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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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After8 8:10 Fri Mar 22
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There is f all chance of the Conservatives party voting for us to be in the EU elections and I doubt Corbyn would go for that either.

After8 8:01 Fri Mar 22
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Wow there is a lot going on and it is very fluid. Anyone predicting what will happen with rigid confidence doesn't know what they're talking about.

Frankly, we're in meltdown mode. The DUP statement really has caused a ruckus today.

Earlier this week with no deal looking off the table, the bulk of the ERG was preparing to move towards the deal, particularly if the DUP moved too. However the EU council meeting has left no deal on the table so many within the ERG think it is still an option.

My own personal view is that Bercow will find a way of overturning the withdrawal act and stopping no deal. Any precedence or respect for the executive has gone out the window. Therefore those in the ERG who think no deal can happen are in my own personal view misguided.

Power is ebbing away by the hour from Number 10. David Liddington is running the show now which is causing issues as he is seen as being a fanatical remainer. There is wild talk of parliament using an alternative vote method and MPs ranking their choices during indictive votes or the choices being narrowed through a series of votes until MPs are down to the final two.

May's statement to the country has destroyed relations between her and her backbenchers. If she manages to cling on until December she has no chance of surviving a leadership vote now. She managed the unique feat of uniting fanatical remainers and brexiteers against her. Indeed nowadays only 3 things unite the party.

1. That the majority accept the DUP need to be onboard for a deal
2. That Corbyn would be worse than May
3. That May is shit

Nutsin 7:52 Fri Mar 22
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Nigel Farage Vows To Lead Brexit Party In European Elections

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This is probably the last thing that Jean Claude-Juncker and the unelecteed, unaccountable EU bureaucrats in Brussels wanted to hear, particularly after mercifully allowing the UK another two weeks to give Theresa May's supremely unpopular withdrawal deal one last go (or find another, softer way forward).

Days after the leader of Farage's new Brexit Party resigned over allegations of Islamophobia, former UKIP leader and Brexit architect Nigel Farage told the BBC that he would lead the "virtual" party into the European elections, should the UK decide to participate. The Europeans were reluctant to grant May's request for an extension of Article 50 until the end of June because it would create legal complications regarding the May vote for the European Parliament - a vote in which the UK has no intention of participating, according to May.


But if the UK is still part of the bloc in late May, it could be forced to participate. If that happens, Farage - who presently serves as a member of the body for southeast England - said he and the party will be ready. Crowning himself the leader of the Brexit Party, Farage told his interviewer that the party has the financial support and the backing to pose a real challenge.

"If this betrayal continues and I sense that it will, and we end up with an extension past the 23rd [of May], I will lead the Brexit Party into the elections."

Asked about his backers, Farage insisted that the party has "enough" money to run, and joked that his backers are "all registered in the UK" and that their support would "all be legal," a reference to allegations of Russian backing. Farage insisted that millions of Britons considered the extension of the Brexit deadline, which received Brussels' tentative blessing Thursday night, as a betrayal.

"Don’t worry they’re all UK registered. It’ll all be okay, it’ll all be legal. You might be surprised there are people from across the political spectrum who view what happened last night as a betrayal and a breach of trust…I’m not going to allow the political class to walk all over it."



On an unrelated note, Farage highlighted yet another depraved act of the 'remoaners' by tweeting out a story about a commemorative tea towel embroidered with the faces of dead Brexiteers.

Nutsin 7:40 Fri Mar 22
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I hear Farage has stated he will lead the Brexit party in the next elections if May tries to get an additional Brexit extension......Lets hope he does it, you know he will win bigly..... That's the solution to the problem.

Dwight Van Mann 6:24 Fri Mar 22
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Hammer and Pickle 6:17 Fri Mar 22


that's brilliant, Rigsby.
No really it is.

Mike Oxsaw 6:21 Fri Mar 22
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Pickled took all day to learn that.

*applauds*

Hammer and Pickle 6:17 Fri Mar 22
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Mike Oxsaw 6:12 Fri Mar 22
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HairyHammer 1:26 Fri Mar 22

Please explain to me why..."the very rich [want]...Brexit to happen".

If the economy goes down the pan, as remain absolutely insist it will, they won't be able to lend as much of their wealth (to it) and get even richer.

Sounds like drama queen remainer bollocks again.

Tadlad 6:09 Fri Mar 22
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The petition to leave without a deal is still open, if anyone wants to ensure a balance with the Stop Brexit one.

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/229963

COOL HAND LUKE 6:05 Fri Mar 22
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Somebody needs to check that Harry's dog has voted...
I'm sure, as Rosie is (apparently) the wealthiest, most money savvy dog in the South of England, she'll want to back Blair and protect her riches...

Nurse Ratched 6:05 Fri Mar 22
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JESIUT HANDLERS

Putin (PUTIN!)

Hammer and Pickle 6:02 Fri Mar 22
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Almost a 100 years of Soviet/Russian reflexive control over the English working class is clearly strong with you, Bigot.

They've now made common cause with the Vatican and aren't you just being jerked along at a merry rate of knots.

Pub Bigot 5:56 Fri Mar 22
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Lets just declare war on Europe. Our mates in the US will back us and Russia too, just as long as we offer them their lost eastern European territories.

New Jersey 5:51 Fri Mar 22
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I've always thought that May's deal was the best (hardest) deal that was going to be on the table. I think history will be kind to her when Brexit is written about in years to come. Nothing else will remotely get through, people haven't got the stomach for no deal or want a second referendum (despite that ludicrous poll). There's a bit of traction behind some type of Norway deal but that involves keeping freedom of movement which was, by far, the biggest of the red lines!

Nurse Ratched 5:51 Fri Mar 22
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Bot-tastic!

Hammer and Pickle 5:46 Fri Mar 22
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Over 100,000 up in 90 min.

They're flooding in.

BREAKING POINT

Dwight Van Mann 5:38 Fri Mar 22
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only1billybonds 5:10 Fri Mar 22

"And yet its still nowhere near 17.4 million is it Rigsby?"

RIGSBY!!! hahahaha
I like that

BRANDED 5:33 Fri Mar 22
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Runners and riders

https://www.livefrombrexit.com/petitions/241584?fbclid=IwAR1mdP4WcOKJN9KAYMv9Mt5Ux9BEAZ6G2A52sR7s7wKfOOsFAQwsr25xs9Y

Dwight Van Mann 5:22 Fri Mar 22
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It'll probably be your poor tenants getting the good news first.

Hammer and Pickle 5:19 Fri Mar 22
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Still waiting for Southwark Council to contact me. Or will they be using Interpol?

only1billybonds 5:10 Fri Mar 22
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And yet its still nowhere near 17.4 million is it Rigsby?

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