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Britain to become "second rate" in the world after Brexit - EU's Tusk

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7 hours ago, Matzzon said:

So, your opinion is that UK gets more power standing alone on the international market, than remaining in European Union? You mean that they are going to be able to make better deals with a fraction of the power on the international market?

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43 minutes ago, Matzzon said:

That´s spot on! Never a more true thing has been coming from the lips of this man.

That polish <deleted> should be thankful of everything the UK has done for his country. What a complete <deleted>

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18 minutes ago, billd766 said:

As for the GBP,  IMHO it is fluctuating because of the uncertainty regarding Leave/Remain. Once that gets cleared up one way or the other the GBP should stabilise.

I'm not buying a house in France because I don't know what will happen after Brexit.

Can't imagine any new business happening in Europe until Brexit either happens or doesn't happen.

Surprised the Pound and the Euro aren't doing worse against all the other currencies as everyone will be waiting.

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17 minutes ago, Sticky Wicket said:

That polish <deleted> should be thankful of everything the UK has done for his country. What a complete <deleted>

So, are you saying that he should not represent the European Union, and instead bow to the UK as a citizen of Poland? Anyway, I guess you are feeling he is speaking the truth, and that´s why you once again have to work on personal attacks, instead of make a discussion that shows a different possible reality..

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Britain is at the forefront of 

Robotics

Aerospace

Additive manufacturing (3-D printing)

Virtual and augmented reality

AI and machine learning

Renewables

Power grids and wind farms

Healthtech

 

Plus the financial services will always stay in London.

Just because we don't mass manufacture products anymore, doesn't mean we can't still be a powerhouse. 

 

Also the country with the greatest amount of soft power

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2 minutes ago, Matzzon said:

So, are you saying that he should not represent the European Union, and instead bow to the UK as a citizen of Poland? Anyway, I guess you are feeling he is speaking the truth, and that´s why you once again have to work on personal attacks, instead of make a discussion that shows a different possible reality..

He's <deleted> stirring because he's scared to death of losing his bobby's job 

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36 minutes ago, billd766 said:

Tusk is already saying it.

 

As for the GBP,  IMHO it is fluctuating because of the uncertainty regarding Leave/Remain. Once that gets cleared up one way or the other the GBP should stabilise.

You are probably right about the GBP. How much will change is hard to predict, though. Just let´s say it then. Get the thumbs out of your butts in the UK. Ask yourself what is most bad. Losing some points in a deal to break from the EU, or see the value of your precious GBP sink by the minute?

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52 minutes ago, phetpeter said:

The reason we want out of Brexit is because they have turned us into a second rate country. We were doing fine with just our brothers from out colonial cousins. then the EU decide we should allow free movement of their unwanted, low skilled to come and stay which allowed businesses to take on people at low wages and cause the rise on lower incomes and force UK citizens to require food banks to feed their families.  While these groups milk our systems of welfare, and sending there monies home, while the EU fails to make all member's to pay an equal wage across all EU countries.

Other EU countries have negotiated a long transition period when it comes

to employees from the new member states.


The UK negotiated a short period because your government and business

wanted it.


Beside, Who do you blame that on your own playground
people who came without knowing the language,deprived you of work and opportunities???

 

Ps. your colonial brothers have four wives and three of these wives receive

money as single mothers. Many large properties in the UK were bought with

social money earned in this way.but keep quiet, don't tell anyone, it's racism.

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3 minutes ago, Sticky Wicket said:

He's <deleted> stirring because he's scared to death of losing his bobby's job 

He already know the time is up for a new election regarding his work, which has been in the news more than one time. Again you post something irrelevant about the person, instead of coming with something concrete that can oppose his statement. Is that because lack of knowledge about the European Union, Brexit and the European as well as the World economy?

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14 minutes ago, nauseus said:

My opinion is that the EU is run by cretins. That's why it is failing.

Sure, I agree. Many of them are not the sharpest knifes in their respective boxes. However, they are storng and can not be underestimated as a combined block of force at international level. For exemple. Nobody denies the power of the United States, even as it´s run by a realestate clown mogul that hasn´t a clue about what he is doing.

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2 minutes ago, Matzzon said:

He already know the time is up for a new election regarding his work, which has been in the news more than one time. Again you post something irrelevant about the person, instead of coming with something concrete that can oppose his statement. Is that because lack of knowledge about the European Union, Brexit and the European as well as the World economy?

How can you post something concrete about something that hasn't happened?

He's a dreadful man and has done nothing but cause problems during the negotiations. 

He's just making wild assumptions with no basis and he ought to keep his nose out

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