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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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Swiss. 2:38 Fri Sep 18
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Scurf Face I said "intrinsically". Do you want to look it up? Also I said being smart I could not see how it would work, be managed and the cost to the economy . That's why you are thick because you look can't look tomorrow and only today.

But never a typo or spelling mistake so that makes you a fucking genius.

Cony Tottee 2:35 Fri Sep 18
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Are our tariffs for non-EU products set by the EU?

If so, can't we simply remove these tariffs once we leave making non-EU goods cheaper or does it not work like that?

JOHNNY V 2:33 Fri Sep 18
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Swiss I rarely comment on this thread but I have to laugh at your comments, from the very start of this every post you have made screams me me me what about me.

If your as clever as you say you are, you should be just fine.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:28 Fri Sep 18
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It's interesting that both Ray and Swiss refer to people who voted for Brexit as 'thick cunts' whilst having the breath-taking nerve to claim that they themselves 'weren't against it'.

Anyone would think from their language and their low, indeed, contemptuous, opinion of Leave voters that they were, well, fibbing.

ray winstone 2:24 Fri Sep 18
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“Let's ignore all the self-aggrandising fibs”


Isn’t that how the Tories won the election?

Swiss. 2:24 Fri Sep 18
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
And on a person note but one effecting millions in the UK and EU I have no idea what may status will be on 1st Jan 2021 living and working in Brussels. We've already seen a brain drain of EU skilled workers from the UK due to this uncertainty. I have UK friends who have lost out on contracts in the EU due to this.

It's fucking mess and we have this buffoon Johnson in charge.

only1billybonds 2:19 Fri Sep 18
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Dopey.

Your'e highlighting a typo in order to defer attention from a question.

You are coward for not commenting on it or a bigger coward for approving of this bigotry but not having the guts to admit it.

Swiss. 2:18 Fri Sep 18
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But Johnson that was the whole problem of brexit as in what did it really mean? I lot different things to many people. Yes to leave to EU fundamentally. That's a fucking broad bush as it always left a big hole of how? And what replaces it. That's why it over 4 years since the referendum and still not done or clear.

Brexit was always a soundbite that's thick people like you and 52% of the people who voted for it fell for.

I wasn't intrinsically against Brexit. What I was against was how it would be implemented. And you can see the mess we're in.

And for thick cunts like Bolty no we haven't really left yet. We are still trading under EU rules until end of 2020. What comes next will be how the economy will be effected.

Some one on here said "well stop buying German cars". lol A very simple approach. What will happen regarding the tools and materials our manufacturing industry will face that we import from EU countries? Or dairy products from Ireland at 30% higher price under World trade rules.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:13 Fri Sep 18
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ray winstone 11:36 Fri Sep 18

Let's ignore all the self-aggrandising fibs about how you aren't a Remainer but sagely saw through all the lies.

What 'clap-trap' are you specifically referring to?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:12 Fri Sep 18
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ray winstone 11:36 Fri Sep 18

Let's ignore all the self-aggrandising fibs about how you aren't a Remainer but sagely saw through all the lies.

What 'clap-trap' are you specifically referring to?

Hammer and Pickle 12:13 Fri Sep 18
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“nit”?

“nitwit” more like.

So this thread is not about Brexit now you suddenly don’t want to discuss it?

What’s got into you, Lady Gague?

only1billybonds 12:03 Fri Sep 18
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This thread has EU in its title.

One of the EU's head honcho's expressed her disgust at Polands bigotry.

The wird Brexit is nit in the thread title.

Join the dots Dopey.

Oh,and a little respect for Sir Dom please.

Johnson 12:00 Fri Sep 18
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Ray - as you're thick I'll help you out.

The promise was to deliver Brexit. The "oven-ready deal" thing was basically we've got a deal ready to go that we think will deliver Brexit.

That cannot be a promise as no commitment was made that the EU would agree to it, our argument was that the deal was there to be done.

As the EU are clearly not interested in that deal, the Government is changing course to ensure the original promise to deliver Brexit is met.

If you're too thick to understand things it's really best for you if you don't attempt to pull holes in what other posters are saying.

It just shows you up.

Willtell 11:57 Fri Sep 18
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ray winstone 11:18 Fri Sep 18
"I have been witnessing the Tories promise the bigoted knuckle draggers of the UK 'freedom' and 'borders back' etc, and they've lapped it up, every last drop."
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That's not true though is it ray. This is why the left are so unelectable.

Truth is that only the Tories were prepared to honor the referendum result while Labour, Liberal and parts of the Tory party tried to deny that result.

Strange how the majority of people in Britain are "bigoted knuckle draggers" according to you bitter losers that are unable to accept democracy...

Hammer and Pickle 11:43 Fri Sep 18
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Offered "promises" in the form of contracts to companies in which people like the Blind Gargoyle of Barnard Castle are interested stakeholders.

Mike Oxsaw 11:36 Fri Sep 18
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Not taking rules = making promises.

ray winstone 11:36 Fri Sep 18
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:24 Fri Sep 18

Surf, if you paid attention and read ALL of the comments I've posted on this thread you would see that I'm neither Brexiteer or remainer. Unlike most of the UK electorate I manged to see through the lies spun by both sides of the coin, it's been a pleasure to sit back and watch the feeble arguments unravel but when you come out with the claptrap you did earlier I can't help but comment.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:32 Fri Sep 18
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The UK are going to 'offer' 'promises'? What the fuck are you talking about?

Hammer and Pickle 11:30 Fri Sep 18
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Actually, since this is the Brexit thread, I'd be interested in talking about what kind of "promises" the UK government is going to offer when it does the rounds of various satraps and mineral-extractor regimes in exchange for trade deals in the WHO.

Mike Oxsaw 11:27 Fri Sep 18
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While you're at it, pickled, could you also point out the MEANING of the questions on the referendum ballot paper?

What was the message the words used aimed to share with their audience?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:24 Fri Sep 18
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
I see Ray is another of those Remainers who have moved on...

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