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EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
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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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Crassus 9:02 Wed Apr 24
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Sturgeon is a cunt make no mistake

She will still expect the English tax payer to subsidise their profligacy, want access to our social benefits and all that brings

Not unlike a certain subletting ponce on here as it goes, and doubtless, will still hold an opinion on how we are so dastardly for wanting what would be a most satisfying outcome - getting shot of the worthless cunts

And Sturgeon, whilst not her lot are not emptying our watercourses of carp and swans, will be right up shit creek when it comes to the currency and not least, that the EU are minded to fuck them off - they have enough spongers for Germany's taste

New Jersey 8:42 Wed Apr 24
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I hate Sturgeon, she should just shut the fuck up and be grateful the City of London are subsidising the sweaties with their shit football team and deep fried mars bars!


She should have concentrated on trying to control her sex pest mentor, instead of harping on all the time about a second referendum!

, 7:33 Wed Apr 24
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Gavros, I did not say a hard border would not be required did I?

I do not recall in the run up to the Scottish independence referendum anyone being hot and bothered about a hard border if the Scots won independence and had to wait a while prior to joining the EU.

Hammer and Pickle 7:27 Wed Apr 24
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Calm down Russ - all I'm asking is how voting for the Brexit Party is going to fit in with your life becoming more satisfying for you.

Meanwhile, Parliament is there to make laws for everyone, not just those who have won a referendum vote that was never based on actual legislation for real Brexit.

Is getting all angry about this the full extent of your political expectation?

Gavros 7:26 Wed Apr 24
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"As there is no Good Friday type agreement and Scotland is already a united entity etc a so called hard border would not be anywhere near a political issue."

Would still be required if England regulations/ standards departed from EU's.

, 7:25 Wed Apr 24
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I would vote to maintain the Union.

twoleftfeet 7:22 Wed Apr 24
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So Sturgeon wants another independence referendum by 2021?

I say let’s make it happen in 2020 and instead of asking the Scots if they want to leave ask the English if WE want them to stay.

, 6:59 Wed Apr 24
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As there is no Good Friday type agreement and Scotland is already a united entity etc a so called hard border would not be anywhere near a political issue.

master 6:19 Wed Apr 24
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What's Nicola's solution for the (apparent) need for a hard border between Lamberton and Gretna?

Russ of the BML 6:18 Wed Apr 24
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Hammer and Pickle 2:32 Wed Apr 24

Oh do fuck off with your fucking public responsibility you complete fucking cretin. What about Parliaments responsibility to the public? This isn't about the public this is about Parliament and a political system pissing on the people.

riosleftsock 6:02 Wed Apr 24
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Darlo Debs 5:55 Wed Apr 24
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So DUP want to leave and SNP want another referendum.if we do leave? Looks like the Conservative & Unionist Party might have to change their name.


Why?

Block 5:57 Wed Apr 24
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A Change UK Candidate has been forced to resign already because of previous racial tweets.

I wish social media didn't actually exist.

Darlo Debs 5:55 Wed Apr 24
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So DUP want to leave and SNP want another referendum.if we do leave? Looks like the Conservative & Unionist Party might have to change their name.

Block 4:36 Wed Apr 24
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SHELTERED LIFE

Darby_ 4:28 Wed Apr 24
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Gavv, someone should make a list of all your wrong predictions. Scotland will never vote to leave with the oil price so low. The Scots aren't stupid.

Block 3:43 Wed Apr 24
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Or

We leave the EU, and Scotland vote to remain in the UK. Which is more than likely.

Sturgeon is a fucking plank.

Gavros 3:41 Wed Apr 24
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Newsflash: Sturgeon says she wants Scotland to hold second independence referendum by May 2021




It'll come down to this. England changes its mind and stays in the EU. Or it leaves and the UK falls apart.

Willtell 3:37 Wed Apr 24
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I don't want a 2nd referendum. I just want the country to make its fucking mind up and leave or remain.

Just don't push it further up the road. Indecision is costing UK more than actual Brexit ever will...

Block 3:29 Wed Apr 24
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How are brexiteers arseholes, Gavvy?

Put aside opinion on whether to stay or leave for a moment.

Ultimately, it doesn't matter what you voted you want what's best for the country but it's all a matter of opinion.

That's the beauty of democracy.

There's no need for bitterness, However I'd actually really welcome an 2nd referendum so the leave voters can absolutely clean the floor with the remain bunch to show them the country is even more fed up of the EU now after they way they have conducted themselves.

Willtell 3:27 Wed Apr 24
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And your point is....?

, 3:04 Wed Apr 24
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The Farage Party is a wonderful construct. The originator of it Carolin Blaiklock, former UKIP economics spokesperson, has been forced to leave due to her islamophobic tweets and the newly installed treasurer, Michael Mcgough, has been removed due to his homophobic and anti Semitic tweets. In addition this party now boasts fourteen MEPs all of whom have opportunistically jumped from the UKIP ship.

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