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    Originally posted by shaunbhoy View Post
    You are displaying the very problems that have always existed for the British within the EU structure.
    We are fairly fastidious when it comes to following rules. If we don't like them then we will campaign against them, but if they ultimately get implemented then we tend to rather slavishly follow them for good or bad.
    The Germans, and more noticeably the French, simply pay lip service to those regulations they are not keen on. That is why the constraints of the EU have always been a bit of a bad fit for us.
    Now that we have taken the bold step to withdraw from these regulations I think we will find that a great many things are not only going to be possible, but can actually be actuated with a minimum of fuss.
    Are you suggesting we say we have passport controls on our borders but not bother to implement them in reality? Has anyone told the 17 million that was the plan all along?
    Will work inside IR35. Or for food.

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      Look, the coming economic problems will not affect people like me, but people like you.

      So there is some justice in the world.

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        Originally posted by CretinWatcher View Post
        U.K. Not invited, not important enough now
        US has gone out of its way in this meeting to praise the EU and stress its importance to US.
        In other words, US resources will now be focused on the EU.
        JUnior diplomats can be diverted to the backwater that is the UK, soon to be Little Britain, when Scotland leaves, which is now inevitable.
        Why would we want to go? We don't want to be part of it.

        You do know that Liam Fox is meeting the top US trade negotiators directly next week don't you? We haven't invited the rest of the EU though. They are unimportant now.

        As an aside for srja (or whatever its name is), that's another one of those negotiations we're not allowed to do.
        Last edited by GB9; 18 July 2016, 10:05.

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          Originally posted by CretinWatcher View Post
          U.K. Not invited, not important enough now
          US has gone out of its way in this meeting to praise the EU and stress its importance to US.
          In other words, US resources will now be focused on the EU.
          JUnior diplomats can be diverted to the backwater that is the UK, soon to be Little Britain, when Scotland leaves, which is now inevitable.
          You must win a medal for being the most boring and depressive troll on the site. Buck up young man!

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            Originally posted by CretinWatcher View Post
            Look, the coming economic problems will not affect people like me, but people like you.

            So there is some justice in the world.
            You mean the non-productive, tedious, unemployed like yourself?

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              Originally posted by VectraMan View Post
              Are you suggesting we say we have passport controls on our borders but not bother to implement them in reality? Has anyone told the 17 million that was the plan all along?
              Did you hear that faint whooshing noise? That was the sound of another valid point going way over your head.
              “The period of the disintegration of the European Union has begun. And the first vessel to have departed is Britain”

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                Yeah, all looks really positive without the UK.

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                  Originally posted by CretinWatcher View Post
                  Look, the coming economic problems will not affect people like me, but people like you.

                  So there is some justice in the world.
                  There is no punishment too harsh for Britain as long as the credibility of the remainers is upheld
                  Let us not forget EU open doors immigration benefits IT contractors more than anyone

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                    Originally posted by DodgyAgent View Post
                    There is no punishment too harsh for Britain as long as the credibility of the remainers is upheld
                    You voted for it. Bear the consequences.
                    There's going to be a gravy train for some but not for you.
                    Prices are going to rise.
                    So is unemployment.
                    Meanwhile our debt to GDP ratio is going to grow to over 100%.
                    You sowed the wind, now reap the whirlwind.
                    Last edited by CretinWatcher; 18 July 2016, 10:39.

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                      Anyway got to love you and leave you. Am in Porto looking for a holiday/eventual retirement apartment.

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