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DimPrawn
10th March 2016, 10:05
Not enough Brexit talk.

In, out, not sure, AndyW's mum

DimPrawn
10th March 2016, 10:15
Poland will not accept cut in benefits for those already in UK, says aide | Politics | The Guardian (http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/feb/18/poland-will-not-accept-cut-in-benefits-for-those-already-in-uk-says-aide)

And

Polish benefits guide 'encourages' people to come to UK because of our 'VERY GENEROUS' welfare system - Mirror Online (http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/polish-benefits-guide-encourages-people-7528645)

http://i4.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article7528687.ece/ALTERNATES/s615/Screen-Shot-2016-03-10-at-002616.png

Unix
10th March 2016, 10:25
I'm voting out so I can see David Cameron taking a panic attack live on TV.

d000hg
10th March 2016, 10:32
Tempted to vote out just to see what happens, and be involved in seeing some history made. But don't really know although I am leaning out.

DimPrawn
10th March 2016, 10:34
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_swNTChgoLss/TA0QgR7kzuI/AAAAAAAABmQ/_u5zTtHE5cI/s400/EU_Flag%5B1%5D.png

d000hg
10th March 2016, 10:35
It would also mean we can get rid of UKIP.

DimPrawn
10th March 2016, 10:38
It would also mean we can get rid of UKIP.

I like your thinking!

The_Equalizer
10th March 2016, 10:46
It would also mean we can get rid of UKIP.

Interesting. Has any political party 'closed' because it has achieved its reason for being?

DimPrawn
10th March 2016, 10:56
Interesting. Has any political party 'closed' because it has achieved its reason for being?

No, because every political party has the same aim. Get in power, stay in power, suck up lots of money and get rich.

Gumbo Robot
10th March 2016, 10:57
Are there any humorous "Out" stickers for the back of my car?

I'm thinking something along the lines of a boot coming out of a map of the UK with a swastika/hammer & sickle flying off the end. Like they had in Guernsey a few years ago to celebrate kicking the krauts out of there....

d000hg
10th March 2016, 11:39
Interesting. Has any political party 'closed' because it has achieved its reason for being?


No, because every political party has the same aim. Get in power, stay in power, suck up lots of money and get rich.

I do think UKIP actually has a fair bit of integrity in that they really are campaigning a specific issue not just to get rich (it's not like they have a lot of MPs). I doubt the party would dissolve although I wouldn't be too surprised.
More likely UKIP will just fade away from their 5 minutes of fame, the way BNP has. UKIP will have achieved what they set out for if we get a referendum, whichever way it goes, unless we all start wearing UKIP '45' badges like those idiotic Scots.
There's no way we'd get another vote in the next 15 years if we vote to remain, so UKIP is defunct.

d000hg
10th March 2016, 11:43
Are there any humorous "Out" stickers for the back of my car?

I'm thinking something along the lines of a boot coming out of a map of the UK with a swastika/hammer & sickle flying off the end. Like they had in Guernsey a few years ago to celebrate kicking the krauts out of there....

I don't really think sticking a swastika on your car is humorous. The Out campaign is about us leaving the EU, not us kicking all the foreigners out of the UK - you'd more likely be an advert for the IN campaign doing that :)

The UK under a big thumb would work... or Cameron as Merkle's puppet...

mudskipper
10th March 2016, 12:35
Is Brexit - out a double negative?

DimPrawn
10th March 2016, 12:36
Is Brexit - out a double negative?

I'm more concerned no one wants AndyW's mum, brekkies and a ciggy.

Alf W
10th March 2016, 13:36
Bookies have the Stay In result at 1/3. This isn't even going to be close. Nothing to see here.

PurpleGorilla
10th March 2016, 13:54
78% brexit

http://m.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/Brexit-Results-EU-Referendum-poll-views/story-28854627-detail/story.html

PurpleGorilla
10th March 2016, 13:56
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/63/UK_EU_referendum_polling.svg/640px-UK_EU_referendum_polling.svg.png

Looks like it is swinging for BREXIT

For comparison;

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fc/Scottish_independence_polls_graphic.svg/640px-Scottish_independence_polls_graphic.svg.png

unemployed
10th March 2016, 14:13
Brexit Referendum Betting Odds | Oddschecker (http://www.oddschecker.com/politics/british-politics/eu-referendum/referendum-on-eu-membership-result)

no chance leaving , it will be fudged anyway !

d000hg
10th March 2016, 14:23
Bookies have the Stay In result at 1/3. This isn't even going to be close. Nothing to see here.Currently. Odds can change... the Scottish odds surely did and what did the bookies say about the last general election?

The_Equalizer
10th March 2016, 14:28
Currently. Odds can change... the Scottish odds surely did and what did the bookies say about the last general election?

I would have thought the age range with high percentage Brexit voters (ie over 65s) are less likely to surface on certain types of polls such as those are that internet based. Well here's hoping. :wink

DimPrawn
10th March 2016, 14:40
Well we know how the queen feels about the EU.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CdMVfypWAAAKnLw.jpg

Hobosapien
10th March 2016, 15:02
I'd vote out but not sure where I'm registered to vote currently. Been moving about so much over recent years, and not all due to renting places near clients for temporary accommodation.

Apparently I have to go to the local registrar office to sort it out, can't check and sort out online. :winker:

All the scaremongering about UK needs EU for jobs and other things. I though the UK was a net importer. There will be deals done after a brexit I'm sure, so they can continue to fleece treasure island.

My current number one reason for voting out is the EU border control fiasco with Turkey. I'm sure next week there will be another headline reason. Maybe the EU printing more euros as it goes further down the pan. At least the GBP to Euro will improve in time for the summer hols.

DimPrawn
12th March 2016, 09:42
True scale of EU migration could be more than double official figures and real number may not emerge until eve of referendum - Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/immigration/12191579/True-scale-of-EU-migration-could-emerge-on-eve-of-referendum.html)


The Office for National Statistics has announced an official review of migration figures amid concerns that more than a million migrants have come to Britain than figures suggest.

According to official figures 1million EU migrants came to Britain over the past five years, but over that same period 2.25million registered for national insurance numbers.

They've been lying to us! I can't believe it, who would have though immigation levels are at least twice the official EU numbers...


Brexit!

PurpleGorilla
12th March 2016, 09:52
True scale of EU migration could be more than double official figures and real number may not emerge until eve of referendum - Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/immigration/12191579/True-scale-of-EU-migration-could-emerge-on-eve-of-referendum.html)



They've been lying to us! I can't believe it, who would have though immigation levels are at least twice the official EU numbers...


Brexit!

Something I agree with you 100% on.

It's time to close the door.

jamesbrown
12th March 2016, 10:22
Apparently I have to go to the local registrar office to sort it out, can't check and sort out online. :winker:

I guess you've looked into this, but just in case (don't want to risk losing an outer :D):

https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote