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#637537 - 17/03/21 05:40 PM Re: Brexit & the sunlit uplands [Re: EnergisedReds]
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None of us can predict future economies not the British government or any government or the best analysts in the world.

If any of us could we would be trillionaires many times over.

In my view I think long term Britain will be better economically out of the EU. But I could be wrong. Only time will tell lets discuss in 10 years. But even then the variables are so complex no one could ever measure anyway.

By the way vish the pound in increasing now that must please you ?


But to repeat again and again even if the economy ends up worse that was not, nor ever will be, why I voted to leave the EU. It was a number of reasons and the economy was not the highest on the list.

Whoever is right whoever was wrong in 2016 it matters not because Britain is out of the EU and never coming back.
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#637539 - 17/03/21 05:50 PM Re: Brexit & the sunlit uplands [Re: Stanley Park]
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awwww we really miss u

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#637540 - 17/03/21 07:53 PM Re: Brexit & the sunlit uplands [Re: Shaggydog]
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The problem for brexiters is that they won

Those who campaigned for it now have to deliver those unicorns they promised and lead us all to the sunlit uplands.

So far we have been told that the main bonuses are that it isn't as bad as it might have been and we can withdraw more cash from ATM machines. Same as Holland in the EU

Now we are being told it wasn't all about the economy as the economy discovers the cost of cost of becoming a 3rd country.

But they do have their blue passports and oodles of sovreignty.

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#637541 - 17/03/21 10:06 PM Re: Brexit & the sunlit uplands [Re: Shaggydog]
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they also have boris and the alt right morons running the place for the foreseeable future.. 1980's retro style

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#637542 - 18/03/21 03:21 AM Re: Brexit & the sunlit uplands [Re: Stanley Park]
EnergisedReds Offline
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Originally Posted By Stanley Park
None of us can predict future economies not the British government or any government or the best analysts in the world.

If any of us could we would be trillionaires many times over.

In my view I think long term Britain will be better economically out of the EU. But I could be wrong. Only time will tell lets discuss in 10 years. But even then the variables are so complex no one could ever measure anyway.

By the way vish the pound in increasing now that must please you ?


But to repeat again and again even if the economy ends up worse that was not, nor ever will be, why I voted to leave the EU. It was a number of reasons and the economy was not the highest on the list.

Whoever is right whoever was wrong in 2016 it matters not because Britain is out of the EU and never coming back.


Yes, I am happy with the pound up

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#637546 - 18/03/21 03:40 PM Re: Brexit & the sunlit uplands [Re: EnergisedReds]
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Loc: Eire
don't be happy, human races time is up. we [oops] it

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#637549 - 18/03/21 07:13 PM Re: Brexit & the sunlit uplands [Re: Shaggydog]
Stanley Park Offline
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Originally Posted By Shaggydog
The problem for brexiters is that they won

Those who campaigned for it now have to deliver those unicorns they promised and lead us all to the sunlit uplands.

So far we have been told that the main bonuses are that it isn't as bad as it might have been and we can withdraw more cash from ATM machines. Same as Holland in the EU

Now we are being told it wasn't all about the economy as the economy discovers the cost of cost of becoming a 3rd country.

But they do have their blue passports and oodles of sovreignty.


No such thing as a brexiteer we had a national Democratic vote the first for 40 years and its now been implemented. That's the end of it whether its good or bad we will have to see.
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#637550 - 18/03/21 07:14 PM Re: Brexit & the sunlit uplands [Re: EMP]
Stanley Park Offline
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Originally Posted By EMP
don't be happy, human races time is up. we [oops] it


I think you might be right with that one, mother nature always wins and its not if but when.
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#637551 - 18/03/21 11:07 PM Re: Brexit & the sunlit uplands [Re: Stanley Park]
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Originally Posted By Stanley Park
Originally Posted By Shaggydog
The problem for brexiters is that they won

Those who campaigned for it now have to deliver those unicorns they promised and lead us all to the sunlit uplands.

So far we have been told that the main bonuses are that it isn't as bad as it might have been and we can withdraw more cash from ATM machines. Same as Holland in the EU

Now we are being told it wasn't all about the economy as the economy discovers the cost of cost of becoming a 3rd country.

But they do have their blue passports and oodles of sovreignty.


No such thing as a brexiteer we had a national Democratic vote the first for 40 years and its now been implemented. That's the end of it whether its good or bad we will have to see.


No such thing as a brexiteer and yet.........

Only the pig headed and remain ultras deny it has been a success.

Just how far are you planning on moving the goals on your assessment of Bojo's brexit deal

Is it

(A) "The big picture is it's a resounding success"

(B) "Sure there are problems".

(C) "We trade with the EU largely on the same terms as before its the
best of all worlds".

(D) "We have our cake and we have eaten it"

(E) the deal its a fantastic achievement".

(F) "The northern Irish protocol so called should not be there and it
will have to change".

(G) " I don't deny the unionists feel betrayed and I don't blame them
they have been sold down the river".

(H) "We left the EU for reasons other than economic".

And a bonus question

How many vaccines has the UK sent to other countries?

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#637552 - 18/03/21 11:26 PM Re: Brexit & the sunlit uplands [Re: Stanley Park]
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Originally Posted By Stanley Park
Originally Posted By EMP
don't be happy, human races time is up. we [oops] it


I think you might be right with that one, mother nature always wins and its not if but when.


its not mother nature, its motherf**kers

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