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Old 24.06.2016, 13:06
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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It may or not be the beginning of the end of the EU, but it looks more and more likely that it could turn out to be the end of the U.K., as Sturgeon has just announced that Scotland is determined to stay in the EU and the likelihood for a second referendum to leave the UK is immense.
The woman has independence for Scotland on the brain and will use any opportunity to try and get it. Her excuse now is that when Scotland voted to stay in the UK it was on the assumption that the UK would remain in the EU. Unfortunately for her, Cameron announced he'd organise the referendum way back in January 2013, long before the Scottish independence vote happened. So Scottish voters knew there was a chance the UK would vote to leave in the future, yet they still decided to remain part of the UK.

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Its like the 2015 election all over again. All rabid labour voters unsure why they lost because every tweet, fb post and instagram picture implied they'd win.

Useful tip going forward - social media isn't particularly good at being social or accurate media.
(Shove that in your twitsphere and tweet it)
Neither are the bookies. They totally got it wrong - again!
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