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# 196 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 15:12
 
 
Brexit: How This Will Effect Your Upcoming Abortion

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# 197 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 16:14
 
 
Someone said :
Brexit: How This Will Effect Your Upcoming Abortion

http://waterfordwhispersnews.com/2016/06/24/brexit-how-this-will- etc ...

I love that.
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# 198 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 16:17
 
 
Shocking outcome of the referendum. This was achieved on lies and fearmongering. It will doubtless be bad for the UK. Fear and insularity won out today.
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# 199 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 16:45
 
 
I wouldn't want to be getting a new passport in the next few weeks. Apparently they've run out of forms in many NI Post Offices.

What an amazing night though. Hard to believe that the media were so surprised yet again that the polling simply didn't deliver.
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# 200 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 19:27
 
 
An astonishing own goal by Cameron. Agreed to a referendum just to humour some of his Tory chums and somehow managed to deliver a profound national crisis while destroying his own career.
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# 201 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 19:55
 
 
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Rumour. Just a rumour.

Morgan Stanley going to move 2000 staff to Frankfurt or Dublin?

I wonder is it a good time to invest in the Dublin property market.

I heard Germany, but again, just a rumour.
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# 202 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 23:00
 
 
Bloody hell Brexit was not solely an English issue

Wales, Scotland, N Ireland and England were involved, sick to death hearing keep England for the English
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# 203 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 23:40
 
 
Bloody hell Brexit was not solely an English, Welsh, Scottish and N Irish issue, sick to death of not hearing about Gibraltar, drives me ape.
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# 204 : Saturday 25-6-2016 @ 00:41
 
 
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# 205 : Saturday 25-6-2016 @ 00:49
 
 
I know that the turnout was high, but I can't help wondering if more young British people voted the result might have been different?

A seriously bad day for Britain.
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# 206 : Saturday 25-6-2016 @ 01:42
 
 
Apparently some people voted 'Leave', thinking their vote wouldn't make a difference.

Well, they've made their bed.

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# 207 : Saturday 25-6-2016 @ 07:38
 
 
Someone said :
I know that the turnout was high, but I can't help wondering if more young British people voted the result might have been different?

A seriously bad day for Britain.

If it was so important to them, why didnt they come out in greater numbers.

They were probably busy 'liking' it on social media.
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# 208 : Saturday 25-6-2016 @ 10:16
 
 
Don't be so fucking insulting, you're posting here enough so it seems you like social media as much as a young person.
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# 209 : Saturday 25-6-2016 @ 15:31
 
 
Someone said :
I know that the turnout was high, but I can't help wondering if more young British people voted the result might have been different?

A seriously bad day for Britain.

Perhaps the remain camp did not reach this group in the run up to the referendum.
Farage et al honed in on one particular group and it paid off for them.
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# 210 : Monday 27-6-2016 @ 00:07
 
 
Apparently there is talk floating around that there might be a second referendum. Personally I don't see this happening.
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