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Fun Online Polls: Brexit next steps & speeding tickets

Monday, November 14, 2016 11:43
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The results to last week's Fun Online Poll were as follows:

That Article 50 decision. What do you think will happen next? No wishful thinking and multiple choices allowed.

The government will just trigger Article 50 anyway – 17 votes
The government will appeal the decision and win – 21 votes
The government will appeal the decision and lose – 36 votes
The government will call another general election – 12 votes
MPs will vote to trigger Article 50 – 42 votes
MPs will vote not to trigger Article 50 – 22 votes
Other, please specify – 4 votes

111 voters

On that basis, the most expected (or least unexpected) outcome appears to be that the government will appeal the decision, lose and MPs will vote to trigger Article 50 (even if only by a slim majority). Which happens to be what I think is least unlikely as well.

But we'll see…
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Next, a more general question, you read in the papers about people getting done for exceeding the speed limit by 30, 40, 50 mph, but what is the lower bound?

Has anybody had, in the last ten years say, a speeding ticket/fine/penalty for exceeding the speed limit by 1 mph, or 2 mph? I doubt it.

So that's this week's Fun Online Poll.

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