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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 6:41 Mon Jun 17
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People rightly cunt off Pickled because he's an interfering foreign prick. What's your excuse?

Mike Oxsaw 6:38 Mon Jun 17
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ChillTheKeel 6:20 Mon Jun 17

Easily offset by not having to rape that same magic money tree every year, for all eternity, and let the EU spunk the money away instead.

Are you pickled's new pet?

Gavros 6:21 Mon Jun 17
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Afternoon, Old Spice

ChillTheKeel 6:20 Mon Jun 17
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Thank fuck a ND Brexit will so painless that the government won't have already spunked billions (4.2) of BRITISH taxpayers money from their magic tree in case it happens.

ChillTheKeel 6:18 Mon Jun 17
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An oddball foreigner who won't be remotely affected by Brexit is demanding I make a list for him, with 5 (FIVE) examples.

*Pats silly foreigner on the head.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:18 Mon Jun 17
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That would appear to be Ireland's problem.

Gavros 6:14 Mon Jun 17
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The Republic of Ireland would have to build border inspection posts if it wanted to continue importing food from Northern Ireland in the event of a no-deal Brexit, a report has concluded.

The study was commissioned by NI's Department for the Economy.

The EU has strict rules for checking imports of animals and food products at its borders.

Those products must come through inspection posts in the immediate vicinity of the point of entry.

Ireland currently has border inspection posts (BIPS) at Dublin Airport Port, Dublin Port and Shannon Airport.

Mike Oxsaw 6:11 Mon Jun 17
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Right then, "WHAT" will create this chaos.

Just saying "Brexit will create the chaos" is as good as you admitting that you don't have a fucking clue (which will come as no surprise).

Just list 5 (that's FIVE, if you can count that far) things that will be happening as a result of a no deal Brexit that will fuck the country up the arse.

ChillTheKeel 5:38 Mon Jun 17
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So, who, exactly is going to create this chaos? You don't know, do you?
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What you mean 'who'? It's 'what' you spanner. I do know that it won't affect you though, so fuck off you nosy cunt.

Mike Oxsaw 5:37 Mon Jun 17
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"Perhaps all that work that's gone into it that shows that the country starts to literally stave within a couple of days? "

What, all that work that has lead to the ports saying they won't be applying additional administrative restrictions at the point of entry for goods? All that additional work that has culminated in both the EU and UK government saying they won't be introducing any processes that impact imports and exports?

In fact, all that additional work that has led to anyone in a position to impose a negative impact upon a no deal exit has said that they won't? (Apart from a bunch of chancy moody French customs agents, who's activities are easily circumventable)?

Is that the work to which you're referring?

Mike Oxsaw 5:29 Mon Jun 17
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ChillTheKeel 4:37 Mon Jun 17

So, who, exactly is going to create this chaos? You don't know, do you?

If any remainer knew what and where the problems are going to come from, they'd put up an irrefutable list, but they haven't because all these "problems" are figments of their imagination. Scares the shit out of them, so they need everybody else to feel scared, too, so they don't feel a complete arse.

And as for not affecting me?

A few less Eastern European types in Belvedere would mean that my future appointments at my local doctor would consistently be less than a week from the time I make it, as opposed to the two weeks it is now.

It certainly won't adversely affect you though, because absolutely NOTHING is going to happen.

Gavros 4:45 Mon Jun 17
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13 Brentford Rd 4:38 Mon Jun 17
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To try to leave and then not requires MV4, and during MV4 another amendment forcing the PM to ask for an extension in the event that the WA isnt passed in time would be put through.

13 Brentford Rd 4:43 Mon Jun 17
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Except I just said I couldn't see too much wrong with May's deal except the backstop and that I have never actually advocated leaving without a deal, just that whether people like it or not the default position currently is that on 31st October leave without a deal, dimwit.

Gavros 4:40 Mon Jun 17
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"What, exactly is it in "No Deal" that scares the shit out of snowflakes?"

Perhaps all that work that's gone into it that shows that the country starts to literally stave within a couple of days?

This "lets no deal and then negotiate" idea is the most spastic argument ever (no suprise then that intellectual heavyweights Oxsaw, Wullie and Brenty are for it). the EU have already said that any post Brexit negotiation would be predicated on the UK paying its debt and agreeing to the backstop, in other words, agreeing to the things you currently disagree with and want to get changed. It'd put the country through a massive shock with nothing to show for it.

13 Brentford Rd 4:38 Mon Jun 17
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Not necessarily, we might get to a situation where despite the PMs best efforts no deal is agreed, they don't have to state it as a preferred option and it may not be their preferred option, but it might end up being the only option.
Even if a vote of no confidence is tabled you are then expecting Tory MPs and enought Brexit MPs to vote against their own interests and beliefs like turkeys voting for Xmas

ChillTheKeel 4:37 Mon Jun 17
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What, exactly is it in "No Deal" that scares the shit out of snowflakes?

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So easy to be causal about it when you're not affected, isn't it johnny?

I'm not scared of ND, it'll be chaos but it'll ensure the demolition of the Tories for a generation - hence why the next PM whoever he may be, won't do it.

Mike Oxsaw 4:34 Mon Jun 17
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What, exactly is it in "No Deal" that scares the shit out of snowflakes?

All it means is that putting a deal together starts after, not before we leave.

Who is it that will cause this tsunami of fuckeries at that point? I think they should all be outed and forced to explain why.

Hammer and Pickle 4:28 Mon Jun 17
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When you have worked out the difference between what you want to hear from a politician based on your expectations and reality, you will realise the new PM’s first task will be to prevent no deal.

So prepare yourself to demonstrate how betrayed and frustrated you are, Brentz.

Gavros 4:24 Mon Jun 17
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Youre talking shit brenty son. In the event that a PM declared that he was definitely going for no deal the government would be brought down by MPs. If the same PM led the party into the resulting GE on a no deal ticket he'd get smashed. The resulting coalition of Lib Dems, labour and nationalists would then retract A50 and set up some sort of 'people's conference' on what to do next.

13 Brentford Rd 4:20 Mon Jun 17
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Doesn't change the fact that as things stand we leave the EU on the 31st Oct with no deal.
About time people and MPs woke up the reality. The EU earned us not waste anymore time after the 2nd extension was granted and all that's happened since is a spring recess in Parliament followed by another Tory leadership context which will be followed by a summer recess.

Gavros 4:07 Mon Jun 17
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The backstop already has within it a "best efforts" pledge on the part of both the EU and UK to find an alternative to the customs union....however, technology cannot be exchanged for phyto/sanitary checks should UK food and agri regulations change, so in truth there will always be something of a sea border between NI and rUK.

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