Poms vote to Brexit, Porridge Wogs want to stay

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The EU referendum results aren’t yet final but it is almost certain that it is for Brexit.

The BBC and ITV have declared Leave wins, as results continue to show a much stronger Leave vote in electorates that supported leaving than Stay votes in those electorates that voted stay.

All major outlets are now calling it for Leave.

Only Scotland massively supported staying in the EU and now they will likely leave the UK. The Poms will be extremely happy if the Porridge Wogs leave. Labour will be gutted though as it is their stronghold.  

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Only Winston Peters predicted a Brexit, with both John Key and Andrew Little wishing the UK to remain in the EU.

The problem with the EU is that it started as a trade pact and morphed into unelectable government with no ability for voters to remove the bureaucrats and politicians.

If the EU had remained as a trade pact, without the extra level of government they created, then it may well have survived.

This vote will be the beginning of the end of the EU. I expect France, Spain and Greece will follow in short order.

What will be interesting to see is whether or not David Cameron survives now as PM. Boris Johnson gave as sure a signal as any that there will be a coup when he signed a letter of support in David Cameron as PM. Cameron stacked his reputation on Remain and he has lost.

The UK is in for a rocky road in coming months but the people have spoken and it is time to Brexit.

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As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

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