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    ToryGraph - May's absurd Brexit plan

    By arch Brexiter - AMBROSE EVANS-PRITCHARD

    Eastern Europeans call it the great 'Re-migration'. Economies are booming. Wages are soaring. Poles, Balts, and Magyars are returning home.

    So are Spaniards, drawn back to their own country after their Lost Decade. Let us not underestimate the gravity of the economic crime committed against the youth of Southern Europe by those who constructed monetary union and then ran it into the ground.

    Yet Europe has turned the page on that sorry saga, and this has enormous ramifications for Britain. The EU migrant shock that hit the country in two great waves over the period from 2004 to 2016 is abating. We can now see that it was one-off effect, an historic aberration.

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    May's absurd Brexit plan sacrifices economy to stop EU migrants who won't come anyway

    Ambrosia kept writing how great Brexit will be and how soon EUR zone will crahs, now he sings different tune - won't take long before he buggers off to EU

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    Originally posted by AtW View Post
    By arch Brexiter - AMBROSE EVANS-PRITCHARD

    Eastern Europeans call it the great 'Re-migration'. Economies are booming. Wages are soaring. Poles, Balts, and Magyars are returning home.

    So are Spaniards, drawn back to their own country after their Lost Decade. Let us not underestimate the gravity of the economic crime committed against the youth of Southern Europe by those who constructed monetary union and then ran it into the ground.

    Yet Europe has turned the page on that sorry saga, and this has enormous ramifications for Britain. The EU migrant shock that hit the country in two great waves over the period from 2004 to 2016 is abating. We can now see that it was one-off effect, an historic aberration.

    Source -
    May's absurd Brexit plan sacrifices economy to stop EU migrants who won't come anyway

    Ambrosia kept writing how great Brexit will be and how soon EUR zone will crahs, now he sings different tune - won't take long before he buggers off to EU
    Now you're one of us, isn't it time you got yourself a spellchecker, it takes so long to translate some of your late night posts I could swear you've been on the under-the-counter Polish stuff...
    His heart is in the right place - shame we can't say the same about his brain...

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      #3
      Originally posted by Mordac View Post
      Now you're one of us, isn't it time you got yourself a spellchecker, it takes so long to translate some of your late night posts I could swear you've been on the under-the-counter Polish stuff...
      Nail polish?

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        #4
        If anyone really believes that Europe has "turned the corner" can I have some of what they are having please? The can is still being kicked down the road.

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          #5
          I think they have moved the handlebars to start negotiating the corner, but have forgotton to counter steer and have just noticed the big wet patch of diesel and gravel on their chosen path. Next they will panic grab the front brake and disappear into a ditch.

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            #6
            http://www.cih.org/news-article/disp...housing_market

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              #7
              Originally posted by AtW View Post
              Ambrosia kept writing how great Brexit will be and how soon EUR zone will crahs, now he sings different tune - won't take long before he buggers off to EU
              Remember reading his articles from time to time. Populist charged numpty. And even by his account Spain is turning more than a page, it is reporting economic growth that would make the UK - Heck even Scotland is growing faster than the rUK. MSM must be really naffed off the EU doesn't follow Murdoch rhetoric.
              Last edited by scooterscot; 6 July 2017, 07:31.
              "Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience". Mark Twain

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                #8
                Yet the UK has the worst growth and production efficiency rates of any EU country. Quite an achievement when so many are gainfully employed wouldn't you say?
                "Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience". Mark Twain

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                  #9
                  Thick Brexiters keep citing youth unemployment rates in Southern Europe as evidence of EU failure forgetting the following:

                  1. These countries had these high rates well before joining the EU and Euro.
                  2. Part of it is cultural: Latins have always been less independent and stayed at home with mummy and daddy till their late 20s. Leaving home at 18 isn't in their culture.
                  3. The youth unemployment ratio is a more accurate measure.

                  It's quite clear that Brexiters, sad fookers as they seem to be, seem to be more interested in EU failure , now that they've realised Brexit is going to be a disaster.
                  Thick fookers the lot of you
                  Last edited by sasguru; 6 July 2017, 07:43.
                  Hard Brexit now!
                  #prayfornodeal

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                    #10
                    AEP is magnificent. I imagine that he writes his pieces dressed n his sub-tropical issue pyjamas and dressing gown in a ruined Greek temple, lost in the depths of laudanum while Bedouin boys dance around him to the rhythms of Beelzebub.

                    I won't hear a word against him.

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