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    I decided to vote leave for the meme magic and to drink from the tears of the left wing youth.
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    I voted to put pressure on both France and Germany, who have growing eurosceptic populations and elections next year.

    Also, I knew that if we left Dave would resign
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    Why do you keep mentioning "meme magic" in every thread, are you mentally unwell?
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    (Original post by James David)
    I voted to put pressure on both France and Germany, who have growing eurosceptic populations and elections next year.

    Also, I knew that if we left Dave would resign
    Very good reason. Cameron went to the EU for renegotiations and came back with nothing, the EU needs to feel the pressure.
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    (Original post by 99_Problems)
    Why do you keep mentioning "meme magic" in every thread, are you mentally unwell?
    Just high on independence,
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    There are big problems with the EU related to things like accountability, conflicts of interest and the influence of big business, a bit like our own government, and I saw no evidence that the necessary EU reform would ever happen. Then you have the fact that the EU is only going to go one way and that's towards further integration, which I don't want us to be a part of.

    If the remain campaign were a lot more aggressive in their renegotiations and there were credible proposals for significant reform then I could have been persuaded to vote remain. I was undecided until the last few weeks, though I have always leaned towards the Euroskeptic side.
 
 
 
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