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Welcome to another of my All Things thread!

Discuss about the economy and stocks/funds you think we should be looking out for.

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I'm curious about what the FAPa911 users from UK voted in the Brexit ref :oscar:

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2 minutes ago, danwasd said:

I'm curious about what the FAPa911 users from UK voted in the Brexit ref :oscar:

#Remain :unamused: [didn’t vote that’s just my view]

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1 minute ago, Delusional said:

#Remain :unamused: [didn’t vote that’s just my view]

Could you elaborate it? Just curious :ohhh:

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I really didn't know that there was a cluster of remainers that didn't vote :shark:

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Just now, danwasd said:

I really didn't know that there was a cluster of remainers that didn't vote :shark:

Majority of remainers are younger people who can’t vote or aren't encouraged enough to vote 🗳 

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1 minute ago, danwasd said:

I really didn't know that there was a cluster of remainers that didn't vote :shark:

Im not a UK citizen so didn't even bother to vote back then.

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3 minutes ago, danwasd said:

Could you elaborate it? Just curious :ohhh:

Well I just think leaving the European Union has done absolutely 0 good things for the U.K. apart from “protect borders” :classic_dry:

I feel as though the new immigration policy is also a very classist/racist policy - that only people earning over 23k can enter the country and live here even though some of the workers in the NHS don’t even earn that much. 

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Just now, Delusional said:

Majority of remainers are younger people who can’t vote or aren't encouraged enough to vote 🗳 

And is it correlated with the tories? I thought that there were some non-conservative parties in favor of Brexit :oops:

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Im not a UK citizen so didn't even bother to vote back then.

Oh, so you're living there w/o the citizenship :madge:

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1 minute ago, danwasd said:

And is it correlated with the tories? I thought that there were some non-conservative parties in favor of Brexit :oops:

Party stances have changed over the years.

2 minutes ago, danwasd said:

Oh, so you're living there w/o the citizenship :madge

Yup just studying here.

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1 minute ago, BenG said:

Party stances have changed over the years.

Yeah, now that you say it... I think it was the Liberal Party the one that changed from pro-brexit to being against it, or something on the lines. I'm not really into the UK politics but as a european myself I'm interested in the reasons in favor and against leaving the UE, specially in the case of the UK where you were an exception to begin with :shakes:

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3 minutes ago, little legend said:

Oh so we are really talking about economic growth and stocks and funds on this thread.

I thought it was about payola,tactics and farming of members of POPa911:bradley:

we're waiting your essay, @Delusional :ohhh:

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14 minutes ago, danwasd said:

Yeah, now that you say it... I think it was the Liberal Party the one that changed from pro-brexit to being against it, or something on the lines. I'm not really into the UK politics but as a european myself I'm interested in the reasons in favor and against leaving the UE, specially in the case of the UK where you were an exception to begin with :shakes:

During the referendum in 2016, all parties were for Remain, except the Conservatives, who were neutral, and the UK Independence Party (UKIP), obviously for Leave.

During the 2017 election, the Conservatives and Labour both supported Brexit, with the former committing to leaving the single market and customs union. The Liberal Democrats and Greens called for a second referendum on any Brexit deal negotiated.

During the 2019 election, the Conservatives campaigned on leaving with the withdrawal agreement negotiated; Labour said they would re-negotiate the agreement and hold a second referendum while staying neutral; the Brexit Party, formed by ex-members of UKIP campaigned for a no-deal Brexit; the Liberal Democrats said they would cancel Brexit altogether if elected  :icant:; the Scottish National Party, Greens etc. want a second referendum and would campaign to remain.

Last month, the Conservatives and Labour voted in favour of the Brexit deal negotiated with the EU.

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