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Nigel Farage backs second referendum on Brexit

Nigel Farage backs second referendum on Brexit

(0:43) Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage changes his mind and now supports a second referendum on EU membership.

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TheBob TheBob (156 days ago)

I've been startled to find myself agreeing with Blair, Adonis and Heseltine - but I'm frankly gobsmacked to find myself agreeing with Farage

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I've been startled to find myself agreeing with Blair, Adonis and Heseltine - but I'm frankly gobsmacked to find myself agreeing with Farage

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"Whinging and whining and complaining". Nigel mate, that's called politics and sticking up for what you believe in. It's what you did for years before we had the referendum. Didn't hear you calling it whining then?

Fine, let's have a second referendum. I honestly don't know of anyone who voted remain who would now vote leave, but I know several vice versa.

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"Whinging and whining and complaining". Nigel mate, that's called politics and sticking up for what you believe in. It's what you did for years before we had the referendum. Didn't hear you calling it whining then?

Fine, let's have a second referendum. I honestly don't know of anyone who voted remain who would now vote leave, but I know several vice versa.

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Guest: (156 days ago)

So the logic there is to keep having the referendum voting until you get the election results you want?

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So the logic there is to keep having the referendum voting until you get the election results you want?

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Either that or we keep working on a deal until we get the Brexit we were promised. If people made a decision on certain facts that have been debunked, should they have to stick by their decision?

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Either that or we keep working on a deal until we get the Brexit we were promised. If people made a decision on certain facts that have been debunked, should they have to stick by their decision?

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The USA has to stick with Trump for 3 more years, so yes!

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The USA has to stick with Trump for 3 more years, so yes!

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Guest: DeIgrunt (150 days ago)
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OH well I am one.

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OH well I am one.

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