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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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ray winstone 7:05 Thu Dec 13
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JOHNNY V 7:01 Thu Dec 13


What about those who were 16 and are now 18 and eligible to vote, surely most 'youngsters' would vote remain?...

BRANDED 7:02 Thu Dec 13
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Straws is all I have.

JOHNNY V 7:01 Thu Dec 13
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Branded if the vote had been in 2014 and leave had won we would have heard the same old people dying will swing the result in 2016, but it wouldn’t have. It took the best part of 40 years to have a meaningful vote on the issue and leave still won, old people dying off in a 24 months spell after the result is clutching at straws at best.

Nurse Ratched 7:00 Thu Dec 13
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I like the way Griffle comes into the thread merely to call people all sorts of bastards. It's that sort of thread.

BRANDED 6:58 Thu Dec 13
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I wouldnt mind the sunny uplands Brexit but have only really heard about that from raging nutters recently.

Anyone?

Willtell 6:48 Thu Dec 13
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I love how Comma claims to support the referendum result. It's only because the remainers getting us out that he wants a 2nd vote....

FMOB but you really are pathetic all you remoaners. Why don't you just own up that you're shit scared because of project fear?

Willtell 6:48 Thu Dec 13
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I love how Comma claims to support the referendum result. It's only because the remainers getting us out that he wants a 2nd vote....

FMOB but you really are pathetic all you remoaners. Why don't you just own up that you're shit scared because of project fear?

, 6:45 Thu Dec 13
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Either you three don’t get it, are deliberately not getting it or are sticking together because you suspect that you’d lose a fresh, up to date with a changed electorate vote.

Leaving the EU is a big move, for some it might be the biggest political change they ever participate in. That being the case it is morally indefensible to not give the people eligible at the time of the change the option to give their opinion.

What are remainers frightened of it’s simply an exercise in democracy.

Russ of the BML 6:44 Thu Dec 13
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"Why after all should the votes of dead people override those of voters now"

A desperately sad comment by a pathetic Remainer. And its comments like that that give Remain voters such a bad name.

My dad was 73 when he voted Leave. He is 75 now. He's not dead. And does his count vote for less than someone who was 18 when they voted.

Brexit really has seen the depths of desperation and just pure fucking puerility that people will go to when they don't get their way. It is really quite sad.

boltkunt 6:39 Thu Dec 13
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I love you, Griffles.

Never forget that x

stewie griffin 6:39 Thu Dec 13
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boltkunt

You are an imbecile


That's all

New Jersey 6:39 Thu Dec 13
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That really is a desperate argument, that some old people will die and there will be more young voters.

You could argue that some of the younger voters are a touch more mature now and so will vote leave, pathetic line of argument.

What about a coherent argument, why it is good to be in the EU and the money we pay in is a bargain for the UK, all we get is this project fear bollocks.

boltkunt 6:38 Thu Dec 13
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Agreed, Russ.

Russ of the BML 6:38 Thu Dec 13
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, 5:42 Thu Dec 13

Oh pack it in for god sake.

So what if Remain now votes are a majority. What's that 1-1? So best out of 3? Or to make it fair we will do best out of 5. More balanced.

Or, just so Remain voters get there way let's just ignore the actual legal referendum result.

Then we can all go home and be happy, eh?

You sound pathetic.

boltkunt 6:35 Thu Dec 13
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We have had a vote.

Clearly, you cannot accept this.

I wouldn't be adverse to another vote, I truly believe due to how the EU has treated May (for all her faults) and the fact our Elected Politicians have acted in trying to block an democratic vote that the leave vote even stronger.

, 6:33 Thu Dec 13
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Bolty, let’s put our opinions to the test by having a vote then.

boltkunt 6:32 Thu Dec 13
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And by the time we leave I am sure that a fresh vote, expressing the will of the then electorate, will give a majority for remain.


This is just your opinion and have no substance whatsoever.

Much like I believe the remain vote will be a lot less than last time around.

boltkunt 6:31 Thu Dec 13
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The tories are cunts, Winstone.

How do you like those apples?

, 6:30 Thu Dec 13
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Bolty, you seem to be missing the point that I do accept the referendum result.

In common with nearly half the voters I sat back and waited to see how the government would enact this, to nearly half of us, huge mistake. And by the time we leave I am sure that a fresh vote, expressing the will of the then electorate, will give a majority for remain. Why after all should the votes of dead people override those of voters now able to vote who were too young to express their preferences?

DaveT 6:24 Thu Dec 13
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What a charming man you are Branded!
Your parents still walking the earth?

New Jersey 6:24 Thu Dec 13
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In some ways I would like a 2nd referendum as I think the majority to leave would increase and it would be absolutely fucking hilarious to see the reaction of people like Gina Miller, Bob Geldof, John Major, Tony Blair, Vince Cable, Jimmy Krankie etc.

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