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On 25 Jun 2016 at 8:40am Winner wrote:
In your FACE Remainers! Not only is the Calais camp moving here so we control our borders instead of the French but check this out too! Freedom of movement across the EU is going to stay! Our decision looks better every day!

Check it out here »
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 8:45am Landport Bottom wrote:
Enough of all this mass hysteria. Do yourselves a favour and wake up to the fact that you are being manipulated by the media.
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 9:16am Trainspotter wrote:
The Leave camp's lies are being revealed thick and fast now. Hanrahan above says that free movement of labour will stay (whilst we lose our rights to live, love, study and retire in 27 other countries). Farage reveals that £350m a week will not be spent on the NHS.

This referendum has been the biggest con job in the UKs history. Ever feel you've been taken for fools?

Unfortunately you've taken the rest of us with you.
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 9:21am Farage white ? wrote:
Freudian slip?
 
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 9:24am Sam wrote:
I am confused Brexiter, you think it's a positive thing that the refugee camps are moving to England? How so?
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 9:28am Winner wrote:
We wanted control of our borders. This is control of our borders. As part of our membership the EU has done this for us in France but now we've taken our country back we will be doing this instead. It's what we wanted isn't it? Control of our own borders without EU interference? Don't tell me people voted without looking into what it would mean!
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 9:55am Trainspotter wrote:
The Leave camp conned you into voting for Brexit and now they've won they're terrified!

Leave campaigner and Conservative Politician Dr Liam Fox told BBC News: “A lot of things were said in advance of this referendum that we might want to think about again and that (invoking article 50) is one of them."

Tosser. Too scared to press the exit button. He's woken up to what it will mean for the UK.
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 10:39am PROEU wrote:
'Winner' ahaha you think you're a winner?! Just wait... I don't see how you find any of this positive... Soon we will have our own little Calais jungle as France will not be controlling the borders... And you are happy with that?? You brexiters are sounding stupider and stupider as the days go on. People like you voting for my future? Laughable. How about you listen to the experts instead of Farage, Johnson and Gove and realise what a muppet you have been! That's for screwing up my future
Yours sincerely,
An educated economics and politics student.
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 11:52am Trainspotter wrote:
And thanks for ruining my son's chances of you g to a European University.

You fools.

'Leave campaigner Nigel Evans has denied immigration will fall after the UK voted to leave the EU. The Conservative MP said there had been some “misunderstanding” over the Leave campaign’s position on reducing immigration.

Speaking to BBC Radio 5 live’s Stephen Nolan, he said the Leave campaign’s plan was to “control” immigration and not necessarily reduce it.'

You've been taken for the simpletons you truly are.
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 11:57am Mom wrote:
Re the promised Aussie points system promised by brexiteers, will we also have a prison island to warehouse people while we (dont bother to) process fhem?
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 1:06pm Prawnsandwich wrote:
Well look in the bright side at least Boris will get the premier job that he's always wanted on the back of taking everyone for a ride. (And I'm not taking about bikes!)
 
 
On 25 Jun 2016 at 1:15pm Metatron wrote:
The trolls are out in force on this bright sunny morning arn't they. Its only being 24 hours so don't get too carried away.
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 1:28pm Clifford wrote:
Trainspotter wrote: 'And thanks for ruining my son's chances of you g to a European University.'

Have you checked this yet, Trainspotter? I had friends who went to German and French universities BEFORE we joined the EEC in 1973. Are things different now. There are many American students at, I know, the LSE and Oxford. The US isn't in the EU, is it? Finally, I know it may seem unfair to you, but we can't make broad political decisions on the basis of whether or not it suits your family.
 
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 2:10pm Doh wrote:
Very limited numbers on scholarships or large fees. Not the same as being able to study in any EU university of your choosing.
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 2:13pm PROEU wrote:
Cliff, the decision didn't suit the next generation as 75% of 18-25 year olds voted remain and many 16-17 year olds felt the same. These are the people that will run our country and provide you with your pension and you have left them at a disadvantage. I feel sorry for your family, your grandchildren as their grandfather has be self absorbed and only thought about his generation- if you were thinking about their future you would have voted very differently and it's quite clear that your comment to 'trainspotter' strengthens my point- 'trainspotter' is thinking towards his sons future not his own.
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 2:22pm Winner wrote:
I'm sorry PROEU you simplly don't understand. No-one was taken for a ride in this election, and everyone made an informed decision. Therefore it is a good thing we are getting what they wanted. Cornwall voting for Brexit and now worried about the EU lifeline that's kept them going for the past decade disappearing? That's what they wanted, and they are getting that. How is that not a good thing? They now want the money off the Government they've just ensured has even less money than ever before. While that's not such a good thing it is at least funny. If you'd like another laugh read the panic comments in the Daily Mail from Brexiters wishing they'd been told the economic consequences of their vote beforehand. But it's what they voted for, and they are getting it. Democracy in action. Let's celebrate!
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 2:42pm Big dick wrote:
Let's make love not war man
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 2:53pm Trainspotrer wrote:
Winner said:
'No-one was taken for a ride in this election, and everyone made an informed decision'.

Actually many made a decision based on what the Leave campaign have today admitted were their lies: £350m a week sent to the UE, all channeled to the NHS post-Brexit, now admit immigration won't change, etc.

The Daily Mail have just explained to their readers what Brexit will mean to them. The readers comments are funny and tragic at the same time. Thee are many along the lines of 'why wasn't I told this at the time'.

Check it out here »
 
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 5:45pm Local wrote:
Pay for him if it's that important to you, Doh. And stop expecting others to pick up the tab for your family's little self-indulgencies.
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 8:25pm Calais border control wrote:
For a bunch of smug so called educated types who all know better than the poor, dumb animals who were conned into voting Leave, some of you seem pretty gullible. There is literally no way France will stop having our border controls in Calais, literally no way.

Imagine if you will a gentleman called Jaques and another called Dave. Jaques is a bit skint so Dave says he needs somewhere to store his lawnmower and if Jaques doesn't mind keeping it in his shed, Dave will pay him fifty quid. They sign a bit of paper to this effect and everyone is happy.

A few weeks later, Dave votes in the local election the way Jaques doesn;'t agree with. Jaques straight away takes Dave's lawnmower back round but refuses to pay back the fifty quid.

Some time later, Jaques is skint again. This time he goes to see Herman and asks to borrow a tenner, saying that he'll pay it back in a week. Herman knows Jaques; past though and knows that Jaques basically reneged on his deal with Dave. Herman decides he can't trust Jaques to not do the same thing again so he doesn't lend Jaques any money. Jaques ends up bankrupt and homeless, he is sad about this.
That's a simplistic view of international diplomacy sure but the basis is sound. If France tear up an international treaty who is ever going to deal with them again in the future? If they rip up that agreement, what's to stop us ripping up the rules that give French companies huge subsidies for running our railways? What stops us cancelling the ridiculously good deal with EDF energy to build new powerstations? International diplomacy just doesn't work like that and you people who believe the tripe about it
in the papers are as ignorant as all the people you are so snobbishly accusing of ruining the country.
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On 25 Jun 2016 at 11:04pm Trainspotter wrote:
As you said it's simple. It also has no bearing on reality.

The real issue is that you are simple, as are the majority of people who voted Brexit and the situation is complex. Too complex for at least 50% of UK citizens to grasp it seems.


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