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The Countdown begins. 23:28 - Nov 10 with 172443 viewspikeypaul



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1:19 pm today was the exact mid point from when the result that the Great British public had decided to leave the EU and the time 11pm March 29th 2019 that Democracy will be delivered.

Happy days.
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The Countdown begins. on 08:40 - Aug 3 with 745 viewsWarwickHunt

The Countdown begins. on 22:10 - Aug 2 by pikeypaul

And in the same time it will cost them that to visit the UK.

making UK tourism thrive with our own people stay in our wonderful land.

You obviuosly have a glass 1/2 empty and only look at the negatives.

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Fair play, dumber than a bag of spanners.

Thanks once again for reinforcing the Brexit fûckwit stereotype.
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The Countdown begins. on 09:01 - Aug 3 with 735 viewspikeypaul

34 weeks and fecking loving it

Suck it up you remoaner losers

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The Countdown begins. on 10:57 - Aug 3 with 705 viewsLeonWasGod

The Countdown begins. on 06:26 - Aug 3 by peenemunde

Project fear failed then and is failing now. 🤣
The United Kingdom will thrive outside of the Frankenstein project.


Hm, seems like project fear is turning into project reality now.

- growth constrained
- government planning to stockpile "adequate food"
- medicines being stockpiled
- councils making emergency plans
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The Countdown begins. on 11:04 - Aug 3 with 699 viewsLeonWasGod

On the subject of council planning, I see that Pembrokeshire have released their risk register as part of a Sky investigation / freedom of information request. (We're back in the land of predictions now, so Brexiteers can dismiss this as 'project fear', while the rest of us realise it's standard risk management - they're not saying these things WILL happen, they are assessing the likelihood that they MAY, the likely severity and then planning to deal with them. .

Interesting that the only positive impact they foresee is "Reduced demand for services if population reduces".

It's an interesting/depressing read if you're in their borough and would like to know how they're thinking. There's some minor stuff on there, like not being able to use .eu domain names. But the vast majority paints a pretty bleak picture.

The register is here.
https://www.scribd.com/document/385183533/Pembrokeshire-Brexit-impact-log?secret


PS. I'm not trying to score points on the board here, thought people in Pembs might be genuinely interested to see the council's thinking.
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The Countdown begins. on 11:54 - Aug 3 with 682 viewspikeypaul

The Countdown begins. on 10:57 - Aug 3 by LeonWasGod

Hm, seems like project fear is turning into project reality now.

- growth constrained
- government planning to stockpile "adequate food"
- medicines being stockpiled
- councils making emergency plans


Project fear mark 1 has already been proven bullshit.

And project fear mark 2 will go the same way.

All you are talking about is a no deal scenario and even then you have no proof
that any of those things are being done apart from remoaners spreading the fear.

You really do need to wake up to reality and accept we are coming out and stop acting like a pussy.

34 weeks and fecking loving it.

Suck it up loser.

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The Countdown begins. on 12:06 - Aug 3 with 674 viewsLeonWasGod

The Countdown begins. on 11:54 - Aug 3 by pikeypaul

Project fear mark 1 has already been proven bullshit.

And project fear mark 2 will go the same way.

All you are talking about is a no deal scenario and even then you have no proof
that any of those things are being done apart from remoaners spreading the fear.

You really do need to wake up to reality and accept we are coming out and stop acting like a pussy.

34 weeks and fecking loving it.

Suck it up loser.


This IS the reality. These things ARE happening because we are coming out (I've never once denied that). So it's not me that needs to face up to reality. It's not whinging, it's not "acting like a pussy", it's simply countering the absurd view from a few on here that everything is great and getting better. It's not. But of course we've just got to get on with it now. Pretending it doesn't exist won't make it all go away.

- Retarded growth - has already happened - proven through official ONS statistics
- Medicine stockpiling - it IS already happening - proven from interviews with companies involved. Same companies have also confirmed testing will be transferred from UK to EU.
- Food stockpiling - government HAS confirmed they are drawing up plans to stockpile food in the even of a no deal.
- Government HAS confirmed they are stepping up plans for no deal. Nobody can say whether it will or won't happen, but it's looking increasingly likely according to leading Brexiteers in the govt.
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The Countdown begins. on 12:32 - Aug 3 with 654 viewsvetchonian

The Countdown begins. on 09:01 - Aug 3 by pikeypaul

34 weeks and fecking loving it

Suck it up you remoaner losers


I m looking forward to seeing you on here still crowing in 36 weeks and beyond.....
BUt you wont be as the TRuth will finally be dawning as to how we are all losers given the decision we have taken.

Yes the decsion is made I dont like it but I have accepted it....the eveidence still points to the fact it was the wrong decsion,only time will tell and yes in time we may recover from this but I am sure we are in for some very tough times ahead.

There are no winners in the UK from this.....

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The Countdown begins. on 14:32 - Aug 3 with 619 viewspeenemunde

The Countdown begins. on 12:32 - Aug 3 by vetchonian

I m looking forward to seeing you on here still crowing in 36 weeks and beyond.....
BUt you wont be as the TRuth will finally be dawning as to how we are all losers given the decision we have taken.

Yes the decsion is made I dont like it but I have accepted it....the eveidence still points to the fact it was the wrong decsion,only time will tell and yes in time we may recover from this but I am sure we are in for some very tough times ahead.

There are no winners in the UK from this.....


What evidence ? Talking shite
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The Countdown begins. on 15:14 - Aug 3 with 599 viewsLeonWasGod

The Countdown begins. on 14:32 - Aug 3 by peenemunde

What evidence ? Talking shite


Here you go, you could read this:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2525602/Burying-head-sand-Youre-f

Burying your head in the sand? You're feeling guilty: How we ignore information because of need to avoid negative feelings

"The researchers think people ignore what is going on around them to avoid negative feelings, often of guilt, that accompany being presented with reality."

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The Countdown begins. on 15:25 - Aug 3 with 590 viewsvetchonian

The Countdown begins. on 14:32 - Aug 3 by peenemunde

What evidence ? Talking shite


I ll leave that to you...the talking shite

OK Mr Ostrich

You choose to ignore the stagnation of the UK econonmy....
The fall o fthe pund
The planning of stockpiling
The moving of financial services form the City
MArk Carney's latest statements re Brexit

ANd the divorce hasnt actually happened yet! But hey the "glorious day" will be here soon......for all our sakes I hope I am proved wrong but all the signs point to it not being good!

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The Countdown begins. on 15:55 - Aug 3 with 573 viewslonglostjack

The Countdown begins. on 14:32 - Aug 3 by peenemunde

What evidence ? Talking shite


What evidence do you have that the British economy will be stronger post Brexit? If you’ve got any I’d send it to Rees-Mogg. Might save him having to wait 50 years.

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The Countdown begins. on 17:25 - Aug 3 with 538 viewsLeonWasGod

The Countdown begins. on 15:55 - Aug 3 by longlostjack

What evidence do you have that the British economy will be stronger post Brexit? If you’ve got any I’d send it to Rees-Mogg. Might save him having to wait 50 years.


Lawyers are going to do well

https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/law/uk-legal-services-market-to-get-brexit-boost-/5
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The Countdown begins. on 19:04 - Aug 3 with 505 viewspeenemunde

The Countdown begins. on 15:55 - Aug 3 by longlostjack

What evidence do you have that the British economy will be stronger post Brexit? If you’ve got any I’d send it to Rees-Mogg. Might save him having to wait 50 years.


How about pre-1973, when the country wasn’t in the eu ?

How about the many other countries that aren’t in the eu that are doing well ?
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The Countdown begins. on 20:37 - Aug 3 with 451 viewslonglostjack

The Countdown begins. on 19:04 - Aug 3 by peenemunde

How about pre-1973, when the country wasn’t in the eu ?

How about the many other countries that aren’t in the eu that are doing well ?


Pre-1973? It was Thatcher who did more damage to the country than anyone.
Other countries doing well? Of course. Because they’re not in the EU? You’re having a laugh young man.

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The Countdown begins. on 21:17 - Aug 3 with 437 viewsBatterseajack

The Countdown begins. on 19:04 - Aug 3 by peenemunde

How about pre-1973, when the country wasn’t in the eu ?

How about the many other countries that aren’t in the eu that are doing well ?


How many other countries are not in a tradin block?
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The Countdown begins. on 22:01 - Aug 3 with 424 viewspeenemunde

The Countdown begins. on 21:17 - Aug 3 by Batterseajack

How many other countries are not in a tradin block?


How many countries are in a political union ?

Do the Americans have to abide by what the Mexicans say.

Does Australia have freedom of movement with Japan.
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The Countdown begins. on 22:04 - Aug 3 with 421 viewsexiledclaseboy

The Countdown begins. on 22:01 - Aug 3 by peenemunde

How many countries are in a political union ?

Do the Americans have to abide by what the Mexicans say.

Does Australia have freedom of movement with Japan.


The USA is a political union.

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The Countdown begins. on 22:12 - Aug 3 with 414 viewsShaky

The Countdown begins. on 22:01 - Aug 3 by peenemunde

How many countries are in a political union ?

Do the Americans have to abide by what the Mexicans say.

Does Australia have freedom of movement with Japan.


Do you get all your material from shitty Daily Express videos on FB, Penny?


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The Countdown begins. on 07:08 - Aug 4 with 348 viewspeenemunde

The Countdown begins. on 22:04 - Aug 3 by exiledclaseboy

The USA is a political union.


Are you seriously comparing the political union of the states of the USA to the European Union ?

The former USSR is is a closer model to the European Union than what USA is.
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The Countdown begins. on 07:15 - Aug 4 with 346 viewspeenemunde

The eu is terrified of the U.K. leaving, because they know full well that the U.K. will thrive once she leaves and that a domino effect will take place.....resulting in an end to the Frankenstein project.
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The Countdown begins. on 08:14 - Aug 4 with 328 viewspikeypaul

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Carney doung his best to talk sterling down again but he’s been doing that long before Brexit but his new tag of The High Priest of Project Fear fits well.
Remoaners like him are doing all the damage to the country they can just to save their egos.

Anyway we are coming out get used to it you remoaner losers.

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The Countdown begins. on 08:38 - Aug 4 with 323 viewsKilkennyjack

The Countdown begins. on 08:14 - Aug 4 by pikeypaul

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Carney doung his best to talk sterling down again but he’s been doing that long before Brexit but his new tag of The High Priest of Project Fear fits well.
Remoaners like him are doing all the damage to the country they can just to save their egos.

Anyway we are coming out get used to it you remoaner losers.


Carney is a professional.

The likes of yourself and Moggs are just guessing.

I know who i believe.

‘Beware of the risen people’ ........🍀🇮🇪 💚 YesCymru 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

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The Countdown begins. on 09:22 - Aug 4 with 311 viewspeenemunde

The Countdown begins. on 08:38 - Aug 4 by Kilkennyjack

Carney is a professional.

The likes of yourself and Moggs are just guessing.

I know who i believe.


Is that the same Carney that recently admitted he got it wrong.
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The Countdown begins. on 12:17 - Aug 4 with 287 viewswestside

3 Blokes in a pub talk no deal Brexit on youtube

https://www.nakedcapitalism.com/2018/08/3-blokes-pub-talk-no-deal-brexit.html?ut
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The Countdown begins. on 12:28 - Aug 4 with 277 viewsShaky

Barnier has finally killed Chequers - and with it, the UK government
By Jonathan Lis

Politics UK, Friday, 3 August 2018 1:26 PM 5

So, it has finally happened. Theresa May’s genius plan for Brexit, the fabled Chequers deal, is finally dead.

A couple of days ago on this website I outlined the government’s chaos and predicted that EU negotiator Michel Barnier would finally kill Chequers after the summer break. Everyone deserves a holiday, after all. But it turns out I was being too optimistic about it. The Frenchman only went and butchered it yesterday. Just in time, cheeky observers may note, for May’s meeting today with President Macron in the south of France.

In an op-ed published in twenty European newspapers, Barnier wrote: “Some UK proposals would undermine our Single Market which is one of the EU's biggest achievements. The UK wants to keep free movement of goods between us, but not of people and services. And it proposes to apply EU customs rules without being part of the EU's legal order. Thus, the UK wants to take back sovereignty and control of its own laws, which we respect, but it cannot ask the EU to lose control of its borders and laws.”

No need to ask for whom that bell tolls, prime minister. It was loud, clear and humiliating enough for everyone to understand. This parrot is so dead it is hard to ascertain if it was ever even born.

The Chequers plan was always going to be unacceptable because it flatly ignored two of the EU’s mile-deep red lines: no special treatment for the UK and no cherry-picking of EU rules. The customs plan would have involved the EU surrendering control of tariff collection, at vast economic, technical and bureaucratic cost, simply so the UK could have its cake and eat it with its own (inferior) trade deals. The ‘common goods rulebook’, meanwhile, demanded that the EU give the UK key benefits of the single market while letting it scrap the free movement of people.

To be fair to May, it is possible that she did not hear EU leaders when they told her repeatedly for two years that the UK could not implement one freedom of the single market (goods) without implementing the other three (services, capital and people). But that never referred to a specific UK plan. Now it does. And May has no plan B.

So what now? For the moment, nothing changes. The UK government’s Brexit delusions have been slain and zombified many times before now. The usual response in London is to either feign deafness or blithely re-state Britain’s negotiating position, as though the EU will finally agree to an unacceptable proposal if if the UK can simply repeat it often enough.

But this moment does feel different, and more serious. In the past the government could say that it was an ongoing negotiation. But our negotiating partner has now categorically rejected the UK’s formal document, on which, to boot, May has effectively staked her premiership. She will either have to agree to a full single market and customs union, or a Canada-style trade deal which splits the UK’s own single market with a regulatory border in the Irish Sea. Needless to say, she cannot survive either - but neither she nor any successor will ever have better cards to play.

Barnier initially appeared reluctant to dismember the corpse of Chequers too early in case he brought down May’s government with it. Perhaps he now reasons (correctly) that this government is finished anyway. Or maybe it was just too embarrassing to pretend that something so dead was in fact a little bit alive. But rest assured, it is dead, and with it the government’s only plan for Brexit. The post-mortem will be lengthy, brutal and exhausting.

Jonathan Lis is deputy director of the think tank British Influence, which researches the impacts of Brexit. He specialises in diplomacy, foreign and security policy and the single market.

http://www.politics.co.uk/comment-analysis/2018/08/03/barnier-has-finally-killed

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