The United Kingdom should have a second European Union referendum after Brexit.

Asked by: jc1996
  • Hard Brexit is not an option

    Brexit was undefined before the referendum. People didn't know what they were voting for. So we should be permitted to vote again if we are happy or not with the result. Consider the scenario of a hard Brexit, no negotiating power, and no trade deals, and the pound falling. Re-joining the EU may be the best option rather than forging our own, very expensive and very costly venture.

  • 47 years of getting nothing and being used

    We have never had our fair share in 47 years i am 25 but i know better you would think someone of my age would be polling for it but no we are better off without them and the divorce bill come on all they have ever wanted us for is our money and that states 50 billion come on its ridiculous are we married to the eu no so we shouldn't have to pay this divorce bill

  • That's Not How Democracy Works

    We voted once. We voted to leave. The European Union are now holding us hostage. More people want to leave now than before, so how about we do so? Right now. We should cut off our nose to spite the EU and then get a better whole-world-sized nose. If the left lose this second referendum, will they ask for a third? Probably. We brought democracy to our empire, and it seems as though we've left it behind with us.

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