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    Default Historic day for Great Britain!

    Bev


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    Correct decision made

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    We shall see.
    The pound has now plummeted, and Britain could now be in for a mini recession. You may be in for a bumpy ride for a few years. Time will tell.

    Good luck with it.
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    Bye bye EU. Don't call us - we'll call you!
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    Happy days

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    Rejoice, rejoice!

    Never really thought it would happen but even though I have to go to work nothing can spoil this day.

    You lose Progressives! There are more of us than there are of you. Thank God.
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    Whether you like it or not a change was required IMO.

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    well done ! I didn't think people would have the courage to leave ! Not the easiest move but the right one IMO.
    Now, the EU politicians will go out of their way to make the exit as painful as they possibly can.

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    Yes, rejoice!

    Thank God people didn't listen to the project fear mongers.
    I see 'Brave heart' Scotland bottled it. Hmmm...

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    Thumbs up Camerson resigns!

    So Brexit wins.... I wasn't expecting that. It'll be interesting to see what happens now, but it'll be a long time before us (ordinary citizens) genuinely feel the impact of that decision.

    Anyway, chinless wonder Cameron's off (just resigned), boo-hoo (not), but we might end up with Boris Johnson instead... Would that be an upgrade or a downgrade - or perhaps a side-grade?

    Let's hope botty-spank, coke-boy Osborne goes ta-ta, too....

    Now.... BRING ON the SCOTTISH REFERENDUM, TAKE II!!



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