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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    Got to ask Nigel, which one is it - are we going to be forced into full political union, or is the EU going to fall apart at the seams?
    It is both, there will be a quick rush by the EU to force on all member states a closer political union, but protests will start, the different cultures will clash, economies will start to fail, and the EU will quickly disintegrate.
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    Voted to Leave.
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    (Original post by Bornblue)
    You shouldn't because according to you remain need to win by about 20% for the result to be legitimate.

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    No , i said between 8-10pts .... Get it right .... Also Join a party or stop commenting on here ... take it to UK Politics
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    (Original post by Saracen's Fez)
    ±6%?

    That seems very generous to remain, with that margin.
    Such a large margin because of all the different factors to go from polling averages to final prediction

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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    No , i said between 8-10pts .... Get it right .... Also Join a party or stop commenting on here ... take it to UK Politics
    How'd you work that one out? So if leave win by one vote that's legitimate but remain have to win by at least 8%?
    Go on explain....
    Sure, I'll join UKIP.

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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    No , i said between 8-10pts .... Get it right .... Also Join a party or stop commenting on here ... take it to UK Politics
    Don't think you have to be a party member to post here hazzer. You have no right telling anyone to stop posting.
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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    No , i said between 8-10pts .... Get it right .... Also Join a party or stop commenting on here ... take it to UK Politics
    There's nothing wrong with them commenting here if that's what they want to do. They're not causing any trouble rules-wise.
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    I have voted!

    There was a congregation of people with Leave shirts and cards outside my polling station, seemed awfully dodgy.
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    (Original post by nebelbon)
    I have voted!

    There was a congregation of people with Leave shirts and cards outside my polling station, seemed awfully dodgy.
    Our polling station was awfully close to being flooded so I don't think either campaign will want to be standing in wellies outside.

    Our area will probably be voting leave and I don't think despite what seems like good turnout that Remain have it entirely in the bag yet. Whilst it's anecdotal evidence, I've seen far more support for Leave in the South East and South West than there are for Remain. If the North does as expected, Leave could very much sneak a win today.
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    (Original post by nebelbon)
    I have voted!

    There was a congregation of people with Leave shirts and cards outside my polling station, seemed awfully dodgy.
    Did you vote leave ?
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    (Original post by The Financier)
    Our polling station was awfully close to being flooded so I don't think either campaign will want to be standing in wellies outside.

    Our area will probably be voting leave and I don't think despite what seems like good turnout that Remain have it entirely in the bag yet. Whilst it's anecdotal evidence, I've seen far more support for Leave in the South East and South West than there are for Remain. If the North does as expected, Leave could very much sneak a win today.
    I still think it'll be close.

    Driving around my town I've only seen Vote Leave stuff, absolutely nothing of remain. Labour might regret ignoring the north...
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    Take control..

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    (Original post by Lime-man)
    Take control..

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    I approve, I shall have to stop criticising you now to save my criticism for the traitors who voted remain; I am surprised.

    (Original post by nebelbon)
    I still think it'll be close.

    Driving around my town I've only seen Vote Leave stuff, absolutely nothing of remain. Labour might regret ignoring the north...
    It is the same in my area with placards, but my Facebook news feed is full of pro-EU propaganda with silly graphs using select statistics to make a point: I look forward to not have referendum spam.
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    (Original post by Nigel Farage MEP)
    I approve, I shall have to stop criticising you now to save my criticism for the traitors who voted remain; I am surprised.



    It is the same in my area with placards, but my Facebook news feed is full of pro-EU propaganda with silly graphs using select statistics to make a point: I look forward to not have referendum spam.
    I too cannot wait for the spam to be over.
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    Ouch for the polling. Probably 53% remain inc dk from Ipsos.

    The only crumb is that ICM were so confident with 50-45 that its their final poll last Monday.
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    Hey guys, quick question! Of all the parties in the MhoC, who most identify themselves or campaign for animal rights?
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    (Original post by TitanCream)
    Hey guys, quick question! Of all the parties in the MhoC, who most identify themselves or campaign for animal rights?
    That would be Aph and this bill

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    The referendum within my school concluded at 66% remain, with 5% of votes spoilt. Interestingly though, the younger years were far more leave. Though fewer younger kids ended up voting. Many could justify themselves too ; which was good to see regardless of their views.
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    (Original post by Lime-man)
    Take control..

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    Whatever the result I cannot wait for the cringey brexit lot to stop saying 'take control'.

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    Odds on another referendum in the next decade?

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