EU - In or Out?

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Should the UK exit the EU?

Yes
5
22%
No
18
78%
Don't care - won't vote
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 23

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Ekona
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Re: EU - In or Out?

Postby Ekona » Sat Jul 29, 2017 1:11 am

So RB is a teenager?
"Chav kids are like sand people. They're easily startled but they'll be back, and in greater numbers."

Mr.Clark
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Re: EU - In or Out?

Postby Mr.Clark » Thu May 31, 2018 4:37 pm

So... less than a year until Brexit, no sign of a deal, no sign of what a deal might look like... are all the Vote Leave people still happy with their decision?

And before you answer that, think of the UK as a whole. I don't really see Brexit doing anything bad for me (other than needing a passport to travel around Europe, which given that I don't have aspirations to work there isn't personally much of an issue) but there's far more to the UK than me and people like me.

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Re: EU - In or Out?

Postby Ekona » Thu May 31, 2018 7:41 pm

Genuinely still think that nothing will change in the slightest.
"Chav kids are like sand people. They're easily startled but they'll be back, and in greater numbers."


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