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View Poll Results: Leave The EU or stay in The EU?
Leave The EU. 336 53.85%
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Old 07-12-2018, 12:50 PM   #9
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On the one hand there is the letter of the law. On the other hand there is political reality. If you hold a referendum on membership of the EU and the Leave side wins, you ignore and slight the Leave vote at your peril. You will not do that and nothing happens. It is at the best a spring for widespread civil disobedience - and that is the best case scenario.

From a perspective of Realpolitik, it would be political suicide to "Just forget" about Brexit and it doesn't matter if the prime minister is Theresa May, Boris Johnson or Jeremy Corbin after another election. That's a matter of path dependancy, more than two years after the Brexit vote.

Cameron and Johnson set the country on this path and the country now must follow the path to its end and deal with the consequences. The UK can't have its cake and eat it, too, in that regard the hard Brexiteers are at least more honest than the current prime minister, who still promises to retain all the advantages of EU membership with none of its drawbacks. Becoming another Norway is not what Brexit supporters voted for two years ago.
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