Which of the following applies to you...
Selection Votes 
Pro-Brexit; pro-Catalan independence 79%77 
Anti-Brexit; pro-Catalan independence 7%
Pro-Brexit, anti-Catalan independence 11%11 
Anti-Brexit; anti-Catalan independence 3%
98 total 



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 Posted by asf  October 7, 2017 at 11:54 pmFrom 109.176.251.x  Report Abuse 
 
catalan referendum turnout only 40percent. Brexit 72 percent.
 Posted by Wigner's Friend  October 3, 2017 at 3:37 amFrom 86.130.254.x  Report Abuse 
 
Pro Brexit, NFI Catalan
     Posted by Mark Wadsworth in reply to Wigner's Friend  October 5, 2017 at 11:35 amFrom 81.106.8.x  Report Abuse 
     
    WF, clearly, I have no strong opinion on Catalan independence one way or another. But if they want to go, then let them go. If Gibraltar wants to remain part of the UK, then let them remain part of the UK, etc.
       Posted by The Cowboy Online in reply to Mark Wadsworth  October 9, 2017 at 11:11 pmFrom 86.31.148.x  Report Abuse 
       
      Same here; I voted with the majority here but don't have any strong feeling about Catalan independence, but if they want to go their own way ...
       Posted by ontheotherhand in reply to Mark Wadsworth  October 8, 2017 at 9:50 pmFrom 86.147.223.x  Report Abuse 
       
      What if Greater London wanted to leave the UK?
         Posted by Mark Wadsworth in reply to ontheotherhand  October 10, 2017 at 10:41 amFrom 81.106.8.x  Report Abuse 
         
        Sorry, I typed name = Mr Yan, when that was meant as a reply to Mr Yan.
         Posted by Mr Yan in reply to ontheotherhand  October 8, 2017 at 11:20 pmFrom 141.138.128.x  Report Abuse 
         
        Let them. Yeah, they contribute a lot to the UK economy but that's in large part due to the fact that London is the seat of power.

        Once London has left, when parliament moves to Birmingham or Manchester then they will grow like London has on the back of this.

        London will then shrink as companies move to the M6 or M62 corridor to be close to 'influence' government.
           Posted by Mr Yan in reply to Mr Yan  October 10, 2017 at 10:40 amFrom 81.106.8.x  Report Abuse 
           
          Correct. London is just a small sub-set of England, it is not independent of it - it leeches from it. If London leaves England, then the sub-set moves elsewhere.
       Posted by Wigner's Friend in reply to Mark Wadsworth  October 6, 2017 at 8:56 amFrom 176.35.111.x  Report Abuse 
       
      Agreed.
 Posted by adams  October 2, 2017 at 8:26 amFrom 92.29.60.x  Report Abuse 
 
I voted pro brexit and anti Cat . My vote came up as pro both . What happened there ?
     Posted by Mark Wadsworth in reply to adams  October 2, 2017 at 9:26 amFrom 81.106.8.x  Report Abuse 
     
    How do you know how it showed up?
       Posted by adams in reply to Mark Wadsworth  October 7, 2017 at 8:42 amFrom 92.29.60.x  Report Abuse 
       
      because there was not one vote for Pro B anti C after I voted and saw the chart . I must have been the first to vote for that option.
 Posted by Mr Yan  October 2, 2017 at 7:08 amFrom 81.2.89.x  Report Abuse 
 
Just like the FUD put out to keep us in the EU, the same tactic has failed for the Spanish government. Did they not look at the Brexit vote and think 'Let's not annoy the voters by imposing our view on them'?


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