Remainers Unite! How to stop Brexit by Nick Clegg for 99p on Kindle
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Remainers Unite! How to stop Brexit by Nick Clegg for 99p on Kindle

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Found 16th Jan
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THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
Keep calm – but do not carry on. There is nothing remotely inevitable about Brexit – except that it will be deeply damaging if it happens. Extricating Britain from Europe will be the greatest challenge this country has faced since the Second World War. And as negotiations with the EU expose the promises of the Brexit campaign to have been hollow, even some Brexit-voters now wish to exercise their democratic right to change their mind, seeing that the most pragmatic option is to … stop. It would certainly be the best thing for Britain. But how can it be done? Haven’t the people spoken?

No. In this indispensable handbook, Nick Clegg categorically debunks the various myths that have been used to force Brexit on Britain, not by ‘the people’ but by a small, extremely rich, self-serving elite, and explains precisely how this historic mistake can be reversed – and what you can do to make sure that it is.
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Amazing how dumb some peeps are, this is a book to make money for the author, they could write anything in here and remoaners will buy it in the vain hope of changing a democratic vote by the majority of the country.... which they cant....bye bye EU
I wish people would get over themselves! We are leaving!
mymymy2 m ago

I wish people would get over themselves! We are leaving!


For all the wrong reasons. But good luck with that.
So a democratic vote should now be overturned - let's see......... next time any political party win an election, providing those against them are aggressive and loud enough (that usually means the rent-a-mob lefties against conservative), we really should have yet another vote ???
Starting to sound like Italy or something, ''we will just keep on complaining and trying to force another vote until we get what we want'' is not what a democracy is supposed to be.
Living in a democracy means you accept the result until the next election.
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I wish people would get over themselves! We are leaving!
mymymy2 m ago

I wish people would get over themselves! We are leaving!


For all the wrong reasons. But good luck with that.
Nick Clegg. Lulz.
Amazing how dumb some peeps are, this is a book to make money for the author, they could write anything in here and remoaners will buy it in the vain hope of changing a democratic vote by the majority of the country.... which they cant....bye bye EU
Temped to buy for lols, but I don't want Clegg getting a penny. Nick Clegg - the man who catapulted his grand old party into obscurity by jumping into bed with Cameron and betraying everything the party stood for...
Kapitein3 m ago

For all the wrong reasons. But good luck with that.


It doesn't matter what reasons. We are leaving, don't let the door smack your ar5e on the way.
So a democratic vote should now be overturned - let's see......... next time any political party win an election, providing those against them are aggressive and loud enough (that usually means the rent-a-mob lefties against conservative), we really should have yet another vote ???
Starting to sound like Italy or something, ''we will just keep on complaining and trying to force another vote until we get what we want'' is not what a democracy is supposed to be.
Living in a democracy means you accept the result until the next election.
The only thing good to come out of Brussels is the Sprouts...
And I can't stand them either..😁
Edited by: "alwayslfc" 16th Jan
I think that it can be reversed.
The proles just need to be thrown a bone or two. Scratch-cards, they like those.

If there were some kind of free scratch-card policy associated with EU membership we'd certainly be remaining.
Edited by: "Adult" 16th Jan
mymymy2 m ago

It doesn't matter what reasons. We are leaving, don't let the door smack …It doesn't matter what reasons. We are leaving, don't let the door smack your ar5e on the way.


Untill this comment i did not doubt your intelligence.
Nick Clegg wew. Also known for other great movements such as
"How to Abolish Tuition Fees" & "How to take part in a coalition government"

Honestly, if the vote had gone the other way and remain would have won, you wouldn't accept Leave voters constantly propositioning the government to overturn the vote, protesting constantly, that makes you a hypocrite. The election was held, Leave won, by a small margin but it won. Don't come at me with the it was only a poll, it stated in the literature "This is your decision. The Government will implement what you decide"

Before anyone accuses me of bias, I voted remain, given the chance now, I'd vote for Leave without issue.
Colder than a liberals heart.
Absolutely hate the 'let's go again' brigade, but not too keen on the 'get over it' camp either.
We had a vote, a decision was reached and regardless of your vote we need to unite behind the way it went and work out how each of us can make it a success. Don't line the pockets of the disgruntled. It won't have any effect apart from making you poorer and even more cross.
Please, it's Sir Nicholas Clegg
kamenitzabrit9 m ago

So a democratic vote should now be overturned - let's see......... next …So a democratic vote should now be overturned - let's see......... next time any political party win an election, providing those against them are aggressive and loud enough (that usually means the rent-a-mob lefties against conservative), we really should have yet another vote ???Starting to sound like Italy or something, ''we will just keep on complaining and trying to force another vote until we get what we want'' is not what a democracy is supposed to be.Living in a democracy means you accept the result until the next election.


We do have another vote. Usually about 5 years later, sometimes sooner if we have a particularly stupid Prime Minister.
Or are you suggesting we should vote once when we turn 18 and never get to change our vote?

Democracy is not static. The "will of the people" changes on an almost daily basis.
world full of arrogant f@@@@@ who think they know best need to look up democracy
Let’s all unite and make a blimming good go of it! Short term pain, long term gain. We CAN make it work all.
Nick who?
Oh you mean that lap dog
i will vote out again. Get over it people
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More like how to make lots of 99p for a little tosh talking
duriej11 m ago

We do have another vote. Usually about 5 years later, sometimes sooner if …We do have another vote. Usually about 5 years later, sometimes sooner if we have a particularly stupid Prime Minister.Or are you suggesting we should vote once when we turn 18 and never get to change our vote?Democracy is not static. The "will of the people" changes on an almost daily basis.


So by my reckoning, it's taken 40 years for me to have a chance to vote out, we will have another vote to join again in 40 years.
Kapitein20 m ago

Untill this comment i did not doubt your intelligence.


Shows your lack of intelligence not mine.
Edited by: "mymymy" 16th Jan
I voted remain, the majority voted leave. We leave, that's democracy.
If democracy really exists then Brexit happens. If Brexit is overturned then how can we live in a democratic country. We may as well be in a dictatorship.
"Make Britain Great Again".....Hmmmm, now where have I heard that slogan before...?
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True democracy would be a vote when people are better informed and they know what the actual deal will be.

Not a blind vote based on a mass of lies and conjecture.

I think the idea here is that democracy is done properly this time.
mikecml3 h, 57 m ago

I voted remain, the majority voted leave. We leave, that's democracy.



The issue is thinking that way is only going to make divisions worse.

There needs to be a balance.

If it were 70-30 either way I'd agree with you, but it was near 50-50.
Edited by: "teh.arn" 16th Jan
ITMA32 m ago

I think that it can be reversed.The proles just need to be thrown a bone …I think that it can be reversed.The proles just need to be thrown a bone or two. Scratch-cards, they like those.If there were some kind of free scratch-card policy associated with EU membership we'd certainly be remaining.


Ha! OK, it's vaguely amusing - but this kind of smug superiority complex is what cost Remain the vote last time around. "They're not clever enough to understand", "they believe whatever is written on the side of a bus" etc.

Now, fair enough, there is a general positive correlation between the vote and level of education attained. There's a good reason for this, beyond the "they're not smart" line, which is that those at the bottom of the pile haven't enjoyed the benefits that the EU brings to the same degree as degree educated high earners. Most of the benefits of EU membership are skewed towards higher earners, while the negatives (including impact on wages, state education etc) are more keenly felt by the 'proles'.

I've got a few degrees, a decent job in the City, qualifications in analytics, and a wife who comes from an EU Accession state. I'm generally left wing, I don't like scratch cards... and I narrowly voted Leave. There are some excellent moral and economic arguements for doing so - and I sincerely hope that both sides can understand that there are valid reasons for either voting choice.
Also available by the same author...

How To F**k Up The Liberal Party....
We live in a supposedly democratic country. In our history, there has never been a democratic vote that has not been implemented. Failure to implement the result of the referendum will result in a complete rejection of the democratic system of this country, which would be catastrophic. It would likely lead to civil unrest. After all, if you have tried democracy and the result doesn't stand, then the next step is anarchy. All losers in future could use it as a precedent and refuse to accept any election result.

Nick 'an EU army is a dangerous fantasy' Clegg is a buffoon.
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shadey1214 m ago

So by my reckoning, it's taken 40 years for me to have a chance to vote …So by my reckoning, it's taken 40 years for me to have a chance to vote out, we will have another vote to join again in 40 years.


My hope is that the phoney excuse for consolidation of power that is the EU, wont exist to join in 40 years time.
how about a book to stop this clowns knighthood!?
teh.arn8 m ago

The issue it thinking that way is only going to make divisions worse.There …The issue it thinking that way is only going to make divisions worse.There needs to be a balance.If it were 70-30 either way I'd agree with you, but it was near 50-50.



If a football team loses 4-3 or loses 7-0, they have still lost. Hope this helps.
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So he finally got the referendum he wanted in 2016. Why does he want another one?
Edited by: "r.simsini" 16th Jan
kamenitzabrit50 m ago

So a democratic vote should now be overturned - let's see......... next …So a democratic vote should now be overturned - let's see......... next time any political party win an election, providing those against them are aggressive and loud enough (that usually means the rent-a-mob lefties against conservative), we really should have yet another vote ???Starting to sound like Italy or something, ''we will just keep on complaining and trying to force another vote until we get what we want'' is not what a democracy is supposed to be.Living in a democracy means you accept the result until the next election.



Advisory referendum, hijacked by the tory hard right to have a hard brexit and make their doners more millions.

Democracy didn't matter a jot when they were reminded they had to vote to leave in parliament or reminded that they needed to vote on final deal.

But keep pedaling the lies. That's what you're all good at.
r.simsini12 m ago

If a football team loses 4-3 or loses 7-0, they have still lost. Hope this …If a football team loses 4-3 or loses 7-0, they have still lost. Hope this helps.



You don't really measure it in those terms though do you?

It's not a "screw everyone else because the vote went this way" kind of thing.
You balance out the two, which is what they're going to do, otherwise they get punnished at the next general election.

Yes the majority of the people that voted wanted to leave.
No one voted on what type of deal or how to leave though.

Unfortunately it doesn't seem like any of it has been thought through.

If Brexit is predicted to be a success I'm all for it. Unfortunately it doesn't look like that's the case so I'd like something a bit more stable and something that pleases more people (From both sides), rather than just those that voted for brexit.
Edited by: "teh.arn" 16th Jan
Nice to see this rated as freezing cold. Should be KELVIN.
deleted9096816th Jan

True democracy would be a vote when people are better informed and they …True democracy would be a vote when people are better informed and they know what the actual deal will be. Not a blind vote based on a mass of lies and conjecture. I think the idea here is that democracy is done properly this time.


True democracy is implementing the result of a democratic vote, nothing more, nothing less. All democratic votes in this country's history have been implemented. The vote was leave full stop. It wasn't dependent on anything. If politicians reject the deal, we leave without one. Any other outcome would be a completely unprecedented and outrageous.
Edited by: "r.simsini" 16th Jan
teh.arn27 m ago

You don't really measure it in those terms though do you?It's not a "screw …You don't really measure it in those terms though do you?It's not a "screw everyone else because the vote went this way" kind of thing.You balance out the two, which is what they're going to do, otherwise they get punnished at the next general election.Yes the majority of the people that voted wanted to leave.No one voted on what type of deal or how to leave though.Unfortunately it doesn't seem like any of it has been thought through. If Brexit is predicted to be a success I'm all for it. Unfortunately it doesn't look like that's the case so I'd like something a bit more stable and something that pleases more people (From both sides), rather than just those that voted for brexit.



If Labour win the next election by a narrow margin, will they say 'Well the Tories were only just defeated, so we'll try and make them happy too'? Of course not.

And as far as referendums go, Welsh devolution won a referendum by less than 1%. Did the Welsh say 'Fair enough, devolution was only just voted for, so we will only devolve from Westminster a little bit'? Again, of course not.
Edited by: "r.simsini" 16th Jan
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