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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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Mike Oxsaw 9:28 Sat Dec 15
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*sneaks into thread*

*carves "TWATS!" into the bottom of yet another barrel of Reasons-to-not-leave-the-EU".*

*sneaks out again.*

Gavros 8:37 Sat Dec 15
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You can bet your life this twat voted leave

https://twitter.com/ShitJokes/status/1070348188639485952

Westham67 6:57 Sat Dec 15
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ray winstone 4:29 Sat Dec 15

Nice hahaha

Willtell 5:47 Sat Dec 15
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I don't know whether this is genuine but apparently, clip of lawyers throwing EU law books away in France now...

https://twitter.com/AbrahamEkris/status/1073617543028502529

Willtell 5:35 Sat Dec 15
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That Coffee is a right fanny....

Mike Oxsaw 4:58 Sat Dec 15
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That's trade between blocs, Coffee.

What does the EU actually BUY that gives it this claimed "vast purchasing power".

Crassus 4:58 Sat Dec 15
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Ray
Nice work, thanks

Hammer and Pickle 4:55 Sat Dec 15
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I'm afraid that is not going to help much with the prices the UK gets for goods it purchases from Australia as part of the EU trading bloc. Or India for the matter as well, but good effort at obfuscation there.

Coffee 4:50 Sat Dec 15
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Wrong link!

https://researchbriefings.parliament.uk/ResearchBriefing/Summary/CBP-7851

Coffee 4:50 Sat Dec 15
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Mike, this glimpse of EU-UK trade offers an idea:

And vaccination goes hand in hand with sterilisation, because there are many injuries - dog on dog - during the mating seasons. Remove that biological imperative to mate and the spread of rabies will also be reduced.

Mike Oxsaw 4:45 Sat Dec 15
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What does the EU actually buy that gives it this "vast purchasing power"?

Willtell 4:32 Sat Dec 15
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Excellent ray...

ray winstone 4:29 Sat Dec 15
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
https://twitter.com/oldmanlikeron/status/1073928569406017536?s=21

Spot on Ron.

Hammer and Pickle 4:26 Sat Dec 15
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Address the post or you're just another neurotic clodhopper, Ratched.

Crassus 4:24 Sat Dec 15
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I note that Macron appears to still have a few of those
Happy EU campers the French

Nurse Ratched 4:24 Sat Dec 15
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I am enjoying Pickles's frequent references to cricket in his nauseating campaign to prove he's English. It isn't working, but it's funny to watch.

Next up: afternoon tea.

Hammer and Pickle 4:16 Sat Dec 15
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The cricket sledging analogy is I'm afraid very apt.

That is unless the Aussies agree to provide the UK with products at prices the EU can negotiate with its vastly superior purchasing power. Strangely enough, Abbot doesn't seem to mention this in his nasty little screed, but then the intention was to distract from exactly this aspect of WTO reality outside the EU, though of course his beef with the EU is clear.

With friends like Abbot, who needs enemies?

Hermit Road 2:00 Sat Dec 15
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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/12/15/christmas-agatha-christie-will-reflect-parallels-fascism-brexit/

Nice to see the beeb maintaining an impartial position with one of their flagship Christmas dramas being written to liken Brexit to 30s fascism.

Hermit Road 1:51 Sat Dec 15
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, 11:10 Sat Dec 15

We didn’t have 4 separate votes for each country that makes up the UK. We had 1.

BRANDED 12:56 Sat Dec 15
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Its debt.
Most debt is just majically created out of nothing by lenders. They can do it because they have much smaller amounts of deposits.

Anyway. Its created to keep growth going. But if most growth is just debt creation where does that lead to? Bearing in mind most if the assets and debt is held by a tiny minority but is generall insured by everybody.

overbyyer 12:52 Sat Dec 15
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Looks like we are about to start another cyclical world recession then.

Perpetual Consumer debt is the only thing keeping our economy alive - people buying things they don't need, with money they haven't got, to impress people they don't know.

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