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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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zebthecat 9:33 Wed Aug 21
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I quite like the irony that government policy is now being driven by small cabal of unelected beaurocrats i.e. Cummings, Lister at al.

zebthecat 9:29 Wed Aug 21
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Except that parliament voted against No Deal.
Granted not by much.

Darlo Debs 9:27 Wed Aug 21
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Yes i believe it was Zeb

Jaan Kenbrovin 9:26 Wed Aug 21
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"Poll after poll shows support for no deal at about 30%, which is bad enough, but twlling everyine else to suck it up because thats what you want is both undemocratic and makes you look like the utter cunts you all are."

Parliament voted to invoke article 50, so there is nothing undemocratic about a no deal scenario.

zebthecat 9:24 Wed Aug 21
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There was me thinking that the leaflet was dismissed as PROJECT FEAR at the time.
It is all so very confusing,

zebthecat 9:22 Wed Aug 21
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"Europe yes, EU no. We have a new UK-EU Treaty based on free trade and friendly cooperation. There is a European free trade zone from Iceland to the Russian border and we will be part of it. We will take back the power to negotiate our own trade deals."

Vote Leave.

That sort of leave then 13?

Darlo Debs 9:19 Wed Aug 21
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You are twisting the argument yet again. I can accept the result but still argue i think it was the wrong one, where in the name of democracy does it say i.cannot express my opinion and that i have to wait til we leave then campaign to.rejoin?

You can say you want us to do.that as its your freedom to.do.so. Please show me where it says i am.being undemocratic in choosing to complain before we leave and not waiting to campaign after?

Vexed 9:16 Wed Aug 21
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ironsofcanada 8:34 Wed Aug 21

You're just hurting because you missed your gaffe.

Wah. Try harder.

13 Brentford Rd 9:16 Wed Aug 21
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Shut the fuck up about no deal cunts!
The majority voted to leave!
It was rammed down everyone's throat night & day for months and a leaflet was put through everyone's doors clearly spelling out that leaving meant leaving the single market, customs union etc. That is exactly what no deal is.
All these hysterical disingenuous CUNTS now screeching about no deal are only using it as yet another ruse to stop Brexit.
Fuck off!

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:13 Wed Aug 21
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Darlo Debs 9:00 Wed Aug 21

'All you have in your locker isn't it Surf? Which of us is throwing around insults and generalisations?'

If you don't know the difference between campaigning to rejoin the EU and refusing to accept the referendum decision, even after it has been explained to you several times by several posters, then you must be either being deliberately obtuse or monumentally stupid.

One or other must be true, so for you to take offence, you must be claiming it to be the latter. In which case you have nothing to be offended by..

Hammer and Pickle 9:09 Wed Aug 21
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Oicks

Brexit is the cause of the uncertainty not people trying to make sure the UK’s trade ties with its main partner are not disrupted.

It really is very difficult to be polite when having to talk at this level.

ironsofcanada 9:07 Wed Aug 21
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*the dragging of parliamentary feet on it....

ironsofcanada 9:04 Wed Aug 21
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On more thing to add before I need to go

Darlo Debs 8:45 Wed Aug 21

"So i guess like many, just the best and least damaging Brexit possible."

For investment, money markets, currency and industry, the worst thing is uncertainty. Taking a democratic decision and dragging parliamentary the feet on it and delaying and calling it into question whether it will happen has extended Brexit uncertainty.

So the acts of various classes of remainers have made Brexit more damaging, even if it was their right to do so.

Hammer and Pickle 9:02 Wed Aug 21
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I don’t want Leavers to die because then they won’t be able to take responsibility for their Himalayan stupidity.

Darlo Debs 9:00 Wed Aug 21
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All you have in your locker isn't it Surf? Which of us is throwing around insults and generalisations?

Gavros 8:57 Wed Aug 21
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Poll after poll shows support for no deal at about 30%, which is bad enough, but twlling everyine else to suck it up because thats what you want is both undemocratic and makes you look like the utter cunts you all are.

You think youve won. You will lose. Then die, hopefully.

ironsofcanada 8:54 Wed Aug 21
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Darlo Debs 8:45 Wed Aug 21

You made an assertion. I ask you to elaborate, you need not say something trite and unhelpful like "I haven't had time to ask every remainer." You had some source of information I would assume or you would not have made the assertion.

Going into the referendum there was an understanding that we would not 1) ignore the result 2) have a new one in the near future. Trying to enforce that is not an unreasonable infringement on people's freedom or democracy, in fact, it is protecting the latter.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 8:46 Wed Aug 21
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Darlo Debs 8:40 Wed Aug 21

I think he did very well to tolerate for as long as he did what can only be either your deliberate obtuseness or profound stupidity

Darlo Debs 8:45 Wed Aug 21
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Well irons funnily enough i.haven't time to.ask.every remainer what they want but remaining might be on the list. I respect the result doesn't mean i'd not preferred it to be different. So i guess like many, just the best and least damaging Brexit possible. Like leavers aren't all thick racists, we aren't all demanding a 2nd ref

ironsofcanada 8:44 Wed Aug 21
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Darlo Debs 8:40 Wed Aug 21

If you don't like names, ignore them or point out the pointlessness of them, it is the internet. No one can shut down your debate.

But you seem to be paying a lot more attention to people calling you names than giving real answers to legitimate questions.

Jaan Kenbrovin 8:40 Wed Aug 21
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"Some leavers on this board seem.to think that because they won the vote, that remainers should just shut up.and get on with it."

Yeah, remainers should accept the result and let it be honoured. Not try to overturn it with a barrage of drivel and tears about how it's not 'right'.

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