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2 hours ago, puck2 said:

....  in higher prices for many items.

Be lucky that you have to pay for it, and enjoy it as you like the Brexit so much :cheesy:.

If the Germans like exporting to the UK, they may have to cut their costs to keep the prices down, if Barnier trashes German exports by failing to agree a deal.

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4 hours ago, OneMoreFarang said:

Imaging you have free trade for decades and then someone introduces harsh border controls and they call it progress.

 

Someone should have mentioned that in 2016. How many people would have voted for that version of Brexit?

It's even worsen than that, Ireland and Scotland will still be in the EU (iirc) so they can still do free trades. 

 

Will the UK also get border controls with those neighbours?

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6 minutes ago, Jip99 said:


Blimey, they have advised you already ?
 

No wonder you are ahead of us in the information stakes. 
 

You are sooooo superior, we are unworthy.

It has been well documented the US wants access to the NHS in order for an Anglo American trade deal to be struck.

But you already know that.

And Given Trump has just demonstrated how "special" the relationship is between the two countries by giving his lapdog Johnson the hairdryer treatment over the phone it bodes ill that any favourable trade deal for the UK will be signed.

But you guys want that because you all knew what you were voting for.

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1 minute ago, codebunny said:

What a load of rubbish. There are huge foreseeable positives in Brexit for the next decade.

 

Based on what?! A customer of what? There's absolutely nothing meaningful or specific in that.

The EU isn't a country. It's Germany, plus a few other countries all with transnational corporations.

Most of the EU is plagued by high unemployment and sub-inflationary growth (i.e.: decline).

China desperately needs expertise in many areas, not least of which, in finance.

No, they already paid for the New Labour austerity repair programme; and with further reforms to de-NewLabourize Britain, they will benefit from the growth bonanza from new international trade deals, whilst Germany & Co. try to work out where to sell to if Britain ain't buying.

Absolute nonsense.

Detail some of the "huge forseeable positives".

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1 hour ago, samran said:

And here I was thinking that it was the opinion and argument which mattered. 
 

Given that there isn't much in the way of argument, there's not much to matter.

 

1 hour ago, samran said:

 

That some people place more weight on someone’s background, well that’s just.....strange. But predictable. 

He said where they're from, not what they are, but you knew that, didn't you.

Are you playing the race card to shut down debate, or just trolling for cheap thrills?

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2 minutes ago, Rookiescot said:

Absolute nonsense.

Detail some of the "huge forseeable positives".

Already have. Go and read them if you can make your eyes point the other way.

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1 hour ago, Rookiescot said:

Nobody voted for hard Brexit.

 

This is what the leave campaign was saying before the referendum.

 

 

They lied.

No that video is lying.

You have Dan Hannan saying it won't threaten our place in the single market, and the rest is about Norway and Switzerland.

Another lie is...

There's no such thing as a hard brexit, there is only brexit or no brexit, and people voted for brexit.

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6 minutes ago, codebunny said:

Given that there isn't much in the way of argument, there's not much to matter.

 

He said where they're from, not what they are, but you knew that, didn't you.

Are you playing the race card to shut down debate, or just trolling for cheap thrills?

Well when multiple posters - over many many months - can’t help repeatedly making a big deal or taking cheap shots at my background then you do wonder...

 

Thing like this are BIG deal for them, life experience has shown. 

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1 hour ago, Rookiescot said:

They lied to you.

You guys simply refuse to see it.

Remain lied to you, and you simply refuse to see it. Why would you vote for your own economic future to be stolen from you by voting to remain in the EU?!

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6 minutes ago, codebunny said:

Already have. Go and read them if you can make your eyes point the other way.

Cant find them.

Please list them again for me.

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1 minute ago, codebunny said:

Remain lied to you, and you simply refuse to see it. Why would you vote for your own economic future to be stolen from you by voting to remain in the EU?!

What were you saying about ‘dreary repetitive toss’?

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1 minute ago, samran said:

Well when multiple posters - over many many months - can’t help repeatedly making a big deal or taking cheap shots at my background then you do wonder...

 

Thing like this are BIG deal for them, life experience has shown. 

You sound a bit paranoid, tbh. If you want to make a show of your identity in public, it shouldn't be a surprise if it's referred to sometimes, but that's not what was happening here.

My kids are the same as you, and wouldn't encourage them to make a big show of it. 

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