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    wow. we're out. I hope the ignorant idiots who voted leave are happy :P
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    IT'S OFFICIAL LEAVE HAS WON YESSSSSSsSSSSSSSSSS
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    (Original post by cbreef)
    The only upside I can see to this is Cameron and his cronies are going.

    Not long until PM Johnson takes his position
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    Now let boris be PM and make Britain great again
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    All this for immigration....
    :facepalm:

    Immigration is part of the bigger picture.
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    All this for immigration....
    I know right, it's pathetic.
    And these immigrants that many are against are people just like we are. Many of those in favour of leaving subtly refer to these people as if they are harmful, barbaric savages. I mean, the whole- if we remain rape stats will increase??? Excuse you>> I find many of these 'opinions' disgusting. They are people. To those that tried insinuating this, stop speaking of them as if you're some how more important and that as if brits are so how more civilised or 'controlled'.
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    (Original post by Josb)
    The biggest constituencies are still unknown (Birmingham (700K voters), Leeds (500K), Bradford (340K), Cornwall (420K)).

    Birmingham is a small leave win apparently.
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    (Original post by chemting)
    One would hope so.

    But its England

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    :rofl: smalling to score an own goal😉

    Really pissed we are leaving the EU tbh
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    Leave won Birmingham.

    https://twitter.com/BhamUpdates?ref_...Ctwgr%5Eauthor
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    (Original post by Thutmose-III)
    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
    Bang on the money!!

    My dad is a portfolio manager who manages the insurance shares of his firm (good guess)!the portfolio he helps manage is worth in the 10s of billions so he isn't an idiot and has worked through every market dip and lived to tell the tale of 2009 and thats what his speciality is and he told me insurance will be fine.

    We lived through 2009 guys. We've got this.

    Most of the fund managers, particularly the long term value investors have said it'll be rough but the market will balance itself. If we got past 2009 we can get past this.
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    (Original post by physicsphysics91)
    Now let boris be PM and make Britain great again
    Great minds think a like, look at my post above this quoted post.
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    There's a tear on my cheek. Really. This is terrible.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    If Birmingham and Leeds don't go solid remain then there's simply no way enough councils will give it to Remain even including the remaining London councils.
    Birmingham Leave by 50.5%, so it's over.
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    This is not the outcome I wanted at all. I hope it turns out to be less of a concern than people expect, yet I have a feeling my optimism is unjustified.

    In these circumstances we must begin to strive back towards true liberalism and effective leadership. And it's painted orange.

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    (Original post by CherishFreedom)
    Mathematically impossible for Remain to win now. Leave has won.
    No, it's not. Remain could possibly win, but it's unlikely.
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    **** off David beckham, **** off Jamie Oliver **** all those who told us to vote remain with your fear mongering
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    (Original post by Llewellyn)
    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.
    You're probably right. I'm no expert either.

    Maybe it was wishful thinking on my part.
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    (Original post by dragonzrmetal)
    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.
    How long will it take to recover? When are we going to get back to break even? Is life ever going to be much better than it is now?


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    Can I say this, we have just upset an entire continent. I think we have just completely f***ed the Europe Project for everyone. Expect the European Union to gradually dissolve. I think they'll ditch the euro too. Good luck with your future holidays
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    No, it's not arrogance. Immigration seems like the biggest most influential reason for people voting leave.
    You said it was all because of immigration.

    None of the people I know who decided to vote Leave did so for immigration related reasons. They all did it for reasons of sovereignty, democratic accountability and opposition to the EU's corporatist agenda
 
 
 
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