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garethwrexy
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Dec 4, 2016, 2:59 PM

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The sooner we leave the eu the better



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jon b
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Now that's the sort of Brains Trust that would get us a wonderful deal with the EU Shocked

For some reason it reminds me of our two year old granddaughter who we took on the Peak Rail Santa Steam Special yesterday. We have to explain things very slowly and gently to her. Tongue


acmold
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The sooner we leave the eu the better


Why?.


Ronsdog
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Why?.


So we all know what fudge has been arrived at.

Associate Membership most probably.


acmold
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Dec 5, 2016, 9:41 AM

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I was more interested to hear Gareth's reasons were now (we know Brexit whatever it is will not be what anyone thought) one of his original reasons was Welsh jobs should be for locals only, but it was pointed out by another poster that he is not Welsh so his reason would actually make him unemployed.


Isaac
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The sooner we leave the eu the better


Indeed!


garethwrexy
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Dec 5, 2016, 11:14 AM

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This country will do well out of the eu will still get trade deals



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PaulC
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Dec 5, 2016, 11:52 AM

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This country will do well out of the eu will still get trade deals


Yippee! Perhaps you could help HMG with the negotiations.


jrev61
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Dec 5, 2016, 1:25 PM

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Yippee! Perhaps you could help HMG with the negotiations.


He'd be about as much use as Farage!


Part-Timer
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Dec 5, 2016, 2:19 PM

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Now that's the sort of Brains Trust that would get us a wonderful deal with the EU Shocked

For some reason it reminds me of our two year old granddaughter who we took on the Peak Rail Santa Steam Special yesterday. We have to explain things very slowly and gently to her. Tongue

All our economic woes would be over if we could negotiate a good price with the EU for our mountain of unnecessary apostrophes.


PaulC
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Dec 5, 2016, 5:12 PM

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Now that's the sort of Brains Trust that would get us a wonderful deal with the EU Shocked


Keep the Grocer's apostrophe British.


garethwrexy
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Dec 5, 2016, 8:30 PM

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Leaving the eu could be the best thing to ever happen to the uk



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paulh66
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Dec 5, 2016, 8:41 PM

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Leaving the eu could be the best thing to ever happen to the uk


No. The best thing ever to happen to the UK was winning the double outright in 1981 - Jeux Sans Frontieres and the Eurovision Song Contest.


Chris1963
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No. The best thing ever to happen to the UK was winning the double outright in 1981 - Jeux Sans Frontieres and the Eurovision Song Contest.


Ah, yes, "It's a Knockout" as Jeux sans Frontieres was known in the UK (I have no idea why they did not use a more literal translation) although what sticks in my mind is the domestic ones with towns like Redcar and Charnock Richard taking part - these are places which have decent senior football teams today but didn't in the 1970''s and 1980's.


paulh66
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Indeed. And who can forget Ely being crowned Champions of Europe in 1973?


buncranaboy
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Leaving the eu could be the best thing to ever happen to the uk

Yep; done the pound a ton of good against other currencies - one fifth of it's value gone so far. So that's obviously not the reason you think it's the best thing - what do you think will be the benefits?


007Dale
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Dec 5, 2016, 9:09 PM

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Leaving the eu could be the best thing to ever happen to the uk

Yep; done the pound a ton of good against other currencies - one fifth of it's value gone so far. So that's obviously not the reason you think it's the best thing - what do you think will be the benefits?

That in itself is not a disaster - better for our exporters. Yes, imports go up, but a bit of inflation won't be horrendous, may lead to the much needed interest rate rise.


Chris1963
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Dec 5, 2016, 9:28 PM

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One thing many people don't seem to have realised is that if the UK leaves the EU and then does so badly economically that if it is forced to reapply for membership some years later, it will have to sign up for the single currency, as all future applicants now have to do. So those who voted to leave could well find themselves having to pay for everything in euros about 20 years from now. Perhaps not a particularly likely scenario, but I'll be laughing my socks off if this does happen!


garethwrexy
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It's project fear again the uk economy isn't going to fall apart if we leave the uk may get stronge as a country



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kirby knitters
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Dec 5, 2016, 9:56 PM

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It's project fear again the uk economy isn't going to fall apart if we leave the uk may get stronge as a country

I have no fears whatsoever for the future WHEN we depart the EU.

As for us being stronger as a country ? Why not though we could end up splitting up with one former member on the 's and i'd laugh my socks off.


Fanatic
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Dec 5, 2016, 10:20 PM

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Leaving the eu could be the best thing to ever happen to the uk

Yep; done the pound a ton of good against other currencies - one fifth of it's value gone so far. So that's obviously not the reason you think it's the best thing - what do you think will be the benefits?

That in itself is not a disaster - better for our exporters. Yes, imports go up, but a bit of inflation won't be horrendous, may lead to the much needed interest rate rise.


It's very problematic for us as a country because we export very little, as a result, have the worst trade deficit amongst western economies. At least in the short term, our economy will be the more damaged than almost any other by having a weak currency.

This may stimulate domestic manufacturing in the long-run, but this is also dependent on government investment, which is not terribly likely under the current lot.


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Fanatic
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It's project fear again the uk economy isn't going to fall apart if we leave the uk may get stronge as a country


How do you know? It was scaremongering to say that the economy would collapse, but it was equally dishonest by the other side to say it would strengthen the economy.

Maybe you could also answer the question about why you think things will be better outside the EU?


Richard Rundle
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Dec 6, 2016, 7:32 AM

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That in itself is not a disaster - better for our exporters. Yes, imports go up, but a bit of inflation won't be horrendous, may lead to the much needed interest rate rise.


An interest rate rise isn't much needed in my eyes, the period of low interest rate stability has allowed business to avoid boom and bust economics since the 2008 crash.

The vote to leave the EU will, in my opinion, be the biggest mistake the UK makes in my lifetime, but the people have voted and we have to go through with it. Let's hope the Government make the decisions on the exit in the best interest of the economy, not the politicians.

We're already seeing indications that investment in UK infrastructure, post leaving he EU, will be more London-centric than before, yet the rural regions were more pro-leave and London was pro-remain.


acmold
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Dec 6, 2016, 9:40 AM

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My biggest fear with Brexit is the rich will get richer and the poor will get poorer. The EU funding which was going to the poorer areas will be redirected elsewhere. Employment rights will be eroded and people will be forced into low paid jobs and benefits will be cut. Bottom line the unemployed take the jobs the EU workers currently do as no one wanted them in the first place, if you don't take them no benefits. Back breaking work harvesting fruit and veg or no money. The only growth in England will be from London via an area from the M4 to the A1 stopping at Leeds & Manchester.


BigJR
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Dec 6, 2016, 6:01 PM

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And so the Brexit saga goes on and on and on and on and on.

Now we have the High Court saga over Parliaments responsibility. WHY ? A majority voted OUT and OUT means OUT. That's democracy !

We are heading for this countrys second English civil !

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