After H+W comes this. A civilisation in decline. the statelet is on borrowed constitutional time.Says the lying gobsh1te who claims to be a dairy farmer .. and who's that stoopid he claimed a hard Brexit would make him better off
as per usual, dopey's post backfires on him "again"
Dairy Council for NI in 'doomsday' no-deal Brexit warning
You seem to have forgotten that it was a UK wide vote,there was never any mention or thought of individual regions doing their own thing.DoG seems to have forgotten Northern Ireland voted 56% to 44% to remain in the EU. And appears to be arguing for Johnson to be able to over-rule that vote.
Because they're in the same country, and it was a country-wide vote.Scotland and Northern Ireland were very close to each other in terms of a vote for Remain, which was 55% Remain, 45% for Leave.
So why should Scots and Northern Irish people bow to people in Great Yarmouth when it comes to such votes?
They should have made that point before the vote if they wanted to make it an issue.So why are there parliament buildings in Edinburgh, Cardiff and Northern Ireland?
What's the point if the people of the nation of Great Yarmouthia can over-rule them?
You seem to have forgotten that it was an advisory vote and thus non-binding so it can be interpreted any way that actually brings about Brexit.
Whereas you seem to forget was that it was a referendum for the whole UK to leave the EU.DoG seems to have forgotten Northern Ireland voted 56% to 44% to remain in the EU. And appears to be arguing for Johnson to be able to over-rule that vote.
"ThevSots made their choice in their Indy referendum neither Wales nor NI are in a position to seek an Indy ref.
And many apparently would. What is important is that polls suggest that more voters now lean in favour than don't, 55% to 42% in the poll below.Whereas you seem to forget was that it was a referendum for the whole UK to leave the EU.
Many remain voters like myself would never vote for NI to leave the UK.