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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 11:44 Thu Dec 14
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Here's Thickle getting it from his son's karate instructor...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQ9Zx2Z0iwo

ray winstone 11:40 Thu Dec 14
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Dr Moose wrote...


And another week of PMQs where a weak Jeremy Corbyn doesn't hammer May about Brexit. whats the matter with him???



Corbyn Schmorbyn, this is all about May and her shitcunt government, they called it, she's fucked it.

Hammer and Pickle 11:24 Thu Dec 14
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Mimmler's family of extremist nut-jobs warning the law about someone they don't like

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQ7RB3fQAA0

Willtell 11:05 Thu Dec 14
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Come on Johnson. Corbyn wants Brexit like turkeys can't wait for Christmas

Johnson 10:43 Thu Dec 14
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Corbyn wants Brexit.

Dr Moose 10:41 Thu Dec 14
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ray winstone 9:46 Thu Dec 14

And another week of PMQs where a weak Jeremy Corbyn doesn't hammer May about Brexit. whats the matter with him???

Johnson 10:39 Thu Dec 14
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Blindly copy and pasting from the Canary is not research Branded you social inadequate.

BRANDED 10:37 Thu Dec 14
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Coffee.

Yes. Early on there was a lot of great discourse and a lot of interesting facts thrown about which I went and researched.

For a bout a year its been mostly about 4 children calling each other names in the playground. Which is fun.

Johnson 10:00 Thu Dec 14
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I’ve learnt Thickle is a Nazi

Coffee 9:48 Thu Dec 14
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Has anyone learned anything or changed their mind about anything as a result of this thread?

ray winstone 9:46 Thu Dec 14
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This week: Tory MP Anne Marie Morris is reinstated back in the party after saying the N-word.

Damian Green avoids suspension despite using office computer to access porn.

Stephen Hammond is sacked for voting for parliamentary sovereignty.

STRONG and Stable.

mashed in maryland 9:44 Thu Dec 14
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No, people like us just warned about this and people like you called us racist.

Yet you seem almost triumphant that we were unfortunately proved right.

Not surprising considering your track record for defending paedophiles.

Hammer and Pickle 9:37 Thu Dec 14
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Yes, mimmler.

People have a right to know but then again you have been using this kind of thing to play on people's frustrations for years.

Just like the Mail uses it to sell papers.

You will now claim I am defending the rapist, which of course is utter dribble. See I'm accusing you of shit stirring and I'm condemning the rapist for rape in my moral terms at the same time. It is perfectly possible to do both and I dare you to try your "hypocrite" dribble on me.

Now would you kindly fuck off?

BRANDED 9:21 Thu Dec 14
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Just 4 votes is like a million people right?

mashed in maryland 9:18 Thu Dec 14
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5175101/Child-refugee-raped-murdered-girl-19-33.html

Well well well. Remember when it was racist to think this?

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.

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