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Do you support the Johnson / EU exit deal ?

Poll ended at Sat Oct 19, 2019 10:18 pm
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yes
5
83%
 
cyprusgrump, erolz66, Paphitis, Pyrpolizer, RichardB
no
1
17%
 
Lordo
 
Total votes : 6

Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby Londonrake » Fri Oct 18, 2019 9:14 pm

No, no! There will be a 10% decrease in UK GDP in the first year! Didn't you know? :wink:
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Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby Lordo » Fri Oct 18, 2019 10:39 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:Some academics already published a study. Surprisingly the rest of EU [RoEU] will suffer a -0.6 to -0.7% on Income per Capita either with May's deal or BJ's deal. It will be insignificant to Greece though, and I guess the same would be for Cyprus

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Good luck with that!

If it includes the thirteen billion Pounds the UK will not be sending to the EU and the thirteen billion Pounds the EU will not be receiving from the UK then all well and good... No reason for us not to leave then! :lol:

it will also include 4 billion a month in tarrifs and formalities implementing trade under wto too

you stupid boy.
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Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby Pyrpolizer » Fri Oct 18, 2019 10:50 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:Some academics already published a study. Surprisingly the rest of EU [RoEU] will suffer a -0.6 to -0.7% on Income per Capita either with May's deal or BJ's deal. It will be insignificant to Greece though, and I guess the same would be for Cyprus

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Good luck with that!

If it includes the thirteen billion Pounds the UK will not be sending to the EU and the thirteen billion Pounds the EU will not be receiving from the UK then all well and good... No reason for us not to leave then! :lol:


So you prefer not paying 13 billion just to decrease your income per capita by 2.5% rather than paying it and have an increase of 1.3%.
This looks to me like a 3.8% loss on your 2.62 trillion which equals to 99.6 billion net loss. Splendid ! :lol: :lol: :lol:
May you have more savings in the years after. :mrgreen:
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Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby erolz66 » Sat Oct 19, 2019 6:44 am

Londonrake wrote:No, no! There will be a 10% decrease in UK GDP in the first year! Didn't you know? :wink:


I still do not know your opinion, your identity, on the deal, which was the topic and point of this thread / poll. I still do not know if you think this deal represents "what you voted for", represents really leaving the EU or not. If you are 'with' the daily mail or with fararge and widdecom on this ? Your little quips are all well and fine but could you just state what you think perhaps ? As someone who tries to paint a picture of themselves as 'sticking to the fundamentals' and is just 'right', I do wonder why you appear to not be willing to just say ?
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Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby Londonrake » Sat Oct 19, 2019 9:13 am

erolz66 wrote:
Londonrake wrote:No, no! There will be a 10% decrease in UK GDP in the first year! Didn't you know? :wink:


I still do not know your opinion, your identity, on the deal, which was the topic and point of this thread / poll. I still do not know if you think this deal represents "what you voted for", represents really leaving the EU or not. If you are 'with' the daily mail or with fararge and widdecom on this ? Your little quips are all well and fine but could you just state what you think perhaps ? As someone who tries to paint a picture of themselves as 'sticking to the fundamentals' and is just 'right', I do wonder why you appear to not be willing to just say ?


Like everybody else, I’ve no idea whether it will pass or not. Having trawled through the entrails though it strikes me that if it does we will still have to go through this whole process again in 12 months or so. That, unless Johnson subsequently gets a healthy parliamentary majority, coupled with significant economic problems in Europe. The latter seems certain, given global events. The former, IMHO’s, a strong possibility but .............a week's a long time in................

I don't tend to read the DM. I gave it up in disgust when they stopped printing Peanuts. :wink:
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Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sat Oct 19, 2019 11:00 am

But hold on for a minute. It's not only the UK who's going to suffer a loss nearly 8 times more than they were supposed to save for their NHS.
That's nearly 2 billion per week loss.

How about Germany who was expected to have a zero to minus 0.2% growth dropping down to minus 0.7% with Brexit?
3.67 trillion times 0.7%=25.7 billion.Hmm.. not bad. Actually great. Everybody who harmed us for peanuts. is going to pay multiple upon multiple times more!What a lovely day just thinking BJ's deal would pass.
Come on BOJO bring us the joyful news. I will then light a candle for your mother's soul.

Now I am expecting someone with non monolithic brain, which by definition excludes those who wear a uniform at work, to explain us why the Irish Republic consented to Bojo's deal. What's the hidden trick? :wink: :?:
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Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby Lordo » Sat Oct 19, 2019 6:43 pm

it seems even he does not support it.

He was supposed to put it to the vote and he refused.

what a plonker.

some pibol paid childcare to attend for today. could it not wait for monday?

i wonder why?
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Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby Paphitis » Sun Oct 20, 2019 3:27 am

Pyrpolizer wrote:Some academics already published a study. Surprisingly the rest of EU [RoEU] will suffer a -0.6 to -0.7% on Income per Capita either with May's deal or BJ's deal. It will be insignificant to Greece though, and I guess the same would be for Cyprus

Brexit Income per capita.PNG


That's laughable.

Look Pyro, if you want to believe in that Pigs can fly, then that's your business.
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Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby Paphitis » Sun Oct 20, 2019 3:30 am

Pyrpolizer wrote:
cyprusgrump wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:Some academics already published a study. Surprisingly the rest of EU [RoEU] will suffer a -0.6 to -0.7% on Income per Capita either with May's deal or BJ's deal. It will be insignificant to Greece though, and I guess the same would be for Cyprus

Brexit Income per capita.PNG



Good luck with that!

If it includes the thirteen billion Pounds the UK will not be sending to the EU and the thirteen billion Pounds the EU will not be receiving from the UK then all well and good... No reason for us not to leave then! :lol:


So you prefer not paying 13 billion just to decrease your income per capita by 2.5% rather than paying it and have an increase of 1.3%.
This looks to me like a 3.8% loss on your 2.62 trillion which equals to 99.6 billion net loss. Splendid ! :lol: :lol: :lol:
May you have more savings in the years after. :mrgreen:


It's total nonsense Pyro.

Britain actually has much greater chance to outperform the EU because even if they trade under WTO, they will outperform the EU just like all the other WTO nations in North America, Asia, Australasia, Pacific Rim, Africa and Middle East and Eurasia.

It will be the Erozone growing at 0.3% whilst Britain will grown at between 1.5% to 3.0%
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Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sun Oct 20, 2019 10:43 am

Paphitis wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
cyprusgrump wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:Some academics already published a study. Surprisingly the rest of EU [RoEU] will suffer a -0.6 to -0.7% on Income per Capita either with May's deal or BJ's deal. It will be insignificant to Greece though, and I guess the same would be for Cyprus

Brexit Income per capita.PNG



Good luck with that!

If it includes the thirteen billion Pounds the UK will not be sending to the EU and the thirteen billion Pounds the EU will not be receiving from the UK then all well and good... No reason for us not to leave then! :lol:


So you prefer not paying 13 billion just to decrease your income per capita by 2.5% rather than paying it and have an increase of 1.3%.
This looks to me like a 3.8% loss on your 2.62 trillion which equals to 99.6 billion net loss. Splendid ! :lol: :lol: :lol:
May you have more savings in the years after. :mrgreen:


It's total nonsense Pyro.

Britain actually has much greater chance to outperform the EU because even if they trade under WTO, they will outperform the EU just like all the other WTO nations in North America, Asia, Australasia, Pacific Rim, Africa and Middle East and Eurasia.

It will be the Erozone growing at 0.3% whilst Britain will grown at between 1.5% to 3.0%


What's your evidence that the UK will outperform the EU ??
Dreams don't count. :P
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