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New Brexit polls suggest shift in favour of leaving the EU

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5 results declared. No shocks.

Leave slightly ahead.

Kettering 61 Leave 39 Remain that is MASSIVE

But a long way to go and when including scotland it is less certain for either side

Very true,

I found the stance of Sturgeon and the SNP very strange. I would have thought that the best chance of Independence from the UK and remain in the EU would have been to vote out.

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Question.... If Scotland sway the balance of the vote in favour of remain and England are massively in favour of Leaving... will that not cause even greater divide in the U.K.?

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Support for leave is stronger than expected...there is hope!

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Question.... If Scotland sway the balance of the vote in favour of remain and England are massively in favour of Leaving... will that not cause even greater divide in the U.K.?

Who knows.

But this has just been tweeted.

Earlier, Sky's Isabel Webster in Cardiff reported concerns among Remain supporters that the majority of Wales would vote Out.

Wales gains more from the EU than any other country in the United Kingdom.

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Question.... If Scotland sway the balance of the vote in favour of remain and England are massively in favour of Leaving... will that not cause even greater divide in the U.K.?

Who knows.

But this has just been tweeted.

Earlier, Sky's Isabel Webster in Cardiff reported concerns among Remain supporters that the majority of Wales would vote Out.

Wales gains more from the EU than any other country in the United Kingdom.

Hmmm. Less people and more money going in. I'd presume because it is more rural, but I am no expert on Wales.

Hell, I'm not an expert on many things laugh.png

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WOW! this is close.

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Question.... If Scotland sway the balance of the vote in favour of remain and England are massively in favour of Leaving... will that not cause even greater divide in the U.K.?

Who knows.

But this has just been tweeted.

Earlier, Sky's Isabel Webster in Cardiff reported concerns among Remain supporters that the majority of Wales would vote Out.

Wales gains more from the EU than any other country in the United Kingdom.

If the UK should leave the EU it would have an extra 10 billion pounds to spend each year....they can still get their grants.

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Question.... If Scotland sway the balance of the vote in favour of remain and England are massively in favour of Leaving... will that not cause even greater divide in the U.K.?

Who knows.

But this has just been tweeted.

Earlier, Sky's Isabel Webster in Cardiff reported concerns among Remain supporters that the majority of Wales would vote Out.

Wales gains more from the EU than any other country in the United Kingdom.

If the UK should leave the EU it would have an extra 10 billion pounds to spend each year....they can still get their grants.

If the Welsh vote in the majority to remain... can we not just give them a few extra sheep and some wellingtons instead of money? whistling.gif

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Saw this on a UK Polling Report website:

'Just saw on Twitter that perhaps people in Sunderland thought they were voting to leave Sunderland.'smile.png

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WOW! this is close.

Overall, yes. But The English seem to be for leave in a BIG way ... so far.

But an overall UK difference of 2% is scary

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Question.... If Scotland sway the balance of the vote in favour of remain and England are massively in favour of Leaving... will that not cause even greater divide in the U.K.?

Who knows.

But this has just been tweeted.

Earlier, Sky's Isabel Webster in Cardiff reported concerns among Remain supporters that the majority of Wales would vote Out.

Wales gains more from the EU than any other country in the United Kingdom.

If the UK should leave the EU it would have an extra 10 billion pounds to spend each year....they can still get their grants.

None of that post were my words.

I think the point of it was that the remain camp made a big declaration of financial armaggedon. I continually made reference throughout the thread that the financial aspect was not really that high on peoples concerns.

Why would you care about financials if you are scraping a living on minimum wage or a zero hours contract.

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Massive out votes in Basildon and Hartlepool

68% and 70% respectively.

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It appears to me in England, the working class have shown Labour the finger. As with the Scottish referendum, their spokesperson s are blaming the government.

Wales leaning leave just now.

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Question.... If Scotland sway the balance of the vote in favour of remain and England are massively in favour of Leaving... will that not cause even greater divide in the U.K.?

Who knows.

But this has just been tweeted.

Earlier, Sky's Isabel Webster in Cardiff reported concerns among Remain supporters that the majority of Wales would vote Out.

Wales gains more from the EU than any other country in the United Kingdom.

If the UK should leave the EU it would have an extra 10 billion pounds to spend each year....they can still get their grants.

None of that post were my words.

I think the point of it was that the remain camp made a big declaration of financial armaggedon. I continually made reference throughout the thread that the financial aspect was not really that high on peoples concerns.

Why would you care about financials if you are scraping a living on minimum wage or a zero hours contract.

Unfortunately Financials play a major part in a country's wellbeing so I can't see how hurting it when it's still down (from the GFC) is going to improve things for people on minimum wage/zero hour contracts.

Which ever way it goes the people that have money will make more money from the result & the people who don't have money will be worse off.

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