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    Mirtapazine and Gingko leaves may help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    It's really quite pitiful to behold, and worsened by the fact that he obviously fancies himself as a trenchant critic.
    You love the petty little snipe from the back of the crowd dont you you pathetic teffling Tit. A job reserved for those unfit and unable to make a positive contribution in life. Enjoy your pathetic little grammar and spelling corrections as you try to keep up with the real men. Stay on your current course trying to teach sand sailors english. You are quite suited to a job that takes no responsibility in life as you do not have the guts or ability to do or build anything that has the possibility of failure. You shouldn't be scared of failure as you are already overwhelmingly familiar with it. You really are quite a pathetic ineffective individual. You sad and tediously boring little man. taa taa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    You love the petty little snipe from the back of the crowd dont you you pathetic teffling Tit. A job reserved for those unfit and unable to make a positive contribution in life. Enjoy your pathetic little grammar and spelling corrections as you try to keep up with the real men. Stay on your current course trying to teach sand sailors english. You are quite suited to a job that takes no responsibility in life as you do not have the guts or ability to do or build anything that has the possibility of failure. You shouldn't be scared of failure as you are already overwhelmingly familiar with it. You really are quite a pathetic ineffective individual. You sad and tediously boring little man. taa aa.
    Couldn't have put it better myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Still getting the hang of the English language, eh Hugh?

    Perhaps you are more used to working with your hands in some ditch or other.

    Bless.
    No qualified engineer actually. Not that I am adverse to getting my hands dirty like a real man, rather than some pathetic public servant where incompetence and sloth are considered qualifications.

    What a threesome you and your mates make. Botfly the Algerian migrant who thinks he is a european and Troy, the poor mans German so pathetically desperate to be deutsche leute.

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    The British economy plunged into reverse in December, with a broad-based slump in economic output completing the weakest year for growth since 2012.

    The Office for National Statistics said gross domestic product contracted by 0.4% from the previous month, fuelled by a fall in spending on the high street over the key festive shopping period.

    With less than 50 days to go before Brexit, the figures showed all three drivers of growth in the British economy – services, production and construction – shrank during December.

    The decline in monthly output helped drag down quarter-on-quarter growth to a rate of 0.2% in the three months to the end of the year, slightly below the Bank of England’s expectations and down from a rate of 0.6% in the third quarter.

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    The UK is currently a gust of wind away from hitting recession and Hurricane Brexit is due next month...

    In response to suggestions sterling could fall by 20% after Brexit, Boris Johnson said: “The pound will go where it will.”

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    To put foobar shit into perspective.
    Growth for 2018....
    UK 1.4%
    Germany 1.1%
    France 0.9%
    Italy 0.1%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    of course you are irrelevant

    you are an arrogant old pensioner swimming in his own piss, delusional and angry with the world
    lol. Buttfly, getting stuff wrong intentionally since forever. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    Mirtapazine and Gingko leaves may help.
    You have a drug problem. Don't add selling drugs to your repertoire on here. A real mod might ban you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    To put foobar shit into perspective.
    Growth for 2018....
    UK 1.4%
    Germany 1.1%
    France 0.9%
    Italy 0.1%
    ^Nonsense figures...
    UK 1.3%
    Germany 1.7%
    France 1.7%
    Italy 1.1%


    Even though buffaloboy was schooled only a few pages ago on 2018 UK vs EU growth rates ...you may recall he flew into a rage after failing to understand a simple xy graph despite multiple attempts and lots of help:

    Here is the same post again as he obviously still doesn't understand:

    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Your eyes must be painted on BuffaloBoy

    Here is the exact same graph/table again with the 2018 growth data that shows Brexit has caused the UK to have the worst economic growth of all EU countries except Italy. 2018 is in the past, it's not a forecast, although the forecast is equally gloomy and for good reason as it's based on previous data:



    @BuffaloBoy, with your limited grasp of basic grammar you probably didn't spot the text below was in the past tense as it refers to UK growth in 2018?

    That does not pull the UK much off the bottom of the G7 league table for annual growth; the UK sat just above Italy in the second quarter. Financial Times research has shown that by the end of the first quarter, the UK economy was between 1 and 1.5 per cent smaller than it would have been without the Brexit vote, although some independent estimates, such as a recent report from the Centre for European Reform, suggest the hit could have been as large as 2.5 per cent.


    Table of 2018 UK growth data...

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    Not a forecast...

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    There you go again showing what a total idiot you are, posts figures for 2019 and 2020 calling it real GDP figures and not a forecast and still can't understand why everyone thinks he's a total moron on every thread he posts on.

    I have given you the latest correct revised figures for 2018, I appreciate they don't suit your agenda and yet again show that all you do is make up shit, get shown to make up shit then start going on about something different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    To put foobar shit into perspective.
    Growth for 2018....
    UK 1.4%
    Germany 1.1%
    France 0.9%
    Italy 0.1%
    Do you have a link to those figures? I can't find whole year growth for UK, only Dec estimate at 1.3-1.5%. CNBC has whole year growth for France and Germany at 1.5%.

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    and from that link, if you click on United Kingdom:

    The UK economy expanded 1.3 percent year-on-year in the fourth quarter of 2018, down from a revised 1.6 percent in the previous period and slightly below market expectations of 1.4 percent. It has not been weaker since the second quarter of 2012 and continues its relatively subdued performance over the last year. Considering 2018 full year, UK GDP increased by 1.4 percent, the weakest it has been since 2009.
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    All this talk of the economy is all well and good but it won't change the result of the referendum and it won't (or shouldn't) stop the UK leaving the EU.

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    ^^ It took over 300 pages of idle speculation before someone finally came up with the one salient point.

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    The only indicator worth diddly is that fixed by the markets.

    Right from the outset Brexit has been judged to be nothing more than a kick in the bollocks and today the sterling baht rate stands at 40.34. So, there we have it, the worst rate since 1996, the lowest in 23 fucking years.

    Quite how anyone remotely in possession of their faculties could ever consider Brexit to be worthwhile is beyond extraordinary. If they were fucking animals Brexiteers would be put down.

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    Because the success of Brexit will be judged solely on the /baht exchange rate. Something that it is totally irrelevant to 99.9999999999% of the world.

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    It's a fucking indicator, you gormless retarded moron, not a fucking definition.

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    Yes, an indicator. One most people on this board can relate to.

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    The rate of exchange can go down as well as up and you may get more or less than the amount you hoped for or the amount you formerly did. Past exchange rates are not a guide to future exchange rates.

    You will still be able to spend a pound in a pound shop so long as the pound shop is still in business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    It's a fucking indicator, you gormless retarded moron, not a fucking definition.
    It's pure speculation based on project fear not hard economic facts you idiot. Traders make a fortune on big swings and Brexit is a wet dream for them as every rumour is a trading opportunity. For many countries being able to devalue their currency would be a dream come true but sadly they are trapped in the Euro so not an option. For every poverty stricken cess pit Pattaya dweller struggling to make ends meet due to the exchange rate there are those like me who have greatly benefited from the weaker and would not be adverse to it falling further.

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    i have a feeling this will be a silly question but here goes.... to the gent... wot is/will be the difference in living ,spain,portugal,malta, and ill add france and every where else, before or after brexit. ive had many friends that lived and live in all those places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lob View Post
    i have a feeling this will be a silly question but here goes.... to the gent... wot is/will be the difference in living ,spain,portugal,malta, and ill add france and every where else, before or after brexit. ive had many friends that lived and live in all those places.
    Fuk all if currently live there, if want to move there after Brexit will need a visa.

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