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Frank Hovis

Now It's Time To Thank All Of Those Who Made Brexit Possible

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But they didn't mean to.

Eddie Izzard

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Rick the Peopel's Poet. Looking like a prat, patronising people and relacing debate with loud assertion.

There's a a quarter of million Leave votes right there.

Eddie, we salute you!

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Bob Geldof

Swearing at fishermen who have seen their livelihoods destroyed from his luxury yacht on the Thames.

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Bob, thank you. We couldn't have done it without you!

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But they didn't mean to.

Eddie Izzard

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Rick the Peopel's Poet. Looking like a prat, patronising people and relacing debate with loud assertion.

There's a a quarter of million Leave votes right there.

Eddie, we salute you!

Yep this bit was worth 200,000 of those votes.

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David Cameron

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With every nasty little lie and threat this bully showed himself to be the Flashman that he was and drove decent peopel away from him.

Good of him to commit political suicide in public and help the Brexit cause along the way.

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These two need to be combined in some sort of meme or poster or graphic of some sort.

Hopefully someone whose skilled in such things can knock up a "Thanks for the Brexit, Lads" poster.

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CaMoron and banksters.

I was undecided, until I learnt of both of them in support of remain. I despise both of them so much, that that alone swayed my vote firmly to leave / Brexit at that point.

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Great thread, Frank.

Lets not forget Mr Backpfeifengesicht himself:

The arrogance fo these people overwhelms me. And now we are being lectured by Richard Bacon on the mistake we have made ffs.

CaMoron and banksters.

I was undecided, until I learnt of both of them in support of remain. I despise both of them so much, that that alone swayed my vote firmly to leave / Brexit at that point.

To be honest prior to this I actually respected Cameron as a principled politician (even if I didn't agree with some of his principles) and Osborne as somebody who was prepared to make unpopular decisions if they were right.

Now I would like to see both of them disappear asap.

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Bob Geldof

Swearing at fishermen who have seen their livelihoods destroyed from his luxury yacht on the Thames.

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Bob, thank you. We couldn't have done it without you!

Should add inner Londoners generally. These guys don't play well to Pendle, Mansfield, East Lindsey, Sunderland and other poor white areas, they may as well be masked aliens such is the gulf in wealth.

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I genuinely think he swung the Northern Labour heartland vote for Leave...in Salford for example. And minimised remain vote in places like Liverpool and Manchester.

Whichever way he voted...massive elements of Labour territory eould vote the other way.

Really is simple as that.

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Which is why he deserves our thanks.

David Cameron, we salute you!

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We owe a debt of gratitude to Stuart Rose. His early own goal really kicked off proceedings.

PS Anyone seen him recently?

Talking football, the French policing of English fans showed a rather heavy handed approach. Cosh the pesky English first ask questions later.we've had 41 years of this treatment at their hands.

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Without Farage NONE of this would have been possibly. He is the creator. The founder of the referendum.

He should be knighted.

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I honestly believe Cameron will have voted out in the ballot box. I didn't get the feeling any time during the campaign that he really believed what he was saying.

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