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Old 23rd May 2016, 14:18   #11
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Think you're right Harry, the EU might just fold like pack of cards if we opt for out
The French are looking at their own Frexit, as well as a few other countries

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Old 23rd May 2016, 14:28   #12
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In ? Out? I shall just shake it all about
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Think you're right Harry, the EU might just fold like pack of cards if we opt for out
Be no shortage of cheap office space in Brussels if it does!
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Old 23rd May 2016, 14:50   #14
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10 minutes ago I heard on Radio 2 a professional commercial for the Leave camp. A pleasant and charming lady made no claims, no hysterics, told no lies. Just moderately toned requests to do this, that, or the other. A welcome change from the increasingly frantic jack-in-the-box antics of the other side and all the more convincing for it.

In my paper today a lifetime friend and political ally of Cameron, Steve Hilton, has broken cover and rubbished most of what his now former friend, I imagine, has said about the reasons to Remain. Hilton was extremely close to Cameron and is the one who advised him to go for the leadership. He was virtually live-in at No. 10 throughout Cameron's occupancy. This won't go down well at all.
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Politicians are well aware that the majority of the UK population have had it up to here with the EU

Do you think they have put this Brexit to the public vote without a carefully designed plan to counter it if the great unwashed vote out?

Vote rigging keeps springing to mind.

Call me paranoid.....


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In ? Out? I shall just shake it all about
Sounds fun, therefore probably against EU rules.
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Out for me, I'm more concerned about what it will be like in 20 years when my children have to compete in the big wide world. Our population is now almost 65 million, 5 million of that total has been since 2002 according to Radio 2 yesterday, doesn't matter what way you look at it that rate of immigration to an island can only end one way.

Our door needs closing so we can build some homes for the people already here. No point letting more people in when we can't house the ones already here

The government could use some of the £350 million they will be saving a week to build some new affordable housing, and it should only be available to people who have resided here for 15yrs at least. That would stop all this buying from abroad overnight.
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Out for me, I'm more concerned about what it will be like in 20 years when my children have to compete in the big wide world. Our population is now almost 65 million, 5 million of that total has been since 2002 according to Radio 2 yesterday, doesn't matter what way you look at it that rate of immigration to an island can only end one way.

Our door needs closing so we can build some homes for the people already here. No point letting more people in when we can't house the ones already here

The government could use some of the £350 million they will be saving a week to build some new affordable housing, and it should only be available to people who have resided here for 15yrs at least. That would stop all this buying from abroad overnight.
Are you always this sensible this early .

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Everything you have said is spot on..
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Out for me, I'm more concerned about what it will be like in 20 years when my children have to compete in the big wide world. Our population is now almost 65 million, 5 million of that total has been since 2002 according to Radio 2 yesterday, doesn't matter what way you look at it that rate of immigration to an island can only end one way.

Our door needs closing so we can build some homes for the people already here. No point letting more people in when we can't house the ones already here

The government could use some of the £350 million they will be saving a week to build some new affordable housing, and it should only be available to people who have resided here for 15yrs at least. That would stop all this buying from abroad overnight.
I agree with you but one of the Scandinavian countries (not sure which one) has a trade agreement with the EU but the caveat is they must have an open border policy. Even if we leave we will be tied in a similar way when we want to trade with the EU.
I am fed up of listening to it too, I wonder if we'd get our fishing waters back?
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Old 24th May 2016, 07:22   #20
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I'm with you Derek. Those who want to stay spend most of their time scaremongering, saying if we leave we're doomed; those who want to leave say everything will be wonderful. How can you make a considered decision based on that
I agree Steve, we should be left alone to make our own decisions based on what we see and hear on the TV etc, after all if we are eligible to vote means we are adults and should be treated as such
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