View Poll Results: Brext Bets?

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  • As Planned on March 29th

    2 5.26%
  • No Deal on March 29th

    12 31.58%
  • Delayed to 2021

    9 23.68%
  • Other...

    15 39.47%
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Brexit Bets - Delay, Hard Exit or Last Minute Deal?

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    Brexit Bets - Delay, Hard Exit or Last Minute Deal?

    What are you betting on?

    For the record - I'm convinced that the new 2021 date is the best likely outcome.


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    I think the UK parliament will - when presented with a choice of no-deal or May's rubbish deal - vote for May's rubbish deal. A delay achieves nothing and both May and the EU know it.


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    I voted other, a delay but not until 2021

    A delay can prevent the total chaos of March 30th


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    I voted fo Other. I live in hope that sanity will ultimately prevail and something will occur to prevent this shitfest

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    I voted other - Delay for whatever time period and no brexit in the end..


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    Are we voting for what we want or what we think will happen? I voted for the latter!


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    In my case, what I think will happen.

    What I want - hard brexit with an epic clusterfuck in the markets, which gets resolved by 2020.

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    Apologies for the ignorant question from this Yank... is there any circumstance or scenario that would result in Brexit being cancelled outright?


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    Quote Originally Posted by tf19
    Apologies for the ignorant question from this Yank... is there any circumstance or scenario that would result in Brexit being cancelled outright?
    Yes, pretty low chance though. <10% I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tf19
    Apologies for the ignorant question from this Yank... is there any circumstance or scenario that would result in Brexit being cancelled outright?
    I think Parliament could probably vote for that. If it got its act together. Trouble is, the people who want to remain are split across all the parties, and nobody has a clear majority on anything. That's been the problem from day 1.

    I voted for what I thought would happen. I still struggle to believe that my country will be this fucking stupid. I live in hope that common sense will prevail. If nothing else, the Brits are usually sensible!

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