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# 1 : Sunday 14-6-2015 @ 15:29
 
 
I thought it would be interesting to start a thread on the the UK EU referendum .
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# 2 : Sunday 14-6-2015 @ 15:40
 
 
I'm very curious about these negotiations between Cameron and Merkel, what powerIi which gefs messy.
s exactly does he want Back?
ITs all very vague
In work benefits? Surely they could solve that edith domestic legislation treating their own workers the same as eu workers?
If they change actual treaties it then triggers referendums in othercountries too .

Cameron is suddenly very quiet about the human rights act since Nicola Stirling told him she wouldn't tolerate him scrapping it.
it's a bit silly if the wet part of the Tory party and ukip are forcing a referendum on a country for xenophobic reasons.
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# 3 : Sunday 14-6-2015 @ 17:24
 
 
I'd feel better about answering if you cleaned up the spelling etc of your post sfiderman, it's as confusing as Greek GDP analysis.
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# 4 : Sunday 14-6-2015 @ 18:24
 
 
I think is quite cjenwodkf.
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# 5 : Sunday 14-6-2015 @ 22:03
 
 
We should have one too, just after the UK and put it to bed once and for all.
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# 6 : Sunday 14-6-2015 @ 22:27
 
 
Someone said :
I think is quite cjenwodkf.

YOU TAKE THAT BACK!!!
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# 7 : Sunday 14-6-2015 @ 22:33
 
 
I think the UK will vote to remain judging by recent polls. Its far from certain though.
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# 8 : Monday 15-6-2015 @ 16:28
 
 
Someone said :
We should have one too, just after the UK and put it to bed once and for all.

We have voted and passed all EU treaties

I am not worried about the UK leaving
First off it wont be any great loss
The UK has always been an awkward member and isnt participating in the major EU structures

In relation to Ireland and UK trade
If and I feel its unlikely the UK does leave it will for, a free trade relationship with the EU so Irish/UK relations will be like Sweden/Norway or Switzerland/Germany
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# 9 : Saturday 5-3-2016 @ 11:17
 
 
John Longworth was sacked from the BCC because he expressed his personal support for the Brexit. Because all the other members are against it. They said he was sacked for breaching his duty of professionaldiscretion! They can say they are against it but he cannot say he is for it!
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# 10 : Saturday 5-3-2016 @ 15:39
 
 
Each nation in the UK should be asked individually if they want to exit the EU. Thise that say yes can exit together. Those that say no can join Ireland in an United Celtic Republique
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# 11 : Sunday 6-3-2016 @ 02:55
 
 
There was also a poll a few weeks ago shows 53% of the Dutch want a referendum on leaving the EU/NEXIT and it would be 44% stay 43% leave (see Euobserver archives). The Czech PM has said Brexit would lead to a referendum in his country. I think Merkel has overplayed her hand due to German war guilt.
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# 12 : Sunday 6-3-2016 @ 03:22
 
 
it will be like the scottish independence referendum , england will remain as part of a united kingdom with the european union , , too risky to leave, thats what the eu is for , to keep countries stuck togetherfor some persons gain
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# 13 : Sunday 6-3-2016 @ 10:28
 
 
We will not leave, too much to lose if we did...
Here in N Ireland our farmers depend heavily on the EU subsidies from the EU, many could not survive without this security net...
Boris et al are tits, the man has no real clue how withdrawing would have a negative impact on the lives of those who live outside LONDON...

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# 14 : Sunday 6-3-2016 @ 12:06
 
 
The "City" of London would probably benefit from lighter regulation than EU regulation.
That could be a good or bad thing.
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# 15 : Sunday 6-3-2016 @ 21:18
 
 
Someone said :
We will not leave, too much to lose if we did...
Here in N Ireland our farmers depend heavily on the EU subsidies from the EU, many could not survive without this security net...
Boris et al are tits, the man has no real clue how withdrawing would have a negative impact on the lives of those who live outside LONDON...

It's people outside London who want to leave. Britain would be more than able to commence it's own subsidies with the money it saves from propping up Bulgarian ditchwhackers.
And everyone in Northern Ireland is subsidised by London.
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