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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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Prometheus50 12:57 Mon Jun 25
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
classic statement just released by the EU Commssion

* GREEK DEBT NOW SUSTAINABLE IN BASELINE SCENARIO (whatever that is)

but topped by

* GREEK DEBT TO GDP RATIO TO DROP TO 96%/98% IN 2060

2060 ???

the last eastender 12:26 Mon Jun 25
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Mashed

Where you been hiding? We're you banned?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:24 Mon Jun 25
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
REBALANCED ECONOMY

mashed in maryland 12:14 Mon Jun 25
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
PURCHASING POWER

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:20 Mon Jun 25
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Hammer and Pickle 11:06 Mon Jun 25

'a.) don't know what a trade deficit implies for their purchasing power once outside the single market'

Good thing, then, that we are leaving the EU which will tend to reduce the UK/EU deficit.

Prometheus50 11:18 Mon Jun 25
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Capitol Man

On the US/EU trade war, have you noticed the EU seem reluctant to let the WTO decide the legitimacy of the US action ?

Back in 2003, George W Bush attempted to slap tariffs on EU goods, but the EU let the WTO decide, which they did in the EU's favour, because there was at that time no evidence to support the US claim that the EU had any sort of advantage

Since then, the US trade deficit with the EU has widened by over 800%, and this is turn was assisted by the EU's own (justified) tariffs on Chinese steel.

You'll notice that there are ongoing negotiations between China and the US which may or may not lead to an agreement But the EU simply retaliated with its own additional measures despite charge the standard CET of 10% on US imports whilst crying foul on the proposed 2.5% tariff on EU exports to the US

The problem is, as more are becoming increasingly aware, that the EU customs union is a protectionist area and the EU will not even discuss areas such as food and clothing even though its behaviour here is as bad if not worse than China's dumping cheap steel

So a trade war between the US and EU looks increasingly likely and I would say the EU is on no shape to take them on

Hammer and Pickle 11:06 Mon Jun 25
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You clearly believe the people you are talking to

a.) don't know what a trade deficit implies for their purchasing power once outside the single market

and

b.) are stupid enough to believe the EU is going to be in any way "disrupted" by a Brexit in which the UK doesn't take exactly what it is offered by the EU in the exit process.

Anyway, you'd better hope it's not a no-deal scenario because it's your shitty political career on the line, cuntchops.

Prometheus50 10:57 Mon Jun 25
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Capitol Man

Leaving the EU is about leaving the political project which saw two treaties signed by the UK's political leaders without any mandate from the people to do so, that gave legal supremacy to the institutions of the EU over the elected UK Parliament and judicial

It is really that simple

The trading relationship is largely a means of leverage by the EU to try and stop dissenters from taking this course of action There are problems in doing so, but it is also delusional to think the UK cannot function perfectly well outside the EU given that firstly, it has a trade deficit with it, and secondly, provided the UK government doesn't do something really stupid, the EU cannot afford a disruptive Brexit

Hammer and Pickle 10:52 Mon Jun 25
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
"Other countries" won't be trying to "punish" the UK. But then again, not being the kind of rules-based collective that the EU is, they will be giving bands of merry men (in Lincoln Green) like Aaron Banks plenty of opportunity to fuck the British tax payer over in any eventual trade deal.

The choice is playing by the rules or taking advantage of the British public, and we all know what the Brexiter Tories' form is on that score.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:37 Mon Jun 25
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I don't think other countries will be trying to punish us, will they?

So, 'a lot easier' would be the answer.

Capitol Man 2:15 Mon Jun 25
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So given the difficulty in making a deal with the EU, how do we all think those deals with the rest of the world will go?

Will Trump look benevolently on the UK and cut it a break as an FU to Germany and the EU, or will he turn the screw with America first?

Capitol Man 2:13 Mon Jun 25
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Prometheus50 1:32 Sun Jun 24
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron

The fact that they voted to leave was not based on a logic assessment of the costs/benefits.

J.Riddle 1:41 Mon Jun 25
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
FRANCE is the European Union member behind the blocking of the majority of the UK’s Brexit offers to the bloc’s leaders as talks appear to have made very little progress in the last few months, according to one source close to negotiations.

Should have let the Nazis rip em a new one.

Hammer and Pickle 11:18 Sun Jun 24
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You calling me a stupid cunt sort of annoys me Zero.

Well done.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:01 Sun Jun 24
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Hammer and Pickle 12:25 Sun Jun 24

Neither Stoke nor Bridgeport are in the North and Sunderland isn't on Tyneside.

Stupid cunt.

Prometheus50 10:58 Sun Jun 24
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
and the French are seemingly more content being part of an authority that cannot tell the difference between beef and horse meat

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:56 Sun Jun 24
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Hammer and Pickle 11:36 Sun Jun 24

'The Brexit Establishment'

If you're going to tell a lie, you might as well tell a whopper. Who the fuck are the 'Brexit Establishment'

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:52 Sun Jun 24
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the last eastender 1:38 Sun Jun 24

'Lies like the frenchies want to ban our sausages'

No, indeed. After all, the French have no record for keeping a ban on British meat five years after it was perfectly safe to eat and in the knowledge that their own beef was just as riddled with BSE as our own.

Prometheus50 10:13 Sun Jun 24
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It seems Poland are out

Hammer and Pickle 2:17 Sun Jun 24
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I’m not mistaking anything and you’re for the high jump in the event of no deal, pal.

Prometheus50 2:15 Sun Jun 24
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H&P

The EU has not given Greece any debt relief. You are mistaking extended maturity with debt relief

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