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    the likelihood is that we’ll both be alive as brexit takes place, QE.

    I think I said before that Mr Death doesn’t not respect age, especially when it comes to cancer etc.

    Anyway, I’m enjoying looking at the chaos gradually descending on the brit countdown as Mrs May gets her knickers in a very bad twist.

    As for what may happen, we’ll have to see.

    Maybe it will all be hunky dory and the economy won’t suffer.

    But you lot took us out of the EU with a successful swindling campaign, without even giving a thought as to what to do if things go wrong.

    let me suggest – rejoin the EU if things go wrong. We won’t have the same privileges we are surrendering, but it’s better being inside the tent when a storm is blowing outside.

    That is my Plan B. What’s yours?

    What are you on about – what storm? It’s just scaremongering nonsense that belongs on a science fiction film. As for plan B, do you have a plan B incase a “storm” blows your house down killing you as you sleep etc etc? We won’t be able to join the EU and you have offered no credible argument why being part of it is beneficial to not being.

    If you are that unhappy ,why not move to an EU country and ask for your remains to be scattered over Brussels as your life is controlled by people who have no affiliation to this country whatsoever.

    Exactly. Scep try not to be such a pesimist. A bit of optimism is needed. Cheer up. It will be fine. Our country managed perfectly well before it was in the blasted eu,and it will manage just fine when its out of it, Have faith. Rule Britannia and all that.🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧 Oh and think of the blue passports. 😉😉😉

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    #1098156

    Brilliant. I,love the ghost ship with the eerie green surrounding it.😂😂😂😂

    #1098165

    I dont think much of Brexit whatever way things go related to currupted olygarchy or and just ceos etc, there wud be some bs about whatever decision they make, like unrelated topic maybe, like hyperthacally the gov cud say yes will will give free pass for people to use on transport then they wud prob put tax up or something, there dont seem to be good without the bad like yin and yang.

    #1098166

    @draculina  is that the new purge movie, I wish that happens u know just the house of twats with david twatman and nick pleb being abolished like the other bad people in there world, also for the bookatwat palace etc.

    #1098168

    There should be a purge in jc JN… a few need executing

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    #1098174

    lets look at it logically

    we need trade as established we have 27 other nations not bothered if they trade with us as they got 27 nations between them to do trade with

    so china don’t really need us as they can export steel to any country they feel like

    america just proved they dont care by slapping on tariffs on goods

    japan again don’t need us they have chinese market they have american market and they have the eu

    so think like this if your japan china or america or even india you have a choice do you sell to 27 nations combined or to 1

    then your those other 27 nations which market you gonna choose britain or the bigger markets

    but i will thank all the brexit voters for my lovely new irish passport so it wasn’t a total disaster i now have dual citizenship

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    #1098177

    Have you heard of any major economy desperate not to trade with us… course you havent

    Of course the ‘rest’ of the world economy will happily trade with the UK, the worlds 5th/6th largest economy and there is a specific reason why the EU neo liberal cartel heavily subsidizes EU agriculture and has high import tariffs on non EU agriculture, it does it because it can’t compete on a level playing field.

    Again, two people easily led up the garden path.

    On the simple point of world trade, paigey is absolutely right.

    We trade with other countries whether we’re in the EU or not. Deals have been made in China, South America etc by all the EU countries, being in or out isn’t going to stop trading.

    That’s why the UK economy won’t collapse when we leave, though with the way brexit is being totally bolloxed up I wouldn’t bet on that.

    The point is not trade, but trade deals. It’s the terms of trade. There is no level playing field – everything depends on the terms of trade.

    If the terms of trade are bad – eg a predatory USA drives a tough trade deal against a  weakened UK, then we as UK customers are worse off.

    The EU is a trading arrangement. It’s full of weaknesses, needs reforming badly, but in the end it’s a trading arrangement. Brits have never really wanted anything more than that.

    Leave it, and you have to strike new trade deals or you’re in trouble.

    With Brexit being bolloxed – hence the countdown – you’re in deep trouble.

     

    #1098178

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    Have you heard of any major economy desperate not to trade with us… course you havent

    Of course the ‘rest’ of the world economy will happily trade with the UK, the worlds 5th/6th largest economy and there is a specific reason why the EU neo liberal cartel heavily subsidizes EU agriculture and has high import tariffs on non EU agriculture, it does it because it can’t compete on a level playing field.

    Again, two people easily led up the garden path.

    On the simple point of world trade, paigey is absolutely right.

    We trade with other countries whether we’re in the EU or not. Deals have been made in China, South America etc by all the EU countries, being in or out isn’t going to stop trading.

    That’s why the UK economy won’t collapse when we leave, though with the way brexit is being totally bolloxed up I wouldn’t bet on that.

    The point is not trade, but trade deals. It’s the terms of trade. There is no level playing field – everything depends on the terms of trade.

    If the terms of trade are bad – eg a predatory USA drives a tough trade deal against a weakened UK, then we as UK customers are worse off.

    The EU is a trading arrangement. It’s full of weaknesses, needs reforming badly, but in the end it’s a trading arrangement. Brits have never really wanted anything more than that.

    Leave it, and you have to strike new trade deals or you’re in trouble.

    With Brexit being bolloxed – hence the countdown – you’re in deep trouble.

    I am not in deep trouble at all. I understand how the global economy works, unlike you.

    You just keep churning out the same old lines you read on your dodgy liberal sites and have done ever since Brexit. Just an excuse for you to preen and strut around like a Peacock. Ultimately though your arrogance is your undoing, you haven’t persuaded one single person to change their mind.

    It is just not statistically possible that everyone else is stupid, except for you.

     

    You bore.

     

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    #1098186

    [email protected] movie…….main point of this movie is that for one night every one is free to commit crime……some one like to estimate the cost of the clean up operation the next day?

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