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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2015-6-20 07:40     标题: 2015-06-20 脱欧公投法案 卡梅伦面临保守党内部分歧

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Tory Rebels Win Concession Over EU Vote Date


David Cameron appears ready to listen to his backbench MPs, with proposals for the referendum back on the Westminster agenda.

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作者: nanmoum    时间: 2015-6-20 11:42

HOMEWORK
It is almost four decades ago to the day that I, and millions of others in Britain, cast my vote in favour of our membership of the European Communities. Alike millions of others I believed then I was voting for an economic community that would bring significant economic benefits to Britain, but without undermining our national sovereignty. I don’t remember anybody saying anything about ever-closer union or a single currency. But Mr. Speaker the institution that the clear majority of the British people voted to join has changed almost beyond recognition in the decades since then. I must say there must have been some strange juxtapositions in the campaign hold in the 1870s, in which I took a very active part. Most of the debates I took part in were about the pooling of sovereignty and the direct applicability of European legislation without parliamentary intervention, which was a very controversial subject. And otherwise, ever-closer union was in the treaty to which we were acceding. Well, Mr. Speaker, call me negligent, but as an 18-year-old voter in that election, I didn’t actually read the treaty before I cast my vote.
作者: 深白的蓝    时间: 2015-6-20 19:45     标题: [Homework]2015-06-20 脱欧公投法案 卡梅伦面临保守党内部分歧

It is almost four decades ago to the day that I and millions of others in Britain casted my vote in favour of our membership of the European communities, and like millions of others, I believe then I was voting for an economic community that would bring significant economic benefits to Britain, but without undermining our national sovereignty, I don't remember anybody saying anything about ever close the union or a single currency, but Mr speaker the institution that the clear majority of the British people voted to join has changed almost beyond recognition in the decades since then.
I must say there must have been some strange just positions in the campaign held in the 1970s, in which I took a very active part, most of the debates I took part in were about the polling of sovereignty and the direct * of European legislation without parliamentary intervention which was a very controversial subject, and otherwise the ever close the union was in the treaty to which we were acceding.
Well, Mr speaker call me negligence, call me negligent, but as a 18-year old voter in that election, I didn't actually read the treaty before I casted my vote.

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作者: 我是小壮壮    时间: 2015-6-20 20:33     标题: [Homework]2015-06-20 脱欧公投法案 卡梅伦面临保守党内部分歧

He is almost four decades ago to the day that i and millions of others in Britain cast my vote in favor of my membership of the European Communities. Alike millions of others i believe that i was voting for an economic community that would break significant economic benefit to Britain but without undermining our national sovereignty. I don't remember anybody say anything about ever close the union or a single currency. But Mr.Speaker, the institution of the clear majority of British people voting to join has changed mostly beyond recognition in the decade since then.
I must say that must be in some strange juxtapositions in the campaign held in the 1970, in which i took a very active part. Most of the debates i took part in were about the pooling of sovereignty and the direct act of the .. of an European Legislation without parliamentary intervention which was very controversial subject. And otherwise the ever close union was in the treaty to which we were acceding.
Well, Mr.Speaker, call me negligent, but as 19 year old vote election, i didn't actually read the treaty.
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作者: yong999988    时间: 2015-6-26 09:45

It is almost 4 decades ago to the day, that I and millions of others in Britain cast my vote in favor of our memberships of our European communities, and like millions of others, I believed then, I was voting for an economic community that would bring significant economic benefits to Britain but without undermining our national sovereignty.
I don’t remember anybody saying about ever closed union, or a single currency. So, Mr. Speaker, the institution, the clear majority of the British people voted to join has changed almost beyond recognition in the decade since then. Good bye, I don’t think that way.
I would. I must say there must have been some strange juxtapositions in the campaign held in the 1970s, in which I took very active part, most of the debates I took part in were about the pooling of the sovereignty and the direct *advocate of with wieldy of European legislation without parliamentary intervention, which was a very controversial subject, and otherwise, the ever enclosed union was in the treaty to which we were exceeding.
Well, Mr. Speaker, call me negligence, call me negligent. But as an 18 year old voter in that election, I didn’t actually read the treaty before I cast my vote.
作者: 山河做礼    时间: 2020-2-13 17:53     标题: [Homework]2015-06-20 脱欧公投法案 卡梅伦面临保守党内部分歧

Homework: It is almost 4 decades ago to the day, but i and millions of others in britain cast my vote in favor of our membership of the european communities and, like millions of others, believe it was for an economic community but would bring significant economic benefits to britain, but without undermining national sovereignty, i don't remember anybody saying anything about ever closer union or a single mr speaker, the institution, the majority of the british people voted to join has changed almost beyond recognition in the decades since then. it must be in some strange positions in the campaign held in the 19 70s, in which I took a very active part, most of the debates I took about the pooling of sovereignty and the direct actuality of European legislation without parliamentary intervention, which was a very controversial subject, and the ever closer Union was in the tree, well, call me call me .Call me but put an 18 year old, but an 18 year old voter in that election, I didn't actually read the treaties.

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作者: 十人九慕    时间: 2020-2-16 19:02     标题: [Homework]2015-06-20 脱欧公投法案 卡梅伦面临保守党内部分歧

It is almost four decades ago to the day, the iron and millions of others in Britain cast my vote in favour of our membership of the European communities. And like millions of others, I believe then I was wating for an economic community but would bring significant economic benefits to Britain. But without undermining our national. I don't remember anybody saying anything about ever close union or a single. The minister speaker, the institution, the clear majority of the British people voted to join has changed almost beyond recognition in the decades since then. I, I will. I must say the must be in some strange struck positions in the held in the 1970s, in which I took a very active part, most of the debates I took about in every part. The pooling of  and the direct actuality reliability of European without parliamentary invention, which was a very controvertial subject. And other ways, the ever close Union was in the treaty to which we work city. Well, MR speaker, call me, call me . But 18 year old, but 18 year old not election, I didn't actually read the treaty before I casted my vote.
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