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Old 02.08.2016, 17:58
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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It does seem rather childish for certain politicians to have pushed (dishonestly) for a result they had no plan for, while expecting others to have already put a plan in place and threatening to cause trouble if it's not exactly the way they wanted it. Rather like a teenager nagging their parents to go on a trip with their friends, then getting stranded and expecting their parents to pick them up at the other end of the country, then threatening to trash their room if they're not allowed to go on another trip.
ďBy the 2020 election if we havenít got back our territorial fishing waters...." Today the UK only possesses 13% of the EUís total sea area, but is allocated 30% of the EUís current fish quotas; seems only likely to end in tears?
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