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Previously on "Dublin and Frankfurt main beneficiaries of Brexit so far"

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  • AtW
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    Originally posted by GJABS View Post
    As "Brexit" means they are staying in, I hardly see that as beneficial to those two cities, culturally or financially.
    Culturally they'll have scooterscot, and financially they'll have half the City each.

    HTH

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  • GJABS
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    As "Brexit" means they are staying in, I hardly see that as beneficial to those two cities, culturally or financially.

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  • AtW
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  • Dublin and Frankfurt main beneficiaries of Brexit so far

    https://uk.yahoo.com/finance/news/du...150939074.html

    And that's just finance. This is fun

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