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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    As the last election has shown, it's not infeasible that Komrade Korbyn and his band of Marxist rabid loons will take control at some point.

    Once they have taken hold, given the non-working, non-tax paying, undereducated 16 and 17 yr old snowflakes the vote, opened the borders to his terrorist frirends, and placed unions in every walk of life, we are on a road that will lead to another Venezuela and fast.

    Therefore the only sensible choice at this stage, is to cash in, sell up your property at this new peak and emigrate.

    Anywhere (except another socialist state) will do.

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    PS - This is your final chance - GET OUT NOW!
    You and your ilk caused this by voting out last year. Suck it up and stop crying. And do you not get the stupidity of what you're proposing? Don't like the Brexit that is likely to be delivered so you leave the UK and become the immigrant problem is someone else's country that you voted against for the UK.

    Thick as mince. Typical selfish Brexit voter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarillionFan View Post
    WHS.

    At this rate Corbyn may get in as more snowflakes back him. Then it's going to be Logan's Run reanacted followed by the Hunger Games with Corbyn as the socialist president.

    It's all going to turn to tulip and anyone over 30 is going to be on the wrong side.
    So don't agree with you and someone is a snowflake?!? Do you not see the irony of that petulant comment?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    As the last election has shown, it's not infeasible that Komrade Korbyn and his band of Marxist rabid loons will take control at some point.

    Once they have taken hold, given the non-working, non-tax paying, undereducated 16 and 17 yr old snowflakes the vote, opened the borders to his terrorist friends, and placed unions in every walk of life, we are on a road that will lead to another Venezuela and fast.

    Therefore the only sensible choice at this stage, is to cash in, sell up your property at this new peak and emigrate.

    Anywhere (except another socialist state) will do.

    HTH BIDI

    PS - This is your final chance - GET OUT NOW!

    Wasnt it you who kept banging on how Coryn had absolutely no chance of any sort of victory? You seemed quite sure along with MF that Corbyn would win 0 seats. Now suddenly you seem to think Corbyn has a chance
    Vote Corbyn ! Save this country !

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    I've worked before for a client in the FinTech market, based in Singapore. My plan is to move there and take a perm role in that company.

    In the red light district?
    Vote Corbyn ! Save this country !

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    I've worked before for a client in the FinTech market, based in Singapore. My plan is to move there and take a perm role in that company.
    I predict you'll be here in 5 years time, still whining about your poor life choices.
    Hard Brexit now!
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    if Corbyn ever becomes PM , I will pack my bags and leave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy2 View Post
    if Corbyn ever becomes PM , I will pack my bags and leave

    I bet you will still be here and will be whining about everything.
    Vote Corbyn ! Save this country !

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    I've worked before for a client in the FinTech market, based in Singapore. My plan is to move there and take a perm role in that company.
    Bye. Take care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elliegirl View Post
    Bye. Take care.
    Hard Brexit now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    There is no outcome I can see that doesn't lead to total collapse now.

    If you can't see how it's going to pan out now, then you better wake up think about where this is all heading.
    It's very easy to imagine a doom-and-gloom scenario. It's what humans are good at. However it doesn't mean that whatever doom-and-gloom scenario you have in mind will come to pass.

    Democracy is a noisy, spiky thing that sometimes produces "sub-optimal" results. Sometimes the result you don't want to happen happens. But that's life. It's also a self-balancing system and is robust.

    A good example is Mr Salmond. For years dedicated trying to split up the UK. Thursday night ... thrown out by his electorate.

    Given the hysterics of the posters on here, you'd think that we lived in some tin-pot, highly corrupt country run by an undemocratic elite rather than the robust democracy that we actually do live in.

    Considering we are living through a period of immense change, which is always unsettling, the country is actually performing well.

    The Government will be back up and running by Monday. The same Civil Servants carrying out the same tasks as they were on Wednesday.

    Once BREXIT negotiations kick off in 10 days minds will be focused on that. Regardless of who had formed the government BREXIT is going to be the only thing on the agenda for the next 2 years. It's going to consume all government time and resources.

    I don't see the appetite in either political parties or the country at large for yet another election, so I would not be surprised if the new minority Conservative government does not last at least until March 2019.

    May won't though. She'll "step" aside in 6 - 9 months once the negotiations are progressing.

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