Vote leave EU referendum bet @ Skybet
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Vote leave EU referendum bet @ Skybet

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Found 9th Jun 2016
Vote leave odds are 11/4 on sky bet. Bet £10, get £37.50 back. Seems like a no brainier.
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I will be as well...........and make some money on the side nice x
Get us out of this mess, I'll have a tenner on that.
vote remain if you have a brain
I had to laugh at Gove's statement about bringing the power back home. Yeah, so that frickin pompous git can have it? No chance!
You will not lose on this bet.
good bet. maybe i should put my life savings on it
its 80/1 that wales will win Euro 2016 if anyone else is feeling lucky :p:p
_scott_

vote remain if you have a brain


Been Brainwashed you mean
Out out out
out
do some proper research before voting out...
Vote in... Seriously
Believe in better - Leave
Leave.

If we remain they want us to change the name of this site to hot eu deals
Edited by: "gjpgjp" 9th Jun 2016
bet £10 lose £10 more like. lol
I have one question for the in voters , if this was a vote to join the EU knowing what the terms are and knowing you will never be able the change them would you vote join if the answer is no then why vote to stay in ,just a thought to mull over .
barna

I have one question for the in voters , if this was a vote to join the EU … I have one question for the in voters , if this was a vote to join the EU knowing what the terms are and knowing you will never be able the change them would you vote join if the answer is no then why vote to stay in ,just a thought to mull over .



​yes. Here's one for you to mull over... if the leave vote wins and the country goes to s**t would you vote leave again?
Have Leave worked out an economic plan yet?

Still, two weeks to go I suppose.
barna

I have one question for the in voters , if this was a vote to join the EU … I have one question for the in voters , if this was a vote to join the EU knowing what the terms are and knowing you will never be able the change them would you vote join if the answer is no then why vote to stay in ,just a thought to mull over .



We are not in that position now we are in the EU so you have to ask what would we achive by voting to leave or stay
OUT!!!!
DINOFEREANO

do some proper research before voting out...



​I have, and I decided to vote out.
GeoffAngela

Have Leave worked out an economic plan yet?Still, two weeks to go I … Have Leave worked out an economic plan yet?Still, two weeks to go I suppose.



Leave the club and start our own that's 5 times as big sitting at the head of the table! A nice big trade deal that effects nearly a third if the world's population!
Vote out, get rid of these unelected fools in brussels who seem to be granting themselves more powers at their whim, we may as well get rid of our government altogether at this rate, as everything get's overruled, don't listen to the brainwashed and scaremongering
gazzabboi

Been Brainwashed you mean



​we will see hahaha
​Surely the current government should have a plan in place already if we leave? After all they will still be in power.
It's not up to the leave campaigners to run the country in the event of us leaving.
GeoffAngela

Have Leave worked out an economic plan yet?Still, two weeks to go I … Have Leave worked out an economic plan yet?Still, two weeks to go I suppose.



No, Have stay worked out a plan to quell immigration. Economy versus immigration, both very important issues.
GazW1888

No, Have stay worked out a plan to quell immigration. Economy versus … No, Have stay worked out a plan to quell immigration. Economy versus immigration, both very important issues.



Well, if you want a free trade agreement, you'll have to accept free movement (the Norway and Switzerland options). Otherwise it's a tariff free for all, which won't end well for our manufacturing industries.
fonzie2107

​Surely the current government should have a plan in place already if we l … ​Surely the current government should have a plan in place already if we leave? After all they will still be in power.It's not up to the leave campaigners to run the country in the event of us leaving.



Goverment policy is to firmly stay in the EU. If these idiots take us out, they can pick up the ensuing mess.
GeoffAngela

Well, if you want a free trade agreement, you'll have to accept free … Well, if you want a free trade agreement, you'll have to accept free movement (the Norway and Switzerland options). Otherwise it's a tariff free for all, which won't end well for our manufacturing industries.



Yeah because it's a fairy story just now for manufacturing industries
GAVINLEWISHUKD

Leave the club and start our own that's 5 times as big sitting at the … Leave the club and start our own that's 5 times as big sitting at the head of the table! A nice big trade deal that effects nearly a third if the world's population!



'Head of the Table'. Do we make much stuff of our own these days?
GeoffAngela

Well, if you want a free trade agreement, you'll have to accept free … Well, if you want a free trade agreement, you'll have to accept free movement (the Norway and Switzerland options). Otherwise it's a tariff free for all, which won't end well for our manufacturing industries.



Yeah because it's a fairy story just now for manufacturing industries. But your still missing the point, its economy v immigration. You can comment until you are blue in the face about economy but you won't convince those that are more interested in immigration. BTW for the record I'm undecided can see both sides.
GazW1888

Yeah because it's a fairy story just now for manufacturing industries



“Over time, if we left the EU, it seems likely that we would mostly eliminate manufacturing, leaving mainly industries such as design, marketing and hi-tech. But this shouldn’t scare us’
Patrick Minford, The Sun, 15 March 2016

That's the lead Brexit economist.
fonzie2107

​I have, and I decided to vote out.


Do some more then as clearly you haven't done enough
GazW1888

Yeah because it's a fairy story just now for manufacturing industries. … Yeah because it's a fairy story just now for manufacturing industries. But your still missing the point, its economy v immigration. You can comment until you are blue in the face about economy but you won't convince those that are more interested in immigration. BTW for the record I'm undecided can see both sides.



Well, I suppose the economy going belly up might cut immigration....

leavers were told UK gives 350m a week to EU but the second part they were not told how much we get back in return, e.g rebate, UK spending, etc and on top of that return on using trade deals with other EU countries. I'm in nuff said

check out following links and then decide to yourself. All the best

infacts.org/uk-…ay/

blogs.channel4.com/fac…804


fullfact.org/eur…on/
GeoffAngela

“Over time, if we left the EU, it seems likely that we would mostly e … “Over time, if we left the EU, it seems likely that we would mostly eliminate manufacturing, leaving mainly industries such as design, marketing and hi-tech. But this shouldn’t scare us’Patrick Minford, The Sun, 15 March 2016That's the lead Brexit economist.



As someone from the steel industry, I don't need an economist to tell me how it's going for manufacturing
danieljones861

We are not in that position now we are in the EU so you have to ask what … We are not in that position now we are in the EU so you have to ask what would we achive by voting to leave or stay


the thing I don't like about the EU is it needs every country to agree any change or reform it would be better if it was based on a majority vote and we would not be having this referendum if a country is poor they will never vote against freedom of movement and this will never be reformed .I also see the EU is like being in a gang if you leave your not in our gang anymore and we will make you suffer are we not telling our children that gangs are a bad thing yet that what we are basically in.
Well, I suppose immigration going belly up might cut the economy
GazW1888

As someone from the steel industry, I don't need an economist to tell me … As someone from the steel industry, I don't need an economist to tell me how it's going for manufacturing



Minford has it in mind that it should all go. Toyota, BMW Mini, Nissan, Airbus, Siemens, Jaguar Land Rover, Honda, Fujitsu - all dispensable.
I'm voting out. I want our country run by the new dynamic government of Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Nigel Farage.....erhhh hold on a sec!?!
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