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EU - Remain or Leave?
Remain in the EU 26%  26%  [ 10 ]
Leave the EU 74%  74%  [ 29 ]
Total votes : 39
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 04, 2016 4:19 pm 
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The stay people have done nothing else but point out the pitfalls of voting out.


Not once did I see or hear DC say anything like the scaremongering that he is now putting out - prior going to Brussels.


Maybe Merkels translators have just got round to telling DC what Frau Merkel want's him to put out.


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 04, 2016 4:21 pm 
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Prior to Cameron going to Brussels to renegotiate our terms and conditions, I would thought that first and foremost he would have sat down and said - we know that we will not get all that we ask for! Having pointed that out, he should have as an (apparently) intelligent man, then stated that the choice for the population will then be "in" Or "out" - but before we go down that road I want to point out all of the pitfalls of voting "out"!!! He did nothing of the sort, and now resorts to putting fear into his campaign to stay in. The bottom line being is that he did not do his due diligence, on something that affects not just us, but half a billion other people, equaling total incompetence.

The other point is that Cameron,Corbyn,plus other (Ins), are in effect saying that they cannot do better for the UK if we are outside of the EU - that is shameful when there are another 160+ countries to trade and do business with. It is also imo a massive mistake by Corbyn (who is not the most popular of leaders within his own party) to go down the road of "in",who could have united the all the voters who did not vote for the Conservatives - and to have made the Labour party great once again - another incompetent who changes his spots.



Corbyn is like Cameron, their mothers should have swallowed them.

This guy sums it up well

https://youtu.be/7zc_q9p9iYg


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 04, 2016 4:34 pm 
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http://www.nationaldebtclock.co.uk/

We'll never stop this Clock, nor will our children or our childrens children, but we can at least slow it down by wasting less on the EU's reckless and unnacountable profligacy...we must start reducing that debt somewhere so ditching the financial Blackhole that is the EU will be a damned good place to start.


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http://www.nationaldebtclock.co.uk/

We'll never stop this Clock, nor will our children or our childrens children, but we can at least slow it down by wasting less on the EU's reckless and unnacountable profligacy...we must start reducing that debt somewhere so ditching the financial Blackhole that is the EU will be a damned good place to start.


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 04, 2016 5:12 pm 
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bloodnock wrote:
http://www.nationaldebtclock.co.uk/

We'll never stop this Clock, nor will our children or our childrens children, but we can at least slow it down by wasting less on the EU's reckless and unnacountable profligacy...we must start reducing that debt somewhere so ditching the financial Blackhole that is the EU will be a damned good place to start.


It will keep ticking while ever we are shoving billions of pounds a year into a bankrupt state while feeding and housing their migrants.


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 04, 2016 8:12 pm 
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"The relations between Switzerland and the European Union (EU) are framed by a series of bilateral treaties whereby the Swiss Confederation has adopted various provisions of European Union law in order to participate in the Union's single market."
Part of the deal includes the free movement of people from EU member states.

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Polling cards were wrongly sent to at least 3,462 EU citizens who are not allowed to vote in the EU referendum, the Electoral Commission has announced.
A software "issue" meant polling cards and some postal votes were sent out to some "non eligible" voters.
They are still awaiting responses from six councils so the number could rise.
Leave campaigners Iain Duncan Smith and Bernard Jenkin have expressed "serious concerns" about the "conduct of the EU referendum and its franchise".
They have written to the prime minister complaining of "many and varied" examples of EU nationals being sent polling cards.
On Friday, the Electoral Commission confirmed the numbers affected so far, and said the software provider had since "resolved the issue".
Any postal votes wrongly issued would be cancelled and none of those affected would appear as an eligible voter on the electoral registers used at polling stations, it said.
EU citizens from non-UK countries are not entitled to vote, unless they are citizens of the Irish Republic, Cyprus or Malta.
But Mr Duncan Smith has said a Nottingham City Council officer had emailed a Vote Leave supporter to say the council was unable to check whether people put their correct nationality on an application, and had to assume the information submitted was correct.
Kingston-upon-Thames council in south-west London said a Polish citizen in the area - whose case had been highlighted by the Guido Fawkes website - was sent a polling card because he had put "British" as his nationality on the electoral register.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2016 4:04 am 
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grandad wrote:
Nidge2 wrote:
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"The relations between Switzerland and the European Union (EU) are framed by a series of bilateral treaties whereby the Swiss Confederation has adopted various provisions of European Union law in order to participate in the Union's single market."
Part of the deal includes the free movement of people from EU member states.


Why aren't there any migrants in Switzerland?


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2016 9:10 am 
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"The relations between Switzerland and the European Union (EU) are framed by a series of bilateral treaties whereby the Swiss Confederation has adopted various provisions of European Union law in order to participate in the Union's single market."
Part of the deal includes the free movement of people from EU member states.


Why aren't there any migrants in Switzerland?

There are. Most are probably working in the banking sector.

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Switzwerland is a very cosmopolitan country and have always allowed migrants in BUT the high cost of living probably puts many off going or staying on a permanent basis

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grandad wrote:
There are. Most are probably working in the banking sector.



Yeah right.


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Latest proposal from EU Commission which appears to have been passed by the finance committee is to have an EU wide tax regime where the EU takes money at source(from your wage packet),this idea is most probably to fund these bureaucrats in keeping the ever rising costs of an unaudited organisation and their gold spoon standard of living in existence whilst screwing Joe Public who has to pay for it all.


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According to the vote stats above just over (7) want to stay in (23%) of the vote. If possible can we have a sensible debate with the (stays) outlining their reasons for staying in? - try to stay as factual as possible.

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How things have changed in a few short months.

“Britain is an amazing country. We’ve got the fifth biggest economy in the world. We’re a top ten manufacturer. We’ve got incredibly strong financial services. The world wants to come and do business here.
Look at the record of inward investment. Look at the leaders beating the path to our door to come and see what’s happening with this great country’s economy.
The argument isn’t whether Britain could survive outside the EU.
Of course it could.”
DAVID CAMERON – November 2015


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