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# 751 : Tuesday 5-9-2017 @ 14:23
 
 
british banks again caught up in money laundering this time from Azerbaijan , the city attracts this type of money because of its loose regulation.
When Cameron was in power the EU commission had to revise up the uk tax contribution to the EU because of the proceeds of money laundering and prostitution, Cameron blustered but in the end quietly paid because they don't make mistakes.
Apart from the ethics , already they are apart from the rest of the EU in terms of regulation after brexit there is no way they can expect equivalence.
There will have to be widespread reform in the uk .
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# 752 : Tuesday 5-9-2017 @ 18:30
 
 
Someone said :
Blah no its something to worry about. I'm telling ya.

Duh duh duh duh dub duh duh
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# 753 : Wednesday 6-9-2017 @ 23:56
 
 
in case y'all missed it Davis said in parliament that a currency finds its value thats best for the economy implying the currency fall was good for the economy except sterling value is down and exports aren't up??? so something is wrong?
and the governor of the bank of England has been quantitatively easing his brains out ( printing money} to mitigate economic effects and he's been largely successful

Meanwhile teresa asked the FTSE 100 companies to sign a letter backing her and her gov approach to Brexit and they refused they want to know exactly what the approach is.
wouldn't we all...

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# 754 : Thursday 7-9-2017 @ 00:02
 
 
Someone said :
in case y'all missed it Davis said in parliament that a currency finds its value thats best for the economy implying the currency fall was good for the economy except sterling value is down and exports aren't up??? so something is wrong?
and the governor of the bank of England has been quantitatively easing his brains out ( printing money} to mitigate economic effects and he's been largely successful

Meanwhile teresa asked the FTSE 100 companies to sign a letter backing her and her gov approach to Brexit and they refused they want to know exactly what the approach is.
wouldn't we all...

God, your a horribly smug piece of soundbite. Like I'm anti-Brexit, but when I listen to your bullshit it makes me have pro-May orgasmic moments. You think you add to the conversation, but all you do is reblog with a mannerism that makes you look like a complete twat.
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# 755 : Thursday 7-9-2017 @ 04:09
 
 
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God, your a horribly smug piece of soundbite. Like I'm anti-Brexit, but when I listen to your bullshit it makes me have pro-May orgasmic moments. You think you add to the conversation, but all you do is reblog with a mannerism that makes you look like a complete twat.

You can't criticise my bullshit and accuse me of re blogging make up your mind ?

And as for being a twat your the one proclaiming your multiple orgasms .

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# 756 : Friday 8-9-2017 @ 11:17
 
 
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# 757 : Friday 8-9-2017 @ 14:57
 
 
Someone said :

its happening on 1st April 2019 April fools day

so it will be talked about for the next 18 months

the deal or no deal will have to be done before that ...
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# 758 : Tuesday 12-9-2017 @ 14:15
 
 
Whoops inflation is up but they're expected to put up interest rates ouch but this might raise the value of the pound maybe but Gina miller dang she has made them put the dup deal to a vote more instability tsk tsk tsk

What happened to strong and stable
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# 759 : Friday 22-9-2017 @ 11:47
 
 
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# 760 : Friday 22-9-2017 @ 15:32
 
 
Shes asked for a transition deal to 2021 where nothing changes.

Nobody says the EU have to give them any transition deal, April fools day 2019 they'r
e out.

The british really need to finally discuss " europe" openly in all walks of life because if their anti eu conservative party are taking 5 years to get them out well then the eu cant be that bad and they all need a good honesty injection.
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# 761 : Saturday 23-9-2017 @ 21:33
 
 
UK credit rating dropped but they got " stable" because they've asked for a transition deal , means they're borrowing costs will be higher and as they're borrowing more ......
Interestingly they are going to ahem " register" all new EU arrives from April 1 2019 as freedom of movement will of course continue but they want to pretend that something will have changed but what they don't want to admit is they always had the right to register EU arrivees, they just didn't bother
So now we know brexit means fudge
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# 762 : Sunday 1-10-2017 @ 16:32
 
 
brexit is like a soap
Boris blonde ambition reciting racist poems in a temple like a mad auld wan is classic David Davis looks like he's going to cry all the time and the maybot is going to meltdown if anybody contradicts her programming
Meanwhile ss titanic oops brittanica steams on towards exit means exit ? But when was that the city are all leaving soon unless the mean eu boo give them a guarantee on a transition and it ain't happening
Panic ain't set in yet but as soon as the precious city gets affected watch everything change
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# 763 : Saturday 7-10-2017 @ 21:36
 
 
I can't believe the British government are considering withdrawing their article 50 but I did say as soon as the city interests were touched by brexit they'd react and the city wants something decided now or they are moving to the EU and so panic.
It's actually ridiculous the UK economy is so dependant on services ie the city they can't consider a scenario where they are not in the single market or an equivalent.
Ah well I wonder when the dumb brexshitters will get it?
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# 764 : Tuesday 10-10-2017 @ 14:51
 
 
The brexshitters are now talking up joining the NAFTA mexico-us-canada free trade group as the silver lining to brexit except the Donald oh yeah that's trump he wants to end NAFTA and maybe renegotiate it anyway reform it with an America protectionist agenda oops
They have nice fantasies and then the truth destroys them
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# 765 : Thursday 12-10-2017 @ 16:26
 
 
Will anyone come up with the simplest possible soultion?

England and Wales want to leave the EU.
N. Ireland and Scotland are not keen.

Let England and Wales leave the UK!
The UK remains in the EU.
England and Scotland stay in Commonwealth and join whatever joint they want.

Easy.
(As easy as Catalonia leaving Spain...)
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