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petition to act on leave EU https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/12533

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Campaigns Corner
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  • Delete33Delete33 Forumite
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    No chance the public have made their choice, Do one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Delete33 wrote: »
    No chance the public have made their choice, Do one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I don't think you've looked at the petition have you!!
  • fewgroatsfewgroats Forumite
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    I see.

    So not only do members of leave want to bankrupt us by leaving the EU, they want to do it in the most painful way possible.
    Can you force the PM's hand in any case? He'd rather resign than go any further.
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  • fewgroats wrote: »
    I see.

    So not only do members of leave want to bankrupt us by leaving the EU, they want to do it in the most painful way possible.
    Can you force the PM's hand in any case? He'd rather resign than go any further.
    How do you know Brexit will bankrupt the country? Crystal ball?
  • fewgroatsfewgroats Forumite
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    Wanting to bankrupt the country is a bit different from actually bankrupting the country, lovinituk...

    But back to this specific petition. You do know that nullifying in a legal sense is much more than severing ties? You're saying that this thing never happened at all. So you need to pay all the money back, including interest, that the EU paid us over a forty year period. And no, we couldn't get our stake back, because you've just said we weren't in the EU!

    Hang on, why weren't you in charge of the Leave campaign to begin with, surfsister?
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  • surfsistersurfsister Forumite
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    just agree with democracy not another attempt to thwart democracy taking place.
  • fewgroats wrote: »
    Wanting to bankrupt the country is a bit different from actually bankrupting the country, lovinituk...
    Remind me where that box was on the ballot paper again?!
  • edited 27 June 2016 at 12:03PM
    societys_childsocietys_child Forumite
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    edited 27 June 2016 at 12:03PM
    fewgroats wrote: »
    Wanting to bankrupt the country is a bit different from actually bankrupting the country
    wth are you on about?
  • robin58robin58 Forumite
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    Can we start a petition against people asking for a petition about this?
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    The more I learn, the more I grow.
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    How little I know.!! ;)
  • Enterprise_1701CEnterprise_1701C Forumite
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    We need to take it slowly. Give other countries a chance to look round and think about their situation a while. The Euro is bankrupting a few countries and if we stayed in we would be forced to accept the Euro within 10 years due to the EU Superstate ambitions of France and Germany, these ambitions are worrying quite a few other countries too.

    Breathe in, take a while, let everyone else realise that they still want to trade with us (German industry at least is haranguing Merkel) and we can come out of this with the best possible outcome, and others will come out and want to trade with us too.
    What is this life if, full of care, we have no time to stand and stare
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