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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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Gavros 1:18 Fri Jun 22
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Front page of tomorrow's Times

"Airbus prepares to take flight"


Another Brexit dividend.

riosleftsock 12:17 Fri Jun 22
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Southern Europeans will eventually rebel against this, they will become useless voters to the EU, so best they are replaced with some folk who have gained from the system and wish to perpetuate it, its a pyramid scheme that punishes those at the bottom as long as it can find poorer people to replace them with.

Enjoy. The Barcelona agreement was voted for by nobody.

Neither was the recent shady accord in Marrakech.

riosleftsock 12:15 Fri Jun 22
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The EU plan for southern europe is to devalue their economies instead of the currency.

When the average wage falls so low that the locals have to flee to northern europe to seek work, cheap manufacturing will be relocated there and will need workers who will be prepared to work for very low wages.

Now where might those workers be found? Perhaps Germany and France could arrange for some sort of ferry service to ship cheap unskilled labour into europe, hold them for a while and then ship them down to the slave sates in the south......

Mike Oxsaw 11:31 Thu Jun 21
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"It internally invests the hard currency, removes labour market barriers and takes advantage of the stability afforded by its stronger partners."

It doesn't HAVE any "stronger partners", so, it sucks all the wealth creating capabilities out of the weaker countries in order to feed it's fat cats.. Fucking way to go.

Nations need to be unshackled - what is good for those of northern Europe brings only death and pestilence on it's southern inhabitants.

Prometheus50 11:28 Thu Jun 21
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Yup. I see three people at the most on this thread in the last 20 minutes.

BRANDED 11:21 Thu Jun 21
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Is that a fucking joke? The stupid old cunt.

Hammer and Pickle 11:18 Thu Jun 21
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He reckons you are me wearing women’s clothing, YmbG.

Not all there the boy.

You must be Gary 11:16 Thu Jun 21
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What are you blathering on about now you shit cunt?

Prometheus50 11:15 Thu Jun 21
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Branded confirms the answer

Prometheus50 11:14 Thu Jun 21
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YMBG

Are you H&P’s alter cross dresser ?

Prometheus50 11:14 Thu Jun 21
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YMBG

Are you H&P alter cross dresser ?

BRANDED 11:13 Thu Jun 21
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You must be Gary 11:10 Thu Jun 21
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He's such a boring fucking cunt. Like Ponceson and Ratched and Zero. Boring cunts. Wouldnt know how to tell a joke if it was rammed up their fucking arses. Boring almost dead cunts with nothing to offer.

You must be Gary 11:10 Thu Jun 21
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Prometheus, you are one boring cunt. You have never once posted anything about football here on a football forum. Fuck off somewhere else if all you want to post about is politics.

Preferably onto a motorway, in front of a lorry

Hammer and Pickle 11:07 Thu Jun 21
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It internally invests the hard currency, removes labour market barriers and takes advantage of the stability afforded by its stronger partners.

The problem with you, is not only do you sell snake oil but you are incapable of any kind of partnership. And you are going to fuck the country up until we get rid of you.

Piss off now - had it talking to you, creep.

Prometheus50 11:02 Thu Jun 21
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H&P

How does a country reform when it is subsidising the country against which it is benchmarked ?

Hammer and Pickle 11:00 Thu Jun 21
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Yep.

It’s tough when you have the perfect opportunity to attract investment by reforming your labour market conditions but fail to do so.

It’s never too late to start though, and nobody in their right mind is leaving the EU because they’re not productive enough to handle a hard currency.

Oh hold on...

Prometheus50 10:54 Thu Jun 21
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H&P

When the German (and French) banks were faced with ruin as Greece looked set to default on the massive loans pumped by them into a country they surely knew could never repay, the EU bailed them out billing the cost to the Greek economy

10 years on and the same German banks appeared not to have learned any lessons as the Italian economy is weighed down with Euro denominated debt But Italy is far bigger than Greece and those who lent to it cannot be bailed out. So what do the Germans demand ? A bail in which they threaten to wipe out all Italian household savings at a stroke.

That is why the Germans are once again despised in Europe. Their self serving hypocrisy is clear for all with eyes who want to see. 26 EU member states taking all the risk, all the debt and all the misery whilst Germany continues to enrich itself whilst paying nothing

It cannot last

Mike Oxsaw 10:50 Thu Jun 21
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There were no successful currencies before the single currency (even a 7-year old knows this) and there will be no successful currencies after it, should it fail (you may have to be 8 or 9 to grasp that concep...sorry...FACT).

Hammer and Pickle 10:39 Thu Jun 21
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Any economy “crushed” by a strong currency has such a weak internal structure that a weak currency would merely hasten its collapse. The problem with the eurozone is elsewhere, and lies in a lack sticks to drive members’ elites towards Hartz-type reforms.

You ought to know this perfectly well yet you continue to trot out absolute bollocks about internal devaluation as unemployment. It’s absolute economic snake-oil you sell, bought only by fat racists and half-wits.

Turn it in.

Prometheus50 10:31 Thu Jun 21
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H&P

Greece has been crushed by the single currency and sacrificed as a weak periphery member to save the single currency

How many Greek sovereign bonds did the ECB buy as part of its QE programme ?

Eurozone debt to GDP is sky high outside of the Teutonic block for one simple reason. To maintain parity with the German economy which benchmarks the single currency (remember the ERM was struck with the DEM the fulcrum) because their economies have to devalue internally (high unemployment etc) as currency devaluation is no longer an option and the Germans still refuse to pay a penny for the subsidy they got for their exports

So eventually this structure built on sand will collapse

Hammer and Pickle 10:21 Thu Jun 21
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Nurzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzze Ratched.

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