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    Jaffa's, dem seedless

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    ^^ So, I see you're still passionately against posters who do not respond to the content of posts, but launch personal attacks instead.



    You pathetic hypocrite.

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    Sorry, is that aimed at me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    ^^ So, I see you're still passionately against posters who do not respond to the content of posts, but launch personal attacks instead.



    You pathetic hypocrite.
    Simple Sybil logic, spend all day sniping at people contributing nothing, when gets told he's a boring tedious twat, starts screaming hypocrite.

    Every fucking post you make on every thread on every forum you have been on for the last 10 years is just boring tedious drivel sniping at people you are clearly jealous of and nothing to do with the subject as you seem incapable of forming an opinion on any subject only posters. A truly sad pathetic individual you are, probably lonely too in a relationship of convienence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    I'd guess many businesses will be going down as a direct result of the weak , and that may last from a few months to years, but far worse across the board is the uncertainty coupled with frustration imposed upon the country by a leader that opposes the very goal she took upon herself to personally supervise.

    Imho the people and the markets will view any of the possible outcomes, from crashing out to a politician-proof Ref2 whatever the result, as an improvement over the status quo.

    While A50 extension offers a fixed window of relief in the hope that something breaks, it is not an outcome.
    I agree with all but the bold, a hard Brexit will hurt the pound even further, possibly even 1$/1 - 30B/1.

    A hard Brexit means a hard reset for the UK economy. The only thing propping up the pound at the moment is the chance a hard brexit will not happen, once that is removed you can expect the pound to go into freefall.

    This Tory government are an absolute shambles and have no contingency following a hard brexit, nor do they have any new deals waiting in the wings to replace the ones the UK will lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Simple Sybil logic, spend all day sniping at people contributing nothing, when gets told he's a boring tedious twat, starts screaming hypocrite.

    Every fucking post you make on every thread on every forum you have been on for the last 10 years is just boring tedious drivel sniping at people you are clearly jealous of and nothing to do with the subject as you seem incapable of forming an opinion on any subject only posters. A truly sad pathetic individual you are, probably lonely too in a relationship of convienence.
    I just knocked your ridiculously fucking dumb 'point' about tourism out of the park and you go straight to ad hom. So there's another of your idiotic, plainly untrue claims disproven before you even made it, you laughable cretin.

    Your posts just drip of your disappointment with life and with your bitter, twisted hatred. Your laughable image of yourself as someone who is a target of envy is just absurd. You're a vile, repulsive shell of a human being. Not one person on this forum ever has been or ever will be remotely 'jealous' of you because you have failed at everything a true human being values.

    And if you want to get onto relationships, well, has your wife ever smiled? Whenever she's in a photo with you she looks like she can smell rancid fish somewhere.

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    Cyrille's a bit raw today. I feel Fridays are not good days for Teachers, Manny's obviously having a lie down after his moment earlier.

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    Meh, jog on you camp pillock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    I just knocked your ridiculously fucking dumb 'point' about tourism out of the park and you go straight to ad hom. So there's another of your idiotic, plainly untrue claims disproven before you even made it, you laughable cretin.

    Your posts just drip of your disappointment with life and with your bitter, twisted hatred. Your laughable image of yourself as someone who is a target of envy is just absurd. You're a vile, repulsive shell of a human being. Not one person on this forum ever has been or ever will be remotely 'jealous' of you because you have failed at everything a true human being values.

    And if you want to get onto relationships, well, has your wife ever smiled? Whenever she's in a photo with you she looks like she can smell rancid fish somewhere.
    Yet again another truly pathetic post, I pointed out a benefit of a weaker pound is tourism has increased to record levels and this set you off with another of your irrelevant pathetic pointless posts.

    As to me being a repulsive individual many have met me from this forum, you ever heard anyone say that? Anyone met you, of course they haven't as you're a socially inadequate freak.

    Aww bless must have hit a nerve with your relationship of convienence, does explain all your pent up anger and jealousy that leaves you with nothing to do but snipe at people all day. A sad lonely pathetic excuse of a man.

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    A weekend of homework to mark is all Simple Sybill has to look forward to.

    The highlight of his weekend will be when he tunes into his Cctv later tonight and Saturday evening to knock one out .

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    ...aaand the lumbering oaf awakens from his alcoholic slumber...


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Meh, jog on you camp pillock.
    Camp? mmm you are hurt and desperate. i'll admit to a mince trying to hold a turtle head in getting to the bog sometimes. Actually camp, queeny outrage appears more your style and with an "It'll Do" Brummie accent - my that must even put off the likes of your friend Buttfly.

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    Hey, what's the story with that map of libya in my post?

    Saw it in a post of ant's earlier on and was wondering what its significance was.

    Seems this is the new thing that happens to gifs.


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    ISIS infiltration of TD, best start learning the Quran

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    الله أكبر mofo!

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    Is that where you teach?
    Not fussy in Libya are they...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    الله أكبر mofo!
    Didn't take you for a believer Norts I reckon our resident IT expert who we know spends a lot of time around Carpet Headbutters may have something to do with this....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    ...aaand the lumbering oaf awakens from his alcoholic slumber...

    That's Gadaffi's great river project, is it pertinent to Brexit or have you decided to try creative?

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    Sybills idea of creative is using two sheets of tissue to wipe his arse and he struggles with that

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    Bloody hell. I spend a few days touring Asia, and come back to a 4 page bunfight.

    Turn your thoughts to the actual one off costs of Brexit.

    Whatever the outcome, there will be bills to pay. Just like moving house, you need to work out the cost to you of the items you have consumed, and set some wonga aside to pay outstanding bills. Just like leaving the EU, by whatever means that might be. Hard, soft, managed, deal or no deal.

    One way or another, it looks like the UK is leaving, and both sides have to honor whatever agreement is currently in place. In the same way that you would not dream of leaving your current house without paying utilities and other outstanding bills, if you want to retain your credit rating.

    The same deal applies to leaving the EU. Will it be 39bn, 50 bn or 100bn? UK Plc will have to cough up and negotiate the final sum. Both sides need to carry on trading with each other, so there will be give and take on both sides. Whatever the bill might be, UK will have to pay, and the EU will be obliged to be reasonable over both the amount, and the repayment period.

    Time to sit back and let the failed politicians on both sides, unscramble the mess they have made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    Time to sit back and let the failed politicians on both sides, unscramble the mess they have made.
    Politicians and courts no doubt.

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    ^ There's no sharing of the blame. It all falls on the UK and the May government. The withdrawal agreement should have been decided before Christmas, now we have to wait until Feb 13. There are no significant changes just a delay that companies cannot afford.

    It's too late not to adjust for no-deal. Political blackmail to get the Maybot Agreement through is not the best way forward. It will forever be seen for what it is, a botch job.

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    I have just been informed that as the 39bn was a bribe to get a trade deal, Brexit with no deal means No legal liability to pay the 39bn farewell sweetener? I wonder if the commissars realise that fact?

    The much smaller amount still has to be paid, but nothing else so it seems. Is it possible that Troy has mis read the EU intentions over this issue?

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    When it comes to Brexit it's proving increasingly difficult to know exactly what is going to happen.
    Will we get a deal? Will we crash out without a deal? What about all those bills and tariffs? Will Article 50 be extended? What about a second referendum?
    It's all very confusing and even some so-called-experts are getting in a muddle when trying to argue their case for leaving or remaining in the European Union.
    If you want a prime example of this then look no further than last week's episode of This Week featuring the pro-Brexit journalist James Delingpole.
    The 53-year-old, who currently works as the executive editor of Breitbart London, appeared alongside the Tory MP Sam Gyimah and Labour's Caroline Flint, as well as host Andrew Neil.
    https://www.indy100.com/article/jame...-video-8745681

    (He isn't 'ridiculed' at all, btw. Just a YT uploader being a dick with that caption.)




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    I think it would be very foolhardy for the UK not to pay the Brexit bill. I'm quite sure it will be a prerequisite for any future FTA and leaving without intention to pay will cost in payment and timescale.

    The money issue was never a reasonable argument. The annual payments were trivial compared to the benefits.

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