Scottie25 June at 15:44 Interestingly though 13 million people didn't vote - were they lazy, didn't care or undecided?
Corrosive25 June at 15:33 well i guess we will see how this all plays out
Corrosive25 June at 15:33 The 60% thing makes complete sense. 52/48% is to close. Basically half the people don't want this but are now stuck with it. If it was SA buildings would be burning.
Trying to explain to people that this sort of democracy is broken and they throw back some line about being a sore loser when I am really just saying that you can't have half the population unhappy with a decision this huge
Scottie25 June at 15:13 LOL too late now but it could always be applied to the Scottish referendum.LOL
Scottie25 June at 15:12 One million sign petition for a new referendum (60% minimum needed for change, which I actually think is fair if it had been applied BEFORE referendum) and minimum 75% turnout (which is BS).