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Title: Brexit
Post by: denarii on April 25, 2016, 12:24:05 PM
Which of you ball-less wonders are voting to stay in the EU socialist monstrosity?

https://ig.ft.com/sites/brexit-polling/



Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: illuminati on April 26, 2016, 12:26:08 PM
Voting --  OUT.

Sadly I think it's not the people who are voting that will make the difference....
It Will Be Those Who Are Doing The Counting.....


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on April 27, 2016, 10:03:46 AM
each sides lie about benefits and disadvantages about leaving...

Leaving will leave your employment rights up in the air in the hands if the Tories, look forward to being finished with no notice and reduced holidays etc

leaving will keep the hordes of foreigners out 'in theory', I honestly don't think the elites want to close the borders tho, we'd have to get a far right gov in for that to happen


there's good and bad in both arguments, id stay in for workers rights and status quo with jobs, id love to chuck all the eastern euros who are driving wages down out, but can't see it happening


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Donny on April 27, 2016, 10:33:14 AM
each sides lie about benefits and disadvantages about leaving...

Leaving will leave your employment rights up in the air in the hands if the Tories, look forward to being finished with no notice and reduced holidays etc

leaving will keep the hordes of foreigners out 'in theory', I honestly don't think the elites want to close the borders tho, we'd have to get a far right gov in for that to happen


there's good and bad in both arguments, id stay in for workers rights and status quo with jobs, id love to chuck all the eastern euros who are driving wages down out, but can't see it happening
100% correct. If the UK leaves it will give the Tory Government a Free Hand. This will not happen because i have heard that plans are in for a "Euro Army".. no joke. It is all signed and sealed. 


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on April 27, 2016, 02:29:04 PM
Exactly...would you trust those Tory cun.ts with your working rights?... The euro army is a European wet dream, its probly only the Brits who would have a problem with it


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: illuminati on April 27, 2016, 03:11:49 PM
Nope I would not & don't trust the Tory kuunts.

Though which political party do you trust.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on April 27, 2016, 11:20:21 PM
I don't trust any of them at the moment, labour have become a joke , Corbin isn't the answer


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: bigmc on April 28, 2016, 01:36:48 AM
im voting to exit

the scaremongering about leaving is all bullshit


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: illuminati on April 28, 2016, 07:12:15 AM
im voting to exit

the scaremongering about leaving is all bullshit








Clearly it Scaremongering a as the countries in Europe outside
Of the euro Zone Are Doing Very Well.
Even The Isle of Man Is Ok.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Donny on April 28, 2016, 07:25:53 AM
Exactly...would you trust those Tory cun.ts with your working rights?... The euro army is a European wet dream, its probly only the Brits who would have a problem with it
I have heard on the Grapevine...we will have a big say as in the command. This would be only correct as from my experience of working with NATO allies , we are the natural Military Nation to lead. I say this not with arrogance but have worked in a Divisional HQ and know the Tactical thinking.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on April 28, 2016, 12:27:26 PM







Clearly it Scaremongering a as the countries in Europe outside
Of the euro Zone Are Doing Very Well.
Even The Isle of Man Is Ok.


There's been a few big companies threatening to pull the plug if we leave, Nissan for one... Youl never know until we do actually leave how it will work out


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: bigmc on April 28, 2016, 11:43:44 PM

There's been a few big companies threatening to pull the plug if we leave, Nissan for one... Youl never know until we do actually leave how it will work out

it seems unlikely the uk market is too big for them

there would be a period of unsettlement

then it would be like it never happened

we have our on currency which would have been the trickiest part


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: bigmc on April 29, 2016, 12:29:26 AM
I have heard on the Grapevine...we will have a big say as in the command. This would be only correct as from my experience of working with NATO allies , we are the natural Military Nation to lead. I say this not with arrogance but have worked in a Divisional HQ and know the Tactical thinking.

no trolling on this board please

you left the army in 1989 and work as a receptionist in a gym

there are plenty of sub forums for nonsense

lets have a serious debate here about britain leaving the euro zone its a great topic

thank you  :)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Donny on April 29, 2016, 12:38:39 AM
no trolling on this board please

you left the army in 1989 and work as a receptionist in a gym

there are plenty of sub forums for nonsense

lets have a serious debate here about britain leaving the euro zone its a great topic

thank you  :)
well that shows you know nothing Ginger. I bet the only place you saw was the Guard room Toilets.  Qualified you for your later career.. ;)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: bigmc on April 29, 2016, 01:33:25 AM
Donny,

whats the public opinion in germany about britain leaving

is it prominent in the news over there

how do they see their export market to britain changing if we leave


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: B_B_C on April 30, 2016, 02:29:59 AM
each sides lie about benefits and disadvantages about leaving...

Leaving will leave your employment rights up in the air in the hands if the Tories, look forward to being finished with no notice and reduced holidays etc

leaving will keep the hordes of foreigners out 'in theory', I honestly don't think the elites want to close the borders tho, we'd have to get a far right gov in for that to happen


there's good and bad in both arguments, id stay in for workers rights and status quo with jobs, id love to chuck all the eastern euros who are driving wages down out, but can't see it happening


it makes perfect sense that a country dismantling its social welfare system would want to leave the EU


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: bigmc on April 30, 2016, 03:23:59 AM

it makes perfect sense that a country dismantling its social welfare system would want to leave the EU

dismantling how?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on April 30, 2016, 01:24:02 PM
economic impact will be positive. lower fx, less contributions to EU, fewer low skilled immigrants driving up cost of living and down wages, large companies will relocate here to get away from socialist europe. EU and US will sign trade deal while we implement the brexit.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on April 30, 2016, 01:30:08 PM
local hero displaying his absence of education and socialist organised labour brain washing on this thread


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: bigmc on May 01, 2016, 12:17:42 AM
economic impact will be positive. lower fx, less contributions to EU, fewer low skilled immigrants driving up cost of living and down wages, large companies will relocate here to get away from socialist europe. EU and US will sign trade deal while we implement the brexit.

i think there will be a short term down turn due to uncertainty

but i reckon your about right


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on May 01, 2016, 12:37:13 PM
local hero displaying his absence of education and socialist organised labour brain washing on this thread


There's plenty of highly educated people on both sides of the fence, im not 100% im just looking at it from a standpoint that I understand

How's those lat pull downs comming along Einstein?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Henda on May 01, 2016, 12:50:43 PM

There's plenty of highly educated people on both sides of the fence, im not 100% im just looking at it from a standpoint that I understand

How's those lat pull downs comming along Einstein?
Too late there mate, you've now earned yourself the contempt of the fearsome beast who measure his r.o.m in thou "denari", your in for it now. Expect random derogatory threads with your name in the title that contain a soul destroying "owning" inside to pop up every now and again, even 6 months down the line. I'm only just recovering from facing this terrifying ordeal myself.....


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 01, 2016, 01:26:44 PM
Too late there mate, you've now earned yourself the contempt of the fearsome beast who measure his r.o.m in thou "denari", your in for it now. Expect random derogatory threads with your name in the title that contain a soul destroying "owning" inside to pop up every now and again, even 6 months down the line. I'm only just recovering from facing this terrifying ordeal myself.....

how are you guys finding jeremy corbyn and his leading of the red flag?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on May 01, 2016, 01:31:58 PM
If I start buying the sun, start voting Tory and cease being your muscular superior will you promise not to own me like you did poor old bassyG......


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 01, 2016, 01:34:39 PM
If I start buying the sun, start voting Tory and cease being your muscular superior will you promise not to own me like you did poor old bassyG......

post a video 160kgs bent over barbell row better form/ rom than me then...


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on May 01, 2016, 02:04:05 PM
Nah your alright, I'll stick with 2 1/2 plates a side and actually train my lats...there is a reason I will always look better than you, and im supposed to be the uneducated thick one  ::)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 01, 2016, 02:17:46 PM
Nah your alright, I'll stick with 2 1/2 plates a side and actually train my lats...there is a reason I will always look better than you, and im supposed to be the uneducated thick one  ::)

post a video then


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on May 01, 2016, 02:33:01 PM
post a video then


I've got nowt to prove you fucking idiot, you made a mockery of your self posting vids of some of the most horrendous looking lat pull downs ever witnessed... And you wouldn't have posted them if you some how didn't think they were impressive you deluded cun.t



Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 01, 2016, 02:34:13 PM

my latest heavy lifting video for your envy

http://tinyurl.com/2g9mqh


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 01, 2016, 02:39:13 PM

I've got nowt to prove you fucking idiot, you made a mockery of your self posting vids of some of the most horrendous looking lat pull downs ever witnessed... And you wouldn't have posted them if you some how didn't think they were impressive you deluded cun.t



you lift like a twink right?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: bigmc on May 01, 2016, 11:21:47 PM
 ???


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on May 02, 2016, 03:53:54 AM
you lift like a twink right?

I don't need to click a link to know what I'll see, most probly a weight yanked from a to b , slammed into a fat stomach...if I woke up and resembled your body in any shape or form id top my self instantly


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 03, 2016, 10:44:27 AM
I don't need to click a link to know what I'll see, most probly a weight yanked from a to b , slammed into a fat stomach...if I woke up and resembled your body in any shape or form id top my self instantly

still waiting local guy


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on May 05, 2016, 02:39:20 PM
You've owned me, I'll never recover, I wish I took notice of bassyg and never messed with you....  ::)

Edit... Its a clip of rick astley singing, don't know if I'm still owned, I don't have the education to figure it out, your my intellectual and physical superior, please dont post cock pics it would destroy me


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Raymondo on May 07, 2016, 01:36:26 AM
I'm all for staying in.

Contrary to popular opinion, the EU is not a fixed structure, it's malleable. I would prefer for Britain to work from within to effectuate the changes needed, although it is not clear what these changes are. I think the EU is more like a scapegoat and something for people to moan about.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: illuminati on May 07, 2016, 03:03:37 PM
I'm all for staying in.

Contrary to popular opinion, the EU is not a fixed structure, it's malleable. I would prefer for Britain to work from within to effectuate the changes needed, although it is not clear what these changes are. I think the EU is more like a scapegoat and something for people to moan about.






As its unaccountable & has For Me Some Very Fcuked up Love Of Scumbag Muslims.
As Well as Never being able to show its Books or Make them Balance.
Losing -- Leaking Millions of Pounds each year to Fcuk knows where,
Though we can have damn good guess.
I'd Say There Is Plenty to Moan About.
And Very Good Reasons To Get Out.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on May 08, 2016, 09:38:58 AM





As its unaccountable & has For Me Some Very Fcuked up Love Of Scumbag Muslims.
As Well as Never being able to show its Books or Make them Balance.
Losing -- Leaking Millions of Pounds each year to Fcuk knows where,
Though we can have damn good guess.
I'd Say There Is Plenty to Moan About.
And Very Good Reasons To Get Out.


You do have to accept we will have a few rough years when we leave


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 08, 2016, 04:46:42 PM
You've owned me, I'll never recover, I wish I took notice of bassyg and never messed with you....  ::)

Edit... Its a clip of rick astley singing, don't know if I'm still owned, I don't have the education to figure it out, your my intellectual and physical superior, please dont post cock pics it would destroy me

i can curl 30kgs dumbells. post a vid curling 34kgs.... in fact anyone on here post one.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: illuminati on May 08, 2016, 07:36:57 PM

You do have to accept we will have a few rough years when we leave





Hmmmm like we havnt had a good few rough years already.
So it wouldn't make any difference.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Henda on May 08, 2016, 09:13:06 PM
i can curl 30kgs dumbells. post a vid curling 34kgs.... in fact anyone on here post one.

Why 34kg? Why not the next size up 32.5kg? Or just the 30kg bell for more than a single quarter (being generous here) rep as I'm sure you done?

How about you lighten the weight, increase the rom and reps, slow the negative and actually train to break down muscle tissue?

The reason your obese is in an hours workout you probably total 5 sloppy 5 inch rom reps accompanied by 10 minutes rest between sets of your videos are anything to go by


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on May 09, 2016, 09:58:47 AM
I've never used more than 25kg for curls in my life, I have had arms over 19" tho so who fucking cares?, what ever your doing obviously isn't working for you, why not take some of the good advice that's been offered to you...


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 10, 2016, 03:37:15 AM
Why 34kg? Why not the next size up 32.5kg? Or just the 30kg bell for more than a single quarter (being generous here) rep as I'm sure you done?

How about you lighten the weight, increase the rom and reps, slow the negative and actually train to break down muscle tissue?

The reason your obese is in an hours workout you probably total 5 sloppy 5 inch rom reps accompanied by 10 minutes rest between sets of your videos are anything to go by


im not obese. i could lose a few pounds, need to cut back on the drinking. i only train 3x a week for 30 mins a go typically and i cycle. used to train 5x for an hour each time. now i combine HIT with some volume.

the volume is to get the pump you idiot, the heavy is the break down and shock the muscle.



Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Henda on May 10, 2016, 09:34:35 AM
im not obese. i could lose a few pounds, need to cut back on the drinking. i only train 3x a week for 30 mins a go typically and i cycle. used to train 5x for an hour each time. now i combine HIT with some volume.

the volume is to get the pump you idiot, the heavy is the break down and shock the muscle.


Who mentioned volume you stinking cu nt?
That statement sounded like bb.com nerd shit.
You are partially correct in that volume training causes predominantly sarcoplasmic hypertrophy, but you will not achieve myofibrillar hypertrophy by doing one heavy quarter rep with no controll you need a heavy weight for around 15 to 25 TOTAL reps across all your sets to achieve this.

maybe obese was an overstatement but your gut was massive in the pulldown video, although didn't look as bad in your hard on whilst on the train photo from a while back


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 11, 2016, 01:56:49 PM
(http://www.getbig.com/boards/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=553001.0;attach=584058;image)

(http://www.getbig.com/boards/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=553001.0;attach=584511;image)

leathered on eurostar


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Henda on May 11, 2016, 11:05:15 PM
Clearly erect penis


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 12, 2016, 07:56:08 AM
Clearly erect penis

clearly a fold of cloth.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Henda on May 12, 2016, 09:13:32 AM
clearly a fold of cloth.

Must be some pretty stiff "cloth" to be sticking up at that gravity defying angle


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: bigmc on May 12, 2016, 09:37:09 AM
denari obviously excited about being on eurostar in this thread


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on May 12, 2016, 10:14:08 AM
Those 30kg curling guns are bursting through that shirt, your packing heat all over, cock and guns, your quite the man about town... ::)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Henda on May 12, 2016, 11:12:42 AM
Brightened view of this mysterious "fold"


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Henda on May 12, 2016, 10:24:23 PM
are you always this disinterested in other men?

I fail to see the problem? I merely zoomed in on and brightened a photo or another mans crotch, what are you getting at here?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 13, 2016, 12:31:57 PM
Must be some pretty stiff "cloth" to be sticking up at that gravity defying angle

its usually referred to as a zip isnt it.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 15, 2016, 03:20:29 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTMxfAkxfQ0

one for bass generator and his northern welfare zoo animals.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Henda on May 15, 2016, 08:30:28 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTMxfAkxfQ0

one for bass generator and his northern welfare zoo animals.

An hour and ten minutes long and starts off with a highly punchable, disgusting gross nerd talking?? I'm not watching that shit


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Henda on May 16, 2016, 08:56:59 AM
did I say there was a problem?
you "merely zoomed in on and brightened a photo or another mans crotch"



I needed a better view as I couldn't see it properly in the original, perfectly normal and acceptable, I'm not quite sure what your implying??


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 17, 2016, 02:13:45 AM
An hour and ten minutes long and starts off with a highly punchable, disgusting gross nerd talking?? I'm not watching that shit

mabe the Sun can summarise it in 100 words for you


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Henda on May 17, 2016, 04:44:50 AM
mabe the Sun can summarise it in 100 words for you

I stopped reading the sun when they ditched the striker and Hagar the horrible comics


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Charlys69 on May 18, 2016, 09:29:09 AM
Brexit-----"please"   

but only one rule "there is no way, and no Option to go back to the EU ".


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 19, 2016, 03:04:15 AM
If we were not in the EU, joining it would not be up for discussion, so whats the issue with leaving?!?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on May 26, 2016, 10:03:50 PM
If we were not in the EU, joining it would not be up for discussion, so whats the issue with leaving?!?


This comment has stuck with me and it does run true, much as it pains me to admit it....


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on May 26, 2016, 10:05:55 PM
100% correct. If the UK leaves it will give the Tory Government a Free Hand. This will not happen because i have heard that plans are in for a "Euro Army".. no joke. It is all signed and sealed. 


This was just on the news this morning, leaked documents..... To be kept secret till after the vote....


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 29, 2016, 07:23:55 AM

This comment has stuck with me and it does run true, much as it pains me to admit it....

The 'economists' calling for remain;

Did they predict the GFC?

Did they recommend the UK join the Euro

Do they believe in aliens?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: bigmc on May 30, 2016, 08:00:49 AM
The 'economists' calling for remain;

Did they predict the GFC?

Did they recommend the UK join the Euro

Do they believe in aliens?

they always get it wrong

truth is the economy is largely a lottery

its almost impossible to predict what will happen


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 30, 2016, 12:35:32 PM
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-05-30/brits-appalled-disgusted-brexit-postal-ballot-fraud


http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-05-30/its-unbearable-50-year-old-german-woman-rages-i-have-lost-all-my-trust-state


Cameron is finished eitherway. I think Gove will win the Tory leadership contest.



Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 01, 2016, 02:24:07 AM
The anti-Brexit Project Fear reached its zenith yesterday. Having published a paper suggesting GDP per household would fall by £4,300 in the long term (by 2030) if Britain left the EU, the Treasury yesterday turned its guns on the short-term implications of leaving.

And guess what? Research produced by a department run by a chancellor who thinks we should stay in the EU suggests the results of leaving would be very bad! If we vote to leave, we’d supposedly see a year-long mild recession, the economy 3.6 per cent smaller relative to remaining after two years, inflation higher, house prices lower, higher unemployment and a range of other bad outcomes.

As with the first lamentable Treasury offering, key to dismembering this biased account is working out the assumptions behind it. And here we do not need to dig long to find buried bodies. Essentially, the results are driven by three economic phenomena: people adjusting their spending and investment patterns because they expect Brexit to permanently lower their incomes, the near-term effects of uncertainty, and volatility in financial markets.

The first impact can be summed up quite easily as “rubbish in, rubbish out”. A large part of the result is driven by people reducing spending and investment because the Treasury assumes that the results of its long-term paper are correct (that we would be poorer than if we remain) and this changes behaviour now.

Read more: Osborne is entirely wrong: Voters would gain from Brexit

As outlined previously in this column, however, that Treasury paper was riddled with bizarre assumptions – not least that we would not adjust any regulatory policy or pursue more expansive trade when we had secured those freedoms outside the EU. This is particularly amusing, because just this weekend a leaked civil service document outlined how other member states made the EU a barrier to more free trade.

The first Treasury paper’s modelling methods were also extensively critiqued by our Economists for Brexit group – for relying on a range of economic associations with little theoretical underpinning and for being prone to extensive biases in the equations.

The short story is this: if you use the highly exaggerated negative long-term Treasury results then this effect on spending will be exaggerated in the short term too.

If, on the other hand, you presume that sensible policies on trade, migration, regulation and government spending are adopted and expected post-Brexit, and that as a result Brexit was beneficial to long-term performance (as papers by CEBR, Open Europe and Economists for Brexit have shown), then the short-term effect would in fact be an economic boost. The biggest threat of a negative impact happening from Brexit, therefore, is precisely the scaremongering of the Treasury and its effect on expectations.

Read more: The economic case against Brexit is collapsing

Of course, no sensible person on the Brexit side would suggest that there would be absolutely no uncertainty from leaving the EU. The Treasury is well within its rights to model that effect on investment and spending. There will be some short-term adjustment in the two years after Article 50 is triggered and an exit is negotiated (though during that time all current arrangements will remain in place and it would be in the interests of both parties to pursue a mutually-beneficial transition).

To a degree, therefore, Brexit will be a very short-term shock, the probability of which will already be factored in. But previous research by the OECD has shown that economies react better to shocks when they can adapt quickly – with independent macro policies, flexible labour market policies, a political system conducive to structural reform, and a liberal approach to trade. The UK fulfils these criteria and thus is much more resilient to shocks than, say, the Eurozone. In fact, Brexit would enable the UK to improve the economy’s institutional flexibility to future shocks further, as we would not be sucked into greater political union.

So the flipside of any short-term Brexit risks is a range of significant long-term opportunities. An opportunity to run a more expansive trade policy and exit the disastrous common agricultural and fisheries policies. An opportunity to reshape regulation to domestic circumstances. An opportunity to protect the City of London from Brussels’s regulatory zeal. And an opportunity to spend money better or cut taxes from any savings from our large gross contributions to Brussels.

Provided one trusts that the UK’s democratic processes will over time produce good policies in these areas, there is nothing to fear from the economics of Brexit and thus the Treasury’s results fall apart.

City A.M.'s opinion pages are a place for thought-provoking views and debate. These views are not necessarily shared by City A.M.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Raymondo on June 02, 2016, 06:18:30 AM
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Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Griffith on June 07, 2016, 10:07:17 AM
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 ;D exactly.



Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Griffith on June 08, 2016, 04:46:18 AM
'Leave' and Brexit could lead to the Pound losing 20 % of its value or more. The same goes for property prices and that's excluding the devaluation of currency.

Furthermore, this is excluding the volatility that would be caused to the markets, even the US markets.

I really hope the UK remains part of Europe.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 09, 2016, 08:45:49 AM
'Leave' and Brexit could lead to the Pound losing 20 % of its value or more. The same goes for property prices and that's excluding the devaluation of currency.

Furthermore, this is excluding the volatility that would be caused to the markets, even the US markets.

I really hope the UK remains part of Europe.

So assuming those forecasts are accurate. You don't want cheaper housing or more competitive  exports?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Raymondo on June 09, 2016, 12:18:45 PM
So assuming those forecasts are accurate. You don't want cheaper housing or more competitive  exports?

Do you want another recession?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 09, 2016, 02:13:59 PM
Do you want another recession?

there is no factual evidence there will be a recession, merely assumptions put into regression models by a treasury being bullied by cameron and osbourne.

http://www.iea.org.uk/blog/the-treasurys-new-brexit-paper-rubbish-in-rubbish-out


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Griffith on June 10, 2016, 05:00:16 AM
So assuming those forecasts are accurate. You don't want cheaper housing or more competitive  exports?

You don't mind paying more for everything, especially imported products, while earning the same?

You don't mind your life savings losing up to 20 % or more of its value internationally?

You don't mind losing your freedom of movement to live, work, study and travel anywhere in Europe?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: bigmc on June 10, 2016, 08:49:21 AM
You don't mind paying more for everything, especially imported products, while earning the same?

You don't mind your life savings losing up to 20 % or more of its value internationally?

You don't mind losing your freedom of movement to live, work, study and travel anywhere in Europe?

the first two are speculation



Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Raymondo on June 10, 2016, 09:04:18 AM
the first two are speculation



Until new trade deals are worked out (which can take years, even decades) tariffs will be imposed, which means more expensive imports/less profitable exports by default.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: bigmc on June 10, 2016, 09:33:21 AM
Until new trade deals are worked out (which can take years, even decades) tariffs will be imposed, which means more expensive imports/less profitable exports by default.

again speculation

we buy a lot of goods from europe

its not in their interest to fuck us off

you are guessing

everyone is guessing

the real decision is

is it better the devil we know

or go for the unknown


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Griffith on June 10, 2016, 10:51:50 AM
again speculation

we buy a lot of goods from europe

its not in their interest to fuck us off

you are guessing

everyone is guessing

the real decision is

is it better the devil we know

or go for the unknown

Germany and France have said they will not make any compromises if Britain leaves Europe. They know they will have to make an example, the UK will be punished.

Freedom of movement in Europe will also be scrapped. That was in the headlines today.

In regards to currency devaluation, most economists and finance professionals seem to agree on this.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 10, 2016, 12:00:12 PM
a cheaper currency = more export competitiveness and more upwards pressure on ordinary peoples wages

lower house prices = less cost to buy/ rent over time, less mortgage debt and conversely if house prices come to closer to the cost of building (less land price bubble), less risky for builders to develop


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 10, 2016, 12:01:03 PM
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/eu-referendum-poll-brexit-leave-campaign-10-point-lead-remain-boris-johnson-nigel-farage-david-a7075131.html


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on June 10, 2016, 01:16:15 PM
im still for staying in,,, altho i wouldnt be too upset if the vote went the other way, i think alot of people will talk the talk then back down when they have to put that X on the paper


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 10, 2016, 02:53:49 PM
im still for staying in,,, altho i wouldnt be too upset if the vote went the other way, i think alot of people will talk the talk then back down when they have to put that X on the paper

the fact that Corbyn has been lifetime anti-EU doesnt sway you then?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Army of One on June 10, 2016, 03:44:16 PM

You don't mind losing your freedom of movement to live, work, study and travel anywhere in Europe?

This is such a huge point, I'm not sure why anyone would want to give this up.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: polychronopolous on June 10, 2016, 09:18:24 PM
Elites Panic as Brexit Takes 10% Lead



Despite European Union elites, including some Bilderberg attendees, negotiating a deal with Turkey to temporarily suspend Middle East immigrants pouring into the EU until after the June 23 Brexit vote, UK voters now favor leaving the EU by 10 percent.
The influx of migrants from the war-torn Middle East and North Africa has put a huge strain on Europe. To address the tsunami of destitute and potentially dangerous immigrants, the European Union cut a deal with Turkey to drastically slow the tide.

According to Stratfor Global Intelligence, the tentative deal struck between Turkey and the EU on March 18 gave Ankara an extra $3 billion in aid, accelerated its EU membership talks and eased visa restrictions for Turkish citizens after June.

Ankara in return, agreed to keep migrants from passing through their borders on the way to the Continent and to take back any migrants who made it to Europe after the deal’s implementation on March 20.

To discourage further illegal immigration from Syria, the parties agreed to “resettle” one legal Syrian refugee from Turkey for each Syrian non-refugee deported from Greece.

Since talks with Turkey began, the flow of Middle East migrants to Europe has shriveled from about 70,000 reaching the Greek shores in January to just about 1,000 in May.

The success in limiting illegal immigration from Turkey is even more compelling, given that spring usually marks a huge uptick in human smuggling as warmer weather reduces dangerous Aegean storms.

The Turkish authorities have cracked down on criminal gangs operating around ports and the nation’s Coast Guard has intercepted a large number of crowed boats heading for Greece. The risk of paying smuggling fees, and then being sent back has at least temporarily dissuaded immigrants from trying to make the crossing.

But British voters seem to have responded to the success of the deal with Turkey as cynical proof that the EU and their Bilderberg corporate and political allies could have curtailed illegal immigration in the past, but chose to encourage the mass movement as a ready source of cheap labor.

Notwithstanding the furious efforts of British Prime Minister David Cameron to paint a Brexit vote as a disaster, only 45 percent of British voters want to “remain” in the EU and just 25 percent of British voters believe that leaving will result in lower living standards.

In an effort to appear to be more transparent, the Bilderberg Steering Committee led by Henry Kissinger released the full roster of this year’s attendees that include politicians, bankers, academic intellectuals and chiefs of multi-national corporations.

Despite Richard Engel, chief Foreign Correspondent, NBC News, John Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief, Bloomberg LP and Zanny Minton Beddoes, Editor-in-Chief of The Economist attending, no journalists are allowed to report on proceedings.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on June 11, 2016, 12:31:21 AM
the fact that Corbyn has been lifetime anti-EU doesnt sway you then?

Corbyn is a looser and has took away my vote at the next election....  Don't get me wrong the whole immigration thing alone is enough to make most people want to leave, I just don't want to risk jobs and loose working rights


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: polychronopolous on June 11, 2016, 12:39:23 AM
Scare tactics always come into play last minute with these types of decisions.

If I was a euro(thank God I'm not) I would vote down every last one of these "unification" proposals.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 11, 2016, 09:19:59 AM
Corbyn is a looser and has took away my vote at the next election....  Don't get me wrong the whole immigration thing alone is enough to make most people want to leave, I just don't want to risk jobs and loose working rights

There are two 'right wing' parties in the UK vs labour, lembicaldumbocunts, snp, greens, plaid cymru etc and you are worried about working directives... There are also more 'workers' with votes than business people. ..


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on June 11, 2016, 03:02:11 PM
There are two 'right wing' parties in the UK vs labour, lembicaldumbocunts, snp, greens, plaid cymru etc and you are worried about working directives... There are also more 'workers' with votes than business people. ..


Doesn't matter, labour won't be in government for a long time, the tories will fuck us over soon as we leave


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 12, 2016, 05:07:21 AM

Doesn't matter, labour won't be in government for a long time, the tories will fuck us over soon as we leave

the only reason either party has much power is the first past the post system.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 12, 2016, 05:45:44 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gHLfMXb0Yg


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Griffith on June 12, 2016, 10:16:29 AM
a cheaper currency = more export competitiveness and more upwards pressure on ordinary peoples wages

lower house prices = less cost to buy/ rent over time, less mortgage debt and conversely if house prices come to closer to the cost of building (less land price bubble), less risky for builders to develop


No.

My home currency, lost 20 % value this year and has been losing value over the past few years.

The only result is that everything is more expensive and pay increases are nowhere near to catching up to what they should be.

The reason for this is that wage increases never match inflation, and is nowhere close, businesses are not going to give 20 or 30 % wages increases.

Furthermore, wage increases are always one step behind inflation, andthe next wage increase just increases inflation again.

The only ones who say currency devaluation is "not so bad" are those who have never experienced a massive devaluation first-hand.


Title: Brexit
Post by: Army of One on June 12, 2016, 11:01:25 AM
The funny part is even is even if the vote to leave wins, 3 out of the 4 outcomes from there mean we still have to allow free movement, so the immigration point probably wouldn't get addressed anyway

These are the four possible 'OUT' outcome. Not made up, by a leading EU and competition lawyer. He developed the guide as an at-a-glance reference for business people in response to the lack of objective and factual analysis available to the public.

He says - “Which ever way people decide to vote on 23 June, they need to be able to easily understand the implications of their decision. I have been struck by how overly complicated and negative the majority of the press coverage has been about this crucial vote and by creating a straight forward guide I hope that businesses will be able to chart the flow of the legal processes we would have to enter into.

“It is important to recognise in three of the four scenarios the UK would still be subject to EU law and free movement of people, but crucially would no longer have any input into the formation of new EU laws.

“It is also worth noting that the negotiations to leave the EU would take a minimum of two years from the point the Article 50 notice is served, but any new arrangement could take at least ten years to conclude. If we stay in the EU, there would be no legal changes to the current arrangement.

Copy and paste the following in your browser

http://i.imgur.com/DUkr5FH.jpg


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Raymondo on June 12, 2016, 11:22:27 AM
Good one Army of One.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 12, 2016, 11:38:08 AM
No.

My home currency, lost 20 % value this year and has been losing value over the past few years.

The only result is that everything is more expensive and pay increases are nowhere near to catching up to what they should be.

The reason for this is that wage increases never match inflation, and is nowhere close, businesses are not going to give 20 or 30 % wages increases.

Furthermore, wage increases are always one step behind inflation, andthe next wage increase just increases inflation again.

The only ones who say currency devaluation is "not so bad" are those who have never experienced a massive devaluation first-hand.


There is a difference between a currency falling 10% and a country with chronic economic problems that has inflation and a weak currency. I presume you are from argentina or Brazil or somewhere like that.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Raymondo on June 14, 2016, 12:35:13 PM
The vast majority of economists polled said the economy will be worse off in 5 years.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 14, 2016, 02:26:30 PM
The vast majority of economists polled said the economy will be worse off in 5 years.

that is a crystal clear indicator to vote brexit.

http://www.shareprophets.com/views/21405/tom-winnifrith-bearcast-the-warnings-of-soros-the-wonderful-mrs

im sure you are worried that under the points system you will be packed off back to taco land, but i think the point is capping future immigration. in the mean time i suggest you study some qualifications to be on the safe side.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Henda on June 14, 2016, 10:23:44 PM
that is a crystal clear indicator to vote brexit.

http://www.shareprophets.com/views/21405/tom-winnifrith-bearcast-the-warnings-of-soros-the-wonderful-mrs

im sure you are worried that under the points system you will be packed off back to taco land, but i think the point is capping future immigration. in the mean time i suggest you study some qualifications to be on the safe side.
need to be registered to see it genius


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Raymondo on June 14, 2016, 10:48:07 PM
that is a crystal clear indicator to vote brexit.

http://www.shareprophets.com/views/21405/tom-winnifrith-bearcast-the-warnings-of-soros-the-wonderful-mrs

im sure you are worried that under the points system you will be packed off back to taco land, but i think the point is capping future immigration. in the mean time i suggest you study some qualifications to be on the safe side.

Is that the best you've got? Now there's a bitchy, schoolgirl-ish rebuttal I didn't see coming, but then again I am not familiar with your posting style. In fact, I had hardly noticed you on the board before.

FYI I am white British. Not much else to say really.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on June 15, 2016, 12:31:16 AM
Is that the best you've got? Now there's a bitchy, schoolgirl-ish rebuttal I didn't see coming, but then again I am not familiar with your posting style. In fact, I had hardly noticed you on the board before.

FYI I am white British. Not much else to say really.


Look up" brutal lat pull downs", then youl know the man your addressing and maybe you will think twice before talking back... ;)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 15, 2016, 12:56:36 AM
Is that the best you've got? Now there's a bitchy, schoolgirl-ish rebuttal I didn't see coming, but then again I am not familiar with your posting style. In fact, I had hardly noticed you on the board before.

FYI I am white British. Not much else to say really.

i mixed you up with griffith. its the collectivists on this thread that elected blair/ brown up bankrupted this country, didnt build enough houses, opened the doors and no end of other bullshit, then torys/ lib dems took over and didnt little else than continue the prior policies.




Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Raymondo on June 15, 2016, 01:25:40 AM
i mixed you up with griffith. its the collectivists on this thread that elected blair/ brown up bankrupted this country, didnt build enough houses, opened the doors and no end of other bullshit, then torys/ lib dems took over and didnt little else than continue the prior policies.




So it's Brown's fault for your dickhead argument. Right. ::)

Please ignore my posts and I will do the same.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 15, 2016, 04:18:26 AM
So it's Brown's fault for your dickhead argument. Right. ::)

Please ignore my posts and I will do the same.

a country living beyond its means... with spend thrift politicians of the three main parties at the helm. thing sreally started to breakdown in the late 90s a couple of years after chinese workers entered the global labour pool and undercut the scallies working in northern manufacturing concerns, rendering them unemployed and creating the 'northern welfare safaris' as tom winnifrith likes to describe them.

(http://cdn.tradingeconomics.com/charts/embed.png?s=ukca&v=201606141716n&d1=19160101&d2=20161231&h=300&w=600)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: polychronopolous on June 16, 2016, 10:31:41 AM
In 2016 The Mayor of London giving a speech with women forced to stand segregated in the back. Liberal Progress.

Anybody who votes to support this nonsense is a damn fool.

London’s Muslim Mayor Hosts EU ‘Remain’ Rally With Hijab-Clad Women Forced To Stand At The Back

(http://media.breitbart.com/media/2016/06/sadiq-khan-segregation-640x480.png)

London Mayor Sadiq Khan gave a speech in Manchester on behalf of the EU ‘Remain’ campaign, with women noticeably absent from the front of the crowd.
In an effort to bolster the ailing Remain campaign, newly elected London Mayor Sadiq Khan has gone on a road trip across the country to try and boost support for remaining in the European Union (EU).

A photograph from one of Mr. Khan’s speeches in Manchester posted on the Guido Fawkes blog reveals that in at least one of his speeches, meant to galvanise Labour voters in the north of England, women were excluded from the front row and relegated to the periphery of the event.

Mr. Khan is said to be attempting to distance himself from the government’s official campaign that has been dubbed “project fear”, and is expected to tell Labour voters in the party’s northern heartlands that voting to remain in the EU is the “positive, proud and patriotic thing to do,” the Evening Standard reports.

The London mayor said: “I am backing Remain because it’s by far the best option for protecting working people’s jobs, wages and rights…the world won’t end if we leave Europe — but it won’t be in Londoners’ interests or the interests of  working people.”

It is not the first time that a Labour event has seen the segregation of women. The party has often been accused of pandering to hard-line Muslims, with a number of incidents being revealed last year.

The Mayor has also been in hot water before when it comes to questions over his links to Islamist groups and those who practice a more traditional form of Islam that often sees women segregated at events from men. Adding further fuel to the accusations that Mr. Khan is attempting to enforce a more traditional role of women in public life is his new ban on sexualised advertising on London’s public transport.

According to Mr. Khan, the ban on sexualised advertisements was to prevent exposure to images of scantly clad models making women feel “ashamed” of their own bodies. Though the move plays into the desires of feminists who want to see a more prudish take on women in public life, it also plays to the views of Islamists and Islamic traditionalists who desire women to cover up for reasons of “modesty”.

The speeches in the north of England see Mr. Khan team up with not only Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, whose engagement in the campaign has been lackluster so far, but also Prime Minister David Cameron who merely weeks before the London mayoral election referred to Mr. Khan as an extremist. Mr. Cameron and Mr. Khan appeared at a rally together at the end of last month in London to extol the virtues of the EU and the benefits of staying in the political bloc.

The north of England tour is scheduled to see Mr. Khan make speeches in Manchester, Oldham, Leeds and possibly Bradford. After the tour he will return through the Midlands to London on Sunday ahead of a BBC debate with former London mayor and pro-Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson at Wembley Arena on Tuesday evening.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 16, 2016, 03:01:26 PM
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CIqyzDDWgAAYNF8.jpg)

(http://i.imgur.com/f9kI3GQ.jpg)

(http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/07/16/1405468796191_wps_1_Nigel_Farage_L_British_Me.jpg)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtahavoPMnc


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: polychronopolous on June 16, 2016, 03:07:15 PM
How are those property values going to be 60 to 80 years from now when it is your grand or great grand daughters being segregated from the men and being forced to wear that nonsense in an Islamic district?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 17, 2016, 08:31:28 AM
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-06-17/switzerland-withdraws-application-join-eu-only-lunatics-may-want-join-now


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Griffith on June 17, 2016, 12:13:15 PM
The Pound is massively overvalued so a 20-40% devaluation would probably be more realistic anyway.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on June 17, 2016, 11:57:33 PM
In 2016 The Mayor of London giving a speech with women forced to stand segregated in the back. Liberal Progress.

Anybody who votes to support this nonsense is a damn fool.

London’s Muslim Mayor Hosts EU ‘Remain’ Rally With Hijab-Clad Women Forced To Stand At The Back

(http://media.breitbart.com/media/2016/06/sadiq-khan-segregation-640x480.png)

London Mayor Sadiq Khan gave a speech in Manchester on behalf of the EU ‘Remain’ campaign, with women noticeably absent from the front of the crowd.
In an effort to bolster the ailing Remain campaign, newly elected London Mayor Sadiq Khan has gone on a road trip across the country to try and boost support for remaining in the European Union (EU).

A photograph from one of Mr. Khan’s speeches in Manchester posted on the Guido Fawkes blog reveals that in at least one of his speeches, meant to galvanise Labour voters in the north of England, women were excluded from the front row and relegated to the periphery of the event.

Mr. Khan is said to be attempting to distance himself from the government’s official campaign that has been dubbed “project fear”, and is expected to tell Labour voters in the party’s northern heartlands that voting to remain in the EU is the “positive, proud and patriotic thing to do,” the Evening Standard reports.

The London mayor said: “I am backing Remain because it’s by far the best option for protecting working people’s jobs, wages and rights…the world won’t end if we leave Europe — but it won’t be in Londoners’ interests or the interests of  working people.”

It is not the first time that a Labour event has seen the segregation of women. The party has often been accused of pandering to hard-line Muslims, with a number of incidents being revealed last year.

The Mayor has also been in hot water before when it comes to questions over his links to Islamist groups and those who practice a more traditional form of Islam that often sees women segregated at events from men. Adding further fuel to the accusations that Mr. Khan is attempting to enforce a more traditional role of women in public life is his new ban on sexualised advertising on London’s public transport.

According to Mr. Khan, the ban on sexualised advertisements was to prevent exposure to images of scantly clad models making women feel “ashamed” of their own bodies. Though the move plays into the desires of feminists who want to see a more prudish take on women in public life, it also plays to the views of Islamists and Islamic traditionalists who desire women to cover up for reasons of “modesty”.

The speeches in the north of England see Mr. Khan team up with not only Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, whose engagement in the campaign has been lackluster so far, but also Prime Minister David Cameron who merely weeks before the London mayoral election referred to Mr. Khan as an extremist. Mr. Cameron and Mr. Khan appeared at a rally together at the end of last month in London to extol the virtues of the EU and the benefits of staying in the political bloc.

The north of England tour is scheduled to see Mr. Khan make speeches in Manchester, Oldham, Leeds and possibly Bradford. After the tour he will return through the Midlands to London on Sunday ahead of a BBC debate with former London mayor and pro-Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson at Wembley Arena on Tuesday evening.


They rolled out khan to get the paki vote, altho I've seen a few shop keepers interviewed who want to leave..


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Raymondo on June 18, 2016, 09:22:38 AM
The few Muslims I know are all voting leave, they are working class (like almost all Muslims in this country) and the working class by and large will be voting leave.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 18, 2016, 02:58:47 PM
The few Muslims I know are all voting leave, they are working class (like almost all Muslims in this country) and the working class by and large will be voting leave.

By your measure this is a suicide vote for them
 Lol


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 20, 2016, 04:42:15 AM
where will all the money saved by not being in the EU go?

nhs and pensions, two of the govts biggest bills


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: local hero on June 22, 2016, 08:39:56 AM
I'm predicting we stay in by 1 or 2 %......



Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 22, 2016, 02:47:32 PM
if its 1 or 2% to stay we need to expel those dead beat socialists north of the border and redo the vote.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1326816/we-urge-you-to-make-history-and-win-back-britains-freedom-believe-in-yourself-and-our-countrys-greatness-vote-leave/


(https://www.thesun.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/nintchdbpict0002467851021.jpg?w=742)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 23, 2016, 03:22:21 PM
sterling getting hammered, suggests its very close to call


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Irongrip400 on June 23, 2016, 04:23:32 PM
If the election brings about a "remain" win, they will say it was close but only because it was rigged.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on June 24, 2016, 12:46:53 AM
Well its exit. Corbyn secretly rejoicing. 


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: herne on June 24, 2016, 06:48:51 AM
Well its exit. Corbyn secretly rejoicing. 

He has always been Euro Sceptic...


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Griffith on July 01, 2016, 10:21:17 PM
Pound / Dollar Forecast to Trade in 1.10 - 1.30 Range by Leading Analysts


https://www.poundsterlinglive.com/usd/5105-pound-to-dollar-line-in-the-sand-3432


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on July 04, 2016, 01:57:41 PM
Anyone watched adia chile's panorama ?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Griffith on August 11, 2016, 11:20:55 PM
Pound back to 1.29 to the Dollar and another interest rate cut a possibility.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Griffith on October 11, 2016, 04:32:43 AM
Pound now at 1.22 to the Dollar, the BOE will probably lower interest rate again and the Pound will go even lower.

On Friday it briefly hit 1.19.

HSBC forecasts parity or near parity to the Dollar.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: falco on January 24, 2017, 08:02:27 AM
Theresa May cannot trigger Brexit without parliamentary permission, UK Supreme Court rules

https://www.rt.com/uk/374880-may-trigger-brexit-supreme/?utm_source=spotim&utm_medium=spotim_recirculation&spotim_referrer=recirculation&spot_im_comment_id=sp_6phY2k0C_374880_c_WAw9Jn

Seems like the voice of the people doesn't mean anything.
Lets wait and see.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: herne on March 29, 2017, 04:03:41 AM
Sir Tim Barrow and Donald Tusk.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: BSN on April 29, 2017, 12:53:13 AM
It's interesting what Scotland will do next. He will choose the separation or go with England in this Brexit story.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Griffith on May 03, 2017, 01:46:57 PM
It's interesting what Scotland will do next. He will choose the separation or go with England in this Brexit story.

Seperation from England would literally be the end of the United Kingdom, they would probably even have to change the flag.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on May 05, 2017, 02:02:36 AM
Seperation from England would literally be the end of the United Kingdom, they would probably even have to change the flag.

we need a vote to expel these welfare areas like Scotland and northern Ireland.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: herne on June 19, 2017, 05:05:42 AM
(https://pbs.twimg.com/card_img/875319371694059520/lUvz5QDp?format=jpg&name=600x314)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: herne on December 08, 2017, 03:38:12 PM
(https://scontent.fbhx1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/25152142_902466596598431_7797545576241325991_n.jpg?oh=9fa7a6c6665ef7ce85a27e39ee578736&oe=5ACB7F31)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: illuminati on December 08, 2017, 07:31:06 PM
Tell them unelected Eurocrats to get Fcuked
We owe them Fcuk All.

Why is she wasting time dealing with them.

If only Nigel was dealing with them he'd put tell the jumped up Twats straight.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: Griffith on December 09, 2017, 12:07:54 AM
At the least the Pound is no longer so overvalued.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: herne on December 17, 2017, 12:38:08 PM
(https://scontent.fbhx1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/24993663_902232736621817_1529558613651399337_n.jpg?oh=a907776051740871dcc3b6c229338b40&oe=5AB4F4C4)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: herne on December 17, 2017, 12:39:19 PM
(https://scontent.fbhx1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/24909708_899204556924635_5950240854700410100_n.jpg?oh=67f115c82ca64f5a5040f05fe7d02519&oe=5ACC2DEC)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on December 19, 2017, 02:58:33 PM
Tell them unelected Eurocrats to get Fcuked
We owe them Fcuk All.

Why is she wasting time dealing with them.

If only Nigel was dealing with them he'd put tell the jumped up Twats straight.

Who wiĺl pay for Juncker's eur500 bottles of wine?


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: illuminati on December 19, 2017, 06:24:08 PM
Who wiĺl pay for Juncker's eur500 bottles of wine?

Hmmmm Ahhh Yes
I overlooked that

Ok give them the £


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: denarii on December 20, 2017, 12:42:26 AM
Hmmmm Ahhh Yes
I overlooked that

Ok give them the £

This is only fair. Juncker has already agreed to a 5 year wine list and changing that after the agreement is unacceptable to him and his wine merchant. The UK must pay.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: herne on March 06, 2018, 02:20:08 AM
From Twitter (06/03/18)

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DXl-H0bXUAA4kZx.jpg)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: herne on March 06, 2018, 02:24:27 AM
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DXl_-7RWsAAyGgd.jpg)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: herne on March 06, 2018, 02:29:23 AM
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DXmI9YfWAAA8H0j.jpg)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: herne on March 06, 2018, 02:30:13 AM
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DXmBIiAWkAE9JZA.jpg)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: B_B_C on March 06, 2018, 04:19:05 AM
there must be 50 yways to leave your EU

It makes perfect sense that a country dismantling its social welfare protections and labour laws would leave the EU


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: herne on June 23, 2018, 01:05:34 PM
23-06-16

(https://scontent.fbhx1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/35994199_10157095572541336_4235586409605365760_n.jpg?_nc_cat=0&oh=02ce53ecf99cfb54e50d4c1c508d454e&oe=5BA95AB8)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: herne on June 23, 2018, 01:16:43 PM
@piersmorgan
Do we really want someone who does this in front of royalty leading our Brexit negotiations? 🙈🙈


(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DgYswZ6WAAEUfjY.jpg)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: illuminati on June 23, 2018, 01:28:17 PM
@piersmorgan
Do we really want someone who does this in front of royalty leading our Brexit negotiations? 🙈🙈


(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DgYswZ6WAAEUfjY.jpg)


WTF

Stand up you Spineless Traitorous Women.

FFS.


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: herne on September 20, 2018, 09:02:48 AM
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Dni7yANW4AA5_p5.jpg)


Title: Re: Brexit
Post by: IRON CROSS on September 21, 2018, 12:26:04 AM
@piersmorgan
Do we really want someone who does this in front of royalty leading our Brexit negotiations? 🙈🙈


(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DgYswZ6WAAEUfjY.jpg)

Is that famous Bongo Bongo dancer from Africa !.