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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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Mike Oxsaw 12:26 Sat Mar 28
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Sven Roeder 11:34 Sat Mar 28

If that happens then surely the most natural and obvious thing to do is for Germany to expand her borders, say, 300km outwards in every direction, in order to properly accommodate it's newly acquired population of immigrants.

In fact, all they really need do is relabel the EU "Germany", and job done.

Kaiser Zoso 11:35 Sat Mar 28
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lol

Sven Roeder 11:34 Sat Mar 28
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Reckon a few more countries like Holland might be queuing up for their own Brexit (Netherexit?) once they realise their bills to support the beggars like Greece and Poland which were going up once Britain left are now going stratospheric.
Might just be left with Germany stuck with all the ponces sucking at Merkels TEAT & the European Fatherland Plan in tatters.

Mike Oxsaw 11:01 Sat Mar 28
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Eastern Europe has had decades since the fall of the Berlin wall to get it's fiscal & commercial acts in order.

Given it's geographical location and abundant resources (both human & natural) it should be beating off global investors with a shitty stick.

Why is this not the case?

Hammer and Pickle 10:40 Sat Mar 28
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I see the Arsehole of Biblical Proportions has learnt absolutely nothing from the 20th Century. It's comprehensive school stuff on the French obsession of punishing Germany at Versailles that lead directly to the collapse of civil order in the Europe of Europe and rise of the Nazis ЦОЦК has failed to grasp.

So of course he cannot comprehend that the whole point of the EU is to make sure there is an institutional order tying Germany into a cooperative and supporting relationship with its continental partners.

D- (oh and fuck off).

only1billybonds 10:32 Sat Mar 28
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Crucial now that we dont extend the transition period this keeping us tied to EU rules. The cost of this pandemic is going to be huge for everyone,as i said before,it would be insane for us to stay tied to the bloc in anyway that would force us to help with the eventual bailout.

The crumbling of the efidice will hasten. Be right up the Albanians street.

Mike Oxsaw 10:21 Sat Mar 28
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This virus, then, offers the perfect opportunity to do that. A single dose of medicine to cure two ills.

riosleftsock 10:16 Sat Mar 28
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Mike

It goes back to the same situation Varoufakis wrote about in his book.

Let them use the drachma again, so they can devalue their currency once its over. They just need to agree what percentage of debt can be converted to drachma and how much must be in euros or usd.

Or else every country will start demanding the real cost of WW2 reparations from Germany. The argument never ends, because the problem was not resolved fairly 75 years ago.

Mike Oxsaw 10:04 Sat Mar 28
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I make the Dutch PM right.

Don't spent money that you haven't earned, can't earn, won't earn, or have no intention of ever earning.

The world does not ow the Greeks a living simply because it's often regarded as the seat of modern democracy.

balders 7:10 Sat Mar 28
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The gift that keeps giving

The Dutch pm has been accused of being a modern day chamberlain an appeaser by the Greek finance minister

All because he has stood up for the Dutch people and has said won’t agree to euro bonds where the Dutch have to bail out Italy Spain Greece and Eastern Europe again

lowermarshhammer 3:43 Sat Mar 28
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I wonder if this Virus might end up proving that Brexit was the best choice we made since deciding to side with Poles way back when.

Won't know for at least another 25 years minimum but who knows? Fucking no one.

lowermarshhammer 3:43 Sat Mar 28
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I wonder if this Virus might end up proving that Brexit was the best choice we made since deciding to side with Poles way back when.

Won't know for at least another 25 years minimum but who knows? Fucking no one.

lowermarshhammer 3:43 Sat Mar 28
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I wonder if this Virus might end up proving that Brexit was the best choice we made since deciding to side with Poles way back when.

Won't know for at least another 25 years minimum but who knows? Fucking no one.

bruuuno 2:00 Sat Mar 28
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Johnson 10:05 Fri Mar 27
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That is madness. Albania is essentially a narco state

Mike Oxsaw 3:06 Fri Mar 27
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Gotta get the WORDING right only 1 son, wording's important, really important - especially on things like UK Benefit Forms, of which I understand China will be placing a big order for soon.

only1billybonds 2:32 Fri Mar 27
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From the Financial Times.

EU27 prime ministers and presidents dialled in for over five hours on Thursday evening for a virtual summit which — in somewhat typical EU style — descended into a prolonged struggle over how to formulate one paragraph of their statement. In this case, the disagreement was about how far to pool resources to repair the economic destruction caused by Covid-19.


5 hours to dither over the wording of a paragraph?

And yet there are still some who lament the day we left this shitshow.

Westside 12:16 Fri Mar 27
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Wasn’t the Germans supposed to pay ‘Europe’ back and rebuild it for the Second World War damage but never did?

No cash was asked for or paid. Reparations were settled with land, industrial assets, intellectual property and forced labour.

Kaiser Zoso 12:12 Fri Mar 27
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Pickle has obviously got no moral objection where the latest hand out comes from, as long as there is one.

Side of Ham 11:05 Fri Mar 27
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If you actually listened to the older generations you’d know that they woke up to everyday knowing that if they got ill they were highly likely not to be able to afford to get treated for it and it would lead straight into something you could die of and there were far fewer vaccinations for anything AND they rarely knew when their next good meal was coming from.....still off they went through the years hoping they’d make adulthood.....

.....still we’ve done a locust swarm on the supermarkets and been told to stay in us poor sods....in the main on 80% pay.....

White Pony 10:48 Fri Mar 27
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Just to lift all our spirits, back comes the Brexit thread.

Mike Oxsaw 10:42 Fri Mar 27
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If there's "no shortage of money" in the EU, then they won't be borrowing any more and further condemning those who follow to several generations of interest payments over progress.

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