[quote="B0ycey"]Well no referendum is the UK is meaningful. They are all advisory. Although I do like it when people claim the first vote is democratic and any successor isn't - as if too much democracy is bad.
I think that you have previously stated the false notion that referendums are purely 'advisory' & I have stated that the E.U referendum was NOT 'advisory'.
It seems that your prejudices do take precedence over FACT.
BOycey - If the only outcome from division is more democracy, I don't think it is an insult to the first vote to ask the question again.
Well, 'YOU' might want to change your mind, but when people voted LEAVE , they meant what they meant when they voted.
In your world perhaps people ought to have the 'right' to change their minds over which Party they voted for at election time...Oh! wait a minute, we have a 5 year FIXED TERM PARLIAMENT...
BOycey - The first vote was based on falsehood and lies and the second would be based on facts.
Oh! somehow, I do not think that "FACTS" mean much to you, as the comment on referendum's being "advisory" in the case of the 2016 referendum has been disproven many times.
Really, the rhetoric is irrelevent, like the N.H.S 'LIES' told by remainers, making false accusations against Leave campaigners, who NEVER said that £350 MILLION 'would' be spent each week on the N.H.S.
In FACT, they said, "We send the EU £350 MILLION a week"......"Let's fund the NHS instead"...."Vote LEAVE".
Now, tell everyone, where the 'LIE' is in the above quotes?
If you,along with the rest of the 'remainers' assert that 'Leavers' lied, then complain to the Advertising Standards Authority, who will give you the answer that they have no power to regulate political Ads, however 'misleading', of which interest groups of 'remain' were much more blatant in using FAKE news in their campaign.
BOycey - If people want Brexit they can vote for it again. And if they don't, I suggest that is because opinion has changed by facts and the lies being exposed. If you fear another vote you must be scared of the possible outcome. Why is that?
Nonsense - People have already voted LEAVE, they do not "want" or need to vote again.
'Opinion''s change all the time, that doesn't make any difference whatsoever, in your world, we would be IN one week - OUT the next...Oh! wait a minute, that's just what Theresa MAY's deal means.
'LEAVERS' don't "fear" another vote, the 'vote' has been done, in fact, let's see who 'fears' another 'vote' most, by having CORBYN put that choice in Labour's next election manifesto.
The result will be ANOTHER 5 years in OPPOSITION for LABOUR.... that's why CORBYN is making ridiculous nonsensical policy decisions that are no different than Theresa MAY's objectives as a 'remainer', which she & her policy equate to.
CORBYN is just playing politics, just like MAY is with her 'Deal' & both are political 'LOSERS'.