I thought part of his freedom was choice to vote or not.
In light of the referendum result and inaction thereafter, I fear many will choose to boycott the ballot box ... who can blame them.
Yes, I won't be voting. I would have to do a postal vote and this would involve my ex forwarding the paperwork up to Brinklow and then me collecting, completing and returning it, and frankly neither of us can be arsed to do it.
Judging by the last few days I’m beginning to wonder if there will be any politicians left to vote for come December. There behaviour is actually getting worse.
maybe its those who have not heeded their constants wishes now feel they gotta get out rather than risk losing their seat... one day this will all be turned into a sit com and folks will be laughing their socks off....
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Well, the more brexiters who choose not to vote, the better.
So you do recognise as a remainer that you are in the minority camp, and your sole purpose is to undermine the majority. I don't think your socialist party will fair well, whether they are in the remain or leave camp. (They do seem to dither on this).
I do believe most look at Corbyn's front bench and recognise the fact that the likes of Butler, Abbott, Thornberry and McDonnell would wreak havoc on both the civil service (bearing in mind the civil service are the real controllers), and the international stage.
The labour party has been decimated by Corbyn, and will take many generations to rebuild. Corbyn has taken the labour party back 50 years, and many of us remember those wilderness years where Thatcher and the Tories were the only choice. History does indeed it seems repeat itself.