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  1. Isn’t Stubley Meadows just after Silk Gardens, but before Beaver’s Patch?
  2. Reminds me of Cormac McCarthy’s ‘Blood Meridian’. Except that was people’s scalps....
  3. Yes. The distance and steps between a member of the electorate’s vote, and action by the EU, was a legitimate and known concern of many, I recall.
  4. Who is splitting hairs and needs to look at themselves in the mirror?
  5. No. I didn’t say the wording on the bus meant nothing. I’m saying that people have gotten upset about an imagined promise. The bus slogan was a very cleverly worded piece intended to stir emotions of wasting money on a distant bureaucratic organisation and instead funding a much loved national institution (deliberate use of Logo). It intentionally does not promise to give £350m every week to the NHS. Objectively, there within the slogan could be the mistruth about exactly how much money is sent every week. But what people seemed to have gotten upset about was an imagined promise to give the NH
  6. Agreed. People seemed to get very muddled up with who was just campaigning and who actually had the power to make things happen. The bus slogan never actually promised anything, and yet people got in a right state about it (and still do!) “We send the EU £350 million a week. Let’s fund our NHS instead.” It’s merely a suggestion, worded very carefully as to not commit to anything.
  7. I seem to remember that you voted for Brexit and then regretted your decision, desperately hoping for and promoting the idea of a second referendum.
  8. For those of you who insist that people were lied to and therefore duped into voting to leave; where have you got the information from that people made their decision, based purely on information given during the campaign?
  9. I would agree with this. It would make sense to give it at least 20 years to see where things are. The positives or negatives aren’t going to happen overnight. Also, without Britain there to put the brakes on anymore, it may transpire that future EU plans could cause further upset and face other countries leaving.
  10. Where has that information come from? Could you source that please?
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