October 24th, 2012

The Peoples’ EU Withdrawal Bill Reaches Commons

Over the summer Douglas Carswell open sourced a Private Members’ Bill with Guido and the people/readers chose a EU withdrawal option. Well this Friday it will be debated in the House:

With a concerted effort on the Tory backbenches, this could be a bit of fun…


115 Comments

  1. 1
    ALD says:

    It won’t get anywhere as the MP’s own personal interest is to keep the Euro gravy train going at all costs.

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    • 3
      UKIP.i.am says:

      It won’t get anywhere because the Liblabcon dictatorship will defy the will of the people.

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      • 4
        UKIP.i.am says:

        Yes/No is good enough for Scotland. Too good for English plebs.

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        • 15
          V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

          The EU is the failed MP job centre and their additional pension. I can’t see them voting for withdrawal. The political class are against the wishes of the people.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Spot on. Think of the Kinnochios : not a penny with which to scratch their backsides until their “consolation” prize for having lost to John Major. Now millionnaires, 2 certainly, probably the whole bloody family.

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          • Neil Kinnock says:

            If you think that when I go to Brussels, I will go ‘native’ well all I can say is, you don’t know me and you don’t know what I’m made of.

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      • 16
        UKIP.i.am says:

        This picture sums up the EU

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        • 27
          Really? says:

          Farage hole in one, as usual.

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          • John Bercow's step ladder says:

            Indeed; yet another!!!!!!!1

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          • Sandra in Accounts says:

            Farage is a legend. I dont care which part of the Lib / Lab / Con Party gets into Number 10 next time, Nigel has my vote.

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          • Anonymous says:

            I’m with Sandra.

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          • UKIP convert says:

            with all with Sandra

            VOTE U K I P >>>>>>>>> U K I P>>>>>>>>> U K I P

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          • UKIP convert says:

            Ooooops “We are all with Sandra”…….

            its time for another coffee to get the grey cell working

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          • old git says:

            Come all the electorate throughout the UK
            It’s time to ignore what the LIBLABCON say
            Lets face it these parties have all had their day
            Our politics need rearranging
            So go out and vote UKIP lets sweep them away
            For the times they are a changing

            Not one of them listens to our point of view
            They’d sooner give our cash to the EU
            So lets kick them out and try something new
            We can’t afford this lot remaining
            Political rethink is long overdue
            For the times they are a changing

            They lied about Lisbon and promised a vote
            There all Europhiles and in the same boat
            Their treachery just bring a lump to my throat
            As each other they just keep blaming
            So send them a message and let them take note
            That the times they are a changing

            We will no longer tolerate lies being told
            Tax breaks for the rich but more tax for the old
            Ruled from the EU and our birthrights sold
            They ignore us when we are complaining
            If we all vote UKIP there out in the cold
            For the times they all need changing

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        • 37
          John Bercow's step ladder says:

          Except the real dummy is still out and about

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        • 57
          The Golem says:

          Dave and Nick know their place. It must be an irritation that the rest of us don’t.

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        • 110

          Hole in one? More like a suicidal leap into the dark place he refers to.
          Thank heavens no-one takes any notice.

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    • 47
      anonymouse says:

      Turn the next general election into a referendum by spoiling our ballot papers overwriting “OUT OF EU” across it.

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    • 100
      Anonymous says:

      Daves arrogance aways defeats democracy
      Goodby Tories in 2015

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  2. 2
    Glyn H says:

    Go for it!
    (Oh, and Fat Pang thinks the BBC is independent! That’s a hoot!)

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    • 13
      Spode says:

      Fat Pang is severely rattled. Good.

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      • 26
        Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

        Fat Pang has come up short again.

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        • 97
          A hard Pressed TV Tax Payer says:

          Fat Pang having gone native from day one @ Al-Beeb & with all of

          his other money gathering ventures is only be able spend 2 to

          3 days a month as the less than Part Time Chairman. Once the current

          DG (who was annointed by Fat Pang in person) falls on his sword,

          Fat Pang will have No Option than to do the same & fall on his sword…….

          hopefully sooner rather later….what is needed is a truely independent

          Chairman who can sweep this large stable of left wing dominated

          excrement clean and then give proper leadership as a full time

          Chairman….. And start the long haul to TRY & re-gain the public’s trust

          as there is none at present.

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    • 115
      Archie says:

      Fat Pang always was a useless b@stard! Classic TINO, like Cameron!!

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  3. 5
    AngryEnglishJon says:

    Bet this makes headlines on Breakfast. Bill and Susanna making a good fist of the Bum Boys Club’s problems.

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  4. 6
    Swiss Bob says:

    “Well this Friday it will be debated in the House”

    No fucker will be there on a Friday!

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  5. 7
    Edward. says:

    Heath, was a treasonous scumbag nonpareil, the Tories backed him.

    Since then, nothing much has changed in the Tory party, well some of the newer lot ain’t so bad……it’s the executive and the yellow filth who are a rather large problem with the Green Tosser at the helm: naught will change…….Plus, Super R-ED Miliband would never vote to close down the commie Eurogravy express and client state permanent mass immigration corporate wet dream – raise that ceiling.

    Nonetheless, it’s worth a try, though I think, that invoking the article 50 [Lisbon treaty] route is the only way myself, or hopefully the euro will just implode [unlikely] – something has got to give and to get the nation away from the clutches of the slave empire.

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    • 24
      Really? says:

      There is a far easier and cost effective option.

      Stop paying our contributions and VAT ( an EU tax ) receipts to the corrupt club, unless and until, it’s accounts for the last seventeen years, are fully signed off by the auditors ( impossible, without revealing massive fraud ).

      All perfectly legal and bloodless, with the added benefit of saving tens of billions.

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    • 44
      Rotherham Person says:

      So that you agree with the Unions who inthe early 70’s were very against the EU?

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      • 65
        Anonymous says:

        Until they realised it was a Marxist scam to make members of the socialist parties of Europe rich beyond measure.

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  6. 8
    Andrew says:

    It won’t be debated, Guido, and you know it.

    The man Hemming has a Bill ahead of it and he and the supporters and opponents of that Bill can take up the entire day if they choose. Or they may let the debate on it die just in time for Douglas to begin his speech before the 2.30 p.m. axe falls.

    Hemming himself has been accused of many things and being short-winded is not one of them. His Bill is on his personal hobby-horse and he could fill five hours – which is all there is – without anybody’s help.

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    • 76
      jgm2 says:

      I thought a Private Members Bill needed 100% support before it has a hope of becoming law.

      Since there are surely some LibDems or bedwetter MPs who, from sheer devilment, will filibuster the Bill then it has no hope. I hadn’t realised it wasn’t even top of the agenda so it will get filibustered (as you point out) by whatever precedes it.

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  7. 9
    Tim Montgomerie says:

    On Conservative Home how we are fighting for every vote and why we need your help in Corby & East Northants.

    Our glorious leader,David Cameron,says that we can win there.

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  8. 11
    Mr N Griffin says:

    Mecca Donalds.

    Ramandown your throat for 80 years.

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  9. 14
    Nadine Dorries says:

    Esther Rantzen has said she should have done something to stop Jimmy Savile, but…

    That’s Life.

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  10. 18
    UKIP.i.am says:

    Ben fellows groped by Ken Clarke? Also claims that peeedos still rife at BBC.

    http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/352527/Sex-abuse-rife-at-BBC-says-Ben-Fellows

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  11. 23
    a non says:

    Ken Clarke a Pedeurophile?
    You have made my day.
    Bent Fellows got a book out?

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  12. 28
    Final Destination says:

    Pipe down you paranoid ukippers.
    You should be celebrating. Put on another record.
    We are being kicked out the EU anyway.

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  13. 29
    Spineless Swine says:

    Dear MP’s

    Whilst you might think your job description requires you to trouser as much money from the tax payer as possible, you are actually there to represent the people.

    A significant proportion of the people you represent, want us to leave the European Union.

    Please do your job and kick eighteen shades of hell out of the EU in this debate.

    Kind regards,

    The great-unwashed and massed-ranks-of-vote-wielding-plebs

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    • 38
      Spode MP says:

      Dear Mr Swine

      I am in receipt of your letter, the entire contents of which I unreservedly reject.

      Yours etc.

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  14. 30
    Grollace says:

    Plenty alive today remember how in 1972 a pound of Cheese became so expensive that we had to put old socks in our sarnies.

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  15. 31

    I remember from the 1964 general election the following poster:
    Let’s Go with Labour and we’ll get things done

    Just a few of the thousand things which Labour got done:

    Devaluation 1967
    Inflation 1970s
    Winter of Discontent 1979
    Banking regulation 1997
    Gulf War 2003
    Twice disgraced Mandelson appointed to EU 2004
    Habeas corpus killed 2006
    Banking collapse 2007
    Troughing MPs 2009

    http://bit.ly/VCBJkd

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    • 42
      Rotherham Person says:

      Cat the Gulf war refers usually to Iraq’s invasion of the Gulf states in the early 90’s, you mean the Bushy-B’Liar War 2003

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    • 66
      Raving Loon says:

      As bad as Labour are, I don’t see the Tories trying to overturn things.

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      • 82
        Anonymous says:

        Exactly.

        They’re all the same.

        It’s just the ignorant thick-as-pig-shit vermin on Greedo’s site who keep pretending otherwise.

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        • 90

          Dear me. You would not do well as a farmer, mixing your ungulates with your herbivores.

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          • Anyone but ZanuLieLabor says:

            Remember that Labour Gannex Coat Commie bas*tard Harold Wilson

            with his infamous saying after 1967 fiscal debacle his shower

            fermented “I haven’t devalued the Pound in your pocket”

            I recall the TV broadcast he made on Al-Beeb the two faced little

            lieing shi*t……& some things never change, except prices went through

            the roof & glad to say I never voted for this shower ever again…..

            the current 2 Ed’s aka dick heads is just a constant reminder of what

            crawls out of the sewer along with the stench that goes with them

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  16. 32
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD and CODFATHER of SOLE says:

    Just a token gesture i’m afraid
    They haven’t got the balls or backbone to see it through

    Lets face it you could make them to discuss the colour of dog shit , as long as a hundred thousand people sign your petition on you gov

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  17. 33
    Nick Clegg says:

    BBC Reports that jimmy saville was a financial contributor to childline.

    It’s not his fault , He thought it was an ordering service!

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  18. 34
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Tom Watson’s silence over the BBC/Savile issue, and the Daily Mirror hacking, shows him up for what he is. A hypocritical two faced money grabbing shit.

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    • 50
      Sol Yushun says:

      You forgot ‘fat’ and ‘troughing’.

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    • 51
      a non says:

      Watson ,has unfortunately the excuse of being Labour’s campaign coordinator or some such title, and Corby will change hands whether he participates or not.
      Expect to see him again soon after the by-election.
      Re BBC / Savile it will go the way of 1997- 2010- it never happened; and even if others remind us it did. it was all Pitt the Youngers fault

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      • 111
        Steve Lloyd. says:

        People must wake up to the power these events give us over the left, let me explain. For most of the thirteen years in power the left had a stick to beat people with. It’s a stick they still use today, although it may have lost some of it’s potency, with the change of the goverment, but not all by far.

        That stick was the word racist. Object to mass immigration. You are a racist. Object to the massive incentives immigrants/asylum seekers get ( read the secret tenancy agreement http://tinyurl.com/8jk6o44 ) To be able to house immigrants/asylum seekers, councils, housing associations, they must first sign the official secret’s act.) And your a racist.

        Object to your town/city becoming a suburb of some third world cesspit. Object to the dearth of housing, facilities, services available to indigenous inhabitants of said towns/cities, your a racist.

        Object to the diseases, violence, cultural habits, demands, some of these miilions of people bring with them. Your a racist.

        During New Labours time in office, i witnessed people speaking in whispers, once by a young ( Trainee ) hairdresser, whilst having my hair cut.

        She was terrified that she would be overheard, maybe even arrested for even speaking about this most taboo of subjects and branded, yup you’ve guessed it a racist.

        It was a big, powerful, effective stick, that frightened even the rich and powerful, the well connected, the famous etc, what fear it instilled in the average ordinary plebs. It was used to keep us in our our place, and for the most part there was no defence. But….

        We now have our own stick. We have our own word. And it is of course, pead*phile.

        Google Labour 25, and you will now get Labour 40. That’s 40 nonces on trial as I type for sickening depravation of one sort or another. Not a word in the MSM though, or even on “reputable” sites such as this. This post will probably be modded. Here’s what staunch Labour supporter Eddie Izzard feels about it.

        You have seen the links to Clarke above. We all know about Hattie and her pie connections. . What else, who else? How high.

        This will be brushed under the carpet. Trusted auntie has changed her way’s, nothing to see here etc. No public inquiry into Saville gate, No investigation into the evils committed by social services, in towns and cities araound the UK, with perhaps the collusion of police, the judiciary, MP’s.

        No sackings, suspentions, criminal charges. If we allow it these people will walk away scot free. They will keep their jobs or walk away with huge compensation packages. Free to live the life of riley, with your money.

        I have never seen such compensation/leniency afforded to racists, even if they are clearly not racists.

        The BBC Saville saga has given us our own stick, a weapon we can use to defend ourselves. and we must never fear or fail to use it.

        And to those of you who are thinking, this is a racist rant, or this guy’s a racist. I have just one thing to say to you. F*ck off you Nonce.

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      Tom Fatson says:

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  19. 40

    Words that will last in infamy:

    Peace in our time 1938
    The pound in your pocket will not be devalued 1967
    I’m a pretty straight sort of guy 1997
    It was a busy lunch 2012

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  20. 41
    UKIP.i.am says:

    When we joined the EU and started to pay billions in charity to many of the other ‘poorer’ countries for the last 30 years or so, we were told that this would be to our long term benefit as it would open up many more markets. We were told it would make Europe a much more prosperous area. We were also assured that the single currency would also bring Europe great benefits with simpler invoicing etc.

    One question:

    How has this all worked out in practice?

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    • 45
      17 years of daylight robbery says:

      It’s certainly keeps a few accountants from productive employment.

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    • 77
      a non says:

      The original idea to boost UK / European trading was reasonable.
      The European Aid / like International Aid to the weaker brethren in the community and world was also a reasonable suggestion, be it for basic infrastructure , health and education.
      Re the Euro, I was always under the impression it would be originally introduced as a common currency that would run in parallel with each coutries own valuta, simplifying European trading. Call me naive!
      Unfortunately graft, corruption, Financial mismanagement too both by donors and recipients ended the dream. Easy to understand European commissioners wanting to claim the mantle of generous benefactors by increasing the budget by penalising the succesfull German and Dutch economies, and now the UK too as it rises from the ashes of Socialist scortched earth policies.

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  21. 43
    Kebeb Time says:

    I was hoping we were going to have a massdebate.

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  22. 46
    Boris for PM says:

    It’s time to give parliament and the British people their sovereignty back.

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    This Fat'un says:

    The BBC is doing a great job of getting its house in order. The Trust will be meeting for a long lunch today to discuss the excellent progress which has been made.

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    • 80
      Well it's a thought says:

      Lessons will be learnt etc,etc, now fck off and leave us alone plebs.

      Ps make sure you pay your licence fee or you will be in jail, ok.

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  25. 61
    Raving Loon says:

    I’ll eat my hat if they pull this off. The EU will be with us for a looooooooooooong time.

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  26. 64
    Call me Dave says:

    Today at PMQ’s I’m going to perfect my imitation of engine noises.

    it’s going to be exhausting.

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  27. 67
    Thick as a Planck says:

    {A consistent system of front-of-pack food labelling will be introduced in the UK next year, the government says.

    A combination of guideline daily amounts, colour coding and “high, medium or low” wording will be used to show how much fat, salt and sugar and how many calories are in each product}

    And I thought MPs were wasting their time.

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  28. 68
    Thick as a Planck says:

    George Entwistle said that “between eight and 10” former and current BBC staff and contributors, including Jimmy Savile, had been named by alleged victims. The BBC later said the exact figure was nine, but could not specify how many of those people were still working for the corporation.

    Have they not got a Human Resources department?

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    • 72
      Steve Hilton back 31.01.13 says:

      At least when the MPs hit the cells they will not be short of entertainment .

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    • 81
      BBC Human Resources Department says:

      Humans (especially young ones) are a resource to be used and abused by our celebrity pedos.

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  29. 75
    Tick tock tick tock says:

    Expecting to see pigs fly , when this bill comes up for debate , working for the public good is not in a MPs dictionary, troughing on the other hand, they all have degrees in.

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    • 86
      Dave Camoron (one-term PM) says:

      I give you a cast-iron guarantee that I will renegotiate Britain’s relationship with the EU, and strive to obtain a deal that better reflects Britain’s interests.

      And if I don’t obtain such a deal.. meh, I’ll just keep giving them nearly £20billion every year.

      Toodle pip!

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  30. 83
    tottenham chutzpah says:

    where’s the sex in this story?

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  31. 87
    Moussa Koussa Mark 1 says:

    Old Dougie Dougie Carswell.

    errrrr renowned expenses home flipper, and mate of neo nut Danny Hannananannnann

    Tell us all Borisido Boriswkes..did Dougie refund the tax payer for his £700 Love Seat. Bought it for his wife ( believe it or not he has one ) as a £700 gift.

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  32. 103

    What an appalling waste of Parliamentary time and money.
    We need the EU far more than they need us.

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    • 109
      Quiet Bat Person says:

      Yes, we really need an extra tier of corrupt politicians, democratically-elected leaders replaced by ex-Goldman Sachs bankster placemen, a currency that makes expatriating loot from one country to another a doddle, and an opaque budget that makes continent-wide corruption a cakewalk.

      When the Euro collapses (as it surely will) it will be because of a total failure of the European project, and will precipitate armed conflict within nations that will be reminiscent of the Balkans in the 1990’s.

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