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Adam Trickett
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I know he didn't call the referendum and he obviously didn't want to prop up the Tories, and he is probably well meaning and honest, but he has a lot to answer for this national disaster that has befallen us all.

As much as Cameron and Osborne are a pair of useless tossers, Boris and Gove are far worse and will do a hell of a lot of damage in a very short space of time.
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I don't remember the Brexit camp promising rising prices, I thought everything was going to be rosy?
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The negative ramifications of Brexit will last generations and it's not just people that will suffer...
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Swivel eyed loons are out in force on twitter today, yesterday and for quite a while...
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+Rob Congalton Sadly the lunatics HAVE taken over the asylum! Wave goodbye to your pension and career as the UK returns to the economic basket case it was in the 50s and 60s!
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Interesting - I didn't see this when it was first published - but even so it's still good to know that a bit of exercise is actually good for you.
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Stating the bleeding obvious...

Sadly most Brexit nutters think this won't happen and magically things will get better all of their own. It's the kind of childish politics that put the Nazi party in office in Germany in the 1930s.

A vote for Brexit would be very bad and almost all the so called advantages are pure myths. Worst off all the Brexit crowd are the worst kind of hard-right Tories who will maker Cameron and Osborne look like socialists...
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+Al McCallum At the moment the pound doesn't need much short selling the media shitstorm is doing that quite well. He also says quite clearly he makes his money from hedging so he wasn't hiding what he does and what he has done.
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Cameron has brought ruin on himself, his party and sadly the rest of the country. The only way now is into oblivion...

As much as I hate the man and all that he stands for, the country is in a far worse place now he has resigned...
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Nice well thought out piece.
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Seems fairly balance, unlike the Brexit camp...
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Originally from Lancashire I spent six years in Yorkshire getting two degrees. After a short academic career in the US, I joined industry during the "dot com" boom.

I currently work for a blue chip medical company, primarily doing SAP ECC06 ABAP & PI development.
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