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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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Willtell 12:59 Thu Dec 14
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Where's that Polish wanker when you want him? Here's a story to interest you H&P-

Russians spent just 73p on adverts during Brexit campaign
Facebook has said less than £1 was spent on Russian adverts designed to disrupt the Brexit vote, downplaying claims that meddling from the Kremlin helped swing last year’s referendum.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2017/12/13/facebook-russians-spent-just-73-pence-ads-brexit-campaign/

ray winstone 12:58 Thu Dec 14
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I see The Mail is apoplectic, funny as fuck.

Willtell 10:33 Wed Dec 13
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Reply the last eastender 9:58 Wed Dec 13
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Oh really? I love a sound argument based on common sense. Well said sir...

Gavros 10:29 Wed Dec 13
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Well it isn't binary is it? You can leave the EU and maintain single market (SM) access via EEA, but then you behave to accept rule taking (losing soverignty) over rule making in the EU and all you get is a for leaf of cover on freedom of movement. A worse outcome to EU

You can leave the SM but remain in the custom union (CU) and stop freedom of movement but you lose SM access and still can't make meaningful trade deals.

You can leave SM and CU and try to negotiate your own FTA with the EU and others, but as is being made clear this is maddeningly more complex that anyone thought. Anyway the EU is already close or there with deals with all major modern economies, which are the ones you want to have deals with.

End result: staying in EU far the best outcome for the country.

the last eastender 10:15 Wed Dec 13
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There's no benefit in leaving and lots of downsides in leaving and I say that as someone who has always been a bit cynical about the EU.
Remember nothing is ever done for the benefit of the working class in this country. We are still scum.

Mike Oxsaw 10:10 Wed Dec 13
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So are we leaving or not leaving? It's simple binary - Yes or No.

zebthecat 10:07 Wed Dec 13
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Strong and stable

the last eastender 10:04 Wed Dec 13
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We haven't always agreed but with that I'm on the same page. I just wish all the brexit gang knew that.

the last eastender 10:04 Wed Dec 13
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We haven't always agreed but with that I'm on the same page. I just wish all the brexit gang knew that.

the last eastender 10:04 Wed Dec 13
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We haven't always agreed but with that I'm on the same page. I just wish all the brexit gang knew that.

the last eastender 9:58 Wed Dec 13
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Gavros 9:57 Wed Dec 13
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a week is a long time in politics.

the election was 6 months ago

HTH

Johnson 9:40 Wed Dec 13
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It was written down Gavvy, so yeah they did.

HTH

Gavros 9:34 Wed Dec 13
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course they did johnson. it takes a while to row back on something like a referendum.

little by little....

Johnson 9:27 Wed Dec 13
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How many leaver MPs still want a say?

Don’t assume all MPs voting on this are remainers. You desperate cuckolds will though.

BOTH parties had leaving the EU in their manifesto.

ray winstone 9:20 Wed Dec 13
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Strong AND stable.......

twoleftfeet 9:16 Wed Dec 13
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We will never leave.

MPs don’t give a flying fuck about the will of the people.

Johnson 9:15 Wed Dec 13
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By a massive four votes.

And it was a vote to have a vote, not to stop anything.

Gavros 9:01 Wed Dec 13
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Parliament have voted to take back control from government. The Soveriegn is waking up finally.

#GUTTED?

Mike Oxsaw 8:20 Wed Dec 13
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I think the underlying issue here is wrestling back control so that the appropriate management actions can be implemented.

That's appropriate to the as-is UK, not some mythical academic ideal.

Johnson 6:15 Wed Dec 13
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I don't think you're in a position to attempt to belittle anyone for what you think is crying after your continued histrionics on this site, Thickle.

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