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  1. "Time to look further afield as UK economy hits the brakes"

    No mention of course of anything particular going on in the background, as Chief Global Strategist for Charles Stanley and part-time Tory MP John Redwood offers his financial advice to the moneyed classes. ...

    Started by northernladyuk, 14th November 2017 14:55
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    14th November 2017 16:53 Go to last post
  2. Which Tomtom

    Afternoon All, I want to a get a Tomtom for a the old folks for Christmas, in their new California they do a lot of away days and holidays and a Tomtom in the background would make their lives easier. I want a Tomtom with maps of the whole of Western and Central Europe. I just looked on...

    Started by milanbenes, 14th November 2017 13:34
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    14th November 2017 15:44 Go to last post
  3. The Honda Questions

    http://data.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/committeeevidence.svc/evidencedocument/business-energy-and-industrial-strategy-committee/leaving-the-eu-implications-for-the-automotive-industry/written/71644.pdf

    Started by darmstadt, 9th November 2017 18:09
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  4. Sir James Dyson: Britain should walk away from Brexit negotiations over 'outrageous'

    Sir James Dyson has said that Britain should walk away from the European Union without paying anything towards the Brexit divorce bill. The billionaire inventor described Brussels' demands for a €60billion divorce bill are "outrageous" as he said that the UK should leave the EU without a deal. ...

    Started by AtW, 12th November 2017 15:48
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    13th November 2017 19:54 Go to last post
  5. EU defence pact

    Britain may be able to join in, but only on an exceptional basis if it provides substantial funds and expertise. :rollin::rollin::rollin::rollin:

    Started by Troll, 13th November 2017 08:48
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    13th November 2017 15:13 Go to last post
  6. Brexiter MP gives advice to pull money out of UK

    Labour has criticised the arch-Eurosceptic MP John Redwood for “talking down Britain” after he recently wrote a column of financial advice in which he recommended investors “look further afield” because of the state of the UK economy. In the piece for the Financial Times, the Conservative MP –...

    Started by AtW, 13th November 2017 14:39
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  7. Grimsby wants to have its fishcake and eat it!

    Maybe a bit of research before voting might have helped: Brexit exemption sought for Grimsby seafood trade - Grimsby Telegraph Grimsby residents branded 'idiots' for Brexit vote as seafood industry seeks free trade deal - Grimsby Telegraph Pro-Brexit Grimsby: opportunist second thoughts |...

    Started by darmstadt, 9th November 2017 10:44
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    13th November 2017 09:11 Go to last post
  8. Tory Brexit No Deal DOOM™: EU planning for collapse of Brexit talks

    EU planning for collapse of Brexit talks, says Michel Barnier Chief negotiator says no-deal scenario is not Brussels’ preferred option, but everyone needs to plan for it The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has said the bloc is drawing up contingency plans for the possible...

    Started by AtW, 12th November 2017 15:53
    • Replies: 2
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    13th November 2017 01:05 Go to last post
  9. Thumbs up Brexit best thing to happen to CUK for years

    All the repetitive dullards in one place, posting stuff nobody reads or care about. General is heading back to inneresting again...

    Started by DimPrawn, 11th November 2017 14:38
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    12th November 2017 17:27 Go to last post
  10. Increasing talk of stopping Brexit

    Gordon Brown says Brexit can be stopped Author of article 50 reiterates Brexit can be reversed Oh dear the remaniacs are out in force today it seems, maybe David Davis can pull something out of the hat today, to jolly along the Brexiteers. :D

    Started by BlasterBates, 10th November 2017 12:01
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    11th November 2017 22:12 Go to last post
  11. EUSSR issues two week ultimatum to plucky Brits

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/nov/10/uk-given-two-week-deadline-to-make-concessions-on-brexit-divorce-bill The UK should demand 100 billion euros from the EU, or it won't buy any more BMWs.

    Started by northernladyuk, 10th November 2017 14:27
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    11th November 2017 11:33 Go to last post
  12. Tory Brexiteer starting to grapple with reality

    Obviously he's doing so in the context of whining about the nasty EU bullies, but it looks like the start of a realisation that the UK doesn't hold all the cards because of BMW imports.

    Started by northernladyuk, 10th November 2017 14:30
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  13. Turkeys welcome the arrival of the Brexit festive season

    Oh dear™. https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/nov/09/brexit-will-hit-northern-england-economy-hardest-ippr-north-thinktank

    Started by northernladyuk, 10th November 2017 08:39
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  14. Families 600 quid worse off due to Brexit

    https://www.politico.eu/article/uk-households-600-worse-off-because-of-brexit/ As most have had no pay rises, in fact average wages for low paid are now 12% less than 10 years ago (ONS) and no sign of any pay increases wonder where they will get that 600 quid from? , maybe they will steal one...

    Started by motoukenin, 4th November 2017 01:41
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    9th November 2017 22:02 Go to last post
  15. EU waiting for the UK government to collapse

    EU waiting for the UK government to collapse The next milestone. :laugh

    Started by BlasterBates, 9th November 2017 08:12
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    9th November 2017 20:50 Go to last post
  16. Tory Brexit No Deal DOOM™: Settle the Brexit bill or we'll force UK firms to relocate

    The European Union will look to use the Brexit deadlock and rising uncertainty in the business world to “shake the tree” and force lucrative businesses to relocate to Europe, if Downing Street fails to make an early move to settle the so-called Brexit bill, the Telegraph has learned. The...

    Started by AtW, 9th November 2017 00:27
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    9th November 2017 07:42 Go to last post
  17. EU tells Britain it's living in 'fantasy land' over hopes for a 'basic' Brexit deal

    The British government is living in “fantasy land” if it believes that it can an amicable break-up with the EU in the event of a 'basic' Brexit, senior EU officials and diplomats have told The Telegraph. Three separate EU sources in both Brussels and a leading EU capital have warned that British...

    Started by AtW, 4th November 2017 14:26
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  18. No deal Brexit fears overblown, says JD Wetherspoon boss

    "Tim Martin takes a swipe at Sainsbury’s and Whitbread claiming British firms are not facing a ‘cliff edge’ and his pub chain is ready to leave the EU now (AtW's comment: that settles that then, we can leave tomorrow...) JD Wetherspoon is ready to leave the EU without a transition deal and the...

    Started by AtW, 8th November 2017 20:28
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    8th November 2017 22:34 Go to last post
  19. EU demands 44 billion to start trade negotiations

    Brexit news - EU demands £44 BILLION to start trade talks reports German media | Politics | News | Express.co.uk Is the UK ready to pay its legal obligations :D

    Started by BlasterBates, 1st November 2017 18:12
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    8th November 2017 22:32 Go to last post
  20. Jobs will be moved unless 'soap opera' of Brexit ends, CBI warns

    Jobs will be moved unless 'soap opera' of Brexit ends, CBI warns - Chronicle Live Actually in some industries, especially the thriving life sciences support ecosystem, I know this is already happening.

    Started by sasguru, 6th November 2017 09:03
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    8th November 2017 13:42 Go to last post

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