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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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Block 4:51 Thu Jul 18
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"What cameron said doesn't matter"

Using your judgement, 48% of the voters cared.

Fucking comical.

Side of Ham 4:48 Thu Jul 18
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* not many > THAT many

Side of Ham 4:47 Thu Jul 18
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No they didn't Gavlar, lying or at best presuming.

It's a known fact not many of the electorate don't listen to or adhere to what any politician says it's why it's fucked (British politics), even the politicians themselves admit they understand the mistrust for voters of anything they say.

Try another tact Gavlar........

Block 4:46 Thu Jul 18
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Cameron and CO got 48% of the nation to buy into complete lies and fabricated unfounded scaremongering bollocks.

How you can moan about the leave camp spouting shit is hilarious. (even though I do agree there was a lot of bollocks spoken).

Block 4:44 Thu Jul 18
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"It doesn't matter cameron said"

Lets turn it around shall we?

He said we'd be crippled just at the fact if we voted leave, jobs would go, we'd be in recession, house prices would drop 20%....

The fact is, there was bollocks spouted from both sides however NOT ALL believed it and voted for valid reasons.

But the fact remains it was a SIMPLE (like you) IN/OUT referendum, which remain lost and fail to accept but yet are moaning over Boris suggesting he'd suspend parliament to get a "no deal" through (when there is, it's called WTO), is undemocratic is fucking hypocritical.

Gavros 4:37 Thu Jul 18
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It doesnt matter what Cameron said. It matters what the people said who advocated leave, as they got people to vote that way.

What did they say?

Liam Fox: "the easiest trade deal in history"

David Davis: "There are no downsides. only upsides"

Dan Hannan: "no one is talking about leaving the single market"

Owen Paterson: "No one is talking about leaving the (single) market"

Nigel Farage: "Why cant we be like Switzerland and Norway".

Boris Johnson "We can have our cake and eat it.....I see...Sunlit uplands"

Block 4:33 Thu Jul 18
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Cameron never said anything about a deal or no deal, Gavros.

Again, it was a simple in/out referendum.

It's been made complicated by our remain Parliament.

Even someone as simple as you should recognise this, and it's also ironic you're against Boris proroguing due to it being undemocratic.

You do realise this, right?

Johnson 4:23 Thu Jul 18
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So Boris could never have done what people were saying he could as Parliament would have to vote to allow him?

Gavros 4:16 Thu Jul 18
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the question of in/out was a simple one.

the action of doing it is anything but.

Gavros 4:15 Thu Jul 18
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No, Nymson, its just that Parliament (the Sovereign) have moved to stop its prorogation.

At this moment in time, they haven't voted (again) against no deal.

BRANDED 4:13 Thu Jul 18
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Jeremy Corbyn could become Prime Minister within hours if the Government loses a vote of no confidence, according to the Tory MP who devised the Fixed Terms Parliaments Act.

Johnson 4:09 Thu Jul 18
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So Remainer hysterical fear about Boris suspending Parliament was unfounded then, Gavvy?

Block 4:06 Thu Jul 18
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THIRSTY THURSDAY

Gav, it was a simple "in/out" referendum.

Why can remainers not comprehend this?

Hammer and Pickle 4:04 Thu Jul 18
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How would you vote if we had referendum to abolish gravity and live in space, Blot?

Gavros 4:00 Thu Jul 18
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I accept a Brexit that doesnt fuck the country's economy, i.e. an EEA type deal.

I do not accept, and neither do I believe the public accepts, a hard or no deal Brexit.

Brexit since its inception has been about lying to the public about what it is to use their votes as an excuse for doing something totally different. Its Brexit itself that is un-democratic.

Block 3:54 Thu Jul 18
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Since when did you give a fuck about democracy, considering you want Brexit overturned?

Hammer and Pickle 3:51 Thu Jul 18
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CONSTITUTIONAL ALLOWANCE

Gavros 3:31 Thu Jul 18
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majority of 41 vote to stop Proroguing of parliament.

Boris will be relieved.

BRANDED 3:25 Thu Jul 18
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British rules to blame for kipper 'plastic ice pillow' that Boris Johnson blamed on EU in bizarre rant

orwells tragedy 2:24 Thu Jul 18
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I'm clearly not referring to any tweet, even the one Master posted way down the page this morning, I'm referring to the latest OBR report.

Block 2:16 Thu Jul 18
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Maybe, Like you they are too thick to realise they're unreliable?

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