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1 hour ago, Car Boot said:

Can the EU survive without one member, the UK? Undoubtedly, yes.

 

But can it thrive? I don't think so. 

Can Britain survive outside of one of the biggest trading blocs in the world? Undoubtedly, yes.

 

But can it thrive?

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Can't wait for tomorrow when all the hospitals will have load more money for beds, there will be international food galore and the pound will soar against every other currency in the world.

 

After all, that's what we were promised.

 

I'll be so disappointed if it doesn't happen, after all, we'll have taken back control, won't we?

(apart from in those parts of the United Kingdom and overseas territories that the government has abandoned (Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Gibraltar))

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31 minutes ago, Litotes said:

Can't wait for tomorrow when all the hospitals will have load more money for beds, there will be international food galore and the pound will soar against every other currency in the world.

 

After all, that's what we were promised.

 

I'll be so disappointed if it doesn't happen, after all, we'll have taken back control, won't we?

(apart from in those parts of the United Kingdom and overseas territories that the government has abandoned (Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Gibraltar))

Let's get Brexit done, then we can all sit down together and have a nice cuppa.

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3 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

Let's get Brexit done, then we can all sit down together and have a nice cuppa.

Think Kalms ( A traditional herbal medicinal product used for the temporary relief of the symptoms of mild anxiety such as stress and nervousness )would be more suited for some.

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2 minutes ago, retep said:

Think Kalms ( A traditional herbal medicinal product used for the temporary relief of the symptoms of mild anxiety such as stress and nervousness )would be more suited for some.

at least theyre proper british stuff, none of that dodgy foreign muck ;)

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10 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

Let's get Brexit done, then we can all sit down together and have a nice cuppa.

We will have left the EU in 75 minutes, I will be expecting my milk and honey on the doorstep in the morning.

 

If not, then it just starts the long process of showing that we were lied to...

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As we head towards 11pm, I would just like to say to the Remain supporters on here that although we have been on different sides of the debate I have learned a lot from you. I appreciate your concerns, your fears. As I quietly drink my pint of San Miguel I do understand where you are coming from. 

 

So there will be no celebratory words from me tonight. In the spirit of reuniting the country, I raise my glass to all of the Remainers on here and elsewhere who fought so passionately for what they believe in. 

 

I salute you.

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9 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

As we head towards 11pm, I would just like to say to the Remain supporters on here that although we have been on different sides of the debate I have learned a lot from you. I appreciate your concerns, your fears. As I quietly drink my pint of San Miguel I do understand where you are coming from. 

 

So there will be no celebratory words from me tonight. In the spirit of reuniting the country, I raise my glass to all of the Remainers on here and elsewhere who fought so passionately for what they believe in. 

 

I salute you.

Shouldn’t you be out dancing with Ann Widdecombe?

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11 minutes ago, Pettytom said:

Shouldn’t you be out dancing with Ann Widdecombe?

Group hug?

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Just now, Car Boot said:

Group hug?

Ann bloody Widdecombe, talk about selling your soul to the devil!

 

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2 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

Group hug?

well you do seem to be very agreeable with the tories, former tories, millionaires and billionaires, some socialist you are :rolleyes:

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4 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

Group hug?

With Farage, Widdecombe and Francois?

 

My injections aren’t up to date.

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