View Poll Results: Should The UK Leave The EU?

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    Should The UK Leave The EU?

    That is the question.

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    Closing the stable door after the horse has bolted.



    Should've never been associated with that circus from the start.

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    ^ I agree. I voted 'NO'. Anyone vote 'YES'? I've never spoke to anyone who'll admit they did.

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    ^I voted YES, and I would vote the same if there were a referendum.

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    ^ You're my first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic
    ^ You're my first.
    Then I shall be gentle with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaimeme
    Closing the stable door after the horse has bolted.
    Exactly ,,,, farmers around here are never gonna go back to employing people on the minimum wage 6.55p per hour and having to pay holidays etc to English workers ,, when they can use Romainiun / Hungariun / Lithuainiun people who are prepared to live in squalor 8 in a caravan with no running water etc parked illegally on the farm working for 2 per hour on a self employed basis , which fall outside of any EU employment legislation .
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    ^^ This thread should get rough later so thanks.

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    Oh sorry ,,,, how cynical of me ,,,

    I forgot to add the farmers have to use foreign labour because no English will do the job tut tut ,, yeah right on

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    Not as simple as a yes no poll. Leaving the EU is a complex issue which could take years to achieve.
    Even if the UK and the EU were to go their separate ways, new agreements would have to be made with individual member states for trade, access, finance, agriculture and a whole other load of stuff we currently benefit from by being part of the EU.
    Both the UK and EU members would still want to conduct trade and have legal agreements and other reciprocal measures, but these would all have to be renegotiated individually if UK was outside the EU.
    My belief is that UK membership should be as a trading partner as we were under the EEC. Withdraw from most other agreements, and negotiate a few cherry picked issues we would wish to remain a part of.
    Tory government does not want this because of implications for UK as a financial centre. As they are the only realistic chance of getting a referendum in the next parliament, everyone should vote Tory and hold them to that referendum promise.
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    I say stay but negotiate clauses whereby, for example, if we give benefits to citizens of other countries they exactly match the benefits given to our citizens abroad.

    See how the Poles like it when our Chavs live there on UK-sized benefits and scrounge child benefits for kids who live back in the UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    See how the Poles like it when our Chavs live there on UK-sized benefits and scrounge child benefits for kids who live back in the UK.
    Are you referring to this poor gentleman?

    Romanian scrap worker pledges to bring his wife and five children to join him in UK 'because it's my right to 25,000 benefits and a four bedroom house'

    • Nicu Popescu wants to move his family to Britain to claim 25k in benefits
    • Romanian scrapyard worker says it is his 'right' to claim state handouts
    • He wants up to 25,000 in benefits and a four bedroom house
    • The plan has been condemned as an 'abuse' of soft benefits system
    • Comes as EU court says migrants do not have unqualified right to benefits

    A Romanian scrap yard worker has provoked fury by claiming it is his 'right' to move his family to Britain so he can claim up to 25,000 of benefits.
    Father-of-five Nicu Popescu, 30, moved to Birmingham from Bucharest two years ago and says he now plans to bring over his wife and children in order to top up his low income and take advantage of its easy handouts.
    His plans have been widely condemned by MPs as an 'abuse' of Britain's weak benefits system and an example of why immigration routes should be tightened.





    Scrapyard worker Nicu Popescu (pictured) claims British benefits will top up his low income
    Romanian plans to bring his family to join him in UK to claim benefits | Daily Mail Online

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    They should also replace the gold tooth he's missing.

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    Hope you paid Goebbels for his avatar as you know copyright infringement by poor is heavily enforced, if your a Poo Yai excuse me sir, can you spare a few democratic ideals.

    As others have noted UK Ireland and Denmark who acceded in 1/1/1973 saw benefits of wider trade bloc,the move to a US of Europe is unwanted by many and referenda in France Holland and Ireland have been rerun when compete with the Fourth Reich agenda.

    Despite the current surge for UKIP I feel the stateless international rich will rig it whichever way it benefits them and their banskster criminal lackeys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    Hope you paid Goebbels for his avatar as you know copyright infringement by poor is heavily enforced,

    Are you confusing Goebbels with Himmler?

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    Yes I've had too much vegemite I stand corrected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    Yes I've had too much vegemite I stand corrected.
    As it's a copyrighted av, Noodles is required to pay royalties.
    Directed to CM, less Udon.

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    We seldom go to EU to work and definately not for benefit.
    Close the doors, leave the union and cancel all foreign aid.
    And kick out anyone without a UK passport.
    Thailand wouldn't bat an eyelid.

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    I aint that geezers fault from Bucharest ,, you can't blame him I don't ,

    Where its all wrong and where it should be stopped for EVERYONE English included is this poxy TOP UP benefit

    In my days of bringing up a young family/ mortgage etc , this was called overtime ,,

    I used to work 7 days a week to get my ( benefits ) nowadays I work to pay tax to give to these shitheads who work the 18 / 24 hour week system so they can claim they're ( benefits )

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    Hey , our great leader , David Cameron scared the shit out of Putin ( Russian leader ) in Brisbane Australia.
    If Cameron can scare the Russians with his robust talk, the E.U must be shitting themselves.
    The Roma gypsies and Afghanistan-is ain't, they got a visit from Tory candidates in Rochester Kent, asking for their vote and support in beating the Greens, in the elections on the 20 th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic
    Are you referring to this poor gentleman?
    Always love those 'single' apostrophes rather than actual "Quotation marks" which imply it's what was actually said when it is not.

    Amazing how many people are suckered in by shit like this.

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    Oh, and it would be absolute madness for Britain to leave the EU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille
    Oh, and it would be absolute madness for Britain to leave the EU.
    In what way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    Leaving the EU is a complex issue which could take years to achieve.
    After a 'YES' vote in a referendum the UK exit would have to be within 2 years.

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    Right a quiz
    its Portsmouth uk , yesterday
    what are these ''human parasites'' queuing up for ?
    there's 10000 Romanians waiting to get in here










    Romanians vote in their country's presidential election... in PORTSMOUTH | Daily Mail Online

    Thousands of Romanians queue around the block to vote in their country's presidential election... in PORTSMOUTH
    • Waited for hours to cast vote in run-off pitting the social democrat prime minister against centre-right candidate
    • Huge part of electorate live abroad and polling stations were set up in UK today to allow those living here to vote
    • Official at polling station in Portsmouth says they are expecting as many as 10,000 people to vote during the day

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