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Remoaners are Traitors and Enemies of the People.

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On 17 Feb 2017 at 1:20pm Brexit is best wrote:
If they don`t like this country and its people they should GET OUT.There is no place for them here anymore.They should go and live in their beloved European Union.Its OUR country now. DO ONE TRAITORS .LEAVE!
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 1:32pm Pedrope wrote:
Hello "Brexit is best". Do you live in Lewes? Tell us a bit about your neighbourhood. Any local issues you need help with? A number for mental health services perhaps?
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 1:55pm The Greek wrote:
So democratic of you. If you don't agree with me, get out. Maybe try North Korea?
Outbursts like this do nothing to help your cause and reaffirm the prejudices attached to it.
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 1:59pm Geography wrote:
Silly The Greek, North Korea isn't in the EU!
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 2:47pm Oh Dear wrote:
This is just the sort of moron that the remainers talk about. And these people were given a vote!!!
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 3:02pm Here Here wrote:
its about time somebody put them in their place .Well said Brexit is Best.
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 3:12pm ar10642 wrote:
The airports and ports will be a bit busy with the news that 16,141,241 people will be leaving the UK with immediate effect. This is due to them having seen the light because of the persuasive, articulate and wise words of "Brexit is best" and "Here Here" (sic) on the Lewes forum.
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 4:48pm Oh Dear wrote:
And what sort of country would they be left with if all the Remainers did move to France? With people like Brexit is Best and Here Here running the country it would go down the pan in days!
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 5:19pm Brexiteer wrote:
A new ICM poll shows 68% of voters want the government to “get on with implementing the result of the referendum”, compared to just 15% who disagree. Even more Remain voters (42%) agree with the statement than disagree (33%).
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 5:40pm Newms wrote:
This confusing support for Brexit with a realisation that a decisive Brexit win cannot be undone much though anyone of sense might wish it otherwise. The same poll showed that over half (54%) of those surveyed backed either extending negotiations if a satisfactory deal could not be reached, or halting the process altogether while the public was consulted for a second time.
Meanwhile the BBCs polling expert interviewed just now came up with the staggering fact that of the two camps Leave and Remain , on each side 90% said they were convinced they would be better off after Brexit Well the pound is down 20% against the dollar and 12% against the Euro , The National debt ceiling has had to be pushed to 90p% of GDP tax rises are hitting the high street and inflation is rising so …errrm they were kind of wrong weren’t they . Incidentally the rises in taxes have been much greater then people seem to realise
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 5:45pm Newms wrote:
Hmmm Lost post
This confusing support for Brexit with a realisation that a decisive Brexit win cannot be undone much though anyone of sense might wish it otherwise. The same poll showed that over half (54%) of those surveyed backed either extending negotiations if a satisfactory deal could not be reached, or halting the process altogether while the public was consulted for a second time.
Meanwhile the BBCs polling expert interviewed just now came up with the staggering fact that of the two camps Leave and Remain , on each side 90% said they were convinced they would be better off after Brexit Well the pound is down 20% against the dollar and 12% against the Euro , The National debt ceiling has had to be pushed to 90p% of GDP tax rises are hitting the high street and inflation is rising so …errrm they were kind of wrong weren’t they . Incidentally the rises in taxes have been much greater then people seem to realise
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 5:57pm Very sad wrote:
This is perfect example of why this 'local' forum is dying on its @rse. RIP LEWES FORUM
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 6:06pm Erm... wrote:
There are only so many times we can talk about Bill's chairs 'Very Sad'.
National politics happens to people in Lewes as well you know!
 
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 6:39pm Jeff wrote:
@verysad maybe you could post your own local interest topic
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 7:49pm Earl of Lewesss wrote:
'Brexit is best' is yet another fake post from the anti-Brexit person who thinks that writing fake right wing nutter rants is the way to discredit the Leave lobby. Perhaps they're right, as people seem to fall for it every time. At least Paul Newman says what he thinks.
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On 17 Feb 2017 at 8:10pm Pearliegirliestar wrote:
Never mind. School on Monday, but I hope you had a good week off BrexitisBest.
 
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On 18 Feb 2017 at 9:30am Harry wrote:
Brexit is best = La La La, I can't hear you.
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On 18 Feb 2017 at 10:38am Newms wrote:
Lets look at facts General Motors have made nothing but losses out of Europeans motor which is over supplied. That why they have sold Vauxhall to Peugot who will rationalise the business .
So which job are going to get rationalised ?
Well Peugeot is part owned by the French government a large slice by the Peugeot family and the UK has just made itself the worst place in Europe in which to make cars . In fact due to the supply chain( 75% of components are imported) the dropping pound does not help at all and the origin checks at each border crossing make it difficult even to make cars for the UK market here . Think about that !!!
The Unions sound grim and it was sad to hear them still talking about the importance of the EU market of which we no longer a part. The UK government are doing all they can but they ca`t do much and they certainly cannot start subsidising domestic jobs , not if we want to have any trading rights under WTO or otherwise.
So that 4500 jobs at the two plants at risk and then up to 23,000 ancillary jobs and the affect on the local economy
Good old Brexit and one factor you should not miss here is the sheer animosity towards uis that we have created on the Continent , Brexit volkk like to talk about Le Pen and other rightist anti EU groupos and forget all the people and power invested in the EU which is furious wiuth the UK and in no mood to be reasonable
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On 18 Feb 2017 at 10:48am Harry wrote:
Brexit lies. Well, some of them.
We send £350m a week to Brussels
We can’t stop Turkey joining
We can’t stop a European army
We are still liable to pay eurozone bailouts
The UK rebate can be changed against our will
Our VAT exemptions will be ended
Cameron’s deal was not legally binding
EU law is adopted by unelected bureaucrats
We can’t control our borders in the EU
Criminals arriving in Germany can get EU passports and come over here
Health tourism costs us billions
EU needs UK trade more than vice versa
Past referendum results have been ignored
Auditors still refuse to sign off the accounts
CAP adds £400 to British food bills
British steel suffers because of the EU
Irish border will be unaffected by Brexit
UK can’t deport EU criminals
UK is always outvoted
60-70% of laws come from EU
Renationalisation of industries is impossible
We get no veto on future treaty change or integration
The budget ceiling can increase without our consent
We thought we were only joining a free trade zone
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On 18 Feb 2017 at 3:47pm Not Newms wrote:
Goodbye to Vauxhall and 4,000 UK jobs..Another stunning Brexit success.
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On 19 Feb 2017 at 1:37pm Remoaner wrote:
People like the OP make me want to wipe my backside with the Union Jack.
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On 19 Feb 2017 at 9:12pm Editrix wrote:
It's astonishing how angry the Brexiteers all still seem to be despite their victory. I'm not sure that their fury isn't more a general response to modern life as opposed to the European Union. All this inward looking nationalism is both pathetic and depressing.


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