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    What's your opinion on Brexit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    And that 'temporary' blip, now into its sixth year, just drags on and on and on and on ....... Sterling=US$1.22.

    Brexit saw the worst fall in Sterling for over 30 years. Import costs are inexorably rising as a consequence and profits falling, and losing unfettered access to 450 million consumers is the killing blow.

    I million SMEs can't be wrong in their universal complaints but the 17.6 million credulous fuckwits who voted for their destruction just do not care but then, the stupid and ignorant wouldn't, would they.
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    what have you been up to since the 29th June sausages? the sheer force of will not to post your usual on the subject must have been colossal

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    • Brexit opinion poll 2022 | Statista

    Was BREXIT a mistake?

    Yes - 51%

    No - 38%

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    A poll that size would give a margin of error of approximately 2.5% which in the polling industry is well within acceptable parameters and would be considered a reliable forecast of an electoral outcome.

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    ^ Well if you say so Of course as we are well aware polls are inherently inaccurate and with me they sit in the same category as economists in terms of getting forecasts right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Yep, Brexit is that wonderful success story that just keeps on giving and giving ......=$US 1.21, GDP growth contracting monthly, recession imminent and stagflation heading for 13%.

    Britain is now officially the worst performing economy in Europe with growth since 2016 limited to 3.8% as compared to EU at 8.5%.

    And the stupid Brexit fucks still cannot admit the catastrophic failure it always was.
    To combat this opinion . . .


    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    what have you been up to since the 29th June sausages? the sheer force of will not to post your usual on the subject must have been colossal
    Brilliant response . . . fighting facts with . . . nothing. A true Brexiteer.

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    I see the UK is getting back to it's pre EU days...strikes and high inflation... reminds me of the 1970s.

    I hope you're all enjoying it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    I hope you're all enjoying it...
    The unions are, their barons have had little to do for 2 decades but collect their 100k plus salaries.

    Now troy are you blaming current inflation on Brexit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    I see the UK is getting back to it's pre EU days...strikes and high inflation... reminds me of the 1970s.

    I hope you're all enjoying it...
    If only one had a community to possibly help you out . . .
    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    Brexit
    Bingo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    If only one had a community to possibly help you out . . .
    How would the EU help with industrial action and high inflation you fukin loon, you are a blathering idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    you fukin loon
    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    you are a blathering idiot
    Words hurt, drunkard . . . put the bottle down and go to sleep . . . or are you still pretending to be in Thailand . . . or is it Cyprus with your ex-SAS mates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    How would the EU help with industrial action and high inflation you fukin loon, you are a blathering idiot.
    You can't answer your own comment, much like your two week tirade over Germany not not being reliant on Russian oil and gas.

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    Still angry . . . making shit up . . . and laughing like an idiot . . . a drunk idiot


    Stop drinking

    Are you back in the UK or still pretending to be in Thailand? Either way it's very, very early or very, very late.

    Another 200-post binge post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    How would the EU help with industrial action and high inflation you fukin loon, you are a blathering idiot.
    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    You can't answer your own comment, much like your two week tirade over Germany not not being reliant on Russian oil and gas.
    Can't answer, what a loon.

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    Still angry and drunk at 2 a.m.

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    As I have been reminding folks, Brexit has underpinned everything bad that has transpired since 2016, the loss of unfettered trade, the loss of a significant labour supply and the loss of investment have all compounded the misery of a dying Brexitory government inflicting further chaos on the country.

    And how bad is it? Sterling now trading at US$1.16 is the final proof.

    Parity beckons, as I speculated several years ago.
    Last edited by Seekingasylum; 01-09-2022 at 09:01 PM.

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    UK is definitely being financially challenged re exchange rates and inflation etc. I’m not sure we can blame it all on Brexit as Europe is looking pretty sick as well.
    However I would accept that Brexit has been a factor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    I see the UK is getting back to it's pre EU days...strikes and high inflation... reminds me of the 1970s.

    I hope you're all enjoying it...
    I fail to see how there's a possibility of a monetary policy exit from those conditions like there was in the 80's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    I fail to see how there's a possibility of a monetary policy exit from those conditions like there was in the 80's
    You fail at most things child. Stop wittering about nonsensical trivia. Go and look at holiday brochures or some thing equally challenging for you. This topic is clearly beyond you.

    Trying to derail the topic, or wander off on your own path, is one of your favourite games. This is in Speakers, not the dog house where your immature ramblings belong.
    Last edited by Switch; 02-09-2022 at 12:25 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    Stop wittering about nonsensical trivia.
    To be fair, Backspit was musing about discussing Malthusian post-economic social strategies with chickens on another thread. At least he keeps an open mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    To be fair, Backspit was musing about discussing Malthusian post-economic social strategies with chickens on another thread. At least he keeps an open mind.
    An open might might be commendable, were the contents not virtually empty/worthless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    You can't answer your own comment, much like your two week tirade over Germany not not being reliant on Russian oil and gas.
    You are aware that the German government shut the gas off with its own 2 hands right ?

    You are also aware that if it was up to Russia, not only nord stream 1 would be flowing , but nord stream 2 would be flowing 100% output too?

    So. Tell us again how big of a problem Russian gas is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    I fail to see how there's a possibility of a monetary policy exit from those conditions like there was in the 80's
    The same route is still available, a route discussed at length in the Macmillan era that many seem to have forgotton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    I fail to see how
    Quite.

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