Name a country which has had a referendum which would deprive those citizens of their right to live there. It is a fundamental right of the EU.
1. EU referendum. As I said previously I asked you to name a country that has had a referendum leaving the EU. Ireland didn't
In which other country are EU citizens allowed to vote in a referendum?
“The negotiations were a surprisingly unpleasant job,” Lars Vesterbirk, Greenland's former representative to the EU who led the negotiations, told POLITICO. “The EU member states would not take us seriously because they were not willing to accept that you should or could leave.”
“At the time, you could become a member of the EU but you couldn’t leave,” Vesterbirk said. politico.eu/article/greenland-…europe-vote-news-denmark/
. Older voters. You have not provided any proof that there was no correlation between age and voting for or against Brexit. This is a well established position. Here is the BBC breaking it down.
. As I mentioned previously, old people in that poll said they voted for Leave. You said that you don't trust people saying that they didn't vote Leave, which means that you are accusing the younger voters of lying. That is prejudiced against young people which is discrimination according to the law where age is a protected characteristics. This of course ignores the fact that the poll reflects the evidence that the more voters under 40 in an area, the more that area is likely to have voted Remain. A gain, your argument relies on saying that young people lie.
Polls before the USA elections said Clinton would win .How many Americans you know that voted for trump ? ,Polls before the referendum were in favour of remain .who would have thought that the leave vote would win ? ,my point is that people lie about how they intent to vote and how they voted so i dont believe any of the poll companies.
My answer is that a referendum ,like any secret ballot is secret,an exit poll cannot be relied on to determine the ages or sexes or minorities of any voting block and like i said before "my point is that people lie about how they intent to vote or have voted so i dont believe any of the poll companies."
3. Sources. When was Junker's speech again? 4 years ago. When is my source from? Last December. Now again, your point is outdated. Plus it is merely a politician giving a speech, it is not a fact check. You are ignoring evidence again.
“We face many threats, but I stand here before you with a clear message: the U.S. commitment to the NATO alliance and to Article 5 is unwavering.” these words not being said in trumps speech on the 25th May 2018 will be the thing that the EU blame for the creation of their army. politico.eu/article/the-27-words-trump-wouldnt-say/
4. Overspending. Did the government try and conceal it and obstruct the Electoral Commission in pursuing their duty? Did the Electoral Commission state that laws had been broken? Yes I disagree with it, but the corruption value is far worse here. Shame on you for ignoring this.
Oh and because I did some checks, the Irish referendum is quite interesting. Ireland put to a referendum the Lisbon Treaty and it was rejected. What then happened was there was some renegotiation and some guarantees were made to Ireland. They then put it to another referendum which accepted the treaty! This seems to be more in favour of a second referendum than Brexit.
Some Junker quotes .
On Greece's economic meltdown in 2011
"When it becomes serious, you have to lie."
On British calls for a referendum over Lisbon Treaty
“Of course there will be transfers of sovereignty. But would I be intelligent to draw the attention of public opinion to this fact?,”
On French referendum over EU constitution
“If it's a Yes, we will say 'on we go', and if it's a No we will say 'we continue’,”
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