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    (Original post by Haviland-Tuf)
    The sarcasm would be funny if it weren't true. Most Brexiteers are generally racist pigs, when someone says they voted Brexit I just stop talking to them. These stupid Brexiteers have doomed us all. I hope we have another referendum.
    Hi there, I'm a proud Scottish Brexiteer! Let's be friends!
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    (Original post by Andrew97)
    Which is more than 48% who voted to remain, what’s your point?
    Just saying if you're gonna argue a point, try to do it correctly. Your initial statment implies that the majority of the UK wanted to leave the eu. I was pointing out this wasnt true.
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    (Original post by ScottishBrexitor)
    Hi there, I'm a proud Scottish Brexiteer! Let's be friends!
    Voting for economic turmoil and rejecting migrants from our neighbouring countries who are basically fueling many areas of our health service is nothing to be proud of, friend.
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    I’m sure they were some people in both sides who were racist... that’s not a surprise but each side was probably as equally as likely.
    Brexit certainly isn’t an excuse to be isolationist, indeed having more logical control over migration (without fear of what the bureaucrats in the EU say) is perfectly compatible with a more free market economy. Indeed, being within the EU in a sense restricts that, as trade becomes more concentrated within the bloc and the contributions made to help more economically unstable countries help no one in the long run. Should we stay in the customs union, we’d be a part of the EU in all but name, being in a worse position than we current are.
    The other point about leaving the EU allows us not to consistently deal with unelected bureaucrats in the EU and having to completely abide by EU law. This needlessly complicated things and tbh, a more specialised deal with individual countries is the way to go.
    (Original post by Haviland-Tuf)
    Voting for economic turmoil and rejecting migrants from our neighbouring countries who are basically fueling many areas of our health service is nothing to be proud of, friend.
    It’s not certain to be economic turmoil. Our health care system is failing, whether we’re in the EU or not - it’s simply under pressure from a growing and ageing population who have no other viable option at the moment. Throwing even more money (we currently have the highest NHS spending I believe) won’t help... we have an unsustainable service that has failed to evolve with the times
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    (Original post by KingHarold)
    We have not left the EU yet.
    Well duh! It was the boost in confidence and the optimism in Britain that saw this rise. People saw the shackles of the EU were soon to be removed.
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    (Original post by mrwb9876)
    Well duh! It was the boost in confidence and the optimism in Britain that saw this rise. People saw the shackles of the EU were soon to be removed.
    Who are these people?
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    (Original post by Haviland-Tuf)
    Who are these people?
    The majority of Brits, foreign governments and both national and international investors.
 
 
 
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