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On 23 Jun 2016 at 7:37am Englishman wrote:
Today is your chance to be free of regulations imposed by other countries with different languages and cultures. We managed very well before we joined the EU, and we can do so again.
Please go out and vote LEAVE.
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On 23 Jun 2016 at 7:43am Englishman wrote:
Today is your chance to be free from regulations imposed on us by countries with different languages and cultures. We managed very well before we joined the EU, and we can do so again.
Go out, and vote LEAVE!
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On 23 Jun 2016 at 8:01am Local wrote:
Yeah, the 70s were great weren't they? Vote Leave, see our economy decimated and put Gove, Johnson, Grayling, Murdoch and Desmond firmly in the driving seat. What a good idea. Not.
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On 23 Jun 2016 at 8:06am Spud wrote:
But before you do think on how your view might have been affected by decades of tabloid lies about the EU. See link.

The tabloids have been poisoning our minds against the EU for a long, long time. Do you think the owners of the tabloids have your interests at heart? Could it just be that the existence of the EU reduces the owners power over our government and so they have been trying to persuade us to take against the EU?

Seems more than likely to me.

Check it out here »
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On 23 Jun 2016 at 8:27am RichardJC wrote:
All those nasty laws, things like mobile phone chargers not catching fire like cheap Chinese imported ones sometimes do. Real problem those laws - and you kbow what? If we leave but still want to sell to the EU we'll still have to follow them.
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On 23 Jun 2016 at 9:33am Meldrew wrote:
Those of short memories and short trousers won't recall Norman Lamont nearly crapping himself on live telly as the ERM crisis worstened. Remember 15% interest rates? If you are on a nice artifiicially low mortage rate care of Mr Carney and his City mates, of course you want to keep things as they are.
A common thread in all this is that the advice is coming from our elders and betters who aren't short of a bob or two. Cameron and his predecessors have had plenty of time to get things right but wilt in the face of real opposition like Mrs Merkel - no short trousers there - so time's up.
No doubt Cameron won't be legging down to the Job Centre.
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On 23 Jun 2016 at 9:56am Clifford wrote:
Local wrote: 'Yeah, the 70s were great weren't they?'

The kind of historical ignorance we've come to expect. The UK joined the EEC in 1973 and so for the bulk of the 70s we were members.
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On 23 Jun 2016 at 10:28am Spud wrote:
Things didn't magically change the day we joined the EU you know Clifford. It's not like depression today, join EU, sun comes out tomorrow.
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On 23 Jun 2016 at 3:26pm U Like wrote:
Some of you are still members, well at least the head bit.


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