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Old 07.07.2016, 15:20
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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" the outcome is going to lead to a more sensible and democratic EU " So what? UK will no longer be a member?
Or do you expect Brexit to be overturned
marton, use your grey matter. The UK will continue to have a relationship with the EU, we may join the single market, will have ongoing political ties, and in future there is a good chance that one day, decades hence, we may even re-join it. Reform is in everyone's interests.

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... and those who voted leave from the comfort of their Swiss mountains find it oh so ... what?

Satisfied?

Of course your high Swiss salary will be worth more when you go back home to boast to your family and friends- and buy your clothes and Branston to bring home. Ah how cosy and sweet it will feel- and smug too.
Ahh Odile, you really are pushing this broken record aren't you? The sentiments in your posts quite frankly arrogant, condescending and ironically (given you are a venerable member) immature. Simply, they are not nice and clearly reflect on your way of looking at people who don't think the same as you do.

PS: I didn't vote, I just have the ability to objectively analyze situations. This is something you (and marton) appear to be having difficulties with.

Last edited by Chuff; 07.07.2016 at 16:16.
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