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Brexit costs 20:37 - Apr 20 with 1284 viewsPelayou

"According to the text of The European Comission The United Kingdom must respond to the obligations assumed as a member of the EU and fully cover the costs related to Brexit".

Oh, dear! Before star to pay so huge amount of Pounds, would you please return to Spain Gibraltar and it´s stolen isthmus in the process? Better leaving with no hard feelings, clearing your conscience and stay close with the only trully friend you´ve got in Europe: Spain! (Germans hate you. Frenchs mistrusts you and Italy is too far).
We´ll as a member take care of you as the same time you catch a could outside and loose your ancient good image.

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Brexit costs on 10:07 - Apr 21 with 273 viewsBigPhilG

Brexit costs on 22:57 - Apr 20 by blueytheblue

Not to mention the benefits Barca and Real got by being allowed to run up large debts at state managed banks, technically illegal state subsidies...


Seeing as you've stated facts I find it impossible to disagree.

In Spanish Real means Royal and the Spanish royal family have spoken to the banks there to allow Real Madrid to have loans and have 100 years to pay them back interest free. With Barca they have a similar arrangement with Sabadell
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Brexit costs on 17:19 - Apr 21 with 226 viewsPelayou

Brexit costs on 22:51 - Apr 20 by BigPhilG

The Bank of England doesn't launder money. BNP Paribais did though and got a whopping great fine for it. Santander and Sabadell didn't but only because they were on siesta time


Well, It doesn´t need it! BoE has a lot of dwarf branches. They do the dirty job. It´s clasical Imperial hipocresy, isn´t it? Imperial metropoli only receives pure gold. That´s the way it is. Last Empire of the History but normal rules of them.
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Brexit costs on 17:20 - Apr 21 with 226 viewsPelayou

Brexit costs on 01:17 - Apr 21 by Kerouac



Benny Hill? Hey, Brits, open your big thick wall! We love him!
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Brexit costs on 17:45 - Apr 21 with 220 viewsPelayou

Brexit costs on 09:48 - Apr 21 by Private_Partz

If you swapped 'yobs' for 'jobs' you would be right. The Spanish are worried, and rightly so. We soon wil not have enough money to go on holidays abroad with, unemployment, low paid jobs, the falling pound, higher holiday insurance and stricter border controls.
Hope you like Bognor. The rich will continue to travel with impunity however so the cap doffers will be happy......


I like your post. Who´s really not worried about Brexit? We here are not far away than you. Brexit maybe means (I hope not) low payed british workers are not going to Spain? Healthy people will do, as other 60 millions who visit my beloved country every year. On the other hand, Uk should be worried too. You´re improvising every step you do, fellows! Where is British phlegm? "Declaring" war to Spain bc checking our frontier in Gibraltar? Who´s fly off the handle there? Overreacting in that way just fully opened a lot of eyes around the world, specially Europe. It means vulnerability. Many want pay back to you ancient bills. They know right now you can be deep hitted just kicking gibraltarians asses. Remember?: "I´m Iñigo Montoya. You Killed my father. Prepare to die"!
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Brexit costs on 22:40 - Apr 21 with 197 viewsJack_Meoff

Brexit costs on 22:04 - Apr 20 by Pelayou

Ouh, yes? Ah, yeah! We are The British Empire! We´got the widest and majority off-shore platforms aroud the world. Cayman Islands, Bermudas, Barbados, Gibraltar, Guernesey, Isle of Man, etc, etc. Laundering world dirty money under little British enclaves rules as the same time they are branches of Bank of England too. Go to Bank of England website (maybe they erased it!) and you will see what is lifting the Sterling. Keep laughing with another accents or even another countries or whatever, it´s your local pretty racist sense of humor but YOUR BUILDING A WALL AROUND YOUR COUNTRY. (Remember The Wall -Pink Floyd). -"Who´s going to be kicked out today? Ouh, Scotland!".


You're not wrong about the offshore scam in fairness. More shell companies than inhabitants in a lot of the places you mention. Still, we'll keep arguing amongst ourselves about the left right bollocks paradigm whilst the thieves piss themselves laughing at us. Chin chin!
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Brexit costs on 11:03 - Apr 22 with 136 viewsnice_to_michu

I'm so disappointed in Farage and Gove and Johnson, they lied to me about the UK being "first in the queue" for a trade deal with the USA.

Turns out, the EU is first in the queue. I feel let down by the leave campaign.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/795013/BREXIT-Donald-Trump-European-Union-Brita
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Brexit costs on 11:19 - Apr 22 with 134 viewsblueytheblue

Funny that none of the Washington officials are either named nor direct quotes are used, eh?

Only direct quotes used are those from a German official.

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Brexit costs on 11:24 - Apr 22 with 130 viewsnice_to_michu

Brexit costs on 11:19 - Apr 22 by blueytheblue

Funny that none of the Washington officials are either named nor direct quotes are used, eh?

Only direct quotes used are those from a German official.


Yeh, probably those leftie, remoaning news outlets the Daily Express and The Times making up stories.
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Brexit costs on 11:29 - Apr 22 with 127 viewsblueytheblue

Brexit costs on 11:24 - Apr 22 by nice_to_michu

Yeh, probably those leftie, remoaning news outlets the Daily Express and The Times making up stories.


Not at all.

Point being, headlines often don't reflect the actualities.

Actual sourcing of the story shows Trump tried to negotiate with Germany individually, was told had to deal only with EU. That bears little resemblance to the headline, which interprets that as meaning EU deal would therefore be done ahead of anything with us.

That's just an opinion, not a fact. There's nothing that means trade deals have to be conducted in a sequential manner, can easily be done in parallel. One with Uk could theoretically be concluded faster due to only having to deal with one nation rather than having to cater for the individual requirements of 27 nations - as seen over recent years, deals can be delayed by individual regions of an EU nation. How many years of talks failed to get a deal with India?

The reality could very easily be start talks with Britain, start talks with EU. Focus on deal with us due to being concluded quicker.

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Brexit costs on 17:21 - Apr 22 with 91 viewsrock1n

If I've said it once, I'll say it a thousand times there are no BENEFITS to brexit.

It will take time, drip, drip but eventually people will realise this. Unfortunately many are still brainwashed by the sun, mail, express etc.

Now the Times is reporting the US is focussing on the EU for a trade deal, well f*ck a duck I didn't see that one coming 440m market or 60m market. What would you choose?

ECB nails the mentality, it is based on delusions of grandeur of a belief that we're superior that we had an 'Empire' - there is nothing more to the brexit argument. It is a lot of old people wishing for a time that never existed.

May has called this election for two reasons imo:

She knows the sh1t will hit the fan soon

She wants more tories in Parliament to hold her Gov to Account and not be held hostage to a bunch of old right wing duffers. Also hoping that labour will get their act together and newly reborn liberal party.

I'm hoping there is some Machiavellian genius in this and that by destroying socialist labour and causing a rebirth of liberal Britain we'll see this whole charade coming crashing down.

I live in hope.
[Post edited 22 Apr 17:23]

The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter

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Brexit costs on 20:26 - Apr 22 with 51 viewsPelayou

Brexit costs on 17:21 - Apr 22 by rock1n

If I've said it once, I'll say it a thousand times there are no BENEFITS to brexit.

It will take time, drip, drip but eventually people will realise this. Unfortunately many are still brainwashed by the sun, mail, express etc.

Now the Times is reporting the US is focussing on the EU for a trade deal, well f*ck a duck I didn't see that one coming 440m market or 60m market. What would you choose?

ECB nails the mentality, it is based on delusions of grandeur of a belief that we're superior that we had an 'Empire' - there is nothing more to the brexit argument. It is a lot of old people wishing for a time that never existed.

May has called this election for two reasons imo:

She knows the sh1t will hit the fan soon

She wants more tories in Parliament to hold her Gov to Account and not be held hostage to a bunch of old right wing duffers. Also hoping that labour will get their act together and newly reborn liberal party.

I'm hoping there is some Machiavellian genius in this and that by destroying socialist labour and causing a rebirth of liberal Britain we'll see this whole charade coming crashing down.

I live in hope.
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Very scary your post, Mister. it´s hard to believe one nation sailing (allow me) in solitary way across this wild world. I supposse everybody there is trully happy and enjoying this come up situation. Brexit should means a future very very fruitfully. Isn´t it? I really hope you achive your goals as soon as possible. Another icon I believe you strongly got is that USA will protect UK and erect with you a way altogether for the future instead other alies as UE, ie. Do you really Mr. Trump need you so deep as you´re hoping so firmly? Lucky you!
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Brexit costs on 20:44 - Apr 22 with 38 viewsperchrockjack

Amen to that rock
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