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11 hours ago, JRG23 said:

I have a real increasing hatred of Johnson and his right-wing henchmen/women.

And we thought politicians in this part of the world were selfish, lying, ba*&a%ds !!!

The British voted for then, overwhelmingly, with 51,88%...

And Brexit Now… 30,52 % of the votes, so.. according British democracy 29 of the 73 seats = 39,73%

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8 hours ago, Henryford said:

Don't worry on 1.11.19 the Pound will be back upto 60 once we have left the EUSSR.

60what ? Kip, Dong, Riel ? ?

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8 hours ago, stephenterry said:

Absolutely no point in stating the obvious. A no-deal catastrophe for the UK just doesn't register with some. However, I am confident that a free-trade deal with the EU would occur whatever the outcome, because it's in both the EU and the UK's interest to agree.  How they fudge that, will be most interesting...

no, no, no, no, no, no  ( not my opinion nor whish, but the outcome of the HoC )

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6 hours ago, Baerboxer said:

Parliament has failed miserable so far.

And the people, who voted for them, see also the EU parliament election.

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6 hours ago, Baerboxer said:

I attended a seminar yesterday. The forecast there was 1 GBP - $US 1.13 if no deal Brexit; $US 1.34 if soft Brexit with deal. 

Only one company's forecast of course.

Mid 80's I followed a 13 day course in international affairs, for a big part about currency ( strength).

At the end one of the students thanked the prof, and asked: "but.. can you also tell what the exchange rate of the US$ towards the EU currencies will be next week?

His answer: "these kinds of questions, you should not ask at the Faculty of Economics but at the Faculty of Psychology".

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The sad thing is, that the most important export product for the UK is cars. But who is leaving/wants to leave? The car Industrie. Right now the UK is number 9 or 10 in the world of the largest industrial nations. If they´ll loose 90% of the car Industrie (Rolls Royce, Bentley, Jaguar and McLaren will stay perhaps), they will decrease to number 20. If Airbus will leave the UK (they talked about it) and many banks bring parts of their business to the EU, the UK will decrease more. 

Oh, and if Scotland will leave, the UK will also loose it´s oil exports. 

 

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The Brexiteers promise the UK to become important and rich without the EU. 

Did they really? I don’t remember that.
Maybe there would have been a landslide for Leave if they did.
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5 minutes ago, Loiner said:


Did they really? I don’t remember that.
Maybe there would have been a landslide for Leave if they did.

Yes, they promised - including a health system with a lot of money.

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Boris and his right wing cronies could not give a toss.

So much money they don't care about the normal population.

 

Enter the opposition to sort things out.

Problem is their aint one.

What a mess.

 

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19 minutes ago, Loiner said:


Did they really? I don’t remember that.
Maybe there would have been a landslide for Leave if they did.

That is what they promised.

Porky Pies.

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2 hours ago, CNXexpat said:

The sad thing is, that the most important export product for the UK is cars. But who is leaving/wants to leave? The car Industrie. Right now the UK is number 9 or 10 in the world of the largest industrial nations. If they´ll loose 90% of the car Industrie (Rolls Royce, Bentley, Jaguar and McLaren will stay perhaps), they will decrease to number 20. If Airbus will leave the UK (they talked about it) and many banks bring parts of their business to the EU, the UK will decrease more. 

Oh, and if Scotland will leave, the UK will also loose it´s oil exports. 

1. ASTON MARTIN (FORD, USA. INVESTMENT DAR, KUWAIT. INVESTINDUSTRIAL, ITALY.)

2. BENTLEY (VOLKSWAGEN, GERMANY)

3. JAGUAR + LAND ROVER (TATA, INDIA)

4. LOTUS (PROTON, MALAYSIA)

5. MG (SAIC, CHINA)

6. MINI + ROLLS-ROYCE (BMW, GERMANY)

7. VAUXHALL (GM, USA)

8. MORGAN (MORGAN, UK)..  In their own words – “The last remaining FAMILY OWNED, independent, innovative British motor manufacturer.”

There are still four British-owned car companies, Bristol, Morgan, Caterham and McLaren .

 

As about every economist and industry observer warned the British for since 2015 

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9 hours ago, Loiner said:

I love him even more. Hatred for comrade Corbyn and his leftist power grabbing antics increases.

THE problem with a 2-partydemocracy. it is OR US.,. or the mortal enemy. See also the USA.

Hopefully LibDem will be the biggest ( 21 (LibDem) -20 (Brexit Now)-20 (Labour)-20(Cons)-19 (others) in 50% +1 of the baronies ( constituencies), as will have the government then with 50+1 seat and.. the dictator till next general elections. Called: British democracy.

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