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    (Original post by JamesN88)
    Not as much as expected though which is worrying for me as a Remainer.
    Yes, I believe it's 60/40 remain in Scotland
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    (Original post by Midlander)
    It is hard to keep up and the results are pissing me off. In my view Scottish nationalists voting to stay in the EU are hypocrites because of the arguments they use to support membership.


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    No doubt. But I think you'll find that most people are to some degree or other hypocrites.

    It's one of the things that makes us so interesting.
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    (Original post by welshiee)
    Money saved from having to contribute to the EU pot can be invested in the education sector whilst also covering some small holes in the NHS budget.

    Finally, a weaker currency can help an economy by potentially boosting exports, jobs and inflation, as well as increasing corporate earnings.
    Explain how this does anything other than offset the damage, and that is a best case scenario.


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    East Ayrshire result:
    Remain: 58.6% (33,891)
    Leave: 41.4% (23,942)

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    (Original post by chemting)
    Lol I think a fair few have this notion that leaving the EU will make the immigration system friendlier to non-EU (or in this case Asian) countries.... lmao. :mmm:

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    when some if not most might actually think uk hates all immigrants and will probably decide not to come sigh
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    (Original post by Fenice)
    Newsflash: If someone can access TSR, they can also access BBC News
    BBC is slow to report the results. The so called 'live feed' is actually a delayed telecast. I'm on C-Span Tv.
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    (Original post by _Dreamville_)
    East Ayrshire result:
    Remain: 58.6% (33,891)
    Leave: 41.4% (23,942)

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    Exactly
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    (Original post by Proximo)
    Good news is we need 16.4 million votes to win, either side has nearly half a million so we still have a chance remainers. Albeit a small one.
    I believe it's 16.8mil but there's still hope.

    We just need to wait for those big cities
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    Basildon result:
    Remain: 31.4% (30,748)
    Leave: 68.6% (67,251)

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    gap being reduced hopefully this continues
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    Predicted 69% leave at Hartlepool, better than expected.
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    (Original post by Midlander)
    Explain how this does anything other than offset the damage, and that is a best case scenario.


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    You're confused you think you doing some science that for all intents and purposes doesn't matter is actually important for this country.

    Thee are bigger issues in this.
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    (Original post by _Dreamville_)
    West Tyrone (apparently it's a real place)
    Rural northern ireland. Fairly nationalist (sinn fein) and therefore Remain not unexpected.
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    (Original post by Josb)
    Why do the results from the remotest places come first?
    Smaller electorates.
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Rural northern ireland. Fairly nationalist (sinn fein) and therefore Remain not unexpected.
    I was making a joke, but thank you.

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    Why is Basildon so late?
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    (Original post by _BigDawg_Bruh)
    You're confused you think you doing some science that for all intents and purposes doesn't matter is actually important for this country.

    Thee are bigger issues in this.
    Yes let's close our R+D tomorrow and see what happens. Honestly the ****ing stupidity and lack of foresight is so frustrating.


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    (Original post by _Dreamville_)
    I was making a joke, but thank you.

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    I did the same about the lovely Miss Eilean Siar
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    Hartlepool, #EUref result:
    Remain: 30.4% (14,029)
    Leave: 69.6% (32,071)

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