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millennialDictionary result for millennial
/mɪˈlɛnɪəl/Submit
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denoting people reaching young adulthood in the early 21st century. Anyway.



And that video is quite dramatically edited. Haha, desperate.

How would rejecting the Lisbon treaty have ripped up glastonbury goers futures anyway? He rejects the European Union full stop, as you well know. And no, leavng the EU will not rip up Glastonbury goers futures. But as all their glasses are half empty is a waste of time telling them.
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millennialDictionary result for millennial
/mɪˈlɛnɪəl/Submit
adjective
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denoting people reaching young adulthood in the early 21st century. Anyway.



And that video is quite dramatically edited. Haha, desperate.

How would rejecting the Lisbon treaty have ripped up glastonbury goers futures anyway? He rejects the European Union full stop, as you well know. And no, leavng the EU will not rip up Glastonbury goers futures. But as all their glasses are half empty is a waste of time telling them.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millennials
You're right, the age range has drifted it seems.

Meh not desparate, it's true, is there a full clip? ie without the jarring cutting. It doesn't refer to a referendum in the UK on EU membership.

Yeah he probably does, although that's not discussed as part of this clip.

Leaving the EU might well rip up their futures. Not ratifying Lisbon wouldn't have though.
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Do we have a photo of his ballot slip?

The correct title of the thread is Corbyn campaigned (half-heartedly) for remain. Not voted.

Voting in this country is not a publicly transparent process. We have a secret ballot for a reason.

It is entirely reasonable for Corbyn to publicly support remain but vote leave.
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You're right, the age range has drifted it seems.

Meh not desparate, it's true, is there a full clip? ie without the jarring cutting. It doesn't refer to a referendum in the UK on EU membership.

Yeah he probably does, although that's not discussed as part of this clip.

Leaving the EU might well rip up their futures. Not ratifying Lisbon wouldn't have though.
Can I ask you something?

Do you believe when Corbyn was alone in the voting booth that he ignored his anti-EU stance of the previous 40 or so years and put an x next to the remain option?
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Can I ask you something?

Do you believe when Corbyn was alone in the voting booth that he ignored his anti-EU stance of the previous 40 or so years and put an x next to the remain option?
Can I refer you back to my unambiguous answer of a month ago?

If you're going to bump your own thread at least have the kindness not to ask questions which have already been answered.

Do you believe when Teresa was alone in the voting booth that she ignored her anti-EU stance of the previous 40 or so years and put an x next to the remain option?
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More proof that Corbyn pulled the wool over the eyes of the young Glastonbury 'wet behing the ears' crew. "Oh, Jeremy Corbyn"

Let’s assume the video is accurate, has he said anything wrong?

1. He said that the EU were trying to build a European empire. They are doing so with closer political and fiscal integration.

2. He said that they would make you vote again, if you vote “wrongly”. They did that in Ireland, Greece and other countries. We, in the UK, are in the process of voting again (remember the democratic “people’s vote”?).

3. He said they would build a military machine. They are doing so with the early stages of creating a European Army that Cameron, Corbyn, May and even the Americans have rejected.

It is fine that you hate Corbyn and try to assassinate his character, so that people would hate him as well. However, please try to keep your bias to one side and really listen to the message.

In this country, we have voted for a relationship with the EU that did not turn out to be what they claimed. Those people are cautioning us to be careful with the emotional politics. Yet, some millenials (as usual) think they are wiser than those, who came before them.
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Can I refer you back to my unambiguous answer of a month ago?

If you're going to bump your own thread at least have the kindness not to ask questions which have already been answered.

Do you believe when Teresa was alone in the voting booth that she ignored her anti-EU stance of the previous 40 or so years and put an x next to the remain option?
She voted leave, she was desperate for Cameron's job.
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Let’s assume the video is accurate, has he said anything wrong?

1. He said that the EU were trying to build a European empire. They are doing so with closer political and fiscal integration.

2. He said that they would make you vote again, if you vote “wrongly”. They did that in Ireland, Greece and other countries. We, in the UK, are in the process of voting again (remember the democratic “people’s vote”?).

3. He said they would build a military machine. They are doing so with the early stages of creating a European Army that Cameron, Corbyn, May and even the Americans have rejected.

It is fine that you hate Corbyn and try to assassinate his character, so that people would hate him as well. However, please try to keep your bias to one side and really listen to the message.

In this country, we have voted for a relationship with the EU that did not turn out to be what they claimed. Those people are cautioning us to be careful with the emotional politics. Yet, some millenials (as usual) think they are wiser than those, who came before them.
I llike Corbyn, he's comedy gold. He'll keep the Tories in power while he's leader and may help secure Brexit. What's not to like?
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I llike Corbyn, he's comedy gold. He'll keep the Tories in power while he's leader and may help secure Brexit. What's not to like?
Corbyn wants to leave as well. So it may be a win-win for him. To him, it may be better to leave than be PM.
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Corbyn 100% voted to leave by in 2016. No question about it
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Corbyn 100% voted to leave by in 2016. No question about it
So? We know that already.
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