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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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only1billybonds 1:42 Tue Jan 21
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Coffe,Trunds and Zoso.

Tread very very carefully,you are taking on a 'feared contributor'who thus far has revealed he can have the (Tory) cabinet arrested,see JRM thrown in jail along with Boris and stop the likes of Johnson,MIM and Crassus posting on this site again.
Along with the pound reaching parity with the euro of course and the uk in general turning into a dystopian wasteland.

None of which has happened of course but still,you are fighting with one of the big hitters so take care.

Coffee 1:39 Tue Jan 21
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End of the month - cheque

Coffee 1:39 Tue Jan 21
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End of the month - cheque

riosleftsock 1:37 Tue Jan 21
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What a surprise, the FT have gone for a diversity hire.

Female - check
Muslim - check
Foreign - check

Coffee 1:36 Tue Jan 21
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Are we witnessing a u-turn?

Hammer and Pickle 1:33 Tue Jan 21
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Failure to stay in close alignment with the EU will trigger very severe recession in the UK, Twundle.

Everyone knows this.

Today, according to that text nobody at the IMF thinks this will occur, which is really, really, massively good news, not only for you but everyone concerned, and that happens to include yours truly.

Only fly in the ointment is, me old chum, all this great news does happen to be in direct contradiction to what is coming out of Downing Street. And that is clearly designed to make you feel good (as the the sorry mess you are) because we have been told to expect no (NO) EU alignment.

Kaiser Zoso 1:29 Tue Jan 21
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I look forward to getting to know you better




Bwahahahahashahah

Coffee 1:27 Tue Jan 21
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Shall we all post extracts from emails we've received from subscriber lists?

Lee Trundle 1:24 Tue Jan 21
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That circular email sent to probably over a million or more people they have on their database has certainly shown me up.

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Hammer and Pickle 1:19 Tue Jan 21
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Funny that, Twundle 'cos I just got this from their new editor (of course they sent it to all subscribers, but the joke is rather on you)

"I am writing to you on my first day as editor of the Financial Times to say how excited and privileged I feel to take the reins at one of the world’s great news organisations.
I have spent 25 years at the FT covering world affairs, from the Iraq war and Arab Spring to the US-China trade dispute and forging of new global silk roads. As deputy editor for the last three years, I have been responsible for the FT’s wider news agenda and the big business stories that have shaped the world.
Our readers depend on the FT to make strategic decisions during a period of global disruption and upheaval. It is our mission to ensure that the FT helps you separate important facts from the noise.
I am passionate about the FT’s role as the champion of independent, analytical and international journalism: you can expect the FT to remain a source of truth as we guide you through the turbulence of populism, trade disputes, tech wars and climate change. There is much to unravel in this emerging new agenda.
I want to thank Lionel Barber, who leaves the FT in great shape after a remarkable 35-year career at the paper and 14 years as editor, as well as our 600 journalists around the world who deliver the stories that count.
Most of all, I want to thank you for your loyal support of the FT’s mission and quality journalism. Holding the powerful to account and promoting principled leadership are essential as we enter this new decade and a new chapter. We could not do it without you.
I look forward to getting to know you better.
Roula Khalaf"

Lee Trundle 1:17 Tue Jan 21
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Do you think it'll work as well as their shot across the UK's bow when the IMF predicted Brexit would trigger UK recession a few years ago, Pickled?

Kaiser Zoso 1:17 Tue Jan 21
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Oh dear, more bad news

BERLIN (Reuters) - The trade deal struck by the United States and China will divert trade away from European exporters, experts said on Tuesday, and Germany is likely to be affected the most.

Washington and Beijing last week reached a truce in their 18-month trade war, which slowed global economic growth and increased business uncertainty. The initial agreement calls for China to buy more U.S. goods and services.

The Phase 1 agreement will redirect global trade flows and cut demand for European goods worth nearly $11 billion, said Gabriel Felbermayr, president of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy.

The European Union is now checking to see whether the agreement complies with the rules of the World Trade Organization (WTO).

“Among the EU countries, Germany is particularly affected, and among the sectors, especially aircraft and vehicle manufacturing,” Felbermayr said.

Hammer and Pickle 1:15 Tue Jan 21
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Of course, the way the real people out there will read the IMF text is as a shot across BJ's bows. They will see the legend as follows:

"Play by the EU rules, make sure you stay in close alignment with the SM, and we expect you to grow at around 1.4%. Fail to do that (as you have been saying you will) and all bets are off. Suck it up, fatstuff."

Jaan Kenbrovin 1:14 Tue Jan 21
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Hammer and Pickle 1:02 Tue Jan 21

Thanks for confirming the good news.

Lee Trundle 1:12 Tue Jan 21
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It really isn't difficult to see why Pickled was laughed off the Financial Times website.

Coffee 1:07 Tue Jan 21
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Hammer and Pickle 1:02 Tue Jan 21

Still, nothing like your dire predictions that populate much of this thread.

Side of Ham 1:04 Tue Jan 21
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Pickle, ain’t you got some cuckolding to guzzle up? It is your winter over there and not much else to do....?

Hammer and Pickle 1:02 Tue Jan 21
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Anyway, a quick Google perusal reveals, not that any of that will get past the conditioning:

"Growth in the euro area is projected to pick up from 1.2 percent in 2019 to 1.3 percent in 2020 (a downward revision of 0.1 percentage point) and 1.4 percent in 2021. Projected improvements in external demand support the anticipated firming of growth. The October 2019 WEO projections for France and Italy remain unchanged, but the projections have been marked down for 2020 in Germany, where manufacturing activity remains in contractionary territory in late 2019, and for Spain due to carryover from stronger-than-expected deceleration in domestic demand and exports in 2019.

In the United Kingdom, growth is expected to stabilize at 1.4 percent in 2020 and firm up to 1.5 percent in 2021—unchanged from the October WEO. The growth forecast assumes an orderly exit from the European Union at the end of January followed by a gradual transition to a new economic relationship".

https://www.imf.org/en/Publications/WEO/Issues/2020/01/20/weo-update-january2020

Coffee 1:00 Tue Jan 21
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Far, far away, someone is weeping?

Hammer and Pickle 12:55 Tue Jan 21
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You can read it like that if you like Lipup.

But the IMF is a serious organisation and how the Daily Crank reports it says more about what drivel keeps you in your vicious little dreamworld.

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