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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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Darlo Debs 1:21 Sat Oct 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Side Block.said he liked them, i am.entitled to.an opinion as to why i.don't.

We'd not even be going through all.this bollocks if wasn't for Farage being the tail.wagging the Tory dog so yes sadly he is part of the Brexit process. But am not gonna fuck off until.i decide to. Thanks for the pleasant suggestion though.

Gavros 11:21 Fri Oct 18
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I always saw it as fairly pointless, but in any case the outer house of the Court of Session always decides against him to allow the inner house (the senior one) to judge on appeal, where he usually wins. Dont know if he's going to bother appealing this time. The letwin amendment potentially far more important.

Kaiser Zoso 10:59 Fri Oct 18
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You should have told your mate Jolyon if you’re such a fucking expert, it would have saved him thousands?

Gavros 10:40 Fri Oct 18
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No. As i said before all the government need to do is amend the prior Rees Mogg amendment to make it effectivly null and void.

Gutted thst you cant seem to work out whats actually significant or not?

Kaiser Zoso 10:03 Fri Oct 18
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Scotland's highest civil court has dismissed a legal bid to stop the UK government from passing its proposed EU withdrawal agreement.
Anti-Brexit campaigners had argued the deal contravened legislation preventing Northern Ireland from forming part of a separate customs territory.
However, Lord Pentland ruled the application was "misconceived and unjustified".
Campaigner Jo Maugham QC said the case was now unlikely to proceed further.

Gutted?

BRANDED 9:55 Fri Oct 18
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Not really fixed Ponceon

Mike Oxsaw 9:02 Fri Oct 18
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Is Letwin determined to go down in history as the person who defied the democratic will of the people? Fucking vain pansy if that's the case.

Johnson 9:02 Fri Oct 18
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BRANDED 8:24 Fri Oct 18
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Brexit vote in Commons could be delayed in extraordinary move by MPs to prevent Brexit


Fixed it for you

Gavros 8:41 Fri Oct 18
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Another excellent piece of legislative casting by Letwin. Johnson may also be perfectly happy to go with it too because it gives the impression he stuck by his promise and gives to to get the needed legislation done.

Gavros 8:37 Fri Oct 18
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Yes, as i said earlier the Letwin Amendment if passed makes the deal effectively an indicative vote, forces an extension, and as a result further in depth scrutiny of deal in WAB and other Bills long enough to pass them and to add further amendments if necessary including against crashing out at any point and a conformatiory referendum before rhe actual vote takes place. Itll look like brexit is done ("we left the 31st October") but in reality far from that.

Gavros 8:37 Fri Oct 18
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Yes, as i said earlier the Letwin Amendment if passed makes the deal effectively an indicative vote, forces rue extension, and as a result further in depth scrutiny of deal in WAB and other Bills long enough to pass them and to add further amendments if necessary including against crashing out at any point and a conformatiory referendum before rhe actual vote takes place. Itll look like brexit is done ("we left the 31st October") but in reality far from that.

BRANDED 8:24 Fri Oct 18
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Brexit vote in Commons could be delayed in extraordinary move by MPs to prevent risk of no-deal

Side of Ham 8:17 Fri Oct 18
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Debs, two individuals who's politics you don't like before you even get onto them personally.

Just fuck off, it's boring they are part of this Brexit process and people had to vote in or out and they represent out, it doesn't mean leavers have to be so subservient as you, and they can use them/support them for the sole purpose of wanting them to see Brexit through and that is all.

Chill, learn to do better comebacks and don't rip off other people in doing so.....it'll be hard for you i know, being a comfort blanket type....

ChillTheKeel 7:49 Fri Oct 18
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Do you honestly think Chill your avoidance of things gets you anywhere....and i don't mean on this site.....you might be able to get in the right body if you did....


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That's some proper Class A rambling. That or hooch. Probably the latter to be fair.

Darlo Debs 7:41 Fri Oct 18
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Not talking party politics at all, i am talking about 2 individuals.

Side of Ham 7:37 Fri Oct 18
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Do you honestly think Chill your avoidance of things gets you anywhere....and i don't mean on this site.....you might be able to get in the right body if you did....

ChillTheKeel 7:31 Fri Oct 18
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HA! I bet you've lost count on how many bottles you've downed today, you rambling fucking mess

Side of Ham 7:27 Fri Oct 18
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Chill, Corbyn's shit at what he does but you believe in him like a little lost lamb.

On that basis everyone knows there's no reason to wait all day to put a no mark like you in your place....you're on here constantly for long periods baring a few days here and there.

...now tell us you don't stick up for ol' Jezzbollah.

Side of Ham 7:13 Fri Oct 18
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Debs this is where you party politics obsessives are idiots, you'd rather take this off on a tangent where ALL leaders of parties can be deemed something atrocious just for you to think you are doing the morally right thing spouting your shit about them we ALL already know.

Fuck off and start a party politics thread to discuss these cunts. On this thread (Brexit achievement) they are a means to an end.

ChillTheKeel 7:11 Fri Oct 18
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Side of Ham 6:57


Look at Snide, he waits on here all day for any chance to pounce on whichever poster the weirdo drunk is currently stalking

ChillTheKeel 7:10 Fri Oct 18
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Johnson 6:50

I like the majority of his policies, chubby Tory. Fuck all more.

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