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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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ChillTheKeel 1:59 Sun Oct 20
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You'll be denying you have an attachment disorder next, you stalky little drunk. Take it to PM and stop infesting this thread with your drunken drivel.

Side of Ham 1:54 Sun Oct 20
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Only mincers like you, use youtube, and try to discredit the person they argue with by making up them of having an addiction.

You’ve had the privilege of a private school education and have wasted it.

Hammer and Pickle 1:49 Sun Oct 20
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How can you expect a reasoned response to the claim that Remain is made up of the top of the elite when you have cunts like JRM and this absolute tosser of an Eton toff claiming they are going to “deliver Brexit”?

I’ll draw a veil of kind silence over rest of your effort.

ChillTheKeel 1:48 Sun Oct 20
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Three attempts to get my attention from the drunken mess and its not even midday on a Sunday.

Enjoy, Snide

https://youtu.be/jdug6yHJB40

Side of Ham 1:46 Sun Oct 20
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Chilledlikeposter, stop posting like you could ever handle yourself, you come across as even more of a cunt, stick to the mincey party politics, there’s a good boy.

COOL HAND LUKE 1:42 Sun Oct 20
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Hammer and Pickle 1:34 Sun Oct 20

Ah yes... a reasoned and articulate response...

Afraid to fly too close to the sun, are we..?

ChillTheKeel 1:42 Sun Oct 20
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He's probably run off again, like he always does after a snide remark.

ChillTheKeel 1:37 Sun Oct 20
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zebthecat 1:34

Did you see his cosy chat with Alistair Campbell, you gobby little runt?

zebthecat 1:34 Sun Oct 20
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"McDonnell is practically morphing into a neoliberal."

Fuck me you are a collosal idiot.

Hammer and Pickle 1:34 Sun Oct 20
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All of it.

It’s total bullshit - every turgid paragraph.

COOL HAND LUKE 1:31 Sun Oct 20
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Next GE result will depend on how thoroughly we can prevent / stop all the fiddling that goes on, as per the Peterborough by-election...

Full ID required, must show your polling card, full checks on Postal Voting, and Vote Harvesting made illegal. THEN we might get some honest results.

Having said that, the Tories were just as culpable as Labour in Peterborough, they raised barely a whisper about what went on. Fact is, they were more interested in stopping TBP than getting an honest vote...

H&P:
What part of my last post are you disputing?

Side of Ham 1:26 Sun Oct 20
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Shut up Chilledlikeposter this thread doesn’t need yet more of your childlike, mincey, party politics, comfort blanket, bollocks.

ChillTheKeel 1:17 Sun Oct 20
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McDonnell is practically morphing into a neoliberal. He and the rest of his band of faux-socialist europhiles have just cost Labour the next GE, unless Farage creates an avalanche.

only1billybonds 1:13 Sun Oct 20
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I see Mcdonnell is quoted as saying that Labour WILL (not can) win the next election.

Dunno if this cunt needs to go to see his nurse or his drug dealer.

Speaking of elections,the next one will be like nothing we have seen in years,a lot of mp's will be out on their arses.

Hammer and Pickle 1:12 Sun Oct 20
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All that pixel space just to be totally wrong.

Pack it in son.

COOL HAND LUKE 1:05 Sun Oct 20
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What we have is 'the few' in that very small area at the tip of the UK's social triangle, who want it all for themselves. We are talking maybe 5 - 10% of our population, or even less for the very wealthy. They are still not content, and they want the little bit that is out there spread thinly amongst 'the rest of the population'... they no longer care how those people live, or even if they survive, as long as they can be kept on the hamster wheel of life to generate wealth for the already wealthy.

Many 'remainers' who are fighting that corner have NOTHING to gain from staying in the EU... they have simply got lulled into going into bat for those above them. They are the 'faux elite', more often known as 'snobshitters'... they are simply supporting Remain because it's 'what one does, yah', rather than vex their dinner guests with a contrary view. Incredibly foolish.

This is not about jobs, or finance, or any of the other confected 'issues' which have been thrown in the way of democracy... all these things will be fine, or will recover and bloom soon enough. No. This is about the question: "Do you want to be ruled and controlled by Germany, or not?"

Because the EU, clearly, IS Germany. It is a subtle continuation of what they have tried with bombs and bullets twice already in the last 100 years or so. They are heading up the federalist push for their NWO masters, and we CANNOT let that happen.

Even if Leaving was clearly identifiable as a terrible risk in many other ways (and don't start, because it ISN'T...), we would STILL need to Leave anyway.

Leavers want to Leave to help our country and its people. Remainers (where they have a valid reason for remaining at all) want to remain for personal reasons... You only have to look at H&P on here... he is effectively having his arse wiped daily by the UK, and he doesn't want that to stop. His position is not about what is good for the UK - he doesn't give a shit about that as long as he is feather bedded to the grave at our expense. And there are MILLIONS like him, sadly.

Hammer and Pickle 1:02 Sun Oct 20
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BENEFIT FAVOURABLY

Tomshardware 12:45 Sun Oct 20
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Bonds, I'm a bit of a tit really.

Johnson 12:42 Sun Oct 20
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The division was already there, not between remain or leave but between those who seemed to benefit favourably from the EU and those who didn’t.

Tomshardware 12:37 Sun Oct 20
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Ok there were threats and lies on both sides but some of the long term implications of leaving the EU may only become apparent in the years to come.

The biggest worry of Brexit for me is the possible turbulence it could cause in Northern Ireland plus the division it will cause within the UK. We are a tiny island all be it a powerful one in relation to our size but alienating ourselves from the rest of Europe isn't good for business.

As for people saying about wanting to take back jobs for Britiah workers, go and ask farmers what they think of that in rural areas. They can't get English people to do that kind of work, and if they are forced to pay for more for labour many will go out of business.

Fishing, in the days we had no regulations we fished stocks so much so that they have taken years to recover.

only1billybonds 12:31 Sun Oct 20
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MO.

The re join option is never discussed because the remainers think that once we are out and we dont all die within a week people will see that not having the EU to baby sit us isnt the journey into hell we have been told it will.

If by some way we end up leaving with no deal or the EU run out of patience and boot us out (they wont,they want our money) it will be no more than the surrender squad deserve.

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