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On 8/9/2019 at 1:17 PM, Loiner said:


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

 

    Thanks to Corbyn and his non existent oppostion , to this  incompetent UK goverment .

    Tory party , have never had it so easy.  Corbyn is their saviour .

 

     

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19 minutes ago, CNXexpat said:

It decided the deal is bad but also decided that they want to have a deal - but no idea which kind of deal. If the parliament would vote "no deal" they can leave tomorrow and they could be out since March or before. 

 

I think we agree...... to leave with a deal parliament need a deal that is acceptable. It is not about what parliament wants, it is about what the EU are prepared to offer - at the moment, nothing more.

 

The impasse therefore rests with the EU - they are pulling the strings and are the only side that vary the ‘offer’. IMO they don’t want to help to construct an acceptable deal (the May/EU deal never was) .

 

That leaves no deal if Brexit is to be achieved. 

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Glad you weren't around in 1939.
Hoist the white flag,
'We're doomed, doomed I tell you!' was the cry of the remainers as they take them all off to the funny farm.
There it is the Big problem half The Brexit Mob still think It's WW2 or the Map is still pink.It was 75 years we won get over it.

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3 minutes ago, juice777 said:

There it is the Big problem half The Brexit Mob still think It's WW2 or the Map is still pink.It was 75 years we won get over it.

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Living in the past.

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As an Aussie I know our dollars slide has nothing to do with Brexit. What are all the Brits going to say when,Brexit or not, the pound continues to drop? I'm no economist but I reckon the smart people have taken all the uncertainty into account and what you see is what you get.  Hopefully this fiasco will be over soon and the people really feeling the pinch i.e. expat pensioners (not me)  in Thailand can get back to sorting out their finances and lives. People dreaming of 70 baht to the pound are just that dreamers. The only way the exchange rate will improve is if the baht drops, not the pound or the aussie dollar improves, and that is not likely in the short term given the current situation.  

I read earlier about a married guy on a british pension getting about 35,000 baht a month. If the pound jumped up 10% he'd get what...38,500 a month? He needs 40,000 to satisfy his extension of stay, in other words at least another 5000 baht. The pound will have to increase by over 14% to keep him here? If my maths are right that's about 42.5 baht on todays rate of 37.14. Doable? Who knows?

 

 

 

"I read earlier about a married guy on a British pension getting about 35,000 baht a month" some of the old gits like him will probably Blame that on Romanian Builders somehow. 

I wonder what net Migration will be next year up 10%? with the all the old Gits Returning Home who is no good to anyone will The UK be at breaking point then Nigel Boy?

 

I wonder if you can buy Shares In JD Wetherspoons I bet they will be Buzzing. And the irony of it is they will be Drinking with all the Foreigners and then in a few years time instead of having a 40 year old Thai wife to take care of them they will have 40 year old male Romanian careers popping round once a week to wipe there bottoms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What aload of tosh..

If their is a deal it will go up 10% straight away not 1 year.

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    Thanks to Corbyn and his non existent oppostion , to this  incompetent UK goverment .
    Tory party , have never had it so easy.  Corbyn is their saviour .
 
     

Corbyn has always been unelectable. While ever he is there the LAB party Momentum and leftists are prevented from gaining power. Totally useless arse but saves the UK from LAB marxists posing as politicians.
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10 hours ago, Nigel Garvie said:

The thing is if Corbyn had ACTUALLY campaigned vigorously for stay, shared a platform with Tories and Libs when necessary, and denounced Farage as the conman and Putin puppet that he is, then we wouldn't be in this position. As the years have gone on he has got more and more ineffective, his performances have been shallow, petty, and petulant. Furthermore he had utterly failed to be a leader, real anti semites have been let off the hook because they are big JC supporters, his politburo see all of this as a fight for left wing control of the LP, and stuff the country. In the country he is as popular as toasted sh#t with the ordinary voters, and many lifelong LP supporters hold their noses when they go into the booth to vote Labour. He can still do immense damage to the country. You are right - Farage never had a better supporter. 

I take no pleasure in saying this, he inspired a generation of young voters to join Labour, and his rehashed Tony Benn speeches, were delivered with genuine fervour. I think he may be unwell mentally, he looks unsure of himself every time he appears on TV. 

Why would have Corbyn campaigned to stay when he venemently hates the EU, your suggestion doesn't make sense. Are you saying he should have gone againgst what he believes in, like he is doing now. If anybody is a puppet it is Corbyn himself, he is being worked primarily by IMO Keir Starmer, probably the only member of the Labours cabinet with a functional brain, unfortunately there are many other Labour members pulling Corbyn in every which way but loose.

The second half of your post I agree with although written in the style of Citizen Smith.

But don't forget when Corbyn finally agreed to talk with Mrs May he was strongly advocating to retain the EUs working rights for our countries workers, whilst only 4 years earlier he was, just before the EU referendum, was campainging to come out of the EU because of their terrible reputation on human rights, A 24 carat hypocrite.

 

 

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11 hours ago, elliss said:
On 8/9/2019 at 1:17 PM, Loiner said:


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

 

2 hours ago, Loiner said:


Corbyn has always been unelectable. While ever he is there the LAB party Momentum and leftists are prevented from gaining power. Totally useless arse but saves the UK from LAB marxists posing as politicians.

Please make your mind up, you can't be "Power grabbing" and unelectable (I don't disagree with that assessment) at the same time. If you are unelectable you can't grab power. 

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9 minutes ago, vogie said:

Why would have Corbyn campaigned to stay when he venemently hates the EU, your suggestion doesn't make sense. Are you saying he should have gone againgst what he believes in, like he is doing now. If anybody is a puppet it is Corbyn himself, he is being worked primarily by IMO Keir Starmer, probably the only member of the Labours cabinet with a functional brain, unfortunately there are many other Labour members pulling Corbyn in every which way but loose.

The second half of your post I agree with although written in the style of Citizen Smith.

But don't forget when Corbyn finally agreed to talk with Mrs May he was strongly advocating to retain the EUs working rights for our countries workers, whilst only 4 years earlier he was, just before the EU referendum, was campainging to come out of the EU because of their terrible reputation on human rights, A 24 carat hypocrite.

 

9 minutes ago, vogie said:

Why would have Corbyn campaigned to stay when he vehemently hates the EU, your suggestion doesn't make sense. Try again.......I used the word "If", What I wrote was hypothetical,  just to highlight that he was responsible for running a campaign that was remain in name only. 

 

If anybody is a puppet it is Corbyn himself, he is being worked primarily by IMO Keir Starmer, probably the only member of the Labours cabinet with a functional brain, unfortunately there are many other Labour members pulling Corbyn in every which way but loose..............I agree, but IMO it is primarily Seamus Milne and Karie Murphy from the politburo who have him by the ba#ls, not Starmer.

 

The sky news thing is interesting, thanks for that. Sadly it confirms my opinion, Corbyn talks utter drivel. 

1) On tax havens why pick out Luxemberg,  the UK has the most tax havens in the world apparently, corporations alone are dodging $500billion in tax per year, and the UK is the worst conspirator. Why on earth do you think the glorious leaders of the Brexit movement want us to leave Europe?

2) It was the British who established the European Convention on Human Rights, we should be proud of that. 

3) Taking (With idiotic self righteousness) about the EU tearing up the social chapter, and damaging workers rights, when they have done exactly the opposite, (To the fury of Tories who don't appear to want workers to have rights) is just another sign that he is terminally stupid.

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