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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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orwells tragedy 5:10 Thu Oct 17
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We will never know will we.

Jaan Kenbrovin 5:09 Thu Oct 17
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The threat of no deal was that we would use it if necessary.

Boris has managed to swing a new deal despite the efforts to remove no deal and a repeated stance from the EU that they would not renegotiate.

Westside 5:09 Thu Oct 17
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The President of the European Commission rules out granting an extension to the Brexit deadline of 31 October. ".

Not for him to decide.

BRANDED 4:57 Thu Oct 17
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Also. I thought the threat of no deal was so the EU caved in at the last minute and gave us everything we wanted?

Fo the Communist 4:47 Thu Oct 17
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Hard to keep up with all this isn't it?

But so far today, the DUP are both IRA and Remoaners now.
Varadkar is presumably a good chap today and no longer an awkward fucking Mick.
JC Juncker is now also a good guy currently
And Nigel Farage and his views are back out of fashion.

Is that right?

GreenStreetPlayer 4:42 Thu Oct 17
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Be 'very interesting' if the EU vote not to extend.
A vote then for Johnson's deal or no deal.
Then if no deal expect the unaccepting traiterous rabble to want a vote to revoke A50, the ultimate insult to the British people.

Mike Oxsaw 4:31 Thu Oct 17
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Doesn't this also nullify the Surrender Act? That effectively now demands that the Prime Minister asks for something that doesn't exist.

Maybe a motion Saturday to have it struck from the books?

goose 4:25 Thu Oct 17
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No extension?

That should sharpen a few minds.

So it’s Boris’s deal or no deal?
Hilarious.

Mr Kenzo 4:25 Thu Oct 17
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13 Brentford Rd 3:35 Thu Oct 17

Lets hope Andy Swallow is at the forefront, that way it won't happen

madeeasy 4:23 Thu Oct 17
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If Boris has done this in 3 months. Imagine what sort of good deal we could have got if we hadn't had this embarrassing squabbling infighting of all major and minor parties and they had actually embellished the opportunity and got on with the negotiation from day one.

madeeasy 4:23 Thu Oct 17
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If Boris has done this in 3 months. Imagine what sort of good deal we could have got if we hadn't had this embarrassing squabbling infighting of all major and minor parties and they had actually embellished the opportunity and got on with the negotiation from day one.

BRANDED 4:22 Thu Oct 17
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MPs win bid to vote on second Brexit referendum in Saturday parliament showdown

Mike Oxsaw 4:20 Thu Oct 17
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From the darling BBC:

"The President of the European Commission rules out granting an extension to the Brexit deadline of 31 October. ".

madeeasy 4:18 Thu Oct 17
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Junker just announced that the EU will not be granting any extension.

Looks like its this deal or leave with no deal on the 31st...

At Fucking Last

Pickle Rick 3:39 Thu Oct 17
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New Jersey 3:21 Thu Oct 17

People had that chance in 2017 as the Lib Dems campaigned on stopping Brexit, the country returned a hung parliament. It would go down in political history if the Lib Dems can turn 19 MP's into 326. I think we are looking at another hung parliament with Labour and the Tories scrabbling to form a coalition.

13 Brentford Rd 3:35 Thu Oct 17
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Because it's a march to overturn the result.

BRANDED 3:26 Thu Oct 17
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Even Nigel is calling for a Brexit delay.....
'I would much rather an extension than accept this dreadful new treaty'

New Jersey 3:21 Thu Oct 17
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Surely the most democratic way to stop Brexit, is to have a GE and install a LibDem government!

BRANDED 3:03 Thu Oct 17
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How can marching be anti democratic?

13 Brentford Rd 3:02 Thu Oct 17
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March of the anti democracy hypocrites this Saturday in London.
They are marching for a 2nd referendum / to stop Brexit.

Mike Oxsaw 3:00 Thu Oct 17
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So, In strict order (order):

1. Leave on 31st October (deal or no deal).
2. General Election.
3. Referendum to (re)join the EU if it's part of whoever wins the GE manifesto.
4. Move on.

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