Brexit Deal

Wattie

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Did you miss the first sentence?

Stop conflating the EU with the Euro.

Diversifying to be less reliant on EU markets absolutely. However we can do that in or out.

If the Euro collapses we are in a better position to take advantage of it in the EU, with access to markets etc, than outside it. Outside the EU we will find it harder as you can be sure they’ll harden third country access to try and save their internal market.
We’re better out. they’re totally fuck3d.
I don’t wanna be involved in that bunch of political clowns saving their internal market.
For a start, who in Europe will believe them?
It’s a sh1tshow now, so imagine the credibility when it collapses!
 

CatmanV2

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Yup I don’t need advice from someone who used to break wood with his head.
I get a bit tired of the endless hero worship from martial artists and wannabees. He almost certainly never said 99% of the things that are attributed to him on the intertubes and, it seems, when you look a little below the surface, wasn't a very nice person.

But hey, whatever. Everyone needs heroes ;) (*)

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(*) Other chocolate selections are available ;)
 

empzb

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We’re better out. they’re totally fuck3d.
I don’t wanna be involved in that bunch of political clowns saving their internal market.
For a start, who in Europe will believe them?
It’s a sh1tshow now, so imagine the credibility when it collapses!
Because we are in a much better position with most public services on their knees, manufacturing probably at an all time low, currency in the drains, longest working hours in europe (I'm sure I saw that somewhere) services about to lose passporting rights, a whole host of other shizzle. Scotland banging for independence. Border worries in Ireland.

Yup. Go UK. Lol
 

Wattie

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Well the longest working hours in Europe probably explains why Europe is ******. They’re clearly alll not working hard enough.
As for the rest, the grass is always greener, why don’t you move to Europe then.
 
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Wattie

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Stop conflating EU and Euro.

The failed project is the Euro. The idea that you could have a common currency across disparate economies always was a pipe dream. Time to bin it. It’s not need for the EU to function.
So you said this not me.
But u think it’s a good idea to have the UK tied into this via Mays deal or remaining.
Answer
Yes
Or No
Nothing else.
 

philw696

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Well the longest working hours in Europe probably explains why Europe is **. They’re clearly alll not working hard enough.
As for the rest, the grass is always greener, why don’t you move to Europe then.
It suits me living in France and having the opportunity to work around Europe.
 

Wattie

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I get a bit tired of the endless hero worship from martial artists and wannabees. He almost certainly never said 99% of the things that are attributed to him on the intertubes and, it seems, when you look a little below the surface, wasn't a very nice person.

But hey, whatever. Everyone needs heroes ;) (*)

C
(*) Other chocolate selections are available ;)
Probably explains most of the world problems. Clueless people worshipping unqualified hero’s.
He wasn’t even around to see the inter tubes! Honestly it beggars belief, no wonder the world is in this state
I thought this forum had more nous.
 

Wattie

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It suits me living in France and having the opportunity to work around Europe.
Of course, that’s not the debate, free movement and the ability for you to work there is fine. Brexit doesn’t wanna stop that. What I suggest is that u try to work smart and not hard. The problem that Europe has is its prosperity is fake. Unless U realise this and spot the opportunity you’re fair game. Ask yourself where u’d Like to be in 5/10 years, in terms of location etc
Pm me, I’ll give u my view
 

Wattie

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I'll give you a list of some of those unqualified heroes, feel free to add your own.

Nigel Farage
Boris Johnson
Arron Banks
Dominic Cummings
Matthew Elliott
Jacob Rees-Mogg
Mario Draghi
Jean Claude Juncker,
Christine Lagarde (criminal) now in charge of money printing for Eu banks,
Von Der layen (not even on the ballot), sober at least , who wants more Eu.