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Two to three years. Die-hards won't let it happen.
Debate Score:12
Arguments:14
Total Votes:13
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 Two to three years. (6)
 
 Die-hards won't let it happen. (5)

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How long before the U.K. goes a-knocking on the E.U.,'s door for re-entry?

When the euphoric dust settles and the stark reality of the U.K, not being an integral part of Europe is exposed the British public will be able to count the cost of letting themselves be duped by their deceitful politicians and the populist press.
When this happens the bickering and mud slinging will start all over again with a divided U.K., having to contend with feelings of betrayal and hostility from its European neighbors along with trying to handle the prodding from an aggressive Russia and other unfriendly nations such as North Korea. 
When things start to go wrong, which they inevitably will, the gutter press and nationalist politicians will blame the E.U., even though it was the Brits who instigated the departure.


Two to three years.

Side Score: 7
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Die-hards won't let it happen.

Side Score: 5
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I can hear the rap-rap-rapping already.

Do you feel sorry for those awfully jolly exclusive Brits who want the benefits of the European single market but as little as possible of the European people?

Side: Two to three years.
1 point

Your assessments are to me spot on , during the whole lead up to Brexit the unfortunate population were whipped up into a frenzy by politicians using Churchillian type rhetoric that appealed to the “glory days “ of empire and this idea of going it alone

I’ve talked to many Brits of all colour and creed since the whole Brexit debate started and many in fairness now deeply regret how easily they were duped , unfortunately I think the whole futility of the affair is going to come crashing down in the not to distant future

Side: Two to three years.
1 point

Even though the English have a rich history for which they are, and should be justifiably proud, they are nevertheless, comparatively speaking, unpopular in continental Europe.

If you are perceived to be English in many establishments on the Continent, especially France, you will be treated with STRAINED tolerance.

Advise your hosts that you're American, Scottish or Irish and you'll see a show of relief and genuine friendliness expressed on their faces.

Now that the U.K., has spurned Europe in most ways these feelings of bitterness will deepen and the Brits will be further ostracized.

Side: Die-hards won't let it happen.
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I do not think it will happen as the economic uncertainty will have a negative effect towards the pound.

Side: Die-hards won't let it happen.

The U.K. should petition to become the next American state ;)

Side: Die-hards won't let it happen.
joecavalry(39822) Clarified
1 point

The U.K. should join the U.S. instead. If you have problems with illegals, we'll help build a wall. Also, they will finally have a legitimate say in American politics ;)

Side: Two to three years.
BurritoLunch(6607) Clarified
1 point

The U.K. should join the U.S. instead. If you have problems with illegals, we'll help build a wall.

We are an island you retarded fuck.

Side: Two to three years.