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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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Willtell 12:47 Sat Jan 25
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Blah blah blah blah blah blah.

That makes more sense BRAINDEAD....

BRANDED 12:45 Sat Jan 25
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The problem for voters is that many businesses can freely move their capital. Well, until a government prevents it, but we’ve got to assume the Tories won’t stop capital chasing after the best returns it can get. Admittedly our manufacturing sector is efficient and well trained so It’s down to other costs. Our service sector is something like 80% of employment and businesses will do their upmost to cut costs if possible. Pensioners will need to hope they’ve got a decent pension and keep voting the best option for that and hope the workers put in a shift for them.

Side of Ham 12:38 Sat Jan 25
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You know when remainers had all brexiters down as believing everything the red tops wrote......turns out it’s the liars like Hans Christian BRANDEDsen desperate for attention are those type of div.....

....ignore him he’s a dick who won’t grow old gracefully.

Willtell 12:37 Sat Jan 25
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Morning Chill.
I see you're adding your particular brand of deluded, left wing loser mentality, aggressiveness to the debate...

Willtell 12:34 Sat Jan 25
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Hammer and Pickle 11:11 Sat Jan 25

"Consider this: Is it clever to demand evidence whenever someone warns you that a course of action is going to bring you nothing but grief?"
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Not only is it clever, it is also entirely sane and sensible to do so...

ChillTheKeel 12:33 Sat Jan 25
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That shit was written by in the Guardian which you've neatly deleted as it is Corbyn's left wing PR rag

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You soppy thick cunt

BRANDED 12:32 Sat Jan 25
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I also posted your boyfriends favourite wank method from a US rag. I’m guessing Ponceson eats the bananas.

Willtell 12:29 Sat Jan 25
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BRANDED 10:33 Sat Jan 25

That shit was written by in the Guardian which you've neatly deleted as it is Corbyn's left wing PR rag

Johnson 12:17 Sat Jan 25
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Branded is so vacuous, he sees something he think is woke, right on or gives him something of substance to say and copies it on here.

Despite it back firing every single time, the socially inadequate moron keeps at it.

Got to admire it in a way really.

Willtell 12:13 Sat Jan 25
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BRANDED 6:44 Fri Jan 24
"Two-Michelin star London-based chef Claude Bosi denied permanent residence after 23 years of living in the UK"
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I read that story on Sky and it's bullshit headline where you have to read the story right until the end before they tell the truth.

The bloke filled out the wrong form and he's already been contacted by immigration and advised what form and what info he needed to give for automatic approval...

BRAINDEAD jumping to the wrong conclusions again...

Willtell 11:40 Sat Jan 25
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Swiss. 6:14 Fri Jan 24
Willtell
"The SS Express. The most racist, xenophobic, anti EU paper on earth. Just winging Canadian trade analyst. You off the drip again you racist wrinkled mess."


Ha ha ha. Are you off your mind again?

Try the FT if your prejudices stop you reading Express online...

Canada’s farmers struggle to reap gains from EU free trade deal
Two years on, effects of landmark pact offer lessons for the UK ahead of Brexit
https://www.ft.com/content/c72634da-2006-11ea-b8a1-584213ee7b2b

Hammer and Pickle 11:24 Sat Jan 25
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Like leaving the EU without a proper plan for negotiating SM access when your economy has grown into a highly specialised service provider inside that SM.

I mean really. It can't be all that clever demanding evidence this is not an advisable course of action.

And to be totally dependent on this rhetorical tactic for want of any sensible counter-argument must surely be the trait of a very feeble and highly neurotic personality totally incapable of facing the reality beyond the comfort zone of its false narrative.

Johnson 11:18 Sat Jan 25
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It’s always clever to demand evidence from you Thickle as it immediately shows you up for what you are.

Hammer and Pickle 11:11 Sat Jan 25
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Consider this:

Is it clever to demand evidence whenever someone warns you that a course of action is going to bring you nothing but grief?

Side of Ham 11:03 Sat Jan 25
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Hans Christian BRANDEDsen is a scared liar in his late 50’s, he needs to post his dire shit because he’s lost in everything he thought he’d be right about.

Kaiser Zoso 10:51 Sat Jan 25
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BRANDED 10:20 Sat Jan 25
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We’re paying till the end of the year arent we? While we can’t get involved in any legislation?

BRANDED 10:37 Wed Jan 22
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BREAKING

Brexit MEP mocked for complaining UK will not be represented in the EU after leaving

BRANDED 11:44 Wed Jan 22
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The stupidest people we’ve ever bred, and we’ve bred a few

yeah, and you and that Polak div with the ostrich neck are right up there

BRANDED 10:38 Sat Jan 25
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Brexit deal latest: Boris Johnson warned chances of securing Japanese trade deal hangs on Brussels agreement

Tokyo will need to know what EU-UK relationship will be, experts warn

BRANDED 10:33 Sat Jan 25
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Former 'red wall' areas could lose millions in council funding review

£300m a year set be redirected from deprived areas to shire councils, analysis shows

Patrick Butler
Sat 25 Jan 2020 06.00 GMT
A reallocation of council funding could redirect hundreds of millions of pounds from so-called left-behind communities in the north of England to the leafy southern shires, analysis has found, leaving many newly Conservative g-voting “red wall” areas facing fresh cuts to local services.

Under a review of the local authority funding formula, £320m a year could be shifted out of councils in England’s most deprived areas while Tory-controlled shire councils mainly in the south-east gain £300m.

High-profile losers include many constituencies that elected new Tory MPs in December, including Workington, which would suffer from Cumbria county council’s £5m loss, and Sedgefield, which would feel the impact of £10m being taken out of Durham county council.

An estimated 37 of the 50 new Tory MPs – amounting to 70% of the gains made by the Conservatives at the general election – represent areas that are set to lose millions a year. Other notable losers include Stoke-on-Trent, Redcar, West Bromwich, Bishop Auckland, Grimsby and Leigh.

The analysis, commissioned by the Local Government Association, presentsBoris Johnson with an early test of his promise to “level up” resources between the south and the north and Midlands. The government is expected to issue a formal consultation on the new formula, which has been developed over the past 12 months, in the spring.

The LGA’s Labour group said Hampshire would be the biggest winner, gaining £35m a year, followed by Surrey county council (£25m), which is home to 11 Conservative MPs including the cabinet members Dominic Raab and Michael Gove. Big losers include Birmingham, which would lose more than £48m.

The Tory-run Northamptonshire county council, which declared effective bankruptcy in 2018 after years of financial mismanagement and is still in special measures, is set to get a £7.5m boost to its budget. At the time, ministers have refused to bail it out, saying this would be a reward for failure.

The Conservative-run East Sussex, council, which hit the headlines in 2018 after warning that cuts would pare local services back to a “bare legal minimum”, stands to gain £6m a year, while Wokingham in Berkshire, one of England’s most affluent boroughs, could get a 30% funding rise.

Johnson made a high-profile visit to Sedgefield – for many years Tony Blair’s seat – the morning after the election to celebrate his party’s emphatic victory, and he promised to repay the trust of voters who had helped propel him to power by switching from Labour to Tory.

BRANDED 10:20 Sat Jan 25
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We’re paying till the end of the year arent we? While we can’t get involved in any legislation?

Kaiser Zoso 10:16 Sat Jan 25
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Only 6 days, Mikey Boy.


20% of the EU GDP walks out the door.


12% of Budget contributions.


Ouch.

Mike Oxsaw 9:57 Sat Jan 25
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Have we left yet?

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