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My interest in politics was sparked by my late father who spent most of his free time watching political shows and conventions on our ancient black and white television set
As an ode to my father, I pursued politics as a career and obtained my Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts and History - which I then followed up with a Master's Degree in Political Studies. I wrote my Master's thesis on " The Presidential Candidacy of John W. Davis," the ultimate compromise candidate. More recently, I have spent a great number of election nights projecting the outcome of congressional races for numerous television channels and radio stations.
Brexit: MPs to vote on delaying leaving the EU
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Brexit is short for"British exit" - and is the word people use to talk about the United Kingdom's decision to leave the EU (European Union).
What do you think? Should the UK leave or remain in the European Union?
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This whole process will hopefully be used by future governments on how not to do things. Just stay in the EU, as the reasons for leaving were totally propaganda in the first place.
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This whole process will hopefully be used by future governments on how not to do things. Just stay in the EU, as the reasons for leaving were totally propaganda in the first place.
That is exactly the mood on the ground. Brexit must fall.
javier.jf, ahmed.bouhouche, name.nas and 7 others followed this discussion
That is exactly the mood on the ground. Brexit must fall.
Remoaners have caused most of the damage to the leave process.
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This whole process will hopefully be used by future governments on how not to do things. Just stay in the EU, as the reasons for leaving were totally propaganda in the first place.
But the real reasons to leave are definitely important and worth the vote. And the fact the EU and elites who profit from the EU's corruption are deliberately sabotaging the process, should be a huge red flag and enough to want to support leaving.
Yes I agree
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"There are no reasons to stay. Rising crime, costs, social unrest all driven by political policies that do not have public support brought about by power and wealth greed unelected people who have no idea of fall to ground issues

The idea of the Eu was not bad, however it has become too big with little people playing others life’s
Countries across the globe know it is wrong in its present state and had ideas of how they would act if someone broke away."
The UK has become the laughingstock of the world.
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In my opinion U.K must leave the EU with a deal but I don't see that coming as EU will not renegotiate the Withdrawal Agreement which fail to get the support of the Parliament.The whole project is a disaster.Factionalism, incompetence ruined the whole object of leaving the E.U.
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The UK has become the laughingstock of the world.
Already was.
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