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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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boltkunt 9:42 Tue Dec 11
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twoleftfeet 12:34 Tue Dec 11

You'd think so, unfortunately each party just wish to point score and have the one upmanship , nobody wants to take responsibility.

I heard that Farage is looking to start a break away party, rounding up all the pro brexit supporters from both parties.

Crassus 9:32 Tue Dec 11
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67 - That's becuase she has no answer mate. Never has had an answer, worse an idea

Her entire MO, is to cock a deaf'un and await those around to fall

Only this time the pan European vote swing against the EU was not quite enough and they have rumbled her

She is the worse PM in my lifetime, an absolute disaster of an individual devoid of meaningful thought and even if wired to the national grid, would lack a spark of empassioned conviction

Westham67 3:03 Tue Dec 11
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I just watched May at deferred debate yesterday.

She has an irritated air about her when she has to answer any question as if it is beneath her to have to answer

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:08 Tue Dec 11
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zebthecat 12:03 Tue Dec 11

Nothing that lying cunt says surprises me.

Mike the Hammer 12:52 Tue Dec 11
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twoleftfeet 12:34 Tue Dec 11
Ha ha ha! For the sake of the country? Since when did any group of politicians from different parties ever do that?

Gavros 12:39 Tue Dec 11
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:03 Tue Dec 11
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Since there is no chance of the UK agreeing the backstop, there will be never-ending extensions to the 'transition agreement




Brexiter worst nightmare. Effective EEA membership.

twoleftfeet 12:34 Tue Dec 11
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Surely a simple way to have sorted this from day one would have been for all the major parties to join forces and work it out for the sake of the Country?

Darby_ 12:28 Tue Dec 11
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Freedom of movement doesn’t matter. As I’ve said before, if people can’t work and can’t get benefits, it’s unlikely they’ll move to the UK.

Potential terrorists can be checked when they buy a ticket from NI to the rest of the UK.

This really has been a massive clusterfuck. Both May and the Tory rebels are to blame. The rebels should just accept that they won’t get what they want, pass Brexit and come back to demand further concessions from Brussels in the years ahead.

Instead they’re either going to sabotage Brexit completely or hand it over to Corbyn to deliver.

The Kronic 12:13 Tue Dec 11
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Dennis Skinner using a Maggie insult on May was genius.

As for this.....

"What the government has done today is shameful. The government has run away and hidden in the toilets. People watching this on television will be bemused and very, very angry at how their own Parliament has let them down!"

Tory MP Mark Francois

Crazy times.

zebthecat 12:03 Tue Dec 11
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Michael Gove Surf.
It surprised me.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:03 Tue Dec 11
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Since there is no chance of the UK agreeing the backstop, there will be never-ending extensions to the 'transition agreement'

Gavros 12:00 Tue Dec 11
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*lite*

Gavros 12:00 Tue Dec 11
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It's true. It's massively pissed off the French, who thinks it's a EU life deal for no money down.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:56 Mon Dec 10
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zeb

Where are you getting that from?

zebthecat 11:55 Mon Dec 10
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Also if we fall into the backstop we don't pay

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:54 Mon Dec 10
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We can't diverge without effectively breaking up the UK.

Gavros 11:45 Mon Dec 10
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CU, Surf, not SM. NI retains goods SM, we can diverge but that puts border in the sea.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:44 Mon Dec 10
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It isn't only a withdrawal deal. As it stands the deal explicitly states we cannot leave the CU and SM until a trade deal is agreed and only then with the permission of the EU. Until then, we keep paying.Furthermore the trade deal must satisfy the bogus concerns over the Irish border.

The EU have given no evidence that they wish to treat us as anything other than the enemy and there is no evidence to suggest they will ever give us a sensible deal . The ink wasn't dry on this deal before Macron was demanding access to our fish as part of any trade deal that might be negotiated. Why would they give us a deal when they effectively keep us and our fish in the EU without a say.

Nobody in Parliament except for about a hundred Maybots and fanatical Labour Remainers is going to vote for it.

Incidentally, it's well past time for us to start negotiating with the EU as with 'the opposition' rather than as with 'our colleagues and friends'

zebthecat 11:08 Mon Dec 10
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:59 Mon Dec 10

For a couple of years yes as it only a withdrawal deal.
Heaven only knows where it goes after that as it is all still up for grabs. Theresa May certainly doesn't or, if she does, is keeping it secret.

Hammer and Pickle 11:03 Mon Dec 10
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I suppose you're right Nursie.

Duda believes Poland's 19th Century coal mines are the 21st Century answer to climate change.

Dwight Van Mann 11:00 Mon Dec 10
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Hammer and Pickle 10:24 Mon Dec 10


so when Poland's President Duda attacks the EU he's attacking Poland.
Brilliant.

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