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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 22:24 - May 3 with 1458 viewsKilkennyjack



Well done feckwits

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Well done feckwits


Growth forecast by who now?

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Growth forecast by who now?


The experts.

On the other hand, if you prefer to guess then crack on.

The idiot turkeys have indeed voted for Christmas....

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Well done feckwits


Show us theses stats once weโ€™ve left the EU and not while we are still in it feckwit. The biggest reason for the uncertainty surrounding brexit is not actually brexit, itโ€™s the absolute retards trying their upmost to disrupt and derail the process. These same people are then criticising how negotiations are going.

Hereโ€™s an interesting one for you seens as you take these experts opinions as gospel.

The NEISR also believes that the European Union's GDP has peaked, and will drift lower in the coming years, with 2.3% in 2018, 1.9% in 2019 and 1.4% from 2020 onwards.
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Ireland is doing fantastically well.

Continually being banned by Planet Swans for Porthcawl and then being reinstated.
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Show us theses stats once weโ€™ve left the EU and not while we are still in it feckwit. The biggest reason for the uncertainty surrounding brexit is not actually brexit, itโ€™s the absolute retards trying their upmost to disrupt and derail the process. These same people are then criticising how negotiations are going.

Hereโ€™s an interesting one for you seens as you take these experts opinions as gospel.

The NEISR also believes that the European Union's GDP has peaked, and will drift lower in the coming years, with 2.3% in 2018, 1.9% in 2019 and 1.4% from 2020 onwards.
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That's it, crack on with your meaningless slogans and then blame the remainers for not believing your crap when your unicorns don't materialize.

With regards to NEISR, is that the same NEISR that drew the following conlusion...

"Taking UK trade in 2014 as a basis, we find that a new set of FTAs with all the BRIICS is estimated to lead to a long-run increase of ยฃ23.1 bn in goods trade, and no increase in services trade. A set of FTAs with all of the Anglo-American countries is estimated to lead to a long-run increase of ยฃ21.5 bn in goods trade, and no increase in services trade. This corresponds to increases in total UK goods trade of 3.2% for FTAs with all of the BRIICS, and 3.0% for FTAs with all of the Anglo-American countries (Table 2). The combined impact of replacing single market membership with an FTA with the EU, and of signing new FTAs both with all the BRIICS and all of the Anglo-American countries is expected to be a long-term reduction of ยฃ94.8 bn in UK goods trade and of ยฃ91.5 in UK services trade."

https://www.niesr.ac.uk/blog/will-new-trade-deals-soften-blow-hard-brexit
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That's it, crack on with your meaningless slogans and then blame the remainers for not believing your crap when your unicorns don't materialize.

With regards to NEISR, is that the same NEISR that drew the following conlusion...

"Taking UK trade in 2014 as a basis, we find that a new set of FTAs with all the BRIICS is estimated to lead to a long-run increase of ยฃ23.1 bn in goods trade, and no increase in services trade. A set of FTAs with all of the Anglo-American countries is estimated to lead to a long-run increase of ยฃ21.5 bn in goods trade, and no increase in services trade. This corresponds to increases in total UK goods trade of 3.2% for FTAs with all of the BRIICS, and 3.0% for FTAs with all of the Anglo-American countries (Table 2). The combined impact of replacing single market membership with an FTA with the EU, and of signing new FTAs both with all the BRIICS and all of the Anglo-American countries is expected to be a long-term reduction of ยฃ94.8 bn in UK goods trade and of ยฃ91.5 in UK services trade."

https://www.niesr.ac.uk/blog/will-new-trade-deals-soften-blow-hard-brexit
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GET BEYIND URE COUNTRIE AND MAKE BRITTAIN GRATE AGAIN!!!

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Ireland is doing fantastically well.


Well done the Republic โ˜˜๏ธ

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The Countdown begins. on 09:20 - May 4 by Batterseajack

That's it, crack on with your meaningless slogans and then blame the remainers for not believing your crap when your unicorns don't materialize.

With regards to NEISR, is that the same NEISR that drew the following conlusion...

"Taking UK trade in 2014 as a basis, we find that a new set of FTAs with all the BRIICS is estimated to lead to a long-run increase of ยฃ23.1 bn in goods trade, and no increase in services trade. A set of FTAs with all of the Anglo-American countries is estimated to lead to a long-run increase of ยฃ21.5 bn in goods trade, and no increase in services trade. This corresponds to increases in total UK goods trade of 3.2% for FTAs with all of the BRIICS, and 3.0% for FTAs with all of the Anglo-American countries (Table 2). The combined impact of replacing single market membership with an FTA with the EU, and of signing new FTAs both with all the BRIICS and all of the Anglo-American countries is expected to be a long-term reduction of ยฃ94.8 bn in UK goods trade and of ยฃ91.5 in UK services trade."

https://www.niesr.ac.uk/blog/will-new-trade-deals-soften-blow-hard-brexit
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Thatโ€™s 17 months old and making blind assumptions of what trade deals weโ€™ll get. Pointless.
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Thatโ€™s 17 months old and making blind assumptions of what trade deals weโ€™ll get. Pointless.


Got anything more up to date you'd like to share with us then?

Facts still stand though, our services industry in particular will take a BIG hit.
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The Countdown begins. on 11:06 - May 4 with 1307 viewsJango

The Countdown begins. on 10:57 - May 4 by Batterseajack

Got anything more up to date you'd like to share with us then?

Facts still stand though, our services industry in particular will take a BIG hit.


Iโ€™m not gonna go scouring the net looking for pointless forecasts after brexit. These so called experts have got it completely wrong so far. Itโ€™s pure guesswork and when the majority of them are bitter remainers then itโ€™s never gonna be a fair and true assessment.
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Iโ€™m not gonna go scouring the net looking for pointless forecasts after brexit. These so called experts have got it completely wrong so far. Itโ€™s pure guesswork and when the majority of them are bitter remainers then itโ€™s never gonna be a fair and true assessment.


Itโ€™s also a forecast by the European Comission. I have little doubt thereโ€™s political motive behind this report.

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The Countdown begins. on 11:06 - May 4 by Jango

Iโ€™m not gonna go scouring the net looking for pointless forecasts after brexit. These so called experts have got it completely wrong so far. Itโ€™s pure guesswork and when the majority of them are bitter remainers then itโ€™s never gonna be a fair and true assessment.


Why are you so angry?

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Liar liar pants on fire.

God bless the House of Lords.

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Ireland is doing fantastically well.


Well fookoff and live there then.
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Well fookoff and live there then.



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