Farage said there must not be 2nd referendum as we may lose. Isn't that tacit agreement the public has moved? Likely doesn't satisfy spivs?
- hungryjoeLv 610 months agoFavourite answer
Farage may lose?
Is that perhaps because the UK electorate can't be fooled twice!
Anyway, Farage is a spent force, a worn-out one-trick-pony destined soon for the knackers yard of UK political history!
- Jack BootLv 610 months ago
No, it is not agreement that the public has moved. What an absurd thing to say.
It's also absurd to suggest a 2nd referendum before the first has even been implemented.
If those who want to be part of the E.U. were to win a referendum at any time in the future, they should have to wait, at minimum, 3 years for that to happen. That's only fair.
- Anonymous10 months ago
Well if we lost we could demand a third referendum. A second referendum is unnecessary as the first one still stands. It's just sad that some can't grasp this reality.