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    (Original post by Naveed-7)
    Absolutely.


    It is time for us to enjoy our £350 million and our democracy.

    It is time to enjoy our affordable taxes and controlled borders.

    It is time to make new free trade deals which will be very possible.

    It is time for Denmark and Sweden to have their EU referendum next and get out of the corrupt, evil, power hungry EU.
    So you're still a f**king idiot it seems. Ignorance is bliss
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    (Original post by Naveed-7)
    It is time for us to enjoy our £350 million and our democracy.
    You do realise that if the UK wants to engage in the European single market, they still have to follow the EU's rules?
    And if the UK isn't in the EU, they have zero part in writing those rules.
    Doesn't sound more democratic to me.
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    Bradford voting leave hoooly
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    British expats living overseas are going to be affected the most because of this.
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    Pure AIDS, millions of people celebrating as the economy crashes around them lol
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    (Original post by Casserole)
    London and Scotland must be so pissed off with the rest of the UK
    Indeed, I am sitting there crushed by the results.
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    (Original post by drowzee)
    I was too tired to stay awake but fml :erm: What is wrong with people
    I didn't stay awake just for this. I'm practically nocturnal now.
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    Ugh my constituency votes leave.
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    Nicola Sturgeon: "Scotland sees it's future as part of the EU"
    Uh oh. Well done. Bye bye UK
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    (Original post by Midlander)
    The EU does not force us into using FPTP or having a House of Lords. Fecking idiot.


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    There's no need to resort to personal insults. Just calm down
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    (Original post by RobML)
    You do realise that if the UK wants to engage in the European single market, they still have to follow the EU's rules?
    And if the UK isn't in the EU, they have zero part in writing those rules.
    Doesn't sound more democratic to me.
    EXACTLY!!!
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    I seriously doubt.
    Don't doubt it.

    Believe. Belief is good.

    Science in this country is already underfunded as it is. A huge amount of funding comes from the EU. I have no idea where this lost money will now come from. 350 million per week saved has been promised by the Brexiters to cover the lost cash has been promised for virtually everything .Im sceptical that the tories leading the Brexit campaign who were in govt during years of austerity ,will suddenly start spending.
    It will be fine. :'3

    Shouldnt you be studying C4 ?
    I am studying. (':
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    I do wonder that if this was down to a working class vote and they remain politically engaged, we may see a genuine re-emergence of left wing politics from its current torpor and a shift away from the dominant centre right.
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    Lol.. Bradford voted Out but Leeds just in.

    How in the hell did that happen.
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    (Original post by Midlander)
    The EU does not force us into using FPTP or having a House of Lords. Fecking idiot.


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    The Commons can overrule the Lords, you complete, insufferable cretin -- not so the EU institutions.

    The best part of this vote is that we hopefully we won't have to hear this line too much anymore.
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    Ugh my constituency votes leave.
    Mine too.
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    (Original post by cbreef)
    I was actually making the remark about the fact they were part built by our EU countries and allies
    They're still our allies. We're building the F-35 with the US who aren't in any kind of trade bloc with us.

    The UK Typhoons are built at the BAe factory in Warton & we're actually undertaking final deliveries now if I remember correctly. This makes zero difference.
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    (Original post by Angelo12231)
    Britiain as we know it is gone.

    Yes, the shackled pathetic Britain is over, now comes a new age of prosperity and success!
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    This feels worst than failing an A level exam
 
 
 
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