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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 4:32 Fri Feb 28
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When the report is published all shall be revealed.

At the moment it looks like No. 10 is suppressing proof of something it finds extremely inconvenient around the 2016 referendum and Kremlin social media/political machinations, especially given the tie-in to Tory party funds.

only1billybonds 4:26 Fri Feb 28
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Vote rigging?

Dont suppose there's anything bearing a passing resemblance to proof that supports this claim?

Na didnt think so.

Dopey cunt.

Don Ravioli 4:25 Fri Feb 28
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Swiss has actually got a point with that one.

riosleftsock 4:24 Fri Feb 28
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Bexley

If you import garlic in the UK you get it tariff free from the EU at an exorbitant price.

If you buy it from outside the EU you get it very cheaply but with a 200% tariff applied by the EU (nearly all of which gets sent to Brussels).

Have a think.

Oh, and South African wine is shit.

Kaiser Zoso 4:20 Fri Feb 28
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You’d have to be the worlds thickest cunt not to realise the racism in that post

Swiss. 4:15 Fri Feb 28
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Golden Oldie

Yes this is what I told these dumb ass Brexshiters. They throw out all the white Christian "Poles" and replace them with non Christian folk from the East bringing their viruses and diseases .

Be careful what you wish for. "Pint of Lager Sanjay"

Hammer and Pickle 4:13 Fri Feb 28
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Wonder when all those suppressed reports on economic impact and vote-rigging will see light of day...

Bexley Ironworks 4:09 Fri Feb 28
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I've learnt something new then. If you give up your access to goods from the markets closest to you as well as totally alienating said markets in the process, then the ones furthest away will run to your aid and fill the subsequent void, by selling you the cream of their produce for a much lower price.

Supply & demand doesn't impact cost or quality anymore .

You're a room full of idiots, all agreeing with what the idiot next to you is saying. Just because there's a majority of idiots on this thread reinforcing each others rhetoric, that doesn't make you correct. All it proves is that there are for more idiots around than sensible people. A fact which us sensible people have know all along.

Johnson 3:28 Fri Feb 28
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Hammer & Bexley

Lee Trundle 3:24 Fri Feb 28
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... and he's also one of these remainers (like BRANDED) that have suddenly made a shed load of money from the result of Brexit happening, and attempts to look down their nose towards the rest of us.

Lee Trundle 3:22 Fri Feb 28
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Bexley Ironworks has hardly posted since Brexit, which shows how GUTTED he is about it.

Side of Ham 3:14 Fri Feb 28
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The only thing he produces South of the equator is bollocks.......

only1billybonds 3:00 Fri Feb 28
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Pickle Rick.

Dont be so fucking preposterous. As far as remainers/rejoiners are concerned facts are something that get in the way of their viewpoint so therefore can be excluded.

Side of Ham 2:59 Fri Feb 28
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Do 'facts' of a known scaremonger count on here anyways?

Put him to one side with the rest, he's the wrong side of the river as well.

Pickle Rick 2:54 Fri Feb 28
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Bexley Ironworks 1:42 Fri Feb 28

I trust you can provide facts to back up your statement?

BRANDED 2:31 Fri Feb 28
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“Immigration for study”

Good business if you can get it

Golden Oldie 2:24 Fri Feb 28
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Congrats go out to hard line nationalist* Brexiters Priti Patel and BoJo Ataturk

The Conservative Party now holds the record for allowing the largest number of non-EU migrants into Britain, which is quite a feat when you consider how out of control the borders were under Thatcher, Blair and every other government in power for the last 100 years.

Migration to UK from outside EU hits record level, figures show
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/migration-immigration-eu-highest-level-brexit-ons-figures-work-a9362531.html


Brexit is Brexit
Kalergi Plan Rules UK
Genocide sounds so much sweeter if you tune into the BBC



* To which nation they are loyal to is undisclosed.

Jaan Kenbrovin 2:15 Fri Feb 28
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As if that cunt produces wine anyway.

Proper beard nonsense.

riosleftsock 2:09 Fri Feb 28
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Surf

You forgot to mention that south african wine is undrinkable shite these days.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:06 Fri Feb 28
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Bexley

Utter twaddle.

'The rest of the world has existing trade agreements with the EU that they will put ahead of any future relationship with the UK. Not only that, they are watching and can see that an acrimonious split is not far down the line, making any workable future UK / EU relationship unlikely. Having significantly limited our options for trade with our nearest neighbours, the rest of the world isn’t going to give us cheap goods as some of you think.'

Most of those EU FTAs are no such thing, being incredibly limited in scope - the Japanese deal being the prime example. Why would the rest of the world run scared of the EU? What possible sanction could there be?

Clearly you don't understand how tariffs work. Nobody is asking for countries to sell us cheap food. It's just that the food they currently offer will become cheaper to the UK consumer if tariffs are lowered to EU levels or if a FTA is arranged.

The UK has no shortage of wine whatsoever. God alone knows why anyone would buy SA wine instead of better quality, cheaper, South American alternatives. You hardly see any on supermarket shelves now anyway. Hard Brexit would push up the price of EU wines while other wines would remain at the same price or become cheaper. There's no world wine shortage, that's forr sure.

Jaan Kenbrovin 1:57 Fri Feb 28
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Bexley Ironworks 1:42 Fri Feb 28

What a load of bollocks.

A wine shortage has been predicted globally due to climate change.

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