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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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Mike Oxsaw 6:55 Sun Jun 24
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El Coucho 12:41 Sun Jun 24

Why are you STILL trying to force this into a red vs blue matching? It's not and never was; have YOU learned NOTHING over the last 2 years? Oh, wait! You're a remainer- your education is long finished.

The reason for calling the referendum is irrelevant - that the British public took it upon itself to seize the opportunity to tell the bloated, non-productive administrative layer of society where it could shove the EU in it's current form is all that matters.

Lest you forget, Cameron DID go to the EU and try and get some changes (and all (ALL) the EU had to do was to "promise to look into the possibilities"), and remain would have sailed through the referendum. In reality, the EU has brought this upon itself - it has well and truly fucked one of it's 3 golden geese.

The ADULT response from the moment the referendum result was announced was to start planning for exit day, not start bickering because you didn't get your own way in a democratic vote you were perfectly happy to participate in (before the result was announced).

Jaan Kenbrovin 12:54 Sun Jun 24
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Brexit is primarily a Tory thing.

Well, It'll be Cameron's greatest achievement, at least.

Johnson 12:52 Sun Jun 24
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You’re a very strange individual Coucho.

mashed in maryland 12:42 Sun Jun 24
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Waaahmainers on the march today genuinely comparing Brexit to the Nazis.

Silly people.

And what a disgusting insult to the millions who died in the holocaust.

El Coucho 12:41 Sun Jun 24
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Brexit is primarily a Tory thing. We only had the referendum
because the Tories couldn't stop arguing about Europe. You are right again Johnners. Brexit is supported by the right of the Tory party and by the left of the Labour Party. Corbyn and Rees-Mogg make interesting bedfellows.

El Coucho 12:38 Sun Jun 24
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Priceless

Another example of how joined up the Leavers are:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-politics-eu-referendum-36628894/newsnight-exchange-with-brexit-mep-daniel-hannan

Johnson 12:22 Sun Jun 24
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What’s interesting about a Tory on a pro-EU march?

You do know Brexit isn’t a Tory initiative and was cross-party on both sides, Coucho?

Besides she was all for trade and was absolutely not for giving up power to the Europeans.

The EU in its current form didn’t exist when she was PM so as usual lies from remainers.

El Coucho 12:22 Sun Jun 24
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Traitorous cunt is a phrase better used to describe Nigel Farage who helped con the country with his semi Russian mate Banks into voting for economic self-harm.

Jaan Kenbrovin 12:21 Sun Jun 24
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Good luck to them with a future in the EU, especially one without us.

El Coucho 12:15 Sun Jun 24
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/the previous quote was from the Guardian so for balance from the Times:

Senior industry sources said that other large companies were considering making their views clear in the coming days. Privately the firms are telling ministers that unless the government commits to negotiating a deal that would effectively keep Britain in the single market and customs union for goods, then the future of their operations in this country will be jeopardised.

El Coucho 12:13 Sun Jun 24
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Johnson

You are right. Trade will win the day. Hence we will end up with BrINO

Interesting to see today's march included an adviser to Mrs Thatcher:
Nicolas Maclean, a former adviser to Margaret Thatcher, marched with a group of about a dozen men and women brandishing “Tories against Brexit” placards. “She would be turning in her grave,” he said. “She said one of her greatest achievements in Europe was Britain taking the lead in setting up the single market and now some people in government want us to leave. It is an absolute disaster.”

Willtell 11:22 Sat Jun 23
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Oh good - Poland and Italy as well as other east European states to get sanctions is good news for EU solidarity....

Macron backs sanctions on EU states that refuse migrants

France's President Emmanuel Macron welcomed Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez to the Élysée Palace on June 23.
French President Emmanuel Macron came out Saturday in support of financial sanctions against EU countries which refuse to accept migrants.

"We can not have countries that benefit hugely from EU solidarity and claim national self-interest when it comes to the issue of migrants," he said at a press conference in Paris alongside Spain's new Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez.

"I am in favour of sanctions being imposed in the event of no cooperation," he said.
More on ...
http://www.france24.com/en/20180623-macron-france-migrants-sanctions-eu-spain-prime-minister-pedro-sanchez

Hammer and Pickle 11:05 Sat Jun 23
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Do you know how anything works Doc?

Hammer and Pickle 11:04 Sat Jun 23
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I see Doc.

Hammer and Pickle 11:00 Sat Jun 23
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Seeing through, Johnzzzzzon?

Helping like, yes?

DocMarten 10:58 Sat Jun 23
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A number of pro-EU MEPs were filmed, and were happy to be so, going into EU strategy meetings where they were ‘Happy to help where we can by sharing information’. This was part of a 3 part series on the EU recently on TV here in the U.K

In addition, Blair, Clegg and other pro-Remain politicians have been having meetings with Juncker, Vergofstadt and Barmier. And they ain’t discussing the fucking weather. Traitorous cunts.

Johnson 10:50 Sat Jun 23
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Again, by holding to ransom, you actually mean seeing through the democratic vote, Thickle.

We know you’re a Nazi, stop trying to hide it.

Hammer and Pickle 10:06 Sat Jun 23
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Do show us the actual mechanism by which Remainers are affecting the negotiating process Doc.

It's easy to see how the Brexiter backbenchers in the ERG are holding the government to ransom but do show us how it's working out for the Remainers. And what they are gaining as well.

Go on Doc, are they like the Democrat Lefties?

DocMarten 9:58 Sat Jun 23
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So Remainers knew all about the CU and SM, whilst Out voters did not - yeah righto.

I'd say more on the Remain side knew nothing of the CU or SM as a larger proportion of them are likely(IMO only) to have voted for the status quo without understanding it..("don't try to fix what seems ok to me"), than Leave.

A larger proportion of Leavers are likely to have read arguments for and against than Remainers. Those who want change are more likely to research options than those who are ambivalent and vote for what's in place.

Mike Oxsaw 9:54 Sat Jun 23
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I suspect the latest/last remainer hope is that, without a plan (as they have filibustered as much of the available planning time away), the UK will crawl back to the EU and beg to be readmitted.

There was never an option "A planned exit", as opposed to "Stay" it was just "Exit".

All planning, as such, was what to do when remain won the day, as required/needed/expected by the political and non-wealth-creating establishment.

If a UK political party wants then to campaign on a ticket that includes applying to (re-)join the EU, that's just fine & dandy, and the voters will vote their support accordingly.

DocMarten 9:49 Sat Jun 23
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No Pickle..

The people fucking up Brexit have always been, from day one, the Remainers.

The irony being, they could well deliver the hard Brexit they so clearly looked to avoid. The delaying tactics and time wasting has led the country to where it is now.

I love the hypocrisy that the EU is all over any Russian (real or supposed) influence during the recent European elections and those (next year?), yet when it came to having a say about Brexit, they (other than Merkel) couldn't keep their noses out. The whole propaganda machine was in full swing. And remains(pardon the pun) in place.

That said, i would liked to have seen a senior EU representative(not the leader of a country - an EU representative) come over and explain, how he saw it, the benefits of EU membership. I believe Angela Merkel was invited to do so, but declined.

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