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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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Block 5:28 Fri Apr 26
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Fuck me, it asked only over a thousand people.

IS that what the remain argument has come to?

Block 5:25 Fri Apr 26
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Those polls aren't worth a fucking wank, Fo son.

Fo the Communist 5:24 Fri Apr 26
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So according to the latest YouGov poll Remain has a 12 point lead.

https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-britain-eu-poll/uk-would-vote-to-stay-in-eu-by-12-percent-point-margin-yougov-poll-idUKKCN1PB13O?fbclid=IwAR36f_2tbH6qi-fdT65kU390j8WbZ4dhXM-SSSdrAs1jNSiyz8_RTdu3v50

If (IF) that were true and given that there is now undoubtedly more known about the processes and effects of leaving, how is a second vote undemocratic?
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Jaan Kenbrovin 5:16 Fri Apr 26
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I see there is a complete media blackout of Robin Tilbrook's challenge in the High Court against the Brexit extension.

Couldn't have done more to promote that snidey bint Gina Miller though.

Block 5:10 Fri Apr 26
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Almost as ridiculous as your fucking haircut son

Hammer and Pickle 5:03 Fri Apr 26
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You believed Mark Francois?

That’s not even funny, that’s RIDICULOUS.

Johnson 4:58 Fri Apr 26
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It was the default until the democracy deniers changed it wasn't it?

After8 4:33 Fri Apr 26
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Funny boy but no, I'm not. I tried to get people to vote for the withdrawal agreement 3rd time around as I didn't want to see Brexit postponed. Mark told me we would leave and that was the legal default. Hes been wrong at everyturn.

Bexley Ironworks 4:30 Fri Apr 26
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After8 = Mark Francois

After8 4:27 Fri Apr 26
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I see so much shit now that I can pinpoint a shitshow miles away.

Capitol Man 4:07 Fri Apr 26
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Was going to say A8 - you're hardly in any position to be calling any other group a "shitshow".

After8 4:04 Fri Apr 26
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Change UK are making the lib dems look good which is quite a feat in British politics.

It's a shitshow that wont go anywhere as it is stuffed full of egotistical MPs who think they're better than the poor thick northern voters who voted for Brexit.

What's also funny to witness is labour members kicking off over their proposed EU elections leaflet that makes the party look pro Brexit. It is as if the moderates cannot understand that Corbyn is a brexiteer.

On our side of this lunacy, the latest update is that we're still fucked. Theres a sense that we need to be seen as doing something but that involves Maybot having significant reprogramming and being able to make a decision. Problem is as soon as she does, she will lose support from one faction or the other. She cannot please labour and the party at the same time.

The Chinese mobile thing is merely a distraction and a chance for leadership candidates to through each other under a bus.

Block 2:12 Fri Apr 26
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It would take a lot for me to do that, I'm a lover not a fighter.

mashed in maryland 2:05 Fri Apr 26
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To be fair one headbutt from you and they'd never wake up

Block 2:04 Fri Apr 26
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At least I don't shit myself when a poster comes at me.

Northern Sold 2:00 Fri Apr 26
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Bolty.......................... a spokesman of a generation............................ a generation of elongated cranial freaks

Block 1:56 Fri Apr 26
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We get access to 400m people tariff free.

That's recycled money that we've already paid into the EU.

We get little for the money we put in, compared to not paying in and having complete freedom to govern ourselves.

threesixty 1:49 Fri Apr 26
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Block

If you want to talk about value for money, spending 16 billion or whatever it is each year is an absolute joke for what we actually get back.”

Explain?

We get access to 400m people tariff free. We have (had) via car companies because Japan etc.. invested in us. This provides thousands of jobs. We get to control finance in Europe, get to sell all our high level services etc.. I think that’s 20% of our tax in take already.

This concept that we get fuck all and are just giving money way is just bizarre.

Also, we sold a lot of our fishing rights to European countries. All this we don’t control our waters bollocks. This was all under the watch of OUR MP’s.

https://unearthed.greenpeace.org/2018/10/11/fishing-quota-uk-defra-michael-gove/


It’s not like the EU invaded us and took all our shit ... ffs.

That’s why I said that the leave campaign successfully created this narrative. You really all believe it. It’s not really true at all.

I get the argument that you feel that you can vote out the Uk parliament but not the EU. But it’s then UK MP’s that are doing a number on you, not the EU. The EU doesn’t have the impact you think it has. If it did, every EU country would be the same. There would be no Greece issue, or Germany wouldn’t being doing better than everyone else. Because every country would have to do everything the same way as they would be controlled centrally. Which isn’t the case as every country is quite different.

It’s our application of our resources and our own laws that make us successful or not. Not some bogeyman called the EU.

mashed in maryland 1:34 Fri Apr 26
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"The political establishment are self harming and incompetent but I have no problem with them usurping the will of the people on the subject of Brexit cos I happen to agree with the establishment on this one.

Block 1:27 Fri Apr 26
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It annoys me because we have wrecked a great position

How is it great not having control over our waters, immigration, not being able to negotiate with countries outside the EU, have 69% of our laws (in fairness some are very good) on us?

If you want to talk about value for money, spending 16 billion or whatever it is each year is an absolute joke for what we actually get back.

threesixty 1:23 Fri Apr 26
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There are weird things we do in this country that seem to be counter productive to our long term health.

For example, take Cadbury’s being bought out by kraft. They lied to us, we knew they were lying to us but bent over backwards to left the Americans take over one of our best known brands / companies. A company that had its beginnings in actually doing good things for the community around it. A lot of the operation has moved overseas and there has been thousands of job losses. Great!

Now we have blocked the Sainsbury’s / Asda merger. On the basis of being bad for the consumer (more expensive prices apparently). But we have now left Sainsbury’s and Asda in a precarious position. Share prices are now crap for both of them. I’m sure a foreign company will buy Asda and maybe Sainsbury’s ownership could be up for grabs too.

So why not just let the merger happen and keep the whole thing under British control? Who cares about slight increase in prices. What about the long term? Why do we keep selling off our key companies, our real estate, our everything?

We are the architects of our own destruction, not the EU. It’s like a country full of self harmers!

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