Brexit and the Consequences

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Old Jul 10, 2017, 5:19pm   #3601
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Amazing story. Some badly run company falls on hard times and the author of the article tries to link it's woes to Brexit.

TBH M8, just keep on posting these biased fake news stories, they are a great laugh.

Looks like Carillion's woes started way before the EU Referendum result.
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Old Jul 10, 2017, 6:01pm   #3602
 
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Atilla started this thread There you go darling Brexiters...

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The European Court of Justice may be able to make rulings that apply to the U.K. for a “limited” interim period after Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said in yet another sign of the government’s softening of the country’s stance on Brexit.

“He said the transition rules could involve the ECJ for a limited time, but obviously that’s all a matter for negotiation," the spokesman, James Slack, told reporters in London, referring to earlier remarks by May’s deputy, Damian Green, in a BBC radio interview.


https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...ted-transition



I don't seem to recall but somebody said Parliament should collectively debate and take negotiations forward some time back and now Mrs TM is warming to the idea.

Wonder who turned the bloody difficult wamon around.

I'd hazard a guess she's desperate to hold power come what they say...


Laff a minute but all good stuff. Delighted common sense is prevailing in the wind
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Old Jul 10, 2017, 6:02pm   #3603
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As for the amazing story bad company hits bad times, let's keep count.

For every 4% sending positive vibes about 30% negative feed back.


Numbers never your strong point though was it?
Everyone including business will have to adapt to change. People and businesses are very resilient you know.

Too many doom mongers within the UK wanting Brexit to fail. It's kind of a bit weird you know!

Just man up and get on with it
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Old Jul 10, 2017, 6:08pm   #3604
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There you go darling Brexiters...

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The European Court of Justice may be able to make rulings that apply to the U.K. for a “limited” interim period after Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said in yet another sign of the government’s softening of the country’s stance on Brexit.

“He said the transition rules could involve the ECJ for a limited time, but obviously that’s all a matter for negotiation," the spokesman, James Slack, told reporters in London, referring to earlier remarks by May’s deputy, Damian Green, in a BBC radio interview.


https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...ted-transition



I don't seem to recall but somebody said Parliament should collectively debate and take negotiations forward some time back and now Mrs TM is warming to the idea.

Wonder who turned the bloody difficult wamon around.

I'd hazard a guess she's desperate to hold power come what they say...


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I still hold the view that there will be no deal. You need to give this some serious thought. 27 other countries apparently have to agree any so called deal, on everything. Now what do you imagine the odds of that happening are? About as good as us landing on Pluto i'd say!

At some point we are going to resist all the nonsense emanating from the EU
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Old Jul 10, 2017, 6:15pm   #3605
 
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I still hold the view that there will be no deal. You need to give this some serious thought. 27 other countries apparently have to agree any so called deal, on everything. Now what do you imagine the odds of that happening are? About as good as us landing on Pluto i'd say!

At some point we are going to resist all the nonsense emanating from the EU


Ofcourse there won't be a deal because Brexiters promises full of BS.

I'll have couple of lbs of that and and oz of this.

You can take that but we'd like to keep the other.

You need us but we don't need you so if you don't give we walk.


What you are going to find is the Tory party will be pulled to pieces and all funding going to other parties. Peeps losing jobs, industries relocating and the biggest shed storm coming your way.

Fear mongering you say

You'll be smelling Brexsh1t soon enough...
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Ofcourse there won't be a deal because Brexiters promises full of BS.

I'll have couple of lbs of that and and oz of this.

You can take that but we'd like to keep the other.

You need us but we don't need you so if you don't give we walk.


What you are going to find is the Tory party will be pulled to pieces and all funding going to other parties. Peeps losing jobs, industries relocating and the biggest shed storm coming your way.

Fear mongering you say

You'll be smelling Brexsh1t soon enough...
First Trump now Turnbull.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-40555634

Falling over themselves to be first in the queue.
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First Trump now Turnbull.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-40555634

Falling over themselves to be first in the queue.

As for Trump that's nonsense. Just diplomatic words. UK already does much trade with US and any increase is likely to be marginal.

How many Australia deals will you need to make to match loss of trade with EU?
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Re the Brexit deal, I like JRM's quote "I like cake and I like eating it"

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