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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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zebthecat 12:47 Sun May 26
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Darlo Debs 12:37 Sun May 26

Was he really?
Man the guy in an utter imbecile. Chris Grayling might bollix things but Universal Credit is the paragon of recent govenmant fuck-ups.

E12Hammer 12:43 Sun May 26
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Hoping for a final two of Boris and Raab.

It won't go no deal, but taking it off the table was negotiating suicide.

E12Hammer 12:43 Sun May 26
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Hoping for a final two of Boris and Raab.

It won't go no deal, but taking it off the table was negotiating suicide.

E12Hammer 12:43 Sun May 26
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Hoping for a final two of Boris and Raab.

It won't go no deal, but taking it off the table was negotiating suicide.

E12Hammer 12:43 Sun May 26
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Hoping for a final two of Boris and Raab.

It won't go no deal, but taking it off the table was negotiating suicide.

Darlo Debs 12:37 Sun May 26
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Was IDS really defending Boris by comparing him.to Churchill and Attlee on tonight's news?

Fo the Communist 12:21 Sun May 26
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After8 9:52 Sat May 25

Hunt did a very good interview in the NS recently too. All things considered he is probably the best, most unifying option you've got.

If he can win over the frothing, right-wing, anachronistic, baying, careerist zealots who are calling the shots in your party at the moment.

Crassus 10:54 Sat May 25
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*think it's

Crassus 10:52 Sat May 25
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Gav

I haven't mate, I too don't its think viable as an end game
But, we are talking about an election of a leader post May, and first they will need win.
Now so called no deal does the power brokers within the EU no favours either, not carrying all options into discussion is foolhardy
Spun correctly, post agreement, a deal could read a good deal politically and personally for he who signed it

ray winstone 10:50 Sat May 25
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It’s the VAT that only the Conservatives have ever increased, even when they’ve ‘promised’ they wouldn’t, they always have, they love it cos it’s a tax on the poor, they love taxing the poor.

zebthecat 10:46 Sat May 25
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"Id rather no deal than ignore the will of the people."

How do you know that no deal is the will of the people?
Did you ask them all personally?

Mike Oxsaw 10:46 Sat May 25
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No deal = a bit of extra paperwork. Madness indeed if you're a lowly administrative clerk on minimum wage.

zebthecat 10:45 Sat May 25
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The irony of Ian Duncan Smith calling anyone else stupid is hilarious.

After8 10:43 Sat May 25
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I’d rather no deal than ignore the will of the people.

I know you find democracy quaint and tiresome but for most of us, it trumps everything else.

After8 10:42 Sat May 25
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Crassus

Ruling anything out in British politics is dangerous nowadays but yes it does look rather unlikely.

I believe his bid is more to raise issues and to be the voice of moderation.

I actually like him. I think he will be a good cabinet minister and a good candidate in the future but he’s too remain right now.

After8 10:39 Sat May 25
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You mean the VAT that labour were going to increase post 2010 election? That VAT?

Is that the same VAT that you and Ed Balls both said would rise if the conservatives won in 2015? That VAT right?

Gavros 10:39 Sat May 25
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No deal is absolute madness.

You people have lost your marbles.

Crassus 10:35 Sat May 25
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Rory Stewart is fucked then, ruled out no deal as undeliverable

Now it likely is, but you need carry that option into revised discussion, he has 'done a May'

Back benches and an interesting pundit duties

ray winstone 10:29 Sat May 25
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VAT increase, in fact, the Tories are the only party to ever increase VAT, a regressive tax as labelled by Golden Bollocks Cameron. They love a VAT increase.

After8 10:23 Sat May 25
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Well that’s wrong on so many levels I don’t know where to begin.

Corporation tax cut
Income tax cut
Fuel duty frozen for years
Council tax freezes
Stamp duty cuts
Inheritance tax cut

New Jersey 10:15 Sat May 25
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After8 - But tax cutting isn't presently in the Tory parties DNA is it? They have done nothing about the horrendous Business rates increases, high street shops have had to pay, there has been an absolute crisis on the high street over the past decade, with thousands of stores closing down.


Rightly or wrongly there has been big cuts in the amount individuals can claim as tax relief for their pensions, which isn't a tax cut!


Insurance tax increases, airline duty increases, all tax increases! To say tax cuts are in the Tories DNA, isn't the truth!

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