Reply to post: Re: On the day of the referendum, there were 24 signatures on the petition.

Parliament takes axe to 2nd EU referendum petition

TheProf
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Re: On the day of the referendum, there were 24 signatures on the petition.

"You mean, the ones who voted Leave? Based on a pack of lies? That sounds terrible, why on earth would they vote for that, unless they were influenced by liars and their lies?"

Yes but the liars were our liars and they didn't actually try to bribe voters. Not like the sneaky French coming over here and putting our croissant makers out of business.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/eu-referendum-operation-croissant-the-obscure-law-that-stopped-french-remainers-handing-out-a7095826.html

Strange, isn't it, that the electorate can be enticed with a bogus £350 million a week and yet a few bread rolls has the law doing a ton of bricks act.

And the Post Office is out of Irish passport application forms. Things just keep getting worse!

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