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10 hours ago, nauseus said:

Grown up with customers and friends?  Great argument! The auto industry is a problem but the Japanese are repatriating a lot of work to Japan, anyway. Most finance workers are not leaving London; maybe just your friends? UK agriculture is actually quite efficient these days and any EU 'safety' rules will not apply when we leave. The money saved in EU bills can offset all of the farm rebates, which basically consist of our money anyway!

 

 

Pure, uninformed speculation.

 

And if UK does not comply with all EU safety rules, they will not be able to export to Europe - so where will they sell to? 

 

US with their protectionist policies?

 

Asia with their lower cost production?

 

Russia with their struggling economy and extensive farms.

 

North Korea perhaps.

 

UK has nothing that the rest of the world needs, limited natural resources and soon no customs union.  Time to move what assets I have from the UK, as the ship is sinking - and you can ask the deck orchestra to play rousing patriotic songs while you go down.

 

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12 minutes ago, Kinnock said:

Pure, uninformed speculation.

 

And if UK does not comply with all EU safety rules, they will not be able to export to Europe - so where will they sell to? 

 

US with their protectionist policies?

 

Asia with their lower cost production?

 

Russia with their struggling economy and extensive farms.

 

North Korea perhaps.

 

UK has nothing that the rest of the world needs, limited natural resources and soon no customs union.  Time to move what assets I have from the UK, as the ship is sinking - and you can ask the deck orchestra to play rousing patriotic songs while you go down.

 

Your post specified agriculture and EU safety rules. How much food does the UK export now and how much will it export on exit? Answers are very little and ...none. EU standards are already met but all of the food produced in the UK will be needed domestically, so only UK standards need apply to it. 

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1 hour ago, nauseus said:

Your post specified agriculture and EU safety rules. How much food does the UK export now and how much will it export on exit? Answers are very little and ...none. EU standards are already met but all of the food produced in the UK will be needed domestically, so only UK standards need apply to it. 

 

1 hour ago, nauseus said:

Your post specified agriculture and EU safety rules. How much food does the UK export now and how much will it export on exit? Answers are very little and ...none. EU standards are already met but all of the food produced in the UK will be needed domestically, so only UK standards need apply to it. 

I understand now - a domestic only economy, so the North Korea model.

 

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20 minutes ago, Kinnock said:

 

I understand now - a domestic only economy, so the North Korea model.

 

Obviously you don't but never mind. 

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7 hours ago, Kinnock said:

Time to move what assets I have from the UK, as the ship is sinking - and you can ask the deck orchestra to play rousing patriotic songs while you go down.

So what form are your assets - gold, artworks, classic cars, vintage wines, whatever? Because in your grown-up state knowing how the world works, why would you do that when the exchange rate is in its' current state?
Where would you take those assets too, somewhere in the EU or even Thailand?? And what tunes do you want?

You hum it son and I'll play it. 

 

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So what form are your assets - gold, artworks, classic cars, vintage wines, whatever? Because in your grown-up state knowing how the world works, why would you do that when the exchange rate is in its' current state?
Where would you take those assets too, somewhere in the EU or even Thailand?? And what tunes do you want?
You hum it son and I'll play it. 
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On 6/13/2019 at 7:11 PM, Chomper Higgot said:

I absolutely agree, Leave won, Remain lost. 

 

But that wasn't the end of the story. 

Lets hope the same happens next time Labour win an election

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On 6/13/2019 at 7:49 PM, Chomper Higgot said:

It was never 'millions more', not even three years ago.

 

Now you’ve lost all credibility denying proving facts. That is a losers game - so i suppose its suitable for a left wing remainer!!

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On 6/13/2019 at 8:01 PM, Chomper Higgot said:

Because of course, intelligence only flows from the UK to the EU.

Shame it doesn’t flow into the posts of the remainer crowd on this site!!

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On 6/13/2019 at 11:36 PM, Kinnock said:

It is inevitable that Toyota, Honda and Nissan will relocate from UK, and investment plans for all plants are already on hold, and most finance workers are leaving London.

 

UK agriculture is uncompetitive and will be barred through EU 'safety' rules.  UK will fade into history, and the union jack boxer-short waving nationalists will still be claiming it was the right thing to do.

 

How can a damp little island off the coast of Europe ever hope to flourish in isolation - delusional last-century thinking.

That damp little island is STILL the centre of the worlds banking industry as well as the worlds 6th biggest economy!!

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On 6/14/2019 at 1:40 AM, Kinnock said:

Because I'm a grown-up who knows how the world really works, because I have customers in the auto industry, because I have friends in banking.

You mean your Mrs works in the Nat west on a Saturday morning?

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On 6/14/2019 at 12:08 PM, Kinnock said:

Pure, uninformed speculation.

 

And if UK does not comply with all EU safety rules, they will not be able to export to Europe - so where will they sell to? 

 

US with their protectionist policies?

 

Asia with their lower cost production?

 

Russia with their struggling economy and extensive farms.

 

North Korea perhaps.

 

UK has nothing that the rest of the world needs, limited natural resources and soon no customs union.  Time to move what assets I have from the UK, as the ship is sinking - and you can ask the deck orchestra to play rousing patriotic songs while you go down.

 

Don’t let the door hit you on the way out… Cheerio we wont miss you!!

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On 6/13/2019 at 6:55 AM, Laughing Gravy said:

the British majority voted to leave.

the MP's majority voted no for the deal and the PM kept requesting additional voting, 3x and 3x NO be so kind to enlightened us as to why British people can only vote once and the MP's can vote 3x

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On 6/13/2019 at 7:07 AM, Kinnock said:

GBP will be 1:1 with USD soon and heading towards 1:1 with the Thai Baht by October.

 

 

 

 

fantasy, $ maybe THB are you mad?

anyway hope 2nd Vote get through but doubt it with Corbyns pathetic and indecisive leadership

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