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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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BRANDED 1:41 Wed Jan 23
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Its happened since the mid 70s after monetarism and globalisation.
The owners and shareholders have constantly sought both lower taxes and cheaper labour and technologies that put staff out of work.

Thats what trade rules allow for. You get some cheaper stuff but you have people on lower wages or out of work.

J.Riddle 1:41 Wed Jan 23
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In other news BREXIT already blamed for food,medicine,water shortages et al will now result in a MASSIVE SHORTAGE OF LAP DANCERS!

Russ of the BML 1:36 Wed Jan 23
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Worst Case Ontario 1:19 Wed Jan 23

This has been going on for years.

I can remember even as a kid watching the news with my dad and him tutting as a story that say, Rover" were closing a plant in Derby to move to France with a loss of 500 jobs.

I always remember my dad saying "Why are they closing here and going abroad?? I don't get it!"

So its always happened and its just horses for courses. Companies close premises somewhere and move elsewhere all the time for a host of reasons. But mainly to save money on running costs and increase profits.

The problem is now that each time this has happened since the vote it has been down to Brexit. But I can't recall what people blamed it on before.

Although what has also happened since the vote is that a lot of companies that have moved to the UK or any investment into the manufacturing industry from abroad has been generally ignored as it goes against Project Fear's and the establishments agenda.

boltkunt 1:35 Wed Jan 23
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what a twat

Davenport 1:32 Wed Jan 23
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LEHAMNS

J.Riddle 1:25 Wed Jan 23
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Apologies if already done....

WESTMINSTER RESTAURANT OWNER WON’T REMOVE ANTI-BREXIT MESSAGE ON RECEIPTS DESPITE DEATH THREATS
‘I believe love will win over hate
A restaurant owner is refusing to remove an anti-Brexit message from his eatery’s receipts after receiving death threats from Leave voters.

Restaurant owner Ibrahim Dogus, who last week added a Remain-supporting message to receipts from his London restaurant, said he and his staff have received abusive phone calls. Negative reviews of his restaurant have also been posted online.

Dogus tells The Independent: “We have been targeted by far right groups who are organised on social media and [it seems like they have been] encouraging each other to attack our business by leaving fake reviews on TripAdvisor, Google Business, and Facebook.”

The message printed at the bottom of receipts printed at Dogus’ restaurant, Westminster Kitchen, reads: “Brexit is bad. Immigrants make Britain great. They also cooked and served your food today.”

The missive also appear on receipts at the restaurateur’s other two locations in London.

However, Dogus says he has no plans to remove the message in light of the death threats and abuse.

“The message will stay on the bills until 1 February and then we will replace [it] with a different message,” he says.

“I believe love will win over hate and those who are trying to disguise their racism as political activism are once again caught out.”

The owner describes his restaurant as being “very popular with politicians” given its proximity to Parliament.

Restaurant owner Ibrahim Dogus took a photograph of the anti-Brexit message printed on a receipt at Westminster Kitchen
However, since the restaurant published the anti-Brexit missive on its bills, he says his “employees have been worried about threats of violence and abuse”.

“It has been a horrible few days and our staff feel worried about what’s happening.”

Dogus also says that several customers have tried to book a table at Westminster Kitchen under the name of far-right activist Tommy Robinson, adding they used "abusive language”.

On Sunday, Robinson posted a photograph of one of the restaurant’s receipts taken by a customer on Facebook.

“Why are they bringing politics into their food business?” he wrote.

“I do hope that 52 per cent of their customers decide to no longer give them their business,” he added, referring to the percentage of UK voters who voted to leave the European Union.

As a result of the ongoing death threats and abuse, Dogus said he has been forced to contact the Metropolitan Police in order to ensure his premises and staff aren’t in danger.

“Our manager, Maliq Konjuhi, said that he is worried that someone will come and physically attack our premises,” he adds.

The Independent has contact the London Metropolitan Police for comment.

BRANDED 1:21 Wed Jan 23
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Dyson has been running from taxes and costs for decades.
Singapore is a very flawed democracy but offers a great location for those who feel that a non democratic state would suit their goals.

Its the polar opposite of the EU.

Fo the Communist 1:19 Wed Jan 23
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Willtell -
" Most "Remainers" are only remainers because they are gullible fools that believe establishment politicians and "Project Fear""


Really? 'Project Fear' is itself a construct of the political establishment. You don't think BJ, JRM etc are not part of the political establishment?

Worst Case Ontario 1:19 Wed Jan 23
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Genuine question for those in favour of Leave. (Not a windup; for though as an observer I would think the evidence weighs against choosing Brexit, I have no horse in this race.)

How do you square pro-Brexit industrialists, such as Dyson, moving their operations out of the country? Their weak denials only add to the suspicion that they did so in anticipation of the negative effects Brexit (in any form) will likely have.

BRANDED 1:15 Wed Jan 23
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And yet you're a remainer living in the EU.

Willtell 1:13 Wed Jan 23
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Yes I read that this morning Fo but the key thing is, that the EU are now saying that they will want a hard border in the event of a "No Deal Brexit"

This is the one where they want to hold UK responsible for maintaining a soft border that they said they didn't want and needed a "backstop" to ensure UK didn't put a hard border in.

Most "Remainers" are only remainers because they are gullible fools that believe establishment politicians and "Project Fear" Yet staying in the EU means a gradual slide into the European Federation with its own military and tax raising powers. And it's not even a democracy...

BRANDED 1:12 Wed Jan 23
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Tory bosses have warned Theresa May she would lose a snap election if she called one to break the Brexit deadlock, it has been reported.

Nurse Ratched 1:10 Wed Jan 23
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https://order-order.com/2019/01/23/irish-pm-privately-telling-opposition-leaders-hard-border-will-calais/

Nurse Ratched 1:09 Wed Jan 23
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Guido is carrying a story that Varadkar is privately briefing that any 'hard border' will be in France, not the island of Ireland.

Fo the Communist 1:03 Wed Jan 23
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Surf - in fairness to Branded you can find material to state the evidence both for and against the likelihood of a hard border. Such is the whole chaotic tenor of this whole affair. Take your side and pick your evidence innit.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-46961982

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:53 Wed Jan 23
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#8

Given the UK government's insistence that no hard border controls will be placed on the British side of the border and the Irish Taoiseach's confirmation of the same, in what way does 'no deal Brexit' break the Good Friday agreement.

Willtell 12:50 Wed Jan 23
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HP for that OECD story -
https://news.sky.com/story/international-community-could-roll-with-no-deal-brexit-says-oecd-head-angel-gurria-11614825

Willtell 12:49 Wed Jan 23
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You're a stupid idiot that's pissing into a headwind BRAINDEAD.

Nice to see that the General Secretary of the Organistion for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said yesterday in an interview with Sky News that "Angel Gurria, secretary general of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), said that even the worst case scenario in Brexit would nonetheless prove manageable."

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:49 Wed Jan 23
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Branded

Sixth time.

Since you seem so keen to avoid answering, I'll try again:

It's two simple questions. What's wrong with having kids with dual nationality? And are you a racist?

If the answer to the first is, 'nothing', and the answer to the second is, 'no', then why did you post that thing about Farage?

Supplementary questions:

What is it about my asking some simple questions that you can't answer that leads you to your accusations of my unfeasibly early drunkenness?

Which specific part of my post is 'inane drivel'?

ironsofcanada 12:48 Wed Jan 23
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#5 also says nothing about the WTO

ironsofcanada 12:46 Wed Jan 23
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BRANDED 12:28 Wed Jan 23

What a strange mix of articles and from what I can see internally inconsistent. (Do you think about what you cut and paste?)

"#3. WTO is NOT a DEAL"

- If it is not a deal why does it prevent you from making a better deal

"#5. We Can’t Make Better Deals:"

#1 Specifically says the UK will have to make new deals.

Which is it?

#4. The “Rest of the World” is Relatively Poor is supported by a quite short wikipedia entry on the Economy of the African Union, which is not the rest of the world, last time I checked.

That is just with a cursory glance.

Is this a satire, like the Onion maybe?

Or do you use it make your high power business deals to get all the most important money?

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