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BREXIT COME HERE
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United States 57_year_old_unfriendly_muslim 
Where can i get updates about the brexit voting or whatever they are doing right now?
2019-01-15 21:04
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coldzera | 
Czech Republic M1kY28 
they already brexited
2019-01-15 21:05
#2
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United Kingdom abyssofficial_ 
nope, the EU are being strict so a revote I think is gonna happen. Not sure tho
2019-01-15 21:06
Democracy has spoken. It want to leave the insane bureaucracy. End it now. This whole ordeal just shows what kind of monster EU has become.
2019-01-16 12:35
Yup agreed
2019-01-18 00:22
#92
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United Kingdom Mattors 
Well tbf lots has changed since the original vote. On the one hand you need to go with what the people voted, but since its been such a shit show, idk.
2019-01-18 00:26
#93
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United States Trump2020KAG 
+1 Countries telling another country what they can or can’t do
2019-01-18 00:27
you clearly have no clue whats going on
2019-01-18 00:27
#42
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Estonia teremartin 
soon russia is attacking UK
2019-01-16 10:58
Then Russia getting demolished by NATO.
2019-01-16 12:12
Russia this and Russia that... it's become a meme. youtube.com/watch?v=-rNAgLeJ04s
2019-01-16 12:38
#3
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
Parliament has rejected the proposed deal. The government will go back to the EU to get a better deal. Could have another referendum to vote on brexit. Or exit with no deal.
2019-01-15 21:08
What is the most likely outcome?
2019-01-15 21:09
Exit with no deal. Unless they want to piss on democracy and the British people.
2019-01-15 21:11
Democracy would be having another referendum to be sure what exactly people want.
2019-01-16 03:39
Yeah, another referendum until they get the result they want, and then no more referendums.
2019-01-16 03:39
That’s how democracy works nowadays
2019-01-16 03:41
No it;s not, a vote was called, the people voted, you can't just keep having votes until one side is happy with it. So say there was another vote which i doubt there will be and 51% voted to stay, yet England and Wales majority voted to Leave, why not have another vote then because two of the countries voted leave and aren't happy, just like what's happening now
2019-01-16 12:24
#6
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
Well, there’s a possibility there’s a no confidence vote on the current government, which could trigger a general election and government will need to be relected. As to what’s likely to happen - it depends a fair bit on what political party is elected. In all likelihood - I reckon it’ll go down another referendum for Brexit and the public will vote again.
2019-01-15 21:11
#9
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
Which will probably be a remain outcome.
2019-01-15 21:12
#11
frei | 
United Kingdom salad! 
agree
2019-01-15 21:12
Thanks! Good luck lmao
2019-01-15 21:12
#17
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
Great time for anyone that’s prepared to trade on the foreign exchange, plenty of £ and € volatility.
2019-01-15 21:17
#10
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Germany EvilBanana 
I would say Exit with No deal, EU wont change anything in the Deal, because every change would worsen the Deal for the EU side.
2019-01-15 21:12
What do you as a British citizen think of that? You'd rather stay in the EU or leave?
2019-01-15 21:12
#15
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
Personally, I want to leave... Both the EU and the UK need each other, there’s not a great difference between the need of each. I think a lot of people commentate on the situation but few really know the impact. It’s so complex and multi factorial, there’s going to be a lot of things that will come about without many even considering it happening... No I don’t claim to know what’s best. Both will likely be worse - at least in the short term. However, I’d like to leave.
2019-01-15 21:14
The EU said they won't renegotiate.
2019-01-16 12:14
It was obvious the EU were going to dig their heels in and make it as difficult as they could for the UK, if they made it appealing and easy then other countries would follow suit and leave the EU, they can't be having that! I think a deal will be struck, but not the best we could get, it will then be up to the government to start re-negotiating after the EU split to fix the cracks
2019-01-16 12:28
I think you are a bit deluded. The EU will not back down ever on their red lines. They have 0 need or desire to. There is 0 pressure from the EU27 to do that. They actually made it amazingly simple and easy to get a trade deal, they already said they will give us it once we sorted out 3 things. The border problem, the bill, and EU national rights. They literally could not have done more.
2019-01-16 12:33
I think you've underestimated the border issue, specifically in northern Ireland. It's a huge issue that could set a country back years, the EU are not being flexible enough and know this
2019-01-16 13:09
They cannot be flexible about it, its the border to the customs union lol. Do you not understand the massive importance it is for the CU and SM?
2019-01-16 13:22
Either way, going by todays circus may has said it's her deal or stay. Democracy works eh.. Her plan from the start was to stay at any cost imo, she's always been a remainer
2019-01-16 13:19
Well she might not be PM much longer, so who knows whats going to happen.
2019-01-16 13:23
Hopefully not but she will win the vote of confidence, they want to keep their high paid jobs! who would you like to see? I'd love to see Reece mogg as PM although he doesn't want it... At least you'd have someone who actually cares about the UK... Or bimbo Boris although he's a lose cannon. Anyone but terrorist sympathiser corbyn
2019-01-16 13:39
#73
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
Yet they’ve already stated that and then revised deals... I don’t think it’ll be renegotiated, but I think it’s more likely than a no deal exit. Regardless, great time to be a trader on the forex :)
2019-01-16 13:34
When did they do that?
2019-01-16 13:35
#77
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
You don’t recall any point that Juncker has said that’s all you getting - take it or leave it, before reneging and making further concessions?
2019-01-16 13:38
Can you name a single concession the EU has made, because to date I believe there has been 0.
2019-01-16 13:47
#7
hyde | 
United Kingdom 0outof8 
May's deal just got rejected, have to see what happens now extension, peoples vote or no deal
2019-01-15 21:11
#13
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Germany EvilBanana 
UK politics , better than any Comedy Show
2019-01-15 21:13
Still better than our elections in 2016 lmao
2019-01-15 21:14
#18
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
I know right... If only we could be like Zimbabwe!
2019-01-15 21:19
#35
cyx | 
Germany Shadyy89 
One day brother, one day.
2019-01-16 09:06
Says Merkel's slave lul
2019-01-16 07:46
#39
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Germany EvilBanana 
No wonder people Like Bolsonaro win elections If people believe germans are Merkels slave. Before saying anything about German politics, educate yourself. And dont use your Facebook group as a source. I will give you a Starting point. Only 32.9 percent voted for Merkels party in 2017.
2019-01-16 09:47
#91
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Poland MAGA2020 
brb letting millions of immigrants abuse my asylum system for immigration purposes
2019-01-18 00:24
#95
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Germany EvilBanana 
brb stabbing opposing politicians brb denying polish people worked for germans in WW2 brb exchanging judges that stop anti-democracy laws ... go back toilet cleaning In the end every country is Shit because humans are shit
2019-01-18 08:46
#14
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France LauraS 
If BBC is blocked in your country you can use nord vpn to access the site. They cover it as it unfolds.
2019-01-15 21:13
plz hard brexit like hard bbc in merkel's azz
2019-01-15 21:19
lol?
2019-01-16 03:32
#82
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Germany Roflcopter234 
it would fuck the uk wayyy more lmao
2019-01-16 13:53
Have fun brits, you brought this on yourself. I hope there will be a no deal brexit now as this will show how stupid this whole thing was from the get-go.
2019-01-15 21:25
+1
2019-01-15 21:28
#36
cyx | 
Germany Shadyy89 
Referendum = stupid people getting to decide. All referendums I attended in Hessen went in a different way as I voted. Most people are just braindead/stupid and it's a big mistake to let them decide about important stuff.
2019-01-16 09:08
You are like the perfect Soros minion. Not even democratic, but leftist.
2019-01-16 10:54
#41
cyx | 
Germany Shadyy89 
Will you enlighten my life and tell me what Soros minion is about?
2019-01-16 10:51
They probably won't ever leave parliament it too retarded
2019-01-16 03:44
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2019-01-16 03:44
Wtf is this shit?
2019-01-16 08:59
#37
cyx | 
Germany Shadyy89 
Can I join to destroy this group of pathetic people from the inside? Thanks.
2019-01-16 09:09
I think May might lose the no confidence vote, leading to another General Election. There will be no overall majority in the GE. Labour may form a ruling coalition cuz they will be a party who advocates for a 2nd referendum and there will be a majority of MPs supporting that. Or Labour might advocate scrapping Brexit and try to win that way. And that is how they will scupper the referendum result. Just like how they form coalition govts even though no one votes for a coalition. They will claim the will of the public supports a second referendum thru the GE result even though holding a second referendum is not supported by poll numbers.
2019-01-16 07:37
It was mistake from the beginning . Mistake for themselves mainly cause EU will not affected much as far UK never joined euro . The best move for them is to stay .
2019-01-16 08:32
#31
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Russia v0x1k 
bet Greece wish it never joined
2019-01-16 08:35
Look EU is good choice . Euro is bad choice , we regret that we joined euro as a currency not EU . UK never joined euro and this was a great move , but leaving EU it’s bad , will cost you a lot of money and people will have difficulties to travel and export without reason . I hope to stay at the end .
2019-01-16 08:52
#38
dupreeh | 
United Kingdom Zjebac 
So your saying Greece wanted the hand outs just not the fake merkel monopoly money? This is why the UK voted to leave. We just chuck all our money away with bombs, NATO and the EU. Well done Germany 3rd time lucky and you've dominated the continent at last.
2019-01-16 09:09
#44
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
Leaving is bad, yes, and good. Difficulties travelling? VISA fee of a few £, no issue. The whole trade issue is a sticking point, EU trade makes up the majority of UK export (~70% from memory?), however these also constitute significantly important imports for the EU. Swings and roundabouts.
2019-01-16 11:30
The free movement of goods is absolutely massive. This will end a lot of companies in the UK.
2019-01-16 12:18
#75
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
I’m not disputing that, I’m simply highlighting the fact the EU also has reliance on imports from the UK.
2019-01-16 13:36
Yea but some of those companies have or are moving to the EU because of the supply chain and other reasons.
2019-01-16 13:37
#78
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
I don’t dispute that, nor (for clarification again) do I claim to have the answer or know it all. However you seem to take a pretty lineal view of this.
2019-01-16 13:39
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dupreeh | 
United Kingdom Zjebac 
the eu cant have us by our bollocks with everything though in my opinion. ireland will suffer if eu makes uk suffer. ROI recieves something like 75% of all trade flows through england and wales before it hits ireland. so even when it comes to ireland the eu needs to make a deal. or irelands having another taity famine. they cant reroute ships from mainland europe to ireland, inflation would hit the roof if that happened. so the eu needs us as much as we need them.
2019-01-16 23:40
#32
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Russia v0x1k 
i think its gonna pop off with Russia anyway
2019-01-16 08:36
#43
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
Germans so salty that the EU are going to rely on them even more if the UK exit. UK leaving is a big L for Germany, not to mention it paving the way for future countries to leave. Those who think that the UK will leave without a deal are comical donkeys.
2019-01-16 11:27
#45
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Germany liddeb0b 
only worried about the meat u send us daily. hf with paying us
2019-01-16 11:35
#46
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
Affects me in no way whatsoever.
2019-01-16 11:49
Germany heading for recession soon. ;)
2019-01-16 12:01
They had 1.4% growth, not good but not close to recession. They also had a MASSIVE surplus to their end of year budget.
2019-01-16 12:19
Future =/= present.
2019-01-16 12:22
yea but that's still not close to a recession. You are expecting a lot to happen.
2019-01-16 12:23
The overall year might show growth but the last quarters are weak. Which indicates trend.
2019-01-16 12:28
Too short term for it to be a trend. If it continues then maybe they have big problems.
2019-01-16 12:31
If we do hard brexit they will deffo have recession.
2019-01-16 13:06
It will hit them, but I do not think its big enough for a recession. It is not going to hurt the EU countries anywhere near as much as the UK.
2019-01-16 13:07
Ofc it will we are a sizeable export market for them. Where do all the german whips come from? I didnt talk about the UK i said germany.
2019-01-16 13:12
#81
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
A study conducted by the IW institute in Cologne concluded EU exports could halve should the UK hard exit...
2019-01-16 13:52
You are actually one of the most stupid people i have seen on HLTV
2019-01-16 15:18
#48
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Denmark muggge 
Please UK vote for brexit again. the people werent informend enough in what they were voting for. its a catastrophe for EU and UK
2019-01-16 12:07
people in UK been brainwashed by fake news / facebook and lack of knowledge about UE . If the vote will happened again ( I don't think it will ) result will be 70% for stay in UK and 30 for leave UE
2019-01-16 12:24
#79
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
There’s been omittance of facts, and certainly no conclusive overview of what Brexit will mean, but that’s because most have a motive - to stay or leave. Even then, it’s so complex that you’re not going to be able to inform the general public to a knowledgable standard. Personally speaking, I think a lot of people have an issue with immigrants. Yes, some for the wrong reasons, but a lot because of economic migrants. On the whole people don’t have an issue with people coming here to work. It’s those that come to the UK and just leach, claiming benefits and making no contribution to the economy or society.
2019-01-16 13:45
Haha
2019-01-16 13:30
If the EU wants the UK to stay so much they should stop crying and telling us to ignore the referendum result. The EU should end free movement to the UK and have Merkel and Juncker apologise to Cameron or May. Then you can keep UK in the EU. Or just end free movement without the apology, I suppose.
2019-01-16 14:38
am I the only one who is really fucking tired of hearing about brexit & usa's politics?
2019-01-16 15:19
omg shut up
2019-01-16 20:36
wow corbyn is so useless he can't even beat a weak May. xaxaxa hard brexit at full speed !
2019-01-16 20:38
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