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Discussion in 'Speak your Brains' started by Dusty, Jun 24, 2016.
Keep an eye n the EU zone, Brexit will lead to other countries leaving.
That depends on how quick and what they use/do to force things on us.
If the Right get in France then good chance they will leave.
The PIGS cant afford too. (again that might split spain so hell of a gamble not just money wise)
If we had had a strong PM and gov then maybe Euro would be a different place now. However, we didn't/don't and look at Euro, headed by a dictator.
Again, I might stop tripping on co-codamol and come back to edit this later haha
(and as such off for a sleep and hide the bank card before I spend on stuff I dont need while off my head)
No more drunk Brits puking all over Amsterdam! Yay!
Cameron stepping down.
Boris backing out.
Farage stepping down.
Corbyn under pressure...
And Chris Evans!!!
#Brexit has had far wider consequences than anyone imagined!
Clarkson for everything!!
I'm so happy Chris Evans isn't on Top gear anymore. I was excited when I heard, but super-disappointed after watching. What happened to that guy? He used to be annoying yet funny. He kept all the annoying, lost all the funny, and added a pinch of tw@t...
How do you get into politics to the point where you're earning a decent salary?
Without going into too much detail, invest in some knee pads and lube.
Colin, I'm a bit younger than you but you hit exactly why I voted leave as well.
Free trade and free movement are absolutely fantastic things, and I would love it if they could be continued. However that's as far as I think the EU should have gone. We have so little accountability with our own politicians, let alone MEPS and Brussels that the "ever closer union" is something that I really do not want to be a part of, there are so many different countries, cultures and needs in Europe that something along the lines of a "Federated States of Europe" would not be idea. The laws would be set for the majority, but there are so many different "minority" groups that are so large on this scale that either a huge number of people would be dissatisfied, or there would be so many caveats that lawyers would likely have a field day in being able to counter pretty much whatever they fancied, making the system unworkable.
With regard to immigration, yes there are very large numbers of people moving to the UK, but it's poor management* that's caused more problems rather than the numbers on their own - and it's an easy sell for Leave votes to offer the quick fix of restoring our border controls.
*For example, building companies that buy large plots of land to develop, but will only complete 2-3 houses per year, in order not to drive down the prices by flooding the market - hugely increasing their profits.