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24 June 2016 11:44 Post ID: #472217 - in reply to #471037
The road ahead is confusing to say the least, on one hand you have doom and gloom with the other a sense of a better future. The reality of it being, nowt has changed yet and with a chance that things could move on to another agreement to benefit people that wont be us.

I thought that a vote IN would keep things as they were and a vote OUT that would see things slowly change over a period ranging from 2 - 10 years but ive already heard this morning that Boris Johnson is in no hurry to invoke article 50 to set the wheels of 'change' in motion.

Seems a strange decision that unless there's things potentially ahead that we're not aware of in the form of some other sort of deal.
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24 June 2016 11:50 Post ID: #472218 - in reply to #471037
Christ, I knew id had a few last night but I made the ronny gill.

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/how-lindsay-loh...
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24 June 2016 11:56 Post ID: #472219 - in reply to #472208
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OldLeazes - 24/6/2016 11:07

I'm delighted we left, and had the very great pleasure of telling my MP and County Cllr to get the fuck away from my door last night when they called to canvass for the Remain camp.



Bet they were a picture, know the pair of them!!!
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24 June 2016 12:03 Post ID: #472220 - in reply to #471037
Things are moving on at speed. Labour have submitted a motion of no confidence in Corbyn and Russia on the back of the exit, wants to build good relations with us.
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24 June 2016 12:18 Post ID: #472221 - in reply to #472219
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daftladguy - 24/6/2016 11:56

OldLeazes - 24/6/2016 11:07

I'm delighted we left, and had the very great pleasure of telling my MP and County Cllr to get the fuck away from my door last night when they called to canvass for the Remain camp.

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Bet they were a picture, know the pair of them!!!



They got as far as half way down the path before they turned tail, leaving the poor lass they sent to the door alone to deal with it. That alone says enough to me. The County Cllr in question knows me, and is terrified of being confronted. He's a mealy mouthed, cross eyed, homophobic tosser. The MP is a coward, happy to bomb Syria, but too afraid to come up the garden path himself.


Edited by OldLeazes 24/6/2016 12:21
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24 June 2016 12:36 Post ID: #472222 - in reply to #471037
I've kept very quiet, believing that it's up to the individual to make their own choice. When I'd made mine (pro remain) I said so. I genuinely hope the Leave vote is successful in bringing about the change for the better, I have grave concerns however. Chief among which are the economic policies of a certain Patrick Minford . You may have heard of him you may have not. Remember the 80's when the North was cut adrift under Thatcher? Who was a key largely unheard of figure in those policies ? Minford . Who was a key mover and shaker largely unheard of figure behind the scenes of Better Off Out ? Bingo !!
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24 June 2016 12:53 Post ID: #472223 - in reply to #471037
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Very well put KK,especially the sentiment wishing for genuine success for the leave vote in bringing about change for the better.

I reckon tnmw's optimism and ol's bravado are what most mimics the feeling and attitude amongst the leave support at this moment in time.

Your warning will in the main go unheeded.

People wanted change,it's wait and see time whether they get the right kind.
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24 June 2016 13:00 Post ID: #472224 - in reply to #472223
PieMag - 24/6/2016 12:53

Very well put KK,especially the sentiment wishing for genuine success for the leave vote in bringing about change for the better.

I reckon tnmw's optimism and ol's bravado are what most mimics the feeling and attitude amongst the leave support at this moment in time.

Your warning will in the main go unheeded.

People wanted change,it's wait and see time whether they get the right kind.


That's the type of person I am on here in that I always look for the optimistic side in anything. Some would say it's a good thing, others will say bad but I can't help the way im wired up.

Now, if we were talking in the pub or wherever, id be the bloke that Victor Meldrew modelled himself on.
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24 June 2016 13:21 Post ID: #472225 - in reply to #472224
Toon_NoMatterWot - 24/6/2016 13:00

PieMag - 24/6/2016 12:53

Very well put KK,especially the sentiment wishing for genuine success for the leave vote in bringing about change for the better.

I reckon tnmw's optimism and ol's bravado are what most mimics the feeling and attitude amongst the leave support at this moment in time.

Your warning will in the main go unheeded.

People wanted change,it's wait and see time whether they get the right kind.


That's the type of person I am on here in that I always look for the optimistic side in anything. Some would say it's a good thing, others will say bad but I can't help the way im wired up.

Now, if we were talking in the pub or wherever, id be the bloke that Victor Meldrew modelled himself on. :35:


I don't believe it .
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24 June 2016 13:28 Post ID: #472226 - in reply to #472225
keggy_keagal - 24/6/2016 13:21

Toon_NoMatterWot - 24/6/2016 13:00

PieMag - 24/6/2016 12:53

Very well put KK,especially the sentiment wishing for genuine success for the leave vote in bringing about change for the better.

I reckon tnmw's optimism and ol's bravado are what most mimics the feeling and attitude amongst the leave support at this moment in time.

Your warning will in the main go unheeded.

People wanted change,it's wait and see time whether they get the right kind.


That's the type of person I am on here in that I always look for the optimistic side in anything. Some would say it's a good thing, others will say bad but I can't help the way im wired up.

Now, if we were talking in the pub or wherever, id be the bloke that Victor Meldrew modelled himself on. :35:


I don't believe it .


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24 June 2016 16:41 Post ID: #472227 - in reply to #472226
Just a quick little thought I had when out and about today. I wonder how far from the truth my thought is.

Is it beyond the realms of possibility that we could be leaders of a 'breakaway' Euro league?

Just with talk of the likes of Holland, Italy and even the French maybe voting to leave the EU in the coming years, it shows things aren't that great in it as an overall picture.

The scenario may be complicated further as we're going to be like one of them top free transfer's that come up now and then, only this time, the interested 'sides' will be the likes of America, Russia, China and the rest of the disgruntled.
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24 June 2016 19:55 Post ID: #472228 - in reply to #471037
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Gutted after this mornings result.
Overheard two middle aged blokes in Blaydon library (one with a wonga top on).One said to the other "Av only ever voted once but av just voted before,they're takin ower man" as he flicked though the daily mail.
Meanwhile we wait for the next UNELECTED tory to become our next prime minister whist Britain becomes even more divided.On a positive note there's a chance people might join the dots,become more politicised & concentrate on trying to oust the real culprits in this whole sordid mess,the fkn tories.
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24 June 2016 20:03 Post ID: #472229 - in reply to #472227
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https://www.timeshighereducation.com/blog/eu-referendum-many-dont-ca...

Well worth reading the article linked above. I think the author nails it absolutely. There is a disenfranchised underclass in the UK, this article explains why they largely voted for Brexit.
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24 June 2016 20:06 Post ID: #472230 - in reply to #471037
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That's what we've got to hope. If things go wrong from now on at least the Tories can't blame Labour like they have done for the last six years. This is all down to them and an internal power struggle. We still need a credible Labour leader, for despite the fact I like Corbyn's politics. he hasn't got the charisma or leadership ability to be a future Prime Minister. David Milliband probably has but his politics are too closely aligned to that cunt Blair.
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24 June 2016 20:32 Post ID: #472231 - in reply to #472230
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Osborne will be using the next budget as a way of payback.

Punishment for the plebs. Gideon won't be happy with this.

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24 June 2016 20:38 Post ID: #472232 - in reply to #471037
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Good article O.L.but let's not forget that farrage played the blame culture game with the underclass,divide & rule.Hundreds of thousands voted not against the E.U.but they were told that the foreigners were taking their jobs,hospital beds,houses etc & lot of them swallowed it,instead of looking at the political elite in this country & across Europe.Agree vin,don't think Corbyn's up for the job either,who is?
What we don't need is an ashleyesque 8 year scenario,waiting for the likes of boris or I.d.s. making decisions & the sheep taking it up the arse.
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24 June 2016 20:58 Post ID: #472233 - in reply to #471037
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Breaking news.David Icke has just been appointed as the new Foreign Secretary.
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24 June 2016 21:06 Post ID: #472234 - in reply to #472233
Rytoon - 24/6/2016 20:58

Breaking news.David Icke has just been appointed as the new Foreign Secretary.


He's not as loony as is made out though. It's nee surprise that it was the government owned BBC that made him into one.

He must have touched a nerve and his latest video isn't that daft either, I can quite believe most of it.

https://www.davidicke.com/article/376121/just-start-david-icke-video...
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24 June 2016 21:25 Post ID: #472235 - in reply to #471037
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A Prime Minister resigned. The £ plummeted.

The FTSE 100 lost significant ground. But then the £ rallied past February levels, and the FTSE closed on a weekly high: 2.4% up on last Friday, its best performance in 4 months.

President Obama decided we wouldn't be at the 'back of the queue' after all and that our 'special relationship' was still strong.

The French President confirmed the Le Touquet agreement would stay in place. The President of the European Commission stated Brexit negations would be 'orderly' and stressed the UK would continue to be a 'close partner' of the EU.

A big bank denied reports it would shift 2,000 staff overseas.

The CBI, vehemently anti-Brexit during the referendum campaign, stated British business was resilient and would adapt.
Several countries outside the EU stated they wished to begin bi-lateral trade talks with the UK immediately.

If this was the predicted apocalypse, well, it was a very British one. It was all over by teatime. Not a bad first day of freedom.

Edited by Tomfoolery 24/6/2016 21:27
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24 June 2016 21:37 Post ID: #472236 - in reply to #471037
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Hasn't the world stopped turning yet?

It's not like it said in the brochure.
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24 June 2016 21:56 Post ID: #472237 - in reply to #471037
I heard a decent quote once and I dont know who originally said it but:

We spend too much time worrying about tomorrow that we forget to enjoy today.
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24 June 2016 22:27 Post ID: #472238 - in reply to #471037
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Spot on Toon.
"Life is what happens to you whilst you're busy making other plans".John Lennon
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" The moving finger writes". A poem by Omar Khayyyam.We move on...
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24 June 2016 23:27 Post ID: #472239 - in reply to #472236
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OldLeazes - 24/6/2016 21:37

Hasn't the world stopped turning yet?

It's not like it said in the brochure.


Talking about brochures,has the NHS received it's first weekly boost of £350 million yet ?


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25 June 2016 00:06 Post ID: #472240 - in reply to #471037
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I thought most people understood it would take at least two and a half years before we came out of the EEC. Obviously not.
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25 June 2016 02:19 Post ID: #472241 - in reply to #472238
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Meanwhile Toon,david lizard heed icke is having talks in north korea??

Edited by Rytoon 25/6/2016 02:26
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25 June 2016 09:09 Post ID: #472242 - in reply to #472239
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PieMag - 24/6/2016 23:27

OldLeazes - 24/6/2016 21:37

Hasn't the world stopped turning yet?

It's not like it said in the brochure.


Talking about brochures,has the NHS received it's first weekly boost of £350 million yet ?




no that went to europe and will every week till we are officially out..then we can start spending it on where it's needed...in this country
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25 June 2016 14:14 Post ID: #472244 - in reply to #471037
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So the markets end up almost back where they started in the morning, yes it may be a little bumpy for a while, but not armageddon as forecast.

Sure all these "experts", make it up.
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25 June 2016 19:37 Post ID: #472246 - in reply to #471037
Not Bob Johnson.
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ya be bang on Guy.
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25 June 2016 19:42 Post ID: #472247 - in reply to #471037
Not Bob Johnson.
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EU have banned more domestic fertilisers and pesticides 170 at the latest count.
yet if you turn up and do the relevant course you can buy them under a different brand.
sybol was a product for the control of cabbage root fly,they banned it unless you had a ticket to buy it.
main ingrediant is Pyrethrum wich you can buy in any pound shop, for you guessed it a feckin quid.
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25 June 2016 19:44 Post ID: #472248 - in reply to #472242
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billy_bullslugs - 25/6/2016 09:09

PieMag - 24/6/2016 23:27

OldLeazes - 24/6/2016 21:37

Hasn't the world stopped turning yet?

It's not like it said in the brochure.


Talking about brochures,has the NHS received it's first weekly boost of £350 million yet ?




no that went to europe and will every week till we are officially out..then we can start spending it on where it's needed...in this country


It was a sarcastic reply to a stupid comment billy.

Why would the world stop turning one day after leaving ?

Same way people are talking about the experts being wrong,TWO days after voting out.

The real concerns are issues such as Scotland leaving the UK.

What will happen to Faslane for instance.

And who is going to lead the country.
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25 June 2016 19:53 Post ID: #472249 - in reply to #471037
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Of much greater importance is the news that Dermot O' Leary says he needs a hug after the Brexit news, and he is glad that Glastonbury is on because he can get one there.

If I ever have a moment of panic thinking I've done the wrong thing then this consoles me.

Hilarious, even if it means the country is fucked (it isn't by the way)
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25 June 2016 20:29 Post ID: #472250 - in reply to #472228
Rytoon - 24/6/2016 19:55

Gutted after this mornings result.
Overheard two middle aged blokes in Blaydon library (one with a wonga top on).One said to the other "Av only ever voted once but av just voted before,they're takin ower man" as he flicked though the daily mail.
Meanwhile we wait for the next UNELECTED tory to become our next prime minister whist Britain becomes even more divided.On a positive note there's a chance people might join the dots,become more politicised & concentrate on trying to oust the real culprits in this whole sordid mess,the fkn tories.


You could (and should) also point the finger at the idle young voters who couldn't be arsed to go and vote for their own future.

https://mobile.twitter.com/SkyData/status/746700869656256512

Edited by BertShaft 25/6/2016 20:32
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25 June 2016 21:42 Post ID: #472251 - in reply to #471037
I have my own theory over the youngins but it can wait till im in the zone....
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25 June 2016 21:50 Post ID: #472252 - in reply to #471037
Not Bob Johnson.
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things will calm down and money will make money yet again.
i voted for my grand bairns yet to be born.
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25 June 2016 21:52 Post ID: #472253 - in reply to #471037
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gunna have a bit Adele on bbc 2 now to chill.
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25 June 2016 22:49 Post ID: #472254 - in reply to #471037
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she is mint im watching her now.
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25 June 2016 22:56 Post ID: #472256 - in reply to #472254
billybobcat - 25/6/2016 22:49

she is mint im watching her now.


I am as well. The daughter mentioned her album names reflecting her age on release. I said it was probably her weight in stones.
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25 June 2016 23:12 Post ID: #472258 - in reply to #471037
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she has lost weight
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25 June 2016 23:25 Post ID: #472259 - in reply to #472258
billybobcat - 25/6/2016 23:12

she has lost weight :17:


Not a bad performance mind although she's one gobby bint.
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25 June 2016 23:45 Post ID: #472260 - in reply to #471037
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Aye she admits that toony. She is a fantastic live singer.
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