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    (Original post by Tawheed)
    Good! lets downsize our millitary.

    No more wars!
    At least there'll be no EU army.

    That, I admit, was a horrible idea.

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    (Original post by Anon_98)
    Don't doubt it.

    Believe. Belief is good.



    It will be fine. :'3



    I am studying. (':
    The Brexiters have not given any plans as to how the money lost from the EU will be compensated .Your asking me to have faith in the Tories and UKIP ?Even when most of the world`s top economists,including Nobel prize winners,say otherwise ?
    Have you ever heard of the corollary to Clarke`s first law ?
    "When, however, the lay public rallies round an idea that is denounced by distinguished but elderly scientists and supports that idea with great fervour and emotion -- the distinguished but elderly scientists are then, after all, probably right."
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    (Original post by Friar Chris)
    Yes, it's terrible. It might actually free the populations of other countries to actually take back their sovereignty from an unpopular, unelected and unaccountable oligarchich project :rolleyes:
    Yes, because sovereignty is much more important than the economy, trading, security and fair access laws. And those countries were definitely forced to join and were definitely not allowed to choose to leave because no one can do that - oh wait...

    Laughing at your ignorance doesn't make things better unfortunately. Although I expect nothing less considering your stance.
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    This was always about immigration, and it makes me sad that they're used as a scapegoat. This result reflects the division within the UK and the stupidity of the electorate
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    (Original post by drowzee)
    This was always about immigration, and it makes me sad that they're used as a scapegoat. This result reflects the division within the UK and the stupidity of the electorate
    I said this earlier, but someone on here called me arrogant

    It's true, Immigration is were the public felt that "their voices were not heard". It's all so disappointing
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    I wish I could stay up all night to collect the brexiters' tears but I have an exam tomorrow
    So...you were saying?
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    (Original post by drowzee)
    This was always about immigration, and it makes me sad that they're used as a scapegoat. This result reflects the division within the UK and the stupidity of the electorate
    This attitude is why remain lost.

    Immigration has so many negatives that have hurt million and millions of people, this was a chance to show that.
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    (Original post by TimmonaPortella)
    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.
    I didn't see the Lords getting overruled when they rejected Osborne's disability cuts. What about FPTP? Will Lord BoJo scrap it on day one?
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    WELP! That's 48% of our foreign investment gone.

    GG, Britain.

    (IDK if I'm allowed to post in this thread since I didn't pull an all-nighter but I did get up at 4am??? It sort of counts, right??)
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    The Brexiters have not given any plans as to how the money lost from the EU will be compensated .Your asking me to have faith in the Tories and UKIP ?Even when most of the world`s top economists,including Nobel prize winners,say otherwise ?
    Have you ever heard of the corollary to Clarke`s first law ?
    "When, however, the lay public rallies round an idea that is denounced by distinguished but elderly scientists and supports that idea with great fervour and emotion -- the distinguished but elderly scientists are then, after all, probably right."
    I quite frankly don't care about this enough for a debate. :rofl:
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    (Original post by The_Opinion)
    This attitude is why remain lost.

    Immigration has so many negatives that have hurt million and millions of people, this was a chance to show that.
    Open xenophobia like this is why I have no desire to stay in the country, and nor will many people with half a brain. Scotland will leave, Northern Ireland may follow, and you will be left with a far right isolationist paradise. Enjoy.
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    (Original post by drowzee)
    This was always about immigration, and it makes me sad that they're used as a scapegoat. This result reflects the division within the UK and the stupidity of the electorate
    People say Brexit will make Britain great again,but Britain no longer has India and the other colonies to steal resources from again:confused:,and companies will probably move factories to other places,so no idea how we are to be "great again".Its sad common sense has lost to appeal to emotion.
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    (Original post by Midlander)
    Open xenophobia like this is why I have no desire to stay in the country, and nor will many people with half a brain. Scotland will leave, Northern Ireland may follow, and you will be left with a far right isolationist paradise. Enjoy.
    Northern Ireland will not leave, that's just silly talk.

    Neither will Scotland, although Scotland is a more realistic claim.
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    So much salt already from remainers, kind of exposes what they are and always have been - whiny, spiteful children.
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    (Original post by The_Opinion)
    Northern Ireland will not leave, that's just silly talk.

    Neither will Scotland, although Scotland is a more realistic claim.
    I don't see what reason Scotland has to stay. And I say that as someone who voted for it to stay in 2014.
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    Naveed-7 and Audrey18 I can't believe it's happened guys. Happy Independence Day!!!!!!
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    How can people not see that the pound dropping so dramatically is foreshadowing the next year at least? With the pound being weak imports become more expensive - and we are a nation that SURVIVES ON IMPORTS.

    We're just basically all screwed, aren't we?

    (I'm genuinely terrified we're going to see an uptick in racism.)
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    (Original post by Midlander)
    Open xenophobia like this is why I have no desire to stay in the country, and nor will many people with half a brain. Scotland will leave, Northern Ireland may follow, and you will be left with a far right isolationist paradise. Enjoy.
    Scotland will probably hold another referendum, but I doubt NI will leave.

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    ''Oh oh oh let's vote leave and take back our britian'' said the 2 old ladies as they sit down for evening tea. F*** you old people
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    (Original post by Midlander)
    I don't see what reason Scotland has to stay. And I say that as someone who voted for it to stay in 2014.
    The same reasons that existed a couple of years ago. In fact, them reasons are even larger as oil prices are lower now.
 
 
 
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