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Simple question really... it may be a different country but we all know that Ireland helped in jacking up local prices when everyone thought that times were good! So what impact are we likely to see?

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Simple question really... it may be a different country but we all know that Ireland helped in jacking up local prices when everyone thought that times were good! So what impact are we likely to see?

Good question. I dont have the answer though. Maybe someone does?

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:lol::lol::lol:

Really they've just been in denial since joining the EEC in the early 70's

No such thing as a free lunch or in this case motorway etc ;)

Just a foot note; the UK joined at the same time.

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Just a foot note; the UK joined at the same time.

we even voted to join the free trade zone known as the european economic comunity

the powers that be forgot to mention that the european project was predetermined to evolve into

a sovereign state ruled by eurocrats

rock on!

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we even voted to join the free trade zone known as the european economic comunity

the powers that be forgot to mention that the european project was predetermined to evolve into

a sovereign state ruled by eurocrats

rock on!

Yes, that is the important bit the everyone seems to have forgotten. We voted to join the european economic comunity, not some bloody socialist super state.

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Just a foot note; the UK joined at the same time.

Very true, imho the difference is that the UK has had an active debate between europhiles and sceptics about the loss of powers to Europe ever since. The ultimate outcome of this was Phoney Tony's inability to drag the UK into the Euro which has accidentally become his greatest legacy.

On the other hand the ROI has ridden the wave of EU / Euro membership while still claiming to be a neutral sovereign state in hock to no one.

Reality has bitten hard in the last few days :ph34r:

ps BVI I don't like to say I told you so but if I remember correctly you doubted my prediction that the IMF would be called in to bail out the ROI ;)

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  • 259 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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