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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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Cabbage Savage 1:28 Fri Feb 28
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My firend finally explain what EU mean in polish.
Ekonomiczny Uczta

It say money feast but sound better in polish

Hammer and Pickle 12:19 Fri Feb 28
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More like a provincial ponce who sells investment instruments to petty kleptocrats connected to the Tory party.

Mr Kenzo 12:18 Fri Feb 28
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Why does a Third World Pole give a shit about the UK?

Very Strange

Takashi Miike 12:16 Fri Feb 28
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*special needs

Side of Ham 12:16 Fri Feb 28
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Living in Poland and being an EU also ran Pickle doesn't get the fact that business and commerce deals getting done or continuing supersedes any ego's that a group of unelected MP's may have damaged.

Not only has the EU got to fill the void of our now ceased financial input it has to maintain our consumerism staying firmly in EU product & hospitality.

Hammer and Pickle 12:15 Fri Feb 28
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*you need

Johnson 12:14 Fri Feb 28
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What like a Zen coach?

Hammer and Pickle 12:10 Fri Feb 28
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Everyone needs help in some aspect of their lives - it’s an aspect of being an adult you clearly find overwhelming hence your tendency to retreat into a narcissistic fantasy world where you are big and tough and everyone is afraid of your daddy’s purchasing power.

In other words need need to fucking grow up.

only1billybonds 12:00 Fri Feb 28
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Everard.

Will you never learn?

Once again you express an opinion and your hopes. Nothing factual un your last post,no sources given,just the usual BLUSTER.

But carry on humiliating yourself,give the rest of us a break from doing it.

Johnson 11:57 Fri Feb 28
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You need help, Thickle. And lots of it.

riosleftsock 11:52 Fri Feb 28
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There is only really one simple thing that will drive the EU behaviour in negotiations.

Their fear of competition in their UK export market. The thought of the UK being able to buy from more competitive producers who are not hampered by EU red tape or external EU imposed tariffs. It will mean that German and French car exporters will face genuine competition in their most profitable market. French wine producers will see market share drop once good quality new world wine is imported at the same duty rates as theirs.

The list goes on and on, but the issue is the same, the EU look to crowd out competition using lawfare.

Don Ravioli 11:51 Fri Feb 28
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Why all the demands of being able to fish in our waters, close alignment forever and fuck knows what else they can come up with.
Sounds like they want control over us really.
They’re shit scared of us becoming a low tax economy and therefore undercutting them.
All it boils down to.
Without our fish the french are fucked, the Germans will take a massive hit with their manufacturing.
And they all know the city of London is the big player when it comes to finance.
At last we’ve got someone in power that is willing to tell them to do one.

Hammer and Pickle 11:50 Fri Feb 28
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Because

a.) the UK is neither Canada or Japan and will not be offered a deal like either

b.) it will have to take what’s on offer given it has chosen to cease being a member

c.) it is likely to reject what’s on offer to satisfy affective disorder social cases like you who can’t cope with adult life in the real world.

Side of Ham 11:49 Fri Feb 28
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Because the immature div wants to see us smacked on the hand for daring to leave, so lives out his hopes and dreams for life on this very thread........

Johnson 11:41 Fri Feb 28
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Why wouldn't we have the same level as access as say Canada or Japan, Thickle?

Hammer and Pickle 11:29 Fri Feb 28
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Yes.

At this rate the UK’s degree of access to the SM will be similar to that of Belarus.

This will of course be a good indication of its status as far as the other children in the WTO sandpit are concerned.

only1billybonds 11:14 Fri Feb 28
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What CHL said x 100.

Especially the 2nd paragraph.

COOL HAND LUKE 11:10 Fri Feb 28
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What SurfaceAgentX2Zero said. Amen.

We are out. We are totally in the driving seat. We will do as we like, with or without the EU's blessing.

Shouting demands, regulations and conditions means absolutely bugger all to us now - we WILL do as we please, and the EU already know that, hence all the snivelling.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:05 Fri Feb 28
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Hammer and Pickle 10:27 Fri Feb 28

'It’s the conditions of access to the SM and who sets them we are talking about.'

That's why you should refer to the matter as such and not pretend (actually, directly claim) that any form of access to the SM is at stake. If you are going to exaggerate to the point of lying in order to make your claim sound better, you must expect to be called on it. You already lost the argument six times over, and Brexit is done, so there's no point trying sleight of hand now.

Mike Oxsaw 10:37 Fri Feb 28
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"Border red tape will require 50,000 new form fillers"

The EU will, once again, be able to justify it's magnificent & colossal budget spend on typewriter ribbons & carbon paper.

Kaiser Zoso 10:35 Fri Feb 28
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Does the USMCA contain any requirements for any participants to maintain regulatory alignment, or any other kind of alignment, or be subject to any legal jurisdiction from another country? Assuming that Canada, Mexico and the United States are 'in close proximity'




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