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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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Johnson 9:34 Wed Nov 13
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Political party in wanting to be in power SHOCKER.

Do you understand how this works Chill?

ChillTheKeel 9:14 Wed Nov 13
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A Lib Dem MP decides to stands down in Canterbury for a pro remain Labour MP. So Jo Swinson decides to replace said Lib Dem MP.

This yellow Tory doesn't give a fuck about stopping Brexit, only her own fucking ambitions like the shitcunt PM.

Sven Roeder 9:08 Wed Nov 13
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17.6m people who cant find their arse with both hands?

17.4m votes for Leave makes more sense now

FatboyChelseaScum 7:56 Wed Nov 13
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Branded. Would you like to have a guess at how many of those 5m adults are not native Brits and how many of the 12.6m are pensioners?

Hammer and Pickle 7:52 Wed Nov 13
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I guess the EU is just not compatible with governments that rely on the votes of people who have the hump to the extent that those governments actively create conditions for people having the hump. The EU finds this very hard to cope with.

BRANDED 1:26 Wed Nov 13
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Brexit Party members turn on ‘traitor’ Nigel Farage after pact with Boris

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zebthecat 12:30 Wed Nov 13
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ChillTheKeel 11:57 Tue Nov 12

Actually there is more than a grain of truth in that.
Consider successive UK governments citing the EU State Aid rules while conveniently ignoring the bit that allows general economic growth (See the differing approaches to Thomas Cook airlines and Condor).
Ditto for Rail and competition where the UK deliberately ignores the rule that allows the benefits of state ownership to be considered which has lead to our railways being run Deutsche Bahn, SNCF etc.etc.

BRANDED 12:16 Wed Nov 13
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I would say that most of us on here who blather on are all able to string a few sentences together and count a bit. Fact is large parts of the country can't.

gph 12:12 Wed Nov 13
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I've only met ONE illiterate adult in my entire life.

Plenty of innumerates out there, though.

BRANDED 12:08 Wed Nov 13
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The UK is just full of thick cunts.

https://www.jrf.org.uk/press/5-million-adults-lack-basic-literacy-and-numeracy-skills

Five million adults are lacking basic reading, writing and numeracy skills essential to everyday life and being able to find and secure work, according to analysis for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) today.

5 million adults lack basic literacy and numeracy skills
It means they may struggle to carry out a number of basic tasks, ranging from writing short messages, using a cashpoint to withdraw money, being able to understand price labels on food or pay household bills.

A further 12.6 million adults lack basic digital skills – meaning they struggle to carry out tasks such as sending emails or filling out online job application forms. JRF’s research shows the internet is considered essential by the public in an era when access to public services and good deals for essentials are increasingly found online.

ChillTheKeel 11:57 Tue Nov 12
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It's not always to do with the EU being wrong or indeed against us but more to do with our own leaderships being weak and hiding behind layers of bureaucracy issued with good intent by the EU but used over here as an excuse not to do what is right

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HAAA! Eat your fucking heart out, Hobbes

Hammer and Pickle 11:54 Tue Nov 12
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The purpose of the EU is to give sovereign member governments the instruments to operate in the globalised world.

But then it is up to individual member’s governments to take those instruments and use them to further the public interest, and this is exactly what these utterly disastrous Conservative governments have absolutely failed to do.

riosleftsock 11:49 Tue Nov 12
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If the EU has no control, then what is the purpose of it?

What was the purpose of Maastricht and Lisbon?

Why do they require "pooled sovereignty"?

Mike the Hammer 11:46 Tue Nov 12
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zebthecat 11:29 Tue Nov 12

Once in a century weather events I agree with you. Ones that are taking place across Europe a number of times over the last 19 years though?

And I never said dredging was banned.
'The directive from the EU we took on as law in 2000 which pretty much means no dredging can take place in rivers. '

Hammer and Pickle 11:44 Tue Nov 12
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Get this through your thick skulls:

there is no EU control.

zebthecat 11:29 Tue Nov 12
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Mike the Hammer 9:49 Tue Nov 12

Does the EU directive also mandate an increase in once in a century weather events?
Now THAT would be impressive EU control.
By the way correlation does not equal causation and, no, dredging is not banned.

Mike Oxsaw 10:36 Tue Nov 12
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The more mature and responsible of the two sides will be the first to back down for the sake of the country.

The other side will then crow from the rooftops about "how they won" and "common sense prevailed" - they didn't and it most certainly didn't.

J.Riddle 10:10 Tue Nov 12
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Can’t wait for all this Brexit shit to be over tbf, and all these Politicians that we had never heard of before that have become celebrities that has gone to their heads compared with being unknown before will sink back into obscurity.

Same with all the masses of media political experts many who have also become celebrities of sort. What will they do with their time when this massive shit storm passes? Then there are all the lawyers who have made a killing out of it.

Ok I know it will carry on until end of 2020 due to the transition period but it will be massively scaled down to what it has been for FOUR years.

Side of Ham 9:55 Tue Nov 12
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The UK government(s) have quite clearly used the EU as a damage limitation exercise on numerous occasions like this where really any UK government in the last 25 years should sort this kind of shit out like flooding due to either houses being built on flood plains or lack of defences due to things like dredging etc.

By leaving the EU we have removed a massive layer of 'EU directive' protection from actually sorting UK issues, the UK public can now go direct to it's organ grinder.

It's not always to do with the EU being wrong or indeed against us but more to do with our own leaderships being weak and hiding behind layers of bureaucracy issued with good intent by the EU but used over here as an excuse not to do what is right.

Hammer and Pickle 9:53 Tue Nov 12
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Fascinating material, but have you got any kind of evidence there is any ban on dredging in the EU?

Mike the Hammer 9:49 Tue Nov 12
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H&P,
A huge amount of floods throughout Europe since 2000, a massive increase in comparison to the times before the EU Directive.
Just a coincidence?
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_floods_in_Europe

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