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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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Johnson 4:09 Mon Dec 18
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Are you just trying to avoid answering with an admission that the EU is forcing Poland to do something it doesn't want to do?

Which unsurprisingly, will render your previous bollocks about the local sovereign state taking precedence over EU rule as exactly that...bollocks.

Hammer and Pickle 3:51 Mon Dec 18
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Because, as is clear to anyone with a functioning brain, you are not ready to accept any answer with which you don’t agree.

Now fuck off.

Johnson 3:46 Mon Dec 18
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Why is it disingenuous and redundant?

Hammer and Pickle 3:28 Mon Dec 18
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Read my last answer and you will see your question is both disingenuous and redundant.

That’s quite an achievement Johnson. Have an acorn.

Johnson 3:25 Mon Dec 18
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So do you think that is what Poland are facing?

How does that tie in with your incorrect assertion about the EU not telling member states to do anything they do not want to do?

Hammer and Pickle 3:23 Mon Dec 18
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That’s right Johnson, the EU has never had to invoke Article 7 before. Nobody has been stupid enough to that uncooperative and self-defeating yet but there is always a first idiot peasant.

Dr Moose 3:20 Mon Dec 18
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Reply Gavros 3:04 Mon Dec 18

Wouldn't the EU add on that we'd have to accept the Euro and Schengen?

, 3:15 Mon Dec 18
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Stavros 3.04, the UK government has no democratic mandate to unilaterally withdraw notice of A50.

Without a general election in the offing it would need to legitimise its actions by, at least, a referendum.

Hammer and Pickle 3:13 Mon Dec 18
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My old Saffron Waldon.

Ag!

Johnson 3:06 Mon Dec 18
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Because I thought you might be better placed to answer.

You've also claimed more than once that the EU don't do things like force migration quotas so I thought you would enjoy proving yourself right on that.

Gavros 3:04 Mon Dec 18
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There is no option to "just stay in the EU anyway".

Au contrare, my old saffron waldian,

what needs to happen is an extension of article 50, which can be done with a unanimous vote of the EU27. if that were to happen then any time between now and the extended date the UK could unilateraly withdraw notice.

Hammer and Pickle 3:01 Mon Dec 18
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Why don’t you answer your own divvy questions you fruitloop?

Johnson 2:53 Mon Dec 18
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No, that wasn't what I asked.

How are Poland getting on with resisting the imposed migration figures?

Hammer and Pickle 2:50 Mon Dec 18
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Anyone civilised would hope the Polish nutjob nationalists in government are doing very badly in their project of scaring peasants like you, Johnson.

Johnson 2:40 Mon Dec 18
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How's Poland getting on trying to prevent their forced immigration quota from the EU, Thickle?

Hammer and Pickle 2:29 Mon Dec 18
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How dreadful, cock.

All terrible prospects for anyone still living in the first decades of the previous century.

riosleftsock 2:22 Mon Dec 18
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There is no option to "just stay in the EU anyway".

Article 50 has been triggered.

Another party could re-apply to join, true, but it would have to commit to joining the Euro, playing a major part in the EU Army, we would have no veto (that would go eventually anyway) and we would have to accept EU imposed migrant quotas.

Swiss. 2:22 Mon Dec 18
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Mike I think you have a massive case of irrational paranoia when it comes to the EU.

JOHNNY V 2:16 Mon Dec 18
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Get through what the negotiating stage ? If we don't leave the argument never goes away Gavros

Hammer and Pickle 2:02 Mon Dec 18
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Talking of the Kremlin ruining people’s lives, how’s your idol Nigel Farage doing these days, Brexiters?

Gavros 2:01 Mon Dec 18
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the idea of brexit will be far less palatable once we've got through this and seen the damage that it does.

plus plenty of that 17 million will be dead soon. thankfully.

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