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Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
33%
  
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
50%
  
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
15%
  
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
3%
  



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 1:16 Fri Jul 20
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H&P

With the US economy nearing full employment and with 10 years now passed since the crash and the deflationary vortex that required QE to repair, it is imperative that a full normal monetary policy is in place ahead of the slowdown

Trumps intervention is not helpful because if the Fed were to reverse its current path to lower rates (US Fed Funds are at 2% whereas the ECB is still mired at 0.25% despite the forced ending of QE), the effect would likely overheat the US economy and cause a much sharper increase in rates that would effect a credit crunch

That is why the Fed need to manage a slowdown now. The the ECB cycle is about 2 years out of kilter is neither here nor there and is something the ECB will have to deal with

The point is that with unemployment in the Eurozone currently at 9.1% and debt to GDP at 83.2% at this point of the cycle, the slowdown will impact those number negatively and the popular shift against the EU will gather pace

Side of Ham 1:12 Fri Jul 20
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'Foreigners' can be all colours and creeds Scouse.

For instance, there's Polish, French, Nigerian, Indian etc....


Tell me where this is racist now?

Stop posting Scouse you are an utter joke of a man.

Swiss. 1:03 Fri Jul 20
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Mike

You think all foreigners send all their money back home and don't spend money in the UK. Just admit it and not try and wrangle out of it based on "these" in a grammatical context.

You know know what you meant. Be a man and own up? Admit you're a racist.

Where do you go to Uni Mike?

Hammer and Pickle 1:03 Fri Jul 20
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The global economy is nowhere near any peak as recognised by any normal real world measure (demand pull inflation of especially capital goods, overproduction, full employment etc). Instead politically fuelled instability in the form of Trump’s interventionist antics and Brexit are creating conditions for weak investor and consumer confidence.

Italy is not about to leave the euro.

Coffee 1:01 Fri Jul 20
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Prometheus50 12:57 Fri Jul 20

Thanks.

Side of Ham 1:00 Fri Jul 20
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Yeah Prom scouse is sitting in his Novatel room with his imaginary friends waiting for your response!!!!

Mike Oxsaw 1:00 Fri Jul 20
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"I still don't get why a Pakistani calls himself Swiss."

Maybe he can't spell "Pakistani"?

Mike Oxsaw 12:57 Fri Jul 20
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Swiss. 11:11 Fri Jul 20

All you've done there is prove that you don't (or can't/won't) understand the impact of the word "these" has on that phrase.

You're clearly trying to reinforce the fact that you struggle with English, best you don't make your situation any worse by trying to prove that your IQ & shoe size are fully interchangeable.

Prometheus50 12:57 Fri Jul 20
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Coffee

Unlikely in the short term primarily because Germany won't let them under the current political makeup of Europe

But the global economy is at the peak of this cycle with interest rates going up and the ECB is now powerless to do QE for around the next 10 years, so depending on how the slowdown is handled (and Trump attacking the Fed on interest rates is a concern because a normal monetary policy would be desirable even at this stage)

A sharp slowdown and increase in the popular shift against the EU will change the political dynamic at national level (unless the EU finally wakes up to its fundamental design flaws and splits the single currency) The countries like Italy and Spain, whose unemployment levels, as high as they are now, will be even higher, are likely to decide enough and leave

Hammer and Pickle 12:54 Fri Jul 20
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
That will be the local wry sense of humour, Brenty. I know this as my first youthful squeeze was from Eastwood (cracking rack too).

Swiss. 12:47 Fri Jul 20
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Prometheus50. We are waiting ????

Coffee 12:46 Fri Jul 20
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Prometheus50 12:38 Fri Jul 20

What do you think the chances are of Italy leaving the EU in the near future?

13 Brentford Rd 12:43 Fri Jul 20
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.....because it was common knowledge apparently H&P,
It's what people were saying. Could be wrong and you could be right I suppose.

Hammer and Pickle 12:42 Fri Jul 20
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
That was not remotely my assertion, which is you are UKIP’s chief WHO economics spokesperson charged with trolling and disinformation.

Anyway, I was talking about Germany’s rising per capita GDP, which has, contrary to your dribble, accelerated with immigration.

Prometheus50 12:38 Fri Jul 20
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
H&P

Given you asserted yesterday that GDP was a measure of wage inflation, and you defy the axiom that excess supply depresses prices, are you going for third time lucky that Italy will not leave the single currency ?

Side of Ham 12:30 Fri Jul 20
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Your opinion Prickle is pretty well redundant on this subject.

In desperation, you'll lie to try to be right about something nobody knows the outcome of as it hasn't happened yet.

Nothing but 'The End Is Nigh' billboard carrier is what you are on here Prickle.

Hammer and Pickle 12:10 Fri Jul 20
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Italy is not about to leave the Euro any more than German wages are being depressed by immigrant labour.

Another day, another jar of snake oil.

Side of Ham 12:06 Fri Jul 20
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Would you quantify yourself to a known liar like yourself Prickle?

No didn't think so.....

Prometheus50 12:05 Fri Jul 20
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Swiss

Take a look at the latest ECB Target 2 balances below

http://sdw.ecb.europa.eu/reports.do?node=1000004859

If Italy leaves the single currency, what do you think happens to those balances ?

Hammer and Pickle 12:03 Fri Jul 20
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
They didn’t register for work in the UK when still in Poland because they couldn’t. The system required they do so at a DSS on arrival in the UK.

Why did you decide they had been bussed in to sign on Brenty?

13 Brentford Rd 11:49 Fri Jul 20
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I don't believe your claim that EU nationals have to literally come to the UK to register before they actually move here.

So I can't imagine what else they were doing here at the DSS?

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