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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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ironsofcanada 12:06 Thu Aug 22
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Darlo Debs 11:48 Wed Aug 21

I live in England, and I have things to pay regularly in foreign currency, so I have and will take a hit. Does not stop me from taking a principled stand on democracy and on the importance of smaller, not more less democratic, governments.

Also I believe human nature is to want to make money, so trade will be up and running quicker than we think because people want it really bad. And we will be better able to control that trade, helping Britons.

"your income isn't at risk." - I have asked politely a number of times today in various ways, what does this specifically entail. What is this suffering you believe will happen?

Respectfully using a word like "suffering" without specifics is akin to a cry of "think of the children". Emotive but not really an argument.

Mike Oxsaw 12:00 Thu Aug 22
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Darlo Debs 11:48 Wed Aug 21

Anyone outside the UK relying on income from the UK has their income at risk - a risk wholly down to the uncertainty of whether or not we'll leave the EU, not because of what will happen after.

NO ONE knows that part of the equation; we (all) know that the majority who voted voted to leave but between the MPs, remainers and EU, an air of unnecessary uncertainty hangs over the whole nation - and the solution to that uncertainty is certainly NOT to cancel Brexit.

Darlo Debs 11:53 Wed Aug 21
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Hope you are referring to Will and not me there Chill?

ChillTheKeel 11:50 Wed Aug 21
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Oh FFS, that stagnant stench of soiled shit returns.

Darlo Debs 11:48 Wed Aug 21
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All.well.and good Will when you are in France and your income isn't at risk.

Willtell 11:42 Wed Aug 21
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ChillTheKeel 11:09 Wed Aug 21
"Bozo will come back with that cunning plan of technology that hasn't been invented yet."


What do you mean Chill? Like Corbyn keeps coming up with plans that make him PM? His only achievement is making everyone else fall about laughing but good luck with that....

Willtell 11:35 Wed Aug 21
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Darlo Debs
"Some leavers on this board seem.to think that because they won the vote, that remainers should just shut up.and get on with it. However if people genuinely have cause to.believe that they are going to suffer as result of the vote, its not undemocratic for them.to do that."


Hmmm! Do you realise how sad you are for whingeing, for more than 3 years after your side lost the referendum?

Normally you'd get tired of being told to shut up down the pub but online it's incessant. I voted remain and lost but I support leave BECAUSE THAT'S WHAT DEMOCRACY MEANS! The losers accept the will of the majority.

When did Britain become a nation of whingers willing to accept foreign rule because they're afraid of what might happen to their income?

Hammer and Pickle 11:25 Wed Aug 21
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Here we go

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:10 Wed Aug 21
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UK: Here's a workable plan
EU: No it isn't
Boris: These people are arseholes. They ask us for a plan and then they reject it. No deal it is, then, and it's the EU's fault.
Undecided voters: Fair enough, BoJo.

ChillTheKeel 11:09 Wed Aug 21
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Bozo will come back with that cunning plan of technology that hasn't been invented yet.

Gavros 11:07 Wed Aug 21
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That frakneaded cunt from wetherspoons has said he will cut price in the event of a no deal brexit, and only no deal.

This has about half of WHO licking their lips over another pint of £1.89 lager at half 8 in the morning and doubling down on no deal.

Dwight Van Mann 11:04 Wed Aug 21
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, 10:58 Wed Aug 21


Read between the lines, it's the little nuances you're not picking up on.

ChillTheKeel 11:03 Wed Aug 21
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Evening oddball Bozo cultists, remainiacs....... and Snide talking in tongues as per.

Gavros 11:01 Wed Aug 21
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Exacly, she hooked him good and proper.

Now hell have to go back with all the alternative arrangements bollocks that even the people advocating have said is not workable now.

, 10:58 Wed Aug 21
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Speaking at a news conference alongside Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Berlin, she stressed it would be up to the UK to offer a workable plan.

Is the above statement what you laughably describe as bottling it?

She is after all asking Boris to come up with a workable plan which is something the EU has been open to all along.

Dwight Van Mann 10:54 Wed Aug 21
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by bottling it - holding he hands up saying ok lets have another look at the border...

, 10:52 Wed Aug 21
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In what way has Merkel blinked first?

Dwight Van Mann 10:50 Wed Aug 21
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So it appears Merkel blinked first... Nice one Boris.

Gavros 10:44 Wed Aug 21
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Thats not what she said at all, brenty, you fucking BERK


Johnsom said he could come up with a credible alternative in 30 days and she said "go on then", in the knowledge he wont.

Vexed 10:42 Wed Aug 21
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A possibility of possibly having an unspecified agreement in the future?

Wow you lot are easily excited. It's a no deal all day long. We all know it. I look forward to your suffering.

13 Brentford Rd 10:39 Wed Aug 21
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Well well. It seems Boris's stance may pay off after all...


"German Chancellor Angela Merkel has suggested an alternative to the Irish border backstop - a key Brexit sticking point - could be found within 30 days"

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/uk-politics-49427674

Cue panick and silence from Remainers.

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