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    (Original post by Aph)
    Why??? They are a British territory which is part of the EU because we are.

    Yeah... I'd hate to imagine what would happen if we stayed in because of them!!!
    That's the whole point - they are just a territory. If you are going to give them the vote, you might as well extend it to the Falkland Islands, the Pitcairn Islands and all our other territories.
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    From the guy who moved his business to Malaysia.

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    That's the whole point - they are just a territory. If you are going to give them the vote, you might as well extend it to the Falkland Islands, the Pitcairn Islands and all our other territories.
    But they are in the EU and the rest aren't...

    52:48 remain according to yougov
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    Ok, what are our predictions for the percentages that Remain and Leave will get?

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    Implying they don't have to deal with Spain in the EU.
    Spanish border inspections are moderated by the EU rules on freedom of movement. Post-Brexit, the status quo is unlikely to remain in place with Spain easily considering more aggressive moves to isolate Gibraltar than what they're doing already.
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    Ok, what are our predictions for the percentages that Remain and Leave will get?



    Spanish border inspections are moderated by the EU rules on freedom of movement. Post-Brexit, the status quo is unlikely to remain in place with Spain easily considering more aggressive moves to isolate Gibraltar than what they're doing already.
    The Spanish already make passage as awkward as they're allowed when they're pissed off over something

    I'm going 51-49

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    The Spanish already make passage as awkward as they're allowed when they're pissed off over something

    I'm going 51-49

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    That's the point. Things are likely to be worse for Gibraltar than it already is because Spain will have more freedom to do what they want with Gibraltar if the UK leave the EU.
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    Voted at 9am, absolutely no one else at the polling stations

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    I predict 51-49

    Sunderland I predict will be over 60% leave
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    (Original post by Lime-man)
    Thats 284 years from now!!!!!

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    Standard delays for Virgin trains.

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    Voted at 9am, absolutely no one else at the polling stations

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    I accompanied my friend to a polling station in a village, he said he's never seen that many people in one place there, and to be fair, it was a lot of people even for me who lives in a decent sized town.
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    (Original post by The Financier)
    That's the point. Things are likely to be worse for Gibraltar than it already is because Spain will have more freedom to do what they want with Gibraltar if the UK leave the EU.
    Well, let's invade Andalusia and solve the problem, like we should invade Argentina now they have basically no armed forces, south America will be happy and sorts out the Falklands problem

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    I predict 51-49

    Sunderland I predict will be over 60% leave
    51 favouring who?
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    (Original post by EricAteYou)
    51 favouring who?
    I'm not sure probably remain but it will be that close and I hope it is leave.
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    (Original post by EricAteYou)
    51 favouring who?
    Who normally goes first?

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    (Original post by cuppa)
    I accompanied my friend to a polling station in a village, he said he's never seen that many people in one place there, and to be fair, it was a lot of people even for me who lives in a decent sized town.
    General predictions seem to be 70-80% turnout so not supprising.

    Glad farrage has admitted defeat.
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    I think Leave will wing it with 51% to 49%
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    (Original post by Aph)
    General predictions seem to be 70-80% turnout so not supprising.

    Glad farrage has admitted defeat.
    ITV claim he has un-conceded

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    I think Leave will wing it with 51% to 49%
    Hopeful to the last

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    EU referendum 'on the day' poll:
    Remain: 54%
    Leave: 46%
    (via Ipsos Mori, phone)

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    Is there any place sky news won't say gets a lot of eu funding?
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    68% turnout and Bremain will win by 53%
 
 
 
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