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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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ChillTheKeel 9:18 Tue Feb 19
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It had to happen, the hatred between the left and centrists in the PLP is only matched by the hatred between the centrists and the right in the PCP.

The centrists will have the corrupt MSM eating out of their hands but I've seen fuck all appetite for their politics from the electorate, as was evident with the Lib Dems shambolic GE result and poll ratings ever since.

Sven Roeder 9:17 Tue Feb 19
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I imagine a few MP's were waiting to see the reaction to the 7 before committing themselves.

Having seen it I suspect we wont see any more from any of the parties.

Will Jeremy Corbyn still be calling for an immediate election as part of a Brexit cure?

Kaiser Zoso 9:13 Tue Feb 19
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I know they warned that more defections could be on their way, but I don't see it as a real possibility - or they would have jumped ship already?

Forming a sizeable party isn't going to happen, but they will split the Labour/left vote, without a doubt.

Coffee 9:09 Tue Feb 19
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Fishy, fishy

ChillTheKeel 9:08 Tue Feb 19
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Kaiser Zoso 9:04

Not the brightest spark are you fat boy?

ChillTheKeel 9:07 Tue Feb 19
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There's talk of Tory MPs joining this new 'independent party'. Which isn't a party. Or independent.

I had no idea publicly elected MPs could carry on being MPs when they leave their respective parties for a private company.

Neither did I know private companies were allowed to have MPs.

It fucking reeks.


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Mike Oxsaw 9:05 Tue Feb 19
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"EU banks are in the clear over Brexit as they will be able to carry on using London for 60 trillion of crucial trading even if there is a No Deal"

Hammer & Pickled, Gavros, 360...your boys are taking a hell of a beating.

Kaiser Zoso 9:04 Tue Feb 19
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Oh come on, I can see why it enrages you divvy lefties, but it's not similar?

What, Kronic's beloved centrists having to break away from a left veering leadership?

That's in no way similar?

Rightooooooooooo!!!!

BRANDED 9:01 Tue Feb 19
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There's also been 30 more years of monetarism and globalisation of the people to get their heads around plus social media. Apart from that it should be pretty similar.

Hammer and Pickle 8:57 Tue Feb 19
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The Tory party has already effectively split - the only thing keeping it together is being in government.

ChillTheKeel 8:42 Tue Feb 19
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I've no idea why anyone would compare the formation of the SDP to a bunch of unknown self serving Blairites who have left to form a private company whose financial backers are deliberately being kept a secret.

But as scummy as those cunts are, it's never good news, as the Tories will find out when they eventually split next month.

Kaiser Zoso 8:36 Tue Feb 19
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Just looking at the likely outcome for what's left of 'Labour'

'When the Gang of Four formed the SDP in 1981, they grabbed 26% of the vote to Labour's 28%. Michael Foot lost 52 seats and was forced out.'

Coffee 8:33 Tue Feb 19
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Morning, H&P.

ChillTheKeel 8:31 Tue Feb 19
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After8 12:29 Tue Feb 19

Chill, what is painful is the slow agonizing death of the Labour Party and it’s replacement by hard left communism.

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Hard left communism? And you wonder why people mock you on here? What a fucking helmet.

Hammer and Pickle 8:30 Tue Feb 19
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Well, you can always go back to sleep and won't be missed.

Coffee 8:19 Tue Feb 19
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Is it that time already?

Mike Oxsaw 8:16 Tue Feb 19
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threesixty 2:43 Tue Feb 19

So how long HAVE these countries spent "creating their economy"?

The EU is NO MORE than an overarching ADMINISTRATIVE organ - it no more "creates an economy" than a bible creates evolution.

EVERY single thing it does can just as easily be done without it's existence.

Hammer and Pickle 8:06 Tue Feb 19
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Capitol Man 12:34 Tue Feb 19

I take it that was a RHETORICAL question.

threesixty 2:43 Tue Feb 19
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Darby

“ 2016 declares Cameron
What I want to know is how countries like Japan, Canada, Switzerland, Australia, Singapore, Norway and New Zealand can be so wealthy and have such high living standards while being outside the EU.


The point is those countries didn’t create a whole economy over 30 yrs that tightly linked with the EU! The issue is how do you get out of such a setup without ruining your economy.

Capitol Man 12:34 Tue Feb 19
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After8 12:29 Tue Feb 19
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Isn’t that pretty much the exact mirror image of what’s happened with the Tories A8, with the consequences being the utter debacle of Brexit?

BRANDED 12:34 Tue Feb 19
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I mean. I see the large infrastructure building in London. And I understand the general investment in financial services but ince you get out around the voting constituencies how do you think they might view that investment in terms of either jobs or wages?

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