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    That BBC presenter looks so upset when she said leave might win
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    The pound drop does not worry me at all. We will be fine. Dont be fooled by project fear.
    Think about the £350 million we can regain every week. And look at this:



    We will be FINE, if we leave. We can do this fellow Beleavers and non Beleavers.
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    (Original post by _Dreamville_)
    St. Helens votes to leave.

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    The volcano?
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    (Original post by The Roast)
    I can understand you being defensive and bitter.

    It won't be a recession on the scale of 2008, it'll be a shallow recession which comes with change.
    You know how we could have had no recession at all?


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    (Original post by physicsphysics91)
    The currency will bounce back, its only shifted because of shock.
    Id agree with this, although I know very little about current.

    I'v always likened the Leave campaign as being a person getting out of an abusive relationship. Sure in the short term the impact will seem huge, one will feel lonely and emotional and helpless, but slowly but surely they will retain normality and flourish, indeed better than they ever would have had they remained with their abusive suppose :lol:

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    (Original post by The Roast)
    I can understand you being defensive and bitter.

    It won't be a recession on the scale of 2008, it'll be a shallow recession which comes with change.
    I am extremely unhappy and bitter. Didn't realise the country was this retarded.
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    (Original post by physicsphysics91)
    The currency will bounce back, its only shifted because of shock.
    Keep telling yourself that.

    When Brexit literally crashes the economy and sends us into a recession I'll know who to blame.

    Well I guess at least Boris will apologise on tv... So that's something, right?
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    (Original post by Midlander)
    My other half is in NE Scotland where the EU is resented for its impact on fishing. It isn't a surprise that one or two are voting out.


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    Yeah I can understand Aberdeen actually. But everywhere else.....
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    (Original post by tootles44)
    Just curious, what do you think of foreigners who vote Leave? Is it unusual? Are they voting against their interests, especially socially?
    Foreigners, by definition, cannot vote.
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    (Original post by The Roast)
    I know exactly how you feel lol...

    My birthday was yesterday (23rd), I'm hoping for a nice belated present
    Oh haha what a fun way to spend your birthday :lol:
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    (Original post by RuWill2001)
    To be honest I don't believe anyone. The Polls look like they're going to be wrong. The bookies look set to be wrong (At 10PM the odds for BREXIT were 13/2. And the pound was rising because remain was supposed to a cert!
    I'm trying to be the least biased possible here.

    I personally think this'll be a very, very tight finish.

    Yet, I'm pretty dumfounded right now.
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    (Original post by Naveed-7)
    The pound drop does not worry me at all. We will be fine. Dont be fooled by project fear.
    And there's the vid. Marvelous.
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    I hope you've all taken precautions and stocked up on long-lasting food and fuel

    The days of the beta are numbered!
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    (Original post by looseseal)
    Keep telling yourself that.

    When Brexit literally crashes the economy and sends us into a recession I'll know who to blame.

    Well I guess at least Boris will apologise on tv... So that's something, right?
    I am packing my bags for Deutschland.


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    Just took a short nap from midnight till now. Whoah what, what happening
    What's happening is that Labour have utterly failed to convince their voters that inviting the third world, subsidising farmers and destroying British fishing jobs is good for them. According to Curtis most of the UK is voting as expected bar 2 areas... 1 the north east where Remain has been crushed (over 60% in Sunderland and Middlesbrough, only won Newcastle by 2000 votes)... 2 is Wales where Swansea (Wales's second city) has already voted out and word is that almost every major town and city has done so too.

    Rule Brittania!!!!!!!!!!!
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    (Original post by IFoundWonderland)
    I am extremely unhappy and bitter. Didn't realise the country was this retarded.
    I guess this is the price of democracy. I never thought the Chinese had it good until now.
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    North Warwickshire and Fareham vote to Leave.

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    (Original post by looseseal)
    Keep telling yourself that.

    When Brexit literally crashes the economy and sends us into a recession I'll know who to blame.

    Well I guess at least Boris will apologise on tv... So that's something, right?
    We're the 5th biggest economy in the world, the EU needs us more than we need the EU.
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    (Original post by Josb)
    Foreigners, by definition, cannot vote.
    depends some can
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    (Original post by Nettled)
    Oh haha what a fun way to spend your birthday :lol:
    Since I turned 20, I've prefered to keep my birthdays on a low key tonight is an exception haha!
 
 
 
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