Brexit and the Consequences

Atilla

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Forget the words folks.

Look at the numbers.


Numbers TALK - BS walks... ;)









These charts and numbers are really worrying. Beware. :idea:
 

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Forget the words folks.

Look at the numbers.


Numbers TALK - BS walks... ;)









These charts and numbers are really worrying. Beware. :idea:
Yeah, the EU are worried about the numbers alright. Take a look at their debt and budget shortfalls for starters.

The UK is only suffering from a lack of direction from Govt. Once this little problem is ironed out and a strong leader (JRM) is in place, then the UK will romp ahead.

EU machine is way behind the curve and we all know it.....including remoaners :)

https://www.forbes.com/sites/milton...crisis-has-not-repeat-not-ended/#15a3e9ac7e5e

https://www.valuewalk.com/2018/03/the-return-of-the-euro-crisis/
 
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Atilla

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Right pigs dinner that is.

I'm glad however as I do not support this half in half out biz. Not to participate in rule making but follow the other bunch who do. It is not befitting for UK to be in such a position and I can't bring my self round to accepting such a dim idea. At first I thought maybe but now strongly against.

All in or all out.

Rather take the medicine and see the back of Eurosceptics then prolong dithering UK politics.


Let's get the shed storm over and start the show.


fwiw Vince Cable gets my vote. Only party to make a decent principal stand on the right direction for UK. Tories selling City of London short whilst Labour plays party politics. Labour were always against EU. Tories for and now it's a total stitch up of national interest over party politics.

Can't see things improving for sometime to come. Great uncertainty pain and suffering lies ahead imo. Very sad. :cry:
 

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fwiw Vince Cable gets my vote. Only party to make a decent principal stand on the right direction for UK.
My question is, what type of people support the LibDems nowadays? Now that Labour have gone full-on left wing extreme marxist, it is prudent to be wary of left leaning parties claiming to be moderate, who are the LibDem equivalent of Momentum, Hope not Hate, Stand up to racism etc left wing antifascist facist/racists? That appear on street corners to shut down the democratic process, using force, protected by police, with no interest in rational discourse or debate.

Politics in Britain is getting more violent by the day, mostly promulgated by the left and enabled/allowed/supported by the state. Vince Cable is a nicely spoken wise man with very many years of experience, but then so is Corbyn and just look at where the left's support is headed.

Great uncertainty pain and suffering lies ahead imo. Very sad.
Agreed, but maybe for different reasons.
 

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Absolutely laughable.

David Davis on UK's exclusion from Galileo satellite project
European actions over the Galileo satellite navigation system could delay the project by three years and cost an extra 1bn euros, the Brexit secretary has warned.

David Davis said the European Commission seemed to be "shooting itself in the foot just to see that the gun works"



EU excluding UK from Galileo Satellite project with more technical jobs to move abroad to EU territories and Davies comes out with a load of more b0ll0x!

Said this would happen.

There is a big opportunity here for GPS related products developed by and within EU rather than depending on US sats. What does UK do? Feels entitlement and rejected. P1ss poor show by mindless politicians leading Brexiteers imo.

Loss of jobs, R&D and potential to participate in Galileo space project has very big ramifications. More accurately put it will mean migration of jobs to EU member states. Go figure!


https://www.ft.com/content/332e1a94-6f00-11e8-92d3-6c13e5c92914

Also FT reports it as EU spurns UK demand...

Really????

What were they expecting??? :(

Much indignation from UK side but lets talk about illegal immigrants instead. :whistling


Another very sad day for UK imho. :(
 

Signalcalc

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Absolutely laughable.

David Davis on UK's exclusion from Galileo satellite project
European actions over the Galileo satellite navigation system could delay the project by three years and cost an extra 1bn euros, the Brexit secretary has warned.

David Davis said the European Commission seemed to be "shooting itself in the foot just to see that the gun works"



EU excluding UK from Galileo Satellite project with more technical jobs to move abroad to EU territories and Davies comes out with a load of more b0ll0x!

Said this would happen.

There is a big opportunity here for GPS related products developed by and within EU rather than depending on US sats. What does UK do? Feels entitlement and rejected. P1ss poor show by mindless politicians leading Brexiteers imo.

Loss of jobs, R&D and potential to participate in Galileo space project has very big ramifications. More accurately put it will mean migration of jobs to EU member states. Go figure!


https://www.ft.com/content/332e1a94-6f00-11e8-92d3-6c13e5c92914

Also FT reports it as EU spurns UK demand...

Really????

What were they expecting??? :(

Much indignation from UK side but lets talk about illegal immigrants instead. :whistling


Another very sad day for UK imho. :(


Fake news propaganda, it’s all part of the plan to carry on with the integration of the UK military into the EU. Made up story to maintain the premise that we need the EU.
 

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......What were they expecting???...... :(
Funny innit, Boris reckons it’s down to weak negotiating on our government’s part and to imagine how Trump would handle it. Perhaps he might muse on how it would go if Trump was negotiating for the EU. Maybe he’d just shout “EU first” and slam the door in our faces.
 

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Funny innit, Boris reckons it’s down to weak negotiating on our government’s part and to imagine how Trump would handle it. Perhaps he might muse on how it would go if Trump was negotiating for the EU. Maybe he’d just shout “EU first” and slam the door in our faces.

I don't think Dump is the man to copy. He insults and annoys everyone and now is threatening trade tariffs etc. Not a nice man. His aggressive tactics might pay off with Kim but not at all the right tactic with friends and allies imo. In fact completely self defeating.
 

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