David Davis MP explained why referendums are dangerous in 2002 and it has a certain irony considering Brexit

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David Davis MP explained why referendums are dangerous in 2002 and it has a certain irony considering Brexit

This extract from Hansard where David Davis MP explains why referendums are dangerous is incredibly ironic:

INCREDIBLE:

November 2002 and David Davis MP is explaining to the House of Commons why referendums are dangerous – particularly when the electorate is not fully availed of the facts. It's brilliantly put and absolutely correct #Brexit#Amendment7pic.twitter.com/8QG7XlEAGi

— Otto English (@Otto_English) December 13, 2017

Let’s read that in full shall we?

“It’s exactly what Remainers have been saying for months. So has David Davis changed his mind or is he simply a hypocrite?” writes @Otto_english.

Source: Twitter/@Otto_English

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