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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 4:06 Tue Oct 16
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Meanwhile everyone reads your posts as a non resident, non voting, load of UK ignorant drivel......which it is PRICKle.

Hammer and Pickle 4:04 Tue Oct 16
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You are questioning my right to us the word “we” in relation to UK citizenship because I am not a resident and don’t pay tax there. Fair enough, but I will continue to use it until you can prove your case in a court of law.

Meanwhile, denying my rights to be represented in the electoral process on a legal falsehood creates a very big “we” indeed and the issue is going to affect the whole legality of Brexit especially in the event of no deal.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 4:03 Tue Oct 16
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Hammer and Pickle 3:49 Tue Oct 16

' populism'

A term used by the self-styled metropolitan liberal elite (and Nazis like Pickled) as code to describe the majority of voters/people who oppose them. Specifically in the UK it means 'thick, old northern racists'. In the USA it means 'thick, old, redneck racists'.

Gavros 4:00 Tue Oct 16
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temporary or not, EEA/ EFTA means that you remain in THE SINGLE MARKET

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 3:59 Tue Oct 16
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Gavros 3:40 Tue Oct 16

Like your mongy lying friends at Open Britain you are once again distorting his meaning by omitting both, 'in the short term' and the fact that he is referring to what might have happened two years ago,

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 3:55 Tue Oct 16
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Hammer and Pickle 3:10 Tue Oct 16

'I’m a British citizen just like you Zero.'

Well, on a factual basis that is untrue. I am a UK resident and tax-payer, you are neither. Consequently I am correct in my assertion that when you support the EU and are an EU citizen, you have no right to use the word 'we' when referring to the UK.

'Telling me to fuck off has its consequences.'

Oh no! Have you reported me to the EU Police Anti Fuck Off Squad?

Britannia Pub 3:54 Tue Oct 16
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Comma,

I think you’d need a General Election to get another vote.

Another vote on the subject has been categorically been ruled out by May and I doubt any new Tory leader would offer one due to the contents of the manifesto the last GE was fought on. Labour also fought the last GE on the basis of respecting the referendum result.

I suspect that IF the current government wanted to offer any sort of vote it would be a choice between whatever deal is finally negotiated or leave on WTO terms. They’d never get this sort of question approved by the current parliament as they don’t have the numbers to push it through.

Hammer and Pickle 3:49 Tue Oct 16
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Freedom of movement is just another excuse for the ERG nutjobs to indulge themselves in more populism and consolidate their mong vote because everyone compos mentis knows the issue of labour market regulation and interpretation of the freedom of movement in relation to national security and national social policy is regulated at the national, not union, level.

, 3:47 Tue Oct 16
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Dyson moved production because costs were 30% cheaper in the Far East. He still employs a lot of people here on R&D work.

The brainwork in the UK and the grunt work abroad.

Side of Ham 3:44 Tue Oct 16
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Hammer and Pickle 3:36 Tue Oct 16

It's not like the Labour party isn't despised as well you cock, and add in the Lib Dems for all their back tracking to get a bit of minute power.

Your ignorance of how ALL party politics comes across to the general UK public is embarrassing.

zebthecat 3:42 Tue Oct 16
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James Dyson did mention the dread euphemism "flexible workforce" in one interview I saw. I suspect he'd welcome the demise of the EU working time directive and looser employment laws.

Gavros 3:40 Tue Oct 16
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Dan Hannan today tweeting that he supported and still supports EEA/ EFTA. Perhaps zero should tell him that's not what he supports after all?

, 3:40 Tue Oct 16
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Well from my point of view the fact you say that you “suspect” indicates that you are far from certain what the true body of opinion will be by next March. And that being the case why not have a vote? Negotiations will be done and dusted by then and the electorate will have no excuses about being insufficiently informed etc. This business about repeat votes until remainers get the result they want will get kicked into touch too by having a people’s vote.

As for the emotive language by Boris ( an known liar and notorious spendfrith of other people’s money ) and Farage alleging that the EU are pushing us around it is really because the UK negotiators are trying to get terms only available if we accept freedom of movement etc. Like someone has already posted a complete withdrawal and reversion to WTO rules would have saved time and once out enabled the immediate possibility of new trade negotiations with the EU. As a remainer it might not be what I wished for but at least we would have all known where we stood.

Hammer and Pickle 3:36 Tue Oct 16
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Nobody in the EU has treated anyone with the contempt this Tory party has been treating UK citizens. I believe this is going to be a significant factor in that party’s immanent demise.

New Jersey 3:25 Tue Oct 16
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comma - I suspect it will still reflect the view of the electorate and the majority is likely to be increased. If there is one thing the British people don't like is being pushed about and treated with contempt like the EU have done. Boris, Farage etc would use this to great effect.

Anyway according to the remainers rule book, all elections will be on the basis of the best of three so if you don't like the result, you can have another go and if after a draw you have a final vote. If it didn't go their way, they would want best of five!

Side of Ham 3:17 Tue Oct 16
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the last eastender 3:08 Tue Oct 16

Why would he do that? Most his manufacturing is already in the Far East?

New Jersey 3:16 Tue Oct 16
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last eastender - I don't think that's his motive as he has already moved those jobs to Malaysia, his high value work such as R&D, design etc is in the UK, paying staff very high wages!

, 3:12 Tue Oct 16
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“Do the rights of shouts majority take precedence”?

Good question and maybe Arlene Foster will know the answer. She already has HM government tied up and not only is her party a minority at Westminster it does not hold the majority view over the EU in Ulster.

Also it could well be asked, next March, does a majority from nearly three years ago still represent the view of the electorate? The more so seeing as there has been electoral churn. Delayed democracy cannot with any certainty, where there has been a close result, be said to be truly representative without another vote.

Hammer and Pickle 3:10 Tue Oct 16
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I’m a British citizen just like you Zero.

Telling me to fuck off has its consequences.

the last eastender 3:08 Tue Oct 16
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New Jersey
Don't listen to Dyson.
He wants us out so he can open some sweat shop low wage factories here.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:07 Tue Oct 16
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Hammer and Pickle 1:39 Tue Oct 16

'we'?

Fuck off. You are an EU national defending the position of the EU. How dare you refer to the UK as 'we'? And, if you want to get technical, it is the EU who has rejected the UK's proposal.

It might be a good idea for the UK negotiators to reject the use of the terms Single Market and Customs Union. It allows the EU to maintain an entrenched position (like H&P). We want a deal - we don't give a fuck how the constituent parts of that deal are named.

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