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    Brexit.

    Odds are fluttering each way at the moment, quite interesting to see it unfold. Very reminiscent of our flag campaign where people rather than policy have become the driving factor of influence.


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    #3
    Remain at 50.3% right now. watching live here: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-...itics-36599102

    the pound plummeted around an hour ago but is back on the rise.

    edit: bbc journo just said 'i thought you were watching swedish porn, just about got me aroused'

    holy shit

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    #4
    Leave just edged ahead (by about 5000 votes). Nothing in it although has been a significant swing (relatively significant given the tightness of the race) towards leave in the last 1/2 hour.

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    #5
    Annnnnndddd.... just as I say that, the next booth comes in and it's Remain back in front by 30k. Nothing in it at all, gonna be a see-saw all night by the looks

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    #6
    Now leave ahead by 18k!

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    #7
    Shit - this is a lot closer to what I had expected.

    I just want to see the world burn so rooting for 'leave'.

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    #8
    votes are 1/3rd in so far

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    #9
    Rii wrote:
    Shit - this is a lot closer to what I had expected.

    I just want to see the world burn so rooting for 'leave'.
    the world seemed to work fine before the EU as well

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    #10
    The world used to work just fine without most things, but dependence changes things. Take those things away and the systems built on them will collapse and leave a mountain of shit in it's place until it's all put back to normal again.

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    #11
    Leave 176k ahead now

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    #12
    As an ex-Brit, I'm all for it.

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    #13
    Six Month Low and a Six Month high on the same day for the British pound against the US Dollar... shrewd foreign exchange investors will be making a killing at the moment.

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    #14
    Hope leave wins. Sick of anti democratic globalists.

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    #15
    Looks like the margin for leave is growing, interesting times to come. At the very least a leave referendum means that the UK might start buying our products again so that is nice.

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    #16
    margin is shrinking...damn it is close

    was 51.6 then 51.3 now 51.1% - still over 400k diff though

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    #17
    trackers wrote:
    margin is shrinking...damn it is close

    was 51.6 then 51.3 now 51.1% - still over 400k diff though
    It is unfortunate it is so close, hardly gives a real mandate for something as massive as leaving the EU, not just for the UK but also for all of Europe.

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    #18
    thomoya wrote:
    Hope leave wins. Sick of anti democratic globalists.
    Come on now, everyone in Europe loves austerity. Don't they?

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    Cynic wrote:
    It is unfortunate it is so close, hardly gives a real mandate for something as massive as leaving the EU, not just for the UK but also for all of Europe.
    Gives a mandate for England if you look at the distribution of votes. Scotland should leave if they want.

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    thomoya wrote:
    Gives a mandate for England if you look at the distribution of votes. Scotland should leave if they want.
    other way around

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    #21
    I meant Scotland should leave the UK, and join the EU on their own, if it lasts that long

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    #22
    I hope they leave, it's looking more and more like it eh.

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    #23
    I hope they stay, they're ****ing up my passport, assholes

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    #24
    Scotland's gonna be mad as ****. They voted to remain.

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    #25
    thomoya wrote:
    Gives a mandate for England if you look at the distribution of votes. Scotland should leave if they want.
    Not much even then, a few percentage points, maybe 4-5. That is hardly an overwhelming majority either way.