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bcworld Jun 24th 2016 7:19 am

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Originally Posted by EMR (Post 11982362)
The pound down to E1.22 and $1.34..
We have voted and now have to face the consequences.

FTSE futures -10%.

markonline1 Jun 24th 2016 7:20 am

re: Post EU Referendum
 

Originally Posted by EMR (Post 11982362)
The pound down to E1.22 and $1.34..
We have voted and now have to face the consequences.

I suspect there will be far greater consequences than a shit exchange rate. Still, when you make your bed, you then have to lie in it.

iano Jun 24th 2016 7:21 am

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Originally Posted by Red Eric (Post 11982281)
I expect Wolfie's sharpening his teeth right now.

Yes, it's going to be very 'interesting' to see the reaction from our former partners.

Gove is being put forward as Chief Negotiator.

Vexcore Jun 24th 2016 7:25 am

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common sense prevails!

:-)

CAMERON IS FINISHED

Red Eric Jun 24th 2016 7:36 am

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Originally Posted by iano (Post 11982369)
Gove is being put forward as Chief Negotiator.

Christ.

Dick Dasterdly Jun 24th 2016 8:07 am

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Originally Posted by Red Eric (Post 11982385)
Christ.

Could anybody be more useless than Cameron has proved himself to be ?

TGA Jun 24th 2016 8:28 am

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Dave resigned. Just shows what a weak treacherous bastard he is.

paulry Jun 24th 2016 9:14 am

re: Post EU Referendum
 

Originally Posted by EMR (Post 11981512)
We are sitting in the Portuguese sunshine, golf this afternoon, no tv we have had enough.
Remain votes cast.
Tomorrow I will either be miserable but a bit wealthier. If we Remain I will be happy and who cares about anything else.
Nige will be pleased as he can stay on the Euro gravy train for a the indefinite future.


It's a bright shiny new day in the UK, everything fresh sunny and clean after the rains. What a perfect day for the UK to wake up to such good news

:cool:

:britflag:

paulry Jun 24th 2016 9:19 am

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Originally Posted by TGA (Post 11982432)
Dave resigned. Just shows what a weak treacherous bastard he is.

He did the right thing to resign. Question is who should take his place? Would be good to have Dan Hannan or Michael Gove.

mikelincs Jun 24th 2016 9:22 am

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Originally Posted by TGA (Post 11982432)
Dave resigned. Just shows what a weak treacherous bastard he is.

I don't really think he had any choice, he backed the remain group, in fact led it, and parts of the UK disagreed to the extent that the remain people lost. So as leader he had to fall on his sword and go. I suspect that either Gove or Boris will take over. I can't see any treachery involved.

Fredbargate Jun 24th 2016 9:51 am

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From tother thread


Originally Posted by Fredbargate (Post 11982517)
Amongst the first people to feel the difference in exchange rates will be the thousands of Spaniards and other frontier workers who work in Gibraltar and change their £s into €s after being paid today.


Dick Dasterdly Jun 24th 2016 9:55 am

re: Post EU Referendum
 

Originally Posted by mikelincs (Post 11982490)
I don't really think he had any choice, he backed the remain group, in fact led it, and parts of the UK disagreed to the extent that the remain people lost. So as leader he had to fall on his sword and go. I suspect that either Gove or Boris will take over. I can't see any treachery involved.

His campaign of deceit lies and unfounded fearmongering against his own country, was treachery in itself.
Though in fairness that was the weakness of the whole remain campaign as they never yet put forward a credible reason for staying in.

Vexcore Jun 24th 2016 10:47 am

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The main reason the remain campaign is in such shock and distributing tantrums all over the UK, is because they honestly believed that the majority wouldn't have the courage to vote leave, as it was 'safer' to remain in. Well, looks like the British have showed how unpredictable they really are, and how much they stand with the country their ancestors built and to pass on British culture to the next generations. I hope the 27 countries left in the EU get their own referendum vote, and a chance to go independent. Every country deserves a say in the way their country is run. It's not that we are against immigration or any other EU country and its people. We had to save our culture and the future of the U.K for the next generations of Brits. We wanted to govern our own rules that suit to our lifestyle. The pound may have fallen in just 4 hours, but let's look back at it in 4 years and see where we are. Sometimes in order to better yourself, you have to go it alone or you don't grow simple as.


WELL DONE TO EVERYONE THAT VOTED LEAVE.

mikelincs Jun 24th 2016 10:53 am

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The major problem that I forseee is that the UK negotiators will have to do something to protect the single market for our manufacturers etc. and that will mean joining the EEA, which in turn means accepting the 'freedom of movement' which has been the major thrust of the 'leavers' by telling people that leaving the EU will solve the migration problems that the UK is purported to have.

Vexcore Jun 24th 2016 10:55 am

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Originally Posted by mikelincs (Post 11982605)
The major problem that I forseee is that the UK negotiators will have to do something to protect the single market for our manufacturers etc. and that will mean joining the EEA, which in turn means accepting the 'freedom of movement' which has been the major thrust of the 'leavers' by telling people that leaving the EU will solve the migration problems that the UK is purported to have.

That better not happen, if it does? i sense a massive civil war on the rise riots n shit.


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