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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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zebthecat 10:18 Wed Oct 17
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So much for all that protect the Union red line guff from Theresa May then.

Don Ravioli 10:01 Wed Oct 17
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Dwight van man 9:54
Brexit just got a whole lot better.
May should tell the Irish pm that after Brexit, unless he starts to play nice, that free movement of micks to the uk will stop as well.

Mike Oxsaw 10:00 Wed Oct 17
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*gets old phone. Dials I IX II. Asks for Hadrian's number.*

Nurse Ratched 9:56 Wed Oct 17
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Far too good to be true. Just George being mischievous.

Dwight Van Mann 9:54 Wed Oct 17
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out of Europe and a chance for the Jocks to cast themselves adrift - lovely jubbly

Nurse Ratched 9:41 Wed Oct 17
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Let's hope he's right.

cheeses cruyf 9:32 Wed Oct 17
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According to George Galloway on twitter the SNP have struck a deal to abstain in the brexit vote in exchange for indy ref 2 !

Hammer and Pickle 9:16 Wed Oct 17
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The tech is basically serialisation codes on packaging, isn't it?

Has to be introduced all over the EU by end of Jan 2019 for pharma at least (though of course there will be a stopgap according to my source).

Gavros 9:09 Wed Oct 17
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If once signed that puts the onus on the UK to develop the tech that the leave twats continue to claim means a CU isnt needed and will force the UK to at the least gain SM for goods in a future agreement as not doing so leaves NI half out and will have Scotland and Wales demanding the same. So once signed and agreed the least we get is essentially chequers +

Hammer and Pickle 9:07 Wed Oct 17
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I like that kind of "no".

Gavros 9:06 Wed Oct 17
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No H&P. They are however accepting an all-UK CU "until technology" and SM for goods for NI. They are also going to extend the transition. And they will agree not a non time referenced back stop which ends when agreement is reached that technology can replace the CU.

Gavros 9:02 Wed Oct 17
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After 8

EU Directive 2004 (38)

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2004:158:0077:0123:en:PDF

- 3 months to find a job or can be forced to leave
- Cannot claim any benefits until paying tax
- Must have medial cover

EEA Article 112/3

http://www.efta.int/media/documents/legal-texts/eea/the-eea-agreement/Main%20Text%20of%20the%20Agreement/EEAagreement.pdf

- emergency break on migration

Plus other stuff like Switzerland's rules on advertising jobs to residents first.

= "end of FoM'

Hammer and Pickle 8:59 Wed Oct 17
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Reckon the EU might decide to concede to May and abandon its stopgap tonight, Gavros?

Gavros 8:46 Wed Oct 17
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Joe - who actually knows about this because its his job is correct

Luke, who reads a load of shit by some leave lawyer is incorrect

Who'd have thought it.

joe royal 8:42 Wed Oct 17
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COOL HAND LUKE 8:05 Wed Oct 17
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I go to Norway quite a bit with my job , we have to get a carnet stamped that declares that what we take in we take out (something to do with VAT)

Same with Swiss , the process takes about 20 mins , hardly a big deal .


Never been asked to show a passport tho at either border.

Dwight Van Mann 8:42 Wed Oct 17
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BRANDED 8:26 Wed Oct 17

fuck 'em - French cunts

Nurse Ratched 8:32 Wed Oct 17
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Oh, alright then.

BRANDED 8:26 Wed Oct 17
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Reverse Brexit with second referendum to save your economy, OECD tells UK

Gavros 8:08 Wed Oct 17
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It does have a border.

How come Hannan and Carswell, people who actually advocared for leaving well before the referendum unlike most of the ERG loons are suggesting EEA/ EFTA if it ain't Brexit?

COOL HAND LUKE 8:05 Wed Oct 17
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Interestingly, Norway is not in the EU customs union, and yet is has no hard border with Sweden...

EEA is NOT Brexit. It is total bollocks to suggest that anyone in the Leave camp sees it as a viable option.

Another desperation pronouncement in the futile hope of avoiding a real Brexit.

After8 7:10 Wed Oct 17
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No you can't gavros as I showed yesterday direct from the EEA.

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