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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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boltkunt 10:38 Thu Sep 20
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Gavros 6:42 Wed Sep 19

That put you on the back foot didn't it, son?

I know exactly what I;m talking about, it doesn't mean I agree with it.

Side of Ham 10:35 Thu Sep 20
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PRICKle stay out of UK affairs it's nothing to do with you and it's a bit like getting advice on the UK from Ronnie Biggs whilst he was on the run in Brazil.

Concentrate (i don't mean consume stronger alcohol) on getting you own affairs straight now you will have a huge hole in your income once we leave.

Plan without us please, and good luck getting off the booze once you finally fall in it makes you behave like a cunt.

Willtell 10:31 Thu Sep 20
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
I had a debate with Swiss the other day over the IMF forecast by it's leader Christine Lagarde. She forecast doom for the UK and I pointed out her convictions for incompetence to Swiss.

How about this table of incorrect forecasts and just how bad they were from an editor of the Spectator?

https://twitter.com/FraserNelson/status/1042146530654924805

After8 1:48 Thu Sep 20
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
You must be particularly drunk tonight.

"Ruth Gregory of Capital Economics described the August inflation figures as a “nasty surprise”, but pointed out that most of the increases were in goods and services where pricing can fluctuate from month to month.

She added that the surprisingly high inflation figure “does not alter our view” that the trend in inflation would continue to fall and predicted that CPI inflation would be back at 2 per cent “by this time next year”.

Hammer and Pickle 11:57 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Fuck me, it's started already

https://www.ft.com/content/436ac854-bbe4-11e8-8274-55b72926558f

UK consumer inflation accelerates in August
Unexpectedly sharp rise in prices backs up Bank of England’s decision to raise rates

Chris Giles, Economics Editor 14 MINUTES AGO Print this page80

Inflation in the UK rose more sharply than expected in August, because of higher travel fares and more expensive clothes, vindicating the Bank of England’s attempt to cool the economy last month by raising interest rates.

Inflation, measured by the consumer price index, increased to 2.7 per cent from an already strong rate of 2.5 per cent in July after many economists expected a drop to 2.4 per cent in August.

The rise also reflects the fall in the value of sterling over the summer, which led to higher petrol prices and the cost of other imports and limited the real value of any gains in wages.

The pound, which jumped above $1.32 for the first time since July on the inflation data, later lost its gains after Theresa May, prime minister, signalled that she would reject a revised Brexit offer from the EU on the Irish border issue.

Ruth Gregory of Capital Economics described the August inflation figures as a “nasty surprise”, but pointed out that most of the increases were in goods and services where pricing can fluctuate from month to month.

She added that the surprisingly high inflation figure “does not alter our view” that the trend in inflation would continue to fall and predicted that CPI inflation would be back at 2 per cent “by this time next year”.

While most City economists agreed with Ms Gregory that there were several one-off factors in the unexpected rise in inflation, some noted that the gains underpinned the BoE’s thinking that the economy cannot withstand even mediocre growth without substantial inflationary pressure.

Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said: “The Bank of England’s decision to raise rates in August looks eerily prescient given the surge in inflation and growth over the summer.”

Ilaria Maselli
The risk of a UK recession is growing
If inflation is more deeply ingrained in the UK economy than previously thought, and if sterling’s renewed weakness is again being passed on to consumers, the BoE is likely to firm up its plans for further interest rate rises.

These will still be limited and gradual, but potentially the next increase could come in the new year.

The Office for National Statistics said: “Consumers paid more for theatre shows, sea fares and new season autumn clothing last month. However, mobile phone charges, and furniture and household goods had a downward effect on inflation.”

Inflation, measured by the retail price index, which is used in the £400bn index-linked government bond market, rose to an annual rate of 3.5 per cent, its highest rate since February.

The sharp rise in consumer prices came as house price inflation fell to its lowest level in five years. Across the UK, house prices were only 3.1 per cent higher in the year to July than a year earlier, the lowest increase since August 2013.

The slowdown has come from particular weakness in house prices in London and the south-east of England. In London, house prices fell at an annual rate of 0.7 per cent with flats particularly hard hit.

DocMarten 11:14 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Brexit Doomsayer Ryanair Forges Ahead With U.K. Expansion Plan
2018-09-12 15:47:44.346 GMT


By Benjamin Katz, Anna Edwards and Christopher Jasper
(Bloomberg) -- One of the fiercest corporate critics of
Brexit is doubling down on the U.K.
Ryanair Holdings Plc chief Michael O’Leary said Wednesday
his company will add 23 destinations at four London airports for
its summer 2019 timetable, to be introduced days after Britain
is due to quit the European Union on March 29. Passenger numbers
at the bases are forecast to gain 5 percent to 26 million.
In unveiling the plan, O’Leary conceded that any groundings
caused by a so-called no-deal Brexit would probably last a
matter of days -- if only because even hardliners would be cowed
into reinstating services by a public backlash.
“We don’t think those disruptions will last very long
because they are politically unsaleable both to the British
electorate and the EU electorate,” O’Leary told Bloomberg
Television. “Even Jacob Rees-Mogg and some of the crazier wing
of the Brexiteers will struggle to explain why there are no
flights,” he added, referring to the chairman of the European
Research Group of euroskeptic Conservatives.
O’Leary, who once warned that Britons would be limited to
Irish ferry journeys and Scottish road trips after Brexit, said
Ryanair remains “very concerned” about the chances of an non-
negotiated schism that could idle flights. Other industry chiefs
and U.K. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling have said they see
little likelihood of services being grounded.

Kick the Can

Should it be impossible to secure a definitive agreement in
the time available, the carrier is in favor of a proposed 21-
month transition deal guaranteeing the status quo. “At least we
kick the can down the road,” O’Leary said, adding that he
expects Prime Minister Theresa May to be overthrown by
Christmas, with a pro-Brexit successor taking charge and having
to buy time for further talks.
The 57-year-old Irishman struck a conciliatory tone when
asked about the hacking of almost 400,000 customer accounts at
rival British Airways, and even the performance of Grayling.
“I am no longer in the position given the job I’ve done
over the last 12 months to be haranguing others about the job
they’re doing,” he said. “I have enough to do myself at Ryanair
and clearly I need to improve my own performance.”
The carrier has faced a year-long industrial dispute
involving pilots and flight attendants that’s seen hundreds of
flights scrapped and demand and fares slide. In the most recent
strike in Germany the company has cancelled a third of services
from its 11 bases after negotiations on pay and contracts
failed.
Still, O’Leary -- whose current mandate as CEO expires in
mid-2019 -- said Ryanair’s board wouldn’t have too tough a task
in persuading him to stay on.
“It’s been a challenging year,” he said. “But challenging
years are in many respects the most fun.”

Hammer and Pickle 11:01 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Cake producers who are ready to work for free will be happy too.

Nurse Ratched 10:59 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Kopparberg to produce clear in the uk?


So no sign of Beerxit :-)

mashed in maryland 10:54 Wed Sep 19
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https://news.sky.com/story/kopparberg-to-produce-cider-in-the-uk-over-brexit-fears-11501450

Bloody Brexit.

Mike Oxsaw 9:36 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
OK - at least it's not somebody running scared from a Nigerian cat-fucker who's based themselves in Hackney.

Gavros 9:31 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
I dunno sounds like some peado cunt.

Mike Oxsaw 9:23 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
What about if you own property on 3 continents (that you don't need to rent out to cover the costs) and only work because you want to, rather then you have to. Who are you then?

Dwight Van Mann 9:11 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Do you dress like Noel Fielding and regularly offer to wank off James O'Brien?

If yes you're Gavros.

Gavros 9:07 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
its fairly easy to find out who you are

Are you an old, bitter cunt, who in a last fit of rage in the dying of the light has made it their sworn objective to be as nasty and argumentative about anything to as many people as possible?

If yes youre Zero

Do you enjoy driving your for Orion to the David Lloyd centre to play a game of squash?

If yes youre Goose

Did you once rise to the lofty heights of estate agent in the Lougton area?

If yes youre Bolty

mashed in maryland 9:04 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
I'm not even mashed in maryland, I'm ISTT.

Not IWTO though.

Mike Oxsaw 8:54 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Oh, fuck! Who am I then?

Dwight Van Mann 8:53 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
No, I'm Mashed

Mike Oxsaw 8:52 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Thank fuck for that. Up until the referendum I thought I was zero.

Gavros 8:49 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
youre Mashed.

Mike Oxsaw 8:43 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Ooh! Ooh! Is this round 2 of "Which poster is who?"

Can I play? Can I? Can I???

OK, Who am I?

(Hint: "A cunt" is not the answer. A cunt is what I am, not who I am. Glad to help.)

Dwight Van Mann 8:42 Wed Sep 19
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Swiss - careful tonight it's a bit blowy out, you might want to get some extra concrete blocks to hold the caravan down you fucking clown.

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