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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 6:49 Wed Jul 18
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Capitol Man 1:51 Wed Jul 18

Slight correction to your post needed. The phrase you were looking for is "in your mind," not "in their minds".

Unless you are Uri Geller (and I claim my five pounds) then you only know what's in your mind - but seem more than happy projecting and imposing those thoughts onto the minds of others in an attempt to fluff up your personal comfort blanket.

Capitol Man 1:51 Wed Jul 18
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El Coucho 12:56 Wed Jul 18
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It’s hilarious isn’t it. It started off as one member of the Bullingdon club against the other and yet somehow in their minds it’s come to be the common people against elites.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:39 Wed Jul 18
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Are you telling me that the UK needs its hand held by the likes of Hungary and Latvia to ensure workers rights? We had workers rights here long before the EU and will have them long after.

Out of the EU we will be able to get rid of some of the sillier ones. Unlike if we remain in the EU, if you don't like it then you will be able to vote out any government that makes changes you disapprove of. That's called democracy.

You don't have an argument.

El Coucho 1:35 Wed Jul 18
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Surface...so Rees-Mogg / Johnson / Gove / Jenkins? Sorry, but it's just replacing one type of establishment with another. Anyone that thinks this is for the little man is misguided. The little man will be fucked more than ever and be told to be grateful for it.

These are people that want an end to a lot of employee rights; - see Britain Unchained by Prati Patel and DRaab

orwells tragedy 1:26 Wed Jul 18
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I understand why you don't get it now

arsegrapes 1:25 Wed Jul 18
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orwells tragedy 1:16 Wed Jul 18

arsegrapes 1:25 Wed Jul 18
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arsegrapes 12:42 Wed Jul 18

48880 posts, oh alright then if I must.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:20 Wed Jul 18
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El Coucho 12:56 Wed Jul 18

You seem to be confusing, 'got a few quid' with, 'establishment'. I'm pretty sure Pete Townshend and Banksy have got a few quid and I'm also pretty sure they aren't 'establishment.

Dyson isn't 'establishment'. And the Telegraph IS.That's why the DT is now furiously 'soft Brexit'.

orwells tragedy 1:16 Wed Jul 18
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arsegrapes 12:42 Wed Jul 18

I think you need to read the thread again.

BRANDED 1:01 Wed Jul 18
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The establishment includes Reese Wog and Russian Ponceson. You mong fest.

El Coucho 12:56 Wed Jul 18
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Nurse: The establishment (for want of a better word) seem very determined to overturn/water down the result of the referendum and ignore the mandate either fully or as fully as they can.

So Jacob RM, Boris, etc are they not establishment? Does Boris give a fuck if it goes wrong? Dyson - is he not establishment? Daily Mail - are you calling the and the Telegraph anti-establishment? Seriously? The multi - millionaire Aaron Banks?

This is two different sides of the establishment fighting it out. If you think Brexit is anti-establishment you're having a laugh.

BRANDED 12:56 Wed Jul 18
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Japan is the richest most successful country on Earth.

El Coucho 12:52 Wed Jul 18
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Re Branded: Japan and EU sign trade deal with almost no tariffs.

EU 27 + EU trade deals with 3rd countries = 60% of UK exports. EU currently in negotiations with mighty Australia and New Zealand - that would push it up to 62%, but nobody really gives a monkey's about them. Except Liam Fox.

arsegrapes 12:42 Wed Jul 18
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Nurse, you are right of course, but I reckon the EU will come to a satisfactory compromise at the final hour. Money is their master when push comes to shove, and they have more of it to lose.

orwells tragedy 2:14 Tue Jul 17

I make you right, by about 3 years.

Johnson 11:12 Tue Jul 17
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But he’s not though.

Hammer and Pickle 11:10 Tue Jul 17
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arrrrrrrrghhhhhhhhh!
So fucking THICK!

Johnson 11:08 Tue Jul 17
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Zero isn’t on this thread though, Thickle?

Hammer and Pickle 10:56 Tue Jul 17
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More like observation actually.

Nurse Ratched 10:53 Tue Jul 17
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Arf! Here we go. More of his paranoia.

Hammer and Pickle 10:52 Tue Jul 17
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Why do you and Zero always come on here at the same time, Johnson?

Johnson 10:46 Tue Jul 17
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Don’t confuse him cruyf, he only gets as far as headlines, the thick socially inadequate cunt doesn’t understand the rest.

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