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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    So basically by choosing to leave essentially the pound value would drop --> rip to peoples jobs --> rip to businesses --> rip NHS --> rip to life.

    Not to mention that tuition fees are going to rise yet again :shot: aswell as there being less academic funding for UK, which will cause it to lose its position in the world for research. :rip: sciences! :bawling:

    Take home message: move out. :getmecoat:
    You were given a so called "warning" that the Pound will drop by a Banker named George Soros.
    He is the guy that is making profit from our losses. He is lying, because he doesnt want us to leave the EU. I would not trust these guys.
    Im Voting Leave mate, and advising everyone else to do so aswell.
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    To all the kiddies saying they'll up and leave:

    1) About 1 in 10 of you will actually do so, max :rolleyes:

    2) To those 1 in 10, we say: good luck to you, and don't forget to close the door on your way out :chaplin:
    I suppose everyone is a 'kiddie' when you're a 30 year old hanging on TSR
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    (Original post by Naveed-7)
    You were given a so called "warning" that the Pound will drop by a Banker named George Soros.
    He is the guy that is making profit from our losses. He is lying, because he doesnt want us to leave the EU. I would not trust these guys.
    Im Voting Leave mate.
    Oh and Boris Johnson/Gove are the go-to guys when it comes to trust, aren't they? :rofl:
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    (Original post by Naveed-7)
    You were given a so called "warning" that the Pound will drop by a Banker named George Soros.
    He is the guy that is making profit from our losses. He is lying, because he doesnt want us to leave the EU. I would not trust these guys.
    Im Voting Leave mate.
    And practically every economic expert and body there is, but of course unless experts agree with you then they're not worth listening to. No way you could be wrong :rolleyes:

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    (Original post by SamuelSingleton)
    Tea & Scones party anyone?
    Count me in :mmm:
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    (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
    So what red tape do we have, wouldn't have to abide by even if we wanted to trade with the EU and causes any noticeable hassle?


    Won't be celebrating - but probably try and ride out the inevitable financial crash, buy a house once they've become worthless and take advantage of the granny rule to get a Scottish passport so I can retain the benefits of the EU when the United Kingdom is irrevocably destroyed by indyref 2.0 and renewal of the troubles due to the falling apart of the good Friday agreement.

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    That's a bit pessimistic.

    (Original post by drowzee)
    I will not be celebrating that's for sure. I'm annoyed I can't vote
    You're not British?
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    (Original post by floury)
    We're not going to remain! So get that thought out of your head.


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    Let's wait until tomorrow.

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    (Original post by Chrosson)
    I'm finding Poe's law in full effect here.


    I just did a quick test, and it'd be easy for me to pass the points requirements for immigration to Canada. You'll likely find the same of many skilled workers.

    And the lack of freedom of movement in the EU doesn't mean "immigration is banned". It just makes things much more difficult for unskilled workers.
    What test? lol

    Skilled workers are at a severe disadvantage, it doesn't mean that if you've a degree and some work experience that it's easy to migrate. Literally hundreds of thousands of applicants have those things.

    Nobody spoke of a ban but it's effectively a severe restriction for everyone, skilled or unskilled.
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    really wanna buy fireworks but no one is selling them at the moment probably just get drunk
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    (Original post by karl pilkington)
    really wanna buy fireworks but no one is selling them at the moment probably just get drunk
    The irony of this is that it's much easier to get big cheap fireworks from Europe and bring them back here with such ease because of the EU :laugh:
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    (Original post by Josb)
    That's a bit pessimistic.



    You're not British?
    More realistic - the economy will go into recession and with that house prices come down. As for the future of the UK - Scotland is consistently polling 20-25% remain, and the no camp will lose ground in an indyref when losing EU membership isn't a question. Leave wins tomorrow and Scotland will leave the uk. As for the good Friday agreement and the peace in ireland,Sinn Fein are promising to call for a reunification as permitted in the Good Friday Agreement - and what happens then?

    Quite funny tbh that leave will literally destroy the United Kingdom and leave it as just England (and maybe Wales) in order to "save it" from the EU.


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    LOL the fact is we are staying. The result is going to be REMAIN. Unfortunately, that's pretty much a fact now.
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    This vote truly is ignorance versus rationalism. Its the same sort of people who got Trump so popular, but in our country and its own context, I truly hope reason prevails.
    Yeah, I'm sure Tony Benn would have been a vociferous supporter of Donald Trump
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    (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
    More realistic - the economy will go into recession and with that house prices come down. As for the future of the UK - Scotland is consistently polling 20-25% remain, and the no camp will lose ground in an indyref when losing EU membership isn't a question. Leave wins tomorrow and Scotland will leave the uk. As for the good Friday agreement and the peace in ireland, it's quite reliant on the border management there - leave requires a renegotiation of the agreement, and what happens in the meantime? Wouldn't be all that surprising to see a reunified ireland in the wake of leave.

    Quite funny tbh that leave will literally destroy the United Kingdom and leave it as just England (and maybe Wales) in order to "save it" from the EU.


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    Is it a bad thing that house prices will go down? For me it's the best outcome of Brexit.

    I don't think Ireland will refuse a new border agreement with the UK. I'm more worried about getting a trade deal with China in time.
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    (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
    And practically every economic expert and body there is, but of course unless experts agree with you then they're not worth listening to. No way you could be wrong :rolleyes:

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    Experts that are paid by the EU

    Experts that have got it cataclysmically wrong on multiple occasions in the recent past

    Experts that are only commenting on one of a number of issues relevant to this referendum

    Perhaps you should try thinking for yourself.
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    (Original post by Fenice)
    Experts that are paid by the EU

    Experts that have got it cataclysmically wrong on multiple occasions in the recent past

    Experts that are only commenting on one of a number of issues relevant to this referendum

    Perhaps you should try thinking for yourself.
    Wonder if you would be tooting this argument if they agreed with your point of view. :holmes:
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    (Original post by Bornblue)
    What will you do if we remain?
    What do Brits always do when the chips are down?
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    2) To those 1 in 10, we say: good luck to you, and don't forget to close the door on your way out :chaplin:
    The majority of people *able* to leave are those who can get secure job offers in other countries, i.e. are in demand. Seems a bit odd to not even acknowledge this as a bad thing in isolation (even if mitigated by other benefits you may believe will occur).

    (Original post by Sisuphos)
    What test? lol

    Skilled workers are at a severe disadvantage, it doesn't mean that if you've a degree and some work experience that it's easy to migrate. Literally hundreds of thousands of applicants have those things.

    Nobody spoke of a ban but it's effectively a severe restriction for everyone, skilled or unskilled.
    The express entry test. If you don't know about it I assume you don't know much about immigration to Canada? In which case I question why you're talking about it.

    http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigra...d/crs-tool.asp
    I get >1000 (maximum 1200) because I know I can get a job offer (I've had one from Canada before) which basically doubles my points.
    Last month, anyone with >488 points was let in (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/express-entry/rounds.asp).
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    I also think that Brexit is not going to happen.
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    I think we better put a couple of people here on suicide watch.

    Naveed, fenice,illegaltobepoor, jammy

 
 
 
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