What's wrong with a soft Brexit?

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    Shereena Nelson
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    I voted remain in the referendum and was really disappointed with the outcome. despite this, I think the result has to be respected and I’ve resigned myself to the UK leaving the EU. What I don’t understand is why some Brexiteers are pushing for a hard Brexit. This strategy sounds absolutely terrifying. A softer approach sounds sensible and like a no-brainer or have I missed something?

    #38077

    Rachel Cohen
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    Sorry but I just don’t buy this soft Brexit business. It’s just another tactic by remoaners to make sure that the UK stays in the EU.

    #38078

    Shereena Nelson
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    I don’t think that’s the case – I voted to remain and I’ve accepted we’re leaving – how we leave is my main concern. Soft Brexit or a transitional exit seems like a better option than jumping blindly off a cliff which is what a hard Brexit looks like to me.

    #38082

    Katarzyna Wierzycka
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    Referring to people who voted to remain as ‘remoaners’ is a bit childish don’t you think?

    #38083

    Rachel Cohen
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    childish is exactly what the people who won’t accept the results of the referendum are. Maybe Shereena has accepted the result, but there is a large portion of the population who are still in denial and looking at every possible way to undermine the vote.

    #38085

    Amber Denton
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    Maybe people are genuinely concerned about the implications of a hard brexit? I personally think it would be a huge disaster for the UK.

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