Brexit: The fallout

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1 hour ago, murphaph said:

He's a twat but he managed to con millions including a few on here. He's good at what he does. 

 

Ah, that explains why those posters are now so adamantly against him. :lol:

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Has anyone else seen any tweets or news in which someone form the UK government is referring to the 'UK internal market'.. (I saw one form Redwood but that could be fake).

Wouldn't that make Scotland a sovereign country and well within it's rights to be independent?

I don't think the use of that term has been thought through...

 

 

 

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Lord Hannan of absolutely nobody is talking about threatening our place in the single market will make a fine peer I'm sure lol. 

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9 minutes ago, murphaph said:

Lord Hannan of absolutely nobody is talking about threatening our place in the single market will make a fine peer I'm sure lol. 

Funny how he did a 180 on the lords when there was cash and a job for life in it for him.

 

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True to leaver form I suppose. Leavers seem to fall into one of two categories: Con men (and women) or useful idiots who can be spoon fed Brexit flavoured poo and consume it with gusto.

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On 25/01/2021, 21:22:42, Sir Percy B said:

It applies to all online Mastercard transactions with a UK Mastercard

 

I wonder how this will work when the transaction goes through something like a Curve card, since in stores the Curve card never seems to prompt making the payment in GBP unlike other UK cards, so does Curve not identify itself as a UK card?

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2 hours ago, Lorelei said:

 

Making Daniel Hannan a Lord is an absolute disgrace. 

 

This is the person who goes on to Fox News saying that the NHS was post-war velvet socialism that was only intended to be a temporary measure, and that the US system is the best example of real conservatism and Thatcher free-market ideals. 

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1 minute ago, Mackle said:

Thatcher free-market ideals. 

Did she not say something along the lines of  "The NHS is safe in our hands" ?

 

I think the reason Tory minds have changed on it is because they now have nothing else to sell to fund their tax cuts.

British Gas,BR,Council Houses have all been sold and the money appears to have been pissed up the wall and now the govt needs a cash injection from somewhere but the cupboard is bare.

 

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Just now, Keleth said:

British Gas,BR,Council Houses have all been sold and the money appears to have been pissed up the wall and now the govt needs a cash injection from somewhere but the cupboard is bare.

 

 

Well if the worst comes to the worst, and cash is life or death, there are always the school playing fields I guess...

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9 minutes ago, Mackle said:

 

Well if the worst comes to the worst, and cash is life or death, there are always the school playing fields I guess...

Too late. Very many have already been sold off so that schools can make ends meet after all the budget cuts.

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22 minutes ago, Keleth said:

Did she not say something along the lines of  "The NHS is safe in our hands" ?

 

I think the reason Tory minds have changed on it is because they now have nothing else to sell to fund their tax cuts.

British Gas,BR,Council Houses have all been sold and the money appears to have been pissed up the wall and now the govt needs a cash injection from somewhere but the cupboard is bare.

 

There is the issue of transnational companies as well with their shifting around paperwork using their advisors to avoid tax. This is also a major issue. 
A few billion here and there.

Sample research:

 

 

https://theconversation.com/how-multinationals-continue-to-avoid-paying-hundreds-of-billions-of-dollars-in-tax-new-research-124323

 

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I suppose we miss the point, BREXIT would free all those lazy, fat gits in the UK to work hard and soon produce the best economy in the world.

 

Or did I miss something like the BREXITERS just told lies

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42 minutes ago, Feierabend said:

Too late. Very many have already been sold off so that schools can make ends meet after all the budget cuts.

 

40 minutes ago, Keleth said:

 

 

Sorry, I was attempting sarcasm but instead I fell totally flat on to my face :lol:  I maybe I should have said something like "they could always stop giving children a pint of milk a day at school..." :P

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3 hours ago, cb6dba said:

Has anyone else seen any tweets or news in which someone form the UK government is referring to the 'UK internal market'.. (I saw one form Redwood but that could be fake).

Wouldn't that make Scotland a sovereign country and well within it's rights to be independent?

I don't think the use of that term has been thought through...

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Mackle said:

Sorry, I was attempting sarcasm but instead I fell totally flat on to my face :lol:  I maybe I should have said something like "they could always stop giving children a pint of milk a day at school..." :P

Yer sarcasm is hard to put across in writing.

I usually put a ;) after it it seems to help.

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Sometimes you have to use a big gun to show that a remark is sarcastic.

Something like this usually gets attention:

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