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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by SwingsitlikeHogan View Post
    So we cannot leave the EU and then start working out how we might re-engage.
    Of course we can. If we leave with no deal in place we will have left the EU and can then look at how we'd want to re-engage and how/if they'd want to re-engage with us. I'm not suggesting that it's a good idea but it is a possibility.

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by SwingsitlikeHogan View Post
    No they didn't - they absolutely didn't - they understood very different things abut what leaving the EU and what would be required to meet their expectations of life after leaving the EU.

    'Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed' covers leaving and re-engaging. In that sense they are not separate processes. So we cannot leave the EU and then start working out how we might re-engage. Many might have thought that - but I suggest that they misunderstood or were misinformed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColchesterFC View Post
    Of course we can. If we leave with no deal in place we will have left the EU and can then look at how we'd want to re-engage and how/if they'd want to re-engage with us. I'm not suggesting that it's a good idea but it is a possibility.
    Right ho Fritz... how many Beamers do you want to sell in the UK then? And remember, you stick big tarriffs on our stuff, we'll do the same on yours! Ad you sell more here than we do to you, so lets meet in the middle then!

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by IanM View Post
    Right ho Fritz... how many Beamers do you want to sell in the UK then? And remember, you stick big tarriffs on our stuff, we'll do the same on yours! Ad you sell more here than we do to you, so lets meet in the middle then!

    Jesus! IT IS THAT EASY!!
    Sure. They want to see BMW, Mercedes, Fiat etc to us. But will we be able to buy it. I know no one wants to hear that London is the centre of the Univ esp the Financial Sector.. no one like Banks, Insurance etc. But these feed the rest of the country. The sums may look obsene and undeserving but it does trickle down. Services make 80% of the UK economy. While there is an apathy for banks (and other professional services like IT, Consulting etc), they depend on the EU. Also these services can be fairly mobile as compared to manufacturing, farming or retail shops. Without a valid passporting system which the ‘compromise plan’ does not cater for. Cities in France, Germany are queuing up to pick this up.
    To stay with the trickle down theory, when the banking job goes so does the demand for Soya Latte as well as the tradesman that needed for digging that basement and the pharmacy manager and the BMW garage manager
    The Brexit vote and the plans should not be seen as a revenge by the North against those pesky Latte sipping Londoners who have everything. We seem to be determined to drive equality but to the lowest denominator..
    Like it or lump it, the financial sector pays a lot of mortgages across the country as well as fund the NHS..

    PS.. how many beamers are they keen to sell to a ‘not so well off country’.. let’s say Uganda (other countries are available)

    Edit>> very timely Brexit services plan will speed up relocation, says Lloyd's boss http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-44805565

    But as a wise man once said ‘F*** Business’ .. atleast he has his inheritance and trust in place. He assumes the rest also do..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudball View Post
    Sure. They want to see BMW, Mercedes, Fiat etc to us. But will we be able to buy it. I know no one wants to hear that London is the centre of the Univ esp the Financial Sector.. no one like Banks, Insurance etc. But these feed the rest of the country. The sums may look obsene and undeserving but it does trickle down. Services make 80% of the UK economy. While there is an apathy for banks (and other professional services like IT, Consulting etc), they depend on the EU. Also these services can be fairly mobile as compared to manufacturing, farming or retail shops. Without a valid passporting system which the ‘compromise plan’ does not cater for. Cities in France, Germany are queuing up to pick this up.
    To stay with the trickle down theory, when the banking job goes so does the demand for Soya Latte as well as the tradesman that needed for digging that basement and the pharmacy manager and the BMW garage manager
    The Brexit vote and the plans should not be seen as a revenge by the North against those pesky Latte sipping Londoners who have everything. We seem to be determined to drive equality but to the lowest denominator..
    Like it or lump it, the financial sector pays a lot of mortgages across the country as well as fund the NHS..

    PS.. how many beamers are they keen to sell to a ‘not so well off country’.. let’s say Uganda (other countries are available)

    Edit>> very timely Brexit services plan will speed up relocation, says Lloyd's boss http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-44805565

    But as a wise man once said ‘F*** Business’ .. atleast he has his inheritance and trust in place. He assumes the rest also do..
    Waste of time pointing our reality as it will just be dismissed as yet another example of Project Fear - business looking after itself and not considering the vote - they said it would all go ts up etc etc. Though the new description of this sort of news is that it is blackmail - along the lines of - dear government - we'll relocate if the White Paper plan for services is enacted. Blackmail?

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Back on track please we all ready have a Brexit thread.
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    I see that Rup, I mean Donald has really stuck the knife in today.

    I think that even the most fervent supporters can finally start to see the puppet masters hands at work now....... 😉
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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by bluewolf View Post
    I see that Rup, I mean Donald has really stuck the knife in today.

    I think that even the most fervent supporters can finally start to see the puppet masters hands at work now....... 😉
    Now that the Orange one has said that she is not fit for purpose while BoJo is... can we all agree that she is very good.. how dare he..

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Oh dear - that dress last night...that slit up the back of it...

    Mind you Mrs Trump - who does think she is - Cinderella going to the Ball? Fabulous figure but sometimes her attire is wow over the top
    to infinity and beyond...

    ...well from 10.0 to 9.4 this year would be nice.

    And last medal of the year (Oct) saw me play to handicap but CSS was +1 so that was me down 0.2 from 8.3 to 8.1

    Job done

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by SwingsitlikeHogan View Post
    Oh dear - that dress last night...that slit up the back of it...

    Mind you Mrs Trump - who does think she is - Cinderella going to the Ball? Fabulous figure but sometimes her attire is wow over the top
    Mrs Trump is the wife of an American billionaire president. She knows exactly who she is. For many people outside of the UK, certainly Americans and Eastern Europeans, an event like last night with all the pomp involved is like going to Cinderella's Ball.

    Come on, keep the chat to politics.
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