Opposing Brexit could cost me my seat – Labour MP Ian Lucas

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    WreX-iT
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    [quote quote=173927]

    Type 1 diabetics, epileptics, those with high blood pressure, cancer patients benefiting from Euratom etc are literally having their lives placed at risk.
    I’ll join the others in saying well done, Mr Lucas, for trying to do the best by your constituents and not yielding to hysterical propaganda-fuelled populism

    Erm…[/quote]

    TimRegency is one of these people who are scared of change and won’t go out without an umbrella just in case it rains!

    #173938

    Frogface
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    You know what? Leave? Remain? At this point, I actually don’t care. What I do care about is the divisive, nasty, name-calling, disrespectful and destructive way that differences of opinion are being discussed across social media. Remoaners? Gammons? If Brexit has reduced the level of intelligence of people in this country to that of keyboard warriors making personally offensive remarks to people who don’t agree with their point of view, then Yellowhammer be damned. THAT is the real harm that Brexit has done, and will continue to do, to this country.

    Peace out

    #173939

    locallad
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    What has he done for Wrexham. Oh yes organised an annual street singing competition.The majority in Wrexham voted to leave, Lucas who was voted in by the people of Wrexham should support that result.I hope it does cost him his seat.

    #173941

    BenjaminM
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    If after all the CREDIBLE information that has been published and is now in the public domain, people still think that Brexit is a good thing for them and the Country, unfortunately, JP is 100% correct in his assertion.

    #173943

    WreX-iT
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    #173944

    TimRegency
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    [quote quote=173937]

    Type 1 diabetics, epileptics, those with high blood pressure, cancer patients benefiting from Euratom etc are literally having their lives placed at risk.
    I’ll join the others in saying well done, Mr Lucas, for trying to do the best by your constituents and not yielding to hysterical propaganda-fuelled populism

    Erm…

    TimRegency is one of these people who are scared of change and won’t go out without an umbrella just in case it rains![/quote]

    I didn’t mention me, I referred to those people with serious health conditions that require vital medicines from the EU.

    Taking risks with other people’s lives doesn’t make you a tough guy.

    #173950

    MargaretA
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    [quote quote=173939]What has he done for Wrexham. Oh yes organised an annual street singing competition.The majority in Wrexham voted to leave, Lucas who was voted in by the people of Wrexham should support that result.I hope it does cost him his seat.[/quote
    To ask what has our MP has done for Wrexham is to misunderstand the role of an MP. His work is in Parliament and his voting records, committee work etc are all available as a public record. He holds regular surgeries, where you are able to discuss items with him.

    #173951

    MargaretA
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    [quote quote=173943][/quote]
    October 31st is not the end of Brexit, it’s the start of years of trade talks and compromise. In order to gain anything, we will have to give something. That’s how trade deals are done.
    I’m not sure how it will develop, but I wish I had the optimism of those who think we are heading for the sunny uplands!

    #173953

    trish
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    To those who say the decision was made at the referendum, would you say I would like to buy that house.. Don’t worry I will sign up even though I don’t know what the inside looks like.

    #173954

    Rex Ham
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    [quote quote=173934]Remainers are a bunch of moaning gits who prefer to hide behind Europe’s apron strings and are too afraid to take ANY risk at all.
    Bet you sh1t yourselfs crossing the street because it is too risky.
    What did we ever before we joined? I guess we survived it!

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    WHat a reasoned and cogent argument you make Wrex-iT. I’m surprised you are not standing for election to advance your model of respect and open mindedness.

    It is also a fact that the referendum result was only advisory, See House of Commons briefing note 07172
    https://researchbriefings.files.parliament.uk/documents/CBP-7212/CBP-7212.pdf

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