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Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴
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01-09-2018 02:28 PM

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Calmdown to Brexit
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The EU is preparing to pledge a 2025 deadline for the next wave of enlargement, but Balkans disputes could hold things back.

"The Western Balkans partners now have a historic window of opportunity. For the first time, their accession perspective has a best-case timeframe," the commission is to say in a strategy paper to be adopted on 14 February.

"With strong political will, the delivery of real reforms, and lasting solutions to disputes with neighbours, Montenegro and Serbia should be ready for membership by 2025," the text is to add, according to a draft seen by EUobserver.

It aims to say Albania, Bosnia, Macedonia, and Kosovo "should also be well advanced on their European path by then", or, according to alternative words in brackets, that their "negotiations … should be well advanced."

https://euobserver.com/enlargement/140478
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The Obamanation
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01-09-2018 03:21 PM

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RE: Calmdown to Brexit
The EU is going to admit Serbia?

Jptdknpa

Apparently the Europeans haven't had enough muslim immigrants!

I hope Britain does get the hell out. I would want to leave too!

I hope Poland leaves next. This is absurd. Maybe it will start a domino effect.

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•REC⁴
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01-11-2018 04:35 PM

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RE: Calmdown to Brexit
The Wright Stuff ‏Verified account @5WrightStuff

EXCLUSIVE - Nigel Farage says "just maybe I’m reaching the point of thinking that we should have a second referendum on EU membership".



Nigel Farage
‏Verified account @Nigel_Farage
4 hours ago

Maybe, just maybe, we should have a second referendum on EU membership. It would kill off the issue for a generation once and for all.
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01-11-2018 04:37 PM

 



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RE: Calmdown to Brexit
I voted brexit. I knew exactly what it meant. if there's a second vote, I will know we live under only an approximation of democracy.
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•REC⁴
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01-22-2018 12:13 AM

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RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Latest YouGov poll:

"Was Britain right or wrong to vote for Brexit?

Right: 45% (+3)
Wrong 44% (-2)
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01-22-2018 12:33 AM

 



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RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Albania FFS S977

What an asset to the EU. Maybe they could start preparing Somalia or Afghanistan to join.
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Monk-1
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-22-2018 12:33 AM)
Albania FFS S977

What an asset to the EU. Maybe they could start preparing Somalia or Afghanistan to join.

Yes maybe they have a fighting chance by flooding their enemies with cannon fodder. Maybe.
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•REC⁴
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01-26-2018 11:51 AM

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Bloomberg Brexit ‏Verified account @Brexit

Theresa May leaves the door open to paying for access to the EU's single market after Brexit.
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01-26-2018 01:54 PM

 



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RE: Calmdown to Brexit
I knew the IRA would be useful for something one day, if they scupper Brexit then there will probably be all out civil war in the UK. IRA will sell their weapons to anyone...
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•REC⁴
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01-26-2018 02:01 PM

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RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Europe Elects‏ @EuropeElects

Poland, CBOS poll:

European Union membership referendum

Remain (by Political party)

PO-EPP: 99%
N-ALDE: 98%
PiS-ECR: 90%
K'15-*: 89%
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•REC⁴
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01-27-2018 10:18 AM

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RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Douglas Herbert
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1 hour ago

ICM survey shows British citizens favor holding a second referendum - by a margin of 58% to 42% - after terms of UK’s exit are known. A quarter of Leave voters back idea of 2nd ref.


Brexit: Britons favour second referendum by 16-point margin – poll

Excluding the roughly one-fifth who do not have a view gives a lead of 58% to 42% for a second referendum, showing rising interest in the idea as concern grows over the direction of recent negotiations.

The increased backing has come from both sides of the debate, with one-quarter of leave voters in favour of having another referendum on the final deal.

If there were another EU referendum tomorrow, how would you vote?

Remain 51%
Leave 49%

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/201...s-picks-uk
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Pinguu
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01-27-2018 11:48 AM

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If there is another referendum do you not think it would be fixed this time...

There would be civil war.....Seriously people would get murdered...

Who wants that....only sickos

Never believe anything until it has been fully denied.
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01-27-2018 01:31 PM

 



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RE: Calmdown to Brexit
i think there should be a minimum pass, 60% or whatever. the previous limit was 50%+1.

if the second referendum is "remain" that will give 1 leave vote and 1 remain vote, therefore we would need a decider vote.
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01-27-2018 01:41 PM

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RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Pinguu  Wrote: (01-27-2018 11:48 AM)
If there is another referendum do you not think it would be fixed this time...

There would be civil war.....Seriously people would get murdered...

Who wants that....only sickos

I'm sure leave voters would accept the results without resorting to violence. Just as remain have.
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RE: Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴  Wrote: (01-27-2018 01:41 PM)
Pinguu  Wrote: (01-27-2018 11:48 AM)
If there is another referendum do you not think it would be fixed this time...

There would be civil war.....Seriously people would get murdered...

Who wants that....only sickos

I'm sure leave voters would accept the results without resorting to violence. Just as remain have.

Do you not see any kind of stitch up comeing or worry anything of one world governments..?

Why would you trust an unelectable Super state to rule you knowing full well it is corrupt. Why cant we just have smaller satalite countries working together and just tradeing? We just want Countries, Governments with teeth that you can vote out every 4 years and hold them to account..

To me it is the NWO...Its been planned to be so,..... slowly, slowly, creepy, creepy over the years and i just see it as EVIL..

Do like being controlled..?

Never believe anything until it has been fully denied.
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