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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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Dwight Van Mann 7:57 Tue Oct 23
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Hammerrhoid bet you'd love to swap a few cabbage sandwiches for a slice of cake, you slope headed mess

Hammer and Pickle 7:51 Tue Oct 23
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What do we want?

CAKE!

When do we want it?

CAKE NOW!

Dwight Van Mann 7:49 Tue Oct 23
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Hammerrhoid & Pickle is here everyone and it's a Tuesday
so WHO's biggest pain in the arse will be a fucking complete mess by about 8pm.

Mike Oxsaw 7:46 Tue Oct 23
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*checks diary, orders pizza and beers. Settles down for an evening of.*

Hammer and Pickle 7:45 Tue Oct 23
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Can’t wait to see the CAKIST march in defence of no-deal with the Bosch Invader.

Mike Oxsaw 7:44 Tue Oct 23
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Dwight Van Mann 7:41 Tue Oct 23

I wonder which of those sets of people remainers imagine themselves to be part of...

Dwight Van Mann 7:41 Tue Oct 23
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Gavros 7:30 Tue Oct 23

if it is then the political establishment with their big business paymasters, dried up old pop stars and shadowy backers like Soros amongst others have completely ignored and indeed sought to destabilise the public's faith in democracy.

Well done.

Gavros 7:30 Tue Oct 23
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Its BINO

BINO!

mashed in maryland 7:14 Tue Oct 23
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Hmmm...

http://www.epc.eu/documents/uploads/pub_8761_extendingtransition.pdf?doc_id=2052

"Having a possible extension of transition could change
the political dynamics in the UK. Not only does an
extension make different outcomes feasible, but the
political debate around an extension will also take place
in a very different environment. In March 2019, Brexit
will have happened, so Leavers can claim that the result
of the referendum has been honoured. Consequently,
the political debate can focus more easily on how the
status quo can be maintained to avoid the economic
costs associated with a limited trade deal, while the
payment of additional money to merely stay in transition
might highlight the desirability of fully participating in
beneficial EU policies and programmes."

We all knew it, and here it is...

BRANDED 7:06 Tue Oct 23
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Ok. A house wealth tax.

orwells tragedy 5:33 Tue Oct 23
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Gavros 4:19 Tue Oct 23

Conservatives in name only, and A8 wants more of it.

Gavros 4:19 Tue Oct 23
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CGT on your own home = no one ever moves again. Tax take from stamp duty would go through the floor, more than it already has done in the higher brackets that got pulverised by Osbourne.

Side of Ham 4:15 Tue Oct 23
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It’s not a problem, it’s an explanation as to why you are seen as a cunt on here because you cannot relate in your own past to anything that would make you relate the two in the first place, and then because of that you start trying to abuse people who do, very very badly and ignorantly.

You are a stranger to this country it seems by your very own postings as you can only talk about your own history and sleazy middle aged stories which no one is interested in.

Swiss. 4:03 Tue Oct 23
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Snide

I own properties in London and Brussels and on certain assignments like in Paris I stay in a hotel some nights. You think that's a problem.

I think like you sleeping on your mum's sofa and re-enacting Brexit like it’s WW2 is very sad.

Side of Ham 3:29 Tue Oct 23
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Swiss. 2:38 Tue Oct 23

When you're a Novotel nomad like you, you don't really end up having a heritage to reference to.

Shame it kind of helps you define yourself and you don't end up bitter resentful at the even mention of it and have a refusal to except it's relevance.

BRANDED 3:07 Tue Oct 23
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Or a 100% death tax. You could either claim the money now or get it when they die.

Don Ravioli 3:02 Tue Oct 23
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Who the fuck is going to vote in a party who will bring in a capital gains tax on your sole property.
Things you read on here.

BRANDED 2:59 Tue Oct 23
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Quite.
Get out of the EU and then tax the cunts who took us out. Seems like a win win win.

Mike Oxsaw 2:57 Tue Oct 23
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Need to be outside the EU to do that, branded. Brussels will determine such revenue raising taxes, after all.

Takashi Miike 2:56 Tue Oct 23
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capital gains tax on your sole property? it would only be a 'goer' under a communist governement. fuck off to north korea, you'd fit in there

BRANDED 2:52 Tue Oct 23
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I would do a capital gains tax on all property. There will be a time in the not too distant future where this policy could be a goer.

Far too much capital tied up in bricks and mortar and not enough flowing round the economy.

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