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    (Original post by Midlander)
    Leavers must be wetting themselves at that graph. Even more so after the first hundreds of thousands of jobs are lost. God damn effing clowns.
    I actually live on the continent, so this ****s me up monumentally. :lol:
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    I'm a Labour supporter and I'm finding Eagle extremely irritating. She's completely incapable of admitting that EU immigration has put downward pressure on people's wages, terms and conditions, their ability to buy a house, to find a school place for their children.

    These issues predated the start of the austerity policy
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    (Original post by physicsphysics91)
    Free reps for vote leavers.
    Will rep be our new currency after you wreck the pound?


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    (Original post by TimmonaPortella)
    Scotland can't unilaterally declare its independence. No-one would recognise it. Any referendum would have to be respected by Westminster, which would be concerned with negotiating on behalf of the UK with the EU.
    Not necessarily, if there was a clear Yes vote and we shout loud enough, it would happen. That's democracy. If they rejected a Yes vote, it would cause unbelievable uproar
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    Can I just say:

    I LOVE DAVID DIMBLEBY!!!!

    So entertained by how he is making everyone squirm
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    (Original post by Sun_Bear)
    Britain Elects ‏@britainelects 3m
    Liverpool expected to pull home for Remain with 60%.
    If that's the case, the earlier comment by someone loving the Irish applies here too
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    (Original post by Midlander)
    Leavers must be wetting themselves at that graph. Even more so after the first hundreds of thousands of jobs are lost. God damn effing clowns.


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    You'll like these numbers.

    Total trade imports for April 2016 were £41.0 billion

    Total trade exports for April 2016 were £25.0 billion.

    https://www.uktradeinfo.com/Statisti...Pages/OTS.aspx

    Those saying how a weaker pound will be grand for exports, could you explain what i'll do to that doubled figure of imports?
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    Let's design our ideal post-Brexit governments.

    I'll have:

    PM: Boris
    Chancellor: Gove
    Home: Andrea Leadsom
    Foreign: Hammond can stay, he's okay
    Justice/LC: Jacob Rees-Mogg
    Commons Leader: Hannan
    Defence: Lord Guthrie
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    (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
    I actually live on the continent, so this ****s me up monumentally. :lol:
    9 out of 10 academics want to stay and we get a lot of research funding from the EU. Stand by for a brain drain.


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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    I still don't understand though, perhaps its just too much of an abstract, selfless concept for me.
    Class solidarity over national solidarity.


    Guess you could say it's selfish but in a different way.
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    (Original post by TimmonaPortella)
    Let's design our ideal post-Brexit governments.

    I'll have:

    PM: Boris
    Chancellor: Gove
    Home: Andrea Leadsom
    Foreign: Hammond can stay, he's okay
    Justice/LC: Jacob Rees-Mogg
    Commons Leader: Hannan
    Defence: Lord Guthrie
    Steady on Tiger, we all know that London will likely sway this to a Remain
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    You'll like these numbers.

    Total trade imports for April 2016 were £41.0 billion

    Total trade exports for April 2016 were £25.0 billion.

    https://www.uktradeinfo.com/Statisti...Pages/OTS.aspx

    Those saying how a weaker pound will be grand for exports, could you explain what i'll do to that doubled figure of imports?
    Can you explain Germany's economy after the adoption of a weaker Euro? It allowed them to boost exports massively and that in turn rejuvenated their economy.
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    (Original post by elen90)
    I'm going to go read a book and try to sleep or something - too distressed and angry.
    All will be fine my friend, have hope. Or tea, that's what I've decided will be my comfort at the moment.
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    (Original post by cbreef)
    Not necessarily, if there was a clear Yes vote and we shout loud enough, it would happen. That's democracy. If they rejected a Yes vote, it would cause unbelievable uproar
    It may very well cause uproar, but uproar doesn't determine the legal position. You can't shout your way into international recognition as a sovereign state. Not as quickly and smoothly as you seem to imagine, anyway.
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    (Original post by TimmonaPortella)
    Let's design our ideal post-Brexit governments.

    I'll have:

    PM: Boris
    Chancellor: Gove
    Home: Andrea Leadsom
    Foreign: Hammond can stay, he's okay
    Justice/LC: Jacob Rees-Mogg
    Commons Leader: Hannan
    Defence: Lord Guthrie
    Oh god, kill me now
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    Shetland votes to remain a
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    Lol I just came for the lolz, didn't vote, just find the whole saga hilarious.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    London is full of foreigners. By the looks of things, the natives may have Out.
    I know quite a few foreigners (South Asian mainly) voting out which is interesting
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    Can someone give me some good news for the remain side
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    You'll like these numbers.

    Total trade imports for April 2016 were £41.0 billion

    Total trade exports for April 2016 were £25.0 billion.

    https://www.uktradeinfo.com/Statisti...Pages/OTS.aspx

    Those saying how a weaker pound will be grand for exports, could you explain what i'll do to that doubled figure of imports?
    They don't care. As long as they build their fence at Dover and shout Boo at the continent they don't care if they **** the economy.


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