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Should The UK Leave The EU?

Should The UK leave the EU?  

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  1. 1. Should The UK leave the EU?

    • YES, we dont need them like a leach sucking our life away
      20
    • NO, we need Europe more than they need us
      5
    • eh....what you on about
      1
    • dont care, im a treee huging pacifist, all i wanna do is paint flowers
      1


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OK HERE'S YOUR SAY............

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10 views..........2 votes, it only takes a second to vote.........

ok ok ok......i understand voter apathy

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We have enough bungling halfwit toadying self interested politicians already.

Can well do without more and more layers of the leeching scum :angry:

POLITICS ....

'POLI' meaning many... 'TICS' meaning blood sucking parasites :ph34r:

WAY too much 'government' going on... should butt out of most areas of life...

Just see to the basics (though i doubt they can even be trusted to do that)

Can you believe they're gonna bribe kids to stay in 6th form now ?

Give them between 10 and 30 quid per week for going to school :angry:

Yeah yeah, that's right... coach them early on how to sponge off the benefit system...

Well it sure beats having to work (learn) for a living doesn't it :megaangry:

The whole place is going completely hatstand ... Arrgghhhh !!

:megaangry: :megaangry: :megaangry: :megaangry: :megaangry: :megaangry:

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I voted 'no'. But not because we need them more than they need us (in any case, that's a very short term view - just because we have faired better than most economically in recent years, it has not always been that way).

TonyGoose - there is always going to be a government, EU or not.

I voted no because personally I think the EU in principle is a good thing - freedom to travel, freedom to move, freedom to trade - what's bad about that?

In fact, we have the EU to thank for the relative fall in car prices in recent years.

In a hundred years time, people will probably look back and wonder how we all existed as individual countries (do you know what it's like travelling on the London Undergound with people smoking cigarettes in the carriages? - well, unbelievably, you used to be able to smoke on the underground).

Only time will tell.

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not sure there's an option for me. if modern living is about freedom of choice, then we needed more options in the poll, such as:

just be a trading group (EFTA)

adopt the sensible EU laws (but only if the rest enforce them as well)

sod the EU army (how can a bunch of lillylivered self-servers be allowed to control OUR forces (tho on reflection, we've got enough home grown ones of those already!))

and how could we possibly have a 'level playing field' unless EVERYTHING was harmonised (income tax, VAT, NHI, house prices, road fund licence fees, wages, holidays, farm subsidies, immigration policies (well, i suppose one might be useful!), civilbloodyliberties, etc., etc.,)

AND FINALLY, if blair gives us a referendum on 'the constitution' (which might in any event be advantageous to the common man), he'd only use the result as an excuse NOT to give us a referndum on something much more important in the future.

that feels better; shame non-one who matters will read it! :sick:

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and how could we possibly have a 'level playing field' unless EVERYTHING was harmonised (income tax, VAT, NHI, house prices, road fund licence fees, wages, holidays, farm subsidies, immigration policies (well, i suppose one might be useful!), civilbloodyliberties, etc., etc.,)

I couldn't agree more.

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