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Thank God we are out.

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On 26 Jun 2016 at 9:04am Bob wrote:
We are out of the EU so happy. Holland will be next then France. It is the end of the EU & we started it. Well done Britain so proud of every 1 who voted out. All the people who are moaning about us voting out go & move to Scotland. We are out so let's get on with it.
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On 26 Jun 2016 at 11:11am pn wrote:
Is , “Leave NATO and get Free KFC for life “democracy ? I would call it mob rule and I do not accept it . We now have a new Party called “Brexit “ which consists of a Fascist mob and fellow travellers who frequently wear Bow Ties and rarely have girlfriends . They are liars .
This Party has not merely promised increased funding for the NHS ,mor a poifflingt £8bn. In fact they promised £151bn of non-existent money as follows ….
More on the NHS
Cuts to VAT and council tax
Higher pensions, a better transport system
Replacements for the EU subsidies to the arts, science, farmers and deprived regions
Funding a £40bn hole which in the opinion of hired stooges( experts ) was the true position . That figure is growling daily

HSBC have already set up in Paris and the rest of the City will be looking at the loss of Passporting ; growth is stalling and it is only thanks to Mr Carney that we are still afloat. The EU is lining up to get us out as quickly as possible and we live in a leaderless country breaking up around us .

The phrase” Doing a Brexit” is already used to signify a foolish act much regretted ( sex with a colleague for example ).Also in classist terms, of ,anything typical of an imagined underclass .Going to Butlin’s or giving your children fashionable hairstyles “Is it a bit Brexit ?”. Shocking snobbery I know and I don`t approve, but there it is.
There is hope . As the sheer scale of calamity becomes so clear that even " Brexits” cannot deny it , it could be that the country will support Parliament in a minor readjustment of our relationship.
Lets hope so
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On 26 Jun 2016 at 11:24am . wrote:
Paul you are truly an odious little creep. You lost. Respect democracy and move on.
If you really cared about this country you would accept the result and try to build a more positive future. That you continually post on here like a maniac trying to do the country down shows how unhinged you are.
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On 26 Jun 2016 at 11:32am . . wrote:
Well said.
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On 26 Jun 2016 at 11:47am Polly Buzz-Off wrote:
Paul - are you Polly Toynbee in drag?
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On 26 Jun 2016 at 12:15pm Let them eat cake wrote:
PeNis is one self righteous arse, he believes he is ALWAYS right, he believes is is smarter then everyone else, believes we should bow to his views. It's pointless to try and get him to listen to other people's points, as far as he is concerned his is the only valid point. Give up trying and ignore him. Anyone who makes comments like he has in the past has forfeited any right to be taken seriously anyway. He is just as small minded as anyone google him to see for yourself.
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On 26 Jun 2016 at 12:23pm Tim wrote:
Andrew Marr very eloquently summed up why we are where we are at the start of his programme this morning. It was perfectly neutral and perfectly logical - did anyone see it?
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On 26 Jun 2016 at 12:53pm webbo wrote:
Here it is

Check it out here »
 
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On 26 Jun 2016 at 1:12pm PN wrote:
Marr is an ex editor of the Indepedent , always strongly pro EU. As a BBC employee if one side of the country thinks the world is flat and the other has a brain he is obliged to position the programme between sense and non-sense .
By far the most impressive summary was given by Blair . We are now beggining to see what a disaster this mob rule moment has been . The argument will make itself as jobs are lost and services cut
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On 26 Jun 2016 at 4:04pm Tim wrote:
Yep, that just about sums PN up - Posher, better educated, self confident, liberal, from the multi ethnic, urban class high on house prices and employment levels. That's why the older, bemused people in struggling communities voted leave. I blame you PN.
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On 26 Jun 2016 at 4:39pm Earl of Lewes wrote:
I Googled PN and discovered that before he lived here, he was active in local politics in Islington. That explains a lot.
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On 26 Jun 2016 at 4:54pm Bloke wrote:
Yes, Paul is the quintessential rootless cosmopolitan, destined to roam the world imparting his sneering, misogynistic bile wherever he settles. It's clear he has no fellow feeling for the folk of Sussex.
His purse is paid, let him now depart.
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On 26 Jun 2016 at 5:27pm Bob wrote:
The reason I voted was said very well by of all people David Cameron & I quote. If you don't agree with the government you can vote them out after 5 years. The trouble is we can't vote the people from the EU out. They sit there making our laws & running more & more of our country. I can't belive all the remain people are sulking. If we had of voted to stay in I would have been upset but I would have taken the news & moved on. Get over it, you lost. We survived before the EU & we will survive after it. Holland and France now want a vote to leave as well.
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On 27 Jun 2016 at 11:27am Zebedee wrote:
But we are not out.
 
 
On 28 Jun 2016 at 4:37pm Amen wrote:
Amen to that!
Thank God we are finally going to be free.


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