What will you do to celebrate Brexit day on 31.01.2020…?

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    Bigbrother
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    Isn’t the real reason, imho, that you cannot be bothered answering is really because you haven’t an answer ?

    I can’t find a single plus for leaving. I really wish I could but I simply cannot. Our country is going to be much worse off but hey ho, the lemmings believed what the billionaire newspaper owners wanted them to hear. We have Rees-Mogg deleting tweets, Widdicombe saying if Brexit doesn’t work then don’t blame the Brexit party, Dyson moving his company to Singapore so that he still has a free trade agreement with the EU, people who pushed for Brexit seeking Cypriot and Maltese citizenship so that they remain “European” and the stupid/naive STILL don’t get it.

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    zinger
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    One benefit is that we can have our own laws once everything is settled. Terrorists use the EU Human Rights laws to stay in this country rather than being deported back to their own.

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    TimRegency
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    One benefit is that we can have our own laws once everything is settled. Terrorists use the EU Human Rights laws to stay in this country rather than being deported back to their own.

    First, Human Rights law doesn’t have anything to do with the EU. The European Convention on Human Rights is entirely separate. Winston Churchill helped set it up.

    Second, we already made our own laws, they’ve been doing it in Parliament uninterrupted and unhindered for years.

    Third, this theory about terrorists sounds like it’s borrowed from the Daily Mail and is therefore highly unlikely to hold up.

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