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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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Lee Trundle 2:23 Wed Jan 29
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A handful of loud idiots made a load of noise about remaining (BRANDED, H&P, etc), and then there was a silent majority who wanted to leave.

Just like in the real world.

Aberdeen Iron 2:18 Wed Jan 29
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How did WHO vote re Brexitttt?

Aberdeen Iron 2:18 Wed Jan 29
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How did WHO vote re Brexitttt?

BRANDED 2:16 Wed Jan 29
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
It’s just a negotiation getting the best terms for all vested interests. People negotiate all day every day. Some people will lose out some will gain. That’s the nature of these things. A business that might want some Romanian farm workers might have to get students or something.

Kaiser Zoso 1:59 Wed Jan 29
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The self declared start point of the EU in seeking to ensure the UK isn’t seen to be better off after leaving, is preposterous. Half our trade has fuck all to do with the EU.

Imagine a car salesman stating that you won’t get as good a deal as others before you even start negotiating?

It ought to lead to WTO. Johnson/Cummings should line up as many FT deals alongside the EU, because as it stands, an EU deal is doomed.

Mike Oxsaw 1:57 Wed Jan 29
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Of course they'll agree.

They've had their bluff well and truly called (as it should have been over 3 years ago).

arsegrapes 1:53 Wed Jan 29
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
If the EU allows a FTA for UK banking and other financial services to access the EU, the UK will allow German luxury cars and other EU cars to be imported to the UK tariff free.

The U.K. can allow Italian and French cars, wine, cheese and fashion similar provided they reciprocate and leave our fish alone.

The EU won't want say 20%-40% or higher UK import duties imposed on their exports to UK.

Block 1:05 Wed Jan 29
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, 11:31 Wed Jan 29

Comma, I'm sure the EU would be more than happy to sit down and discuss trade with us, considering Germany one of the biggest net contributors has been hit massively due to Brexit.

Their trade levels has dropped, for the first time in what 11 years? Especially as they're speeding towards a recession.

Johnson 12:29 Wed Jan 29
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There Freedom of Movement too.

*coughs*

Lee Trundle 12:08 Wed Jan 29
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Is the single market the only bargaining chip the EU have?

Mike Oxsaw 12:05 Wed Jan 29
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We should do this in a structured manner.

First they can have unfettered access to fish the waters off Gibraltar, then Sark, Alderney, Guernsey & Jersey.

If that goes well, then the Isle of Man, followed by the Falklands.

Lastly, the Isle of wight, the Isle of Dogs and Isle of Lucie.

After 2030, if they behave with that lot, we can renegotiate.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:57 Wed Jan 29
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comma

Did the EU demand complete unfettered access to Canadian and Japanese waters?

BRANDED 11:45 Wed Jan 29
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Letting the cat out of the bag there comma

, 11:31 Wed Jan 29
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Negotiations with our erstwhile EU friends begin on 3 March. I am sure that they will listen sympathetically to our request of wanting complete unfettered access to the EU single market whilst at the same time we restrict non UK fishermen’s access to our waters.

Kaiser Zoso 11:20 Wed Jan 29
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Yeah, that would mainly be because of the threat that the EU would like to give about the City of London not having access to the single market unless they can plunder our waters for 25 years.

What a fine libertarian organisation the EU are?

Mike Oxsaw 11:19 Wed Jan 29
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Was there a fisherman's option on the ballot paper, then?

Not been mentioned before...

BRANDED 10:41 Wed Jan 29
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British fishermen fear they won't get what they voted for after Brexi

Mike Oxsaw 6:11 Wed Jan 29
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Tick-tock, Tick-tock...

Oh! Hold on! That's RACIST, isn't it?


Ooops.

Claret Badger 4:46 Wed Jan 29
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Russ of the BML 10:49 Tue Jan 28
you're right of course

but it's a shit cunt idea for shitcunts

J.Riddle 4:05 Tue Jan 28
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Swiss you ok hun?

only1billybonds 3:48 Tue Jan 28
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Swiss.

Your mate Everard has all the answers. He assures us that Brexit is an 'obvious disaster' and we are all fucked. He of course has no FACTUAL evidence to support this 'fact' but why would facts matter to the knicker wetting remain masses?.


3 days to go princess.

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