Re: Second referendum (non County)
Having a vote on whether or not we can all have another vote is "against democracy"? Odd. It strikes me that voting is perfectly democratic, especially given the shambles to which Parliament and the country have devolved, and that we now know the campaign was rife with lies, corruption and illegality. Or does democracy begin and end with one advisory referendum?
I find a duck's opinion of me is very much influenced by whether or not I have bread.
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