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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    The scale of the defeat has doubtless been a factor.

    I can't help wondering how all the leave voters will feel in a few years time, with a much more right wing austerity loving government, a desperate economy and a plunged NHS.
    I think that it is for the best as our reset is going to happen sooner, but I don't think people quite comprehend that it takes both years of pain and a competent of government to get a decent economy kickstarted again, otherwise we will be in perpetual limbo like a Japan.
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    And I feel quite sad about Cameron resigning, I liked him as our PM.
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Leaver being interviewed on the BBC says he's shocked and didn't expect to win. Didn't think his vote would matter.
    "Now I'm worried".
    You couldn't make it up.
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    So far this morning:

    1. Nigel Farage starts the morning by retracting the £350 million claim
    2. Daniel Hannan retracts the claim that leaving EU will reduce immigration
    3. £100 billion wiped off the pensions, ISAs etc. invested in the FTSE
    4. The pound suffers the largest currency depreciation of any currency ever
    5. The Prime Minister resigns without mapping out a plan for implementing the results of the referendum

    Well at least we got our sovereignty back...
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    You couldn't make it up.
    Here ladies and gentlemen is the reality of a protest vote.

    I honestly cant believe how irresponsible Cameron was to offer this referendum to the public. Something with such immense downsides for the country should not be entrusted to Dave down the pub who wanted to "stick it" to those Brussels bureaucrats.
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    This is actually disgusting. I'm not sure what the future is, if it takes around 3/4 years for us to fully become independent, I'll be able to move to germany
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    I can't decide if its a bad or good thing it was by 4%. I guess its good that not more of the country is completely moronic but annoying that its so close, because it so easily could have been 4 % the other way.
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    So what happened now?

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    And I feel quite sad about Cameron resigning, I liked him as our PM.
    Is Cameron resigning?
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    (Original post by Ordo)
    So what happened now?



    Is Cameron resigning?
    he wants us to have a new pm by october.
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Leaver being interviewed on the BBC says he's shocked and didn't expect to win. Didn't think his vote would matter.
    "Now I'm worried".
    Is he serious? Wow, now I've lost all hope. I'm worried too.
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    (Original post by looseseal)
    So far this morning:

    1. Nigel Farage starts the morning by retracting the £350 million claim
    2. Daniel Hannan retracts the claim that leaving EU will reduce immigration
    3. £100 billion wiped off the pensions, ISAs etc. invested in the FTSE
    4. The pound suffers the largest currency depreciation of any currency ever
    5. The Prime Minister resigns without mapping out a plan for implementing the results of the referendum

    Well at least we got our sovereignty back...
    Source for the Hannan claim? I couldn't find anything on the internet.

    well summarised though
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Leaver being interviewed on the BBC says he's shocked and didn't expect to win. Didn't think his vote would matter.
    "Now I'm worried".
    Brilliant. Not even the people who voted leave wanted this result
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    (Original post by looseseal)
    So far this morning:

    1. Nigel Farage starts the morning by retracting the £350 million claim
    2. Daniel Hannan retracts the claim that leaving EU will reduce immigration
    3. £100 billion wiped off the pensions, ISAs etc. invested in the FTSE
    4. The pound suffers the largest currency depreciation of any currency ever
    5. The Prime Minister resigns without mapping out a plan for implementing the results of the referendum

    Well at least we got our sovereignty back...
    Sovereignty? So this is a pride thing....
    I'm not even shocked. Let's admit it, already our decision to leave is failing us. Sovereignty means nothing if a nation ends up failing miserably. I'm only praying things improve over the years. Apparently Putin was very influential, influential enough to push the leaving agenda.
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    (Original post by looseseal)
    Here ladies and gentlemen is the reality of a protest vote.

    I honestly cant believe how irresponsible Cameron was to offer this referendum to the public. Something with such immense downsides for the country should not be entrusted to Dave down the pub who wanted to "stick it" to those Brussels bureaucrats.
    He got cornered into it by his backbenchers and at the time, he thought there was no way it would happen because another coalition government looked likely.

    I still wonder how exactly all this is going to go through Parliament, where there is a massive anti-Leave majority if you add up the SNP, Labour and part of the Tory backbench.
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    (Original post by looseseal)
    So far this morning:

    1. Nigel Farage starts the morning by retracting the £350 million claim
    2. Daniel Hannan retracts the claim that leaving EU will reduce immigration
    3. £100 billion wiped off the pensions, ISAs etc. invested in the FTSE
    4. The pound suffers the largest currency depreciation of any currency ever
    5. The Prime Minister resigns without mapping out a plan for implementing the results of the referendum

    Well at least we got our sovereignty back...
    :rofl:

    There's no describing how disgusted I personally feel with idiot Tory rightwingers who've put us through all this for what amounts (probably) to a semi-detached status with the EU, still paying our subs, still in the single market (most likely) and still accepting freedom of movement - yet without any say in the proceedings.

    For what? Ego? A sense of victory?

    Watching some of them party this morning, I think some of them are seriously in need of one of those new brain transplant thingies.
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    He got cornered into it by his backbenchers and at the time, he thought there was no way it would happen because another coalition government looked likely.

    I still wonder how exactly all this is going to go through Parliament, where there is a massive anti-Leave majority if you add up the SNP, Labour and part of the Tory backbench.
    Will it really happen though? I, too, can't see the logistics of it all.

    Also random side note, will our EHICs still be valid for a while? :P
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    (Original post by Cherry82)
    Is he serious? Wow, now I've lost all hope. I'm worried too.
    The next leaver beside him said the same thing.



    (hope that animated gif works...)

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    Wow. Really? Not even midday yet and all I'm hearing is bad news.
    Very worried now.
    Really do think that people who voted to 'leave' are going to have this bite them back in the ass a couple of years down the line.


    Also, why has the value for the British currency dropped by so much??
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    (Original post by WriterOfWrongs)
    Also random side note, will our EHICs still be valid for a while? :P
    Yes.

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    Hahaha that was a joke
 
 
 
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