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Here’s what economists and analysts are saying about the vote via
The United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union sets the stage for a protracted breakup and prolonged political and economic uncertainty. Here's what economists and analysts are saying about...
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Common Sense 24 Jun 16
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one word - " oops "
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Roberta is Right 24 Jun 16
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Yes. Tell me what globalist companies think about national sovereignty. Id ❤️ 2 hear how bad it is for their pockets.
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King Dingle 24 Jun 16
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Wow. This is going to drag out. Truthfully a strong arm cutting off trade, blocking travel. Could potentially destroy England
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King Dingle 24 Jun 16
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I hope they can work this mess out. I feel like a lot of people didn't vote and need to wake the hell up.
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King Dingle 24 Jun 16
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Wear flag underwear and dance in the mirror. But this world needs unity not pompous prideful 💩's. This vote is a disgrace.
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Alvin Albert Chan 24 Jun 16
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is UK now a new continent:-)? it likes siege like castles of old, culture of siege lyk feudal Japan 2. Only time will tell
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A.B. 24 Jun 16
Meanwhile, in France...
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Lonely_In_Snowfall 24 Jun 16
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5,249 conflicting interpretations of why and what.
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King Dingle 24 Jun 16
Love it!!👍🍻😎😂
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Preston Turner 24 Jun 16
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it started as a movement and now it is totally SHI!, just like trump campaign, we all laugh, enjoy the tragedy, how long
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