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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 9:38 Mon Oct 22
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DKSPLSH

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:37 Mon Oct 22
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As I said before, your position has now COMPLETELY changed from this

, 5:53 Mon Oct 22

'It is saying that without agreements in place the movement of goods across the border must be monitored, simple as that.'

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:35 Mon Oct 22
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, 8:50 Mon Oct 22

Your post is specifically intended to present the EU's position as reasonable. When challenged, you are now pretending that wasn't the case and are getting all hard ball about how the EU can impose conditions on how another sovereign country maintains its borders. You are all over the place as usual.

And NOBODY has suggested that the EU can't maintain its own borders however it damn well pleases.

BRANDED 9:32 Mon Oct 22
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QED

Side of Ham 9:29 Mon Oct 22
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That post was embarrassing too, keep it up dick splash.

Hahahahaha!

BRANDED 9:24 Mon Oct 22
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Yes I did. I laughed myself silly. Pissed my pants and shat my fucking pants at how fucking funny it was. I almost fucking died chocking on my sputum as I heaved and cried uncontrolably.


You rectal discharge.

Side of Ham 9:18 Mon Oct 22
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Did you actually type that and think it was funny or clever braindead you dick splash?

Hahahahaha! if you did.

BRANDED 9:12 Mon Oct 22
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The brain is like a petabyte memory stick, and no one has ever managed to fill theirs up. But, brexiters are known to have 128 Mb ones.

, 8:50 Mon Oct 22
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Glad you wasted time trying to finesse a contradiction but there is no contradiction.

Remember the border is not exclusively ours it is also the EU's and so they will treat us as, guess what? a non EU country.

in case anyone is mislead by your statement "the EU being all reasonable and cosy", which as usual has come from your imagination and not my words, the fact is the EU can choose how it treats it's side of borders with non EU countries......of which we shall eventually be one.

anyway the EU is not, in your words being reasonable and cosy, instead it is looking after it's own interests.

As usual you post in such a way as to completely bend another poster's words.

Mike Oxsaw 8:46 Mon Oct 22
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That rules out ANYBODY working or living east of Marylebone, then.

BRANDED 8:42 Mon Oct 22
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Certainly shouldn't leave it to the yokels and inbreds.

New Jersey 8:36 Mon Oct 22
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J Riddle 5:37 Mon Oct 22 -

I so fucking hope that is true! May has inadvertently brought the remain and leave MP's closer together. Even Nicky Morgan wants a deal similar to the Norway model.

May fucked up the election, fucked up Brexit, surely she has to go??

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:36 Mon Oct 22
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Here's a picture of Branded

https://res.cloudinary.com/jpress/image/fetch/c_fill,f_auto,q_auto:eco,w_960/https://inews.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/The-Shining-Jack-Nicholson-Through-Door.jpg

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:35 Mon Oct 22
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HERE's JOHNNY!

BRANDED 8:29 Mon Oct 22
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Stephen King: London is the driver of the economy — so let it determine our EU course

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:29 Mon Oct 22
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CB

As the article admits, the OECD has made no such 'suggestion' at all and is merely a rehash of a bunch of figures we have already seen and which have already been shown to be false.

Why would you bother to post up such obvious nonsense?

Claret Badger 8:25 Mon Oct 22
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Reverse Brexit with second referendum to save your economy, OECD tells UK

'The positive impact on growth would be significant,' influential thinktank says of reversing Brexit - as it forecasts 40bn cost of ploughing on

*source Independent

glad i'm not an expert like some of the cunts on this thread

Mike Oxsaw 8:11 Mon Oct 22
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Hands up all leavers who think or ever thought we can and will "ignore" Europe!


*looks over half-moon spectacles at thread*


None. Thought so.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:08 Mon Oct 22
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, 6:08 Mon Oct 22

'Er, the EU has every right to insist on how one of its borders is monitored'

It has every right to monitor its own borders however it sees fit. It does not have the right to dictate how other countries monitor their own borders with the EU. Good grief man, get a grip.

In any case, you have moved your position copletely from your original point, which was this:

, 5:53 Mon Oct 22

'It is saying that without agreements in place the movement of goods across the border must be monitored, simple as that.'

You wished to make the point that the EU was being all reasonable and cosy, when challenged as to specifics you have seamlessly moved your position to 'the EU can dictate whatever they want'.

More rubbish from Remain.

Hammer and Pickle 8:06 Mon Oct 22
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Seems the site Leaver nutjobs are so far gone that they are convincing themselves the country can somehow participate in Europe while ignoring the EU.

I'd say this is 3rd stage BAD CAKISM or I'm a Jesuit handler.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:01 Mon Oct 22
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Gavros 7:21 Mon Oct 22

'The border issue is the physical manifestation of a fact that leavers always seem to try to ignore which is this: we are in Europe, whether you like it or not, and we will always be in Europe'

FMOB the site liar has turned into H&P. What an absolute mess..

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