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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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Mike Oxsaw 5:50 Fri Feb 23
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BRANDED 5:36 Fri Feb 23

And that depends on whoever is in charge actually getting a windfall by negotiating the BEST POSSIBLE exit deal.

Again, nothing to do with the actual exit, but all to do with how it's managed.

BRANDED 5:36 Fri Feb 23
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My personal goals are hardly the issue.

What's the issue is that if we were to get a windfall it WOULD depend on who was managing it.

Mike Oxsaw 5:33 Fri Feb 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BRANDED 3:42 Fri Feb 23

Well, given as the UK borrows just to cover it's daily operating costs, any chance to borrow less should be grasped with both hands - especially as what is borrowed may not end up benefiting the people saddled with paying it back (you DO care about those, don't you - they may end up having to seize YOUR whole estate, wherever in the world it is, when you die, just to help cover the cost of borrowing money to give to the EU).

What's that? Shut down the NHS and kill all the old people, you say? Save millions, if not billions is it? Then liquidate the disabled, then vanish the unemployed? Is that the way you'd like the debate to go?

We can't stop ALL borrowing so we shouldn't stop ANY borrowing.

What are you, Spokesman for the moneylenders?

BRANDED 5:28 Fri Feb 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
I hear you

Willtell 5:25 Fri Feb 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
No but only lawyers know all the laws as you would know if you hear me...?

BRANDED 4:59 Fri Feb 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Like no one ever knows any laws

Willtell 4:57 Fri Feb 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Wow! So you're a lawyer as well as an arse then Comma?

, 4:46 Fri Feb 23
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Grapes I am well aware of our laws pre and subsequent to original Treaty of Rome signing and subsequent changes down the years.

But here is the thing because YOU stated that you did not like the rules not me. I simply asked for an example. I don't need to study EU Law and I'm not the one unhappy with EU rules and regulations.

Willtell 4:42 Fri Feb 23
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Gavros 3:21 Fri Feb 23
"You are a right pair of thick cunts, arent you? Like, truly mesmerisingly fucking thick."
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No really not at all thick Gavros. That is the argument for a wanker that has NO argument.

Try again if you want to enlighten us to your side of the argument for ignoring democracy there's a luv. Here you are with the point being made that you claim makes us thick so try to say why this is please?

"The thing is Gavros, it is incredibly idiotic to pretend that "aggragating" is idiocy! It is anything but.

The reality is that UK leaving the EU in just over a year's time without a deal, will probably push the EU's major nations that supply manufactures to the UK, back into recession.

Add to that scenario that the EU will be short by more than £10bn a year income and a lot of costs are going to have to be spread over the remaining 27 nations, many of whom are recipients of EU funding.

Far from being idiocy is your pretending that you know what you're talking about... "

arsegrapes 4:41 Fri Feb 23
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, 1:16 Fri Feb 23
Re: EU Referendum

Far too voluminous to list. Assuming you have more time than most, as a starter my advice would be to Study EU Law and compare with the Law of England prior to 1st January 1973 and come back to me.

DaveT 4:02 Fri Feb 23
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Swiss, you have no idea about me. You come on here as a keyboard warrior with your nasty little snide insults.
Granted I made I made a mistake, should have said mainland Europe.
As you are scrutinizing posts have a look how we spell "know". It's not "now".
Mugged me off? Really? You've still got the arse because I mugged you off for being a junior business analyst when you were trying to brag how good you were.

Swiss. 3:49 Fri Feb 23
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Love mugging off Dave Johnson.

Definately the weakest link on here. Even make that senile , dementured Willtell look almost smart.

Swiss. 3:46 Fri Feb 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Dave T

Calling me think me thick haha. "Stay in Europe." You know that the UK is still and will always we part of Europe. It's the EU we are discussing.

here this will help you

https://www.countries-ofthe-world.com/countries-of-europe.html

Thick, stupid, c*nt. Stay in your northern shithole village.

BRANDED 3:42 Fri Feb 23
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Reducing the deficit is and has been an objective of the Tories. If there were a windfall why would they not reach that objective quicker?
This assumes there is a windfall and not a drought.

master 3:38 Fri Feb 23
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Gavros, why resort to H&P's style of response when confronted with a valid point? You're better than that.

Mike Oxsaw 3:33 Fri Feb 23
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BRANDED 3:30 Fri Feb 23

So the deficit is only relevant when it comes to borrowing money that is to be used outside the country rather within?

Does borrowing for one use add to the national debt and borrowing for the other not?

BRANDED 3:30 Fri Feb 23
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They're not that bright.

The idea that even if there were to be a windfall, which is unlikely as we've still got a deficit, it will be given to people in Coventry which is less than 200 miles away top north is utterly mental bearing in mind most money in the UK gets hoovered off shore.

Gavros 3:21 Fri Feb 23
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You are a right pair of thick cunts, arent you?

Like, truly mesmerisingly fucking thick.

Mike Oxsaw 3:17 Fri Feb 23
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Odd that remainers want to stay in a union that wants to distribute (and seriously dilute) their wealth to various NATIONS, but throw disdain on their own parliament that wants to distribute that same wealth around it's own counties, towns & villages (i.e. oop "North").

OK to just hand over on demand never-to-be-seen-again wads of cash to the East of Europe but not the East Riding.

Aha! I think they just like seeing the people who tell them what to do being told what to do themselves.

Willtell 3:17 Fri Feb 23
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Gavros 12:07 Fri Feb 23
"the UK is not a 'customer', individual entities within the UK are. I am not the customer when youre buying a BMW. Aggregating in this manner is idiotic."
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The thing is Gavros, it is incredibly idiotic to pretend that "aggragating" is idiocy! It is anything but.

The reality is that UK leaving the EU in just over a year's time without a deal, will probably push the EU's major nations that supply manufactures to the UK, back into recession.

Add to that scenario that the EU will be short by more than £10bn a year income and a lot of costs are going to have to be spread over the remaining 27 nations, many of whom are recipients of EU funding.

Far from being idiocy is your pretending that you know what you're talking about...

Gavros 2:39 Fri Feb 23
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says someone who cant grasp more than 1% of the subject.

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