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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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Hammer and Pickle 11:09 Tue Oct 22
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Bet you call all your “proper people” Polish mates ponces to their face, powergrowler.

riosleftsock 11:09 Tue Oct 22
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Johnson 11:03 Tue Oct 22

Furry muff.

riosleftsock 11:03 Tue Oct 22
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"Conservative MP David Jones says MPs didn't need more time to debate Brexit.

"It has been debated for three years," he says, "we may as well crack on with it."

"Everybody just wants this process out of the way," he says, adding "today was a great shame."

And he suggests the UK will now end up leaving on 31 October without an agreement."

Johnson 11:03 Tue Oct 22
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If I change PONCELAND to simply Poland then the post still applies I’m afraid, the country will not become a net contributor in decades.

Thickle is in a league of his own mind you, I’ll give you that. I know a few Poles and all proper people, nothing like him.

riosleftsock 11:00 Tue Oct 22
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Johnson

Its worth considering that you, I and many on here know many Polish people as colleagues, friends etc. Like most countries they have a mixture of types of people, they are fairly similar to us in tradition and outlook.

I have never met a Pole like Pickle. Please keep criticising Pickle's posts when they are wrong, but lay off the slagging of off all Polish and the casual stereotyping.

Cabbage - you can keep going.

Hammer and Pickle 10:59 Tue Oct 22
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One thing is for sure today - I am a net contributor to the EU budget, and you, disasterfanny, are a clear receiver.

Mike Oxsaw 10:58 Tue Oct 22
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Maybe the EU has a cunning plan to make cabbages legal tender.

Johnson 10:54 Tue Oct 22
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Ha ha ha ha. What a joke, Thickle it’ll take decades for PONCELAND to jump from one of the biggest poncers to a net contributor who are you kidding?

riosleftsock 10:52 Tue Oct 22
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If I have this right....

The Benn Act only referred to a motion. The motion was voided on Saturday by amendment.

Today's successful vote was on a bill, which is superior to a motion (its further down the process).

I'm not sure the Benn Act still has force. The Letwin Act does for sure, but not sure about the Surrender Act.

Time will tell.

Hammer and Pickle 10:49 Tue Oct 22
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It’ll take years to agree terms of UK participation in the SM if the WA passes. Poland is likely to replace the UK as a net contributor to the EU budget by then, with the North East of England still a net beneficiary.

Meanwhile, you’re an incontinent mess of malice and gnat-arse uselessness, poisontits.

Johnson 10:49 Tue Oct 22
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Comma is the butchest man on this site by a country mile.

, 10:43 Tue Oct 22
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
What men?

Cabbage Savage 10:40 Tue Oct 22
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, 10:37 Tue Oct 22


do your husband not mind you being on football page with lots of men?

Gavros 10:39 Tue Oct 22
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Thats exactly the sort of Brexit tradition wed make.

Bit like the door slamming on Black Rod at the state opening.

Johnson 10:38 Tue Oct 22
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Clock is ticking Thickle, the gravy train is being loaded up and is getting ready to leave.

, 10:37 Tue Oct 22
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Brussels considering extension request.

Bill being set up for debate and amendments.

Boris dead in a bitch.

riosleftsock 10:32 Tue Oct 22
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As it stands.

There is no extension. We leave on the 31st October.

The deal can not now pass as there is no programme for scrutiny, the bill will be sent to committee.

only1billybonds 10:29 Tue Oct 22
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Very jolly Charles.

But Mr Cough got thete first a day or so ago.

ak37 10:20 Tue Oct 22
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charleyfarley
Very good

ChillTheKeel 10:10 Tue Oct 22
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I think it has a chance to actually go through, but it'll mean Bozo pissing off the ERG/membership and Labour giving up its idiot notion for a 2nd ref.

Dwight Van Mann 10:08 Tue Oct 22
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charleyfarley 10:06 Tue Oct 22


hahahahahaha

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