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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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Hammer and Pickle 7:33 Tue Feb 25
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EATEN

BRANDED 7:29 Tue Feb 25
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yes. It said that very clearly and was repeated on several different channels. I lapped it up like a nice fluffy pussy.

Do you pick your feet your massive wand?

Kaiser Zoso 7:29 Tue Feb 25
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I can understand an old woman like braindead getting rattled about chlorinated chicken simply because he’s never been to the States and ate their chicken

ironsofcanada 7:14 Tue Feb 25
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BRANDED 7:10 Tue Feb 25

Did you read on social media that cat piss makes you younger and more exciting?

BRANDED 7:10 Tue Feb 25
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If it’s stated as being washed in cats piss I can’t see the problem with it. So long as it’s very clearly stated!

Headtheball 6:40 Tue Feb 25
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Just like in Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy when the dolphins left earth we should tell the EU ‘Goodbye and thanks for all the fish’.

Far Cough 6:38 Tue Feb 25
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Or it could be they want to control the market.


In a nutshell

Far Cough 6:37 Tue Feb 25
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I know for a fact that SOME swimming baths over here use more than 4ppm, because I have come out reeking of chlorine, the old Ilford swimming baths for one, but in any case, a quick shower is a good remedy for that, as is chlorinated chicken with a thorough rinse. I can't believe a country as the US would allow that practice if it is unsafe?

ironsofcanada 6:18 Tue Feb 25
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Far Cough 6:08 Tue Feb 25

It is a fair bit more than a swimming pool. see below

But salad leaves get washed with the same.

The EU has said the wash itself is safe.

It bans it because it say that, essentially, it is a quick fix for potential poor practices earlier in the process

Or it could be they want to control the market.

Far Cough 6:08 Tue Feb 25
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Can't see the problem really, they just use a chlorinated wash, which I assume is rinsed after? it's not like they are injecting with chlorine, or am I missing something here?


Probably just as much chlorine you get at your local swimming baths

New Jersey 6:00 Tue Feb 25
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If the fucking Chinese had chlorinated their chickens, foxes, bats, badgers etc, etc we wouldn't have this virus fucking up my share prices!

Mike Oxsaw 5:55 Tue Feb 25
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The cold takes longer to seep through thick northerners.

ironsofcanada 5:55 Tue Feb 25
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I will add to that, I eat way more chicken here than I ever did at home.


But I think a lot of that is down to how expensive beef is.

ironsofcanada 5:52 Tue Feb 25
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The EU's deal with Canada does not include free trade of poultry which is washed with 20-55 ppm sodium hypochlorite or calcium hypochlorite solutions. Tap water or a pool can be up to 4 ppm. Same range as the States

Canada does this to its domestic poultry of course. But of the States, the UK and Canada, Canada has the longest life expectancy.

Take that for what you will.

BRANDED 5:40 Tue Feb 25
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Russ.

For sure. But that wouldn’t explain life expectancy dropping after being stable for some time in some poor areas.

Russ of the BML 5:37 Tue Feb 25
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BRANDED 4:40 Tue Feb 25

It's colder and grimmer up North. End of.

riosleftsock 5:32 Tue Feb 25
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That's right Branded.

It would be as stupid as pumping antibiotics into chickens.

We should only import chickens from first world countries with excellent animal husbandry and animal welfare records such as Vietnam, Thailand and Brazil.

BRANDED 5:27 Tue Feb 25
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Either we ban it OR we might as well douse our dead animals in chemicals as well?

riosleftsock 5:24 Tue Feb 25
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According to reports in the Guardian newspaper, the EU will demand that the UK maintains a ban on chlorinated chicken as the price for a trade agreement with the bloc.

Of course.

BRANDED 5:20 Tue Feb 25
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National Farmers' Union president Minette Batters said it would be "morally bankrupt" to open UK borders to food which would be illegal to produce here

So I suppose we might as well dose our dead carcasses with acid or alkaline as well?

Is this s good step forward?

Hammer and Pickle 5:00 Tue Feb 25
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Can't get the quality anymore.

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