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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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riosleftsock 3:18 Mon Sep 23
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Chill

Search me.

Meanwhile, in other news, the man arrested for farting during a police strip search has just appeared in court.

Moncurs Putting Iron 3:17 Mon Sep 23
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ChillTheKeel 3:14 Mon Sep 23

Granma Blocks nest egg being spent on her having to stay in a smelly old peoples home in her dotage rather than going to her bestest grandson?


Or something.

Gavros 3:17 Mon Sep 23
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Prescriptions are currently about £6.50 arent they?

Extending them to everyone and putting up NI contributions by a tiny amount is surely a perfectly reasonable policy.

I suggest you vent your fury at far dafter policies.

Block 3:17 Mon Sep 23
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Labour are fucked, Chilled.

They want further funding for the NHS yet want to abolish all prescriptions?

Now, I spend on average £50 a month due to my mental health state and dodgy eyeballs, which I've no issue with as it goes back into the NHS.

Take this away, and there will be a huge void in cash flow. Where's this then going to come from?

ChillTheKeel 3:14 Mon Sep 23
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Does anyone know what he's on about?

Block 3:10 Mon Sep 23
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I'm outraged that those who wouldn't benefit from this policy previously because they would have sold their houses to fund their care, do we give them a rebate?

Johnson 3:09 Mon Sep 23
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The promise (lie) is to abolish ALL prescription charges, Gavvy.

Gavros 3:04 Mon Sep 23
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Block 2:49 Mon Sep 23
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LAbour has offered free health care for over 65's, free prescriptions - Funded by us the tax payer, Branded




Wow, what radical ideas. FREE healthcare? FREE prescriptions for those not working?

You must be outraged, Bolty?

BRANDED 2:55 Mon Sep 23
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Its not FREE if its FUNDED

ChillTheKeel 2:50 Mon Sep 23
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He's also willing to give those who don't work free money, from the rich by taxing them more.

______

HAHAHA

Block 2:49 Mon Sep 23
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LAbour has offered free health care for over 65's, free prescriptions - Funded by us the tax payer, Branded.

He's also willing to give those who don't work free money, from the rich by taxing them more.

Shall I go on?

ChillTheKeel 2:47 Mon Sep 23
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Nothing much. Except for huge spending on hospitals to more police to more prison places to full fibre broadband for everyone to cash for schools all whilst increasing the higher tax band and cutting tax rates on company profits.
What a Magician. Or a lying cunt.

BRANDED 2:46 Mon Sep 23
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What free stuff has Labour offered?

BRANDED 2:46 Mon Sep 23
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What free stuff has Labour offered?

Johnson 2:41 Mon Sep 23
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ChillTheKeel 2:37 Mon Sep 23

What free stuff has he offered?

Block 2:38 Mon Sep 23
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LOLbour want to abolish Private schools, however they've forgotten it's illegal to claim the land the schools are built on.

Their stance in Brexit I actually understand now, they want to be the impartial party (even though their MP's won't sit quiet) and allow the people to decide and be guided by the people.

They want to attract electorate from both sides, but unfortunately people want a definitive "side" on the party they are going to vote for.

ChillTheKeel 2:37 Mon Sep 23
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Thank fuck Bozo would never bribe the electorate with untold free stuff

Gavros 2:34 Mon Sep 23
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Watching labour conferences is proper weird. What a fucked up political party.

Johnson 2:20 Mon Sep 23
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I see LOLbour have double downed on their make up a load of free shit they’re going to pretend to give to folk to attract votes tactic from the last GE.

Don Ravioli 2:11 Mon Sep 23
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How does that work if you’re self employed.
They’ve got my vote if I don’t have to turn up on a Friday or Monday and still get paid.
Lunatics will fuck this country.

stewie griffin 2:08 Mon Sep 23
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LOLbour proposing a 32 hour working week with no loss of pay, which would essentially align us with the rest of the lazy cunts across Europe.

Might even take them up on that

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