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Extreme Brexit could be worse than financial crisis for UK: BoE

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3 hours ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

Things are never as bad as they seem. I trust the innate goodness of the British people. Most just want an end to this madness and if that means Revoke A50 so be it. There will be a lot of bluff and bluster from a small minority - but as we have seen on the March to Leave and the Go Slow mob they are hugely irrelevant now.  May is not the issue now she has been driven half-mad by the unwinnable task she has been given. Our national sovereign parliament will steer us to safer waters and very soon. Wise heads and calm hearts of the EU, parliament and the people want to resolve this for the good of all. This nightmare will pass and pass soon.

History will remind you that kind of thinking is exactly how the Troubles started in the sixties and look how that turn out

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Troubles

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6 hours ago, nauseus said:

What a pathetic, presumptuous, picky plonker you are.

Another witty and erudite response; worthy of Wilde or Shaw at their best!

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4 hours ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

Things are never as bad as they seem. I trust the innate goodness of the British people. Most just want an end to this madness and if that means Revoke A50 so be it. There will be a lot of bluff and bluster from a small minority - but as we have seen on the March to Leave and the Go Slow mob they are hugely irrelevant now.  May is not the issue now she has been driven half-mad by the unwinnable task she has been given. Our national sovereign parliament will steer us to safer waters and very soon. Wise heads and calm hearts of the EU, parliament and the people want to resolve this for the good of all. This nightmare will pass and pass soon.

 

 

 A good example would be the Scottish. In 2014 they voted NO to Scotland seperating from the rest of the U.K. by more than 55% to 44% in spite of the fact that the vote was twisted to the nationalist cause,by for example allowing inexperienced and gullible children to participate in the vote.

 And here we are 5yrs later and we still have nationalist who do not accept the vote, T.V member Ruam Ruby being one. 

Yet you seriously think that those who voted and actually won the people’s referendum in 2016 to exit this so called onion, will simple go away and accept this overturning of Democracy. There is far more chance that the E.U. Is heading for a nightmare, regarding the British. This added to the anti E.u sentiment that is now storming the E.u again examples Italy,The Netherlands does not bode well for the future of This onion.

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1 hour ago, vinny41 said:

History will remind you that kind of thinking is exactly how the Troubles started in the sixties and look how that turn out

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Troubles

The Irish Troubles would kick off again the day after a no-deal Brexit. Hard Brexiteers absolutely clueless and stupid on this issue alone.

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17 minutes ago, SheungWan said:

The Irish Troubles would kick off again the day after a no-deal Brexit. Hard Brexiteers absolutely clueless and stupid on this issue alone.

The Irish troubles will kick off again, no matter what happens regards Brexit. It’s just a matter of time.

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10 minutes ago, nontabury said:

The Irish troubles will kick off again, no matter what happens regards Brexit. It’s just a matter of time.

Not if we have Irish reunification 

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England will find the solution as it always does. European Union is gradually shrinking, euro also. It's a good time to buy sterling...

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3 hours ago, SheungWan said:

The Irish Troubles would kick off again the day after a no-deal Brexit. Hard Brexiteers absolutely clueless and stupid on this issue alone.

 

3 hours ago, nontabury said:

The Irish troubles will kick off again, no matter what happens regards Brexit. It’s just a matter of time.

And there we have the proof, right on time!

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10 hours ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

What does a septic know about t'UK ? 

A charmer you are. Someone giving their opinion from the outside and you just show exactly what she was on about. Thank you.

 

You could argue what do all the 27 EU countries know whats best for then UK but they seem to give their screaming opinions, consistently.

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9 hours ago, tebee said:

We need consensus politics were everyone's view is taken into account. OK the winners should be take into account more, but ignoring a sizable percentage is a recipe for instability which is exactly what we have got.

Your ideology looks great on paper but to leave the EU can only be done with a clean break, as the EU doesn't allow countries to leave their amazing democratic organisation and yes I am being sarcastic. Anything else isn't leaving the EU.

 

I do like that the winners should be taken into account more. sadly in brexit they are not at all. Regardless of what happens the EU and the smugness of their leaders, has made me and I am sure others, have a distastefulness for the EU project and it is not if but when the UK leaves will be for the better. No matter what happens.

 

 

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10 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Poor you, I feel you pain.

 

But you voted for it.

Yes but what did you vote for? Anything. If not whats your point or are you just antagonistic with smugness and arrogance.

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13 hours ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

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What will you do if vote leave wins again. Yes democracy can change its mind. We haven't left yet and you want to change. democracy has to be implemented first then change its mind but no you, would never see it like that. Like a football match lets keep playing until we win and get the result we want. Definitely EU mentality.

 

I would be happy to have another referendum in 10 years. More than fair as it took 40 plus to get one to genuinely see if peoples minds have changed from this so called apocalyptic life we will have, supposedly. I would bet that many remainers won't accept that, as they want to overthrow democracy, whilst using the excuse in the name of democracy. Irony at best.

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So now Gove is trying to unseat May........ its like two drivers fighting over who drives the bus over a cliff.

Cameron has a lot to answer for.

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16 hours ago, vogie said:

IMO you couldn't be more wrong. Mrs May has found out when you try and please everybody, you end up pleasing nobody.

That's was Treason May's big mistake. You have to take a side Leave or Remain. Her abortion of a deal was a half way house.

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The failure of Brexit is that Britain sought permission to leave.

Italy just says 'up yours' to Brussels and joins the BRI.

This is known as looking after your own interests.

Locked into the EU ideology, the Uk will just be road-kill

along the way to China.

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