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Post  vinkel on 2018-08-23, 12:04 pm

Sorry, you are probably sick of it by now. But as Noel says DEAL or NO DEAL.
What's your thoughts.

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Re: Brexit again

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-08-23, 12:16 pm

My thoughts are we are making a right balls up of the whole thing but not that surprising. We have remainers trying to negotiate a deal and both parties very split on what they want.

The outcome looks like being a last minute bad deal or a no deal, neither sounds that great to me.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-08-23, 2:55 pm

Well there are the 'Chicken Little' sky is falling in... faction and the grass is always greener brigade.

We voted leave so we should come out.. no deal has the advantage we do not have to cough up £40m. I am sure there will some sort of financial/economic blip until the dust settles...

I voted for the common market back in the 70s.. this forming a political union is not for me. I also reckon a combination of Westminster bias, globalisation and the EU has not been good for the NE. Industries declinevandvwe are given £20m for an arts building as compensation. The UK will be better off in the regions if the importance and size of the financial sector in London was less.
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Re: Brexit again

Post  Silvers on 2018-08-23, 7:46 pm

A United Europe has prevented France, Germany, Holland, and Bretagne for fighting each other for nearly 75 years...  a rare period of peace.

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In a previous post I explained about companies not keeping stock these days - the 'Just in time ' approach is the norm these days whether that is industrial products, food, medicines.. whatever.

We have made our choice but none of this was explained prior to the referendum.

Just try not to complain with the consequences ..  when they hit we pensioners...

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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-08-23, 8:16 pm

Silvers wrote:A United Europe has prevented France, Germany, Holland, and Bretagne for fighting each other for nearly 75 years...  a rare period of peace.

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In a previous post I explained about companies not keeping stock these days - the 'Just in time ' approach is the norm these days whether that is industrial products, food, medicines.. whatever.

We have made our choice but none of this was explained prior to the referendum.

Just try not to complain with the consequences ..  when they hit we pensioners...

Very Happy

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At least Sunderland are now better equipped with 'UK' born players.
How will the Premier League fare if players are returned to their home countries?
 
Perhaps Citeh and Man Ure may relocate ???  Smile
will it mean we can deport Pappy and NDong, evry cloud

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