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18 May 2017 17:41 Post ID: #601218
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Watch the video we may be screwed - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3oH5AfpCiY
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18 May 2017 18:11 Post ID: #601219 - in reply to #601218
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Brexit appears to be the way to go then, as more EU regulations try to run our lives and censorship of what bloggers can do. I am not talking about terrorists who should be monitored and censored or even deleted, but ordinary people who have things to share.
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18 May 2017 18:23 Post ID: #601222 - in reply to #601218
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With all that is going on with Brexit you would think this is the last thing they would want us to see.

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18 May 2017 18:34 Post ID: #601225 - in reply to #601218
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Absolutely, when we first went into the Common market it was purely on a trade basis and ever since then they have tried to run our lives.

There are special exceptions that they should consider immediately and that is Ireland and make them a special case where the status quo should exist and should not need legislation.

Another EU law designed to control our lives is not what we signed up for.
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22 May 2017 07:15 Post ID: #601504 - in reply to #601218
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Well if that is correct........blimey, disturbing indeed and worthy of further circulation.
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