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View Poll Results: Should Britain leave the EU?
Yes 143 69.08%
No 50 24.15%
Not voting 14 6.76%
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Old 25th July 2019, 03:59 PM   #641 (permalink)
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I am so excited! I am naturally an optimist in life and I am glad we finally have an optimistic government with a vision for the future.

We are now where we should have been three years ago. Boris should have been PM instead of May and we wouldn't be in this mess now. Yes, I voted for him and am pleased to have done so. No, I do not fit the stereotypical profile of a Conservative Party member: I'm young, black, and from a working class background.

They have less than 100 days to achieve more than what was 'accomplished' in three years, but if anyone can, Boris and the team he has assembled can. If not, we leave without a deal, thereby honouring both the referendum result and the Conservative manifesto pledge 'no deal is better than a bad deal'.

I watched the House of Commons nearly all day today: Jacob Rees-Mogg owned his new role and Boris exudes practical can-do confidence. His opponents are pessimists claiming to be realists. I truly dislike pessimism, it is now way to be successful in life in any context.

Will there be temporary disruption to the economy? Almost certainly, but I don't believe the context of the referendum was about the short-term future of UK, but the long-term, which will turn out to be fantastic.

I'm thinking about opportunities in the green manufacturing sector after we leave. More business opportunities than you can shake a stick at! (If you are the type to think about how to take advantage of opportunities, rather than waiting for other people to provide for you)
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Old 25th July 2019, 04:10 PM   #642 (permalink)
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I agree. Those who still say they will stand in the way of no deal, suddenly look like negative pessimists. There's definitely a new energy, lets just hope they can find a way to push it through. My fear is too many bad eggs are aligned to see that happen.

Even when we do leave you can be sure the motions to return will start up, just like the SNP and their constant "best for 3" attitude.

I'm excited to see how it plays out and to see a lot of sanctimonious remainers finally silenced.
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Old 25th July 2019, 05:42 PM   #643 (permalink)
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I was at the London ExCel centre for the last leadership hustings and as much as I like Jeremy Hunt, when he said, "I know some people are reluctant to vote for me, because they are thinking, how can you trust a Remainer with Brexit?" Someone from the audience shouted out, "you can't!". It basically sums up the last three years...

I also like one of Boris' recent quotes: "There is no task too simple that Government cannot over-complicate, if it doesn't want to do it". I'm not saying that Brexit is truly 'simple', but the value of willpower is a valid one.
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