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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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Hammer and Pickle 4:38 Wed Jan 17
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Depends.

In your case it’s jerking your chain.

Johnson 4:32 Wed Jan 17
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What do Farage, Trump and more specifically YOU have to do with domestic UK politics, Thickle?

Hammer and Pickle 4:30 Wed Jan 17
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There will probably be two broadly right centrist parties - one more conservative catering to the less well-educated and elderly in the smaller towns and rural areas and the other more progressive catering to the better educated, cosmopolitan city folk.

There will be a new broad “social contract” on the minimum of state activity and standard of public services. Debate will hinge on how much to go beyond that minimum.

There will always be the likes of Trump and Farage to offer political entertainment.

Willtell 3:58 Wed Jan 17
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Maybe Gavie but I was saying what I would do to take them from a one issue party to another level. Nothing about what might happen..

Gavros 3:49 Wed Jan 17
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without Farage and Brexit it's shown up as a bunch of at best racists. I think the Tories as we know it will inhabit that space, the rump of Corbyn lot a new socialist party and one or possibly two centrist parties made up of both Tories and Labour.

Willtell 3:35 Wed Jan 17
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If I was running UKIP I'd rename it UKDP changing. Then when Farage returns to politics he can do a Macron and sweep out the tired,old political parties with a new mainstream party called United Kingdom Democratic Party....

Hammer and Pickle 1:05 Wed Jan 17
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Sun reading Tory+UKIP+”traditional Labour” (read former trade unionist, Militant blue collar) = The Alf Garnett Front.

It’s gonna be a GRAVE threat to any other emerging party.

BRANDED 12:39 Wed Jan 17
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Why would turkeys vote for Christmas?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:33 Wed Jan 17
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Hammer and Pickle 11:16 Wed Jan 17

That's probably true.

We are going to end up with a realignment that gives us a party of the right comprising most Tory voters, most UKIP voters and 'traditional Labour voters' and a party of the left comprising students, immigrants , public sector workers and various snowflakes/pseudo-intellectuals.

Of course schisms, splits and in-fighting will be rife, especially on the left. What fun it will be!!!!

Willtell 11:16 Wed Jan 17
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Not a nice way to talk to Gavros BRAINDEAD...

Hammer and Pickle 11:16 Wed Jan 17
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We're at a stage where all the main parties that came up through the 20th century are pretty much past their sell-by date.

BRANDED 11:15 Wed Jan 17
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Ag you fucking spastic

Gavros 11:14 Wed Jan 17
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🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔

Willtell 11:11 Wed Jan 17
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Not many would disagree with you BRAINDEAD...

BRANDED 11:10 Wed Jan 17
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Will I am a fucking retard.

Willtell 11:05 Wed Jan 17
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Thanks for proving my point Gavie...

Gavros 11:02 Wed Jan 17
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he likes playing with his figures does Boris. first £350 mil, which is the gross (pre rebate and pre EU expenditure in the UK which has been trashed. Then he comes up with a £450 mil gross figure, manly thanks to the fall in sterling thanks to the leave vote. Then he goes back to the original and quotes the net.

what a cunt the man is. the Tory party - and Labour one hopes - are done after all this.

Willtell 10:56 Wed Jan 17
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No Gavie doesn't need to be on the HP to be stupid. That's your MO....

Hammer and Pickle 10:39 Wed Jan 17
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Carry on GavverSON - they'll be claiming you've been on the sauce next.

Dr Moose 10:29 Wed Jan 17
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Reply Gavros 7:50 Tue Jan 16

Don't you think its ironic that the last line of your post is about copying and pasting, I don't think you've had an original thought in your head on this subject for weeks now, you've just been trawling the net for every anti Brexit story you can find and C&P'ing on here.

Willtell 10:05 Wed Jan 17
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More BINO and leaver lies...
Exclusive: Boris Johnson warns Theresa May she must commit to giving NHS extra £100m a week to defeat Jeremy Corbyn

Boris Johnson has warned Theresa May that the Government must make a public commitment to giving the NHS an extra £100million a week after Brexit if the Tories are to beat Jeremy Corbyn at the next election.

The Foreign Secretary believes that the Government must adopt the flagship Vote Leave pledge and spend £5.2billion a year that would have been paid into Brussels on the health service instead.

His intervention comes as hospitals struggle to cope with the winter flu crisis amid an ongoing row between the Government and NHS England over funding.

Mr Corbyn, the Labour leader, has put the issue at the forefront of his campaigning. Mr Johnson is likely to have the support of Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary and leading Leave campaigner, alongside senior eurosceptic Tory MPs as he makes his case for the commitment.

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