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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 8:22 Wed Oct 23
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Remainer in autistic levels of misinterpreting a post yet again.

only1billybonds 8:12 Wed Oct 23
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Gavina.

I used the expression 'hypothetical situation' for a reason.

Gavros 7:47 Wed Oct 23
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Brexit mongs in fantasy veto world yet again.

Mike Oxsaw 7:45 Wed Oct 23
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All Boris needs to do is suggest that one of the 27 have indicated privately that they will veto any extension, without giving any hint who.

Both remain and the EU will go fucking NUTS trying to work/find out who it is and try to buy them off/prevent them from voting; they can't afford not to.

Should be almost as much fun as watching the benefits lake start to evaporate post Brexit.

New Jersey 7:02 Wed Oct 23
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If one of the EU members vetoed an extension, surely it would be 'no-deal' on the 31st October and all the people who have tried to delay Brexit would look even bigger cunts than they do now, if that's possible!

only1billybonds 6:40 Wed Oct 23
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Hypothetical question. No doubt the EU are getting in touch with member states to (we'll call it) invite them to allow the extension to pass. However,in the unlikely event of a member vetoing against it what would the UK governments position be? Could they say to the surrender squad,"you had your chance,now its no deal next week'. Or would the SS be able to employ more chicanary to further halt Brexit?

riosleftsock 6:33 Wed Oct 23
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Russ
Another hate-fact that SNP supporters hate;

More Scottish voters voted for Brexit than voted for the SNP.

Russ of the BML 6:27 Wed Oct 23
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I am not sure why the Jocks don't just have another referendum on Independence and also sell it as also a referendum for Leaving or Remaining.

If there MP's moan that much about not being heard then put it back to the people and see what they want to do. If they still want to remain within the EU then they will vote for Independence. if they want to Leave the EU then they will vote for staying in the UK.

Problem with the Jocks they are just like the Irish and using Brexit to show off. And to substantiate that I was talking to a friend of mine at the weekend who has lived in South for 15 years but is still as Scottish as they come and he summed up the SNP by saying they are "just a bunch of self serving, egotistical and whinging fucking toss pots".

Fair enough I thought.

riosleftsock 5:38 Wed Oct 23
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LOLtastic.

Moncurs Putting Iron 5:34 Wed Oct 23
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SWTalations x

riosleftsock 5:33 Wed Oct 23
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Apologisations.

Moncurs Putting Iron 5:07 Wed Oct 23
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riosleftsock 4:39 Wed Oct 23

Stop whinificating.

Moncurs Putting Iron 4:40 Wed Oct 23
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Lee Trundle 4:25 Wed Oct 23
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The whole fucking thing is odd so 'a little odd' is going to slip the net.

riosleftsock 4:39 Wed Oct 23
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"The govt said it would operatonalise "

And you complained about my casual use of "program"

Gavros 4:34 Wed Oct 23
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The govt said it would operatonalise some aspect of yellowhammer if the WAB didnt go through. It didnt, hence they did.

Lee Trundle 4:25 Wed Oct 23
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Is anyone else finding it a little odd that there's quite a few things from Operation Yellowhammer starting to be introduced?

I do hope for GAVVY's sake that it isn't a sign of a No Deal Brexit happening.

Moncurs Putting Iron 4:25 Wed Oct 23
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The Benn(der) Act?

Block 4:14 Wed Oct 23
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I'll find the loophole and get through it , somehow.

Moncurs Putting Iron 4:12 Wed Oct 23
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For you I can raise a lengthly extension.

Block 4:11 Wed Oct 23
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MPI - Can I have a go on your Brexit?

13 Brentford Rd 4:10 Wed Oct 23
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*Windmills into thread and offers everyone out at once*
C'mon you caaants who wants to know?

*Headbutts Gavs MOOBS*

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