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They did some geographical analysis of the polls.

Wales & Scotland are firmly Remain, England is a marginal Leave.

Not quite correct, the parts of the country that are willing to give up their independence to the EU are London and to reducing numbers Scotland. The parts of the country that are more likely to vote Brexit are Wales and the remaining parts of England. As for Northern Ireland,they will vote as the always have.

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Whatever the result, Cameron, Osborne and perhaps a couple other stalwarts who, firstly, erroneously combined to bring

about this referendum as a means to neutralise UKIP support, and, secondly, so firmly nailed their colours to the "remain"

mast, should start dusting off their cv's. It is very possible that their political careers are about to come to a sudden end.

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EU will exist and progress without the UK, although it will be a pity if the UK leaves. I very much doubt that the UK will prosper without the EU.

Funniest quote I've read all day.

I forgot to add, I very much doubt the EU will prosper without the UK. Where is the hole going to be filled without the UK's billions?

I can tell you're nuts, abrahamzvi.

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Not surprising Brexit gets the majority TV vote, skewed as it is in favour of people of a certain age. Polls in the UK have consistently shown that us old fossils, brought up when a map of the world was one quarter pink - and who think we can somehow recreate this kind of influence outside the EU - are the diehard leave supporters. On the other hand, the youngsters who will have to live with the result of the referendum in the future, and clear up the mess we will have left them, want to stay in.

I favour a vote to stay, as long as this means that the wishy-washy, namby-pamby eurosceptic 'Little Englanders' will actually stop whingeing and start to try to influence EU decision making. It is their fault that we have allowed Europe to be dominated by Germany and their allies, although of course they will be the last to admit it, preferring to put the blame on everyone else.

Failing that, there is always the other option - becoming the 51st state of the US!

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there is hope at last! clap2.gif I mean there would have to be something seriously wrong with anyone with an ounce of common sense ( and provided they don't have their own agenda )who still thinks it's better to stay in after that listening to all the facts in Brexit the Movie

General De Gaulle of France was absolutely right to try and block the entry of the UK to the EU. One must remember that the UK had tried to establish a different "common market" with countries that are now part of the EU. Only after theyt had realized that this was an utter failure, did there successfully try to join the EU. Since then, all the EU had has been a succession of requests for exceptions. It is high time for the UK people to decide if they wish to be part of Europe, with all the benefits involved, or out of it . Let us see then where the London Financial centre is, where the British Exports go to, where the so called "British Democracy" (where a PM with a minority popular vote can rule the country) i) and where Britain will stand on security.

The youtube film is an anti EU propaganda clip, full of lies, half lies and misconstrued facts. For example: The European Parliament has the right, indeed the duty, to agree or disagree laws SUGGESTED by the commission. Yes, the EU can be made more democratic, if some countries, like the UK, would stop blocking progress. Europe, including the UK can only have a bright future in our globalized world as a US of Europe, with each country keeping its culture and traditions. EU will exist and progress without the UK, although it will be a pity if the UK leaves. I very much doubt that the UK will prosper without the EU. Remember one fact: The EU, or most states of the EU will not, repeat NOT, be prepared to enter agreements with the UK which will hold benefits only for the UK. I really hope that the British people will have enough sense to realize the actual real facts.

Democracy in Westminster may not be 100% perfect, but it's a million times more democratic than that imposed on us by the autocrats in Brussels. One thing the EU is intent on is to harmonies the EU into one culture. As for your view that the EU will not be prepared to enter an agreement with the U.K., well that maybe your opinion,but is that what Benz,Volkswagen, and all the other EU businesses will want,especially as the UK buys far more from the EU than the EU buys from the UK.

Have you also taken into consideration,the future plans for the EU, that are now being planned and will soon be imposed by those unelected EU commissioners?

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The world is holding its breath. As goes UK goes the immediate future for many more. Remain, the world continues its inexorable slide into tyranny couched as socialism. Exit and it may be a 'tipping point,' as Gladwell notes, and prompt others to toss these leftist shackles.

Please EXIT.

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Not surprising Brexit gets the majority TV vote, skewed as it is in favour of people of a certain age. Polls in the UK have consistently shown that us old fossils, brought up when a map of the world was one quarter pink - and who think we can somehow recreate this kind of influence outside the EU - are the diehard leave supporters. On the other hand, the youngsters who will have to live with the result of the referendum in the future, and clear up the mess we will have left them, want to stay in.

I favour a vote to stay, as long as this means that the wishy-washy, namby-pamby eurosceptic 'Little Englanders' will actually stop whingeing and start to try to influence EU decision making. It is their fault that we have allowed Europe to be dominated by Germany and their allies, although of course they will be the last to admit it, preferring to put the blame on everyone else.

Failing that, there is always the other option - becoming the 51st state of the US!

There is a certain amount of truth in what you say. Many of the younger generation do not have much experience of life,why do you think the SNP were so insistent on 16yr old voting in 2014.They have only known life under the control of the EU,so it's a case of the Devil they know,rather than having confidence in their country with the 5th strongest economy. Add to this is the general apathy of the younger age group,far more important to vote on Britains got Talent" rather than check up on all the benifit from being in a independent country.

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Not surprising Brexit gets the majority TV vote, skewed as it is in favour of people of a certain age. Polls in the UK have consistently shown that us old fossils, brought up when a map of the world was one quarter pink - and who think we can somehow recreate this kind of influence outside the EU - are the diehard leave supporters. On the other hand, the youngsters who will have to live with the result of the referendum in the future, and clear up the mess we will have left them, want to stay in.

I favour a vote to stay, as long as this means that the wishy-washy, namby-pamby eurosceptic 'Little Englanders' will actually stop whingeing and start to try to influence EU decision making. It is their fault that we have allowed Europe to be dominated by Germany and their allies, although of course they will be the last to admit it, preferring to put the blame on everyone else.

Failing that, there is always the other option - becoming the 51st state of the US!

There is a certain amount of truth in what you say. Many of the younger generation do not have much experience of life,why do you think the SNP were so insistent on 16yr old voting in 2014.They have only known life under the control of the EU,so it's a case of the Devil they know,rather than having confidence in their country with the 5th strongest economy. Add to this is the general apathy of the younger age group,far more important to vote on Britains got Talent" rather than check up on all the benifit from being in a independent country.

But it is this very apathy, even general disinterest and malaise on the part of the eligible younger voter, which has the possibility to play into the hands of

a British exit from the European Union. All of the telephone or online polling in the world will make no difference at the polling station. It is only the

committed voter who will influence the outcome of the referendum. When people have been polled, not on which they will vote, but WHETHER they will

vote, those favouring Brexit are in the majority.

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The corrupt anti-democratic EU will not let the UK leave. If UK were allowed to leave it would be the start of the end of the EU.

Brussels control our Politicians, media, Academic system and voting (Just look at what happened in France and Austria).

To many on the EU gravy train.

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The corrupt anti-democratic EU will not let the UK leave. If UK were allowed to leave it would be the start of the end of the EU.

If the UK votes leave then the EU has no choice in the matter.

Your second point is most valid and it will be the beginning of the end of the EU.

The UK's financial input suddenly gone can't be ignored. Goodbye, EU.

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They did some geographical analysis of the polls.

Wales & Scotland are firmly Remain, England is a marginal Leave.

Not quite correct, the parts of the country that are willing to give up their independence to the EU are London and to reducing numbers Scotland. The parts of the country that are more likely to vote Brexit are Wales and the remaining parts of England. As for Northern Ireland,they will vote as the always have.

England is essentially 2 countries.
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Let's hope so, the EU has way too much to say about how the British Government should run their country, there will be many business people who have made substantial investments in the EU and they are the ones trying to convince everyone to stay; however for the majority of the population getting out of this cesspit is the correct way to go. Get our country & borders back from people who don't give a hoot about the UK.

Get out the sooner the better. The whole EU thing was a wet dream of Prince Bernard (ex brown shirt while attending Humboldt U, Berlin) and his American buddy Joh D. Rockefeller.

This radical solution may be too much even for staunch EU / Euro opponents. Many of them still seek, hope and dream of a reformed EU. They still live under the illusion that ‘things’ could be worked out. Believe me – they cannot. The Machiavellian US-invented venture, called European Union with the equally US-invented common currency – the Eurozonehas run its course. It is about to ram the proverbial iceberg. The EU-Euro vessel is too heavy to veer away from disaster. Europe is better off taking time to regroup; each nation with the objective of regaining political and economic sovereignty – and perhaps with an eye a couple of generations down the road envisaging a new United Europe of sovereign federal states, independent, totally delinked from the diabolical games of the western Anglo-American empire.

​If Brits know what's good for them to hell with the polls. Use your brains for what your mothers gave them to you for - To THINK. And get out of this cesspool called EU.

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