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RemainerNow Jun 14
WATCH: voted leave in 2016, mainly to increase funding for the NHS. But now, with the help of he has changed his mind & is a and he explains more in this great clip. (Full video by is here )
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Brexit: The Joke Jun 10
Watch this clip from 2017, where Boris Johnson shows he simply doesn't have the temperament (let alone maturity) to be next PM of this country
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RemainerNow 1m
Amy here voted leave, but she started to have regret and day after the referendum 3 years ago and now is a vocal Kudos for speaking up, it's ok to change your mind. You are not alone and we can get a with
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RemainerNow Jun 15
WATCH: This lady voted leave in 2016, but how she has seen the utter mess it has led to she has changed her mind. Here she is telling that she is a Respect to her for reassessing and speaking about it publically. We need a
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RemainerNow Jun 16
Here on "Remainers, even soft Leavers, have been airbrushed from its thinking and its discussions. Ditto those who voted Leave and have changed their minds, many of whom are members of the large and vocal Remainer community"
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RemainerNow Jun 14
As says, UK is : "As a result, today, polls regularly show that a majority of Brits now want to remain in the EU if given the chance, not least over 2 million young people who were not entitled to vote in 2016 but can do so now."
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RemainerNow Jun 15
Richard voted leave, but us a . Here he is responding to request for questions as part of It's a very valid question.
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Rachel Jun 15
🤗 Changing your mind takes self reflection, humility and great courage. 👏👏👏
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The Denbighshire Poacher 1h
Replying to @IanLaveryMP
It's not 17.4 million anymore many elderly leave voters are dead, there are plenty of leavers who see what a mistake is . There is no point in this madness
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Sarah Hammond 🇪🇺 #FBPE Jun 16
Strange, I’m always reading that us Leave voters knew we were voting for No Deal all along
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Dorset4Europe #PutItToThePeople #FBPE 58m
Plenty of people have changed their minds and are Pretending that forcing through without people having a chance to reassess/ confirm is madness. The arrogance of and the survival of their party is what is driving this. Shame on them
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RemainerNow 4m
Russ here voted leave, but all the way back in January 2017 had already changed his mind having learnt more about reality. He is a Respect , respect for reassessing, so many feel like you and can see like minded souls
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Johanna Saunders 9h
and others disagree with you.
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RemainerNow 1h
We often get sent videos from local anti brexit groups from people they meet on the streets who have changed their minds on brexit and are . You can watch them in this playlist on our YouTube channel. Do watch & share
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Dorset4Europe #PutItToThePeople #FBPE 49m
Another who realises this was all a ploy
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Enfield for Europe #FBPE Jun 12
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RemainerNow Jun 18
This is what all sensible anti-brexit politicians should be saying. Well said The country is and parties need to cooperate so our out if date voting system does not fail to show it.
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Snoozette #RemainerNow #BitchesAgainstBrexit #fbpe 2h
Here's an answer, give the people a ! I voted Leave and would give ANYTHING to reverse my decision. Brexit has cost billions so far, it'll make the average person poorer, and no one can give any example of a Brexit bonus (that isn't based on lies).
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Snoozette #RemainerNow #BitchesAgainstBrexit #fbpe Jun 15
I voted Leave and regretted it the next day. Wrote to my MP couple of days later to ask for a 2nd ref. I am angry & frustrated at STILL being included in the 52%. Like many of your colleagues I changed my mind, don't I also have the right to a ?
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Mark Jun 17
Replying to @constantoffence
Well given that we were supposed to leave on the 29th of March we’ve already passed peak desperation. What we’re seeing more Remainers falling into line as to what is needed and more leavers becoming and saying enough is enough.
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