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Ed Kandi

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Re: O/T In or out
« Reply #435 on: October 02, 2016, 11:00:05 AM »
Article 50 invoked before the end of March 2017  8)

Pete B

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Re: O/T In or out
« Reply #436 on: October 02, 2016, 02:06:09 PM »
Rubbish timing for us - German elections next year. Not much meaningful can be decided in 2017 with those going on, so I would expect the immediate negotiations to be that the negotiations can go on longer than two years.

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Re: O/T In or out
« Reply #437 on: October 02, 2016, 09:40:49 PM »
As long as it is not April 1st ;)
Never keep up with the Joneses, drag them down to your level ...............it's cheaper.

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« Reply #438 on: October 03, 2016, 04:40:02 PM »
From William Hill:-

Brexit in 2019 1/6
Before that 13/2
Not before 2020 13/2

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Re: O/T In or out
« Reply #439 on: October 12, 2016, 01:50:50 PM »
Shares at an all time high.

£ at the lowest level since 1985

Confusing or what?
Never keep up with the Joneses, drag them down to your level ...............it's cheaper.

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« Reply #440 on: October 12, 2016, 02:20:34 PM »
Shares at an all time high.

£ at the lowest level since 1985

Confusing or what?

More concerning to Patter followers  JCB have withdrawn from the CBI !!!!

Will this have any effect on miele,s  granddad ?

Pete B

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Re: O/T In or out
« Reply #441 on: October 12, 2016, 02:34:40 PM »

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Re: O/T In or out
« Reply #442 on: October 12, 2016, 02:35:20 PM »
Shares at an all time high.

£ at the lowest level since 1985

Confusing or what?

Not really.  The shares appear cheaper to foreign investors who buy more of them which pushes the price up. we end up with more of our companies owned by offshore parties......hardly the "taking back control" that the Brexiteers were harping on about?

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Re: O/T In or out
« Reply #443 on: October 12, 2016, 02:39:14 PM »
Whitehall officials believe the UK may need to make big payments to the EU to secure preferential trading terms after Brexit, BBC Newsnight has learned.
During the EU referendum, Vote Leave claimed leaving the EU could save the UK £350m a week in contributions.
But an unnamed cabinet minister has told Newsnight that the UK may end up "paying quite a lot" of that money to secure access to the single market.
United we stand..................

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« Reply #444 on: October 12, 2016, 07:46:10 PM »
Whitehall officials believe the UK may need to make big payments to the EU to secure preferential trading terms after Brexit, BBC Newsnight has learned.
During the EU referendum, Vote Leave claimed leaving the EU could save the UK £350m a week in contributions.
But an unnamed cabinet minister has told Newsnight that the UK may end up "paying quite a lot" of that money to secure access to the single market.

we import more than we export.
pound is low so imports costs are high..our goods appear cheap.
do Germany and France etc really want to stop selling cars in UK??
Food may rise...but that will be Spanish tomatoes, french caulis Dutch mushrooms, Brazilian beef....maybe we might eat more home grown food
(i was told today from a couple of wholesalers that prices may rise by up to 20% in my game (non food)...most of what we use is from USA or Far East)

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« Reply #445 on: October 12, 2016, 08:53:35 PM »
(i was told today from a couple of wholesalers that prices may rise by up to 20% in my game (non food)...most of what we use is from USA or Far East)

Inflations part of your game I thought.....

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Re: O/T In or out
« Reply #446 on: October 13, 2016, 08:41:27 AM »
I wonder what inflation would have to hit before a clear majority of people think this is a very bad idea? More than 5% but less than 10%, I reckon.

Ed Kandi

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Re: O/T In or out
« Reply #447 on: October 13, 2016, 10:23:47 AM »
Judicial Review Permission Hearing today, requesting permission for a JR of the decision to invoke Article 50 without a vote in the Commons.
If permission is granted we can forget Theresa May's end of March 2017 deadline for signing A50, unless they are able to fast-track the process  which seems unlikely. :police:

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Re: O/T In or out
« Reply #448 on: October 13, 2016, 03:15:19 PM »
But would anyone have supported a JR if the answer had been the other way?

Mickey Nuttells Hair

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Re: O/T In or out
« Reply #449 on: October 13, 2016, 03:42:36 PM »
But would anyone have supported a JR if the answer had been the other way?

This is exactly why I find discussing the entire subject now pointless. 

There would not have been a JR as we would not have been looking to invoke A50 as we would have voted remain!

THE POINT of the JR is not to stop leaving, thats done - decided - literally nobody is saying change it.  The issue, the JR, is to stop a quick reactionary exit which is ill thought out and not properly considered.  IF the PMs plan (and its not even the governments or the ministers plan as non of them agree) is so good why can it not be debated, voted on, in the commons. 
WE HAVE TAKEN BACK CONTROL remember, let's use it  ;)  :dan