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Now that I am retired, I can express myself on my own web site without fear of those with whom I disagree.

OK, so here is my view. I voted to LEAVE along with the majority. I did not indicate any preference for the manner of that leaving. I left that to my elected representative in Parliament. I wasn't offered an alternative. Non of us were.

I HAVE READ THE NEW DEAL, AS I READ THE MAY DEAL. To say this new deal is worse that May's deal is weird! It grasps back nearly all of the terrible assurances that the UK will concede so much on nearly every issue of importance and it removes the endless threats in the last deal.. Under this new deal, all that which May pre-conceded would now still be under negotiation.

I am rather unhappy that some MP's ague for a diffeerent outcome to that voted for by their constituents. These MP's seem to me to be sayinmg that they know better than their voters. I get that they claim to be doing what they believe is best, but I really do wonder if they can be where the majority dissagrees with them. I suppose they are just saying that they are better informed than average. One wouold hope that would be the case, but when a contituency only has a handfull of candidates from which to choose and none of those candidates want to do what the electorate want to do, then surely, that is when the MP has to do as instructed by the electorate in a referendum? To go any other route seems to me to be the height of arrogance!

What happens next if Boris wins in Parliamaent?
What happens over the next few years is where we will win or loose. This is only just beginning! We should have been at exactly this point 3 years ago, in my view!

The latest 'deal' offered by the EU is very different to that which they pressed upon Terresa May. Much more is left open for negotiation between now and December next year. The probability is that those negotiations will go on way beyond then.

However, in the mean time the UK can carry on trading in Europe as we have been and can also deal freely with the rest of the world. That'll do me for now.

I don't pretend to have the slightest understanding of issues in Northern Ireland. Therefore, it is not for me to comment. Perhaps Sormont would like to reconvene in order to decide that? That right is certainly buit in to this agreement.

I am liberal by nature and can see no better alternative to democracy, but the Liberal Democrat Party is out of favour with me in a big way. I see their current 'REMAIN' ploicy to be neither liberal nor democratic. I have therefore let my membership lapse and feel unrepresented in Parliament.

As far as I understand it, the electorate voted to LEAVE in a democratic referendum.

That is the nature of democracy. .

Graham Pressman

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