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    CookieMonster CookieMonster is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by wexfordman View Post
    Don't forget that working time directive Trainwreck, thats probably be the first thing the UK gets rid of... Oh wait!!!
    Nah, it will be those oppressive burgundy passports.

    Oh wait...

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    Quote Originally Posted by im axeled View Post
    some more reading for yis, not so p[lesent either
    https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/sp...134647799.html
    talking of leaving, here the eu are backing the uk v russia
    https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/br...152853651.html

    More context "fer yis" (you educated little bunny you).

    This is the track record of Treasury, to whom you link:

    https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...the_eu_web.pdf

    This paper focuses on the immediate economic impact of a vote to leave and the two years that follow. [June 2016-June 2018]

    That shock would push our economy into a recession and lead to an increase in unemployment of around 500,000, GDP would be 3.6% smaller,

    In this severe scenario, GDP would be 6% smaller, there would be a deeper recession, and the number of people made unemployed would rise by around 800,000 compared with a vote to remain. The hit to wages, inflation, house prices and borrowing would be larger. There is a credible risk that this more acute scenario could materialise


    And if the EU are going to side with Russian murders on foreign soil after Brexit, well good luck...


    Hmmm.. a bit biased on the pessimistic side to you suppose...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by im axeled View Post
    No €37 billion for the EU. you can bet there is, quit the pipe dreaming
    Nope. They can simply walk off with no bill. The EU require Britain to agree to pay it. There is nothing to compel them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonster View Post
    Nah, it will be those oppressive burgundy passports.

    Oh wait...

    Thankfully the Daily Express have compiled a list of the most oppressive EU laws those b*stards in Brussels are to impose upon is.

    Enough to turn the most hardened remoaner to support Brexit:




    Oh wait...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainwreck View Post
    Nope. They can simply walk off with no bill. The EU require Britain to agree to pay it. There is nothing to compel them.
    Fair enough. Good luck negotiating trade deals with countries who are now aware that you have no intention of honouring any commitment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonster View Post
    Thankfully the Daily Express have compiled a list of the most oppressive EU laws those b*stards in Brussels are to impose upon is.

    Enough to turn the most hardened remoaner to support Brexit:




    Oh wait...
    Oh. My. Good. GAWD.

    I'm SO oppressed. I'm chaffing under the weight of this tyranny.



    Irexit NOW!! Please!! This is unbearable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hollandia View Post
    Fair enough. Good luck negotiating trade deals with countries who are now aware that you have no intention of honouring any commitment.

    There is no commitment. Where do you think this "commitment" exists?


    Oh, and you still don't understand the economics of trade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainwreck View Post
    There is no commitment. Where do you think this "commitment" exists?
    Go read something. The commitment is to honour their contribution to the EU budget, and for funding they have already signed up to. That's what the "divorce settlement" actually is.

    But lets, just for the minute work on the presumption you are right. Just for the minute, mind. What country looking on at this debacle is thinking "This is just the sort of country we can do business with" - aside from those countries thinking "this lot are so incompetent we'll make a killing". The UK is about to find out exactly where it stands in the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by statsman1 View Post
    The UK haven't a f#cking clue what they do and do not want.

    They remind me of you, come to think of it.

    Reminds me, I should have you on Ignore.
    Like all ardent Brexidiots the consequences are beyond his grasp...................the chaos looming at UK ports if they just crash out with no deal will possibly bring some of these loons to their senses. But I wouldn't bet on it. They are anarchists and utterly irresponsible fools.
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    And it continues to impress.....
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