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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    Yes we should take the word of a mediocre techie for that.
    Like I said I do hope its a hard Brexit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Sure, and what I need is to win big on the premium bonds. Saying "we need" and actually doing something to achieve that are two totally different things.
    What, doing something like leaving so we can make our own trade agreements instead of having to wait over a decade for the EU to come up with a 'one size fits all' solution?

    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    As for your ideology that anyone who isn't far enough right for your liking is incapable of running the country would be amusing if you didn't believe it so unquestioningly, and that you don't care about how bad Britain suffers as long as the suffering is outside the EU.
    I'm not Left/Right/Centre when it comes to politics, ultimately there are more important issues which Brexit proved. When I vote I just ask myself "Which party, that has a realistic chance of winning, would be best for the country overall?"

    And in Labour/Korbyns case, that was a definitely, definitely, not him. The man is Socialist throwback form another era (ostensibly the "workers" party, but now largely representing people on benefits wanting a bigger handout) and the thought of him being at the helm sent a shiver down my spine.

    26% CT?! Go Korbyn! that'll get the economy going!
    Quote Originally Posted by Nigel Farage MEP - 2016-06-24 04:00:00
    "I hope this victory brings down this failed project and leads us to a Europe of sovereign nation states, trading together, being friends together, cooperating together, and let's get rid of the flag, the anthem, Brussels, and all that has gone wrong."

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    Quote Originally Posted by rl4engc View Post
    What, doing something like leaving so we can make our own trade agreements instead of having to wait over a decade for the EU to come up with a 'one size fits all' solution?



    I'm not Left/Right/Centre when it comes to politics, ultimately there are more important issues which Brexit proved. When I vote I just ask myself "Which party, that has a realistic chance of winning, would be best for the country overall?"

    And in Labour/Korbyns case, that was a definitely, definitely, not him. The man is Socialist throwback form another era (ostensibly the "workers" party, but now largely representing people on benefits wanting a bigger handout) and the thought of him being at the helm sent a shiver down my spine.

    26% CT?! Go Korbyn! that'll get the economy going!
    So just out of interest do you want to leave the single market and the customs union i.e. a hard Brexit. Or more like a Norway model i.e. a soft Brexit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rl4engc View Post
    What, doing something like leaving so we can make our own trade agreements instead of having to wait over a decade for the EU to come up with a 'one size fits all' solution?
    In the year since the referendum, all that has happened is that after 9 months the PM finally triggered article 50.
    All that has been done is a vote to leave.
    There are no new trade agreements
    There is no plan
    There are only the pipe dreams of various people, and in terms of the government they can't even agree amongst themselves, so how are they going to be able to negotiate something with other countries?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BR14 View Post
    UTTER twat
    You need to expand your vocabulary. Try and get some nuance and subtlety in your life, you know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rl4engc View Post
    ... and I'm sure if when they start to cock it up then I and the majority of the people minority of the people who think* like me...will speak out turn purple with frustration and ultimately achieve nothing.
    FTFY.

    With the current shower in charge, the UK would be stuffed even if the referendum had gone the other way.



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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    In the year since the referendum, all that has happened is that after 9 months the PM finally triggered article 50.
    All that has been done is a vote to leave.
    There are no new trade agreements
    There is no plan
    There are only the pipe dreams of various people, and in terms of the government they can't even agree amongst themselves, so how are they going to be able to negotiate something with other countries?
    Actually there was a very expensive trip made by Fox et. al. to Asia a few months ago. They came back with nowt.
    Well actually India said, increase Indian immigration and we'll see.
    The problem is that on its own, Britain is responsible for about 3% of the world's economy, so bigger players have more leverage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rl4engc View Post
    26% CT?! Go Korbyn! that'll get the economy going!
    But you consider the Tory way of 0% Tax if you're really big business, and screw the small businesses?
    ...because we daren't tax big businesses in case they leave the country.

    I would have a tiny amount more respect for the current government if they applied the tax laws to all businesses, but hey ho, that will never happen, and believing it should makes me an evil bad pinko commie in your books.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    You need to expand your vocabulary. Try and get some nuance and subtlety in your life, you know.
    that's try TO get, not try AND get.

    you can be summed up with elegant simplicity though:

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    There are no new trade agreements
    AFAIK the UK isn't allowed to negotiate new trade agreements until we've come out of the EU in 2019. That said I'd be fairly confident there are various meetings going on in the background now to facilitate the fast tracking of a raft of such, once that time comes.

    Fundamentally business leaders (and politicians!) want to make money, they'll be lobbying the government to get agreements in place quickly post-Brexit. This will obviously be a lot quicker than going through the quagmire that is the EU.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nigel Farage MEP - 2016-06-24 04:00:00
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