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    Emphatic results coming in from the EU Elections. The new Brexit Party is sweeping up the votes across England and Wales. A strong indication that Brexit means Brexit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by No Smoking View Post
    Emphatic results coming in from the EU Elections. The new Brexit Party is sweeping up the votes across England and Wales. A strong indication that Brexit means Brexit.
    Or, by share of the vote (as it currently stands before counting complete I believe) - it is the clearly pro-remain parties (LD, Change UK, Greens, SNP, PC) that have the largest percentage of support as a group at approximately 40%. Didn't include Labour as they do not have a clear stance IMO. Conservatives are also still split internally. Pretty similar as the recent local council elections. If you want to take it as a single issue vote - Remain won.

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    Will all the new MEP's be entitled to a good pension even if the UK comes out of the EU, some could work as an MEP for months?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Sawyer View Post
    Or, by share of the vote (as it currently stands before counting complete I believe) - it is the clearly pro-remain parties (LD, Change UK, Greens, SNP, PC) that have the largest percentage of support as a group at approximately 40%. Didn't include Labour as they do not have a clear stance IMO. Conservatives are also still split internally. Pretty similar as the recent local council elections. If you want to take it as a single issue vote - Remain won.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-48417228
    Unfortunately, the boat on "Remain v Leave" left port 3yrs ago. The last boat now boarding concerns How do we leave, Deal or No Deal. This boat sets sail on Oct 31, 2019.
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