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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 10:18 Sun Feb 17
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Personally I doubt she's do that. Can you imagine the outrage from her pro-remain cabinet?

I've lost track of understanding what the incompetent woman is trying to do. She won't take 'No Deal' off the table but the pressure from remainers using 'No Deal' as an excuse for remaining in the EU must be getting unbearable for her.

If she puts a final nail in her own coffin by taking 'No Deal' off the table - remember 'No Deal is better than a Bad Deal' - her legacy in history will be one of complete incompetence beyond what even Major and Brown managed to achieve....

Mike Oxsaw 11:16 Sat Feb 16
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When's the earliest she cam call an election that takes Parliament out over 29th March?

Willtell 10:39 Sat Feb 16
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"No deal is better than a bad deal..." and of course, Mrs May never lies!

Mike Oxsaw 10:27 Sat Feb 16
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All May has to do now is take the ball to the corner flag and wind the clock down.

Will be interesting to see how many in her team give her support.

Willtell 10:19 Sat Feb 16
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Yes Mike especially as the EU will be bankrupted by the U.K. leaving with no deal.

Should be interesting to see who blinks first except the UK parliament is full of wankers like Gavros that will make up any excuse to deny democracy at work.

I hope voters remember any of the MPs that let them down.

Mike Oxsaw 9:53 Sat Feb 16
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And despite A50 being 100% an EU directive, they will still attempt to present it as the UK causing the problem.

Where is THEIR plan for this event happening? That's the standard thing to ask, is it not?

Enoch Nutter 9:49 Sat Feb 16
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The EU, they are the problem as they will insist a customs boarder is set up.

Mike Oxsaw 9:28 Sat Feb 16
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Hmmm. Post Brexit, the UK government have NO INTENTION of putting up a hard border on the island of Ireland - fully respecting the GFA.

Post Brexit, the government of Eire have NO INTENTION of putting up a hard border on the island of Ireland - fully respecting the GFA.

Who, where and what is the problem?

Hammer and Pickle 8:58 Sat Feb 16
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I don't understand your post, Raindrop.

Do you know anyone who does?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:49 Sat Feb 16
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Hammer and Pickle 1:54 Sat Feb 16


Apart from the fact that the UK is NOT in breach of the GFA and not about to be, what precisely has this post got to do with the EU lying about the UK not telling it what it wants and you repeating that lie?

Mike Oxsaw 6:39 Sat Feb 16
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Money talks, and ponced pounds have the loudest voice of all.

Willtell 6:31 Sat Feb 16
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Hammer and Pickle 12:23 Sat Feb 16
"The EU is not going to blink because the UK doesn’t know what it wants from the EU by threatening to leave with no deal."

That is a lie put about by the EU. British politicians will happily spend £39bn of UK taxpayers money for a deal but NOT one that hands all the power to the EU to hold UK in the CU indefinitely.

And ironically, it now seems that the EU are lining up to shit on Ireland by insisting all Irish goods exported into the EU will have to be checked - preferably at the border but if not, at the destination!

Mind you that's only €10bn that the Irish sell to the EU compared to the €40bn they sell to the UK. If that happens Ireland's €10bn will soon go down to nothing....

Willtell 6:24 Sat Feb 16
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Hammer and Pickle 11:44 Sat Feb 16
"What is the UK side trying to gain from the EU by keeping no deal on the table?"

£39bn you twat! And the potential removal of £90bn of EU exports to UK...

Hammer and Pickle 2:17 Sat Feb 16
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Poking your nasty, flabby ego with the fact stick until you freak out.

It's fun.

Coffee 2:12 Sat Feb 16
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What do you love doing?

Hammer and Pickle 2:07 Sat Feb 16
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Coffee 1:57 Sat Feb 16
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Do shut up.

I love doing this to you Snidechops. Can actually feel you steaming in your tacky little shithole.

Mike Oxsaw 2:01 Sat Feb 16
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Hammer and Pickle 1:54 Sat Feb 16

Staying in the EU is best for YOU - and other like minded spongers. It's NOT best for the UK and YOU can't PROVE otherwise.

The threat to the GFA is, like everything you post, all in YOUR head.

The grown ups will sort it, so you needn't trouble your tiny little closed mind (or what passes for one) with such things.

Coffee 1:57 Sat Feb 16
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Do shut up.

Hammer and Pickle 1:54 Sat Feb 16
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Problem is Raindrop, no-deal is the fastest way to a hard border and a breach of the GFA, so the demand of no backstop and the no-deal treat make a mockery of the UK's position.

Fact is, if the UK really doesn't want a backstop, the best thing to do is stay in the EU.

Mike Oxsaw 12:46 Sat Feb 16
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I'm sure pickled believes that the UK has (HAS) to do what the EU says simply because it has a bigger land mass which holds more people.

Islanders are not homogeneous in the same way mainlanders are.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:41 Sat Feb 16
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Hammer and Pickle 12:23 Sat Feb 16

You repeated this nonsense lie of the EU's last night. I'll post again what I posted then.

The UK has told the EU exactly what it wants. It wants removal of the Irish backstop or a legally binding time limit to an Irish backstop.

The EU is simultaneously publicly refusing to accede to this request whilst pretending that the UK hasn't told it what it wants.

More EU mendacity.

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