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The Fury said:
My current thoughts on the situation are just of annoyance, I voted remain and know of people that voted Remain, voted leave because they didn't understand and voted leave but did understand. In the end I don't care about any of it as to me it seems that all I see is politicians arguing like children. We are paying a massive bill for god knows what to leave, May is doing the best she can but the PM at the time (Cameron) quit so he didn't have to deal with it, those who wanted out (like Farage and Johnson) either aren't even in power and aren't helping the PM or just quit at every turn instead of helping. She's literally the only person trying to do something, not only to meet the demands of the public that voted out but to make sure we are okay afterwards, sadly this means making compromises it seems which no one likes probably including herself. All calling for another vote does is rub salt into wounds as it's the whole thing of just keep voting until you get the result you want (see Sturgeon's policy on Scotish Independence). If you have a superficial vote and it goes the other way but we still go out it'll be worse.

That's called democracy



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Game Over ... 

Brexit is now fast track becoming the new reality whether deal or no-deal. A second referendum won't come to pass since the electoral math won't work out and a vote of no confidence won't come to pass either since the Conservatives rebels don't want to lose their position as being part of the government when they want no-deal the most ... 

Finally, we can put an end to Europe's pathetic single market economy. They don't have energy independence, they don't produce any high electronic parts/devices, and their biotechnology industry will become even more lame without AstraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline ... 

The European Union is a massive disappointment, for the size of it's economy to produce less "unicorns" than the likes of China. It's no wonder why nearly everybody ditches the EU market or cash out early (Skype/Mojang) since there's no future to be had in the EU ... 
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fatslob-:O said:
Game Over ... 

Brexit is now fast track becoming the new reality whether deal or no-deal. A second referendum won't come to pass since the electoral math won't work out and a vote of no confidence won't come to pass either since the Conservatives rebels don't want to lose their position as being part of the government when they want no-deal the most ... 

Finally, we can put an end to Europe's pathetic single market economy. They don't have energy independence, they don't produce any high electronic parts/devices, and their biotechnology industry will become even more lame without AstraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline ... 

The European Union is a massive disappointment, for the size of it's economy to produce less "unicorns" than the likes of China. It's no wonder why nearly everybody ditches the EU market or cash out early (Skype/Mojang) since there's no future to be had in the EU ... 

Brexit's dead once this hits the mainstream.



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Pyro as Bill said:

Brexit's dead once this hits the mainstream.

The irony of it all is that even opposition supports brexit so the end of the line for the pro-remain camp which has nowhere else to look towards for credible support of their cause ... 



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Pyro as Bill said:
Bofferbrauer2 said:

 

Our financial sector leaving London for Paris or Frankfurt has been one of the funniest claims in this whole Brexit game. It epitomises how deluded EU-ers are.

Well, look down below...

Pyro as Bill said:
Bofferbrauer2 said: 

Not all the financial sector of course, but a substantial part of it will do/is on the way already - like I said, those who went to London specifically to be at a financial center somewhere in the EU, and that ain't just a few banks

Our financial sector is going nowhere, even though I personally wish much of it would.

Wish granted, I'd say: 

https://www.fnlondon.com/articles/londons-brexit-bill-800bn-and-counting-says-ey-20190107

https://www.ft.com/content/c9d2a2ca-1262-11e9-a581-4ff78404524e

And that's just by November, and I'm very sure that with the deal in December falling apart we've since past the Trillion Pounds.



BTW, Yvette Cooper's amendment doesn't change anything fundamentally speaking ...



https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/01/11/no-brexit-increasingly-likely-jeremy-hunt-warns-billionaire/



Bofferbrauer2 said:
Pyro as Bill said:

Our financial sector leaving London for Paris or Frankfurt has been one of the funniest claims in this whole Brexit game. It epitomises how deluded EU-ers are.

Well, look down below...

Pyro as Bill said:

Wish granted, I'd say: 

https://www.fnlondon.com/articles/londons-brexit-bill-800bn-and-counting-says-ey-20190107

https://www.ft.com/content/c9d2a2ca-1262-11e9-a581-4ff78404524e

And that's just by November, and I'm very sure that with the deal in December falling apart we've since past the Trillion Pounds.

Yawn.

Let's make a bet.

10 years from now London will still be the financial capital of Europe.

(I thought it would be much more than 10%. Im glad those "assets" are on the ECB's books given how quickly they can turn into liabilities).



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