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To think all these people who've suddenly been galvanized into voting...

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TheDowagerCuntess Fri 24-Jun-16 20:18:57 leave - are now going to throw their hands up in the air, and leave the hard work of sorting their choice out to far more knowledgable people, who didn't even want to go down this route in the first place?

There is no plan, post vote: leave. No plan.

Please let me be wrong about this.

ThroughThickAndThin01 Fri 24-Jun-16 20:21:45

Oh get over yourself. One person is entitled to one vote.

TheDowagerCuntess Fri 24-Jun-16 20:33:51

And they have a responsibility to know what they're voting for.

Not feeling and less wrong yet...

MumOnTheRunCatchingUp Fri 24-Jun-16 20:34:58

Er how do you know there's no plan!?

MumOnTheRunCatchingUp Fri 24-Jun-16 20:36:05

And assume these 'more knowledgeable people' are employed to do the job?

Kimononono Fri 24-Jun-16 20:36:20

Oh no not another one .....

fuckincuntbuggerinarse Fri 24-Jun-16 20:39:08

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TheDowagerCuntess Fri 24-Jun-16 20:49:25

Er how do you know there's no plan!?

Well, what is it? If there was a plan, surely it would have featured as part of Leave's campaign....?

user1466795781 Fri 24-Jun-16 20:53:53

As a mid 20's person on zero hours that has to compete with immigrants that will work under min wage for cash in hand, I voted leave and am happy too, it can't get worse for us mid 20's underclass. Worst thing that can happen is all those college degree people will feel the hurt with us and their house prices will drop well boo hoo try getting a mortage on a zero hour contract. None of this will be worse for us there is a chance for hope things will get better now for the british working classes.

TheDowagerCuntess Fri 24-Jun-16 21:05:56

I don't understand why people think Boris Johnson, of all people, is going to lead a revolution for the working classes.

user1466795781 Fri 24-Jun-16 21:09:33

Cuase leaving is the best for us, labour don't care about the working class anymore they care about helping terrorists enter the UK rather then us.

venusinscorpio Fri 24-Jun-16 21:10:49

Enjoy working for under minimum wage for cash in hand now yourself. The mid 20s really could have done themselves a favour by getting off their arses in the last two general elections. Wake up, the political parties of this country don't give a fuck about you.

ohgoshIdontknow Fri 24-Jun-16 21:40:32


wurlycurly Fri 24-Jun-16 21:47:42

User1466: There is a minimum wage because of the EU. It may well disappear. You're rights as an employee will be eroded. Sorry. I am on a zero hours contact.

wurlycurly Fri 24-Jun-16 21:48:20

'Your rights' !

norkmonster Fri 24-Jun-16 21:59:08

The minimum wage was nothing to do with the EU and everything to do with Labour's manifesto commitment in the 1997 general election.

venusinscorpio Fri 24-Jun-16 23:13:06

That manifesto commitment was influenced by the EU. In general, workers have a better deal because of the EU.

SlightlyperturbedOwl Fri 24-Jun-16 23:17:26

Ok I didn't vote for this but one of the real positives about it was the size of the turnout. In reality no one know if it will work out ok or badly, but we do need to build on it somehow. How do we keep people voting and make everyone interested in having a say in our future?

TheDowagerCuntess Sat 25-Jun-16 21:50:02

Er how do you know there's no plan!?

The 'Leave' campaign has no plan.

Interested to hear yours though, MumOnTheRun. Or indeed, anyone's, at this point...

maggiethemagpie Sat 25-Jun-16 22:04:16

User1466 can you please explain to me why leaving the EU means that you'l no longer be employed on zero hours contracts?

You don't realise, do you, that you're gonna get shafted whether we leave or remain.

TheSultanofPingu Sat 25-Jun-16 22:06:14

There is no plan.
That's why I voted to remain.

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