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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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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 5:23 Wed Jul 17
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Council of Ministers?

That would equate to our cabinet, wouldn't it? I'm pretty sure Boris will be able to get it past them.

Gavros 5:15 Wed Jul 17
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Block 3:49 Wed Jul 17
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Yes. In fact there is a confirmatory vote at Council of ministers level, I believe.

Now, where's our one?

Willtell 5:14 Wed Jul 17
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Who was the alternative candidate? I can’t remember his/her name!

riosleftsock 5:05 Wed Jul 17
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Branded

Correct. She comfortably beat the other candidates in an exemplary model of representative democracy at work.

Block 3:49 Wed Jul 17
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By remainers rule of thumb, there should be another vote.

BRANDED 3:34 Wed Jul 17
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Farage tweeted that Ursula von der Leyen, whom our elected MEPs confirmed as the new President of the European Commission in a vote in the European Parliament earlier, only “scraped in” and has “no legitimacy”. She won 52% of the votes cast.

Calculation: she won 383 of 733 votes cast (52%).
Source: the European Parliament (http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/press-room/20190711IPR56824/parliament-elects-ursula-von-der-leyen-as-first-female-commission-president).

Block 3:04 Wed Jul 17
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Because OSBORNE is a lying cunt?

Gavros 2:59 Wed Jul 17
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the pick up in wage growth was thanks to the NHS wage settlement announced after Hammond had said they had 'ended austerity'.

The bigger question is why Osborne started it in the first place and why he felt the need to rocket boost the housing market at the same time.

Block 2:56 Wed Jul 17
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Anything positive = No relating to brexit

Anything negative = all to do with brexit

If you're a remainer, that is.

Mike Oxsaw 11:27 Wed Jul 17
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If UK wages are rising so rapidly, logic has it that all those European workers would hang about/U-turn to take advantage of the new situation.

Or is the claim that the competition they bring drives down wages?

If that's the case, maybe they could just work in the UK on the last week of the month to take advantage of those wages, then bugger off for the first three weeks of the following month when those higher wager filter through to increased prices.

Willtell 10:52 Wed Jul 17
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I wonder what becomes of all the remain politicians when UK leaves - straight off the cliff into nothingness - but keeps doing well?

Hammer and Pickle 10:50 Wed Jul 17
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Wage growth alone is not a reflection of purchasing power especially if companies are not making bigger profits.

Darby_ 10:40 Wed Jul 17
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Fastest wage growth in the UK in 11 years, no doubt partly due to European workers returning to the continent.

bruuuno 1:01 Wed Jul 17
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Blimey, MPI has been released from jail

Dwight Van Mann 10:59 Tue Jul 16
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Gavros has fucked up his hormones so much with all the soy products he can't grow a beard and is also prone to pre-menstrual tension. (Evidence in posts below)
A modern scourge for the middle classes living in places like Hackney & Islington.
Much like rickets affected the poor years ago.

Willtell 10:45 Tue Jul 16
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So you agree with me that you’re a liar and ginger too....

Gavros 10:35 Tue Jul 16
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yes she did you smelly old cunt.

Willtell 10:32 Tue Jul 16
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Gavros 10:23
You’re lying again!

She told Channel 4 she was not employed by Cambridge Analytica and she wasn’t.

Apparently she had a short term contract with their parent company so she was right.

Nurse Ratched 10:25 Tue Jul 16
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Oh that's it, then. Cancel Brexit.

Gavros 10:23 Tue Jul 16
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Brexit Party MEP is revealed as an ex Cambridge Analytica staffer after she tried to cover it up

Willtell 6:41 Tue Jul 16
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I found this article from early May which sums up the EU and will gladden Pickle's heart....

UK taxpayer pays into a £54 billion EU fund and receives NOTHING back.
UK is funding the new infrastructure of 15 EU countries, in a massive EU wealth transfer scheme
This will continue, under Mrs. May’s surrender treaty. Remain MPs and campaigners are fond of talking about the ‘EU money’ which is received for projects in the UK. Well, here’s a £54 BILLION EU fund which British taxpayers pay into, but from which the UK receives absolutely nothing back.
UK pays for new roads & green agenda for 15 EU countries
The EU has thousands of funds. One of the more significant is called the ‘Cohesion Fund’. The EU describes it as being:-
“allocated to trans-European transport networks and to projects falling under EU environmental priorities”
It’s spent by the 15 qualifying EU member states on improving their roads, railways, and waterways, as well as projects falling under ‘environment protection, low-carbon economy, and climate change’.
In the EU’s current 7-year budget for 2014–2020 this fund has been allocated €63.3 billion euros — approximately £54 billion GBP.
This is all part of a much bigger project. After 2020, “the European Commission has proposed that the EU spends €373 billion in the next programme period, 2021–2027, on cohesion policy”.

Full article here -
https://medium.com/@graham100200/why-are-we-paying-to-build-polish-roads-when-ours-have-potholes-5a2acb35b7a2

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