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The OFFICIAL 'EU Referendum Results ALL NIGHTER' Thread watch

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    (Original post by Legendary Quest)
    Having a Prime Minister who parrots what Nigel Farage says makes UK a great country again. :rolleyes:
    I'll tell you why I said what I said. Boris is a colourful character who doesn't stand for anything except for 'Boris Bikes'. No world leader will take him seriously if he was the PM of UK. He doesn't have a mind of his own. His close aide is Gove and the only good/nice thing about Gove is his voice. Gove will go down as the worst Education minister in the history of UK.

    If you have diligently watched the telecasts of the hustings period during the campaign, Boris spoke loads of gibberish (which is normal of him) and the only time he said anything comprehensible was when he said that UK must adopt a migration policy akin to the Australian point based system etc. These were never his points or that of the official designate Leave campaign. All he did was to use what Farage said without citing him as the source.
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    (Original post by Proximo)
    I need to sleep for my exam. If I wake up and find we're out.... I'm going to sit in the exam and vomit over my paper.
    chill dude nothing will happen
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    Now total votes has narrowed to 49.8:50.2 leave.

    Sterling coming back up a little.

    I was about to go to bed....
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    Exeter result:
    Remain: 55.3% (35,270)
    Leave: 44.7% (28,533)

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    Good result in Glasgow

    168k remain.

    84k leave.
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Oxford - Remain 70%
    I'm looking forward to seeing Cambridge, hopefully we'll beat them in something else other than the boat race.
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    (Original post by cbreef)
    I'm not happy at English voters tbh
    Scotland has shown it's true colours though. We believe in the EU

    you'll be gone next.
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    (Original post by looseseal)
    Same. Get ready for the Great British Brain Drain.

    At least there'll be the option of moving back to the British isles when Scotland inevitably votes to leave the UK and join the EU in a couple of years.
    My OH and I have been discussing where we want to live in the long run. If this Brexit **** happens and Scotland chooses to leave I will move up there with her without hesitation.


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    (Original post by Josb)
    £/$ down by 5.5% now.

    I hope you have reserves in dollars and euros.
    Being a good Jew, I have amassed a large quantity of gold which I now sleep with for protection

    I am safe from Brexit
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    Big wins for Remain now...... tense ****.
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    Remain is leading 50.7/49.3
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    Come on Leave. Keep fighting.
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    Remain winning. Come the **** on boys!
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    And Remain is back in the lead.
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    Remain just gone in the lead! 50.7%


    This show aint over...
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    Big win for Remain in Glasgow 66%.
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    Back in the lead B)
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    (Original post by _BigDawg_Bruh)
    you'll be gone next.
    I beg your pardon? What's that supposed to mean?
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    (Original post by Josb)
    Ah yeah, I forgot those.
    And this 'foreigners voting leave' phenomenon is largely commonwealth people. Unsurprisingly tbh.

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