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    (Original post by Doctor_Einstein)
    No one knows yet. It is up to the UK to decide now.
    Well, I hope they won't decide to kick out all those who have been living and working here for many years but still don't have a British passport.
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    Well, I hope they won't decide to kick out all those who have been living and working here for many years but still don't have a British passport.
    They probably won't, the last thing anybody wants is up to 4m people being forced to migrate across Europe because of it

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    eVERYONE NEEDS TO CALM DOWN. Have a glass of wine... put your feet up
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    (Original post by Cheese Queen)
    eVERYONE NEEDS TO CALM DOWN. Have a glass of wine... put your feet up
    I think I might want to get off the wine, celebrations started early

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    I think I might want to get off the wine, celebrations started early

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    Yep. I... I think I'VE hAd a few too MANY as wewrrmjflll
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    I disappointed but a Leave win is a Leave win at the end of the day.

    It looks like it might be the end of the UK though(I mean Scotland leaving not the Apocalypse).
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    So, leaving EU will only affect new immigrants who will want to come to UK after today and those who only live off the benefits?
    Not "after today". Formally, the UK is still in the EU for a couple of year.
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    It seems that European markets are more impacted than the FTSE.
    Spain: -12.5% :eek:
    Germany: -7.1%
    France: -8.16%
    Netherlands: -6.37%
    Belgium: -6.6%
    Portugal: -7.34%
    Poland: -6.7%

    Spain is in bad shape now. Markets are afraid that Brits will not support its economy anymore.
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    (Original post by Josb)
    It seems that European markets are more impacted than the FTSE.
    Spain: -12.5% :eek:
    Germany: -7.1%
    France: -8.16%
    Netherlands: -6.37%
    Belgium: -6.6%
    Portugal: -7.34%
    Poland: -6.7%

    Spain is in bad shape now. Markets are afraid that Brits will not support its economy anymore.
    Listening to Bloomberg now mostly, and yeah, the FTSE is recovering nicely, but the continental markets are stuck down

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    (Original post by Josb)
    It seems that European markets are more impacted than the FTSE.
    Spain: -12.5% :eek:
    Germany: -7.1%
    France: -8.16%
    Netherlands: -6.37%
    Belgium: -6.6%
    Portugal: -7.34%
    Poland: -6.7%

    Spain is in bad shape now. Markets are afraid that Brits will not support its economy anymore.
    Knew it.

    Apart from Germany and the Netherlands, Europe is such a basketcase of bad investments, tax evasion and poorly trained, lazy workforces. Mr Juncker can whine and threaten until he dies of old age, because we know the German car manufacturers are not going to accept any calls to stop trading with this country.

    His tears will dry on their own
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    Project fear lost, we all know the short term affects now you have a choice ***** about it or work to ensure we become the greatest country we can possibly be.
    We must strive to achieve our Manifest Destiny as a Proud Chosen Nation

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    (Original post by Josb)
    It seems that European markets are more impacted than the FTSE.
    Spain: -12.5% :eek:
    Germany: -7.1%
    France: -8.16%
    Netherlands: -6.37%
    Belgium: -6.6%
    Portugal: -7.34%
    Poland: -6.7%

    Spain is in bad shape now. Markets are afraid that Brits will not support its economy anymore.
    Wall St still expected to open 4% down, but that's been expected for about 10 hours now at least

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    (Original post by Gora The Xplorer)
    Knew it.

    Apart from Germany and the Netherlands, Europe is such a basketcase of bad investments, tax evasion and poorly trained, lazy workforces. Mr Juncker can whine and threaten until he dies of old age, because we know the German car manufacturers are not going to accept any calls to stop trading with this country.

    His tears will dry on their own
    Yeah, I already said that Spain was vulnerable in case of Brexit. This is why the EU will not do any kind of trade war or retaliation.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Listening to Bloomberg now mostly, and yeah, the FTSE is recovering nicely, but the continental markets are stuck down

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    American markets will plunge too. Markets are all-in casinos at the moment.
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    (Original post by Zadkiel)
    Woke up with Brexit...

    Markets are falling, Pound is falling to the lowest value in more than 40 years!

    Reports say Northern Ireland and Scotland will vote to leave the UK.
    Markets will prefer to trade with EU rather than UK and EU already reported they won't negotiate with UK a trade deal because "out means out".

    Well done everyone... Well done Brits, today will start the ENGLISH independence day. Good luck with jobs - good luck because we will start getting the jobs the emigrants took, such as construction workers, McDonalds, etc.

    Good luck to us all... the future won't be bright and a recession will come.
    100% ACCURATE.
    btw what do you think will happen to tuition fees? Do you reckon they'll be affected?
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    (Original post by Josb)
    American markets will plunge too. Markets are all-in casinos at the moment.
    As said above, US markets are expected to open 4% down as they have been all night

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    With all due respect, Scotland can **** off if it wants to. It's just a ****ing burden to the UK anyway. Scotland has nothing of its own.
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    (Original post by Josb)
    Yeah, I already said that Spain was vulnerable in case of Brexit. This is why the EU will not do any kind of trade war or retaliation.
    I love the French, my first girl was French, but even the mighty France is in a bad way, I mean really exposed to bad debts in Southern Europe. Juncker needs to sit down and realise that the European powerhouses will turn on him if he continues in his destructive, megalomaniac trajectory.
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    (Original post by The Roast)
    With all due respect, Scotland can **** off if it wants to. It's just a ****ing burden to the UK anyway. Scotland has nothing of its own.
    So no respect, whether due or not?
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    Either you get over the fact that we're leaving the EU or you can **** OFF.
 
 
 
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