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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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only1billybonds 12:08 Mon Mar 30
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Yes Everard the EU will be very handy,even more so once they get the ALBANIANS in. Good luck mush, what can possibly go wrong for an organisation that takes over 5 hours in a conference call to formulate a paragraph.

Again, THANK FUCK WE'RE OUT.

Hammer and Pickle 11:53 Sun Mar 29
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No one gives a toss, 1/2balls. And common structures like the EU are gonna come in handy when we rebuild from this. Your really are an enormous wally - do you know that?

only1billybonds 11:47 Sun Mar 29
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Its over you blustering mess. But you keep denying it,you clearly have little else in your life to comfort you.

Go have a group hug at the bench,Sav will look after you.

Hammer and Pickle 11:36 Sun Mar 29
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It's a pisstake, and so are you 1/2balls.

only1billybonds 11:27 Sun Mar 29
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Everard.

You carry on with your denial if it comforts yoou.

Truth is the bloc is crumbling,the Italians and Spanish are furious at the lack of help coming from the EU. Fuck me,didnt they hit Luigi with a €7 million fine for helping out hotels in Sardinia the other week?

That channel has been running for a while now and is forever highlighting the mess that is EU politics,ya know,the content the MSM deliberately avoid.

Get what you can out of em Evers,it wont be there forever.

Mike Oxsaw 11:17 Sun Mar 29
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Sven Roeder 11:04 Sun Mar 29

There will only be one team - Euro United.

Pickled's already knitting his structural bobble hat and 1/27th & 1/27th & 1/27th & 1/27th & 1/27th & 1/27th & 1/27th &... scarf as we speak.

Mike Oxsaw 11:13 Sun Mar 29
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joe royal 11:09 Sun Mar 29

Volkswagen?

Then they will also need to bring in the right sort of Volk from the Fatherland to make/drive them.

Locals can go back to the land.

joe royal 11:09 Sun Mar 29
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Mike Oxsaw

Think a few car factories have been set up in the old eastern bloc.

Sven Roeder 11:04 Sun Mar 29
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Seems fine Mike

Except when it comes to Euro 2020 & Germany have a team of Germans, French, Spaniards etc

Hammer and Pickle 11:02 Sun Mar 29
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You really bon't realise that's a pisstake, 1/2balls?

Fucking hell.

only1billybonds 10:57 Sun Mar 29
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https://youtu.be/x-pUWkbhiig


Not looking good for our chums in the EU.

Thank fuck we are no longer part of this cuntfest

Mike Oxsaw 12:26 Sat Mar 28
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Sven Roeder 11:34 Sat Mar 28

If that happens then surely the most natural and obvious thing to do is for Germany to expand her borders, say, 300km outwards in every direction, in order to properly accommodate it's newly acquired population of immigrants.

In fact, all they really need do is relabel the EU "Germany", and job done.

Kaiser Zoso 11:35 Sat Mar 28
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lol

Sven Roeder 11:34 Sat Mar 28
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Reckon a few more countries like Holland might be queuing up for their own Brexit (Netherexit?) once they realise their bills to support the beggars like Greece and Poland which were going up once Britain left are now going stratospheric.
Might just be left with Germany stuck with all the ponces sucking at Merkels TEAT & the European Fatherland Plan in tatters.

Mike Oxsaw 11:01 Sat Mar 28
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Eastern Europe has had decades since the fall of the Berlin wall to get it's fiscal & commercial acts in order.

Given it's geographical location and abundant resources (both human & natural) it should be beating off global investors with a shitty stick.

Why is this not the case?

Hammer and Pickle 10:40 Sat Mar 28
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I see the Arsehole of Biblical Proportions has learnt absolutely nothing from the 20th Century. It's comprehensive school stuff on the French obsession of punishing Germany at Versailles that lead directly to the collapse of civil order in the Europe of Europe and rise of the Nazis ЦОЦК has failed to grasp.

So of course he cannot comprehend that the whole point of the EU is to make sure there is an institutional order tying Germany into a cooperative and supporting relationship with its continental partners.

D- (oh and fuck off).

only1billybonds 10:32 Sat Mar 28
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Crucial now that we dont extend the transition period this keeping us tied to EU rules. The cost of this pandemic is going to be huge for everyone,as i said before,it would be insane for us to stay tied to the bloc in anyway that would force us to help with the eventual bailout.

The crumbling of the efidice will hasten. Be right up the Albanians street.

Mike Oxsaw 10:21 Sat Mar 28
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This virus, then, offers the perfect opportunity to do that. A single dose of medicine to cure two ills.

riosleftsock 10:16 Sat Mar 28
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Mike

It goes back to the same situation Varoufakis wrote about in his book.

Let them use the drachma again, so they can devalue their currency once its over. They just need to agree what percentage of debt can be converted to drachma and how much must be in euros or usd.

Or else every country will start demanding the real cost of WW2 reparations from Germany. The argument never ends, because the problem was not resolved fairly 75 years ago.

Mike Oxsaw 10:04 Sat Mar 28
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I make the Dutch PM right.

Don't spent money that you haven't earned, can't earn, won't earn, or have no intention of ever earning.

The world does not ow the Greeks a living simply because it's often regarded as the seat of modern democracy.

balders 7:10 Sat Mar 28
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The gift that keeps giving

The Dutch pm has been accused of being a modern day chamberlain an appeaser by the Greek finance minister

All because he has stood up for the Dutch people and has said won’t agree to euro bonds where the Dutch have to bail out Italy Spain Greece and Eastern Europe again

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