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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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Far Cough 9:59 Mon Dec 17
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Changes in the electorate happen all the fucking time, should we keep having GEs based on that ridiculous concept?

Mike Oxsaw 9:59 Mon Dec 17
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Nah, it's educational for everyone to watch how desperately remainers try and spin Project Fear into everything in the hope of getting their way and fuck everybody else; a perfect example of the electorate getting better information.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:54 Mon Dec 17
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comma still hasn't told us how often he wants to have a referendum on the EU in order that changes in the electorate can be reflected.

Until he does that, I suggest we all ignore the prick.

Mike Oxsaw 9:49 Mon Dec 17
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, 9:47 Mon Dec 17

If that was aimed at me, when the FUCK did Belvedere, Kent leave the UK?

Far Cough 9:48 Mon Dec 17
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Fuck off with your another referendum, May a remainer, has ruled it out on many occasions, the vote was OUT loud and clear

, 9:47 Mon Dec 17
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As expected another brexiter, from abroad, scared of a vote which reflects what the changed electorate think.

Mike Oxsaw 9:43 Mon Dec 17
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, 9:32 Mon Dec 17

WE get it that yuo and your fellow remainers are going to keep acting like spoilt brats who can't get their own way every time, but at least drop the spin.

BOTH sides are equally more informed (about their own selection last time, and those of the opposite camp) and there's nothing to say that many who voted remain are now totally embarrassed to be associated with a bunch of selfish, gobby adolescents AND an unelected overseas organisation that simply sees them as a cash cow.

Both things being equal, another referendum would simply be a waste of public (i.e. TAXPAYERS) money.

, 9:32 Mon Dec 17
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SoH. but that last vote was nearly three years ago. The electorate has changed and in addition people are much better informed about the issues. If the vote had not been so close then we could reasonably say the original vote, though stale by March 2019, still reflects the will of the electorate. Now it's a much closer call and we cannot as a country risk making such a drastic move without the democratic consent of the March 2019 electorate.

J.Riddle 9:24 Mon Dec 17
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or as Hugh Monteith would say...

LOLITA

J.Riddle 9:23 Mon Dec 17
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LOLZZZZZ

Hopefully Masuaku won't REMAIN at LB!!!

Side of Ham 9:22 Mon Dec 17
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, 6:31 Mon Dec 17

A real exercise in democracy has already been done comma you thick wannabe rebel prick.

Another vote is against the ALREADY DONE democratic vote.

You come across as a fucking goldfish wanting to go round and round your bowl until you get fed you fucking mincer, grow the fuck up and accept what's been voted for ALREADY.

J.Riddle 9:22 Mon Dec 17
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Cresswell does exactly the same, although marginally better. Having said that his last game v the Geordies before he got injured was the best I have seen him play at LB.

Willtell 9:19 Mon Dec 17
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Yes but what does Masuako think of Brexit?

Mike Oxsaw 9:16 Mon Dec 17
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J.Riddle 9:12 Mon Dec 17

Jeremy Corbyn said THAT!!??

What a CUNT!

J.Riddle 9:12 Mon Dec 17
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Masuaku is a skilful player, can beat a man get to the byline and put dangerous crosses in as a winger.

At LB he could get tackles, interceptions and blocks in much more if he was in the right location on the pitch, plays more in the position of a CB than a LB (has anyone told him we have gone to 4 at the back or is it just his awareness?), leaving hectors of space inviting a pass to their right winger to skip down the wing to the byline and cross unchallenged.

The Kronic 9:08 Mon Dec 17
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Hark at Gavros, taking a sneaky break from sniffing Blair's kecks just so he can post more lies.

Gavros 9:03 Mon Dec 17
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Also a total knob head.

The Kronic 8:52 Mon Dec 17
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I'm a hideously rude person.

Hammer and Pickle 8:52 Mon Dec 17
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Looks like its just a personal VoNC and may not even go to a vote.

So its more empty posturing and PR from the LO who is even more hapless than the PM.

Nurse Ratched 8:51 Mon Dec 17
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Well that's just rude :-(

The Kronic 8:49 Mon Dec 17
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There's numerous reason why SUPER JEZ has delayed, if you don't know any then you've no place posting on here.
YOU CUNTS

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