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POLL: What do you think will happen next over Brexit?

Following Monday's events in Parliament, which of the following options do you think is most likley?

Andy Murrill

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POLL: What do you think will happen next over Brexit

Prime Minister's deal agreed

Renegotiated deal with EU agreed

No-deal Brexit

Vote of no confidence in Prime Minister

General Election called

Second referendum

Article 50 revoked by UK

Other (please specify using comment facility)

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  • jhross

    11/12/2018 - 11:11

    If we voted remain, would we have this mess? Would this be talked about ever again? What is a no deal Brexit? Is that where everyone would lose out?

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    • NewburyLad

      11/12/2018 - 14:02

      And gain in the longer term.

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      • NoisyNortherner

        11/12/2018 - 15:03

        How's that exactly? By being turned into an off-shore tax haven? By being forced to accept lower standards for food and medicine? By the constant erosion of the rights of workers, the disadvantaged, the disabled, or generally anyone who isn't a member of the landed gentry? What makes you think anyone would give us favourable terms for a trade deal compared to being a part of the EU? Yes, calling other people stupid who don't agree with this is less than constructive, but neither is saying we'll just drop out of Europe with no consequences. No Deal? Congratulations, you have: Restarted the troubles, reignited the Scottish independence movement, tanked the pound, and left the same self-serving useless muppets who are responsible for this mess in charge. Great plan!

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  • bruin the bear

    11/12/2018 - 10:10

    Calling other people "stupid" who do not agree with you is not the answer either....

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  • NewburyLad

    11/12/2018 - 09:09

    Can we have a "what do you <b>want</b> to happen" poll with the same choices?

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  • DavidHF

    DavidHF

    11/12/2018 - 08:08

    I honestly think that anything other than a No-deal Brexit will result in massive civil unrest and I will join in.

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    • NoisyNortherner

      11/12/2018 - 08:08

      Don't be stupid. Out of all the options on the table, No Deal is by a country mile the worst possible outcome. Civil unrest? Where do you think we are? France?

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      • DonCossack

        11/12/2018 - 13:01

        Actually, Theresa's deal is by far the worst of all possible outcomes. No-deal and remaining are better choices.

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        • Tommy

          14/12/2018 - 14:02

          As much as I disliked the woman, I honestly believe Maggie Thatcher wouldn't have given in as easy like Ms. May has. In fact she would have had Juncker & his pals peeing their pants !!

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        • NewburyLad

          11/12/2018 - 14:02

          Remaining isn't an option, because we made the choice whether to remain or leave in June 2016. It was a countrywide decision, and it was on the terms that you would be asked olyn the once, the decision was final and the Government would carry out the wishes of that vote. Just to be crystal clear on what was said, rather than what you wished has been said once you found out you had lost. By the way, remain lost by a larger margin than when the Welsh voted on their Welsh Assembly choice referendum on a smaller turnout but there were no called to rerun that vote because it didn't go the way of the minority.

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        • NewburyDenizen

          12/12/2018 - 10:10

          actually the referendum was a plebiscite and was non-binding, the gov is fully within it's rights to cancel this shitshow if it's in the national interest, but then, the tories have never done anything in the national interest, only the interests of themselves and those who have them in their pockets.

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