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post #121 of 143 (permalink) Old 22-03-2016, 23:58
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Im pretty sure it doesnt mean its the amount of influence we have at the table
nah, can't be as France has a lower figure than the UK and we all know they are ridiculously influential with their three letter word....


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anyone else help me (and Barry) out? Please, pretty please, pretty please with a cherry on top ?

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Yes, of course I read it, and found it fantastical Emmbeedee. That why I wondered about the author.

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Can we encourage more members to vote, before we find out that there are no more members.Where are the younger ones hiding.you know the ones who I mean they have just got their bus pass and it has upset them.

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Can we encourage more members to vote, before we find out that there are no more members.Where are the younger ones hiding.you know the ones who I mean they have just got their bus pass and it has upset them.

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Well I am a long way from getting my bus pass and have already voted - although I am not fully decided yet I voted the way that I am leaning most towards at the moment.
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Our contribution to the Eu for next year increases by 2,625 million£


Money well spent ?


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Academia and government artificially select for particular traits, among which is a lack of life experience. This is why it's possible for a person to be exceptionally bright while failing to grasp something as rudimentary as supply and demand.

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Some might well say that, I am not sure about it myself.

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Some might well say that, I am not sure about it myself.

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Just a small bump to remind those who have not voted.

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The percentage voting intentions on here seem pretty constant now. It will be interesting to see how those currently undecided choose to vote as we get closer to the big day and as some pretty important decisions are made e.g. Tata Steel

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The two books, details of which I posted on another thread, are interesting and show just how ambivalent (even antagonistic) successive PM's have been as regards the EU. Even Blair, when campaigning as a young twenty something, was supplying leaflets stating how ill advised it would be to join, or become "ever closer" (but then we know he was two faced about all sorts of things)

a)Europe: in or out:everything you need to know
b)Au Revoir Europe: What if Britain left the EU

Same author (David Charter)

They're not "campaigning" books and non-political, but factual.

(and having read them I'm even more convinced I've hit the right button on the Poll )

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