Brexit means?

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JimDuffyLFC
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Re: Brexit means?

Postby JimDuffyLFC » Sat Jan 07, 2017 5:47 pm

Isn't he a DJ these days?
A bit of a step down from being Brexits God. :lol:

Les A
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Re: Brexit means?

Postby Les A » Tue Jan 10, 2017 1:30 pm

The UK has slipped down to 6th richest economy from 5th since the Brexit vote. Could be relegated soon unless Mrs May stops dithering.

Mrs Nelson
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Re: Brexit means?

Postby Mrs Nelson » Tue Jan 10, 2017 2:48 pm

Sheff_Blade wrote:
Mrs Nelson wrote:It's really easy to have a good economy, you cut spending to essential services, you get everyone working as cheap as possible keeping exports and profit making viable.


I didn't realise you were such an economic wizard! But why are Spain and Greece still in such a mess? Perhaps you're still an apprentice.



I'm not talking about Spain or Greece, I'm talking about the U.K. And the stale argument that Labour always inherit a shed load of cash when they take power from the tories, it's because they save money by not spending any,

Re Greece and Spain, you tell me, can you have a bank full of money when loans are bigger than GDP


John what do you know about why people vote, The music circuit doesn't need a tribute to mystic meg thanks.

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Re: Brexit means?

Postby Kinchy » Tue Jan 10, 2017 7:40 pm

John what do you know about why people vote, The music circuit doesn't need a tribute to mystic meg

Well sorry kev but that question could be rebounded straight back at yourself could it not?
Many people vote for many differing things, and unless they are asked then no one will ever really know the reasonings for their vote.

Also can you tell us when did the Conservatives inherit any cash from a previous Labour administration?
The General Election of 2010 revealed the profligate spending of New Labour. The only thing "new" was that they had the lying spin doctors in the likes of Campbell and that toadying slime ball called Blair.
Remember that infamous note "sorry old boy, there's no money left" :roll:

JimDuffyLFC
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Re: Brexit means?

Postby JimDuffyLFC » Tue Jan 10, 2017 7:47 pm

Urban myth!
Some people will believe anything.
Even something as ridiculous as £350 million a week extra for the NHS.

Hands up who believes that now.

I can wait :lol:

Mrs Nelson
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Re: Brexit means?

Postby Mrs Nelson » Tue Jan 10, 2017 10:26 pm

Kinchy wrote:John what do you know about why people vote, The music circuit doesn't need a tribute to mystic meg

Well sorry kev but that question could be rebounded straight back at yourself could it not?
Many people vote for many differing things, and unless they are asked then no one will ever really know the reasonings for their vote.

Also can you tell us when did the Conservatives inherit any cash from a previous Labour administration?
The General Election of 2010 revealed the profligate spending of New Labour. The only thing "new" was that they had the lying spin doctors in the likes of Campbell and that toadying slime ball called Blair.
Remember that infamous note "sorry old boy, there's no money left" :roll:



Sorry but brandyboys comment is unfounded and borderline sycophantic, and a bit silly considering nobody knew what Brexit was before they opposed or embraced it, something you can't say about our 40 years in the eu.

I told john that I couldn't vote in the referendum yet indicated how I would vote and why, seems like he knows more about me than I do ?


You won't get any remoaners on here,including mrs nelson, to say why they voted / want the UK to stay in the EU, with as much clarity and honesty as your comment, because they don't know. :D

They voted / want the same old, same old. Ask them what it is and they wouldn't be able to tell you, but rather slag off people who voted out.

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valenciasman

Re: Brexit means?

Postby valenciasman » Tue Jan 10, 2017 10:32 pm

Sorry Mrs Nelson, time for your bed, too much drink I think. I can't make head or tail of what you are saying.

JimDuffyLFC
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Re: Brexit means?

Postby JimDuffyLFC » Tue Jan 10, 2017 11:23 pm

Really!
Are you Chinese?
I understood it easily enough.

valenciasman

Re: Brexit means?

Postby valenciasman » Tue Jan 10, 2017 11:27 pm

Yes, chinese

JimDuffyLFC
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Re: Brexit means?

Postby JimDuffyLFC » Tue Jan 10, 2017 11:34 pm

I'll have 27,34,66 with egg fried rice.

Kinchy
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Re: Brexit means?

Postby Kinchy » Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:40 pm

Even something as ridiculous as £350 million a week extra for the NHS.

Hands up who believes that now.

Yes it was a ridiculous and inept stunt, and I did not believe it because the figures were not accurate. I seem to recall an earlier poster putting on the forum that the NETT cost after rebates was in the region of £160 million a week.
Now that still is an enormous amount of UK taxpayer money, and it goes to whom ? The overpaid,over pensioned, egotistical bureaucrats of Brussels and Strasbourg.
IF only 25% of that £160 million (£40 million) per week lets not forget, was pumped straight back to the NHS then quite a few of the cash strapped trusts would be able to provide the service that the NHS was intended to do.

Hands up also all those that believed that the economy would lurch into a recession, and all UK taxpayers were going to have to pay an extra 2% Income Tax.
Hands up all those that believed that leaving the EU would cost each and every household in the UK an extra £4,200 per annum
Hands up all those that believed that UK Exports would come to an abrupt stop
Hands up all those that believed that the UK would be "at the back of the queue" when it came to trade with the USA

I can wait

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Re: Brexit means?

Postby Kinchy » Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:54 pm

Sorry but brandyboys comment is unfounded and borderline sycophantic, and a bit silly considering nobody knew what Brexit was before they opposed or embraced it, something you can't say about our 40 years in the eu.

Well I cannot agree with you from a personal point of view because I saw in my opinion justifiable reason to vote to leave and I have already expressed those reasons on this forum ( but not all of them).

So, taking your final point, can you tell me what the EU has done to benefit the health wealth and well being of the UK, and what other noticeable achievements has there been from the EU for the UK and the world at large.
Without me actually knowing the year on year nett costs of the UK membership of the EU in all its guises, let us as a hyperthetical figure say £5 billion per annum x 40 = £200 billion.Thats an awful lot of houses hospitals, nurses doctors, ambulances and crews, fire fighters police officers and schools is it not ?

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Re: Brexit means?

Postby Sheff_Blade » Wed Jan 11, 2017 2:17 pm

Mrs Nelson wrote:
Sheff_Blade wrote:
Mrs Nelson wrote:It's really easy to have a good economy, you cut spending to essential services, you get everyone working as cheap as possible keeping exports and profit making viable.


I didn't realise you were such an economic wizard! But why are Spain and Greece still in such a mess? Perhaps you're still an apprentice.



I'm not talking about Spain or Greece, I'm talking about the U.K. And the stale argument that Labour always inherit a shed load of cash when they take power from the tories, it's because they save money by not spending any,

Re Greece and Spain, you tell me, can you have a bank full of money when loans are bigger than GDP


More utter cr@p! You didn't say you were talking about the UK and you're usual crass, over-generalisation states that it's easy to have a good economy. As to the stale argument, you brought that up not me; Freudian slip?

And the answer to your question is that yes, you can have a bank full of money and a huge debt. Greece has a huge debt but the Spanish debt is comparable to the UK debt, so once again, your simplistic economic logic falls down.

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Re: Brexit means?

Postby JimDuffyLFC » Wed Jan 11, 2017 2:33 pm

Hands up who believed the pound would fall by 15% in one fell swoop?

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Re: Brexit means?

Postby Mrs Nelson » Wed Jan 11, 2017 3:28 pm

Sorry kinchy but brandyboy was being a bit crawly bum lick wasn't he ?


Well I can only Speak from personal experience of being in Europe, at present I like being able to travel around working freely having the security that if anything happens me and my family can use the health service of whatever country I'm in without any problems, in the past back in Liverpool my employer decided to reevaluate our terms and conditions and we agreed to it as long as we were treated under the European rules of the times, we came out of the process with a huge pay rise and a 12 hour cut to our working week.

I'm not going to comment about the cost of membership because I see how much Liverpool has flourished due to money from Europe, apart from hesseltits trees our city was abandoned in the past and I think without Europe it would be a crap hole.

So if I could have voted better the devil you know or magical mystery tour, I'm afraid I would have been with Kylie.

Hands up who likes Kylie, even though she old lady now

:lol:


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