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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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master 9:42 Sat Jan 19
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They're all shit, not just the Tories. Labour especially when you consider how they've played this last couple of years.

ray winstone 9:26 Sat Jan 19
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Deflection from what? How fucking completely useless your beloved Tories are? The pig fucker and now the steel knickered robotic absolute shit cunt of a woman have fucked the country over and you want to say I’m ‘deflecting’?

Willtell 9:18 Sat Jan 19
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Deflection ray?

ray winstone 9:13 Sat Jan 19
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Soooooooo, is it

Brexit means Brexit?

Red White and Blue Brexit?

My deal is the best deal?



Asking for a friend......

Willtell 9:06 Sat Jan 19
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"Voters less likely to back Labour with 'stop Brexit' policy, leaked poll suggests.

Unreleased poll for group backing second referendum finds almost a third would be less likely to back party"

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jan/19/labour-would-lose-voters-with-stop-brexit-policy-poll-suggests

Mike Oxsaw 1:06 Sat Jan 19
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ironsofcanada 12:44 Sat Jan 19

Very similar - I was caught up in that, too.

The basic problem with Y2K was that people just didn't know - not only did they not know, there was no way to find out how to know as the big issue was the banking/accountancy mainframes that had been installed in the 50s & 60 providing much of the world's underlying financial calculations (Accountants were desperate to wring every last second out of them rather than (pay to) modernise in the 70s & 80s).

Most who had written the program code for these mainframes were long since retired/dead, so no help there.

As it turned out, it was a butterfly sneeze, albeit an expensive/profitable one, depending which side of the fence you were on.

Likewise here, the authorities just don't know - in the main because they've been busy saving money not keeping up to date with things.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:56 Sat Jan 19
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It's ALL about the placement of the comma, begob!

BRANDED 12:54 Sat Jan 19
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Who'd have thought?

ironsofcanada 12:54 Sat Jan 19
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ChillTheKeel 12:52 Sat Jan 19

Cheers, Chill. That made me chuckle.

ChillTheKeel 12:52 Sat Jan 19
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Fintin O'Toole is an Irishman

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I find that very hard to believe

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:49 Sat Jan 19
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Fintin O'Toole is an Irishman who, like all Irishmen from the south is shit scared of Brexit. The harder the Brexit the harder Ireland is fucked.

BRANDED 12:48 Sat Jan 19
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1964 12:36 Sat Jan 19
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That was when the economic system was Keynesian. If you have 80% tax on the highest earners and not much in the way of globalisation its an easy thing to ask.

ironsofcanada 12:44 Sat Jan 19
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Mike Oxsaw 12:37 Sat Jan 19

Seems all a bit Y2K to me.

But, honestly, happy to be corrected.

Mike Oxsaw 12:41 Sat Jan 19
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BRANDED 12:32 Sat Jan 19

I'd expect you to do that regardless - and if you're responsible to shareholders you would be duty bound to do so

I suspect when this all calms down, the UK will still be the best place in Europe for foreign investment.

ironsofcanada 12:41 Sat Jan 19
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BRANDED 12:32 Sat Jan 19

Branded is as mercenary as they come,

(until he wants WHO posters to worry about the little guy who economically enslaved into caring about money more than anything.)

Mike Oxsaw 12:37 Sat Jan 19
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ironsofcanada 12:25 Sat Jan 19

It seems that the government don't actually have a clue what will happen - I've no idea why they feel extra police will be needed - all the mainland ports have, I believe, said that they will continue to function as normal, so there will be no issue with imports (or exports) from the EU side.

I'm not aware that there will be any issues on the telecoms front - so we will all be able to access the Eire & Netherlands based main BBC web sites, or European based banking web servers. Welfare payments are processed in the US, so the soap-dodging homeless won't be revolting; they'll still get their free 73 pounds a week.

If you push these people on the question, they'll just say "contingencies", as if that's any sort of real answer.

Additionally, if their were underlying issues that required such a response, remain would be all over it - and they're not.

Coffee 12:37 Sat Jan 19
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1964

That was before 1964. These days it would be, 'Ask not what I can do for your football club, but what your football club can do for me.'

1964 12:36 Sat Jan 19
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BRANDED 12:32 Sat Jan 19

"What can they offer me?"

ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.
John F. Kennedy

BRANDED 12:33 Sat Jan 19
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Bearing in mind we are already a low waged nation by and large.

BRANDED 12:32 Sat Jan 19
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Mike.

Lets say you're right.

If I can get a better margin by moving my operation to a European location I might do that.

So. Obvs the government makes a sweetener for me to stay.

What can they offer me?

Mike Oxsaw 12:28 Sat Jan 19
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Gavros 12:21 Sat Jan 19

Prove it's not.

As an educated & intelligent remainer you can probably and easily multi-task that activity along with putting up those 5 reasons for staying in the EU we're all still waiting for, and your thoughts about becoming a fully committed federalist.

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