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  1. Indeed, but that won't stop them. If Brexit is not delivered, both the Tories and Labour will suffer at the ballot box, but the Tories will be decimated and the net result will be a Labour government (possibly propped up by the SNP). Maybe 5 years of Corbyn/Sturgeon is just the sort of reality check the country needs. Mind you, the irony meter would go off the scale if the EU commission blocked a Corbyn government budget like it has done with Italy.
  2. That doesn't seem to matter, when the majority of MPs voted to remain.
  3. There are many people in the UK who will see that as a victory.
  4. Quite possible. Assuming that the proofs were struck before the circulation coins.
  5. Both examples of 1902 matt proof crowns that I have exhibit the same die polishing lines, which may have come from the original matrix. See if your example has the same lines. If it does it's a proof.
  6. Isn't that what they said in 2016. "It is your decision. The government will implement what you decide.". Yeah right.
  7. The obvious problem with any possible scenario is that if the answer is still leave, then parliament will not accept it.
  8. Not sure I like the way you quoted that @secret santa. You have changed Mike's quote into mine. It makes it look like I suggested a 2nd referendum - which I most certainly did not.
  9. It's not just the colour, the strike is too good for circulation and the rim is too flat and perfectly uniform.
  10. Can't answer your question, but there is more information here and decent pictures for comparison purposes.
  11. You sure that's circulation Paul? Looks like a matt proof to me. Or do you mean a matt proof that's seen circulation?
  12. Splitting the leave vote would hardly be democratic, unless you mean that remain would need 67% to beat the sum of the other 2 options. But how could you even have remain on the referendum, when that question has already been asked and rejected. It is only a failure of parliament to enact the wishes of the people that is the problem.
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  14. I think you'd be within your rights to send it back because it is not as described. It is described as very high grade and it is not.