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What voters make of Brexit
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Lol, because you aren't brit. Do me a favor : brexit!
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As the UK votes to leave the European Union, the BBC’s Rob Watson looks at what could happen next.
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+Hugh Gray what all that as to do with EU? UK has been half in half out, you kept your currency, you had special treatment . IF you want to go so plase go, you are a democratic country you are free to choose but please learn how to distingish between EU politic mistakes and your own mistakes
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Dmitry Kiselyov, one of Russia's most controversial journalists, hits back at Western media after being sanctioned for his coverage of Ukraine.
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In this personal view, influential Conservative commentator and speechwriter to former president George W Bush, David Frum, asks: why is Donald Trump popular with many white voters and why won't that popularity necessarily win him the keys to the White House?
Clue: demographics.
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Delegate danger...
The people must decide.
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Jo Cox 'died for her political views - her widower Brendan tells the BBC.
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Please. She died because of political extremism... if he was foreign he would have been called a terrorist by now.
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The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP, is a deal to cut tariffs and regulatory barriers to trade between the US and EU countries, making it easier for companies on both sides of the Atlantic to access each other's markets.
But not everyone believes it would be a good thing.
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It matters. This referendum is more important than any general election.

Last one was held in the 1970s, you may not see another one in the next 40 years. So cherish the opportunity to decide the future, don't be scared into life long submission.

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Why 7/10 people in Hartlepool wanted to leave the EU .
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+Jack Bullitt you realise that over half of all immigrants are from outside the EU (and also less economically active) which we could have stopped for years?
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Republicans have dismissed as a "publicity stunt" a continuing sit-in protest over gun laws by Democrats in the US House of Representatives.
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Well they did do a sit in, within a building surrounded and protected by people with....guns.

So somewhat bemusing.
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Georgia congressman John Lewis led a sit-in on the House floor with his fellow Democrats to force a vote on gun control.
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Charles Heston and his mates in the NRA ARE STILL WORRIED ABOUT THE REDCOATS AND THEIR BALL SHOT AND THEIR BAYONETS.
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So what could happen after the EU Referendum?
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Congratulations UK,it's time for freedom, with love from Greece. 
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Rolls-Royce has shown off a design for its car-of-the-future at an event in London. The 103EX is marked out by its unusual wheels, which are designed to make it seem as if the vehicle is gliding on the air. But one expert said market forces might prevent the idea coming to fruition.
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Not good... Dreadful design..
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Voters are going to be told throughout the referendum campaign that the European Union affects their everyday lives. But how?
In its series Europe In 10 Objects, the Today programme is exploring the costs and benefits of the EU by looking in detail at objects people encounter in their daily lives. Chief correspondent Matthew Price looks at what the car tells us about the EU.
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