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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 miltiades » Sun Oct 20, 2019 11:45 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%

A flagrant display of stupidity as well as ....consistency !!!
Didn't you wished us all goodbye General?
Just when I thought that we would not be seeing more shit from you you come back with absurdities beyond comparison, or should I say more diarrheatic crap !!
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Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby Lordo » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:15 pm

having called for an urgent debate on saturday, he withdrew the voting when he found outthat there was an amendment by letwin. today he said he would klike to debate the same thing so long as everybody promises not to add any ammendments. but unfortunately the hero of the hour has told him he cannot have the same debate twice, it's against the rules. so on they go with scrutanising the deal which he has not published as yet. presumably he will publish the damn thing so the mps can see what is in it.

by the end of the week if the bill is not passed extension will be given. what's the chance of a bill going through parliament in 4 days.

s othe show is about to start.
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Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby B25 » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:31 pm

What is also against the rules is the traitor Bercow visiting the EU for secret talks. It was not an impartial decision but one of conflict of interest. He should not have been allowed to rule on this.
Just goes to show how fucked up their system is.
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Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby Lordo » Mon Oct 21, 2019 9:20 pm

B25 wrote:What is also against the rules is the traitor Bercow visiting the EU for secret talks. It was not an impartial decision but one of conflict of interest. He should not have been allowed to rule on this.
Just goes to show how fucked up their system is.

don't be stupid. he is applying the rules. if anybody is b'stard who used parliament like a school playground to get his way. he will go down in history as the worst pm ever.

you still cannot explain why they asked for a debate but decided not to vote and today they asked for the same debate to have a vote.
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Re: Johnson / EU exit deal

Postby Lordo » Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:04 pm

well there you have it folks. government is refusing to do an economic assesment of this agreement but amber rudd thinks it wil hurt us 4 to 6% per year.

no wonder he does not want to make an assesment.

https://www.facebook.com/GlasgowForCorbyn/videos/490910831516408/
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