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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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ray winstone 11:02 Sat Jul 20
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Johnson, I would hate to live inside your head, it must be very fucking boring.

zebthecat 10:54 Sat Jul 20
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Which it won't

After8 10:35 Sat Jul 20
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So there's a lot of work going in from both leadership teams in what they will do from Wednesday.

Personally, I don't see a resolution until Ireland buckles.

Side of Ham 9:23 Fri Jul 19
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What's this? PRICK-le is admitting he's Bi-Polarland?

Mike Oxsaw 9:17 Fri Jul 19
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The UK "came to it's senses" on the day of the referendum. Just waiting for the slow-minded to catch up and we can get on with it.

Hammer and Pickle 8:29 Fri Jul 19
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It’s “Dois imperiais, se faz favor” you daft old bat.

Johnson 8:27 Fri Jul 19
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Firstly, I can influence what happens in my home country as I can vote. As I did to leave the EU and as I will again given the chance.

Much like you can vote in your home country but cannot in mine, a country that is foreign to you.

Secondly, if you’re going to boast about being multi-lingual I suggest you ensure you spell four letter words like Eton correctly.

Dwight Van Mann 8:23 Fri Jul 19
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Pickle, drunkenly demanding "DOS CERVEZAS" is not speaking fluent Portugese you daft cabbage savage.

Hammer and Pickle 8:18 Fri Jul 19
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See, that’s where we fundamentally differ, Josephine. Your home, and identity has been pre-determined by circumstances you are culturally incapable of influencing. My home is where I choose, and in this case it can be as much here, in London SE3 or Portugal (all countries where I speak the language with comfortable fluency). The EU supports me in this process of my own choosing and no jumped-up Eaton educated cunt is going to change that.

Now, like I say, kindly piss off and flick your bean until you can behave yourself again.

Johnson 8:09 Fri Jul 19
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A Polish man in Poland certainly is at home, Thickle. Thanks for finally confirming what we all knew.

Therefore you’ll never again use “us” or “we” in relation to the United Kingdom or suggest you’re British.

You’re a Pole in Poland. A poncing alchie cuckold Pole at that.

Hammer and Pickle 8:02 Fri Jul 19
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Parliament is sovereign and will prevent exit with no deal Kenneth.

What are you getting so sweary and nationalistic about? You can’t tell me to go home because I am already at home perhaps? Or maybe your understanding of the law of the land is totally addled by your gnat-arse tight ideology and the frustrations of you slave conditioning?

Dwight Van Mann 7:56 Fri Jul 19
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Jaan Kenbrovin 7:52 Fri Jul 19


take no notice - he's pissed

Jaan Kenbrovin 7:52 Fri Jul 19
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Oh and it’s spelt Kenneth, you thick polish cunt.

Which isn’t my username either.

Jaan Kenbrovin 7:49 Fri Jul 19
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Parliament have a few options to prevent no deal, such as a no confidence vote in the hope a new government can change the course of brexit by the October deadline, or legislation to extend yet again the leave date. It cannot remove no deal from A50.

Hammer and Pickle 7:42 Fri Jul 19
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"Parliament have no legal route to stop no deal."

See, Kennith, this is where you get yourselves into hot water. Do carry on though - have as much of this rope as you like.

Johnson 7:36 Fri Jul 19
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Don’t tell me Thickle was wrong?

Jaan Kenbrovin 7:35 Fri Jul 19
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Article 50(3) states that the EU Treaties will, “cease to apply to the State in question from the date of entry into force of the withdrawal agreement or, failing that, two years after the notification” of withdrawal, “unless the European Council, in agreement with the Member State concerned, unanimously decides to extend this period”. 

Parliament have no legal route to stop no deal.

Hammer and Pickle 7:01 Fri Jul 19
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In this case, the Treaty of Accession 1972 ratified by parliament.

Now go and play with your tits or something, Josephine.

Johnson 6:55 Fri Jul 19
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So what is the law then?

Hammer and Pickle 6:50 Fri Jul 19
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The law of the land is Parliament holds a vote and makes specific laws, including exit from the EU.

The 31st October date has been agreed between the government and the EU, but it is NOT the law.

Why do I have to explain the basics to people?

Johnson 6:44 Fri Jul 19
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The law of the land is we leave on 31st October with or without a deal unless you can prove otherwise, Thickle.

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