• UK is leaving the EU
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[QUOTE=fruxodaily;50580461]i dont know if this has been posted but the guardian has a live tracker (similar to the US primary live tracker) [url]http://www.theguardian.com/politics/ng-interactive/2016/jun/23/eu-referendum-live-results-and-analysis[/url][/QUOTE] Why does Boris look like a mix between Trump and 2009-era Justin Bieber?
I feel bad for you guys stuck on Mr. Johnson's wild ride. Fucking hell, the Scottish independence referendum wasn't half as stressful as this.
I hope the death toll from heart attacks due to watching these results come in isn't too high
Wow very surprised by Liverpool being remain, most people around here seemed to be leave
Leave lead at 29k [editline]24th June 2016[/editline] At 4k now
Remain is back in the lead!
Every time I get up to go to the toilet or get a drink it swaps over to the other side, this is insanely close.
Liverpool is for Remain - wonder if that means we'll see a pattern of the bigger cities voting in?
Imagine if Leave win by 1 vote margin.
Remain has the lead again!
55k damn this is crazy
Remain back in the lead, this is fucking nailbiting.
Jesus, it happened [img]http://i.imgur.com/Vk6086c.jpg[/img]
it so close, almost every time a new city is counted the leader swaps round
3570 gap holy fuck
Who was that daft shit on BBC implying leaving the EU would be the end of zero hour contracts and agency work? They're already scrapping zero hours as it is. Not to mention the amount of agencies fielding seasonal/actual temp work is minimal and the myth of "12 weeks then you're gone" has never existed.
[QUOTE=Chaitin;50580693]Imagine if Leave win by 1 vote margin.[/QUOTE] This is one of the few times in a democracy where every single vote matters. I partly think some people didn't understand this was a popular vote. If people did know this I think the turnout would be event higher.
[QUOTE=Jsm;50580658]Try this [URL]http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/video_and_audio/headlines/36559505[/URL][/QUOTE] Works thanks!
And back to leave, so on edge
And leave again in the lead, my goddamn heart
Shit's oscillating faster than quartz right now.
[QUOTE=smurfy;50580681]I hope the death toll from heart attacks due to watching these results come in isn't too high[/QUOTE] There will only be heart attacks when the 90+ brexit pensioners find out that in is in.
Whichever side we're on we can all agree: fuck this fucking shit fuck
[QUOTE=Jsm;50580704]This is one of the few times in a democracy where every single vote matters. I partly think some people didn't understand this was a popular vote. If people did know this I think the turnout would be event higher.[/QUOTE] It would be interesting to see a retrospective poll of voluntary non-voters, seeing if they regret said decision or not.
[QUOTE=spekter;50580703]Who was that daft shit on BBC implying leaving the EU would be the end of zero hour contracts and agency work? They're already scrapping zero hours as it is. Not to mention the amount of agencies fielding seasonal/actual temp work is minimal and the myth of "12 weeks then you're gone" has never existed.[/QUOTE] I don't even see how the EU and zero-hour contracts are related. Lovely to see someone with a big voice like that being so clueless..
As an American, I'm not exactly educated on which side would be better for the UK. Why do people want to leave the EU?
Jesus Christ the BBC's presentation is awful. Watching this makes me feel like I am in primary school, needing graphics to grab my attention and make it "simple".
Hm, my old home of North Dorset voted to leave.
And of course Havant, my constituency, comes out in favour of Leave.
[QUOTE=dingusnin;50580725]Jesus Christ the BBC's presentation is awful. Watching this makes me feel like I am in primary school, needing graphics to grab my attention and make it "simple".[/QUOTE] well you need to remember most of the population has that level of intelligence anyway
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