By Idon'thave£12000 - 6/5/2019 16:00

Could go either way, really

Today, I received a full scholarship to the university of my dreams in England. Being born into a fairly poor family, I've never received anything for free and I worked on my grades like a dog last semester to achieve this. However, the scholarship is only valid if the UK stays in the EU. FML
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By  Charlie Given  |  21

Great job OP now start a Gofund me page also there are many organizations that can help don't let this opportunity pass even if you work part time to pay for it, it'll be a high education at a far lower cost then a U.S. school, good luck OP

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By  Charlie Given  |  21

Great job OP now start a Gofund me page also there are many organizations that can help don't let this opportunity pass even if you work part time to pay for it, it'll be a high education at a far lower cost then a U.S. school, good luck OP

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  bloopaloop  |  19

Woulda shoulda coulda whatever you want. There’s a difference between who’s fault something is and who’s problem. Set yourself up to mitigate predictable probabilities of other people screwing you. And if you are relying on government, whatever government and whatever side of it you’re on, you are going to be disappointed. Mitigate it; don’t rely on government.

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  Nhayaa  |  15

And yet, no one wants to leave and they make sure every attempt to find an agreement on the terms is rejected. That's what happens when you want to stop being part of something but ask to keep the benefits from it. Highly unrealistic.

By  Mungolikecandy  |  18

Surely you knew the terms and conditions before you applied? Brexit has been going on for the last three years.