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Reader letter - Would we vote to leave again?

PUBLISHED: 16:49 13 March 2018 | UPDATED: 16:49 13 March 2018

Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Archant Norfolk 2017

T Fenning asks how many did not get the chance to vote on Brexit and whether or not people would still make the same decision.

There are a great many very angry people returning to the UK because they can no longer afford to live in Europe, where their pensions have been devalued (up to 40pc) and their businesses are no longer viable.

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These people were not allowed to vote in the referendum because they were living abroad.

There are also a great many very angry young voters who did not vote in the referendum because they had no idea of the issues involved or how it would impact their future.

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I wonder how strongly all these people would now like the opportunity to vote in a second referendum?

I know that I am not happy to have my European citizenship stolen from me and I would like to stay in the EU.

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