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New Brexit polls suggest shift in favour of leaving the EU

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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.

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I would like to think that it much more than giving the finger to respective Parties.

Much prefer to think that the whole Political System in the UK is getting the boot in the swingers that it very much needs.

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With England 60 % / 40% in favour of LEAVE (currently) and Scotland 61% / 39% in favour of remain....

Can we have a Trump style Hadrians Wall please? One with machine guns on top?

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A labour councillor arrested at the Oxford count.

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My county has voted....

66% LEAVE 34% Remain

Sensible people !!

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No doubt: the trend is going for "leave"; and that will be the result is my prediction.

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Remain just take the lead

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My county has voted....

66% LEAVE 34% Remain

Sensible people !!

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They may have "voted" but only a fraction of the results are in yet so you don't know how they've voted

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Remain just take the lead

Yeah. Scotland are certainly helping the Remain figures.

Very close call at the moment.

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My county has voted....

66% LEAVE 34% Remain

Sensible people !!

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They may have "voted" but only a fraction of the results are in yet so you don't know how they've voted

He said County not Country...so yes he does know how his County voted

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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.

JB

With the greatest of respect.

You are missing the point. When you are at rock bottom, things do not get worse.

Those that ( not saying you ) listen to official Government figures are in denial. The Unemployed, zero hours contract, consigned to the scrapheap due to age, the list is endless.

This is a massive amount of the populace and this is what has been deliberately overlooked.

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My county has voted....

66% LEAVE 34% Remain

Sensible people !!

clap2.gif

They may have "voted" but only a fraction of the results are in yet so you don't know how they've voted

He said County not Country...so yes he does know how his County voted

Whoops, my bad [emoji4]

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