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#BrexitIsPersonal
I've spent the last 2.5 years in a horrible place and no, I'm not talking about Birmingham - in fact, I love where I live, in the place many seem to fear most, a truly multicultural neighbourhood, it's part of why I fight so hard.
#SaveBrum
We voted Remain btw
When the referendum came I wasn't paying attention to the world, I was just hanging out with my 3yo child, who was going to start school that autumn.
It was our last Spring of hanging out together.
I read around all the arguments for Leave but in my view the EU is not our enemy
In fact, my experience of the EU has been very positive as previously I worked in Home & Child Safety promotion and before that set up a small business in event services with the help of EU regional development funds.
Plus I have lived in Germany, my friends & family are European
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There's a reason we're such a threat to these Brexit politicians.
We're not politicians and we ACTUALLY KNOW WHAT WE'RE TALKING ABOUT.
But we need you to make our voices heard, so please donate whatever you can. #OFOC
Remember where this started. Politicians weren't doing enough to protect this country from Brexit before the vote. So the kids decided to step up. #OFOC
gofundme.com/ofoc-the-time-…
So please keep helping us do what we do. 😊 #OFOC
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When I walked in, this Mike guy says "I'm going to tear you apart". OFOC's press guy said it sounded like a 20-minute knife-fight.
My favourite part is the bit where he claimed to know what the Single Market is after admitting he didn't know and then listening to my explanation🤔
I will never criticise ANYONE for simply not knowing EU law or the Single Market... Most REMAINERS didn't. I'm not better than anyone. I simply got lucky. My degree just happened to cover the biggest issue of our generation.
But to angrily claim knowledge you know you don't have:
I made this video over a year ago, but it's just as relevant today as it was then.
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1/ Dear Hard Brexiteers...we have a question... #Brexit
2/ do you think that if the UK had gone down the efta/EEA route that there would have been such a backlash against brexit? We don't. If you had promoted a EFTA based brexit we would probably be out of the EU by now.
3/ ...businesses would be breathing a sigh of relief, the economy would be booming, the #ofoc and #fbpe crowd would struggle to fill a taxi and would be seen as a fringe of dinosaur europhiles. The UK would be preparing to sign FTAs with countries around the globe.
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Opening question.
What does a good Brexit look like?
Lord Hestltine: "One where the decision to leave is overturned by the government and it doesn't happen."
👏 👏 👏
#VCBrexitDebate
I got to ask a question!
May possibly have lost my temper a bit with Richard Tice from Leave Means Leave.
Proper snake oil salesman that one.
Lord Heseltine is a star though.
Anand Menon knows his stuff but isn't very stuffy for a Prof.
@JamesMcGrory from Open Britain was cool
*Heseltine, obv. Trying to type & watch & listen without my glasses on.
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Dear Brexiters,
The young people of the United Kingdom have a few words to say about Brexit Britain.
Starting with @Femi_Sorry.
#OFOC
Charlie from Doncaster is one of the 73% of 18-24 year-olds who voted to Remain in the EU.
She represents the adult demographic of the UK that would be most affected by Brexit.
#OFOC @turtle_in_a_fez
The 'Young' includes Brits in their 40s, 52% of whom voted for their country to remain in the EU. These are people who will have to raise their children in a version of the UK that they voted to avoid.
#OFOC @siannydee
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