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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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mashed in maryland 1:36 Sun Jul 21
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I meant to type Gavvy not branded 🤦‍♂️

mashed in maryland 1:34 Sun Jul 21
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https://twitter.com/tobystyke74/status/1152666157897441280?s=20

Branded, 360 and the boys loving their day out

Willtell 1:23 Sun Jul 21
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RM10 1:07 Sun Jul 21

I'm not a Tory but what you wrote there is just plain wrong. You have virtually full employment, rising wages now that east European migrants are reducing, record expenditure to the NHS, Education and care programmes are at record levels and yes, the Tories are cunts and prone to give tax cuts to high earners but they also give tax reductions to low earners.

as I say, I hope Labour do get in because I hope there will be a rush to buy houses in France where taxes are much cheaper which goes against conventional wisdom. It's true though because as an EU pensioner we escape the French social charges which are almost as much as taxes...

Hammer and Pickle 1:18 Sun Jul 21
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I appreciate it must be tough to treat the net contributions as an opportunity to participate in all the opportunities the EU offers if you elect representatives like Nigel Farage and Anne Widdecombe to the EP.

Willtell 1:15 Sun Jul 21
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Gavros
Ha ha ha. You're comparing apples with bananas and the figures are way out of date anyway.

For a start GDP is the total 'turnover' of a nation. Much as WHUFC now has a turnover much bigger than it used to be, we're still potless and in debt. So is the UK. It's still borrowing to exist so any saving has to be positive you fool.

You also forgot to mention that the EU budgets will be rising significantly from 2020. I mean, I really don't care either way as I'm going to stay in the EU and thanks for all of you contributing so much to France's economy which is even worse in debt than the UK's.

RM10 1:07 Sun Jul 21
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It’s been 9 years of Tory rule and we are going down fast, instead of berating people who have not been in power, look at wat we have in first!

Gavros 1:05 Sun Jul 21
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If you contribute say 0.3% of GDP but being in raises GDP by 0.5% then it costs you 0.2% every year to leave. This is accepted by 99% of experts. It is going to cost to leave even by the 'softest' means possible. Anyone who tells you otherwise is either an idiot or a liar

Willtell 1:04 Sun Jul 21
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RM10 12:48 Sun Jul 21

I live abroad now so it doesn't matter to me so yes, put Corbyn and McDonnell in charge. They'll soon have the economy back to going bust anytime soon.

Then as the exodus of big earners rush away from the UK I'll at last get a buyer for my house and be able to move to Spain...

RM10 1:00 Sun Jul 21
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Why is that Gav did we get More in than went out?

Hammer and Pickle 12:55 Sun Jul 21
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BREXIT SAVINGS

Good grief that takes the BISCUIT

Gavros 12:50 Sun Jul 21
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There is no savings you fucking spazzes.

Roy Race 12:50 Sun Jul 21
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UK spends 0.28% of its Gross National Income on the EU.

0.28%

Taking back control

RM10 12:48 Sun Jul 21
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Willtell- i dont trust these Tory cunts to spend the EU savings correctly for the country, probably their pensions will increase together with oranges and plastic bags, did I say they were cunts...

Sven Roeder 12:34 Sun Jul 21
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Chancellor announces he will resign when T May goes to the Palace to hand back the keys to number 10.

Willtell 12:29 Sun Jul 21
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Scrub that again. I can't add up and still left a zero off. It's £390m pw and a net £300m pw....

Willtell 12:27 Sun Jul 21
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Scruc that! I left a zero off the weekly figures - £39m pw and a net £30m pw .

Clearly means nothing to everyone....

Willtell 11:03 Sun Jul 21
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Does it surprise anyone that UK paid over £20bn or £390,000 per week to the EU last year. The net figure was £15.5bn.or £300,000 per week? That bus wasn't so wrong after all and from 2020, the budget will be increasing to include the costs of an EU army.....

How come saving £39bn divorce fee and £20+bn pa hardly ever gets taken into account when predicting disaster for the economy?

ray winstone 11:02 Sat Jul 20
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Johnson, I would hate to live inside your head, it must be very fucking boring.

zebthecat 10:54 Sat Jul 20
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Which it won't

After8 10:35 Sat Jul 20
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So there's a lot of work going in from both leadership teams in what they will do from Wednesday.

Personally, I don't see a resolution until Ireland buckles.

Side of Ham 9:23 Fri Jul 19
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What's this? PRICK-le is admitting he's Bi-Polarland?

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