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You managed to quote the bit at the bottom of my post Oaksoft, but you were too thick to read the rest obviously. :rolleyes:

Communicating your point clearly and concisely is an art form which you have failed to master.

Your points are all over the place on virtually every topic.

Its almost as though its deliberate.

See when everyone reading your posts "misses the point", you should look at yourself and how you express yourself.

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Well stop bringing up the independence referendum then.

You're obsessed FFS.

You and BuddieInEK.

You'd have thought the pair of you were on the losing side the way you keep going on about it.

Errrrr.. You just mentioned it! Edited by BuddieinEK

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Vote in Tories calling vote out Tories liars.

Boris Johnson 'confuses fact and fiction' - Chris Patten - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-eu-referendum-36401104

Vote out Tories calling vote in Tories liars

http://home.bt.com/news/uk-news/iain-duncan-smith-remain-vote-could-cost-pensioners-dramatic-sums-of-money-11364064657787

To summarise, the Tories admit they're all liars. Not that it's news to most of us.

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The bull and in fighting continues.

The EU referendum debate dominates the Sunday papers, with the new plastic banknote and some rather odd health advice also in the news.

The Sunday Times reports that Justice Secretary Michael Gove and former London Mayor Boris Johnson have written to David Cameron saying his immigration policy is "corrosive of public trust".

They called on Mr Cameron to ditch his pledge to limit net migration to the tens of thousands a year because it has failed so spectacularly, says the paper.

It continues: "In the most pointed 'blue on blue' attack to date by the leaders of the Brexit campaign, Gove and Johnson ridicule the prime minister's flagship promise."

Mr Cameron is also criticised by another leading Brexit campaigner in the Sunday Telegraph.

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Priti Patel criticises the Remain leaders

In an article for the paper, employment minister Priti Patel says those leading the Remain campaign are too wealthy to share the concerns of working families about mass migration.

The Telegraph says: "Although she does not directly name Mr Cameron and George Osborne, she repeatedly makes clear she is aiming her criticism at the 'leaders' of the Remain campaign, who include the prime minister and the chancellor.

"In remarks that will deepen the divide at the top of the Tory Party, Ms Patel claims many Remain campaigners only see the benefits of migration, such as cheap domestic help and willing tradesmen.

"Her comments will be seen as sign of how the campaign is becoming increasingly personal."

The Telegraph says migration policy is a critical battle ground in the referendum and seen as the most potent weapon in the Leave campaign's armoury.

The Sunday Express covers a report by the Institute of Economic Affairs think tank which, it says, suggests the UK would be legally entitled to use existing trade deals worth billions of pounds even if the country voted to leave the EU.

The Sun says Mr Cameron is braced for a "shootout" with his ant-EU rivals after the referendum.

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The thing wot I mention not!

Was in the middle of replying when the lights went down and theatre curtain up!

Spillchuck (sic) took care of the rest!

I cant believe you are able to access BAWA from a strip club.

Changed times Bud.

Changed times indeed.

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What a U turn by David Cameron as he continues to lose all credibility.

David Cameron has hailed Labour's Sadiq Khan as "a proud Muslim" and "a proud Brit" as he shared a platform with the London Mayor at an EU Remain rally.

They were launching a Britain Stronger In Europe battle bus and pledge card.

But Vote Leave said the PM's criticisms of Mr Khan during the mayoral contest less than a month ago showed he could not be trusted.

UKIP MP Douglas Carswell said the PM had accused Mr Khan of being a "terrorist sympathiser".

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Would this help Taxi drivers if we leave?

Leading figures in the campaign for Britain to leave the European Union say they want to be able to scrap VAT on fuel to help the poorest households.

Tories Michael Gove and Boris Johnson and Labour's Gisela Stuart wrote in the Sun that the tax on energy bills cannot be scrapped because of EU rules.

Chancellor George Osborne said this was "fantasy land" economics.

Remain campaigners accused Vote Leave of promising a "make-believe land of milk and honey" if the UK left the EU.

There is one week left to register to vote in the EU referendum on 23 June.

The Electoral Commission says that, even after recent surges in registrations, many people are still not signed up to vote.

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Would this help Taxi drivers if we leave?

Leading figures in the campaign for Britain to leave the European Union say they want to be able to scrap VAT on fuel to help the poorest households.

Tories Michael Gove and Boris Johnson and Labour's Gisela Stuart wrote in the Sun that the tax on energy bills cannot be scrapped because of EU rules.

Chancellor George Osborne said this was "fantasy land" economics.

Remain campaigners accused Vote Leave of promising a "make-believe land of milk and honey" if the UK left the EU.

There is one week left to register to vote in the EU referendum on 23 June.

The Electoral Commission says that, even after recent surges in registrations, many people are still not signed up to vote.

Hilarious. Help the poorest by making petrol cheaper?

If you have a car then by definition you cannot be poor in the first place.

Lets put it this way, if the poorest in our society are all driving around in cars then I am not inclined to help any of them financially beyond the tax I am already paying.

So either the VOte Leave folk are trying to help people who will not be affected by a reduction in VAT or they are suggesting we chuck money at people who have prioritised a car above food, heating and accommodation. Neither are vote winners TBH.

Edited by oaksoft

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Hilarious. Help the poorest by making petrol cheaper?

If you have a car then by definition you cannot be poor in the first place.

Lets put it this way, if the poorest in our society are all driving around in cars then I am not inclined to help any of them financially beyond the tax I am already paying.

So either the VOte Leave folk are trying to help people who will not be affected by a reduction in VAT or they are suggesting we chuck money at people who have prioritised a car above food, heating and accommodation. Neither are vote winners TBH.

I think you've lost the plot slightly. It says fuel, this could be heating fuel. It doesn't say petrol.

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Hilarious. Help the poorest by making petrol cheaper?

If you have a car then by definition you cannot be poor in the first place.

Lets put it this way, if the poorest in our society are all driving around in cars then I am not inclined to help any of them financially beyond the tax I am already paying.

So either the VOte Leave folk are trying to help people who will not be affected by a reduction in VAT or they are suggesting we chuck money at people who have prioritised a car above food, heating and accommodation. Neither are vote winners TBH.

What do buses run on?

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