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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 6:59 Tue Jan 16
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Ha ha ha ha! Traitorous? From the bloke that wants to hand the country over to Brussels. You are fucking weird Gavie...

And I hate frogs legs and I'm not an old soak btw. I find that remainers tend to scream abuse and insults because they are generally complete cunts and you're certainly going about it in typical fashion.

Never mind you're in good company. Hammer & Pickle and BRAINDEAD really admire you....

Gavros 6:49 Tue Jan 16
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Good. Not that it matters to you, you frog loving traitorous old soak.

Willtell 6:48 Tue Jan 16
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You've certainly sold me the idea of Brexit Gavros....

Must be your natural charm mate.

Gavros 6:36 Tue Jan 16
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yeah but the thing is at worst I am getting my way, because youve been sold a fucking great great hairy pup that looks and barks just like the EU but is called something like 'UKEUFTA'.

You fucking mugs!

Willtell 6:24 Tue Jan 16
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Mike Oxsaw 6:22
Hear hear...

Mike Oxsaw 6:22 Tue Jan 16
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Gavros 6:11 Tue Jan 16

It's not them though, gavvy, it's YOU, by virtue of staying in a society who's democratic processes you clearly support and approve (you'd have exercised your unfettered option to live & work in other parts of the world otherwise).

It's clear you don't like not getting your way, but the stampy-foot, spoilt-brat charade is getting a little ragged around the edges now, and it must tire even the staunchest of remainers.

Gavros 6:20 Tue Jan 16
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http://www.pewglobal.org/2017/06/15/post-brexit-europeans-more-favorable-toward-eu/

Gavros 6:18 Tue Jan 16
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You are a fucking idiot, arent you?

Mike Oxsaw 6:15 Tue Jan 16
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Can you imagine the carnage if any of the remaining 27 - particularly the early members of the original common market - realise they can get along just fine without the expensive administrative juggernaut that is the EU?

The exit door will be knocked off it's hinges.

Gavros 6:14 Tue Jan 16
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And of course the best bit about this is that it keeps the UK aligned to everything in the EU. Then when most of you old cunts are dead in 10 years time we can vote ourselves back in and celebrate by shagging a french bird on your graves.

Gavros 6:11 Tue Jan 16
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The shape of the FTA emerging at the moment looks very much like the EEA. I'd imagine to give it a fig leaf of actual Brexit there may be an ECJ-UKCJ court set up, and they'll do things like what they can already do under the EU directive that already allows the UK to eject EU nationals without a job or the means to support themselves after 3 months anyway, and perhaps they'll bring in a national ID card system to show racists that theyre different with their Union flag card than those Europeans with their EU flag card. Its all spin essentially, Brexit In Name Only.

Swiss. 6:04 Tue Jan 16
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Simply The EU doesn't want to other EU members to leave regardless if Audi, Renault or such like complain that their sales are suffering?

Why shouldn't they prepare for a no deal exit.

We have left the party and OK they're not being good hosts so we need to book our own taxi home.

Willtell 6:04 Tue Jan 16
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Iron2010 3:55
I pretty much agree with that post too Iron2010. Not bad for a 7 year old!

Unfortunately, Mrs May is a clerk in the MD's job. What Britain needs at this time is strong Churchillian leadership.

She clearly isn't up to the job. Everything she touches crumbles to dust. She is fucking useless and unfortunately, Jeremy Corbyn is just as incapable.

Mike Oxsaw 4:53 Tue Jan 16
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A worm in the process of turning without turning, then.

Hammer and Pickle 4:50 Tue Jan 16
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The position is not that no country can be seen to thrive outside the EU - that would be ridiculous.

And neither is it that a Brexiting UK cannot be seen to do so because nobody sane wants a basket case UK, not even the most idealistic of EU federalists.

The issue is making sure the structure of rules by which all members participate in the EU is maintained and respected, especially as regards participation in the Single Market, and that is what we are seeing implemented now as Spain and Holland show the UK government the magic footprints back to normality.

JOHNNY V 4:36 Tue Jan 16
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Dr Moose I agree with that, my question was if the EU's approach is to ensure that no country can be seen to thrive outside the union, why would they offer us an olive branch. If they think that the UK has no clear plan, surely they will just let this play out and they will get get there wish. Or they realise the UK is not playing ball and panick has set in, as you say pressure has been applied by other EU member countries and maybe now they realise with the clock ticking that trying to punish the UK is off the table.

Mike Oxsaw 4:29 Tue Jan 16
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The winners will be those people who voted to leave and whatever it was they wished for (read - the country).

You need to ask a remainer what that was, though, as only they know what the leavers really wanted, apparently

Dr Moose 4:13 Tue Jan 16
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Johnny,

More EU countries are being reported as saying to the EU both sides need to agree a trade deal that is pretty much status quo as to what we have now. The politicians can argue with each other what that will be exactly but I do not think the EU will cut off its nose to spite its face when its members could suffer from a loss of trade and tourism; and yes I know its the same for the UK.

There is not going to be a winner from this so they just need to get on an negotiate.

Hammer and Pickle 4:00 Tue Jan 16
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Bullied is perhaps not the word I’d use but I see it pretty much that way too, Iron.

JOHNNY V 3:59 Tue Jan 16
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So why would they offer an olive branch then ?

Iron2010 3:55 Tue Jan 16
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Mike Oxsaw 3:31 Tue Jan 16

I think you may have misread a genuine olive branch.

Brexit could have worked under a strong united leadership with a clear plan. The EU's approach to negotiations was obvious as a country cannot be seen to exit the union and thrive. With this in mind we had to either offer them something positive (I have no idea what that could have been) or threaten them with a tax haven on their door step. Unfortunately, we haven't done either and as a result have been bullied by the Europeans united front.

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