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Old 10-21-2016, 11:25 PM   #12
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Wasn't Theresa May against a Brexit before she became prime minister? In that case, I wonder is she really wanting to go with the mood to remain in the EU? Or at least run the referendum again. It wouldn't be the first time an EU country has rerun a referendum to get the result that the Brussels Eurocunts wanted.
I Googled these examples:


Ireland on the Lisbon Treaty
Ireland on the Nice Treaty
Denmark on the Maastricht Treaty


All those were rerun, basically the Eurocunts ignoring the will of the people in the initial voting. Teresa May could do the same and hope the majority will vote to stay in the EU. I guess the issue of immigration is forcing her hand in staying with Brexit for now.
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