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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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bruuuno 2:15 Mon Oct 14
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Remainers are running SCARED

bruuuno 2:14 Mon Oct 14
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Retainers are running SCARED

Mike Oxsaw 11:26 Sun Oct 13
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I see that Labour have said that they won't support any deal they thing is "damaging".

Given that they are already clear that they believe that just leaving the EU is "damaging", we already know what lobby they'll be filing into, so can we take it as read and they can have the day off instead?

Hammer and Pickle 6:23 Sun Oct 13
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You been trying to talk to people, Josephine?

Gavros 5:43 Sun Oct 13
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Give it a rest, chubs.

Johnson 5:29 Sun Oct 13
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Those that want to stay don’t understand why they want to stay other than “it’s bad to leave”.

Morons the lot of them.

Mike Oxsaw 5:14 Sun Oct 13
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What clearly attracts remainers the most is the fact that if they've got some holiday cash left over from last year's holiday in Spain, they can use it for this year's holiday in Greece.

Sorted, innit?

DocMarten 5:09 Sun Oct 13
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You hold a second referendum, you get a bigger Leave majority.

Not that it would be accepted. There would be another re-vote, then another....

All the time this whole charade goes on, we get dragged closer and closer to the economic cliff edge that the EU is heading toward, Thelma and Louise stylie.

We’re tied to an economic corpse. We’re fucked if we don’t get free.

ECB out of ammo.
Not enough Fiscal Policy can be released the moves the needle in a meaningful way.

And some want to stay?

Golden Oldie 12:44 Sun Oct 13
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Shabbos60Y1mX2Zog

"Murdoch's a Remainer, you fuck-wit."
Indeed he is a "globalist" as is any approved Torah party member which makes it all the weirder seeing dyed in the wool Torah party supporters continuing to back their isreali bought and owned politicians and trust them to get them out of the EU knowing full well they work for the establishment and Britain actually leaving the EU is not an option for the cabal.

Mike Oxsaw 7:26 Sun Oct 13
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Don't forget that, not only have "people" learned more about what is involved in leaving the EU, they've contemporaneously learned more about what is involved in remaining in the EU.

I strongly suspect that the overall learning curve will tend to creating more people who just what shot of the whole thing - i.e. Leavers.

Gavros 12:38 Sun Oct 13
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"Why have remainers gone back to court again and again to enforce an act that has no effect yet unless there is a problem with it?"

Because no one trusts that he will do what he says he will, even when its the law. Hence why the courts will send the extension letter even if he doesnt. Which is kind of good for him because he can still say he didnt delay, and now a delay is necessary, deal or not.

Hammer and Pickle 11:43 Sat Oct 12
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You clearly don’t understand your own point, Kenneth.

Jaan Kenbrovin 11:42 Sat Oct 12
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Hammer and Pickle 11:23 Sat Oct 12

Yes. That was my point, dinlo.

riosleftsock 11:29 Sat Oct 12
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Gavros

What is the purpose of the poll, these polls?

Is it to garner public opinion or to shape it?

Why did the govt encourage the benn bill to pass both houses with the pillock amendment?

Why have remainers gone back to court again and again to enforce an act that has no effect yet unless there is a problem with it?

Hammer and Pickle 11:23 Sat Oct 12
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Don’t rely on the polls, Kenneth.

Jaan Kenbrovin 11:10 Sat Oct 12
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The polls reckoned that before the referendum too.

Gavros 10:54 Sat Oct 12
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well, seeing as the polls now consistently show there are more remainers in the country than leavers, I gues the answer would be no.

Mike Oxsaw 10:26 Sat Oct 12
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Is there room in HMP for all the remainers?

I know! Make room by releasing all the rapists & nonces. They are, according to THE most feared remainer, better people than those who's views differ from his.

Hammer and Pickle 9:49 Sat Oct 12
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“No deal is the best option”

I thoroughly agree as it will facilitate a stretch at HMP for the arseholes responsible.

Jaan Kenbrovin 9:38 Sat Oct 12
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That's exactly the reason no deal is the best option, cunthooks. Glad you understand.

Hammer and Pickle 9:27 Sat Oct 12
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Any form of deal, other than no deal, LOLson is going to deliver is BINO, you mammoth blancmange.

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