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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 12:47 Wed Jun 26
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That said, if there was 2nd Ref with remain vs ND Brexit as the options then remain would win, probably handsomely.

BRANDED 12:37 Wed Jun 26
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You'd consider having a wank on a polling site?

ChillTheKeel 12:34 Wed Jun 26
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YouGov also says 28% of the public want a no-deal Brexit while 43% want to revoke A50 and remain in EU.

YouGov isn't worth a wank though.

Hammer and Pickle 12:32 Wed Jun 26
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Not according to this

https://whatukthinks.org/eu/questions/should-the-united-kingdom-remain-a-member-of-the-european-union-or-leave-the-european-union-asked-after-the-referendum/

BRANDED 12:32 Wed Jun 26
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Side. One problem I have with Brits feeling aggrieved is they had the benefit of free education, a superb country and amazing opportunities to work and do better by having the entirety of the EU to do it in while others grew up in communist states and decided to do better.

Lee Trundle 12:24 Wed Jun 26
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The latest YouGov poll has the majority wanting, in some form, to leave the EU. 57% compared to the 43% who want to remain.

Plus the Brexit Party is still stop of the polls when it comes to voting intention.

Seems like the longer this drags on, the more support Brexit is getting.

Side of Ham 12:20 Wed Jun 26
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That's correct Braindead, but we were told they were here to do the jobs we refused to do and help us out, but in a generation of them being here their kids will be sitting here as UK citizens refusing to do the same jobs the BRITISH were accused of being entitled about.

You're a bit thick for 'entrepreneur' you can only think at best 5 years forwards to not realise this.

BRANDED 12:16 Wed Jun 26
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People will be employed if they are best for the job, no just those who feel entitled.

Side of Ham 12:03 Wed Jun 26
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Ok PRICKle, do you think the children of your nation who have settled here in the UK will want their kids to do the jobs they've come over for.

Or do you think they will want them to get the sorts of jobs they weren't needed for?

No news sources or journalism needed on this question just fact.

Hammer and Pickle 11:44 Wed Jun 26
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Eerie Descent 11:12 Wed Jun 26

For the answer to that very good question, look no further than the news sources and journalism designed to keep you in the false belief that the EU and "foreigners" are your enemy and are there to take your job on behalf of the evil liberal elite and Bilderberg Group.

riosleftsock 11:19 Wed Jun 26
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"We have always been at war with Eastasia"

Eerie Descent 11:12 Wed Jun 26
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"Odd given the EU offers a clear way out of the oppression of the class system for millions of working class UK citizens."



How come they are in oppression given the amount of time we've been in the EU?

BRANDED 10:54 Wed Jun 26
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Once, twice, three times a Dunning-Krueger effect

BRANDED 10:49 Wed Jun 26
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Thrice

the last eastender 10:38 Wed Jun 26
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This thread contains a perfect example of the "Dunning-Krueger" effect.

the last eastender 10:38 Wed Jun 26
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This thread contains a perfect example of the "Dunning-Krueger" effect.

the last eastender 10:37 Wed Jun 26
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This thread contains a perfect example of the "Dunning-Krueger" effect.

Hammer and Pickle 11:19 Tue Jun 25
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"I'd love to know how many times the top 5 posters on this thread have each posted. I bet people have been sectioned for less."

What's it like?

BRANDED 11:19 Tue Jun 25
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Don’t be such a smarty pants

smartypants 11:18 Tue Jun 25
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Id love to know how many times the top 5 posters on this thread have each posted. I bet people have been sectioned for less.

Hammer and Pickle 11:17 Tue Jun 25
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Odd given the EU offers a clear way out of the oppression of the class system for millions of working class UK citizens.

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