If we are forced to have a Referendum on The Deal will there be a box on the ballot paper for No Deal?
- geezerLv 71 month agoBest Answer
ANY Referendum should just be a choice of ''This Deal'' or ''No Deal''.
We've already had the ''Leave'' or ''Remain'' referendum .. I was ''Remain'' but have accepted the original result.
- PLv 71 month ago
No. Sell out the fishing industry with the existing treaty
Sell out the fishing industry under the new treaty
- griggleLv 61 month ago
They may as well print the ballots on toilet paper. That's what they used the last set of Brexit ballots for.Source(s): Mustached Gun toting cowboy fashion victim across the pond
- 1 month ago
Yes, but a second referendum is only going to happen in the minds of remoaners.
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- BiffLv 61 month ago
Only hard-liners want a no-deal Brexit and a tertiary choice would complicate matters and split the Leave vote.
- Mr ScepticLv 41 month ago
No group in Parliament supports “no deal”, and other than the financial parasites who stand to make fortunes shorting the pound, no one who understands what “no deal” means supports “no deal”.
Any vote should be a binary choice between whatever means of leaving the EU the government of the day recommends (and that could be with no deal) and maintaining the status quo (ie remaining in the EU).
- 1 month ago
I'll be in my box before we get Brexit
- hungryjoeLv 51 month ago
That would just be stupid wouldn't it?
Even "No deal" requires "deals" to be done!