MPs who voted against the will of their constituents re Brexit

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MPs who voted against the will of their constituents re Brexit

Post by OAMJSONA » Tue Aug 07, 2018 1:52 pm

does anyone know how many Mps voted against the will of their constituents because those who did should be removed and by elections held

ie Yvonne Fovargue ( for ever argue ) in ours for example
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Re: MPs who voted against the will of their constituents re Brexit

Post by Mike » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:40 pm

Yeah, all consistituencies that voted remain that do not have a LibDem. They've all sold out their voters.

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Re: MPs who voted against the will of their constituents re Brexit

Post by Wandering Warrior » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:49 pm

Brexit's happening, what's the problem?
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Re: MPs who voted against the will of their constituents re Brexit

Post by Wiganer Ted » Tue Aug 07, 2018 11:16 pm

My MP, Margaret Greenwood, voted to invoke Article 50 although her constituency voted Remain.
Merseyside voted to Remain massively although their MP's voted mostly in favour of Leaving.

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Re: MPs who voted against the will of their constituents re Brexit

Post by Mike » Wed Aug 08, 2018 4:41 am

Wandering Warrior wrote:Brexit's happening, what's the problem?


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Re: MPs who voted against the will of their constituents re Brexit

Post by OAMJSONA » Wed Aug 08, 2018 1:52 pm

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Re: MPs who voted against the will of their constituents re Brexit

Post by SJ » Wed Aug 08, 2018 2:03 pm

OAMJSON wrote:i caunt weight ta get owt of the Europeen Comedy store
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Me too. I think when the next General Election is held. The newspapers will be letting the voters know which MP's didn't reflect their constituents wishes re the Referendum

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Re: MPs who voted against the will of their constituents re Brexit

Post by DaveO » Wed Aug 08, 2018 4:58 pm

SJ wrote:
OAMJSON wrote:i caunt weight ta get owt of the Europeen Comedy store
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Me too. I think when the next General Election is held. The newspapers will be letting the voters know which MP's didn't reflect their constituents wishes re the Referendum
Well that will be Kate Hoey and Jacob Rees-Mogg out on their ears then.

I am sure plenty would argue these two arch Brexiteers are doing what MP's are elected to do. Which is act in what they believe is in the best interests of their constituents who in both these cases voted Remain and not act as delegates. Otherwise the pair of them would have spent the last two years opposing Brexit.

As to newspapers letting the voters know which MP's didn't reflect their constituents wishes, it won't make a blind bit of difference. General Elections, even the one we had recently, are not and never have been just about Brexit.

If people are daft enough to vote against a party that they normally consider has their best interests at heart because their MP opposed (or supported) Brexit against their wishes, well that is cutting your nose off to spite your face.

Mind you anything is possible because in my opinion 17.2m already did that when they voted to leave. They just have not realised it yet or are too stubborn to admit it.

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Re: MPs who voted against the will of their constituents re Brexit

Post by OAMJSONA » Thu Aug 09, 2018 1:41 pm

DaveO wrote:
SJ wrote:
OAMJSON wrote:i caunt weight ta get owt of the Europeen Comedy store
m



Me too. I think when the next General Election is held. The newspapers will be letting the voters know which MP's didn't reflect their constituents wishes re the Referendum
Well that will be Kate Hoey and Jacob Rees-Mogg out on their ears then.

I am sure plenty would argue these two arch Brexiteers are doing what MP's are elected to do. Which is act in what they believe is in the best interests of their constituents who in both these cases voted Remain and not act as delegates. Otherwise the pair of them would have spent the last two years opposing Brexit.

As to newspapers letting the voters know which MP's didn't reflect their constituents wishes, it won't make a blind bit of difference. General Elections, even the one we had recently, are not and never have been just about Brexit.

If people are daft enough to vote against a party that they normally consider has their best interests at heart because their MP opposed (or supported) Brexit against their wishes, well that is cutting your nose off to spite your face.

Mind you anything is possible because in my opinion 17.2m already did that when they voted to leave. They just have not realised it yet or are too stubborn to admit it.

you have your opinions Dave i have mine
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Re: MPs who voted against the will of their constituents re Brexit

Post by OAMJSONA » Thu Aug 09, 2018 1:41 pm

DaveO wrote:
SJ wrote:
OAMJSON wrote:i caunt weight ta get owt of the Europeen Comedy store
m



Me too. I think when the next General Election is held. The newspapers will be letting the voters know which MP's didn't reflect their constituents wishes re the Referendum
Well that will be Kate Hoey and Jacob Rees-Mogg out on their ears then.

I am sure plenty would argue these two arch Brexiteers are doing what MP's are elected to do. Which is act in what they believe is in the best interests of their constituents who in both these cases voted Remain and not act as delegates. Otherwise the pair of them would have spent the last two years opposing Brexit.

As to newspapers letting the voters know which MP's didn't reflect their constituents wishes, it won't make a blind bit of difference. General Elections, even the one we had recently, are not and never have been just about Brexit.

If people are daft enough to vote against a party that they normally consider has their best interests at heart because their MP opposed (or supported) Brexit against their wishes, well that is cutting your nose off to spite your face.

Mind you anything is possible because in my opinion 17.2m already did that when they voted to leave. They just have not realised it yet or are too stubborn to admit it.

you have your opinions Dave i have mine
Wigan is and always will be a town of Cherry & White


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