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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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Moncurs Putting Iron 5:07 Wed Oct 23
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riosleftsock 4:39 Wed Oct 23

Stop whinificating.

Moncurs Putting Iron 4:40 Wed Oct 23
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Lee Trundle 4:25 Wed Oct 23
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The whole fucking thing is odd so 'a little odd' is going to slip the net.

riosleftsock 4:39 Wed Oct 23
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"The govt said it would operatonalise "

And you complained about my casual use of "program"

Gavros 4:34 Wed Oct 23
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The govt said it would operatonalise some aspect of yellowhammer if the WAB didnt go through. It didnt, hence they did.

Lee Trundle 4:25 Wed Oct 23
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Is anyone else finding it a little odd that there's quite a few things from Operation Yellowhammer starting to be introduced?

I do hope for GAVVY's sake that it isn't a sign of a No Deal Brexit happening.

Moncurs Putting Iron 4:25 Wed Oct 23
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The Benn(der) Act?

Block 4:14 Wed Oct 23
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I'll find the loophole and get through it , somehow.

Moncurs Putting Iron 4:12 Wed Oct 23
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For you I can raise a lengthly extension.

Block 4:11 Wed Oct 23
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MPI - Can I have a go on your Brexit?

13 Brentford Rd 4:10 Wed Oct 23
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*Windmills into thread and offers everyone out at once*
C'mon you caaants who wants to know?

*Headbutts Gavs MOOBS*

Moncurs Putting Iron 4:01 Wed Oct 23
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13 Brentford Rd 3:13 Wed Oct 23
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Bit bitchy Gavros, time if the month?

Have you actually met this thread 13????

What about WHO? Have you been introduced?

Gavros 3:14 Wed Oct 23
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And of course, that pertains to EURO entry, not EU entry.

13 Brentford Rd 3:13 Wed Oct 23
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Bit bitchy Gavros, time if the month?

Gavros 3:13 Wed Oct 23
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"it would stop them from being able to join the EU"

Weve only just now been discussing how Greece and Italy were breaking Maastrict Criteria when they were let in.

Gavros 3:10 Wed Oct 23
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Agreee Rios. Theres a fundamental irresponsibility to German policy.

Gavros 3:09 Wed Oct 23
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"Totally deluded hypocrites, no self awareness"

Says hysterical keith lemon faggy hairdresser.

riosleftsock 3:08 Wed Oct 23
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Gavros 2:58 Wed Oct 23
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"I agree. Greece and Italy should never have been let in, it was a political decision at at some point the Germans are going to have to pay up for their politicians decisions. "

This is part of the problem, Germany keeps expecting others to pay for their political decisions.

Inviting millions of third world migrants in at all of our costs (especially the poorer med states).

Artificially depressing the German (EURO) currency to keep German exports competitive.

Obviously there are many more.

Block 3:07 Wed Oct 23
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Well, it would appear the fucktards within the SNP forget this, due to the amount of debt they'd take on, it would stop them from being able to join the EU.

I would have thought you, as a self proclaimed "expert" would have realised the point I was getting to.

I over estimated you.

13 Brentford Rd 3:07 Wed Oct 23
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The Scots are like a bunch of teens threatening to leave home. They'd still want to be tied to our apron strings & our money, still want to keep the pound and use our HMRC, embassies etc etc...
They can't afford to set all this up and think that the EU would welcome them with open arms whilst letting them not join the Eurozone.

Totally deluded hypocrites, no self awareness.

Gavros 3:05 Wed Oct 23
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No one disagrees with that Bolty, thats why for 99.9% of people it goes without saying. Whereas you with your 4 watt lightbulb brain see it as some sort of intellectual point.

Block 3:02 Wed Oct 23
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Gavros 2:51 Wed Oct 23

You're the Economist, you tell me.

The fact remains, IF Scotland left the UK, they would have to take a proportion of our debt.

If you disagree with this, you're clearly fucking useless.

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