Article 50/Brexit Negotiations

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  1. smudgedj

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    I can't see it as business investment depends on profits not politics, and once the business lobbyists get on to the European politicians they own, it’ll be the Europeans pushing for a deal for London.

    The ECB has already tried to stop countries from outside the eurozone trading euros, it failed. As you know London is Europe’s financial centre despite not having the euro, even Eurodollar futures are linked to Libor.

    One of the reason London is so successful is because it's outside of mainland Europe and the British legal system is excellent for these types of business. Soon there will be a transaction tax on financial flows, in Europe only, no one wants to pay that, look at Ireland, inside the EU, in the shit because of it's pro-business policies. I look forward to Irexit.
     
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    La Reyne le veult

    As she writes.
     
  3. denislawsbackheel

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    Well no one happily pays tax twice!
     
  4. Len Rum

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    David Davies said yesterday that no economic assessment had been done on the 'no deal' scenario and yet we are told that 'no deal is better than a bad deal'!
    Look at it more closely. If the final deal was that we only got a tariff and non tariff free deal on cars but nothing else then that would be a bad deal, but it would be better than no deal because at least the UK car business would be protected and the jobs that go with it?
    Isn't that right Jeff?
     
  5. Damocles

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    A sense of identity...

    A being...

    How about we all declare ourselves human beings?
     
  6. Damocles

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    Is that foreign for "BACK OFF BRUSSELS!"

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  7. Damocles

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    I do think politics will have a say in the shape of the final deal but I can't look past the idea that these are generally sensible people who aren't going to blow up the Continent economically for the sake of some political leverage.

    My most controversial opinion that I hold is that most politicians are generally doing what they think is best for the people, county or country that they represent
     
  8. BimboBob

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    Anyone here like the Human League?

    A lovely thought. If only people did that instead of fighting over drugs, borders, religion etc etc
     
  9. stony

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    The sooner aliens land the sooner we can all join together and go to war with them instead.
     
  10. BimboBob

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    Anyone here like the Human League?
    Only one's with wazo pairs of top bollocks need turn up though mate. Sick and tired of getting these flat chested one's.
     
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