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  1. 1. Do you think that the UK should remain a member of the EU?

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in my opinion Scotland voted to remain because they are better of in the eu, and because of the size of Scotland, they would never be accepted in the eu on there own.

Malta is part of the EU. I've never been to Scotland but I have been to Malta and I'd be surprised if Scotland was smaller. Malta represents just 0.1% of the population of the EU.

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Malta is part of the EU. I've never been to Scotland but I have been to Malta and I'd be surprised if Scotland was smaller. Malta represents just 0.1% of the population of the EU.

 

Luxembourg only has a population of 500k (10% that of Scotland)..it was one of the founding countries...

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Nicola Sturgeon wanted this.

 

She will be secretly fist pumping as we speak, she has another crack at leading Scotland to independence where she hopes her name will be etched into Scottish folklore

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Let's be honest here, they promised £350 million a week!

 

Let's be honest here...

 

  • Cameron said that he would not resign if there was a vote for Leave... that was a lie.
     
  • Cameron said that he'd trigger article 50 immediate... that was a lie.
     
  • Osborne said there'd be an emergency budget to cut spending and raise taxes... anyone think that is really going to happen?
     
  • Cameron said we risked causing armed conflict in Europe... anyone think that is going to happen (maybe caused by the mass migration but not Brexit)?

 

It is a bit rich of the Stayers to be moaning about lies and exaggerations... the Stay campaign has no moral high ground from which to lecture.

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Let's be honest here...

 

  • Cameron said that he would not resign if there was a vote for Leave... that was a lie.
     
  • Cameron said that he'd trigger article 50 immediate... that was a lie.
     
  • Osborne said there'd be an emergency budget to cut spending and raise taxes... anyone think that is really going to happen?
     
  • Cameron said we risked causing armed conflict in Europe... anyone think that is going to happen (maybe caused by the mass migration but not Brexit)?

 

It is a bit rich of the Stayers to be moaning about lies and exaggerations... the Stay campaign has no moral high ground from which to lecture.

 

You could have added his statement that Turkey was unlikely to join the EU for a 1000 years. The Turkish ambassador to the UK is on record as saying that Cameron was one of the EU's most ardent champions of Turkey's accession.

 

A flaw in Cameron's abilities as a politician in my view was his tendency to hyperbole and exaggeration. The only job he ever had outside politics was a brief period as a Public Relations man, which might explain this.

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Let's be honest here...

 

  • Cameron said that he would not resign if there was a vote for Leave... that was a lie.
     
  • Cameron said that he'd trigger article 50 immediate... that was a lie.
     
  • Osborne said there'd be an emergency budget to cut spending and raise taxes... anyone think that is really going to happen?
     
  • Cameron said we risked causing armed conflict in Europe... anyone think that is going to happen (maybe caused by the mass migration but not Brexit)?

 

It is a bit rich of the Stayers to be moaning about lies and exaggerations... the Stay campaign has no moral high ground from which to lecture.

 

I made it pretty clear, throughout, that both campaigns were atrocious. I stand by that. How will you feel when Boris becomes PM and doesn't negotiate border controls because he wants to stay in the single market?

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What happens when the whole thing fails to pass through Parliament. What's the leave/remain figure for the HoC/HoL?

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I made it pretty clear, throughout, that both campaigns were atrocious. I stand by that. How will you feel when Boris becomes PM and doesn't negotiate border controls because he wants to stay in the single market?

 

So no £350 million and no border controls... tears before bedtime I think.. :)

 

---------- Post added 24-06-2016 at 16:07 ----------

 

What happens when the whole thing fails to pass through Parliament. What's the leave/remain figure for the HoC/HoL?

 

I think about 75% of the HoC wanted to remain..

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What happens when the whole thing fails to pass through Parliament. What's the leave/remain figure for the HoC/HoL?

 

Doesn't matter. Very few of the MPs will be willing to defy the referendum result.

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Closed.

 

There is a consequences thread for post vote discussion

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