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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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Willtell 10:05 Fri Feb 15
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No Gavliar. The point is that a democratic majority decided to leave the EU. Doesn't matter what gets said by liars like you.....

Hammer and Pickle 10:03 Fri Feb 15
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Shit it rental.

Mike Oxsaw 10:00 Fri Feb 15
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I can't see any trade being done between ANY countries if the buyer & seller can't agree terms on the transactions.

So if the politicians impose tariffs, each will find another partner with whom to trade. The EU will be powerless to prevent the UK from doing so, and the UK won't give a fuck what the EU do.

Gavros 9:58 Fri Feb 15
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it doesnt matter what i say, just as it dodnt matter what numerous businesses have said, just as it doesnt matter what loads of leaked government no deal preparations have said, or what the EU no deal notices have said, nor what the detailed analysis that the government is now being forced to published says. You'll always say ITS PROJECT FEAR and ignore it. So whats the point of trying to convince you utter, utter cunts?

Mike Oxsaw 9:52 Fri Feb 15
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We'll take that as an "I've no fucking idea", then, Gavvy.

Glad that's agreed, at least.

Hammer and Pickle 9:51 Fri Feb 15
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The UK will continue to trade on the EU''s terms while no longer a member of the Union due to the Tory party's fuckup.

HTH Rental.

Willtell 9:51 Fri Feb 15
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There's something wrong with your logic. I support the democratic decision against my own European interests for the overall good of UK.

You on the other hand are a cowardly wanker screaming for nearly 3 years to deny democracy. I think there's more than one "vile cunt" on here but it isn't me Gavliar! In case you haven't noticed you're one of them pal....

Gavros 9:48 Fri Feb 15
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You'll die, and I'll laugh.

Now fuck off, wanker.

Mike Oxsaw 9:47 Fri Feb 15
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Gavros 9:43 Fri Feb 15

So, come on then Gavrot, enlighten us. What WILL happen?

Gavros 9:43 Fri Feb 15
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well that's easy for you to say, sitting back with your glass of wine and sat on your pension in France.

Your lack of consideration for what will actually happen marks you out even more for the vile cunt that you are.

Willtell 9:37 Fri Feb 15
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Easy Gavliar. I watched a woman MP lunchtime on Politics Live. She made similar comments to you to justify her position denying a democratic decision.

You know the sort of things. Falling off a cliff. No-one voted to be poorer. Catastrophic no deal. That sort of thing. It's going to be funny when UK leaves with "no deal" and does really well....

Gavros 8:22 Fri Feb 15
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Define "let down" Wullie?

Willtell 8:00 Fri Feb 15
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One thing's for sure. Someone is going to have the piss taken out of them for ever more on WHO if UK isn't let down by chickenshit politicians.

Gavros 7:13 Fri Feb 15
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Im not so sure about some of the claims made by either side of what you call Project FEAR.

However, Im absolutely certain that youve been 100% successful with Project CUNT.

Mike Oxsaw 7:04 Fri Feb 15
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:48 Fri Feb 15

I wish they would - I know loads of people that have made a fucking fortune out of SAP - and none of them are the actual users.

Talk about being sold a dream. If I EVER had a regret in my working life it was in not going down the SAP maintenance path.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 7:03 Fri Feb 15
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Gav

So, seeing as the Project Fear story is that there will be IMMEDIATE chaos at our ports, we are going to diverge from those standards on March 30th are we? And never, ever, ever give any thought to how changing standards are to be addressed in future. And of course, we could NEVER say to our importers, 'it is illegal to buy goods that don't conform to our standards and you will be prosecuted if you do'.

Gavros 6:53 Fri Feb 15
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because our intention is to diverge from those standards, or, more precisely, we cant guarantee that we wont diverge from those standards. Not that we want to, more because we'd be forced to to get even a half decent trade deal with the US.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:51 Fri Feb 15
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Why would we have to start to do those checks on imports from countries whose standards are acceptable to us and have been for 40 years?

Hammer and Pickle 6:49 Fri Feb 15
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That’s the first nice thing you’ve ever said to me.

Keep up the good work, Raindrop.

Gavros 6:49 Fri Feb 15
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Lorries coming in are checked for illegal migrants. They are not sanitary and phytosanitary checks, apart from the odd few lorries coming in that have already gone through the EU's border and are double checked.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:48 Fri Feb 15
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Hammer and Pickle 6:44 Fri Feb 15

Precisely. Are you suggesting that when we leave the EU the UK's companies will have to junk all their systems that provide such a paper-trail?

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