• UK is leaving the EU
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[QUOTE=Camundongo;50580728]And of course Havant, my constituency, comes out in favour of Leave.[/QUOTE] Yeah, not really surprised with that one tbh :v:
[QUOTE=Solomon;50580724]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?[/QUOTE] They dislike money and want to be poorer.
I'm so fucking scared.
Well, happy to see the place I studied in Wales voted remain :v
My area voted Leave... Fuck sake :v:
Richmond on Thames (London) 70 - 30 remain, 50 - 50 split in South Antrim in NI, Leave for Gloucester and Maidstone and North Antrim
[QUOTE=Solomon;50580724]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?[/QUOTE] Because they think the immigrants are making them poorer, and while it does have some effect, they'll quickly find out that it's our government that plays the biggest part in doing that.
Oh fuck yeah islington went remain even tough everyone saw it coming, still feels good.
is this what watching the us presidential election as a brit feels like
...you know what, im just gonna go sleep and wait for all this to blow over.
[QUOTE=elitehakor;50580768]is this what watching the us presidential election as a brit feels like[/QUOTE] Presidential elections are usually obvious in their results
Out of most lists i saw that were x ammount of reasons to leave the eu aatleast 2 were immigration bullet points. And a feeling of sovereignty. was tied at 50% again for a bit
-snip- Didnt read the results properly
About a 70k lead for leave right now.
I know Leave campaign wanted another referendum if remain won narrowly, but what happens when leave wins narrowly?
this is how i feel [img]http://i.imgur.com/BndvGFC.png[/img]
It's been a rather interesting lesson in British geography so far, learned there's a rather unimaginatively-named council called Scottish Borders.
[QUOTE=Durandal;50580788]I know Leave campaign wanted another referendum if remain won narrowly, but what happens when leave wins narrowly?[/QUOTE] no side wants that what kind of democracy casts a re-vote every time you lose
Holy shit the Borders voted Remain. Maybe they're not all braindead choocter bastards after all.
Maddening. 50/50 [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/bti7cYo.png[/IMG]
160k on leave
Scrap that, leave is at 100k lead now so once again; welp.
[QUOTE=Durandal;50580788]I know Leave campaign wanted another referendum if remain won narrowly, but what happens when leave wins narrowly?[/QUOTE] Neither side should get another go.
[QUOTE=Lord Xenoyia;50580796]no side wants that what kind of democracy casts a re-vote every time you lose[/QUOTE] Didn't Farage say that he wanted yet another vote if it was very close?
Leave's pulling out in front now, is this how it ends?
Come on leave!
What are the heavyweight counties that've yet to announce results?
[QUOTE=Durandal;50580806]Didn't Farage say that he wanted yet another vote if it was very close?[/QUOTE] I'm on the side of leave, but nigel farage is even more of an idiot if he said that
Living in Middlesbrough right now, hometown is Darlington, both have a leave majority. I need to head to sleep before this shit drives me mad. :v:
[QUOTE=Sgt Doom;50580815]What are the heavyweight counties that've yet to announce results?[/QUOTE] London is where the huge constituencies mostly are
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