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Brexit

Not usually an amusing topic but occasionally...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-37666628

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How many Brexiteers does it take to change a lightbulb?

17.4 million to take the bulb out, but then they've no idea what to replace it with.

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Stolen from twitter

As John Major compares Brexiteers to football hooligans, football hooligans point out they don’t normally smash up their own ground.

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UKIP Councilor celebrates BrexitDay is style, with his flag upside down back to front and tied to two wheelie bins Hehe

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An upside-down Union Flag is a sign of distress.  Maybe he's a secret remainder.

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Difficult to tell the difference between news and satire these days.

Theresa May's Brexit Statement in full

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I do wish people would just get over this now, whichever way they voted........it's getting so tedious. 

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Humm, that might be easy for you and your family, but not so easy for me.    My wife is German, and has lived here in the UK with me for 18 years, this was all that mattered until Brexit came along.   Since then life is not so easy, for starters Non EU nationals married to UK citizens seem to have an easier time with immigration, than EU national.   EU nationals have to go through a length and complex process.   Can you prove with evidence how many days you where outside the UK for 15 years ago?    I suspect not.   It also seem the process is a reject first and go to lengthy appeal.   My wife retrained 7 year ago to become a teaching assistant, this means she was officially a student that year.  At no stage during that year where benefits claimed or any support from the state requested.   This one year is a major problem for our application for UK residency.

My wife is a Teresa May bargaining chip with no guarantee of residency, how do you expect me to feel.    

So

Unless you know a good immigration lawyer, of fancy telling my kids why they might have to move from the country they where born, Let me have right of free speech, and the right to a good moan.