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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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orwells tragedy 3:26 Thu Nov 15
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Swiss. 3:20 Thu Nov 15

The arrogance of the remainer class, telling people what they know because thats all they know. Leaving was NEVER an option, thats the reality, and if you knew anything of the history, people, or politics behind the EU you would know that.

Capitol Man 3:25 Thu Nov 15
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Is only we could send SSurface in to the negotiations and he would break them with his knowledge of Peruvian citrus tariffs.

orwells tragedy 3:22 Thu Nov 15
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Swiss. 3:16 Thu Nov 15

Thats handy, here's Swiss missing the point again;

"I have no problem with end to FoM if it means Poles, Romanians etc can work in the UK here as long as they are and not on benefits and vise versa for me. It alawys should have been like this."

It's good for the economy, right?

Capitol Man 3:22 Thu Nov 15
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Not sure how his can be. The U.K. would have the EU over a barrel and they would be desperate to give it anything it asked for.

Swiss. 3:20 Thu Nov 15
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Orwell

because you think there is another polictical solution and you are dissmissing that in reality it seems we really don't have much margin between what we've been offered and 'no deal'.

I think the majority of us here remain or leave see this. Unless of course there's a GE and a 2ND vote and we stay in the EU.

Hammer and Pickle 3:19 Thu Nov 15
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The EU can offer nothing nearly as punishing as having to read your posts, Zero.

BRANDED 3:19 Thu Nov 15
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Female Tory ministers in tears. Poor snowflakes.

Swiss. 3:16 Thu Nov 15
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I have no problem with end to FoM if it means Poles, Romanians etc can work in the UK here as long as they are and not on benefits and vise versa for me. It alawys should have been like this.

Remember the EU didn't give them benefits and housing etc; it was the UK government.

orwells tragedy 3:15 Thu Nov 15
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Swiss. 2:56 Thu Nov 15

Care to explain why i'm a dumb ass, you rude little shouty man?

My guess is my point has gone completely over your head, like most things.

Swiss. 3:13 Thu Nov 15
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Yes I'd go for this deal. As a remainer its a compromise. Yeah it's a bit BINO for the hard line leavers.


However I just can't see it getting through commons.

HairyHammer 3:10 Thu Nov 15
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Kronic 2.48


You can only spin bullshit so far they know very well it's all been for nothing.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 3:08 Thu Nov 15
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goose 3:06 Thu Nov 15

'i'm with Griffin................. from what i understand we have put an end to freedom of movement and managed to keep a free trade deal in exchange for £40bn.'

What? We haven't even begun to discuss a trade deal yet.

Gavros 3:07 Thu Nov 15
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:54 Thu Nov 15
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Like it strengthened Thatcher, Gav?

No, like it strengthened Major.

Hopefully she does go though because if she does a new GE is guaranteed.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 3:07 Thu Nov 15
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No deal it is then.

It should be obvious to even a child that until the EU can be convinced that there is a reasonable chance we will actually walk away without a deal they will continue to attempt to punish us.

goose 3:06 Thu Nov 15
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i'm with Griffin................. from what i understand we have put an end to freedom of movement and managed to keep a free trade deal in exchange for £40bn.

so in essence not much changes aside from freedom of movement?
what's not to love?

Swiss. 3:04 Thu Nov 15
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Zero

yeah staying as we are is the deal for 21 months and 39bn. But them conceding anymore won't happen. So after that we either keep the status quo or 'no deal'.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 3:00 Thu Nov 15
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Swiss. 2:56 Thu Nov 15

'It is "No deal or remain." We won't get a better deal than the one the EU has given us now. But this deal will never statisfy the hard line Brexiters.'

As it stands they haven't given us any sort of deal. For £50b quid (yes, It's crept up from £38b) plus loads of continuing annual payments, we get to stay as we are.

Swiss. 2:58 Thu Nov 15
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Gav

Even if she survives a no confidence vote do you think this deal will pas the commons vote?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:58 Thu Nov 15
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Stricly speaking Thatcher faced a 'stalking horse', but it amounted to the same thing.

Swiss. 2:56 Thu Nov 15
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no Orwell you're the dumb ass

It is "No deal or remain." We won't get a better deal than the one the EU has given us now. But this deal will never statisfy the hard line Brexiters.

So May will be out and a new GE.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:54 Thu Nov 15
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Like it strengthened Thatcher, Gav?

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