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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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Hammer and Pickle 9:25 Thu Jun 20
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They just repeat the shit they get off Breitbart or the like. It’ll be the “democratic deficit” or the Bilderberg group next...

Gavros 9:16 Thu Jun 20
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90% of future growth....because a load of countries are really fucking poor.

Also the EU are leading the entire world in trade deals. It has deals of various depths with over 70 countries now, most of them exactly with these high growth, but poor, economies. The EU is setting global standards while the US walks away under Trump.

Thinking the EU is fucked because the UK can make its own trade deals. God help me, how fucking clueless are you.

Hammer and Pickle 9:11 Thu Jun 20
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You’re also free to make deals Ken.

Only you have to take the terms given by anyone Tom, Dick or Harry selling anything you want - just like the UK would have to if it was foolish enough to exit the SM structure of FTA with no deal.

I find it incredible you still don't get it.

Darlo Debs 9:02 Thu Jun 20
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But so.will.they as part of the WTO and are obviously.still a much bigger player.

Jaan Kenbrovin 8:59 Thu Jun 20
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Going to be interesting to see how the EU cope in the event of a no deal.

Even their own forecasts predict that 90 per cent of future global growth in 2020 will come from outside the EU. Which we will be free to make deals with.

Gavros 8:52 Thu Jun 20
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There are many people who unstand the implications of no deal just as there are many people who understand that the economic modelling done on brexit has largely to date been correct, with the economy now over 2.0% smaller than it would otherwise have been. There are however a lot of people who dont understand economics who claim the fact that the economy didn't fall off a cliff when going from being in the EU on the 23rd June 2016 to being in the EU on the 24th June 2016 is the same thing as being i the EU on the 31st Ocbtober 2019 and not in the EU on the 1st December 2019 are very, very wrong.

Darlo Debs 8:49 Thu Jun 20
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I don't doubt that Pickle but that is the thing upsetting me most right.now.

Hammer and Pickle 8:47 Thu Jun 20
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No deal Brexit is going to be a lot worse than a US style insurance system for the NHS, and you can take that to the bank.

Darlo Debs 8:44 Thu Jun 20
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So.for their stubbornness they just as culpable as remainers for keeping us in. ERG as i understand it conceded there'd be short term pain but they won't be the ones to suffer it and don't know if it will be short or long term.in reality.

Now given the contempt in which some of these Tories have openly held the NHS i dont trust any of them not to.sell.it down the river.

Now i don't know about others on here but day-to-day being in the EU hasn't had anywhere near the negative impact on life as the impact that would occurr if we found ourselves with a US style insurance system for our NHS.. If that ends up being the trade off we end up with then i hope leavers burn in fucking hell for their stupidity and short sightedness.

Hammer and Pickle 8:42 Thu Jun 20
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Then you really have no idea what you are talking about because no sane country breaks its existing FTAs with its main trading partners having failed to agree on terms of departure in its own parliament.

In fact, in the UK’s case, any sane US administration would be doing everything to prevent no deal Brexit.

ChillTheKeel 8:36 Thu Jun 20
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What I am saying is leavers voted to leave, we don't care how

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Of course we fucking do

13 Brentford Rd 8:33 Thu Jun 20
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Yes Debs, they want no deal, but the rest of house who rejected the deal allegedly want to respect the result and leave with a deal.

Pickle no one knows the real implications of no deal, some with a vested interest are PREDICTING armageddon just like Cameron & Osbourne said about leaving. Others are saying short term pain long term gain and it won't be as bad as people like you are making out.

Jaan Kenbrovin 8:26 Thu Jun 20
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Glad that greasy Scottish twat Gove is out the running.

Darlo Debs 8:22 Thu Jun 20
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Brentford it was the ERG loons that were voting down the deal as much as the remainers.

Hammer and Pickle 8:20 Thu Jun 20
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I don’t want a second referendum - definitely not.

13 Brentford Rd 8:19 Thu Jun 20
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Pickle stop twisting my words because you have no reply... I said according to Wemoaners the public were too dumb to decide because they didn't like the result.
What I am saying is leavers voted to leave, we don't care how, if a deal can be agreed then great, but the remain establishment should not be allowed to block Brexit by simply voting down every deal, and Gavros why would you seek another public vote or anymore voting (obstacles) on a deal if one is eventually agreed after all the trouble getting one has caused? According to Wemoan the public were too dumb the first time to decide on a simple IN or OUT, now you want them to analyse a deal and make an informed choice only in the hope the vote goes the your way this time. Also considering how much May's hands were tied deliberately to ensure we got the shortest deal possible the only fair question would be deal or no deal, why should Wemoan get another go?

Coffee 8:12 Thu Jun 20
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Hammer and Pickle 8:10 Thu Jun 20

Hammer and Pickle 8:10 Thu Jun 20
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*you’re

Hammer and Pickle 8:09 Thu Jun 20
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Brentz

You voted to leave the EU not knowing, or caring, about what leaving entails and you admit it.

You now claim to be offended and betrayed when the people who know what leaving means are doing everything possible to make sure your irresponsible behaviour does not lead to disaster for everyone.

I’m glad your not family because I’d have to ignore you in real life.

ChillTheKeel 8:03 Thu Jun 20
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Not a single Remain and ERG Tory MP who voted for Bozo are unable to answer how he won over both sides. What the actual fuck is wrong with this shambles party? One side has to be betrayed.

13 Brentford Rd 8:01 Thu Jun 20
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Pickle & Gavros... What I am saying is leavers voted to leave, we don't care howifva deal can be agreed then great, but the remain establishment should not be allowed to block Brexit by simply voting down any deal.
Why would you seek another public vote on a deal if one is eventually agreed?

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