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amideislas Dec 22nd 2016 8:43 am

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Originally Posted by TGA (Post 12133754)
Just accept it, Britain is booming despite the project fears predictions of what would happen if we voted out. Businesses want to be here, countries want to trade with us..... despite knowing we are leaving the EU.

Just accept emr .. relax and accept;)

Let's see what happens if the UK leaves the EU.

EMR Dec 22nd 2016 9:11 am

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Originally Posted by amideislas (Post 12134634)
Let's see what happens if the UK leaves the EU.

You can be assured that according to Dick, TGA et al any and all negatives will be nothing to do with Brexit but the fault of those nasty foreigners.
Ukip will blame immigrants., so nothing new there.

Dick Dasterdly Dec 22nd 2016 7:59 pm

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UK moves up 'best for business' list despite Brexit fears

EMR Dec 22nd 2016 8:06 pm

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Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12135011)

Really, did you read it, it has nothing to do with brexit.

TGA Dec 22nd 2016 8:09 pm

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Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12135011)

the smart business knows that brexit is good for Britain :goodpost:

EMR Dec 22nd 2016 8:13 pm

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Originally Posted by TGA (Post 12135028)
the smart business knows that brexit is good for Britain :goodpost:

Obviuosly you have not read it either..

Dick Dasterdly Dec 22nd 2016 8:25 pm

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“Let’s be clear, the European project as a political union is dead, it’s just a question of how long it takes for the whole thing to break up,” said Mr Farage.

The prediction comes following growing resistance across Europe, with populist and anti-EU parties experiencing significant growth in Germany, France and the Netherlands – three nations which will hold elections in 2017.




Ukip leader Paul Nuttal predicted the UK will become a “beacon of light” to other member states of the EU looking to leave.

He said: “I think after Brexit you might end up with a Frexit where France leaves, Dexit with the Danes, Nexit with the Dutch – I do believe that Brexit is just the beginning.

“People feel left behind. They feel cut off with the political process. They feel like they have nothing in common with the elites and what is happening is there is a kickback.”

Dick Dasterdly Dec 22nd 2016 8:30 pm

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From The Commentator.....

Remember when Remain campaigners insisted Brexit would lead to the loss of three million jobs reliant on the EU? Remember when they told us the mere act of voting Leave would cause investment to suddenly dry up?

Remember, for that matter, when they told us a Leave vote would risk an immediate ‘technical recession’ with thousands of job losses?

The facts, as usual, have discredited these dire warnings. Since the EU Referendum on June 23rd, unemployment has continued to fall, and now lies at just 4.8 percent – an 11-year low.

The employment rate is just a fraction below its all-time high. Once again, the ‘expert’ forecasts trumpeted by Euro-fanatical politicians have been proven wrong by reality.

The good news does not stop with the official figures. Confounding the worries about investment, company after company from across the world has professed its faith in Brexit Britain. Jaguar Land Rover, owned by Indian conglomerate Tata, has proposed an electric car plant in the West Midlands, which would bring with it 10,000 new jobs.

McDonalds and Lidl are creating 5,000 jobs each, while microchip manufacturer ARM Holdings will be creating thousands more jobs under new Japanese ownership.

In a whole host of different industries, therefore, the Brexit jobs news is positive. The dreaded ‘uncertainty’ promised before the Referendum has simply not materialised, and there is no reason at this point to believe the labour market is about to fall off a cliff.

But Project Fear continues unabated. Why are the tens of thousands of new jobs being created in this country are going almost totally unnoticed by the mainstream media, while yet another forecast of possible job losses in several years’ time becomes headline news?

Lion in Winter Dec 22nd 2016 8:31 pm

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Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12135055)
“Let’s be clear, the European project as a political union is dead, it’s just a question of how long it takes for the whole thing to break up,” said Mr Farage.

The prediction comes following growing resistance across Europe, with populist and anti-EU parties experiencing significant growth in Germany, France and the Netherlands – three nations which will hold elections in 2017.




Ukip leader Paul Nuttal predicted the UK will become a “beacon of light” to other member states of the EU looking to leave.

He said: “I think after Brexit you might end up with a Frexit where France leaves, Dexit with the Danes, Nexit with the Dutch – I do believe that Brexit is just the beginning.

“People feel left behind. They feel cut off with the political process. They feel like they have nothing in common with the elites and what is happening is there is a kickback.”


Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12135061)
From The Commentator.....

Remember when Remain campaigners insisted Brexit would lead to the loss of three million jobs reliant on the EU? Remember when they told us the mere act of voting Leave would cause investment to suddenly dry up?

Remember, for that matter, when they told us a Leave vote would risk an immediate ‘technical recession’ with thousands of job losses?

The facts, as usual, have discredited these dire warnings. Since the EU Referendum on June 23rd, unemployment has continued to fall, and now lies at just 4.8 percent – an 11-year low.

The employment rate is just a fraction below its all-time high. Once again, the ‘expert’ forecasts trumpeted by Euro-fanatical politicians have been proven wrong by reality.

The good news does not stop with the official figures. Confounding the worries about investment, company after company from across the world has professed its faith in Brexit Britain. Jaguar Land Rover, owned by Indian conglomerate Tata, has proposed an electric car plant in the West Midlands, which would bring with it 10,000 new jobs.

McDonalds and Lidl are creating 5,000 jobs each, while microchip manufacturer ARM Holdings will be creating thousands more jobs under new Japanese ownership.

In a whole host of different industries, therefore, the Brexit jobs news is positive. The dreaded ‘uncertainty’ promised before the Referendum has simply not materialised, and there is no reason at this point to believe the labour market is about to fall off a cliff.

But Project Fear continues unabated. Why are the tens of thousands of new jobs being created in this country are going almost totally unnoticed by the mainstream media, while yet another forecast of possible job losses in several years’ time becomes headline news?

Uh huh.

But what do you think?

DaveLovesDee Dec 22nd 2016 8:47 pm

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Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12135011)


There was no mention of the impact of the Brexit vote.
So another misleading headline then!

SultanOfSwing Dec 22nd 2016 8:47 pm

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Originally Posted by Lion in Winter (Post 12135066)
Uh huh.

But what do you think?

Stop trying to make him go off script, you'll hurt his poor brain.

Lion in Winter Dec 22nd 2016 8:48 pm

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Originally Posted by SultanOfSwing (Post 12135094)
Stop trying to make him go off script, you'll hurt his poor brain.

He seems to be on cut-and-paste auto pilot.

Maybe he's stuck and we should go in and rescue him?

SultanOfSwing Dec 22nd 2016 8:50 pm

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Originally Posted by Lion in Winter (Post 12135095)
He seems to be on cut-and-paste auto pilot.

Maybe he's stuck and we should go in and rescue him?

Let's leave it alone and go with the flow, see where the wild ride takes us ...

Lion in Winter Dec 22nd 2016 8:50 pm

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Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12135061)
Why are the tens of thousands of new jobs being created in this country are going almost totally unnoticed by the mainstream media

Dear god! We had better get some immigrants in to do all this work.

DaveLovesDee Dec 22nd 2016 9:04 pm

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Originally Posted by Lion in Winter (Post 12135099)
Dear god! We had better get some immigrants in to do all this work.

The immigrants are the ones creating the jobs already.


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