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Change though the ballot box fails here, yet the French yellow vests win. What does this say about the future our overlords expect? She even calls the the UK voters "hot heads".

If they send out the message that rioting is the only way to bring about change, we will all burn in the fires to come.

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I do find people asking what is going on in the UK, saying ‘you used to be so statesman-like and rather boring, and now you seem to have become the hot heads and hot bloods of Europe’

Yes, white people are very nice, until they are very not nice. Perhaps read up on some history?

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a “hard” Brexit which throws up greater trade barriers for financial firms.

These reptiles just cannot help themselves.

The "barriers" do not just coalesce out of thin air.

It is their beloved governments which are threatening the electorate that they will ruin our lives by using overwhleming violence to enforce trade barriers in retaliation for daring to try and regain some smidgen of independence.

1 hour ago, Lord D'arcy Pew said:

burn

Bring it on tbh lad.

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Hotheads. People who are prepared to promote their own interests.

Sounds like the nineteenth century all over again.

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Brexit poses the biggest challenge to the City since the 2007-09 global crisis as it will probably lead to banks and insurers losing full or partial access to the European Union, the world’s biggest trading bloc.

So, since 2007/8 when various finance companies blew up and were bailed out by the tax payer. causing a generation of misery and the UK economy to tank.

But like BoE Brexit will cause growth to shrink by 13.9% over 15 years time.

I cannot remember them doing much in the way of a plan to calculated the effect of BoE/Tresury/Browns 'light touch regulation'

 

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12 minutes ago, spyguy said:

Brexit poses the biggest challenge to the City since the 2007-09 global crisis as it will probably lead to banks and insurers losing full or partial access to the European Union, the world’s biggest trading bloc.

As with most 'news' these days you must consider that it's only someone's opinion. Not even a firm opinion in this case.

And my opinion is that there is a sure fire way of getting access to any club. A bit like going to the bar on your holiday to a foreign country where you can't speak a word of the lingo. Money is an international language and both parties ensure that the transaction goes through.

The suggestion that EU would turn away the chance of investment or a trade opportunity seems to me a bad business decision which would not happen.

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1 hour ago, frankief said:

The suggestion that EU would turn away the chance of investment or a trade opportunity seems to me a bad business decision which would not happen.

To a degree, the EU is prepared to make the remaining EU countries, people and businesses suffer in order to make life worse for us.  If they truly represented their people and businesses then they'd do everything possible to accomodate trade with us as it's in our mutual best interests.  But this isn't their primary motive, they're in self-preservation mode.  The EU is mainly concerned in beating us down so that its other captives are less likely to get any silly ideas about doing the same as us.

If the outcome of brexit is positive for us then there'll be queue at the exit from the many others, probably Italy and Netherlands for starters..  They've openly stated that we will be worse off without them, and they'll do everything they can to make this so, even if it costs the rest of the EU nations to ensure this bad outcome for us.

The EU cares more about the EU as an institution, not its members.

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4 hours ago, Tes Tickle said:

 

The EU cares more about the EU as an institution, not its members.

Is the EU a religion, caring more about itself than the people 

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