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  1. I thought that what it was on Friday after close.
  2. Does anyone know when the Dow Jones Futures open or any other stock exchange and the earliest I could track them?
  3. Will they? Could it all be a master plan to get Corbyn to revoke Article 50? What I think will happen. 1) Hard Brexiteer takes office as PM and we head towards a no deal. 2) Corbyn triggers vote of no confidence. 3) Government falls. 4) Queen asks Corbyn to form a Government. 5) Corbyn asks for an extension (second referundum) or revokes Article50. 6) Tories blame Corbyn for failing to deliver Brexit.
  4. Why not just make the withdrawal agreement the default? Surely there would be a majority in the commons for that.
  5. Absolutely ridiculous. Germany have said that Brits will only be allowed to stay temporary and Gove has decided to give out passports like confetti at a wedding.
  6. So here in Germany, Brits will not be given permanent residency and the very best Brits here can hope for is a 3 year temporary residency permit.
  7. Silly question, but can`t a hardline Brexit PM come in and just prevent Parliament from sitting till October 31st?
  8. Latest from Germany. Looks like all Brits will have to sit German exams.
  9. Depends. https://www.dualcitizenship.com/countries/cyprus.html CITIZENSHIP BY DESCENT Those born abroad to at least one Cypriot parent or those of Cypriot origin are entitled to citizenship and can register for citizenship with a local consulate. Those born abroad between August 16, 1960 and 1999 to a Cypriot mother may register as a citizen after age 21.
  10. I have a German wife and a German daughter and no guarantee that I will be here end of March 2019. The messed up thing is, if I leave or get kicked out, the German Tax authorities will want me to pay my Tax in Germany because of my daughter and my wife.
  11. I have 11 years but I can`t seem to master the German language which prevents me from going for citizenship. If I have to take any language test I am in trouble.
  12. Maybe i can hijack this thread a bit. Living in Germany and have no clue what will happen next. In todays announcement UK citizens who have lived in an EU state for a period of more than five years must be granted, subject to certain conditions, long-term resident status. Now what does subject to certain conditions mean?
  13. Is this a new thing. I phoned my bank this morning and they said that it came into force this year. Cant seem to find any info on this new law.
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