@whatsgoingon wrote:But can they? we aren't going to see all the official documentation and even if we did it would be very much open to individual interpretation.@xmiles wrote:It is only then that people can make a decision based on fact rather than wild claims.
the campaign at that point would be equally divisive and equally emotive and therefore equally subjective because every single point on it would be open to different viewpoints.
As well as that all the scaremongering remoaners who have been forecasting the end of the world as we know it will have scared some into changing allegiance based on nothing more than fear.
There aren't facts in this, only points of reference and different peoples interpretations of them.
But the difference is that once terms have been agreed there will be facts. No doubt that won't constrain parties from interpreting and distorting those facts but nevertheless there will be actual facts. Whereas how many facts were available before the referendum?