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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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DocMarten 10:32 Thu Feb 22
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After today’s ruling, you can see why Dyson is so keen to leave the EU. Absolutely maddening.

mashed in maryland 10:16 Thu Feb 22
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FWIW re the Tories, I wouldn't put it past them. Rotten to the fuckin core. "Never trust a Tory" is a saying for a reason (sorry 8)

mashed in maryland 10:15 Thu Feb 22
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Gavros 2:25 Thu Feb 22

I've asked you this before; you honestly seem to be hanging on the chance of the Tories to fuck over the public and potentially ruin the country in order to prove a point?

Why?

It's like hoping your train to work crashes because you woke up late.

Dr Moose 2:59 Thu Feb 22
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Swiss,

Good shout on Altered Carbon.

BRANDED 2:48 Thu Feb 22
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Mike

Asking people to grow up and behave is a very honourable and well intentioned sentiment but in the end they'll still have to encounter some other cunt who fails to do the same thing and they all end up being reduced to a common denominator of hatred and division and mistrust being manipulated by shouty politicians with alternative objectives who sense an opportunity.

Hammer and Pickle 2:46 Thu Feb 22
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Not the first time the Leaver Cultists and anti-British interests in the EU will be de-facto in alliance.

Gavros 2:25 Thu Feb 22
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the governments strategy is clearly to secure an unbound timed transition and wait until the economy suffers enough for everyone to realise this is a really, really bad idea.

Mike Oxsaw 2:19 Thu Feb 22
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BRANDED 11:47 Thu Feb 22

How about the people in Ireland in and around the border area just fucking grow up and learn how to behave. No need for an agreement then, whatever fucking day of the week it's signed.

Swiss. 1:39 Thu Feb 22
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"Bloody minded Brits used to be democratic but, I detect that since the internet era has given a voice to every pub bore and idiot, times are a changing.."

That's you mate. I mean really do even read the utter drivel you post. "Germans like taking orders" lol

But I'm from Bangladesh so what would I know

Willtell 12:00 Thu Feb 22
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, 11:34 Thu Feb 22
Yawn!

BRANDED 11:51 Thu Feb 22
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Net migration to the UK is estimated to have fallen by 29,000 to 244,000 in the year to last September, figures show.

Fucking brilliant. Now just poor people coming.

Gavros 11:49 Thu Feb 22
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The Good Friday Agreement is where Hard Brexit comes up against a sheer wall of reality, and dies.

BRANDED 11:47 Thu Feb 22
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
So Leavers now want to get rid of the Good Friday Agreement to secure their Brexit.
That means:
》A hard border in Northern Ireland
》No deal with the EU
》The return of terrorism
》A break in the transatlantic partnership

All based on a wafer thin win in an advisory referendum

, 11:34 Thu Feb 22
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Willtell 10,25

Excellent post and in the last sentence nails hinself completely.

Willtell 10:25 Thu Feb 22
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Germans like following orders. So do Russians and to a certain extent, the French. Although the french end up getting fed up swallowing shit so rebel by striking which is their modern equivalent of guillotining their leaders...

Bloody minded Brits used to be democratic but, I detect that since the internet era has given a voice to every pub bore and idiot, times are a changing...

Hammer and Pickle 10:01 Thu Feb 22
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Don't know what you are wibbling on about, but I was thinking about the Germans reforming their labour market with the minimum of fuss and bother this century to remain a manufacturing powerhouse today.

But the Hartz reforms were only possible because the Germans like dictators, right Cough?

riosleftsock 11:40 Wed Feb 21
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Thanks Pickle, I'll ask my Russian handler. Or get Jeremy to ask him for me.

Johnson 11:32 Wed Feb 21
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JESUIT HANDLERS

Hammer and Pickle 11:25 Wed Feb 21
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Any kind of decent governance wouldn't do you any harm.

Far Cough 11:23 Wed Feb 21
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Rule of law

riosleftsock 11:21 Wed Feb 21
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Structurally cohesive good governance

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