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    All this for immigration....
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    (Original post by MBBPrincess)
    The only thing I'm slightly unhappy about is my dad started my ISA for me last year and put 15k in it and we planned to do that yearly. That money mayyyyy be gone as its a share ISA with fundsmith but otherwise. Bring it on.

    To those of us whose parents work in the city. This will be hard. But we will move past it. My dad lived through 2009. Do not be scared.
    Good comment. Some sectors of the city preferred remain (particularly investment bankers) but others (like forex traders) have said that actually there are great risks staying in the EU as the Germans have long wanted to introduce a Tobin Tax that would damage the City. Still other sectors like the insurance brokers and syndicates at Lloyds of London will be fine and they'll go on providing insurance to the entire world as they have done since the 18th century
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    zerohedge ‏@zerohedge 34s34 seconds ago
    ITV CALLS IT: LEAVE HAS WON THE EU REFERENDUM
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    I wonder if the PM, Corbyn & Farron will all still be leaders of their respective parties by the end of the week.
    Labour have been out-manoeuvred in traditional safe areas.
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    Leave seemed to have won.A very dark day indeed.
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    The cucks are foaming at the mouth but today democracy has delivered us freedom.
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    :sigh::sigh::sigh::sigh::sigh::sigh::sigh::sigh:
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    All this for immigration....
    It wasn't all about immigration. In fact I changed from Remain to Leave about a month ago and it was primarily about sovereignty and democratic accountability.7

    Arrogance like that which you just displayed is a big reason why Remain lost tonight
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    No shock that Hull went big, 68% out.

    (Original post by Aj12)
    Labour are really dancing around the immigration issue. They all say it is clearly a big issue, but none of them are willing to say how they will deal with it.
    Both Kirklees and Wakefield at a parliament level are fairly solid Labour.. both reject them in the referendum.
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    (Original post by Midlander)
    The pound is at a 30 year low against the dollar thanks to you morons.


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    Long term gain vs short term investment is quite a complicated subject, I know, but rumour has it that the financial markets are not linear.
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    (Original post by Fiduciam)
    :sigh::sigh::sigh::sigh::sigh::sigh::sigh::sigh:
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    It's official. We are out.
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    And BBC have called it for leave. Boom. Done. Crazy.

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    (Original post by jb1997)
    This is horrible, the pound is falling, i really hope all the leave voters suffer from this choice because I tell you, British people will regret it.
    What a snivelling douchenozzle you are.
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    Victory ! We have victory !!!!!!
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    A terrible day for the UK. Ignorance wins the day.
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    800k. There's going to be an outpouring of resentment from the remain camp.
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    (Original post by chemting)
    Tbf we don't know that for sure.

    Though in terms of probability...

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    No, a 5% drop is a resounding "I dont believe in the pound" from the world.

    We're at a 10% drop right now, even if remain wins the market has taken a serious blow from this.

    I am not an expert but I would definitely predict the economy to slip further as a result of this panic cycle.
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    All this for immigration....
    I'd say this is more about the principle of sovereignty above all else.
    I do think disenfranchisement has played some part amongst voters in the North however.
 
 
 
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