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# 766 : Thursday 12-10-2017 @ 21:47
 
 
Someone said :
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...)

they will pass their exit date go through their transition period and then meekly rejoin and they will learn nothing from the experience

Oh and some people will make a shitload of money from the whole thing

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# 767 : Monday 16-10-2017 @ 21:40
 
 
Has brexit hit the iceberg ? I smell a second re fe re n dumb for the British , ha ha
Scarlet for them
If they have to "vote again " to "get the right result " I'm going to burst out laughing at them forever and ever
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# 768 : Friday 20-10-2017 @ 13:21
 
 
The oecd suggested a second referendum quel surpris

May begged for a deal she could sell at home at the EU Council prostrating herself before the 27 ...
They said sure if ... there's progress in the 3 areas

They are now openly discussing a 5 year transition in the uk, this panic has been caused by a push by the city who need a transition deal in place by Christmas or they'll be moving out

Moody's are about to devalue sterlings rating again and they are going to put up interest rates so expect it to drop , if there is no deal before Christmas it will plummet.

I hope the uk gov get their act together and form some sort of national consensus so they can deal rationally . That's the sort of leadership they need now.
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# 769 : Monday 23-10-2017 @ 00:06
 
 
The joy of the brexshitters no deal wto approach is it doesn't cover services ( uk economy based on services and euro centered pull the plug on that and they pull the plug on their economy) then no deal and they slap a hard border across Ireland , that doesn't bother them but pretty much fucks the NI economy and will fairly dent Ireland's as well not to mention opening Old wounds, do they understand the good Friday agreement is an international treaty.
Then citizens, its very nice the Spanish have guaranteed the right of residence ofuk citizens in Spain but what is worrying uk citizens throughout the EU is their access to health services , no deal means they will lose that, so many of them will have to move home because they won't get private insurance at their age with preexisting conditions and even if they did they wouldn't afford it.

I predict the figure will be over 50 billion the uk concedes.
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# 770 : Wednesday 1-11-2017 @ 22:50
 
 
As this tory/dup coalition is about to call over the sex scandals and new election looms what will happen? Could there be another referendumb
Will the English get it right this time?
Hmmm?
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# 771 : Saturday 4-11-2017 @ 08:51
 
 
Did sterling like drop again and they like raised their interest rate n'all
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# 772 : Saturday 4-11-2017 @ 11:03
 
 
Someone said :
Did sterling like drop again and they like raised their interest rate n'all

Because the Bank of England didn't suggest at further hikes as strong as the market was expecting.
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# 773 : Saturday 4-11-2017 @ 15:31
 
 
Someone said :
Because the Bank of England didn't suggest at further hikes as strong as the market was expecting.

Oh and inflation and other economy indicators had nothing to do with it ?

The markets expected a bigger rate hike or series of hikes by their central bank to try and stop the huge personal debt figures increasing
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# 774 : Saturday 4-11-2017 @ 22:49
 
 
Someone said :

Oh and inflation and other economy indicators had nothing to do with it?

Not on the day no.
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# 775 : Sunday 5-11-2017 @ 01:52
 
 
Someone said :
Not on the day no.

How does that work? Do the currency dealers wear blinkers or ear plugs?
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# 776 : Sunday 5-11-2017 @ 01:56
 
 
Boris Johnson is putins bitch omg

But then Putin has a thing for fat blondes look at trump ...

And farage keeps visiting Assange in the Ecuador embassy = Russia

I wonder has everything been bugged and and all about blow up in their faces
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# 777 : Monday 13-11-2017 @ 14:07
 
 
Pound dropped again.

Parity by Christmas?
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# 778 : Monday 13-11-2017 @ 14:18
 
 
Ah sfiderman you love the ole Brexit thread. Anything else happening?
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# 779 : Tuesday 14-11-2017 @ 14:29
 
 
Someone said :
Ah sfiderman you love the ole Brexit thread. Anything else happening?

It's like rubbernecking a really really bad accident but it's a soap at this stage although it's sort of swerved into a carry on film ...


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# 780 : Monday 20-11-2017 @ 23:55
 
 
It's nice that Michel Barnier is there to remind the brexshitters and Theresa that brexitmeans brexit everywhere and the misleading info they've been putting out about getting exemptions for financial services and car industry etc just ain't happening
Somehow though I don't think it's sinking in
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