I am perplexed. If, as they say many people did not know what they were voting for back in 2016, Why did they vote?
@Lynne Well we all know what an expert is don't we? They all make mistakes, and with this guessing game, how many have got it right and how many have got it wrong?
@Lynne And what has changed in your life apart from getting a little bit older?
I don't think so. In the morning most of the traffic are going uphill, in the evening/late afternoon, they will be coming down Luscombe Hill. There are plenty of passing places.
Up Luscombe hill to the A38. Follow the A38 until you join the motorway M5. Saves the holdups along the A379 especially at Exminster.
@Margaret Swift . I was meerly asking questions, do I not have the right on this forum to do that? Some people get involved in everything, others get involved in nothing.
Business are worried now, they want THE deal to go through. They say through their spokeswoman, "There are many benefits in the deal negotiated by Teresa May and all MP's should accept it". So MP's are having pressure put on them (which I always believed they would) by businesses. I think this will go right to the wire
What are the flaws within the deal that May has negotiated. I hear there are many flaws but what are they?
I see that many have been hitting this topic with doubt, that is their choice. They are so rapped up in brexit, that no one seems to care a toss about terrorism or global warming and what we are going to do about it. Sad really! The world might rumble on, but the again it might not. We might fall off a cliff over brexit, then again we might not.
EU REFERENDUM RESULTS 2016 BY VOTES 17.4m leave 16.1m remain BY CONSTITUANT 406 leave 242 remain CONSTITUANT BY PARTY Lab 148 leave 84 remain Con 247 leave 80 remain BY REGION 9 leave 3 remain BY MP 160 leave 486 remain Brexit isn't the problem. It's our MP's who are the problem.