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

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1 hour ago, Basil B said:

It is disheartening that a few hardline Brexiteers devoid of intelligent and rational thinking can wreak our countries future...

The trend was started by Gina Miller whom I find intelligent and articulate despite holding views that differ from my own.

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As a committed Brexiteer I take no notice of these ongoing and nonsensical threats from the establishment. Project Fear was a disaster and did not work, time to drop the negativity. To have our country back, in any shape or state, is a far better outcome than to remain in the failed experiment that is the European Union. Constant riots in France, shocking unemployment across the Spain, Portugal and Italy, porous borders and evil NGOs reeking havoc on the social cohesion across the board. Bully-boy non elected eurocrats telling us how to live and think. No. No. No. We will take a nice, fast, hard Brexit and we will be proud to be Great Britain once again.
 
Its very comforting to know that it will all work out. Where exactly did you get your economics degree?

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5 hours ago, TopDeadSenter said:

As a committed Brexiteer I take no notice of these ongoing and nonsensical threats from the establishment. Project Fear was a disaster and did not work, time to drop the negativity. To have our country back, in any shape or state, is a far better outcome than to remain in the failed experiment that is the European Union. Constant riots in France, shocking unemployment across the Spain, Portugal and Italy, porous borders and evil NGOs reeking havoc on the social cohesion across the board. Bully-boy non elected eurocrats telling us how to live and think. No. No. No. We will take a nice, fast, hard Brexit and we will be proud to be Great Britain once again.

 

well put. too bad that the iron tart was in power to handle negotiations. need someone like trump to get the deal done.

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2 minutes ago, maxpower said:

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About the only thing Hardline brexiteers can quote, who keep shouting we won so shutup... we speak for everybody...

 

Lets have have another referendum, because public opinion has shifted and I am sure this time the result will be a clear majority...  come on what are you brexiteers scared of???

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1 hour ago, marko kok prong said:

Owl,it's daylight,you need sleep,that the only explanation i can come up with when a usually sensible poster like yourself,starts talking gibberish.

You are right about sleep mkp. I've been up all night debating the Brexit issue, and EU monetary policy with the misses.

 

We, as a country, pay 1 billion pounds a week, to private individuals for the privilege of borrowing their money (what money is it?). This is all set up by the BoE which is itself a private concern, with some 2000 shareholders. However at least 80% of these shares are owned by 4 people (families).

 

If the treasury needs dosh it has to go through the BoE. Europe has become a banker's haven also. The EU wasn't set up to help 'the people' at all. It has slowly morphasized into a monster, where unelected people are acting as mouth pieces for the elites and can't be voted out of office.

 

The UK needs a large dose of openness and honesty. Brexit is the first step IMO.

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1 minute ago, Basil B said:

About the only thing Hardline brexiteers can quote, who keep shouting we won so shutup... we speak for everybody...

 

Lets have have another referendum, because public opinion has shifted and I am sure this time the result will be a clear majority...  come on what are you brexiteers scared of???

But you don't want a peoples vote, you want a losers vote.

 

Both the Cons and Labour do not want another referendum. 

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38 minutes ago, evadgib said:

The trend was started by Gina Miller whom I find intelligent and articulate despite holding views that differ from my own.

Gina Miller is a fund manager, (manages a couple of hundred million) out of the CoL.

 

Her concern that the democratic process must arrive at parliaments doorstep for the sake of due democratic process is nonsense IMO. The ability of the UK to make and adjust its own laws for 40 years has been eroded by the EU, and this, of course, was not part of her argument.

 

She knew that in giving Parliament the final say, it could be railroaded.

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1 minute ago, vogie said:

But you don't want a peoples vote, you want a losers vote.

 

Both the Cons and Labour do not want another referendum. 

I do not know what Labour wants, they pretend to answer the question with meaningless woffel. 

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6 hours ago, TopDeadSenter said:

As a committed Brexiteer I take no notice of these ongoing and nonsensical threats from the establishment. Project Fear was a disaster and did not work, time to drop the negativity. To have our country back, in any shape or state, is a far better outcome than to remain in the failed experiment that is the European Union. Constant riots in France, shocking unemployment across the Spain, Portugal and Italy, porous borders and evil NGOs reeking havoc on the social cohesion across the board. Bully-boy non elected eurocrats telling us how to live and think. No. No. No. We will take a nice, fast, hard Brexit and we will be proud to be Great Britain once again.

 

Don’t forget you’ll also get your bendy bananas and blue passports back. 

 

Yep, locking yourselves out of the worlds biggest free trade area, so you can spend the next decade at least renegotiating a bunch of second and third tier suboptimal ‘free’ trade agreements adjudicated by opaque arbitration panels is well worth it. 

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17 minutes ago, Basil B said:

About the only thing Hardline brexiteers can quote, who keep shouting we won so shutup... we speak for everybody...

 

Lets have have another referendum, because public opinion has shifted and I am sure this time the result will be a clear majority...  come on what are you brexiteers scared of???

That's on the B Side called "THE NEVER ENDING VOTE" also two nice songs on the album "BAD LOSERS UNITE" and "LETS ALL GET ALONG DREAMS"

 

Lets play it again eh.

 

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3 hours ago, shackleton said:

the majority of people in the UK voted out

but are not getting the Brexit they voted for 

a lot of people on here will  be watching the Pound 

I think the MPs will vote her Brexit through on the 11th December as any other options are Negative to the Country will see on 

 the 11th 

Fog in the Channel… the wealthiest demagogues who sold the Brexit to the people: Jim Ratcliffe escaped to Monaco, Jacob Rees-Mogg launched two investment funds in Ireland via his management company Somerset Capital Management. John Redwood, long-time Eurosceptic MP and chief strategist at the management company Charles Stanley, advised his clients to invest their money outside the UK, show you the way..

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1 hour ago, NanLaew said:

I get paid in US$ and don't live in the UK but plan on buying my retirement mansion there soon so, if you must, bring it on.

So Im alright Jack!

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23 minutes ago, owl sees all said:

You are right about sleep mkp. I've been up all night debating the Brexit issue, and EU monetary policy with the misses.

 

We, as a country, pay 1 billion pounds a week, to private individuals for the privilege of borrowing their money (what money is it?). This is all set up by the BoE which is itself a private concern, with some 2000 shareholders. However at least 80% of these shares are owned by 4 people (families).

 

If the treasury needs dosh it has to go through the BoE. Europe has become a banker's haven also. The EU wasn't set up to help 'the people' at all. It has slowly morphasized into a monster, where unelected people are acting as mouth pieces for the elites and can't be voted out of office.

 

The UK needs a large dose of openness and honesty. Brexit is the first step IMO.

"The UK needs a large dose of openness and honesty. Brexit is the first step IMO."

 

And this will only happen if brexit actually happens, forcing the elite/establishment to actually think about ordinary people as a result of the brexit vote.

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29 minutes ago, Basil B said:

I do not know what Labour wants, they pretend to answer the question with meaningless woffel. 

'woffel'? Are you a German spy?

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