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"I'd walk away and show them we won't be bullied." We ask Leave voters in the Northern fishing town of Blyth what they think of Theresa May's Brexit deal.
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James 7 Dec 18
Replying to @Channel4News
This is why the first referendum was so daft in the first place. These people don't understand what their best interests are. They don't understand the EU.
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Dan Smith 7 Dec 18
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How dare you. These people FULLY understood their best interests and expressed them coherently and humbly and straightforwardly. They understood they might well be worse off - at least in the short or even mid-term. But they also CLEARLY understood: We. Must. Govern. Ourselves.
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Kevin Dunn 7 Dec 18
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"Governed from another country" - people still believing the old anti-EU lies. If someone asked me "What do you think about British education?" I'd say "I think it would be a great idea."
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Kevin Dunn 7 Dec 18
Replying to @Channel4News
"We're being heard at long last." Yes mate, but there's no point being heard if you're talking crap.
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#FlattenTheCurve 7 Dec 18
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It'd be more interesting if you asked them what they think of the people of Scotland and Northern Ireland who oppose Brexit in their majorities? By framing it as 'politicians in London' it portrays Brexit as a revolt against elites whereas it is an entirely elitist project.
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RD 7 Dec 18
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In the age of information, ignorance is a choice.
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TheSynbios🏳️‍🌈 7 Dec 18
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Ugh... Have none of them done any research since ffs
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Andrius Dauksa 7 Dec 18
First you’d have to explain to some of them what research actually is.
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Peter Withe's Right Shinpad 7 Dec 18
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Monty Thoreau 🦚🏝🇪🇺🌍 7 Dec 18
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“We won’t be bullied”, “They are so rude over there”, etc., etc. I thought we had thicker skins and more funky moves to us than just feeling victimised and kicking out against it without an escape route. Is Britain really this pathetic?
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Steve Sturgess 7 Dec 18
Sounds like a sulking 5 year old in the school playground.
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