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Millennials may lose up to £108k over 30 years with no-deal Brexit

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  • Mordac
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    Originally posted by Whorty View Post
    So you didn't read the factual article then? Too many words and not enough pretty pictures for you? Try opening your mind and you'll realise everything your masters told you and promised are lies.
    Yes I read it. It was utter bollocks from start to finish. In 1974 almost everyone was on strike, so "real wages" were a fairly flat zero. I could go on, but I don't want to be accused of introducing anything like facts into your snowflake little world...

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  • shaunbhoy
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    Originally posted by Whorty View Post
    not enough pretty pictures for you?
    Here's one for you Whorty. Xmas is coming and it could be just the sort of investment to help you make it through to March without a meltdown.



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  • Whorty
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    Originally posted by Mordac View Post
    Well done for saying that with a straight face...
    So you didn't read the factual article then? Too many words and not enough pretty pictures for you? Try opening your mind and you'll realise everything your masters told you and promised are lies.

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  • Mordac
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    Originally posted by Whorty View Post
    A biased commentary low on facts .... just what i'd expect from a Brexidiot.

    I know the Bexidiots won't actually read the details, but this article explains how our GDP has grown whilst being in the EU : How did the UK economy do since joining the EU?

    Here's a clue ... we've done better than the US, France and Germany, debunking the lie that the EU is for the benefit of the Franco-German 'bullies' only, and also debunking the lie that countries outside the EU have fared better than those within.

    Nice try but, as you've heard all your life, "could do better".
    Well done for saying that with a straight face...

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by DimPrawn View Post
    Millennials are now what, getting close to 40 years old?

    About time they got a decent education, got a well paying job, and left home from mummy and daddy no?

    They can't, those nasty boomers refuse to die and give them their houses for free! Luckily if they stay in the EU everything will be great.

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  • DimPrawn
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    Millennials are now what, getting close to 40 years old?

    About time they got a decent education, got a well paying job, and left home from mummy and daddy no?

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  • Whorty
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    A biased commentary low on facts .... just what i'd expect from a Brexidiot.

    I know the Bexidiots won't actually read the details, but this article explains how our GDP has grown whilst being in the EU : How did the UK economy do since joining the EU?

    Here's a clue ... we've done better than the US, France and Germany, debunking the lie that the EU is for the benefit of the Franco-German 'bullies' only, and also debunking the lie that countries outside the EU have fared better than those within.

    Nice try but, as you've heard all your life, "could do better".

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  • shaunbhoy
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    There is plenty of good Brexit news, we're just ignoring it - inews.co.uk

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  • shaunbhoy
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    Originally posted by Eirikur View Post
    This pro brexit website has some different scenarios on this page and they are all negative:

    Recent Estimates of the Economic Impact of Brexit - Briefings For Brexit
    Yeah, well found Eeyore!!



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  • Eirikur
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    Originally posted by NotAllThere View Post
    Aside from that being about half a Swiss Franc by then, as OG points out - what's the calculation for other scenarios?

    1. Best case no-deal
    2. Best/Worst case BRINO
    3. Best/Worst case giving it up and deciding not to leave?
    4. Best/Worst case of transitioning for ever and ever and ever. (It's a local EU for local people).
    This pro brexit website has some different scenarios on this page and they are all negative:

    Recent Estimates of the Economic Impact of Brexit - Briefings For Brexit

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