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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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Johnson 10:08 Mon Oct 14
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The horrible racist Thickle will be cheering them on and making monkey noises at his TV, no doubt.

Side of Ham 10:05 Mon Oct 14
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I see Bulgaria is having 1970’s style racist abuse issues tonight, would want to prevent that coming over here....

Johnson 10:05 Mon Oct 14
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You don’t half put effort into avoiding having to put up some facts don’t you, Gavvy?

Quite sad to see really, but you keep doing it to yourself. Why?

Hammer and Pickle 10:03 Mon Oct 14
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"No deal would suit me fine Bex,we get control back,we free ourselves from the bureaucracy and make trade deals with who we want."

Right, you're an idiot.

That's your lot 1balls.

only1billybonds 10:02 Mon Oct 14
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Well done Gavina,that made me chuckle..

Seen Becky lately. ?

only1billybonds 10:00 Mon Oct 14
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No deal would suit me fine Bex,we get control back,we free ourselves from the bureaucracy and make trade deals with who we want. Like i said to you earlier, they (EU) are desperate for our continued membership which means they want our money. If this wasnt the case they would have fucked us off ages ago.

Now i have a question for you. Try ro put your fanatical sycophancy towards the EU aside for a few minute and think about what is right and what isnt.

Do you think its right for a small number of people to try to overturn the result of the biggest ever voting excersise this country has ever seen just because they dont like the result?.

You know leavers get called Facists all the time yet what is going on within Parliament,including the speaker and the attitude of the msm could accurately be described as a facist coup.

So again,does this course of action get your approval?

Gavros 10:00 Mon Oct 14
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But you could've heard a pin drop
When Gavros stopped and locked the door.

Hammer and Pickle 9:54 Mon Oct 14
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Gaffer

It might help if you took the trouble to find out what their jobs are and the way they are selected.

Just a thought mate.

Gaffer58 9:51 Mon Oct 14
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I cannot ever remember having a ballot paper in EU elections that ever gave me a chance to vote for such a Tusk and Junker or their political parties, i want the people who lead us to be someone I could have voted for at least.

Hammer and Pickle 9:50 Mon Oct 14
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*then

Side of Ham 9:49 Mon Oct 14
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Everyone considered Gav, the coward of the country......

Hammer and Pickle 9:46 Mon Oct 14
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Alright than 1balls.

What do you want - the EU gives Johnson a deal which somehow passes parliament?

Or no deal?

Gavros 9:45 Mon Oct 14
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'Dismal' sums you up, chunk.

only1billybonds 9:43 Mon Oct 14
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Everard.

You do know that should we leave on a no deal basis it would benefit the EU hugely to give us a very favourable deal. Everyone knows this and just because you and your ilk tell fairy tales of impending doom and gloom it dosnt mean fuck all in the real wirld. Thay are the ramblings of a frightened bitter nasty and tedious mind.

Johnson 9:36 Mon Oct 14
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Nevermind your dismal attempts at humour, crack on with some facts.

Gavros 9:34 Mon Oct 14
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I'll give you some facts, Johnson.

But first you'll have to do the truffle shuffle.

Do it.

Gaffer58 9:34 Mon Oct 14
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Gabbros, paying taxes, they are on such basic wages they pay little if any taxes, probably then claim housing benefit, child allowance for their x number of kids, as I said earlier, those kids need educating and the NHS, so I'm sorry it's a net loss to the country economically, but hey we get to understand their culture better.

Johnson 9:32 Mon Oct 14
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Haven’t the “experts” said that the UK won’t shrink, it’ll just not grow as much as previously predicted?

As you’re piping up Gavvy, let’s have some facts from you for a change.

Dwight Van Mann 9:31 Mon Oct 14
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Pickle... you'd smash this game show, son...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0obMRztklqU

Hammer and Pickle 9:28 Mon Oct 14
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What is confirmed is you are a willingly ignorant fruitcake too lazy to consider how much the overall economy will shrink if UK firms cannot trade normally with their EU partners and set this value against that of the overall UK contribution that would be saved only in the event of a no-deal catastrophe.

You're just a heaving mess of half-digested ideology, bile and stale bullshit, Josephine.

Gavros 9:27 Mon Oct 14
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Yeah, cunts coming here, working, paying taxes....

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