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Continue registering to vote in EU referendum, David Cameron says

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-eu-referendum-36476176

A very convienient website error yesterday is to be used as an excuse to extend the last voter registration date.

Young people are most likely to not be registered and also most likely to vote IN

Desperation, election fraud or an understandable 'these things happen' moment?

either that, or people had the chance to listen to Farage last night, and want to vote for Leave

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The referendum is starting to take on the feel of the Bush election in 2000 and the Florida recount because of faulty punch card voting machines and the hanging, dimpled, or pregnant chads scandal. Madness.

There's supposed to be hard and fast official registration rules in elections and not dependent on stuff like faulty web pages etc. Where does it say that ""504 Gateway Time-out"" is an acceptable excuse.

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either that, or people had the chance to listen to Farage last night, and want to vote for Leave

To be honest i didn't think Farage was that good last night, he was far better on Jeremy Vine in the afternoon.

He focusses too much on immigration imho, and people who are see this as an issue will vote out anyway.

I could only watch a few minutes of Cameron though as i despise him.

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He focuses on immigration because it's the key issue and isn't scared of being vilified. He's already had 20 years of it.

This is really interesting:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/06/08/europhiles-beware-the-voters-youre-relying-on-are-drifting-towar/

Mostly the bit Hayward, a Remainer and widely respected poll reader he sees Brexit winning... btw he correctly predicted Major and Cameron wins when the polls suggested the reverse.

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To be honest i didn't think Farage was that good last night, he was far better on Jeremy Vine in the afternoon.

He focusses too much on immigration imho, and people who are see this as an issue will vote out anyway.

I could only watch a few minutes of Cameron though as i despise him.

Julie Etchingham, along with others, need to manage the audience and the politicians to prevent waffle and never ending questions/comments.

Farage, received several supplementary questions before he could even finish the first. Audience were more deferential to Cameron.

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He focuses on immigration because it's the key issue and isn't scared of being vilified. He's already had 20 years of it.

This is really interesting:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/06/08/europhiles-beware-the-voters-youre-relying-on-are-drifting-towar/

Mostly the bit Hayward, a Remainer and widely respected poll reader he sees Brexit winning... btw he correctly predicted Major and Cameron wins when the polls suggested the reverse.

But the people against immigration don't need this line to be swayed, he needs to turn people who are afraid of being described as racist.

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Holland also rejected a move to establish the European Constitution – later replaced by the Lisbon Treaty – in a 2005 referendum.

Jose Manuel Barroso, the then president of the European Commission, admitted after the vote: "It is a difficult moment for Europe."

But like the Ukraine vote, it was consultative rather than legally binding – with the Netherlands eventually ratifying the Lisbon Treaty in 2008.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/677994/EU-European-Union-referendum-Holland-Netherlands-Brexit-Nexit

We really do need to rid ourselves of this scum, wonder if Mr Kinnock will claim this referendum is just consultative.

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Remember this lovable little scamp and his British Mother.

THE British toddler dubbed Jihadi Junior after appearing in sick ISIS videos has been smuggled from Syria to Sweden for an operation.

Isa Dare, four — whose face is known worldwide — was spirited out the terrorists’ Raqqa stronghold with his London-born Jihadi bride mum Grace.

It is possible the pair went through nine countries and were not challenged on the 2,000-mile trip or in hospital.

And it is probable the young boy was very ill because ISIS has its own medics.

Sources believe he has been ill for a few months and had surgery weeks ago.

One said his mum chose Sweden because she married a Swede, Abu Bakr, after joining the terrorists.

He has since died fighting.

One route to get to Sweden would have involved the pair travelling through Turkey, Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Germany and Denmark.

In an effort to keep opinions in may I point out all the ex police chiefs only yesterday telling us we're more secure staying in Europe.

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