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    Chas is about 75, you reckon?

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    The clock keeps going backwards with Alzheimers, in his early twenties going on sixteen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Chas is about 75, you reckon?
    at least, possibly 78

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    Look can you and Gent stop comparing IQs and get back on topic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    at least, possibly 78
    He'll certainly remember 78s. Probably thinks 45 and 33 1/3 was something to do with the EU and going metric....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    Meanwhile, back on earth .....
    Still rated at 50/50 if EU refuse to open current agreement to further negotiation without changes from UK. I'd say that my comment was made with both feet firmly on the ground.

    It won't help many, who need to start making decisions now.

    I'm more of an observer now with UK off my possible work list. I'll just keep the UK pension coming in while waiting for my German one, not long to go now.

    Jacob Rees-Mogg was saying that the EU will blink first. That's a bad gamble for the UK but well covered by Mogg. No reason for EU to blink, except as a side effect from sniggering too much.

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    If you take German pension will you only be entitled to 25% UK pension?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    You obviously do not understand the legality of it all, stupid
    I obviously understand it far better than you do numb nuts.
    The UK has legal obligations to pay money that is owed to the EU as part of their current membership. < see that? Itís a full stop.

    The 39bn was agreed over a year ago, as the price for getting a negotiated deal. That deal is not going to happen, so any monies offered go down the toilet with the no deal Brexit.
    I have already explained that the legal financial liabilities of roughly 25bbn are included in that figure. The EU will only get what it is legally entitled to. Not a penny more.
    If they want the full 39 bn, the onus is on your alcoholic commissioner to make a deal possible. Him and Barnier saying no twice a day will not get the deal that the EU so desperately wants.

    You stick to bluffing on financial, economic, political and IT issues. It seems thatís all you are capable of.

    You might like to try reading some other posts, just to find all the facts that youíve missed, or glossed over with your pathetic personal childishness.

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    ^ It's my military pension and I"ll keep 100%. I'm not sure bout the German one yet. Brexit may mean it will not be influenced by UK pension. The sum of both will not reach the maximum anyway so I'm not too worried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    Still rated at 50/50 if EU refuse to open current agreement to further negotiation without changes from UK. I'd say that my comment was made with both feet firmly on the ground.

    It won't help many, who need to start making decisions now.

    I'm more of an observer now with UK off my possible work list. I'll just keep the UK pension coming in while waiting for my German one, not long to go now.

    Jacob Rees-Mogg was saying that the EU will blink first. That's a bad gamble for the UK but well covered by Mogg. No reason for EU to blink, except as a side effect from sniggering too much.
    Your woolly rambling is your business not mine. Putting random thoughts into a post on here is just making you look foolish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Chas is about 75, you reckon?
    I have yet to reach UK state pension age, and even when I do, it will be deferred by a government decision to shift the pension qualifying age for us youngsters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    It's my military pension and I"ll keep 100%
    That's a bit different. Not really UK pension you lead all to believe?

    Where were you based in Germany, Bruggen?

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    ^ Apologies due...sorry if I led some astray.

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    Interesting comments from somebody who knows finance, industry and Europe/Germany very well.


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    Looks like Nissan have gone back on their promise to build the X-trail in Sunderland. Not sure of the impact, which will be revealed tomorrow but I'd guess they won't be making big investment in the UK anytime soon.

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    Pretty high percentage of Nissan employees probably voted 'leave' too.

    Looks like they'll be leaving more than they expected.

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    Sunderland Brexit Referendum
    Remain 51,930 (38.7%)


    Leave 82,394 (61.3%)

    Turnout 64.9%

    Bridget Phillipson, MP for Houghton and Sunderland South, said the result reflected an “anger” people had with the lack of investment in the region.

    <snigger>

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    Mmmm see we have the usual schadenfreude crew out today.......that warm glow

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    More like laughing at the sheer stupidity of the Daily Hate crowd.

    *snigger*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Interesting comments from somebody who knows finance, industry and Europe/Germany very well.

    Tories are like dogs in the wild, they hunt in packs, rip their prey apart and gorge on the carcass and then move on to the next kill but when self-preservation kicks in they'll as likely turn on each other so the pack shrinks from such conflict. You don't need to be a fucking economic guru to know that. For fuck's sake, this Tory shill Shore would eat his fucking mother for a return. Of course the Tories are going to compromise, otherwise they'll be dog meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Mmmm see we have the usual schadenfreude crew out today.......that warm glow
    Will you have something to say about Brexit today or will it only be your usual personal attacks on posters?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Will you have something to say about Brexit today or will it only be your usual personal attacks on posters?
    Really, here you go Lom...

    I predict another two weeks of pointless brinkmanship by both sides as the clock ticks down, after two weeks there will either be a movement on the Oirish Boarder issue or an extension to the Art 50 window.

    WRT the TD Brexit thread I predict Cyrille, Gent, Buttfly et al will continue to call those that support leave racists, loonies and piss stained blah blah blah because you see Lom that if you scan back through the thread i think you'll find that its really only Troy on the Remain side who doesn't fling shit.....

    So Lom, whats your insight?

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    ^So the biggest paragraph in your post is another personal attack.

    Then if anyone responds you will get all butthurt again?

    Do you know what they say about Brexiteers who live in glass houses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    just waiting on Foo now....
    Full house

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