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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    So your argument is that the fall in sterling, which was undoubtedly caused by the referendum, is going to have no effect at all on a country that imports most of its goods and food?

    Is it cognitive dissonance or are you thick as 2 short planks?
    Trump is making me 10K a month on the stock market, I think I will be fine, you?
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    Vintage Champagne is up, so not wonder the EU loving socialists are angry.
    Well they'll just have to buy British then. Apart from being superior to the French plonk (not just my opinion but blind tasting) it actually contains a larger and larger %'age of English grapes every year. We should charge a tariff for using our grapes on their AoC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    Trump is making me 10K a month on the stock market, I think I will be fine, you?
    I'll be fine too. Your fellow Brexiters oop North, not so much.
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    Las time I visited the supermarket (shudder), I found that most of the food I purchased was either British or non-EU, so it's all good, and the prices were lower or the same as last time I went.

    So, sassy if you want to cry because you are so up to your eyes in debt, you are crapping yourself, go right ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    Las time I visited the supermarket (shudder), I found that most of the food I purchased was either British or non-EU, so it's all good, and the prices were lower or the same as last time I went.

    So, sassy if you want to cry because you are so up to your eyes in debt, you are crapping yourself, go right ahead.

    Debt?
    Don't think I've been in debt since I was a student.

    And you think non EU food will be cheaper why? You realise nearly all commodities are priced in dollars?
    Probably not, you're a Brexiter after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GB9 View Post
    The Independent is the leftie equivalent of the express so I would take anything it says with a block of salt.
    You need to read it in a right-leaning newspaper before you're ready to accept a weak pound means imported goods will cost more?




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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    Debt?
    Don't think I've been in debt since I was a student.

    And you think non EU food will be cheaper why? You realise nearly all commodities are priced in dollars?
    Probably not, you're a Brexiter after all.
    You (and pooperscot) are one of the worst Bremoaners on this site (mods included). Constant hysterical hyperbole over absolutely nothing when in the real world everyone is doing bloody well and in the financial announcements the economy is in mega-boom mode.

    Just a scared little whiny voiced irritant, that's your role here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    You need to read it in a right-leaning newspaper before you're ready to accept a weak pound means imported goods will cost more?
    The report was from the Times, that filthy left wing rag

    Brexiter stupidity is exquisitely delicious, I have to say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    And the fact that we have to spend sterling to buy oil priced in dollars has nothing to do with it?

    La la, I don't want to hear bad news , la la la la.
    What percentage of the price of a litre of petrol is down to the oil price and hence subject to both the price of oil and the change in Cable?

    I'm sure you must know being an economics genius.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    You (and pooperscot) are one of the worst Bremoaners on this site (mods included). Constant hysterical hyperbole over absolutely nothing when in the real world everyone is doing bloody well and in the financial announcements the economy is in mega-boom mode.

    Just a scared little whiny voiced irritant, that's your role here.

    HTH BIDI
    Oh dear, seem to have hit a nerve
    The economy in mega boom mode?
    Yeah looks like people are buying all those high quality British goods and we're going to be in surplus soon
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