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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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boltkunt 12:19 Wed Dec 19
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a 2% majority is still the majority, FFS.

Lets ask for all the matches we lost by 1 goal replayed as the margin of the loss wasn't enough.

threesixty 12:18 Wed Dec 19
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COOL HAND LUKE

"BUT WE ALREADY VOTED TO LEAVE..!! That was a clear DECISION by the British public. "

Mate, I'm tired of all the religion level bollocks. I'm tired of people thinking its ok to go through with such a massive level of upheaval because of a 2% majority.

Fuck that. Let the grown ups get involved and deal with this in a pragmatic and sensible way. This isn't a game of football!

This isn't even a GE which we can vote again on 5yrs ago. This is a proper massive, once in a life time change. It needs special attention and care.

As I said before, you "Jevoha's Witness level Leavers" may be completely on board and clued up as to what you want. But you are not majority.

As for the parliamentary representation via constituencies. Most of the constituencies that voted for leave have no where near the amount of people in them that the remain voting constituents have. How does 16m odd remain votes distill itself into over 70% of of the mp's representing leave constituents?

It doesn't.

It's bollocks.

Brexit effects everyone at individual level so constituency isn't really a great way of representing the whole of the country on this is it?

Willtell 12:17 Wed Dec 19
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The Kronic 9:52 Wed Dec 19
"Bolty that's bollocks, I can recall numerous Brexit MPs telling us how easy a deal would be pre- referendum, from Bozo to Davis."
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Correct. However, as you posted earlier, no-one accounted for Mrs May being an incompetent twat. I thought the EU would be happy to give the UK a deal simply because the EU sells £90bn more to UK than UK sells to them. It's in their interests and I still think they would happily do a deal.

The problem is that when Mrs May turns up and says "I didn't want to leave so I will have to take UK out of EU but we'll pay you to make it as easy as possible..." what else did anyone expect them to do but take the piss....?

COOL HAND LUKE 12:17 Wed Dec 19
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Very interesting, Pickle (**looks at Pickle in the way that you do to a small child that is showing you a chewed snotty toy**).

Do you want to contribute something relevant to this thread, or can we shunt you gently across to the Jackanory thread?

Northern Sold 12:15 Wed Dec 19
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Painful...

boltkunt 12:10 Wed Dec 19
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What a stupid analogy, from an absolute tool of a man.

Stand up Davies.

The Kronic 12:09 Wed Dec 19
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It's a colossus cesspit of corporate capitalism.

JustAFatKevinDavies 12:09 Wed Dec 19
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i cant believe im posting on this thread but fuck it....

the way I see it is if we were say voting on a night out to go to 2 different place, and one place won. If we got there and that place was shut, you wouldn't head to the offy huddle up outside, try to keep warm and make a night of it on the street.

In that case youd either go to the other place or have a revote taking into account the new options.

Now Im no passionate remainer at all and I didn't vote, but I see the situation as the above. Feels like we are cutting off our nose to spite our face. 'Drinking outside the club in the street' isn't really what I think people were voted for.

Just my opinion and the way I see it and you are all entitled to yours, except that tedious prick bolty.

Hammer and Pickle 12:07 Wed Dec 19
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Fractions mean any part of one that is less than one. If you talking about fractions of the 100% of the UK contribution to the EU structural funding budget, I am with you. But then we can’t really talk about the EU as a project of blood-sucking neoliberals but rather as a socialist nanny super-state.

So which is it? Because we already know we control immigration at national level and the ability to strike independent trade deals in the WTO doesn’t exactly stand up to scrutiny. Is no deal all about sovereignty of the courts?

boltkunt 12:06 Wed Dec 19
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Seriously, I'm getting freaked out that Sold keeps stalking me thread to thread.

The Kronic 12:06 Wed Dec 19
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WTO rules are fucking shit too. We really do need a global socialist revolution followed by an intergalactic one.

Northern Sold 12:04 Wed Dec 19
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Someone please put Bolty in a large box (so his head has room) and throw away the key... oh and take away his phone so he can't post anymore SHIT on this site...

Northern Sold 12:04 Wed Dec 19
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Someone please put Bolty in a large box (so his head has room) and throw away the key... oh and take away his phone so he can't post anymore SHIT on this site...

Northern Sold 12:04 Wed Dec 19
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Someone please put Bolty in a large box (so his head has room) and throw away the key... oh and take away his phone so he can't post anymore SHIT on this site...

boltkunt 12:03 Wed Dec 19
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It's irrelevant, the majority voted to leave.

as i've said 100000000000 times

, 12:01 Wed Dec 19
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Bolty, of course I knew the point but you need to take on board that two of the UK’s regions think differently to England.

boltkunt 12:01 Wed Dec 19
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Luke has completely smashed it out the park with that response.

COOL HAND LUKE 11:57 Wed Dec 19
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threesixty 11.43

**If you offer 3 options, Mays deal (which is available for everyone to view), no deal or remain **
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BUT WE ALREADY VOTED TO LEAVE..!! That was a clear DECISION by the British public.

May's deal in all but name is remain (in fact it is even worse than the remain we hated in the first place).

Remain should never be an option - we've HAD that discussion and voted to Leave already.

No Deal IS Brexit, it is leaving onto WTO terms in the first instance... we get up to ten years of 'as you were' on tariffs etc, during which time we can decide on a suitable end game. It takes us completely out of the EU's remit and stops all the threats and silly bollocks.

So your 'second vote' has TWO remain options (neither of which should be reconsidered at all), and one 'proper Brexit', which we have already voted for, and which has STILL not been delivered.

Jesus fucking wept...

boltkunt 11:56 Wed Dec 19
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Your pathetic question doesn't warrant an answer, Branded.

Cony Tottee 11:55 Wed Dec 19
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IMO, people voted leave for a combination of four reasons:

1. Control EU migration
2. Stop paying billions to the EU to only receive a fraction back.
3. Regain sovereignty of our courts.
4. To be able to strike independent trade deals.

My constituency voted 72% to leave and I haven't met one person who only voted leave because they thought it would be easy to get a deal with the EU.

Most people I know who voted remain (including my wife) did so because they simply didn't care either way so were happy with the status quo.

BRANDED 11:46 Wed Dec 19
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Try answering my question.

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