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Breaking: Juncker says no renegotiation for britain if we choose to remain watch

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    (Original post by Betelgeuse-)
    Thats not true.. 3 months for JSA and even that only comes into effect after June 23rd...for other benefits like housing and child support... not true again
    Didn't Cameron say it will be 4 years after a Remain win on Thursday or is he lying again?
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    Jee1


    You might want to take a look at this video. This American student makes valid points about Brexit.

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    (Original post by RoyalMarine)
    So you have nothing against migrants coming to the UK to take our jobs and welfare. We can do the same,we can go to Bulgaria and take their jobs and bankrupt welfare. It's fair.
    Unemployment has been doing down for the last 5 years, EU immigrants are 40% less likely to claim welfare than British people and contribute 32% more to the economy than they take out in welfare and services. You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about.
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    (Original post by JordanL_)
    Unemployment has been doing down for the last 5 years, EU immigrants are 40% less likely to claim welfare than British people and contribute 32% more to the economy than they take out in welfare and services. You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about.
    Salaries for new jobs are going down. It means students will be the ones who will be penalised by staying in the EU. I agree some categories are better off remaining like the Britons who moved to Spain but for students leave is better. The next flow of migrants will take our jobs not theirs.
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    So Cameron told lies again. We won't have any concession from the EU. So vote Remain if you like this EU,vote Leave if you don't like this EU. Another kind of EU isn't possible as even Junker says.
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    (Original post by RoyalMarine)
    So Cameron told lies again. We won't have any concession from the EU. So vote Remain if you like this EU,vote Leave if you don't like this EU. Another kind of EU isn't possible as even Junker says.
    If you actually read what he said, you'd find that Juncker was talking about if we leave. "If you leave, you leave". What he said has nothing to do with reforming the EU.

    I suppose doing 5 seconds of research is too much for you?
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    Juncker seems set on offending all Brits :facepalm2:

    When he's not threatening us with #Brexit sabre rattling, he's threatening us with zero #Bremain concessions :woo:
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    (Original post by RoyalMarine)
    Salaries for new jobs are going down. It means students will be the ones who will be penalised by staying in the EU. I agree some categories are better off remaining like the Britons who moved to Spain but for students leave is better. The next flow of migrants will take our jobs not theirs.
    I suspect this has more to do with working as a cashier at Tescos now being classified as a "graduate job" and "requiring a degree" rather than immigration.

    Funnily enough, when you go from 5-10% of the population going to university to 40-50% of the population going to university, it's no longer as special.

    If we had an "Australian style points system" as keeps being bandied about, the skilled and talented migrants would still be getting in, as they have skills and talents they need. If they are displacing you from a job it is because you are not very good at it.
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    (Original post by EuanF)
    There you have it fellas

    The EU is NOT reformable, it will NOT change the way it treats us if we stay.

    Our only way out is to vote leave, tomorrow.

    https://twitter.com/AFP/status/745603235629629440
    already knew it. eu is a anti democratic dictatorship
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    It stands to reason that Junker might be a bit ****ed off with being portrayed as some kind of satanic figure.
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    (Original post by JamesN88)
    It stands to reason that Junker might be a bit ****ed off with being portrayed as some kind of satanic figure.
    It's funny. Leavers have been throwing around all sorts of accusations, prominent figures even calling EU leadership Nazis for **** sake. But as soon as the EU show that they're unhappy about it, this idiots start throwing a tantrum.

    Also worth noting:

    JUNCKER SAID THERE'D BE NO NEGOTIATING IF WE LEFT. HE SAID NOTHING ABOUT REFORMING THE EU.

    This is crazy. Another example of people suddenly knowing things that never even happened. People need to start checking their facts, this is absolutely ludicrous.
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    (Original post by JordanL_)
    If you actually read what he said, you'd find that Juncker was talking about if we leave. "If you leave, you leave". What he said has nothing to do with reforming the EU.

    I suppose doing 5 seconds of research is too much for you?
    No he also said that there will be no concessions to the UK. Cameron said the opposite just an hour earlier.
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    (Original post by TaipeiGhost)
    Shows how much the EU value and appreciate the British doesn't it?

    Treated like second class by Juncker and his ilk. They should be bending over backwards to persuade us to stay.
    Then you'd say they were interfering in our democracy. Most EU leaders have said they want the UK to stay, as have most world leaders - but they're told off for interfering.

    The EU is reformable, it's an ongoing process. But we won't be part of that if we're no longer in the EU.
 
 
 
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