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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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Hammer and Pickle 3:45 Sun Sep 15
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Pickle Rick 2:48 Sun Sep 15

That’s not true.

Why are you lying?

ChillTheKeel 3:31 Sun Sep 15
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Oh yeah, and the transparent tit always gets triggered at anyone who slates his beloved Tories.
Against party politics my fucking arse.

ChillTheKeel 3:29 Sun Sep 15
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Snide of Ham - the drunken mess who believes he speaks for the nation from his windowless basement bedsit.

Willtell 2:48 Sun Sep 15
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SofH
It's absolutely clear that party politics is what has fucked what should have been a simple cross party decision. To leave the EU.

Mind you, had the MP's all got together to decide how to proceed, they would almost certainly have managed to fuck it up anyway.

MPs have only proven their incompetence over the last 3 years and the sooner there's an election for a clear-out the better...

Pickle Rick 2:48 Sun Sep 15
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H&P,

You have spent the past 3 years making spurious comments on how life after Brexit will be in the UK without producing facts, just opinion and what you read from ft.com. So you asking for facts is ironic as you yourself cannot produce any.

Side of Ham 2:32 Sun Sep 15
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When will party politics wankers like Chill (who are so one dimensional that they can only see a small section of the picture) see that most normal people can see the whole picture and that Bozo just happens to be the leader of a shit party that seemly is still more trusted to begrudginly lead this country over the other REALLY shit parties who offer very little ability to do so.

He always tries to categorise people into his immature way of seeing things, that you can only vote for one political party/person ALL your life.

What a prick he is.

Willtell 2:20 Sun Sep 15
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I expect everyone with more than the 1 brain cell of Labour voters will not give Boris a 2nd thought while voting Brexit Party...

ChillTheKeel 1:55 Sun Sep 15
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So long as BJ delivers the request, he’s fulfilling his obligation

_______

And what if he doesn't? Will his oddball cult still salivate over his rotting corpse in some ditch?

Gavros 1:44 Sun Sep 15
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The EU will grant an extension, hopes and dreams they wont is just brexit fantasy land.

As for johnson, he is now totally powerless. A puppet king for you muppet brexit knobs. Parliament will now dictate whether we have a november general election or a referendum next summer.

Get used to it. Its over.

Hammer and Pickle 1:38 Sun Sep 15
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Pickle Rick 1:23 Sun Sep 15

🌺🌺🌺🌺 What’s so ironic about it then?

The claim is the biggest trading organisation of sovereign democracies is about to sink into the Atlantic.

The civil service (we pay for it, remember?) has provided loads of factual evidence to support my case that leaving the EU is a very, very questionable proposition so chop, chop - there’s a nice fellow. Some facts please. 🧚‍♂️🧚‍♂️🧚‍♂️🧚‍♂️🧚‍♂️

DocMarten 1:35 Sun Sep 15
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So long as BJ delivers the request, he’s fulfilling his obligation. Whatever else says or does when it delivers it, is entirely up to him.

Pickle Rick 1:32 Sun Sep 15
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This is based on the premise that the EU27 agree to an extension, only takes one of them to say no and the law counts for squat.

DocMarten 1:31 Sun Sep 15
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Willtell...

Don’t forget the blindfold as we go over the cliff edge...

Gavros 1:31 Sun Sep 15
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Actually its now law that nothing will happen on 31st october unless parliament grants it, and parliament wont.

Also hoping that johnson will just ignore the command to get an extension is futile because otherwise the scottish court can and will do it and lock him up for refusing to.

How'd you like them apples?

Mike Oxsaw 1:29 Sun Sep 15
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Has anybody here actually driven over a cliff? What was it like? Did you get the 15 minutes of fame we were all promised?

Pickle Rick 1:23 Sun Sep 15
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H&P,

The irony of you asking for facts!!!

Willtell 12:56 Sun Sep 15
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Actually Mike it's driving off the edge of the cliff while crashing out...

Mike the Hammer 12:51 Sun Sep 15
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Willtell,

It's leave with a deal or go crashing out without one,,,

Hammer and Pickle 12:40 Sun Sep 15
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May I politely ask what facts you have to show the EU is a Titanic (a doomed vessel). Also, who are you expecting to make this distance and how?

Also, if no deal Brexit is your preferred course of action, what exactly do you mean by "short term disruption'?

Willtell 12:36 Sun Sep 15
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Yes it's crazy really because 17.4m people voted leave.

Only 16.1m (iirc) voted remain.

Should have been end of story but a remain parliament, remain civil service and remain MSM have conspired to ignore the basic principle of democracy. Winner takes all.

Thank goodness it will all be over by 31st October when we leave with or without a deal....

GreenStreetPlayer 12:34 Sun Sep 15
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Even leavers agree there may be some short term disruption from exiting, but this will be short lived.
All this talk of bad for this country, we will be okay but my concern is how much entangled we will still be with the EU.
I could see shortly after we leave the wheels will come off the EU and the Financial crisis will be nothing compared to this fall out.
The project was always a bad idea.
We have to distance ourselves as much as we can and as quickly as possible or we will also drown on the EU Titanic.
We need to SOS save our souls.

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