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Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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Side of Ham 6:30 Wed Oct 18
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Shame she was getting good ratings with the Poles.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:28 Wed Oct 18
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Hammer and Pickle 6:06 Wed Oct 18

Seeing as we only have history to compare UK rates and their effect on the UK economy with then 'historically' is what we'll go with.

In other news, Pickled thinks companies make business investment decision based on morbid fear of 1 1/4 per cent interest rates.

Emergency ultra-low levels of rates have to end one day, unless the EU has manufactured a situation where we are in a perpetual emergency.

Could be.

Nurse Ratched 6:23 Wed Oct 18
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Since Jackie Chanski has been on the scene, Mrs Pickle hasn't managed to keep her seat safe.

Willtell 6:20 Wed Oct 18
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Interesting...

A new Ipsos-MORI poll has reinforced the fact that the overwhelming majority of the British public want levels of migration brought down.

37% of those asked said that they wanted migration “reduced a lot” with a further 23% saying they wanted numbers brought down “a little”.

Just 8% of people want to see any increase in levels of migration and 27% want things to remain as they are.

The 2015 poll showed much the same figures -
40% "immigration reduced a lot" 22% "a little" and 10% an increase.

Hammer and Pickle 6:16 Wed Oct 18
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Anyway, 0.25% will pretty much be curtains for this circus we call this government and with it what remains of the Tory's reputation as a steady hand with the economy.

And all because a few cunts wanted to keep their seats safe.

Hammer and Pickle 6:06 Wed Oct 18
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I suggest you have not the slightest idea what kind of margins companies operate. Not only do you expect sterling depreciation to keep UK exports profitable but you now claim 100 basis points is "nothing, basically".

Oh you said historically, so you weren't making a point about the economy or people's jobs or livelihoods today.

That's cleared that one up as well. You are an economic illiterate, Zero.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 5:56 Wed Oct 18
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Hammer and Pickle 5:19 Wed Oct 18

'Why not raise them 100 basis points'

Ooh! 'Basis points'. Hark at Pickled pretending he's a money market expert.

That's one (1) (ONE) percentage point to the rest of us. Leaving rates at a terrifying (yes, TERRIFYING) 1.25%. Or, historically speaking, nothing, basically.

DaveT 5:39 Wed Oct 18
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Willtell. Cunt just winds my up. .

Hammer and Pickle 5:29 Wed Oct 18
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You're a fucking imbecile, Dave.

Willtell 5:28 Wed Oct 18
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The bloke is a grade A stupid cunt Dave T. Hardly worth the trouble mate...

DaveT 5:27 Wed Oct 18
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Ooh and you won't be loaded as you are not in the UK and am sure you have no investments here as you believe we are going belly up

DaveT 5:25 Wed Oct 18
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Fucking hell. Is there nothing you won't disagree with? And why do you counter with such a stupid example? Thick cunt.

Hammer and Pickle 5:19 Wed Oct 18
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Quite right.

Genus plan.

Why not raise them 100 basis points instead of just the 25 and have done with it?

We'll all be loaded.

DaveT 4:55 Wed Oct 18
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And savers will have more money to spend which will help the economy

Willtell 2:46 Wed Oct 18
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Hammer and Pickle 2:33 Wed Oct 18
"If I'm wrong than by all means show me how, but so far it's been nothing but Cargo Cult ritual droning and name-calling backed by nothing of substance."


Yes that's exactly what all those in favour of Brexit, think of your more intelligent posts. When will you ever post something of substance?

Hammer and Pickle 2:44 Wed Oct 18
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But why are you asking me if you claim I'm thick, Dave?

Hammer and Pickle 2:41 Wed Oct 18
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People in the UK will have to pay more on the borrowings they made at the lower rate while those in the EU will not.

The pound will firm up a little but most of that will have already been discounted. Continued policy drift and uncertainty will further drain the economy of cash while the current account will remain in deficit. In short, the respite for sterling will be both painful and brief.

Johnson 2:35 Wed Oct 18
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If UK interest rates rise 0.25% as expected in Nov Thickle, what do you think will happen?

Hammer and Pickle 2:33 Wed Oct 18
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Also if there is something to say on the folly of hard Brexit and currency inflation without a very, very good long-term plan for domestic investment, I'll say it.

If I'm wrong than by all means show me how, but so far it's been nothing but Cargo Cult ritual droning and name-calling backed by nothing of substance.

Johnson 2:22 Wed Oct 18
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How many drinks so far today Thickle?

I'm going to go for 5, just enough to take the edge off your post-Tuesday session hangover.

Willtell 2:21 Wed Oct 18
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Ahh! back to intelligent debate at last...

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