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EU FALLING APART: Now HOLLAND wants its own referendum to follow historic Brexit vote watch

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    A whopping 88 per cent of people polled by a top Dutch newspaper said they would be in favour of an in/out vote along British lines.

    They have been inspired by possibility of Britain quitting the bloc on June 23 – and hope 'Nexit' will follow Brexit.

    The survey, carried out by De Telegraaf, will spark fears among Brussels chiefs that the bloc is on the verge of falling apart.

    Harry van Bommel, MP for Holland's Socialist Party, told Express.co.uk: "If Britain leaves, that will give other countries courage.

    "So now debate is beginning in the Netherlands about having a referendum on EU membership.

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    brexit sounds like a kettle manufacturer
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    The EU is falling apart as we speak, regardless of whether the UK leaves or not. It's a failure of a system.
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    (Original post by WustacheMax)
    The EU is falling apart as we speak, regardless of whether the UK leaves or not. It's a failure of a system.
    its not really though is it.
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    (Original post by Daniel9998)
    its not really though is it.
    It's quite a common view that this referendum result dosn't matter in the long term of the EU, due to the thoery that the collapse of the EU is inevitable. With the chaos caused by the EU and the growing rise of Euroscepticism, I don't see why it's not really.
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    (Original post by similarBlank)
    It's quite a common view that this referendum result dosn't matter in the long term of the EU, due to the thoery that the collapse of the EU is inevitable. With the chaos caused by the EUand the growing rise of Euroscepticism, I don't see why it's not really.
    lol where on earth did that theory come from
 
 
 
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