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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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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:33 Thu Apr 26
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Gavros 2:25 Thu Apr 26

'And the governmemt will be hoping tomorrow for a massive defeat in the commons vote on CU.'

Then if they change course the Ulster Unionists will bring the government down. So I very much doubt that's what they are hoping for.

Dr Moose 10:21 Thu Apr 26
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Gavros 2:05 Thu Apr 26

You actually make sense with this Gavros, much better than the wild conspiracy theories you come up with then can't find any proof to back up your statements (psst, still waiting for the Nissan job cuts of last week being as a result of Brexit proof).

Gavros 2:25 Thu Apr 26
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Yes mate we now it's a clusterfuck. Everyone in every department of government and any large corporation to small firm knows

And the governmemt will be hoping tomorrow for a massive defeat in the commons vote on CU.

Northern Sold 2:07 Thu Apr 26
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Oh the things I could tell you mere mortals about Brexit and it's progress... I'd love to tell... I really would....but alas....

Gavros 2:05 Thu Apr 26
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The Swiss border is not frictionless.

The Swiss have to accept freedom of movement, albeit they do have the right to advertise jobs to residents of Switzerland first.

The UK-ROI border requires even less friction than Switzerland because of the Good Friday Agreement. In effect this means retention of A customs union (Not the one we are in, a new one) and access to the single market via EFTA + EEA membership

This requires a softening of May's stupid red lines (Which go against her own five tests).

Freedom of movement

set up already allowed within EU registration system that allows government to evict anyone from the EU after three months if they don't have a job and can't prove they can pay their own way

Norway's 'emergency break' on immigration

Swiss style rules of UK resident first recruitment

Court of arbitration

EFTA court rather than ECJ

Trade deals

DTI job becomes one of reducing non tariff barriers and acting as 'sherpa' for EU + EFTA FTAs.

Willtell 11:59 Wed Apr 25
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That's the truth Doc.

DocMarten 11:47 Wed Apr 25
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The Swiss have a frictionless border with the EU and it’s multiple times more busy than Ire/NI. They (the Swiss) never discussed a customs union with the EU. The whole border issue is a red herring as it a return to conflict. Utter rubbish. Those involved do not wish to find a solution.

We have a Remain cabinet
Remain parliament
Remain Lords

So, if it all goes tits up, it’ll be the Remain camp who can shoulder the responsibility and take all the blame.

Happy days.

Willtell 4:54 Wed Apr 25
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Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!

Our saviour Gavros. What the fuck you doing then Gav? Oh yes I get it. Whingeing on a football forum for 2 years....

Big sort out there mate!

Gavros 4:52 Wed Apr 25
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Good, so the adults can get on with trying to sort out this almighty mess while the ignorant masses (that's you) think that everything they ever wanted is happening.

Willtell 4:51 Wed Apr 25
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I think absolutely nothing about it Gavros. It's all conjecture for those that are obsessed by getting their own way out of fear of losing the guidance of all those clever Brussels bureaucrats saving us from having to decide our own futures...

Gavros 4:48 Wed Apr 25
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so what do you think about Davis today essentially asking Parliament to bail the government out and force them to negotiate a BINO, Wullie?

Willtell 1:37 Wed Apr 25
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Fuck off Gavros you idiot!

It's cowards like you that actually believe that Britain cannot survive without instructions from foreigners on how to do anything and everything that are what is wrong in Britain...

Gavros 1:34 Wed Apr 25
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fucking hell you mug.

its idiots like you that are the reason why we havent already gone down the SM route. every day the government hold off more damage is done. then you cry and scream when your overlords say its unacceptable. its YOU that are doing irreparable harm to the british economy, and the fact is you dont care.

Willtell 1:25 Wed Apr 25
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Yes but if the UK does a single market or zero tariff deal how attractive would an Irish backwater economy be?

I know you're desperate for something to whip Britain about but this one's going nowhere Gav...

Gavros 1:20 Wed Apr 25
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Yes it does. Point out to firms currently located in Britain that it will still have access to the SM.

Clever eh?

Willtell 1:16 Wed Apr 25
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Bullshit...

Ireland now has no business model to attract tax avoiding companies to its parochial, backwater economy.

Gavros 1:12 Wed Apr 25
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ha. totally different issue. the apple thing is related to EU state aid law - the thing which the 'global Britain' idiots wanted to drop in order to go down the 'Singapore model' route. that's now done.

the UK losing business to Ireland thing is simply because may was too craven to point out at the outset that access to the Single market is necessary for the UK economy to function. We'll end up there anyway but in the meantime uncertainty is leading to loads of firms to locate staff in Dublin to ensure access is maintained.

Willtell 12:58 Wed Apr 25
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Good point Surface. Here's the ruling....

Apple to start paying €13bn to Ireland over back tax claim

Margrethe Vestager's ruling that Apple was illegally helped through an Irish tax scheme unavailable to other companies has soured transatlantic relations.

Apple has agreed to start paying €13bn in back taxes to the Irish government within weeks over what EU competition authorities have said was years of sweetheart tax arrangements that amounted to illegal state aid.

Although Dublin and Apple still reject the ruling in 2016 by Margrethe Vestager, the EU's competition commissioner, the agreement to begin payments marks a watershed in the biggest case in a Europe-wide crackdown against the tax practices of American tech companies.



Read more: http://www.afr.com/news/world/apple-to-start-paying-13bn-to-ireland-over-back-tax-claim-20180425-h0z84n#ixzz5Dg65rcYq
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:46 Wed Apr 25
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Gavros 12:24 Wed Apr 25

They'll be taking a fuck of a lot less business off us after yesterday's court ruling which basically destroyed their economic and fiscal model, won't they?

Dr Moose 12:33 Wed Apr 25
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I can see a clamour for a reunification vote if Brexit destroys Northern Ireland as so many are predicting.

Mike Oxsaw 12:30 Wed Apr 25
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Why would I phone a London radio station when I'm on the other side of the fucking planet?

If you're pissed off at someone else coming up with an option you wish you'd thought of, just say so - you can claim it, I don't give a shit.

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