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Should the UK leave the European Union and be totally independent?

Yes
26
74%
No
4
11%
Don't know
5
14%
 
Total votes: 35

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Frog
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Re: Poll: Should the UK Leave The EU

Post by Frog »

Go go Boris - what a man ;)



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red ken
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Re: Poll: Should the UK Leave The EU

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Frog wrote:Go go Boris - what a man ;)
:argument:

He's a Tory, say no more!



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Trish
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Re: Poll: Should the UK Leave The EU

Post by Trish »

red ken wrote:
Frog wrote:Go go Boris - what a man ;)
:argument:

He's a Tory, say no more!
Boris Johnson may be a Tory boy but they are arguing amongst themselves now especially on this PIP benefit and the Brexit thing.
The Conservatives are in disarray at this time :sick:


My kids are like little Black Cats
:mrgreen:

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Re: Poll: Should the UK Leave The EU

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If only Boris Johnson didn't gan on the way he does, he would be a creditable force :lolboard:



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Re: Poll: Should the UK Leave The EU

Post by Mawsey »

I just got a leaflet from the "Britain Stronger In Europe" people.

I will post my opinion on their points one at a time.

1) Leaving Europe would be a leap in the dark - RUBBISH we will be independent and strong!
2) More jobs - RUBBISH - we will always trade with the cheapest markets - including Europe - MORE JOBS!
3) Lower prices - RUBBISH - the free market will give us cheaper prices in the shops!

There is also a copper called Sir Hugh Orde throwing his weight at this campaign talking about the European arrest warrant.
Claptrap!
Has he never heard of the long arm of the law?

Get out of Europe for once and for all.
Don't forget, Turkey will be joining that evil place soon and that will entitle all them to come here as well.
Then other countries will want to join but they are only trying to join to get money from the rich countries.
If you want to continue sharing our money with these people vote in otherwise vote out and lets run our own business.

Just remember, we don't hate Europe nor do we hate Europeans.
On the contrary, we love them and we love their cultures, its just that we don't want political ties.
Its as SIMPLE as that!



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cam
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Re: Poll: Should the UK Leave The EU

Post by cam »

I don't believe the "keep Britain in Europe" people.
Even if I did I will still want out :red_card:


I might have the day off today!

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Sunderland Nut
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Re: Poll: Should the UK Leave The EU

Post by Sunderland Nut »

I voted to leave the EU in this poll.
I thought I voted here before unless I am mistaken anyway I did vote.

This is what I would show to the EU :red_card:



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Re: Poll: Should the UK Leave The EU

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I got the official government leaflet through the post a few days ago.
It has very little content and nothing more than what we have all heard on the television.
Hold on, the government spent £10m on this.
It was them who gave us the referendum so why are they not giving us a balanced view.
I want to see the benefits of leaving the EU.
Why can't the government not give the leave campaign that amount of money to provide that information.
Talk about biased!



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cam
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Re: Poll: Should the UK Leave The EU

Post by cam »

The official in out EU campaign started yesterday.


I might have the day off today!

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Re: Poll: Should the UK Leave The EU

Post by blockheed »

Not content that we have already had information from this Tory government about staying in.
Today, I got one off the Labour Party :red_wow:
Vote to get out of Europe and give most of them political parties a kick up the back side :thumbup:



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