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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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Side of Ham 12:10 Mon Nov 19
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.....yes leave me to it, you stay over there a'venturing hill billy boy.

What I voted for is a change, it's the riskiest thing to do ever....well....according to you snowflakes who live far, far away doin ya preaching to those over here.

If I was small-minded I wouldn't go for a massive change, would I? You are an absolute dick for not knowing your contradictions.

Yep, Mong with a Capitol.

Capitol Man 11:25 Sun Nov 18
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Side of Ham 10:49 Sun Nov 18
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Ah, you got me there. Two days, one. What a fucking legend you are.

Tell you what, you may learn something if you ever venture beyond the place you were born, after a decade or two you may well pick up a few of the local expressions.

As for the snowflake. I’m not the one who can’t cope with a changing world, that wants to cling to the past. You just want a local place for local people. But of competition at the low end was a bit much for you was it.

Embrace the changing world. It may make you less of a small-minded prick.

Side of Ham 10:49 Sun Nov 18
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Capitol Man 10:38 Sun Nov 18

That's taking the piss out of YOU TRYING to be American.

...and it was over a day if it was Friday wasn't it.

Are you THAT thick?

Stay there snowflake.

Capitol Man 10:38 Sun Nov 18
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What a fucking loser you are Ham.

You can’t even remember the shit you said a day ago can you.

Really is a battle of wits with an unarmed cunt with you isn’t it.

Side of Ham 10:49 Fri Nov 16
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'Way to go' Capitol Mong...... 'Way to go'

Side of Ham 10:29 Sun Nov 18
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Capitol Man 10:20 Sun Nov 18

'You and ham are a bit embarrassing trying to take the piss out of the fact I live in America.'

If you could read properly you would have taken on board what I actually wrote, I don't care where you reside, in fact America is a great place to live in the main, I just quite frankly think you are the sort of dumb cunt that needs to stay the fuck away from any struggle as you ain't go the fight for it as seen by your posts and your 'predicted' worries.

If the UK is to struggle it don't need the likes of you, so stay put snowflake.

Capitol Man 10:20 Sun Nov 18
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orwells tragedy 8:15 Sun Nov 18
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Than you are idiot Orwell. Work on your arguments a bit and come back when you’ve come up with a point that doesn’t fall apart the moment it leaves your mind.

You and ham are a bit embarrassing trying to take the piss out of the fact I live in America.

You pair of geniuses have really got me there.

orwells tragedy 8:15 Sun Nov 18
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Capitol Man 6:14 Sun Nov 18

Well clearly i do, so there. You're it (or Tagged as your statesiiiide maaan)

Mike Oxsaw 7:58 Sun Nov 18
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Is lower case Larry another one of these expats holding onto his UK passport in order to ponce a pension & free NHS when he can't get insurance cover abroad?

Who'da thunk?

Side of Ham 7:36 Sun Nov 18
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PRICKles.... 'politicians are worse than any sex offenders' incident. Not AG!

Capitol Mong, if you believe your own tripe you mince on here you won't be coming back....... THANK FUCK.

Hammer and Pickle 6:33 Sun Nov 18
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Ryanair incident. AG!

Capitol Man 6:16 Sun Nov 18
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Willtell 6:11 Sun Nov 18
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Who says i’ll be stateside forever.

I thought you were in hiding on your vast French estate after that Ryanair incident anyway.

Capitol Man 6:14 Sun Nov 18
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orwells tragedy 5:47 Sun Nov 18
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Well clearly you don’t as you’d not be making the point that the results of referenda and the will of the people of these nations is ignored when the only reason we are here talking about this is because a referendum was held and the U.K. is in the process of leaving.

But I suppose blaming that on me is easier than any sort of self-reflection on your part.

Willtell 6:11 Sun Nov 18
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Capitol Man 5:36
"As and when more democratic processes are put in place I have no problem with a closer union."

There has never been any sign for "greater democracy" from the EU. And as someone that lives in USA it seems unlikely you'd have any objection to closer unity!

Typically hypocritical from you....

Mike Oxsaw 5:51 Sun Nov 18
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orwells tragedy 5:47 Sun Nov 18

You noticed that too? Not that it was avoidable, really.

Hammer and Pickle 5:50 Sun Nov 18
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Sorry neilalex, not you.

You are always sensible.

Hammer and Pickle 5:49 Sun Nov 18
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Say something sensible and I'll be the first to acknowledge it, neilalex.

orwells tragedy 5:47 Sun Nov 18
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Everything i say is negative, crap a myth or hysteria, whereas as everything you WANT to be the case in the future in spite of what has happened in the past, is fact?

I think i get it now.

neilalex 5:47 Sun Nov 18
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Which is fine as long as we're clear that this 'closer union' is going to involve a federal level of taxation and a federal approach to foreign policy. If you're ok with that then I have no argument to make, its simply a different point of view to mine.

The 'more democratic processes' you refer to may be problematic. When you have something as unwieldy as a 27 member federation it can tend towards less democracy simply in the interests of actually getting decisions made.

Hammer and Pickle 5:45 Sun Nov 18
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No nation state has ever put fiscal and foreign policy decisions to direct plebiscites and that cannot be a sure measure of the democratic credentials of an integrating eurozone - not in the minds of the compos mentis anyway.

Capitol Man 5:36 Sun Nov 18
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neilalex 5:31 Sun Nov 18
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As long as more democratic processes are put in place I have no problem with a closer union.

neilalex 5:31 Sun Nov 18
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I don't think you've actually read my post properly Pickle. The part you refer to was a question to another poster in the context of a Federal Europe, not a statement of my point of view.

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