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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 2:50 Mon Feb 18
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No denying the old parties and the system they have created is broken.

This isn’t the end of it though, nor even the beginning of the end etc....

Side of Ham 2:33 Mon Feb 18
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comma there is a lot of the youth that can now vote realising that those coming over are settling, and lets just say, not willing to do the jobs we've supposedly needed their parents to come over for.

Many of them are realising the huge competition now for decent education courses AND decent careers at the end of them.

So change the record on that little joker you still keep playing. it all would of been ok if it wasn't for that pesky uneven migration from East to West.

ChillTheKeel 2:32 Mon Feb 18
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threesixty 2:27

He voted against his party a record amount of times!
_____

Did he? Whose record did he beat?

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Yet under his command they are deselecting mp's that dont agree with the party. Is that not hypocrisy at its finest?

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Which MPs have been deselected?


I can't even be bothered to read the rest as time after time you've proven to be as thick as pig shit. Plus you won't even respond to the above or anything else I've put to you, so there's little point.

Johnson 2:30 Mon Feb 18
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Comma, had you campaigned for a regular check up on the original vote in 1975 then your weasel words now might have some substance.

As you didn't and as you're recognised one of the biggest mealy-mouthed snides on here, you'll get the usual short shrift you always get for that post.

threesixty 2:27 Mon Feb 18
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chillthekeel


"Why would Corbyn, a Labour MP, leave the democratic socialist party he signed up fo rjust because he had the audacity to disagree with Blair and his Thatcherite/warmongering agenda? Where exactly is the hypocrisy?"

He voted against his party a record amount of times! But the party still accommodated him for over 30yrs. Yet under his command they are deselecting mp's that dont agree with the party. Is that not hypocrisy at its finest?



"Umunna is't a 'leaver'. He's a failure. Failed to get even close to winning the Labour leadership. Failed over the EU referendum. Failed in a coup to to remove Corbyn. Failed to win a People's Vote. I could go on"

They started intruding into his private life, his family members and party. He decided against running. Further more, he's tried to change things from the inside against a tidal wave of entrysim. And now he's doing the decent thing and leaving.

And still.. because leaving doesn't shore up the Labour seats in terms of winning the next GE, people who hate him want him to stay? Haha.. Says a lot.

"This split is nothing more than an ego boost for a painfully insecure prick. And guess what? He's failed at that too."

He could have been quiet and stayed in the game, But chose to leave because he no longer believes in the party and the party dont believe in him. But still vilified.

Religious zealots will never let it go until they've stoned you to death ..

ChillTheKeel 2:22 Mon Feb 18
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Comma bangs on about hypocrisy. whilst kissing the arse of a creep who just recently advertised for unpaid interns at the same time he was arguing that unpaid interns should be illegal.

, 2:17 Mon Feb 18
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NJ, what about the people who accepted the referendum result as the way the then electorate voted getting on for three years ago but now would like the opinion of the new electorate to be tested.

You know what I mean let’s give democracy a chance and include the nearly three years worth of new voters that were too young to give their opinion about their futures.

Cue someone complaining about too much democracy.

New Jersey 2:12 Mon Feb 18
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Or Chuka who just can't accept the result of a referendum? Actually, very much like Tony Blair!

ChillTheKeel 2:11 Mon Feb 18
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, 2:02

Why would Corbyn, a Labour MP, leave the democratic socialist party he signed up fo rjust because he had the audacity to disagree with Blair and his Thatcherite/warmongering agenda? Where exactly is the hypocrisy?


Umunna is't a 'leaver'. He's a failure. Failed to get even close to winning the Labour leadership. Failed over the EU referendum. Failed in a coup to to remove Corbyn. Failed to win a People's Vote. I could go on

This split is nothing more than an ego boost for a painfully insecure prick. And guess what? He's failed at that too.

Nurse Ratched 2:05 Mon Feb 18
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This development has brought the centrists/Blairites out in plain sight. Let's flick ink at them.

, 2:02 Mon Feb 18
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Irrespective of whether or not you support the political views of Umanna consider this, unlike Corbyn who chose to stay in the Party but continually vote against things in the HoC Chuka has chosen to leave the party.

Corbyn the hypocrite or Chuka the leaver? It’s quite clear to me who the hypocrite is. And btw policians do make changes and then rest, just ask Zac Goldsmith.

New Jersey 1:51 Mon Feb 18
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The arrogance of those resigning from Labour is breath taking! Chuka 'politics is broken' Umunna, does he get up in the morning, look in the mirror and realise what an absolute twat is staring back at him??

Side of Ham 1:50 Mon Feb 18
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Branded is far more cheesy than the helmet he behaves like on here.....

"Like a record baby"

FFS. :-)

BRANDED 1:36 Mon Feb 18
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Like a record baby

Thats you centrists

threesixty 1:31 Mon Feb 18
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Surface

" know what you said. Sadly, for one who appears to support them, what they said is just about diametrically opposed to what you said."

haha..
Spin spin spin.

ChillTheKeel 1:29 Mon Feb 18
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And that painfully bad press conference by this breakaway bunch of corporate Europhile nobodies was just a replica of what they've been doing in the PLP.
Absolutely no policy ideas. Fuck all self reflection. Zero direction.
Just relentless moaning, whining, whinging, finger pointing, blame shifting, and worst of all, sex/race card playing.

Pathetic.

ChillTheKeel 1:23 Mon Feb 18
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And I think that is what they are more about. How do you effect change within the Labour Party with such authoritarian leadership?

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Authoritarian? Have you forgotten your failed coup and what happened afterwards already? Or are you now so used to being a bitter loser, every defeat now just blends into one?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:23 Mon Feb 18
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threesixty 1:17 Mon Feb 18


'"Their main gripe appears to be that Corbyn is too much inclined to honour the referendum result."

As I said earlier. That ship has sailed. They cant effect any change there.'

I know what you said. Sadly, for one who appears to support them, what they said is just about diametrically opposed to what you said.

Nurse Ratched 1:18 Mon Feb 18
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Arf! @ Degsy

threesixty 1:17 Mon Feb 18
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Surface

"Their main gripe appears to be that Corbyn is too much inclined to honour the referendum result."

As I said earlier. That ship has sailed. They cant effect any change there.

And I think that is what they are more about. How do you effect change within the Labour Party with such authoritarian leadership?

Its proved impossible. One by one they have been threatened with deselection if they don't toe the line.

Conversely, Corbyn who voted against the PLP a record amount of times for any politician was never under threat from some organised deselection by Blairites!

The issue is intransigence and authoritarianism pushed by people who are in some cases, even more far left than Corbyn. It is a mess. And I think wherever there political careers go I dont think they will regret leaving.

Sometimes your own sanity is worth far more,

Johnson 1:10 Mon Feb 18
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The proven liar Corbyn the most honest politician?

Good one Branded.

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