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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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mashed in maryland 9:54 Fri May 25
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"Everyone is rich now and we don't have time anymore for the politics of envy"


Is that why you have teenagers zipping round on mopeds stabbing people for phones, watches and laptops?

They must be doing it out of love and unity then.

Nurse Ratched 9:46 Fri May 25
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Surf.

If Gav paid under a fiver for a coffee, he'd consider himself a failure in life. And it wouldn't be anything as basic as a skinny latte. Nothing less than a de-caff, organic, fair trade, artisan, elk's milk, extra skinny, beans-crushed-on-the-thighs-of-Bolivian-virgins craft coffee sold out of biodegradable cups made from recycled first edition copies of Das Kapital would do for our precious urban dandy.

Mike Oxsaw 1:27 Fri May 25
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If they are the only districts in which your budget allows you to live, gavvy, I'm not surprised you don't have a better view.

All probably trump Tower Hamlets, Barking, much of Old Bow though.

Gavros 1:20 Fri May 25
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Harold Hill

Vange

Grays

Jaywick

Rochford


Yeah......all good!

Mike Oxsaw 1:17 Fri May 25
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People who claim Essex is monotonous & boring have clearly never been north of the C2C/A13, and if they gave it a go once, the A12/A127 scared them back to mummy.

If you don't want to see beauty in something YOU won't ever see it. Not OUR loss, don't try to parade it as such.

BRANDED 12:22 Fri May 25
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London is awsome

riosleftsock 11:52 Thu May 24
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DM, Selmayr is a very dangerous man for Europe. Look who supports him and promoted him.

His old boss was at least honest about his aims.

DocMarten 11:45 Thu May 24
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London has become a shit hole with pockets of niceness.

Had a nice flat overlooking Tower Bridge, then moved to the burbs a number of years back. London served its purpose but like many I guess, my priorities changed.

If you like it Gav, good luck to you.

DocMarten 11:40 Thu May 24
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Germany trying to lock us out of Galileo. France, Spain and a number of other countries don’t like that stance, but ze Germans are ignoring their pleas. I thought Merkel was half decent and saw the sense of practical BREXIT. Clearly she’s weaker than expected and now finished as a voice of reason in BREXIT negotiation.

Negotiations in good spirit now? My arse.

Fortunately Martin Selmayr is the driving force. Having been dubiously ‘elected’ and an enquiry brushed away, he’s a one man poster boy for Brexit. So hopefully we’ll see and hear more of him in the weeks and months ahead.

riosleftsock 11:40 Thu May 24
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Thanks Gavros, I live in a 5 bedroom house near Cambridge close to the borders of Hertfordshire and Suffolk. I can get to London easily and access the attractions.

If I sold my house here, I could probably buy a 2 bed flat in a half decent area in London. No thanks.

My kids are safer here and get an excellent education and we are surrounded by beautiful countryside and there are great schools, a sense of community and a decent standard of living that you probably are not aware of.

Gavros 11:33 Thu May 24
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Move to London.

It's wonderful here. Everyone is rich now and we don't have time anymore for the politics of envy.

Lot less paki bashing than Essex too.

DocMarten 11:31 Thu May 24
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Essex is lovely, but as rio’s correctly points out, it’s turning to shit. Well the bits that are closer to London.

My town feels like a population doubling in last decade. Used to to be able see a GP inside 2/3 days. Now 2 weeks absolute minimum. Main road out of the town used to be 8/9 cars for the traffic lights, 1/4 mile queue pretty much all day.

Crime gone through the roof..hopefully be out in about 5yrs.

Sigh..

riosleftsock 11:05 Thu May 24
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*live (although we all love essex)

riosleftsock 11:05 Thu May 24
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Essex is very diverse. I live in it, most of it is a great place full of people who get on with each other.

The population of Essex has grown at an unsustainable rate and the infrastructure has completely failed to keep up, and to be honest large parts of it are pretty much full now or over-populated.

We can not sustain the number of people around the world who want to love in this great county, but its great that they all want to love here.

Hammer and Pickle 11:02 Thu May 24
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Essex is not diverse at all either.

riosleftsock 10:54 Thu May 24
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Poland = not diverse at all, lovely country.
Slovakia = not diverse at all, lovely country
Hungary = not diverse at all, lovely country

Anti-EU and anti-unlimited immigration parties gaining ground or winning elections by votes from the young of over half of europe.

Soros and the Open border fascists are losing, its a good time, but the battle is on.

riosleftsock 10:50 Thu May 24
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Did anybody read the statement about DB shedding at least 7000 jobs?

This is a sign of the times. They have pulled out of global markets to concentrate on their domestic and European markets.

DB have unsustainable debt. The global market with Trump in charge in the States and growing anti-globalism doesn;t fit their business model. They are retreating to a market where they can control the regulations and non-trade barriers. Beware Greece and Italy.

Hammer and Pickle 10:48 Thu May 24
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Meanwhile, Europe REMAINS as DIVERSE as ever.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:43 Thu May 24
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Gavvy is DESPERATE to keep the price of a skinny latte under a fiver. This can only happen with unlimited immigration and BINO (Putin)

Hammer and Pickle 10:43 Thu May 24
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Last I was in London (April this year) the difference between Shoreditch and Primrose Hill had nothing to do with any dream.

riosleftsock 10:42 Thu May 24
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Maybe. I think you all went on a mad ride, but forgot to tell the rest of us what the destination was. When it slowed down to cross the River Styx, some of us chose to jump off.

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