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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    The net costs to the UK is £9 billion but the dividend is currently £260 billions worth of unfettered trade.
    Those figures are not like for like..
    The 9 Bn is a fee for membership. The 260bn is a valuation of products made up of imports and exports. Assuming the figure isn’t another of your so called facts, which are simply fantasies that you peddle like a pikey trying to big himself up.
    In you previous post you used the term we, as if you were still, or ever had been a member of the UK. Another lie. You are a common pikey thug, stuck in a dated US R&R cesspit, from which there is no escape, until you sell your condo for a loss.
    Using outdated terminology like UKIP is one thing, but claiming to be a Brit is quite another. You are nothing more than a crude, former immigrant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    In what way and how has it changed.
    Ten months ago, the French thought the EU could make the British bend over. They are not nearly so cocky now, despite what you might think, you thick Mick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    The 9 Bn is a fee for membership. The 260bn is a valuation of products made up of imports and exports. Assuming the figure isnít another of your so called facts, which are simply fantasies that you peddle like a pikey trying to big himself up.
    In you previous post you used the term we, as if you were still, or ever had been a member of the UK. Another lie. You are a common pikey thug, stuck in a dated US R&R cesspit, from which there is no escape, until you sell your condo for a loss.
    Using outdated terminology like UKIP is one thing, but claiming to be a Brit is quite another. You are nothing more than a crude, former immigrant.
    Chass having an episode

    downward trip?

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    Well, at least we won't use the Brit Army to foil Napoleon Macron's grand schemes this time around. We'll just read about from afar, in Punch magazine and Private Eye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    Ten months ago, the French thought the EU could make the British bend over. They are not nearly so cocky now, despite what you might think, you thick Mick.
    but the Brits have bent over, they surrendered on hard Brexit, followed everything Barnier told them, even the infamous frontier in the sea

    you fookers are really out of there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Prime Minister Boris Johnson has put a deadline of 31 December on agreeing a plan, saying he will not extend the transition period beyond then.
    The man is tiresome . . . wasn't he going to resign, or similar, rather than push deadlines?

    The UK is going to be out, that's clear. There will be difficult times, that's also clear. (no glee nor derision, just a fact)

    Wouldn't the Brexiteers not rather have a halfway decent leader, politically, economically, socially than this cretin, to lead them through the new beginning? Are there a group of politicians that would be capable of steering the ship Britannica through news seas or are this guy and his ilk all there is?
    A serious question.
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    Upto until the 70's Australians referred to themselves as Pom's.
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    Just asking the supposed teacher if he is a teacher,as anything more than ten syllables and he's fucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Well, at least we won't use the Brit Army to foil Napoleon Macron's grand schemes this time around. We'll just read about from afar, in Punch magazine and Private Eye.
    Macron is not going to get his army anytime soon, unless Russia was involved in some capacity

    Having the Brits in such an army would not be compatible with the English invaders mentality and the security vision of an integrated EU

    EU is stuck for now, it's too fat, and can't move, so losing weight with Brexit is a good thing

    the EU army is not the only topic that is stuck for the future, the ESA program, the Tech Innovation program are stuck in an overly administrative cycle that doesn't produce anything. The Chinese and Americans are way ahead of it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    We'll just read about from afar, in Punch magazine and Private Eye.
    Punch - the final issue was printed in 1992

    Private Eye? Ian Hyslop? Useful or being a pain in the arse but what annoying character - second only to Piers Morgan
    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Upto until the 70's Australians referred to themselves as Pom's.
    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Just asking the supposed teacher if he is a teacher,as anything more than ten syllables and he's fucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post

    Wouldn't the Brexiteers not rather have a halfway decent leader, politically, economically, socially than this cretin, to lead them through the new beginning? Are there a group of politicians that would be capable of steering the ship Britannica through news seas or are this guy and his ilk all there is?
    A serious question.

    again you are being overly naive, and maybe your lack of real experience in living in today UK and Europe is impairing your thoughts

    Boris is the right man for the right situation. The whole Brexit thing is absurd, and only a clown or an orc can carry such a load, and Boris certainly can.

    He will of course cave in on the extension, but that was a given from day 1

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    I've always thought Boris cuts quite a dashing figure, compared to Winston Churchill. I'm sure they use the same tailor too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    The UK cannot have the same trade deal with the EU as Canada, according to the bloc's chief negotiator..
    You mean the the one where negotiations were concluded in 2014 and its yet to be finally ratified across the EU some 6 years later and all the while with growing discontent on Canadas part - the conclusion of anything other than hot wind was never going to be possible in 11 months or possibly 11 years with the EU as its a fukin talking shop staffed by a committee of self important windbags who'd struggle to hold down a paper round in the real world. That's why the UK set the deadline to End 2020 as there's no point in allowing any more time. Still Barnier has graciously told us we have til start of July to beg the club for an extension.

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    Boris will go for the extension, because his paying masters will tell him to

    I think we can expect another full EU commission term for a final deal, that is 5 years

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    The EU, Barnier, (snigger) Dragonfly and Seekingass can all get fucked. The EU is full of no Mark loud mouth wankers like these. Pointless trying to educate pork.

    Liars will always be confused by the truth, and unable to face it. That’s why the UK voted to leave, because you are all beyond stupid.

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    Also, Tax, she has no time for West Indians
    Well, who has these days, especially the young males with their knives, and the older males who father multiple children with multiple mothers.

    As for capital punishment, you would only need to string up three or four, make it a proportional racial mix of course, 3 whiteys and one murderer of colour, before the message is out, publicise it widely, with countdowns in the daily mail and sun, outrage in the guardian, intellectual drivel in the telegraph, and then sit back and watch the reduction in random street violence.

    The economic benefits would be great too.

    Bring it on I say.

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    Why do right-wingers make capital punishment into a masturbatory fantasy.

    It objectively doesn't work.

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    New points system for potential immigrant job thieves.
    There's no visas for unskilled workers
    Applications get 20 points for a job offer and another 20 if its a skilled job
    But if there's no unskilled anyway, why not just make it 40 for a job offer?
    Something skinks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    The 9 Bn is a fee for membership. The 260bn is a valuation of products made up of imports and exports. Assuming the figure isn’t another of your so called facts, which are simply fantasies that you peddle like a pikey trying to big himself up.
    In you previous post you used the term we, as if you were still, or ever had been a member of the UK. Another lie. You are a common pikey thug, stuck in a dated US R&R cesspit, from which there is no escape, until you sell your condo for a loss.
    Using outdated terminology like UKIP is one thing, but claiming to be a Brit is quite another. You are nothing more than a crude, former immigrant.
    Clearly, Chas, you need urgent medical attention. Do you get headaches and hear voices in between your bouts of tinnitus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    Well, who has these days, especially the young males with their knives, and the older males who father multiple children with multiple mothers.

    As for capital punishment, you would only need to string up three or four, make it a proportional racial mix of course, 3 whiteys and one murderer of colour, before the message is out, publicise it widely, with countdowns in the daily mail and sun, outrage in the guardian, intellectual drivel in the telegraph, and then sit back and watch the reduction in random street violence.



    The economic benefits would be great too.

    Bring it on I say.
    I think dentists should be visa free and anyone from anywhere should be able to settle in the UK and practice without impediment.

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    So Barnier and the club aren't happy that they are getting their own diagram thrown back at them, the one that shows that after discounting various possibilities they would be be OK with a Canada style deal. That was until they realised the UK is closer to the EU geographically than Canada. Its easy to see why the Canadian deal to so long. I suppose we could always send our exports to the EU the long way round if that makes them feel better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Booth View Post
    New points system for potential immigrant job thieves.
    There's no visas for unskilled workers
    Applications get 20 points for a job offer and another 20 if its a skilled job
    But if there's no unskilled anyway, why not just make it 40 for a job offer?
    Something skinks!
    I can see new qualifications appearing for professionals in such things as
    collector of contemporary still life (aka fruit and veg picker)
    Hygiene control engineer (aka office cleaner)
    Food transportation manager (aka waitress)
    Consultant room decorator (aka hotel room cleaner)

    The rules are just red tape that can, and will be, circumvented by all.

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    So its going to be more difficult for the fukers who pay themselves and shareholders (oops 40% higher rate pension contributors) massive sums to do so off the back of cheap labour subsidised by tax credits from UK tax payers - well fuking well, is it the end of the gravy train or are we all now going to have to do without our uber and deliveroo wankers - God what are we going to do?

    On one hand they will be out of work and paid for by the tax payer, on the other hand they will be in so called work and paid for by the tax payer...its a fukin joke but i haven't been laughing.

    -next stop lets fuk off the zero hours concept.
    -and follow through on all the Cvnts claiming to be self employed.

    weird its like Labour are in power.

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    It seems Barnier et al are only now just beginning to realise what we have known about BoJo the Clown and his ragbag of Brxit loons for a long time, their agreements are worthless.

    BoJo is reneging on the political agreement he signed up to last year and is refusing to abide by his promise to ensure UK enjoys continued EU free trade and no quotas in return for full alignment.

    Quite why they simply cannot cancel the negotiations, hold a press conference to the effect the UK has declared its wish to be a third country enjoying WTO status and set out the protocols that will be introduced on 1.1.21 that will cease all frictionless trade with all that that will entail - application of 10% tariff on manufactured goods, 30% tariff on agricultural products, the ban on processed food imports, all imports to be compliance certificated, exclusion from all security protocols including EU wide arrest warrant jurisdiction, and of course the end to passporting rights of the UK's financial services sector.

    And when Patel begins her vendetta against the EU arrivals and refuses entry to legions of Spanish, French, Italians,Portuguese and Greeks, we shall have the joy of witnessing reciprocity as Britain's lower end dross is booted out of Spain, Cyprus and Greece.

    I wonder who will be the first French national to be refused entry in the UK since 31.12.72 on the grounds of not being a genuine visitor?

    I think when this begins to happen the French will get very cross indeed and I won't blame them.
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    Oh for fucks sake s.a. you post the the same tedious deluded drivel every time.

    Do you take every reported snippet of hearsay, gossip and intended newsplant as gospel. We are just squaring up to each other, thats all, hipthrusting, chinjutting, snorting and bellowing. Its for the headlines and the suckers like yourself that need your belligerent self righteousness nourishing on a daily basis.

    Deals will be struck, faces will be saved and trade will continue in much the same way as before.

    They want and need it as much, if not more than we do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    Deals will be struck, faces will be saved and trade will continue in much the same way as before.

    They want and need it as much, if not more than we do.
    And nestling within the tail end of your post we have the kernel of delusion at the very core of the Brexit madness.

    How many times do you have to be told, Tax, the EU considers the UK to be no more than a distraction, a mustard burp of transient dyspepsia, a half forgotten dream of inconsequence, a source of amusement and mild curiosity that is soon to fragment, a slightly absurd relic of past glory floating off the coast of Europe but a useful repository for laundered money, a vaudevillian anachronism of blimps, charlatans and posturing panjandrums suckling on the teat of ersatz Americana while waving a tatty union jack shrinking in the grey drizzle of another Atlantic depression, and really not much more than that but in the future it will be a rather convenient bargain basement tat destination for a cheap city break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    And nestling within the tail end of your post we have the kernel of delusion at the very core of the Brexit madness.

    How many times do you have to be told, Tax, the EU considers the UK to be no more than a distraction, a mustard burp of transient dyspepsia, a half forgotten dream of inconsequence, a source of amusement and mild curiosity that is soon to fragment, a slightly absurd relic of past glory floating off the coast of Europe but a useful repository for laundered money, a vaudevillian anachronism of blimps, charlatans and posturing panjandrums suckling on the teat of ersatz Americana while waving a tatty union jack shrinking in the grey drizzle of another Atlantic depression, and really not much more than that but in the future it will be a rather convenient bargain basement tat destination for a cheap city break.
    Fortunately, the administration on both sides of the political divide are no longer filled by broken, angry old skeptics like you.

    Did Blair not mention you in his Labour Party birthday speech? The ignorant old cretins who led the death of the industrial revolution. I’m sure Cyrille got a mention.
    He must have praised Corbyn, for being 120 years late to the party.

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