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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 2:09 Thu Sep 19
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In anticipation that it's MEEEEEEE! that gets the 100k, I'd like to thank my parents, my teachers at school, my family, my agent, my MP - naturally, my friends and my dog, Woofie.

God bless you all! *blows kiss*

Lee Trundle 1:58 Thu Sep 19
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It'll be someone needy like that Darby.

It'll throw the ones that don't get it into a pit of depression.

Darby_ 1:56 Thu Sep 19
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Pickle, of course.

WHU(Exeter) 1:55 Thu Sep 19
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The most crucial thing with all of this...

Whose going to get the 100,000?

Mike Oxsaw 1:47 Thu Sep 19
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, 1:38 Thu Sep 19

So we should stay in the EU just because some dippy spy/political agrovator was fucking stupid enough to get caught in a completely separate nation state?

That's some fucking duck, that's for sure.

Mike Oxsaw 1:44 Thu Sep 19
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From the BBC:

"MPs in Austria have dealt a blow to the EU's landmark trade deal with South America's economic bloc, by demanding a government veto on the deal."

It's going so well. 20 years of gravy train trips to South America and...well..looks like it will need 20 years more.

Cough up, UK, you don't think these trips pay for themselves, do you?

, 1:38 Thu Sep 19
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There should be no doubt in anyone’s mind that Bojo is an incompetent at the level he has been put. He was no good at Foreign Secretary level let alone trying and Lying in the PM role.

Just think, if even Jeremy Hunt had got the Foreign Secretary role instead of Bojo it’s likely that Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe would be nearer release if not released. Bojo though opened his mouth, more or less condemned her, and the rest is unfortunate history.

Side of Ham 1:37 Thu Sep 19
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Fork handles

mashed in maryland 1:28 Thu Sep 19
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Isn't it water CANNON?

Not cannons

?

Mike Oxsaw 1:26 Thu Sep 19
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charleyfarley 1:13 Thu Sep 19

He will have been given expert advice on the procurement of those water cannons.

He - like any good remainer - has to rely on experts & subordinates delivering accurate information upon which he can make a decision - unless you expect a single person to magically know (and do) everything about everything.

He would also, I suspect, have been advised on the legality of their use in the UK (unless, maybe, his advisor, in this case, had shares in the water cannon company and needed to boost sales).

charleyfarley 1:13 Thu Sep 19
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Water cannons?

Johnson 1:07 Thu Sep 19
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, 12:02 Thu Sep 19

Do you have any evidence that this is clearly above Boris's level of competence.

As you have said clearly, I am sure you have evidence to back up your statement and you were all for someone else doing this yesterday.

Mike Oxsaw 12:47 Thu Sep 19
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Coffee 12:32 Thu Sep 19

Well, at the moment, it sure ain't Ready-Brek-sit.

Frosted Snow Flakes, anyone? They'e g-g-g-g-g-g-g-gobby.

Side of Ham 12:44 Thu Sep 19
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Just want it out there Kunt, i don't expect a late 40's privileged drop out like you to wake up and smell the roses to something they've stupidly committed their life too.

Side of Ham 12:37 Thu Sep 19
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*This

ChillTheKeel 12:37 Thu Sep 19
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ANGRY PISSED UP SNIDEY RANTY ESSAY

Side of Ham 12:36 Thu Sep 19
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....only if you take a look in the mirror then Kunt, as that post of your describes you better, than me you plank.

You still haven't fathomed that this EU referendum was a cross party vote with politicians ACROSS all parties choosing to either stay or remain. Since that result, it has been turned into a stick to beat the government with, by opposition parties. If Bozo prorogued the parliament it was to stop the beating he was getting, but he can't admit that because it would mean party politics being destroyed by doing so.

PS. The is fact, because we all know if Labour were in charge now, the opposition parties would be doing their utmost to fuck it up for them too.

Round & round & round it goes.......meanwhile a country needs to be unified to negotiate with the European, states pissed off we are leaving.

Coffee 12:32 Thu Sep 19
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Breg-zit or Brek-sit?

Mike Oxsaw 12:27 Thu Sep 19
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, 12:02 Thu Sep 19

You want the country to sort out it's politics? Fine. Let's get Brexit delivered then people can focus their full attention on that issue.

ChillTheKeel 12:20 Thu Sep 19
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Every fucking day, the same incoherent pissed up bollocks. Go and take a walk or something.

Side of Ham 12:17 Thu Sep 19
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Can't i use your party politics comfort blanket Chill ?

Or do you go all needy if it's not in your eyesight?

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