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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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Willtell 2:10 Sat Jan 20
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Anyone else notice that when Pickle loses the argument, he resorts to irrelevant abuse like "Tory rent boys" as if it gives him justification!

All it really does is show him for the grade 'A' wanker he really is...

Side of Ham 1:44 Sat Jan 20
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Says a bloke living in the luxurious realms of POLAND.

Hahahahaha!

Hammer and Pickle 12:37 Sat Jan 20
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It’s all done specially to wind you up so those Tory rent boys can have a laugh and a life of hideous luxury while you rot, Spam.

Can’t say that’s a bad thing in your case.

Side of Ham 11:44 Sat Jan 20
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They’ve got themselves a right little number there that EU parliament AND they get to make decisions for the dickhead remainers on here.

SAFETY IN NUMBERS THOUGH!

Mike Oxsaw 10:59 Sat Jan 20
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Yep. The whole EU is there to be exploited by those "in the know".

There's often talk about the baby being thrown out with the bathwater in the matter of the UK leaving the EU, but the truth of the matter is that the baby has drunk all the fucking bathwater and needs a couple of fingers down it's throat in order to get it to puke it back up again so it (the bathwater) CAN be thrown out.

Brexit is at least one of those fingers.

Willtell 10:20 Sat Jan 20
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Not only that but there are more than 10,000 people working for the EU (mostly French & Belgians) that earn more than €150,000 a year (that's more than the British Prime Minister gets) with massive pensions unobtainable anywhere else.

I understand that Nigel Farage gets €70,000 pa pension when UK leaves the EU for being a MEP for a few years for example.

And yet some oddball posters scream like little girls about having such a fine organisation removed from their lives! I am ashamed to admit that I voted for staying in the EU and as much as I admire French President Macron, I'm not sure why UK needs to pay for access to a market where they sell €70bn more to UK than vice versa?

orwells tragedy 10:03 Sat Jan 20
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i'm sure its all legal............under OUR EU laws. Dont worry, once the general public become aware of this waste and clear abuse of power they will be voted out.

Mike Oxsaw 9:52 Sat Jan 20
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So, basically, with the EU, if you can fill in a form, and convince the bureaucrats that what you're doing is "worthwhile", you can claim from that big pot of money the EU allocates to those projected budget items.

If it's not on the list, you can be damn sure there's an "Advance Strategic Fund", or some other official-sounding pot of money set aside for proposed "projects" that officiating EU administrators feel have a reasonable chance of joining the list next time around.

Basically you can then become an official EU ponce and indulge in your chosen lifestyle, paid for through the taxes of those in EU nations who are actually productive.

No wonder (certain) people wanted to stay in.

Bent, bent, bent, bent. Fucking BENT.

Willtell 11:57 Fri Jan 19
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I thought I had C&P'd some of the budget items below but it wouldn't print so I typed it all out...

Fostering inclusive, innovative and reflective European societies....................................................................€118m
Fostering secure European societies.......................€48.5m
Free interrail passes for Europeans turning 18........€12m
Improving lifelong health and well-being .................€513m
Leadership in space.................................................€173m
Storage measures for skimmed milk........................€10m
Safety and Health at work .......................................€12m
Private storage of certain cheeses...........................€2m
European solidarity corp..........................................€4.5m
Manual of good practice for cruises.......................€700,000
EU butterfly monitoring..........................................€800,000

Willtell 11:46 Fri Jan 19
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Ha ha ha!
EU BUDGET LATEST: €2 MILLION FOR “PRIVATE STORAGE OF CHEESE”

The European Parliament adopted amendments on the draft EU budget this week. A line-by-line breakdown of spending proposals was circulated to MEPs – it’s eye-watering even by the EU’s troughing standards. €2 million for “private storage of certain cheeses” really grates, as well as €700,000 for a “manual of good practices for cruises”. All-time-classics of outrageous splurging…

Independent MEP Steven Woolfe said: “The EU is actually a parody of itself. If the British people needed further reminding of why they voted to leave the EU last year it’s set out in black and white in this year’s budget. ‘Ocean literacy for all’, a ‘Manual of good practices for cruises’!? The mind boggles. Presumably, the ten million Euros spent on ‘storage measures for skimmed-milk powder’ is to ensure that, in the event of a nuclear holocaust, Eurocrats in Brussels will still be able to enjoy a white Americano as they slowly die from radiation poisoning…”

Roll on 2019…

Willtell 11:15 Fri Jan 19
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FMOB BRAINDEAD!

Here's one for all you remainers that think you're winning the argument...

"Majority of Britons think UK is right to leave the European Union for first time in six months"

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2018/01/19/majority-britons-think-uk-right-leave-european-union-first-time/?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter

BRANDED 7:26 Fri Jan 19
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Government commits £44 million to border security but openly admits many Brits will still escape.

Side of Ham 7:07 Fri Jan 19
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See your post at....

6:05 Fri Jan 19

You thick cunt.

Hammer and Pickle 7:01 Fri Jan 19
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Out of interest Spam:

How does one introduce oneself “like the third person”?

Is that another of your karate instructor wank thoughts?

Kaiser Zoso 6:42 Fri Jan 19
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LOL

Side of Ham 6:39 Fri Jan 19
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Hammer and Pickle 6:05 Fri Jan 19

No need to introduce yourself like the third person you jizz gargling subservient cunt.

Nurse Ratched 6:30 Fri Jan 19
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*The Last Post sounds*

*removes hat and bows head*

Gavros 6:28 Fri Jan 19
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she hasnt been seen since she walked the green mile.

Nurse Ratched 6:26 Fri Jan 19
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Legend has it, if you say 'her' name in a post three times, she'll reappear on WHO...

Gavros 6:07 Fri Jan 19
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Youre DEAD Hamed.

Hammer and Pickle 6:05 Fri Jan 19
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.... and it's the thread joke in person.

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