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  1. <Sigh>. We doing this again? Shall be book in IndyRef3 ? Lets keep going until the SNP gets the answer they want.
  2. Nope. I'm more than happy. And for the Jock nationalist to complain is a bit rich, given the Scottish Parliament building went around 400 million over budget.
  3. No.This is the sort of think I predicted. I'm still ****ing angry, though
  4. Politicians. Should have let the bad banks go under in 2008. Instead they got rewarded.
  5. I voted no. I predicted ages ago that if we actually won the vote, then the powers that be would do absolutely everything to avoid actually leaving. The only way we will ever leave is if we get a UKIP majority.
  6. Always loved the lyrics to "Get 'em out by Friday" by Genesis This is an announcement from Genetic Control: "It is my sad duty to inform you of a four foot restriction on Humanoid height." "I hear the directors of Genetic Control have been buying all the Properties that have recently been sold, taking risks oh so bold. It's said now that people will be shorter in height, They can fit twice as many in the same building site."
  7. Perhaps Border Force are missing a trick here. Set one up then demand to see the papers of everyone who joins!
  8. Whats wrong with people choosing to live in a house they own and have paid for, and probably have been there for a large part of their life ? It's not their fault we're in this situation. Blame the banks, politicians and greedy landlords.
  9. A quick Google found this from Dec 2015 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/currency/12065157/Pound-is-most-overvalued-currency-in-the-world-analysts-claim.html "It believes the pound could fall as low as $1.27 next year and $1.15 in 2017 from about $1.485 today if the US Federal Reserve continues to tighten monetary policy and the Bank of England leaves interest rates on hold." Brexit is only briefly mentioned.
  10. God I nearly watched the EU Question Time special on BBC1. Then I saw Diane Abbot was on it.
  11. Cameron wasn't the biggest loser. He clearly never wanted to leave and fought to remain - when he lost he resigned. Corbyn was the person who lost the most. He's always been anti-EU but for some reason dumped his principles. If he'd stuck to his beliefs, he'd be on the winning side, be leading an opposition with good working class support against a divided Tory party and be in a key position to help the transition. Instead he'll be next to Clegg on a park bench swigging whiskey in a few months.
  12. Go for it. Have another referendum. Given oil prices have tanked since the last one, your main source of income has vanished. You'll lose by an even bigger margin.
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