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Signalcalc

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Remoaners do have all the answers. They like to keep it secret though. That's the only explanation I can think of.
They are right, we don't get it, we don't get why they are so full of crap!

I thought it was a straighforward question, what are UKGov going to be spending £4B on in Africa, yet no answers?

Despite Attila being the business brain on the forum he can't tell us, he doesn't even know where the money is coming from! That's an easy one to answer Att, it's coming from the UK taxpayer.

But where this money is mysteriously going, no one seems to know, but no, we are not deep thinkers because we don't know and yet we question.

Spain apparently has a clear policy of building railways in Ecuador, well good for the Spanish public not having to think too deeply about that one.

Shame that the UK public has to resort to deep thinking to figure out what £4B is going to spent on in Africa, they must be just as thick as Brexiteers :rolleyes:

Try again Att, without being too condescending this time........
 

Splitlink

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They are right, we don't get it, we don't get why they are so full of crap!

I thought it was a straighforward question, what are UKGov going to be spending £4B on in Africa, yet no answers?

Despite Attila being the business brain on the forum he can't tell us, he doesn't even know where the money is coming from! That's an easy one to answer Att, it's coming from the UK taxpayer.

But where this money is mysteriously going, no one seems to know, but no, we are not deep thinkers because we don't know and yet we question.

Spain apparently has a clear policy of building railways in Ecuador, well good for the Spanish public not having to think too deeply about that one.

Shame that the UK public has to resort to deep thinking to figure out what £4B is going to spent on in Africa, they must be just as thick as Brexiteers :rolleyes:

Try again Att, without being too condescending this time........
We don't know the answer, specifically---ask her! But any economist will tell you that it is to generate trade. If you don't like Africa I should remind you that beggars are not going to be choosers. You are the Brexiters--not us.
 

Signalcalc

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We don't know the answer, specifically---ask her! But any economist will tell you that it is to generate trade. If you don't like Africa I should remind you that beggars are not going to be choosers. You are the Brexiters--not us.


How can any economist tell us it’s to generate trade when the PM herself is not telling us?

It’s got nothing to do with not liking Africa, where do you get that from?

It’s all about the purpose of spending £4B of tax payers money on a continent full of tin pot dictators with along history of corruption and not knowing how or where that money is to be spent, or what we should expect in return for that.

It is our money they are spending and therefore we have a right to know how. If the PM herself can’t tell us then who can?

Obviously none of you lot !
 

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How can any economist tell us it’s to generate trade when the PM herself is not telling us?

It’s got nothing to do with not liking Africa, where do you get that from?

It’s all about the purpose of spending £4B of tax payers money on a continent full of tin pot dictators with along history of corruption and not knowing how or where that money is to be spent, or what we should expect in return for that.

It is our money they are spending and therefore we have a right to know how. If the PM herself can’t tell us then who can?

Obviously none of you lot !
https://www.gov.uk/government/news/...-in-africa-to-trigger-transformational-growth
 
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Atilla

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How can any economist tell us it’s to generate trade when the PM herself is not telling us?

It’s got nothing to do with not liking Africa, where do you get that from?

It’s all about the purpose of spending £4B of tax payers money on a continent full of tin pot dictators with along history of corruption and not knowing how or where that money is to be spent, or what we should expect in return for that.

It is our money they are spending and therefore we have a right to know how. If the PM herself can’t tell us then who can?

Obviously none of you lot !

This is what's known as taking the biscuit!


That bit in red just about sums up Brexiteers who haven't delivered jot on the what or the how and on the contrary seem to have been blown away by the likes of US, India, China and Japan.
 

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Atilla

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They are right, we don't get it, we don't get why they are so full of crap!

I thought it was a straighforward question, what are UKGov going to be spending £4B on in Africa, yet no answers?

Despite Attila being the business brain on the forum he can't tell us, he doesn't even know where the money is coming from! That's an easy one to answer Att, it's coming from the UK taxpayer.

But where this money is mysteriously going, no one seems to know, but no, we are not deep thinkers because we don't know and yet we question.

Spain apparently has a clear policy of building railways in Ecuador, well good for the Spanish public not having to think too deeply about that one.

Shame that the UK public has to resort to deep thinking to figure out what £4B is going to spent on in Africa, they must be just as thick as Brexiteers :rolleyes:

Try again Att, without being too condescending this time........

You don't get it because suasages have [ ? ] ends.... :whistling
 

Atilla

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Oooh la la....is there a part two?
LOL hmmm I'll l :eek: :eek: k out for it...

I was trying to imagine one of our BBC representitives pulling off a similar stunt for a good moral cause like on a red nose day or something.

Can you imagine? Couple of tits raising millions for charity.


It's the future! :)



I can see the attractions France may have on Sir Canta :cheesy:
 

Splitlink

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How can any economist tell us it’s to generate trade when the PM herself is not telling us?

It’s got nothing to do with not liking Africa, where do you get that from?

It’s all about the purpose of spending £4B of tax payers money on a continent full of tin pot dictators with along history of corruption and not knowing how or where that money is to be spent, or what we should expect in return for that.

It is our money they are spending and therefore we have a right to know how. If the PM herself can’t tell us then who can?

Obviously none of you lot !
Barjon's link provides the answer. So, you see, she does know! Not only that, but it appears that that is only half of what is going to be spent.
 
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Pat494

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She wastes public money on nuclear submarines and fighter jets from the US and now has the cheek to give the Africans £4 bn. No doubt there will be kickbacks from grateful dictators !

I see the estimate for a minimum income to have any half decent life is estimated at a minimum of £680 per week per person. Fat chance she will contribute public money for the elderly.
 
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She wastes public money on nuclear submarines and fighter jets from the US and now has the cheek to give the Africans £4 bn. No doubt there will be kickbacks from grateful dictators !

I see the estimate for a minimum income to have any half decent life is estimated at a minimum of £680 per week per person. Fat chance she will contribute public money for the elderly.
Where on earth does that figure come from :LOL:
 

Atilla

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She wastes public money on nuclear submarines and fighter jets from the US and now has the cheek to give the Africans £4 bn. No doubt there will be kickbacks from grateful dictators !

I see the estimate for a minimum income to have any half decent life is estimated at a minimum of £680 per week per person. Fat chance she will contribute public money for the elderly.
Isn't that the £165-ish p/w max state pension? :rolleyes:

680 p/m I reckon.
 

Signalcalc

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This is what's known as taking the biscuit!


That bit in red just about sums up Brexiteers who haven't delivered jot on the what or the how and on the contrary seem to have been blown away by the likes of US, India, China and Japan.
Why do you keep insisting that Brexiteers are delivering Brexit, there are no Brexiteers delivering any part of Brexit, how many more times do I need to tell you this :rolleyes::rolleyes: