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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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Johnson 9:42 Tue Oct 16
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
I hate to break it to you Thickle but anything said to you on here beard no relation to the Brexit debate, nor does anyone on here think it’ll make any difference.

Your delusions might have convinced you that you speak for the righteous but the reality is you’re an impotent little Nazi child stamping his feet that your cushy poncing life is under threat.

Have a nice day.

Hammer and Pickle 9:40 Tue Oct 16
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Estimates of the number of long-term EU-resident Brits vary widely from the ONS latest 784,900 (April 2018) to 1.8 million as estimated in 2008.

How does no-deal Brexit secure our interests as UK citizens?

https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/british-citizens-europe-residents-eu-brexit-a8332986.html

Hammer and Pickle 9:36 Tue Oct 16
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Nope - more abuse is not going to make this any better for you. In fact, you can carry on digging.

Johnson 9:31 Tue Oct 16
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If Thickle wasn’t an alcoholic he might have a better chance of understanding how deranged he actually is.

Hammer and Pickle 9:11 Tue Oct 16
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After8 10:40 Mon Oct 15

"Time out for his own sanity and mental health"

I have been given to understand that no deal Brexit is your preferred course. How does that secure me as a UK citizen given that I had no right to vote in the referendum? That is me and thousands of others who became residents on the continent on the assumption the UK was, in fact, a member of the political and economic union they were residing in, and therefore their interests were secured by the member at which they reside?

Have you even bother to consider this aspect?

Vexed 12:01 Tue Oct 16
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No you're responding to mine, and you will this one too. Mug.

Mike Oxsaw 11:51 Mon Oct 15
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Vexed 11:37 Mon Oct 15

Yet YOU keep responding to my posts...

Gavros 11:46 Mon Oct 15
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Labour will support EEA+ once transition begins

zebthecat 11:43 Mon Oct 15
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Keir Starmer has always been clear what he is after Surf which is exactly as you have described. The rest of Labour's front bench are evasive and non-committal. I heard one back bencher (Stringer?) espousing the Patrick Minford unilateral tariff drop and flexible workforce bollocks.
All very confusing (possibly deliberately)

Vexed 11:37 Mon Oct 15
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Mike Oxsaw 11:19 Mon Oct 15

I could only het to the second sentence before I started feeling drowsy. Christ you're dull.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:33 Mon Oct 15
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mashed in maryland 11:26 Mon Oct 15

'Labour have made their position on Brexit pretty clear,'

Blimey, mate, it's as clear as mud to me.

Their current policy is that they support leaving but any deal must retain every single aspect of the SM and CU. To make matters even clearer, they don't support a second referendum but they might do if they feel like it.

mashed in maryland 11:26 Mon Oct 15
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Labour have made their position on Brexit pretty clear, but that's not to say they won't do the complete opposite when/if they get elected.

zebthecat 11:23 Mon Oct 15
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"Labour mps will not vote for freedom of movement."

You don't know that for sure 8. They could go for adding all the brakes that Gordon Brown explained a while back. The ones we have never used but are available.
Labour are sitting back waiting for the implosion that will come at some point. There are any number of ways this could happens as you know. Not sure how real the DUP's threat of voting down the budget is but that could be fun. Is that a confidence issue any more?

Mike Oxsaw 11:19 Mon Oct 15
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Vexed 9:53 Mon Oct 15

I never said that they were an instrument for hooking you, those are YOUR words, but you do follow certain posters around like a lost puppy seeking attention.

I don't really give a fuck why you make such an effort, but it seems to amuse those further up the food chain.

Keep it up. That's an order.

Gavros 11:19 Mon Oct 15
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he'll be annoying Brenda a lot more now he cant post on here.

Side of Ham 11:17 Mon Oct 15
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No way could that be kept in the closet by him if he is homosexual surely?

bruuuno 10:41 Mon Oct 15
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Willtells a mug and probably a closet homosexual

After8 10:40 Mon Oct 15
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I would point out that if willtell gets banned then the mad drunk from poland also needs a time out for his own sanity and mental health.

After8 10:38 Mon Oct 15
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I don't know how many more times gavros but I'll do it once more. EEA won't happen. Labour mps will not vote for freedom of movement.

Johnson 10:36 Mon Oct 15
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*nods*

Gavros 10:29 Mon Oct 15
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has willtell been banned?

Cunt deserves it.

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