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Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:21 Tue Jul 17
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Anyone get the idea Swiss has got a 3rd in citizenship from Anglia Ruskin University?

Swiss. 12:11 Tue Jul 17
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
No Snide it's the fact your dream Brexit could never work. Nothing to do with politicians. You are obviously of low intelligence. Uni Degree? No I didn't think so.

"Take shots from a afar" lol ...it's an internet forum absolute joke of a person.

Side of Ham 12:00 Tue Jul 17
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Scouse, you thick cunt it's politician wankers with the viewpoint you have that are deliberately trying to bugger it up for that future by making it a mess and AGAIN about party politics and blocking a Brexit instead of getting the best deal for the UK.

You're not here though to deal with that you run off to Europe and stick your head in the sand and take pot shots from afar you lame wanker.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:00 Tue Jul 17
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Swiss. We already had this debate. You lost.

Swiss. 11:52 Tue Jul 17
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
"Brexit is a new dawn, a new hope " no it's a pipe dream made of sound bites with no substance. Jargon that sucked in morons like you Mike, Surface, Johnson, Willtell, Mashed, Russ, Snide etc...

Something that practically couldn't be implemented. You fucking naive twats.

We can do trade deals with NZ and AUS..hahaha or be like Singapore..lol

Mike Oxsaw 11:37 Tue Jul 17
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Russ of the BML 11:25 Tue Jul 17

That's so true.

Some people can't see/accept that there are events in life bigger than politics; first hint of something like that and they (all flavours) make dragging it back down to a party political level their number one priority - and fuck everything else.

If they can't do that then the rubbishing machine comes out and they go full tilt into "LA! LA! LA! Fingers-in-the-ear mode until it all blows, they hope, over.

Brexit is a new dawn, a new hope - and not a Luke Skywalker type of new hope, either; it's a chance to unleash those that can do, so they can just get on and do it, with the added bonus of showing up those that won't for the parasites that they are.

Those that can't will have a better chance to become those that can.

Russ of the BML 11:29 Tue Jul 17
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The problem that May has is that she finds herself in between something far too big for any one Prime Minister to deal with.

The EU are like a schizo dog. Friendly one minute then bites you the next. They are just sitting there watching all of our politicians fuck up our chances of doing anything worthwhile. They knew they had to play hard ball at the start but then realised that negotiation was the key.

But to get them on board May has had to relax only to find herself stabbed by her party members who are determined for the hardest Brexit.

Whilst Labour look on laughing but really have no clue why they are laughing other then its the Tory Party and Labour have no fucking clue what they would be doing in this situation and, in fact, would most likely be in the same position.

I think May's problem is that she has tried to please too many people and now finds herself being targeted from all sides. Impossible job because too many people want different outcomes.

As I said, rancid. And a disgrace. The politicians in this country should be ashamed.

Russ of the BML 11:25 Tue Jul 17
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Side of Ham 11:13 Tue Jul 17

Spot on.

Politics in this country is rancid. Even with an issue as big as this they simply cannot stop politicking for the sake of their own agenda.

It's fucking sick.

Side of Ham 11:13 Tue Jul 17
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Wonder why Cameron got out so quick?

This countries Parliment is SHIT instead of dealing with getting a good deal for the UK they are using it to either further their political careers or beat those in power.

Doesn't matter that it's a tory government any of them would have been battered by the opposition were they in power.

This is why many don't vote as they do not work for the people only their own gain.

Dave Boozle 10:36 Tue Jul 17
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Having to deal with reality, May is trying to find a compromise with her warring factions within government.

Whilst not completely agreeing with the Chequers proposal, if we do leave the CU, SM and ECJ, end freedom of movement and stop paying to be part of the EU then that's fine by me.

Criticism of May without an alternative solution is easy and lazy.

Willtell 9:01 Tue Jul 17
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May makes "Strong & Stable" look like a joke. Anyone that knows anything about marketing knows that the first requirement for a brand image is to ensure that it is accurate and believable.

The only thing strong & stable are her fingers. She's built them up by clinging to power by her fingertips

arsegrapes 2:58 Tue Jul 17
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So May bottled it again, and looks like a HARD BREXIT is back on with Mogg in as PM soon, he hee you REMAIN TWATS must be jolly furious.

Willtell 10:12 Sun Jul 15
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Hammered & Pickled must be champing at the bit for this thread to move on so that he can ignore being pulled for lying....

Mike Oxsaw 8:17 Sat Jul 14
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He's just a modern day Pavlovian Dog.

Everybody knows which bell to ring to guarantee a required response.

Two years in and he still hasn't cottoned-on.

Willtell 4:24 Sat Jul 14
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Hammer & Pickled is on the Trump thread now that he's been caught telling lies on this one....

He'll be back later causing more mayhem once it has died down...

Mike Oxsaw 11:36 Sat Jul 14
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EU recipient nations are EXACTLY like benefits claimants who opt for that as a lifestyle choice.

With free money pouring in every year, why bother doing anything more then pretending you're trying to become self-sufficient.

It should be a condition of EU membership that every country is a net contributor within 5 years of joining - or they have to pay it all back - with interest.

They should be subject to an independent audit every year to keep them on track.

Willtell 10:37 Sat Jul 14
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Hammer and Pickle 9:45 Sat Jul 14
"Can’t really get more Kremlin troll than agitprop about Poland being a net receiver of EU cohesion funding."

I didn't have you down as a fucking liar Pickled. Sad, drunk cuckold yes but why lie about it?

Cohesion funds rank high in Poland’s public investments
By Michał Strzałkowski | EURACTIV.pl | translated by Viorica-Valeria Ciobanu Oct 13, 2017

Cohesion policy makes up 61.17% of all Polish public investment, one of the highest rates in the EU. It is topped only by Portugal, Croatia and Lithuania, according to a European Commission report that highlighted cohesion funds as a major investment driver in many EU regions. EURACTIV Poland reports.
https://www.euractiv.com/section/economy-jobs/news/cohesion-funds-rank-high-in-polands-public-investments/

How much does Poland get from the EU?
Breakdown of Poland's finances with the EU in 2016: Total EU spending in Poland: € 10.638 billion. Total EU spending as % of Polish gross national income (GNI): 2.61 % .Mar 13, 2018
Poland - EUROPA | European Union
https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/countries/member-countries/poland_en

Johnson 10:03 Sat Jul 14
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Try again

Hammer and Pickle 10:00 Sat Jul 14
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You are exactly a perfect example of one.

Johnson 9:58 Sat Jul 14
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No one on here is a Kremlin troll you paranoid wreck

Hammer and Pickle 9:53 Sat Jul 14
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You can expect the likes of After8 to make sure the difference will be made up. He will find the money in exactly the same place as the rest of the ”Brexit Dividend”.

You would have thought it was finally COMING HOME to you that being a Kremlin troll is a shit way of life.

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