David Cameron says he has "misgivings" about the proposed law to override the withdrawal agreement.
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Well, that should be the last one, unless I'm forgetting someone? May, Cameron, Brown, Blair, Major. Any more and we'll be requiring a touch of Necromancy. :P

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Not that I care what he has to say, but Cameron has hardly spoken out against the Bill. He's just said he has some misgivings and that such a bill should be a last-resort. forgive me if I've missed something, but didn't Boris and the Tories say that the so-called controversial bits were a last-resort, ie it says the government MAY do things, not WILL do things.
This rticle is mostly BBC spin rather that a attack from Cameron. Most of the article is not even about Cameron's words.

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Coincidentally, all of them campaigned to stay in the EU.

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Another despised creature crawls out of the woodwork.

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Any "misgivings" about the destruction of Libya. pig fucker?

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BBC - The Brussels Broadcasting Corporation

Just singing from the EU hymn sheet. No criticism allowed.

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As if we didn't already realise.

All five previous prime ministers acted against the interests of our nation and its people.

They are traitors, they should be tried for treason.

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What do these cunts have to say about the EU's unreasonable and ridiculous position in the negotiation?

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Just wait until the 6th, Boris Johnson, also speaks out against it and fucks us over.

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Because they're all drinking from the same trough. Is that so hard to see?

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