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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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Mike Oxsaw 1:04 Tue Mar 19
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As has been oft pointed out on this thread - Remainers are ramping up the stakes in their desperation to have the UK remain in the EU at any cost.

You could almost think that there's a cupboard full of skeletons, the doors of which will fly joyously open the minute we're no longer part of the EU.

Rusta 12:59 Tue Mar 19
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Thought the EU was all about looking after it’s members. If we leave the EU with no deal you might as well flush the ROI economy down the toilet

Iron2010 12:46 Tue Mar 19
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claret on my shirt 9:38 Mon Mar 18

That would be a fantastic outcome

Hammer and Pickle 12:03 Tue Mar 19
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You're still not facing up to it.

Never mind.

Night night mate.

Crassus 12:00 Tue Mar 19
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' the core European powers' partnership is what the EU is all about, and the tango between Germany and France'

That sounds a very close second to my primary EU complaint - a Franco German carve up to mutual benefit and fuck the rest, they can pay for it one way or another

Mike Oxsaw 11:55 Mon Mar 18
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Watching pickled post is like watching a reversal of the earth's magnetic poles.

Hammer and Pickle 11:53 Mon Mar 18
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Exactly

Crassus 11:51 Mon Mar 18
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Hammer and Pickle 11:27 Mon Mar 18
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It'll be France vetoing extension.

A50 is toast.

Hammer and Pickle 11:48 Mon Mar 18
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Don't be silly Crassus - when push comes to shove, the core European powers' partnership is what the EU is all about, and the tango between Germany and France is merely something this idiot Tory party has got on the wrong side of in this Brexit debacle.

The UK has a conditioned anti-EU vote the two main UK parties are killing each other to control. Everyone can see this and few are going to mind if Macron takes the opportunity to put the boot in.

Fucking sort yourselves out!

Crassus 11:47 Mon Mar 18
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That will be the Ireland that recieves £10b of exports from us, sends £70b to us and £40b to the rest of the EU combined

The same Ireland that would need send it's residual EU exports through our manor

An Ireland whose shitcunt leader has just been told by the president of the US, that there is a deal to be done with the UK and that Germany and France have been taking the piss and that sanctions are coming quickly to the EU if they dont buck up sharp order

Yeah, ok Mr Bogtrotter who's the Daddy in this battle of wits? Best get a few spuds in the ground

GreenStreetPlayer 11:41 Mon Mar 18
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Makes me "laugh" leading up to the referendum both lab and con stood side by side campaigning for remain or leave.
Then the result comes back to Parliament to deliver and it's back to parties and politics. It was doomed from the start.
The leave MPs should have been allowed to get on with Brexit and delivering, while the rest looked after the day to day business of running the country.

Crassus 11:40 Mon Mar 18
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Mike
We can unilaterally withdraw A50, but an extension would require multilateral approval from the EU
Now that is not quite so harmonious a place as the Remainers would have you believe so it is not absolutely as nailed as we might think
After all, Italy have an issue or two with Poodle Cunt Macron right now, to say nothing of the East not fancying a cozy up with Frau Fatarse's immigration faux pas
Ultimately mind, she will likely up the limit on a dissenters gold card and tip the wink to DB
Macron mind, has got the shits with us, and it would be hilarious if he defied his older better 'Mutti' and rejected the extension, France would fucking burn as a consequence

Hammer and Pickle 11:36 Mon Mar 18
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Not as far as I can see, Cough.

Far Cough 11:31 Mon Mar 18
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Didn't Hungary's Orban say he would veto it?

threesixty 11:31 Mon Mar 18
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Willtell


You do post rubbish mate. It's fucking simple leaving the EU. Having a structured deal is the complicated part. ”

Semantics...


And when UK have a treaty with Ireland for no border. When Ireland doesn't want one, who's going to put one there?”

That’s the thing with Brexit. Only leavers think it’s worth breaking everyone else’s rules to get what they want. But you say to a leaver, how about you break some of your rules, like freedom of movement etc.. and it’s like “how dare you!”

It’s a joke. Typical English really. We want everyone else to bend for us despite having more of our own way than anyone else.. it’s sociopathic.

If I were the EU I wouldn’t give us fuck all. I’d force Ireland to have a border or they can fuck off as well and get on with my life.

Then the British can play “find the bomb” with paramilitaries and we can all get back to how nice it all was in the seventies...

The complacency is unreal...

Mike Oxsaw 11:31 Mon Mar 18
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So, then, if just one of the 27 veto the extension, No Deal it is?

Gotta be worth a few brown envelopes, that.

Hammer and Pickle 11:31 Mon Mar 18
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What is funny is you still trying to peddle your wares with the divs, Ratched.

That'll be funny in a niche sort of way.

Dwight Van Mann 11:28 Mon Mar 18
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"Be bloody funny if it were Poland"

Imagine how fucked up Pickle will get on the cabbage wine if that happens

Hammer and Pickle 11:27 Mon Mar 18
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It'll be France vetoing extension.

A50 is toast.

Crassus 11:25 Mon Mar 18
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Mike
None of the recent votes have had any legal impact upon our current leaving on the 29th
They will of course, Bercow will find the time, pass it's suspension prior, and that is the the issue now, how they will frame it to pass the responsibility of doing so
But, the thing is that it will require EU ratification, and if we have a friend left over there, that would veto it, we are out, just one of the 27 and we are free
Be bloody funny if it were Poland

Mike Oxsaw 11:21 Mon Mar 18
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Have things changed over the last few days or is it still enshrined in UK law that the UK leaves the EU on 29th March, whatever?

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