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Brexit Discussion

Discussion in 'SC Archive' started by FrenchTart, Sep 11, 2016.

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  1. Dolph

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    Why should highlighting that your opinion is divorced from reality be immature?

    Why should you be allowed to mislead people unchallenged?
     
  2. do_ron_ron

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    Much as I would like Labour to get it's act together and give another Referendum, as @Murphy said Labour did say they would support a second Referendum if they could not get an election. Based on what they have said they would try for a different WA thereafter.
     
  3. do_ron_ron

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    That's fair.
     
  4. Tony Edwards

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    That still doesnt make me a
     
  5. do_ron_ron

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    I never said that though that was @Dolph.
     
  6. Tony Edwards

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    Yeah I know that. Im just pointing out the quote you replied to was the end result of Dolph saying that, is all.
     
  7. AthlonXP1800

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    what a load of rubbish!

    Corbyn did not voted to leave, he voted to remain so he is a remainer, not a brexiteer.

    https://twitter.com/jeremycorbyn/status/745886722987294720?lang=en

    Arnold Schwarzenegger commented on brexit said “People are strange when they vote. Did they know all the facts?”

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9156241/brexit-wrecking-mps-stop-boris-johnson-leadership/

    You should stop lie and mislead other people without know all the facts.

    Brexiteers voted to leave without know all the facts, lied and mislead other people.

    Get your facts straight!
     
  8. Harlequin

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    Location: Eastbourne , East Sussex.

    Hearing from a good friend who is involved at a regional level, that TBP will get at least 30 seats nationally, and closer to 40. LD are second followed by GRN then LAB, CON are holding on to 5th, but could slip.
     
  9. Sleepery

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    Well that's us told :D
     
  10. Quartz

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    36 seats is an absolute majority and the d'Hondt system tends to water down majorities so I wonder what share of the vote they really got? We'll find out in an hour.
     
  11. Harlequin

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    South East region im hearing 42% , but that could climb
     
  12. Litmoose

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    Le Pen projected first in France too
     
  13. thenewoc

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    That will prove the polls to be a load of cod's wallop.
     
  14. ricid

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    Is it time for an EU results thread? I'd start one but I'm shy.
     
  15. chroniclard

    Capodecina

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    Location: Hertfordshire

    Why bother, nobody has ever given a toss about the EU in the UK.
     
  16. ricid

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    Haha, I've actually been finding the various live streams really interesting - It's highlighting how ignorant I am of politics in much of Europe. Unless people are rioting it just doesn't seem to get covered here.
     
  17. ic1male

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    I can't believe my parents voted for The Brexit Party despite what I told them! Thank goodness it wasn't the proper People's Vote.
     
  18. joey1211

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    I feel your pain. In their seventies with not much money, struggle to put the heating on in winter. Yet it's "Brexit all the way" :(
     
  19. StriderX

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    The polls didn’t account for voters not being allowed to vote... but you’ll just ignore that to make a **** comment right?
     
  20. thenewoc

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    Location: West Sussex, England

    Always an excuse!
     
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