The bus - The bus didn't have any of the words that that article claims it does.
Tusk - That's not a lie either, it's conjecture.
WW3 - Cameron credited the EU for the part it's played in keeping the peace - which it has, no-one wants to invade their trading partner, it's even won the Nobel Peace Prize. But a Prime Minister giving them credit for their peacekeeping role is not, as the article insists, implying the UK was going to invade them if we leave.
Osborne - That's not a lie it's conjecture. Although there have been tax rises on sugary drinks, wine, etc, and spending cuts e.g. to front line police.
Soubry - That's not a lie. That's conjecture.
Job losses - That's not a lie. It's conjecture.
Army - I feel I need a thesaurus.
Companies leaving - But they are. And the problem is growing. You can't just deny it because you want to say Remain lied.
Cameron - Yep, this one's a lie.
Immigration - Don't understand this one, IIRC it was leavers who were insisting on controls over immigration.
Horizon - Again looks like conjecture. Also, Universities are not the Remain campaign.
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