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Vox_Veritas says2016-06-24T14:17:49.2566002Z
Why shouldn't the first one be considered binding? Wasn't it a fair democratic victory for the Brexit camp?
BrendanD19 says2016-06-24T19:02:00.8324654Z
It wasn't a legally binding referendum. It was really just a way for the government to gather what the people want so they can then make decisions based on that.
PetersSmith says2016-06-24T19:08:24.8026493Z
"Wow, that Presidential election was really close. I don't like the results. Let's do another vote."
BrendanD19 says2016-06-24T19:15:23.1402941Z
Except this is a referendum, not an election, and you can hold the referendum again, but you really should wait at least a year.
Kreakin says2016-06-24T23:17:43.1191037Z
This is binding and permanent. Cameron has resigned, article 50 will be signed imminently. If the remain side had one they wouldn't want another referendum then would they? Don't let sour grapes make a mockery of yourselves and democracy, keep some dignity and cry in private if you must. The UK is out of the EU! END OF.
Kreakin says2016-06-24T23:18:48.1723547Z
*won
Gareth_BM says2016-06-25T21:32:58.8851547Z
Just make the best of it by getting back to some good old traditions like invading France.
Philocat says2016-06-26T11:13:51.7070011Z
Actually, why not? While we're at it, I would also like a rematch of the Battle of Hastings since I think it would be better if the Anglo Saxons won.
MakeSensePeopleDont says2016-06-26T19:47:12.4023249Z
What is this; the last three seconds of the Gold Medal Round of the 1972 Olympics Basketball Tournament? U.S. vs Soviets, Soviets got do-overs of their last shot until they made one.
eZminT says2016-06-29T06:31:32.8367315Z
If they ignore this referendum the entire country will fall into chaos. Civil war most likely.

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