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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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Animal 11:23 Mon Jun 24
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There's plenty more fish in the sea

Hammer and Pickle 10:57 Mon Jun 24
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You seem to be confusing your subject pronouns, 1balls.

only1billybonds 10:47 Mon Jun 24
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Fucking hell Riggers, that went so far over your head it nearly tickled gods bollox.

Hammer and Pickle 10:00 Mon Jun 24
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Your mind has been made up?

Note the lack of an active subject.

master 9:18 Mon Jun 24
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Dry your eyes mate, I know it's hard to take but our mind has been made up.

Hammer and Pickle 9:04 Mon Jun 24
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Bit like a shit journalist pretending to be leader of the Tory party because he went to Eton and is a total jerk?

riosleftsock 8:55 Mon Jun 24
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Cat lady writes as many retractions as she does articles.

She's one of many political activists pretending to be a journalist.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:31 Mon Jun 24
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Mike Oxsaw 6:07 Mon Jun 24

'Not sure there's a big demand for English wine in the whole world,'

Plenty of demand as a quite high-quality curiosity, Mike, but fuck all supply. English wine-makers can charge a premium as it is, so don't give a fuck about tariffs.

Hammer and Pickle 7:35 Mon Jun 24
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No they won’t darling.

Dwight Van Mann 7:33 Mon Jun 24
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Hammer and Pickle 7:29 Mon Jun 24


She and the Guardian will probably issue an apology

Hammer and Pickle 7:29 Mon Jun 24
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He’s not going to take it to court.

Dwight Van Mann 7:27 Mon Jun 24
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Hammer and Pickle 7:17 Mon Jun 24

she's going to be skint if she can't prove her accusations

Hammer and Pickle 7:17 Mon Jun 24
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It is, indeed, a ridiculous claim that is unlikely ever to go to court.

Dwight Van Mann 7:11 Mon Jun 24
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Arron Banks suing Carole Cadwalladr over russian money slurs...

Observer journalist Carole Cadwalladr has vowed to fight a “ridiculous” claim for defamation made against her by Leave.EU campaign donor Arron Banks.

Prominent Brexiteer Banks has objected to Cadwalladr claiming in two recent speeches that he was offered money by the Russian Government and that he has lied about his relationship with the regime


https://www.pressgazette.co.uk/observers-carole-cadwalladr-vows-to-fight-meritless-latest-legal-threat-from-brexit-campaign-donor-arron-banks/

Hammer and Pickle 7:05 Mon Jun 24
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What you see below is "drunken abuse" in Batz's world.

She is, you see, not very well and pretty much totally fucked up on NHS gack.

Dwight Van Mann 6:58 Mon Jun 24
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Classic Pickle - can't answer a question so resorts to drunken abuse

Hammer and Pickle 6:57 Mon Jun 24
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Troll50

My claim is the UK is far better off in the EU than out of it when it comes to doing business with Japan or any other major trade player.

My other claim is all you can do is talk crap.

What you reckon my claim is has nothing to do with me.

Prometheus50 6:33 Mon Jun 24
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H&P

Is that the best you can do ?

Still no real evidence to back a single claim you have made

Mike Oxsaw 6:32 Mon Jun 24
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How many prepared tomatoes do you get to the Lexus these days?

Hammer and Pickle 6:28 Mon Jun 24
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Bore off, twat.

Prometheus50 6:15 Mon Jun 24
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H&P

Two key points you'll find in the summary document are :-

"2. Agriculture and food products – Japan is a highly valuable export market for European farmers and food producers. With annual exports worth over €5.7 billion, Japan is already the EU’s fourth biggest market for agricultural exports. Over time around 85% of EU agri- food products (in tariff lines) will be allowed to enter Japan entirely duty-free. This corresponds to 87% of current agri-food exports by value.

The agreement will eliminate or sharply reduce duties on agricultural products in which the EU has a major export interest, such as pork, the EU’s main agricultural export to Japan, ensuring duty-free trade with processed pork meat and almost duty-free trade for fresh pork meat exports. Tariffs on beef will be cut from 38.5% to 9% over 15 years for a significant volume of beef products.

EU wine exports to Japan are already worth around €1 billion and represent the EU’s second biggest agricultural export to Japan by value. The 15% tariff on wine will be scrapped from day one, as will tariffs for other alcoholic drinks.

As regards cheese exports, where the EU is already the main player on the Japanese market, high duties on many hard cheeses such as Gouda and Cheddar (which currently are at 29.8%) will be eliminated, and a duty-free quota will be established for fresh cheeses such as Mozzarella. The EU-Japan agreement will also scrap today's customs duties (with a transitional period) for processed agricultural products such as pasta, chocolates, cocoa powder, candies, confectionary, biscuits, starch derivatives, prepared tomatoes and tomato sauce. There will also be significant quotas for EU exports (duty-free or with reduced duty) of malt, potato starch, skimmed milk powder, butter and whey."

and

"The EU-Japan agreement will remove EU tariffs of 10 percent on Japanese cars and 3 percent for most car parts. ... The flagship deal comes after widespread anti-globalization protests threatened the earlier EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) which a region of Belgium objected to in 2016.12 Dec 2018"

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