Who do Brexit supporters vote for in Wrexham?

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    WreX-iT
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    So Lucas who didn’t support the voters who wanted out has gone, so do we vote for?

    I hate Torres and don’t think the BREXIT party will do us any good …

    #176286

    TimRegency
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    Are you really going to allow Dominic Cummings to tell you what to think and do?

    #176294

    The first consideration is to support democracy – the corner stone of our civilisation. The liberal un-democratic’s are so far from representative democracy they do not deserve a single vote. The Labour candidate will be too busy getting the splinters out of his ar*e from constantly sitting on the fence. I hope that the Brexit supporters (the majority) will have a single democratic choice by agreement between the Tories and Brexit Parties.

    #176339

    billycoen
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    I hate Torres and don’t think the BREXIT party will do us any good

    Fair play though,he had a good spell at Liverpool.

    #176402

    DerekJackson
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    Labour vote tonight for their candidate – looks like two people from South Clywyd (Ruabon for one) , one from Conwy and one from Caenarfon.. where are the local Wrexham candidates.

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    Matt
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    Labour vote tonight for their candidate – looks like two people from South Clywyd (Ruabon for one) , one from Conwy and one from Caenarfon.. where are the local Wrexham candidates.

    Bit disingenuous to suggest that individuals from the County aren’t local. Fact of the matter is due to boundary issues someone could stand from New Broughton and still not be counted as local!

    Lucas was from Gateshead and settled in well & Marek was born in Bloody London – so it’s decent to see an all Welsh shortlist.

    #176416

    Ioan y Ffin
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    Who is Torres? Didnt realise we had someone Spanish seeking to be an MP. He or she is unlikely to get the Leave vote.
    As for Brexit supporters the best thing you can do on election day is stay at home. Your decision on June 23rd 2016 plunged the country into chaos, shredded the UK’s reputation abroad, condemned business to even more uncertainty, encouraged investors to invest elsewhere, distracted the political class from the many real issues facing society and led to a nearly 25% fall in the value of the pound.
    Anyone who seriously believes what Johnson or Farage says must be deluded. Not even their own partners believe them. There were some good reasons for voting Leave but Boris and Nigel dont believe in those. They are in it for themselves, not for you or the country.

    #176419

    Rex Ham
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    Anyone who seriously believes what Johnson or Farage says must be deluded. Not even their own partners believe them. There were some good reasons for voting Leave but Boris and Nigel dont believe in those. They are in it for themselves, not for you or the country.

    Well put. As for the original poster. Why not vote Labour. They have a new candidate, so you won’t be voting for Mr Lucas and they are offering a new referendum. So, if you are sure the majority still want Brexit, they’ll vote the same way again and hey presto!!!

    #176423

    mr_maelor
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    Anyone who seriously believes what Johnson or Farage says must be deluded. Not even their own partners believe them. There were some good reasons for voting Leave but Boris and Nigel dont believe in those. They are in it for themselves, not for you or the country.

    Well put. As for the original poster. Why not vote Labour. They have a new candidate, so you won’t be voting for Mr Lucas and they are offering a new referendum. So, if you are sure the majority still want Brexit, they’ll vote the same way again and hey presto!!!

    All the candidates at the hustings stated they would respect the referendum result. I personally voted remain but would vote leave on any sendible referendum deal presented to a democratic vote.

    The tories have cocked this negotiation up big style, we all know why the multi millionaire/billionaires want to leave.

    We will leave the European union and I really don’t see what the rush is? Doesn’t it make sense to make it as painless as possible? It will be the most vulnerable that will bear the brunt, not the above mentioned tax Dodgers such as Cameron, Boris, Gove et al

    This election is not solely about brexit, its much bigger than that.

    Huge increase in homelessness, 4 million in poverty, 1.5 million of those are children, cuts to NHS, cuts to frontline services, cuts to police, army and firefighters, 130 thousand disabled people have died after being judged fit to work. The rich elite are literally laughing at those less fortunate for the current circumstances in which they will benefit.

    This country is much better than that.

    Both Boris & Theresa have made appalling deals, opposition parties (apart from the fib dems) are not frustrating the deal just making the break from the eu less painful for those less fortunate. WE WILL LEAVE THE EU but to leave with a sh*t deal is crazy.

    Remember folks;

    YOU CAN NEVER TRUST A TORY!

    #176427

    Ioan y Ffin
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    A painless Brexit will be like a painless amputation: the painkillers will wear off and you will be missing a limb.As soon as Boris gets his deal done then the long slow torture of trade negotiations would start. Lambs to the slaughter to secure these incredible deals that we supposedly dont have now. There is nothing in Brexit for the people of Wrexham, nothing in it for the people of Wales or for that matter nearly all of England. The benefits of Farage and Johnson’s so called independence are massively outweighed by the loss of real power as a leading member of a powerful club. Dont fall for the fantasies of the Welsh Conservatives or the Brexit Blimps!!

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