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Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
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52%
  
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16%
  
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion
2%
  



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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Gavros 9:54 Mon Jun 25
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Would have thought you'd known that since it was your industry.

Gavros 9:53 Mon Jun 25
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Thousands are already going and thousands more will follow.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:49 Mon Jun 25
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Outside of the EU.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:48 Mon Jun 25
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I care about both, CM.

That's why I want to eat cheap grub from outside of the UK and have the satisfaction that I'm improving lives also.

Now, as I've answered any question put to me, how about you telling us how many city jobs have been lost because of Brexit (so, no, you can't have the Citibank ones that were going to Dublin in any case)? Also, please let us know how the fuck you know what's going on in UK supermarket's food aisles.

Capitol Man 9:46 Mon Jun 25
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:43 Mon Jun 25
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Wait - so do you care about British people or people in the rest of the world. Make your mind up surface or people might thing you're talking crap.

Hammer and Pickle 9:45 Mon Jun 25
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Are you very ANGRY about this, Zero?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:44 Mon Jun 25
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There's a lot of fanciful assertion going on on the pro-EU side, compared with the HARD FIGURES that us leavers are backing our arguments, with, that's for sure.

Gavros 9:44 Mon Jun 25
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the third world who's exports to the EU are tariff free?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:43 Mon Jun 25
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Gavros 9:22 Mon Jun 25

EU agricultural tariffs are widely acknowledged as having a major impact oon the quality of life of people in the third world.

What could be more savage than that? They are certainly more savage than will be the UK's tariff on your poncy espresso martini, you effete, racist, fop.

Mike Oxsaw 9:41 Mon Jun 25
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Gavros 9:30 Mon Jun 25

So why is it's primary function aiding states?

Hammer and Pickle 9:34 Mon Jun 25
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The basis of most Brexiter support is thoroughly protectionist and anti-business, with some very clear views that the EU is a LIBERAL FASCIST Bilderberg conspiracy.

Gavros 9:30 Mon Jun 25
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It's not fucking protectionist you minge. The EUs tariffs are amongst the lowest in the world and it has very stringent state aid laws.

Mike Oxsaw 9:23 Mon Jun 25
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Capitol Man 9:18 Mon Jun 25

YOU seem to be assuming that the EU is the only shop in town.

It's protectionist, encourages inefficiencies and stagnates real progress. If it's good for business, then business - and business alone - can fund it, passing off as price cuts or pocketing as profit any savings it makes them.

Gavros 9:22 Mon Jun 25
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haha savage.

what a bell end.

Capitol Man 9:18 Mon Jun 25
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You seem to be basing it on your feelings and emotions though Mike rather than the fact there will be a significant cumulative effect on the spending power of British consumers.

Mike Oxsaw 9:11 Mon Jun 25
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Capitol Man 8:23 Mon Jun 25

You haven't explained why I need to pay for an over-arching administrative organisation to take care of any concerns I have (not SHOULD have, but have) about Belgian gin drinkers.

If the UK can't produce gin any of it's (potential) customers like at a price they are prepared to pay, then maybe it should look into producing something else.

If New Zealand can supply all the lamb the UK needs at a price, including transportation costs, that the UK is prepared to pay, what fucking business is it of the French? Nothing stopping them from improving their farming efficiencies to match those of competitor nations, is there?

Hammer and Pickle 9:07 Mon Jun 25
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SAVAGE EU TARIFFS

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:03 Mon Jun 25
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Capitol Man 9:01 Mon Jun 25

How many, CM?

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:02 Mon Jun 25
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Hammer and Pickle 8:59 Mon Jun 25

Not that surprising H&P. Leave were mentioning this on a daily basis during the campaign. When, incidentally, this debate was already had and settled in favour of Leave.

Capitol Man 9:01 Mon Jun 25
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lots of jobs going to Dublin, Frankfurt, Paris already.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:01 Mon Jun 25
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Capitol Man 8:58 Mon Jun 25

'Except the cost of moving the goods increases dramatically.'

No it doesn't. Freight charges are fuck all. Even with savage EU tariffs we can still get, for instance, Cape Grapes and Maroc oranges. Massive frieght charges don't seem to prevent Kenya undercutting the EU on goods like French Beans, for instance. What the fuck do you know about what's in UK supermarkets, anyway?

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