WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Brighton (h)
a. If e can stop being the masters of our own downfall we should take 3 points, win
76%
  
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
7%
  
c. We can't put teams away and have a soft underbelly, lose
11%
  
d. Did you know that Eurovision 1974 was held in Brighton and launched ABBA onto the world stage with Waterloo
5%
  
e. I love Friday Night Football, it gives me the chance to show everyone down the local just how big a West Ham nut I am, hat, scarf, shirt, you name it I'll be wearing it
1%
  



alan devonshire 10:35 Thu May 26
Brexit who poll
Just watching the debate on BBC, can we do a WHO poll on it, without comment, would be interesting to see. Free vote on the left hand side ⚒

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tazman 1:02 Sun May 29
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deanfergi Bloody hell you lost me after the first 2 lines, not surprised your confused,

Just vote out and be done with it. Or vote in and regret it later.

Bom Stickle 11:39 Sun May 29
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Without a hint of irony Tony Blair has come out and said a Brexit would be a betrayal of British interests.

Fuck me this arsehole should be up for treason the way he sold us down the river.

Vote out of this shit.

deanfergi 11:31 Sun May 29
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Or perhaps I'm just being over-holistically conspiritorial...
Maybe...
Hopefully...

deanfergi 11:30 Sun May 29
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The impending creation of an EU army, mention of a border force, a European police force fully established... Just as we court Ukraine who are being run by a pro-EU government who overthrew a pro-Russian one, with resultant conflict going on in their land and currently being conveniently ignored or downplayed, whilst we are mugged for billions by Turkey, who are a gateway to the middle-east and harbour pro-radical Islamic sympathies....feels potentially a set up to a rumoured WW3 now that the touch paper has been well and truly lit in Syria & Iraq, under possible false pretences in Kuwait then post a dubious 9/11 attack and machinations of war for the last 30 years revolving around resource control, in the guise of conflicting ideologies, in the region... Just the distant possibility of the chess game that is the staged arena that is the geopolitical world desiring us to remain, as suggested by certain people/entities uninvitedly chucking their hats into the debating ring, suggests to me there is more to be concerned about than imperial v decimal, straight bananas or cucumbers, tampon taxes, fishing rights and farming subsidies....
Probably....
Maybe...

peroni 10:57 Sun May 29
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BubblesCyprus 10:39 Sun May 29

Proof that the remain campaign, is based on and supported by, desperate drama queens. Sadly, it appears the majority of the country are such pussies and, like the Jocks, we're going to admit that we're not capable of governing ourselves.

One Word 10:54 Sun May 29
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Stay in .. Can't wait for my grand children to speak Turkish as their main language

1964 10:53 Sun May 29
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... Oh, and BTW I'm voting AAAAARGHT

1964 10:52 Sun May 29
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The idea that a Brexit would mean a mass rounding up of working EU foreingners and kick them out is ridiculous.

I doubt any would be prevented from working here, and there would just be our own control on who can or can't come here.

For me the IN/OUT referendum is not about freedom of movement, residence or working. It is about governing our own country and economy and not from some unelected quango who tell us what we can or can't do and could strip the country dry to support others.

wrighty 10:42 Sun May 29
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You would base a vote on footballers?

BubblesCyprus 10:39 Sun May 29
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The list of players potentially at risk of losing the right to play in Britain includes two of the undoubted stars of the Premier League season: Leicester City's N'Golo Kante and West Ham's Dimitri Payet, although both played and scored for France this week.

BBC today.Just a thought for those voting out.

Alvin 10:07 Sun May 29
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Can't see the poll on the left.
Anybody counted the result yet?

cuzoftheeast 9:15 Sat May 28
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They were so accurate with the ERM projections for calamity if we left - we left

And the economy took off

Bite the bullet get us OUT

GreenStreetPlayer 8:12 Sat May 28
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cholo 3:55 Sat May 28
That is not bollocks as with the lack of no verifiable and demonstrable figures, Leave do not want to scare monger and fall to the low of the remain campaign.

Day after day we are fed this could happen and that may happen by remain, with could and may the main words, but they don't know.
Just because the Bank of England suggest something bad may happen in future, I would take that with a pinch of salt. Remember they suggested interest rates would go up towards the end of 2015. Nothing has happened nearly six months on.

The remain people have made this a really messy campaign with their daily propaganda, no wonder Joe public is in a quandary.

Going back to the only verifiable stats available so far, they concrete's Leave concern of too much net migration (both EU and non EU), and we need control of our borders fast for many reasons, not just economic.

Vexed 4:09 Sat May 28
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Cholo gets it, have a word with Infidel would you?

Gavros 3:59 Sat May 28
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bruuuno's been hard at work on the gin.

cholo 3:55 Sat May 28
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Reply GreenStreetPlayer 2:46 Sat May 28
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It seems that remain come out with (includes BBC), or promote stats that are guesses and forecasts and could be way off the mark.
The problem then is for the Leave to disprove these figures. They are such pure guesstimates that Leave do not have a base to start from, so they cannot quote a lie and have to say the figures could be way off the mark





That sounds like complete bollocks, all OUT have to do is supply their own verifiable and demonstrable figures and that alone would debunk anything any pro eu'ers say. But if course they can't, because in reality they do not have a clue what will happen, which is why they resort to simple contradiction every single time.

bruuuno 3:34 Sat May 28
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I really think that te only thing that matters to the economic and social development of a nation is the work ethic of its populace. We are the six bigger economy in the world, we basically ran the world for about 300 years, Europe or no Europe I am
100% confident that we will thrive because brits, as a whil, are a hard working and innovative bunch. Canada Australia Scandinavian countries etc all do fine without being part of some federation. Anyine who tells you otherwise is just fear mongering. Have a bit of a faith Ffs people

GreenStreetPlayer 2:46 Sat May 28
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It seems that remain come out with (includes BBC), or promote stats that are guesses and forecasts and could be way off the mark.
The problem then is for the Leave to disprove these figures. They are such pure guesstimates that Leave do not have a base to start from, so they cannot quote a lie and have to say the figures could be way off the mark.
Funny how the IFS report in favour of remain used a mid point from previous reports published by institutions and come up with their own figure.
The fact that these previous reports are out, cannot be verified, makes the IFS report even more foolish.

The report showing the large increase in numbers of net migration, which are actual figures, has more cred than the previous reports because this is real data and numbers can be scrutinised.

Cameron must be the greatest u turner of all time. Latest is he has said recently in past "Immigration is price of staying in EU, but UK will thrive if we do vote to leave"

This fucker switches sides in an instant. If the BBC was on the leave side they would be all over this fucker.

By the way, the day after the referendum we will be told of the new EU army. Good timing that.

The economy and health service aren't exactly great now but we are being told it will get worse if we stay.

Can you really really trust these people.

cornish 2:43 Sat May 28
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The Portuguese that I have spoken to have said that going into the European union was the worst thing that has happened to them and the euro.

Crassus 2:30 Sat May 28
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Hammer and Pickle 12:45 Sat May 28
''The Brexit campaign is the one proposing the change''

But it is not alone is it? The EU technocrats are openly discussing 'more Europe', Merkel does her own thing to Germany's benefit and the French are imploding under modest change, imagine someone should address CAP.

And of course, what change will come when the summer season of inflatables hit Greece and the Italian and Potugese banks go pear shape?

EU Army anyone?

See - the EU is changing and some of us dont fancy it one little bit.

Marston Hammer 2:16 Sat May 28
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Vexed 1:54 Sat May 28
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The information is out there for you to make an informed decision. Why wait for the Leave campaign to spoon feed it to you when it's all at your fingertips?

If you have any specific questions I'm sure there are plenty on here that can answer.

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