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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolemai View Post
    Meanwhile, if it's a win for the leave camp, I'll likely need to find a new profession :/
    Me too. Ever so slightly nervous
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    Congratulations to the remain camp. Hard battle, broke my heart, but credit where it is due.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehistorymakers View Post
    Congratulations to the remain camp. Hard battle, broke my heart, but credit where it is due.
    We'll have to wait and see, but maybe the fact that Britain has gone to the polls on this will help nudge Europe in the right direction.

    I certainly hope that it's the case.

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    I hope for a remain but not by a big margin whilst I want remain I want a big message sent to the EU that some reform is required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bit on the shaggies View Post
    We'll have to wait and see, but maybe the fact that Britain has gone to the polls on this will help nudge Europe in the right direction.

    I certainly hope that it's the case.
    From some things I have read we are not the most Eurosceptic nation within the union - we are just the only one who has had a chance to say what we feel at this time.

    Hopefully the EU centre will read the right message and move on reform, which it should particularly if the vote here is close (which I suspect it will be)
    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

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    IDS hoping the poor people help out the Leave vote! Was that his plan all along when in Government....

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    Oh and big turn out from the "council estates" must mean a big OUT vote...what stereotypical bollocks.
    OH and Cameron does the fear shite just as well as Farage...let us not forget the war bullshit hes comes out with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    IDS hoping the poor people help out the Leave vote! Was that his plan all along when in Government....
    That's like Dean Saunders joining TWF and asking people to vote for him as Fans Parliament rep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    IDS hoping the poor people help out the Leave vote! Was that his plan all along when in Government....
    Another one whose days in front line politics should be done for good. I suspect Gove may cling on but IDS is finished.
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    IDS knows it too I think. I'm sure I saw a smile there. Reminds of Thatcher smiling in the Commons as she retired.

    Tom Watson is coming over very well I think.

    THM - why are you conceding already? Nobody seems to know apart from one line from Nigel Farage.
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    Farage now un-concedes. The wag.
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    Farage has withdrawn his comments on a remain win

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parkins left foot View Post
    Whatever the outcome will be interesting to see how the Conservatives put themselves back together (if they can) after the divisions created over the last 2 months
    The reason that David Cameron called the referundum so early into the parliament is that he knew there would be nearly four years to repair any damage. The Conservative party have long been divided over Europe, and will remain so whatever the outcome of the referendum, but they will unite before the next general election.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Langers View Post
    That's like Dean Saunders joining TWF and asking people to vote for him as Fans Parliament rep.
    I'd vote for him to go on there - would confuse Jez if nothing else
    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

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    Split by party on vote from YouGov:

    #EUref: On how party supporters voted (Remain/Leave):
    CON: 43/57
    LAB: 69/31
    LDEM: 73/27
    UKIP: 7/93
    (via YouGov)

    Couple of interesting thing, first 7% of UKIP are remain WTAF!? Labour not as divided as thought.
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    IDS is bizarre tonight. What is this conciliatory tone? Why is he recognising that many people have been made poorer over the last decade? A good chunk of that was his work!
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    Farage has gone again:

    Farage has conceded again based on "what I know from some of my friends in the financial markets who have done some big polling" - PA
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    Quote Originally Posted by jd1981 View Post
    It'll be remain I'm 99% convinced of it I'd be amazed if I wake up at 0630 and find it going the other way.
    me too. Although I have been really surprised how many scots were campaigning leave this week in Inverness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tredman View Post
    Farage has gone again:

    Farage has conceded again based on "what I know from some of my friends in the financial markets who have done some big polling" - PA
    The guy is like Indecisive Dave from The Fast Show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tredman View Post
    Split by party on vote from YouGov:

    #EUref: On how party supporters voted (Remain/Leave):
    CON: 43/57
    LAB: 69/31
    LDEM: 73/27
    UKIP: 7/93
    (via YouGov)

    Couple of interesting thing, first 7% of UKIP are remain WTAF!? Labour not as divided as thought.
    I can only imagine those 7% spoilt their papers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tredman View Post
    Farage has gone again:

    Farage has conceded again based on "what I know from some of my friends in the financial markets who have done some big polling" - PA
    He probably needs to keep quiet for now. This sort of flip-flopping does little for his credibility.

    However, Douglas Carswell is coming over very well for me. Seems a decent man and I can see why he was a popular constituency MP and kept his seat.
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    Always impressed by Carswell. Surely the leader of UKIP when Nige finally lets go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    He probably needs to keep quiet for now. This sort of flip-flopping does little for his credibility.

    However, Douglas Carswell is coming over very well for me. Seems a decent man and I can see why he was a popular constituency MP and kept his seat.
    Yeah I thought he was coming across well. An honest man doing what he thinks right (even when he was wrong). If leave had been led by people like him it might have been different. Guardian reporting a lot of labour voters changed to remain on seeing Leave tactics and propaganda.
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    Early indications are that the turn out in Scotland is around the 65% mark. But the turnout in England will not be as high as the expected 80%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Another one whose days in front line politics should be done for good. I suspect Gove may cling on but IDS is finished.
    I think there are several from both campaigns that are dead in the water regardless of the result and IDS is one. Off to bed now. May I just say whatever the result well debated guys. Both sides cant win but it has been 4 months on one thread that has kept on giving gems for both sides.

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    For. Fucks. Sake.
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    This is the most promising thing I have seen yet:



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    If the sampling from Sunderland is correct, Remain have won. And by a good margin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Langers View Post




    For. Fucks. Sake.
    Ticks and circles are being accepted as they know some people are a bit dense

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    Quote Originally Posted by tredman View Post
    This is the most promising thing I have seen yet:



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    If the sampling from Sunderland is correct, Remain have won. And by a good margin.
    Sunderland was expected to have a leave majority wasn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    Ticks and circles are being accepted as they know some people are a bit dense
    are thats the ukip 7% for ugov then

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