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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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Gavros 12:32 Thu Aug 16
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having a superior tone is quite easy given the general quality of input on this thread.

by the way...freedom of movement. Looks like the 'deal' will look exactly like we can already do under current rules. Of course Freedom of movement will end, and it'll be called something else to trick the idiots.

Kaiser Zoso 12:29 Thu Aug 16
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Contractors defy odds with brightest outlook since 2015

Contractors have picked themselves up from a record low in confidence and dusted themselves off to, somehow, display their brightest outlook since before the Brexit vote.

Struggling to explain the sheer strength of the bounce back, contractor body IPSE said the faith one-person consultancies have in themselves has leapt from --14.3 last year to 5.3 today.

boltkunt 12:09 Tue Aug 14
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Look who it is

stewie griffin 9:26 Tue Aug 14
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*Looks in*

Cuntrozzzz still talking bollocks and being wrong about absolutely everything, yet still bizarrely retaining a superior tone?

Yep. All is well with the world.

The Kronic 9:02 Tue Aug 14
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That snide fraud Boris was gagging for Turkey to join the EU. People forget just how pro EU he was, until he saw a political opportunity to switch sides.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:55 Tue Aug 14
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, 11:09 Mon Aug 13


'At that time Turkey joining the EU was a distant prospect which has since gone out of sight. The sentient on here knew this but nonetheless carried on as if Turkey joining the EU was a short term reality even though democratic and judicial compliance was nowhere near what the EU requires as a minimum.'

Thank you for elucidating to the point of condescension.

And thank you for reiterating Remain's position on the matter, which was:

Vote Remain because the EU's stated policy on Turkey (then and now) is a lie and they are quite mad.

Johnson 1:08 Tue Aug 14
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Comma will know, he’s the self appointed minister for facts (that suit him).

orwells tragedy 12:49 Tue Aug 14
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Is WW3 out of sight yet, I want to book a holiday?

Johnson 11:12 Mon Aug 13
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Nevermind eh, comma?

That’s all in the past.

, 11:09 Mon Aug 13
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Not interested in what Stavros has to say and he also got things wrong. And it is a fact that Cameron is on record about Turkey joining the EU. By the time of the referendum campaign though it is not Cameron [ or for that matter another Champion of Turkey joining namely Boris ] who is talking Turkey, so to speak, instead as has been shown it is the likes of Farage, UKIP [ in a leave video ] and Gove. Furthermore as a bare minimum one can say that they are grossly over egging the pudding in order to frighten our home based redknecks withe the prospect of tens of millions of Turks coming here for a free ride.

At that time Turkey joining the EU was a distant prospect which has since gone out of sight. The sentient on here knew this but nonetheless carried on as if Turkey joining the EU was a short term reality even though democratic and judicial compliance was nowhere near what the EU requires as a minimum.

Kaiser Zoso 10:06 Mon Aug 13
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He’s peculiar

A poster that hints at vague points that are palpable crap, then swerves it when it’s challenged

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:47 Mon Aug 13
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comma's argument goes like this:

Vote Remain - the EU's stated policy (then and still now) is a lie because they are totally mad.

Side of Ham 9:38 Mon Aug 13
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comma needs to full stop.

mashed in maryland 9:36 Mon Aug 13
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Comma

Going by those videos, UKIP and Farage were basing their predictions on what the PM and ardent Remainer Cameron was campaigning for.

So if what Cameron wanted has failed to materialise, then Cameron is the one who was being dishonest, not those who took his words at face value.

Either way, there is no proof that Westmonster predicted Turkey would join the EU in 2016, which is what Gavros said.

Side of Ham 9:29 Mon Aug 13
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If you had a brain you wouldn't still try and argue and prove yourself right about something that is now well in the past and where both sides have been proven to have lied or embellished the truth during a voting campaign.

Why? Because they were PREDICTING the future.

Like everything in this country it's a bit of a facade that all is ok, we are a divided nation full of loud extremist cunts and their points of view and a quiet majority who just let you all know where they stand at voting time.

Mike Oxsaw 9:28 Mon Aug 13
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In a fantasy world, remain would have carried the day. But it missed the bus, so it didn't.

, 9:27 Mon Aug 13
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Put that up as an example of Brexiter scare mongering not to prove Stavros's statement.

Try this;

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/may/20/eu-immigrant-influx-michael-gove-nhs-unsustainable

Hammer and Pickle 9:27 Mon Aug 13
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You live in a silly fantasy world, mimmler.

Nobody sensible gives a toss.

mashed in maryland 8:51 Mon Aug 13
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First video gives the year as 2020, not 2016. Second one doesn't give a date. Both state - truthfully - that David Cameron strongly backed Turkey to join the EU. He was at the time our PM.

Neither links are from Westmonster.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:05 Mon Aug 13
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comma

So, 'good old Nigel' wasn't lying and Gavros was.

Thanks for clearing that up.

, 6:46 Mon Aug 13
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Ukip 2016,

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

Good old Nigel with a hint of a scare 2016,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BINI3ef-j5M

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