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  1. Brexit: The fallout

      a.k.a : we're pissing so much money down the toilet with brexit that we need at least 3 pounds from everyone to pay for Boris' photographer. Boris says he's worth his weight in gold...
  2. Brexit: The fallout

    If I could have voted this time around, after viewing the TV dual yesterday, I'd go for green: https://campaigns.greenparty.org.uk/ Where do we stand on Brexit? Remain from the start Britain's future destiny is cooperation with our European friends and allies as part of Europe.
  3. Brexit: The fallout

      No I f*cking well wouldn't! That proves that he's a f*cking foreigner!! Nazi scumbag!! C*NT!   
  4. Brexit: The fallout

    To give him some credit, he is a genuinely devoted socialist! Although I agree his leadership skills are questionable, I don't think he is anti-semitic; just anti-israel due to their treatment of the palestinians.   HOWEVER, how someone like Diane Abbott got to the high ranks in the party is beyond me! Don't they do aptitude tests or something?
  5. Brexit: The fallout

      can't see Labour reversing the trend unless some major unexpected event takes place over which Boris cocks up...oh, wait a minute! https://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/boris-johnson-says-widespread-flooding-is-not-a-national-emergency-a4282771.html
  6. Brexit: The fallout

    Since the most prominent politicians of recent times seem to be the biggest jokers, could the biggest jokers become the next generations of prominent politicians? Interesting to watch David Mitchell express his reverence of the truth...   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fT2nYGKyqPw  
  7. Brexit: The fallout

      UK politics is well-and-truly f*cked! Just listen to these MPs give their reasons why they can't support the main parties in the election. Utterly shambolic!    https://www.channel4.com/news/he-always-seems-to-back-britains-enemies-former-labour-mp-ian-austin-on-why-he-is-campaigning-against-corbyn
  8. Brexit: The fallout

    @BMurphy seriously, please stop posting here on religion or other non-brexit related topics! 
  9. Brexit: The fallout

      This is classic trolling! I do know better! Please find another blog to troll in. Thanks
  10. Brexit: The fallout

      contradiction in terms!
  11. Brexit: The fallout

    Jesus, he wore a NHS badge whilst accepting his knighthood!  
  12. Brexit: The fallout

      I hope brexit will take place by 31 Oct... I wouldn't want to hear of BoJo being discovered dead in a ditch somewhere off the M25...or would I? 
  13. Brexit: The fallout

    Everyone of us is different. You are who you are based on what you've experienced. This is why freedom of movement is so precious, but unfortunately not inviolable. Viva the EU! 
  14. Brexit: The fallout

      feed him a few kebabs and he'll look like Del Boy
  15. Stock market investing in Germany for dummies

    Revolut is a cool app, and I have used it on trips abroad (US, UK; Croatia, Sweden) and really works well. I also saw that the trading function is available for standard users and was amazed how easy this looks to be. I am considering using it for trading shares, but have some concerns that have prevented me for diving in immediately: Revolut are in the UK...so what happens after a no deal brexit? They say that they have already secured a european banking licence but in some cases a person eg. living and banking in Germany will need to show german nationality documents. It could also be that post-brexit, the money transfer to and from Revolut froman EU account incurs charges. Finally (and of most concern) is that they are not covered by the usual safeguards:  "Unfortunately, the law doesn't allow us to pay you interest, and the money in your account isn't covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme." What do you think? Since I would be most interested in buy-and-hold, the lack of security is a bit worrying...