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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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Hammer and Pickle 2:17 Sat Feb 16
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Poking your nasty, flabby ego with the fact stick until you freak out.

It's fun.

Coffee 2:12 Sat Feb 16
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What do you love doing?

Hammer and Pickle 2:07 Sat Feb 16
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Coffee 1:57 Sat Feb 16
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Do shut up.

I love doing this to you Snidechops. Can actually feel you steaming in your tacky little shithole.

Mike Oxsaw 2:01 Sat Feb 16
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Hammer and Pickle 1:54 Sat Feb 16

Staying in the EU is best for YOU - and other like minded spongers. It's NOT best for the UK and YOU can't PROVE otherwise.

The threat to the GFA is, like everything you post, all in YOUR head.

The grown ups will sort it, so you needn't trouble your tiny little closed mind (or what passes for one) with such things.

Coffee 1:57 Sat Feb 16
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Do shut up.

Hammer and Pickle 1:54 Sat Feb 16
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Problem is Raindrop, no-deal is the fastest way to a hard border and a breach of the GFA, so the demand of no backstop and the no-deal treat make a mockery of the UK's position.

Fact is, if the UK really doesn't want a backstop, the best thing to do is stay in the EU.

Mike Oxsaw 12:46 Sat Feb 16
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I'm sure pickled believes that the UK has (HAS) to do what the EU says simply because it has a bigger land mass which holds more people.

Islanders are not homogeneous in the same way mainlanders are.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:41 Sat Feb 16
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Hammer and Pickle 12:23 Sat Feb 16

You repeated this nonsense lie of the EU's last night. I'll post again what I posted then.

The UK has told the EU exactly what it wants. It wants removal of the Irish backstop or a legally binding time limit to an Irish backstop.

The EU is simultaneously publicly refusing to accede to this request whilst pretending that the UK hasn't told it what it wants.

More EU mendacity.

Westham67 12:34 Sat Feb 16
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I'm not really up with it Pickle mate

Johnson 12:31 Sat Feb 16
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Seeing as you’ve been wrong in pretty much everything you’ve ever said on this subject Thickle I doubt anyone is paying attention.

Any more news on your plan to get the likes of JRM arrested? Or are we confirming that was a drunken outburst you’re hoping people will forget?

Hammer and Pickle 12:23 Sat Feb 16
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The EU is not going to blink because the UK doesn’t know what it wants from the EU by threatening to leave with no deal.

Westham67 12:21 Sat Feb 16
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*get more flexible

Westham67 12:20 Sat Feb 16
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Its negotiating which goes to who blinks first if the EU think no deal is going to hurt them then they may soften there approach and get

Johnson 12:06 Sat Feb 16
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No deal does adversely impact the EU Thickle, you’d have to an absolute imbecile to not understand that.

That’s why no deal is still on the table. If you understood negotiation you wouldn’t have even asked.

Hammer and Pickle 11:44 Sat Feb 16
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What is the UK side trying to gain from the EU by keeping no deal on the table?

It is clear what the Tory party is gaining from its Brexiteer electorate, but that is not the point of meeting anyone in Brussels.

This, and not backstop or no deal, is the essential problem - the Tory party has got itself into such a state that it has to choose between credibility as a side in the Brexit process on the one hand and party unity on the other.

One thing is absolutely crystal clear - the EU won’t be giving anything to this circus.

Johnson 11:29 Sat Feb 16
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Or they’re bitter remainers

Westham67 11:28 Sat Feb 16
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For negotiating purposes its best to leave no on table but apparently 6 members of the cabinet will resign if its not taken off of the table

Obviously those who want to resign know nothing about the non impact of a no deal

Mike Oxsaw 11:18 Sat Feb 16
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Johnson 11:08 Sat Feb 16

Be warned: he's got his EU regulation keep-net ready for all leavers who dare ask for facts.

It's the EU - and that's fact enough.

Johnson 11:08 Sat Feb 16
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Gavvy you appear to be trying to turn your usually always wrong opinion in to fact again.

So, I’ll ask you again please give five facts as to why leaving the EU will be catastrophic for the UK.

If you want a shred of credibility on this site you’ll be answering the question without issue. Although given your latest attempt to deflect I’m sure this won’t be happening anytime soon.

Willtell 11:03 Sat Feb 16
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Now this is funny -

Ten signs that you have BREXIT DERANGEMENT SYNDROME and what to do about it
BY IAIN MARTIN

Everyone is talking about it. BDS is London’s most fashionable new affliction.

My colleague Matthew Parris, writing in this week’s Spectator, says in a brilliant piece that Brexit is driving him mad, but he is determined to press on arguing against the project. Yasmin Alibhai-Brown told the BBC’s Daily Politics programme that she has been fighting with people on buses.

But BDS is not restricted to the ultra-Remain side of the argument. Some Leavers have contracted bad cases of BDS.

How can you know if you have BDS? What are the vital warning signs to look out for?

1) Are you a member of the House of Lords?

2) Are you AC Grayling? If you are the tormented philosopher and wild-haired anti-Brexit campaigner, there is a strong possibility that you have contracted BDS.

3) Are you in the furious pro-Brexit Tory MP pressure group the ERG? If you are, leave the ERG before it is too late or lie and say you are busy on the night of their next meeting, then go out to the cinema or to the pub instead where no-one – literally not a soul – is talking about the customs union.

4) How many Brexit bulletin daily emails from newspapers and pressure groups are you signed up to? If the answer is more than three, seek help.

5) Have you ever put an EU flag in your garden or hung it out of your window?

6) Do you know the difference between Max Fac and a Customs Partnership? Are you a hardline Brexiteer who thinks that Max Fac is a real thing, like Father Christmas?

7) Have you somehow convinced yourself that the population at large cares about customs arrangements?

8) Do you find yourself in social situations – at family celebrations, with friends in a restaurant, or in bed with your partner – tweeting about either Jean Claude Juncker or Jacob Rees Mogg? Put… the.. phone… down.

9) Do you find yourself taking the side of Michel Barnier and Jean Claude Juncker, secretly wanting them to punish Britain, and finding this arousing? Does this spill into a vengeful desire for people who voted to leave to lose their job or be burned to a crisp in a house fire caused by a dangerously deregulated post-Brexit washing machine manufactured by leave voters in Doncaster?

10) In everyday conversation are you using any of the following terms – Brexshit, Brexidiots, will of the people, traitors, saboteurs, where’s the £350m?, Remainiac, lying liberal metropolitan elite, Project Smear, join the global race, let the lion roar?

As yet, there is no known cure for BDS, other than leaving the European Union or changing the subject. So, be careful out there. It’s infectious.

Willtell 10:41 Sat Feb 16
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Oh the fun that is un-elected officials in EU....

@spikedonline
14h14 hours ago

“Italy has effectively been in recession for the past 10 years. 25% of the industry wiped out. 30% of people are unemployed. In some regions 70% are unemployed. And if Italy stays in the Euro, there is no end in sight.”

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