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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Elated....

    Sometimes you have to tear things apart and start again. This in my opinion, is one of those times.

    Change is scary... but with change comes opportunity.

    My main problem, is that I live in Scotland and have the SNP to contend with.

    Only my personal opinion/s here of course.
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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    P**sed off, because people are ignoring the fact that Scotland voted to remain a part of the UK and thus we have to respect the voice of the rest of the UK, regardless of the overall result.

    It's all a complete mess we could've done without.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Well pissed off.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by sykobee View Post
    Yeah, England and Wales.

    Cornwall (voted leave): We will still get our massive EU funding, right?
    Yorkshire (voted leave): We will still get our massive EU funding, right?
    Wales (voted leave): We will still get our massive EU funding, right?

    Nope.

    The only good thing is that it's shaking up the political establishment, dislodged Hameron, killed off Boris, and so on. Problem is the Tory candidates are all terrible horrible people.

    Totally agree with you.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    just dandy, thank you kindly.
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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Pissed off and think that for the best of the uk, each Londoners vote should be worth more in the future.
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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    I am disappointed with the result. It has certainly shaken up the politicians and the voters too. We are a very resilient nation and have done well for many years. I am sure that the UK (or whatever will be left of it) will find its place in the world and do well, but I am very concerned about the path to that future place. We will see what happens.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by KrisWragg View Post
    Working as developer in a company with several EU developers and a lot of EU and overseas scientists it's not the best thing for me or my company...
    My son came home from work (games) and told me of the abuse his French and German colleagues have received this week. If this keeps up, it may be impossible to keep EU workers in the country however much they are needed.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by Godric View Post
    eh we (Scotland) will be leaving the UK we voted overwhelmingly to stay in the EU 62% to 38% ... our place is in Europe and not the UK

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    That would save the English tax payer some money bye
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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    I reckon it'll be good for UK, once we've actually left and everything settles

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    I'm a bit depressed about it all, since it's a step backwards, and also pretty bad for our economy over the next few years. I won't be happy having to spend extra for PC components due to the fall in the value of the pound, nor anything else that will, or has already, gone up. I expect food prices will start to rise too, which can't be a good thing for poorer people. If prices of stuff in general go up too much, people will spend less, so less money going through our economy, which as a net result means less will be gained from taxes, meaning less funding for things government related, like the NHS, which could end up being privatised. I know the EU isn't perfect, and tbh, it needs some work doing to it to get rid of corruption and stupid laws, but despite that, I can't help thinking that we've just shot ourselves in the foot by making bad relations with a huge number of other countries.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    I am ecstatic.
    This East European mass immigration has been going on for quite a while and has badly affected the quality of our society. Did they really think that this would continue forever ? How long before the twig snaps? And, it snapped it has!
    The people have spoken and have shown that they are not to be ignored.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    I was surprised that people actually voted leave. Now all I want is for those idealists to get the economic damage over and done with before the uncertainty drags on too long. Even in the best case scenario we're looking at six months and it could be years.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    I've asked management to look into relocation options. Flee the sinking ship, like the noble rat.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    imo UK is now a mess. its a joke how some people of England didnt take it seriously.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Poorer I guess

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