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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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Gavros 12:53 Fri Jan 19
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*quickly scans thread*

Oh i see fuck all has been raised as a serious issue.

Well done.

Gavros 12:51 Fri Jan 19
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Sorry, late in today chaps.

OK, so what are the issues I have to school you all on today?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:43 Fri Jan 19
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Today I have learned that Trump is being investigated for treason. Blimey!

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:41 Fri Jan 19
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'your support' even

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:36 Fri Jan 19
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Swiss. 11:45 Fri Jan 19

'The fact is it won't. I was never massively against Brexit '

Liar. You're support for Remain can best be described as 'rabid'.

Are you doing that thing like when obvious Labour voters say, 'I'm not a Labour supporter, but...' and then proceed to constantly slag off the Tories and Lib Dems without ever uttering a word of criticism about Labour?

Hammer and Pickle 12:36 Fri Jan 19
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By “own trade arrangements” read terms of trade favouring Tory bum-chums. Nice.

Mike Oxsaw 12:13 Fri Jan 19
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"The fact is it won't."

Is this a fact I see before me?

Swiss & his amazing Crystal Ball. Palms read by appointment.

harold 11:55 Fri Jan 19
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We're not allowed our own trade agreements while still in the EU.

Swiss. 11:45 Fri Jan 19
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Mike

What a banal comment. We've been over this too many times and I don't really want to argue with simpletons. Of course as my family live in the UK and myself from time to time want the UK to prosper. So if Brexit is a huge success and the UK has the best standard of living in the EU then I will be quite happy to come on here and eat humble pie.

The fact is it won't. I was never massively against Brexit but the campaign was so dirty. The fact is I was never convinced there was a real plan just sound bites of "we'll get our country back etc" I also knew that the EU would make an example of us regardless of the economic implications.

I never thought Brexit would even be successful in curbing immigration. We were never going to get access to the EU free trade market without freedom of movement within the EU. Although Boris lied and said we would. I lean we're not Schengen so already control our borders.

So were are we now? The negotiations are a shambles. We have already had to borrow billions to fund the 'divorce/exit" The BOE are saying a hard Brexit will be a catastophy. Where are the new trade agreements? The EU has been busy making them with Japan and others

But Mike you seem to know what's best...based on what I have no idea.

Mike Oxsaw 11:29 Fri Jan 19
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Swiss. 11:09 Fri Jan 19

Do you NOT want the country to do well, then?

No preconditions, no personal agendas - from where we are now; poised to leave the EU and embark on a new path.

Or is change and uncertainty such an anathema to you?

Willtell 11:23 Fri Jan 19
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That post is the real essence of remain v leaver arguments. When I was 30 I was a Group Sales Manager, earned big bucks and drove a company BMW 325 for a large publishing company.

All my family told me I was crazy when I said I was starting my own one man business. They could all see what I was leaving behind but couldn't see how I could possibly do better.

I, on the other hand had big ambitions. Twenty years later I had built my company up to employ 25 staff and made far more than continuing as an employee. But I had to take a risk to do it. Same as Brexit is a risk....

Sheep follow the herd for safety in numbers. Pioneers are happy to take a measured risk...

Of course it is always easier to see potential failure than forecast success.

Swiss. 11:23 Fri Jan 19
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Coffee

Yes, if spelling is so important to you

Coffee 11:12 Fri Jan 19
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"mean't"

Also for the joke thread?

Swiss. 11:09 Fri Jan 19
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Mike Oxsaw

"Britain is leaving the EU, and what's more, it will thrive."

I think you mean't to post that on the joke thread.

Willtell 10:53 Fri Jan 19
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The world of politics is in meltdown Pickle. It has something to do with politicians not representing the people correctly according to their democratic wishes.

Something you are reluctant to accept even though after 30 years living in Poland you no longer have any say in British politics. Except on here where you daily make a complete fool of yourself while being delusional about your affect on posters.

Not really going that well is it? Brexit is lumbering on. Trump is a complete cunt yet as popular as ever in USA and in spite of Poland being the most pro-EU nation in the EU, (bribery of €10bn a year helps with ponce Poles it seems) they don't want Muslim immigrants...

Coffee 10:52 Fri Jan 19
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Has anyone yet convinced anyone else that they right or wrong?

Has anyone offered an intelligent insight or piece of information?

Has anyone told a good joke?

If not, what exactly has this thread achieved?

Hammer and Pickle 10:39 Fri Jan 19
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You don’t see the difference between the Democrats doing badly and Trump doing well?

No you don’t. And that’s the whole point about Trump because the Republicans are in meltdown as well.

riosleftsock 10:23 Fri Jan 19
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He's doing quite well for the most powerless president in US history.

The democrats are so weakened by Hilary's humiliation that they have no candidate to stand up and oppose the republicans apart from an idiot, token day time tv presenter.

Hammer and Pickle 9:41 Fri Jan 19
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And here are some more facts for you:-

Trump is the most powerless US president in living memory if not in history, embroiled in a wide-ranging investigation for treason that will probably bring down the Republicans.

Real Brexit is going to leave the UK as a member of a single market it has far less political say in than before the referendum. The UK is therefore going to be far more a taker than a creator of EU policy and any eventual rules than, say, Poland or Belgium, which is no problem other than the FACT the UK will have to abide by those rules of face economic perdition outside the single market.

Yes, the circus has definitely moved on and its time to smell the COFFEE.

Nurse Ratched 9:26 Fri Jan 19
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The circus has moved on? In the sense that Trump is still president, Brexit is in process, and 'educated' (*sniggers*) people like you are still melting down noisily and showing no signs of coming to terms with it?

Mike Oxsaw 9:17 Fri Jan 19
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So Brexit & the referendum are no longer the core issue in the matter? It was always about a couple of people winding up loads of others?

I think you'll fine EVERYBODY was already well aware that people like that exist, and based THEIR arguments on, and above, that fact.

Britain is leaving the EU, and what's more, it will thrive.

How do you like THEM apples?

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