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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 5:29 Fri Dec 15
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Look you can argue about all sorts of things but the truth is that the UK does not want to be a part of a USofE that will have its own army, taxes and open borders.

If you are happy for that to happen because for example, you live in Poland and are shit scared that Russia will come visiting any time soon, then fine. But the people of UK voted to leave.

Forget the bus side that Remainers love to cite as the sole reason so many were for leaving the EU. How about the deception by remainers that the USofE was so far down the road that it wasn't worth discussing. Or the EU army, Turkey and direct taxation from Brussels?

They are coming and stop trying to kid us all that it won't for a very long time because it will happen very quickly. And I haven't even mentioned the financial Armageddon we were promised!

Leavers = Pro The UK
Remainers = Pro the end of the UK....

Hammer and Pickle 4:57 Fri Dec 15
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With what is going on in the Donbas these days (rival factions of Kremlin sponsored “patriots” taking pot-shots at each other with SPGs if not the odd field gun), any talk of Ukrainian EU membership is pure trollery.

Gavros 4:51 Fri Dec 15
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Ukraine is stuck in purgatory because of the annexation and because Russia is intent on sucking it dry and neither the europeans or the us will get involved.

both public and political appetite for the EU in turkey is low and falling. as anyone i ever met over there told me, the eu process is a means of turkey reforming itself, not a means of turkey joining the EU.

Moldova is a possibility one day, and it has the Romanians backing them up. Still quite a way to go for them though, they are some way from even starting talks and russia can always block it via Transnistria.

, 4:47 Fri Dec 15
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Harry, have you deliberately overlooked the EEC or did you forget?

harold 4:45 Fri Dec 15
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Orwell,
That's correct; and what's the name of the Investment bank who fudged Greece's books?

Hammer and Pickle 4:39 Fri Dec 15
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Yeah.

EXCACTLY

Mike Oxsaw 4:39 Fri Dec 15
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Dr Moose 4:26 Fri Dec 15

Just like Greece then...

orwells tragedy 4:34 Fri Dec 15
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Harold, the EU has developed exactly as Schuman and Monnet intended it to.

harold 4:30 Fri Dec 15
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Gavros,
You seem so sure about everything EU. Don't you remember the old days of the Common Market. Haven't we come a long way since then!!

Dr Moose 4:26 Fri Dec 15
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Its been mooted that it would take 30 years for Turkey to meet all the criteria for membership.

Gavros 4:23 Fri Dec 15
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isnt going to happen in your lifetime rios, so dont worry about it.

riosleftsock 4:20 Fri Dec 15
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Apart from Turkey, Ukraine etc

Gavros 4:20 Fri Dec 15
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i only look up sauce material twice daily....maybe thrice.

BRANDED 4:20 Fri Dec 15
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Certainly brown source.

Coffee 4:19 Fri Dec 15
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Do you mean sauce material?

Gavros 4:16 Fri Dec 15
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I dont read any one paper. I get my information from a variety of sources. when i need to read something in depth about complex policy i usually go to the source material.

Coffee 4:13 Fri Dec 15
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harold

Your optimism does you credit.

But it's utterly futile.

harold 4:11 Fri Dec 15
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Gavros,
Just out of interest, which paper do you read? While i'm on here, could you and some others please stop slagging each other off, and act a little more grown up.

BRANDED 4:08 Fri Dec 15
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There's a great facebook page called Are Cuntry. Deffo worth a look.

Gavros 4:05 Fri Dec 15
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further enlargement is totally off the cards beyond the little bits of the balkans not already in.

as for integration, the EU has been multi-depth for many years already, most of it didnt affect the uk at all, outside of the brains of daily mail readers.

harold 4:02 Fri Dec 15
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P,
That's maybe, but that was their aim.

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