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Countdown to Brexit - 5.5 months
Pinguu
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02-28-2018 01:46 PM

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Post: #46
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (02-28-2018 12:49 PM)
Maplin collapses as rescue talks fail

One of the UK's biggest electronics retailers has collapsed into administration after talks with potential buyers failed to secure a sale.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-43223...ce=twitter


Toys R Us UK goes into administration

Toys R Us has gone into administration, putting 3,000 UK jobs at risk.

Administrators have been appointed to begin "an orderly wind-down" of the UK's biggest toy retailer following the failure to find a buyer.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-43225248

Nothing to do with Brexit....High street retailers are not competative compared to online warehouse companies.
The way we shop has changed to online ...All our high streets are closing down replaced by restaurant chains and coffee chains...

Thats a western world problem....Jack sh*t to do with Brexit....Bit sad you even thought it might be..

Almost cut my hair.
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•REC⁴
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02-28-2018 02:34 PM

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Post: #47
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Bit sad our prosperity is being threatened for very little in return.
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Maplin blames Brexit

CEO Graham Harris blamed "macro factors" including the collapse in the value of the pound post-Brexit vote, which has dented consumer confidence.

Harris said in a statement: "The business has worked hard over recent months to mitigate a combination of impacts from sterling devaluation post-Brexit, a weak consumer environment and the withdrawal of credit insurance."

The pound slumped to a multiyear low against the dollar and euro in the immediate aftermath of June 2016's Brexit referendum. This pushed inflation up to 3% in the UK, streaking ahead of wage growth and giving UK consumers less money in real terms to spend at the shops.


http://uk.businessinsider.com/toys-r-us-...xit-2018-2
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02-28-2018 02:41 PM

 



Post: #48
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Pinguu  Wrote: (02-28-2018 01:46 PM)
•REC⁴  Wrote: (02-28-2018 12:49 PM)
Maplin collapses as rescue talks fail

One of the UK's biggest electronics retailers has collapsed into administration after talks with potential buyers failed to secure a sale.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-43223...ce=twitter


Toys R Us UK goes into administration

Toys R Us has gone into administration, putting 3,000 UK jobs at risk.

Administrators have been appointed to begin "an orderly wind-down" of the UK's biggest toy retailer following the failure to find a buyer.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-43225248

Nothing to do with Brexit....High street retailers are not competative compared to online warehouse companies.
The way we shop has changed to online ...All our high streets are closing down replaced by restaurant chains and coffee chains...

Thats a western world problem....Jack sh*t to do with Brexit....Bit sad you even thought it might be..

Look you know the snow is the fault of Brexit and Trump..

The notion that Maplins, and Toys are Us have not been on the decline for the last decade, that they where actually really really buoyant and doing really really well even though they can't compete with the likes of Amazon, nope, it is all has to be the fault of Brexit and Trump..
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•REC⁴
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02-28-2018 02:58 PM

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Post: #49
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
The Brexit economy: things are starting to deteriorate

The British economy is showing signs of deteriorating just as the government attempts to reassert its vision for Brexit, according to a Guardian analysis of economic news over the past month that highlights the country’s increasingly fragile position on the world stage.

Cracks are beginning to appear in the picture of economic resilience built up during the final months of 2017, when a sustained upswing in global growth helped to lift economic output in Britain. Fresh figures this week also showed the economy grew more slowly than first thought in the final three months of 2017, with GDP growth having been revised down to 0.4% from 0.5% – putting the UK at the bottom of the G7 league table.

The latest dashboard shows British households coming under significant pressure, as inflation stuck at its highest level for almost six years last month despite expectations for a fall. Stoked by the pound’s weakness since the EU referendum, the rate of growth in prices has been stubbornly high for several months now - although wages are at last beginning to rise.


https://www.theguardian.com/business/201...eteriorate
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•REC⁴
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03-01-2018 12:39 PM

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Post: #50
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Jennifer Cobbe
‏@jennifercobbe
15 hours ago

Jacob Rees-Mogg (raised in a country house, Eton, Oxford, then an investment banker, net worth >£100m) on @Channel4News just now calling John Major (raised on a council estate, left school at 16 with three O Levels) the "European elite".
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•REC⁴
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03-05-2018 09:45 PM

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Post: #51
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Patrick Wintour
‏Verified account @patrickwintour
7 minutes ago

Barnier adviser De Rynck There is no appetite in EU to extend 2 year deadline for Brexit talks adds UK cannot unilaterally withdraw its decision to leave.
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•REC⁴
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03-15-2018 11:26 AM

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Post: #52
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
I think this is called downsizing.
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BBC Breaking News
‏Verified account @BBCBreaking
2 hours ago

Anglo-Dutch consumer goods giant Unilever, maker of Marmite and Dove soap, is to abandon its London HQ.


Denis MacShane
‏@DenisMacShane
2 hours ago

Spiegel reports Up to 20 banks will open Brexit offices in Germany creating up to 5-6,000 new jobs.
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•REC⁴
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03-21-2018 07:56 PM

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Post: #53
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
3 million Ukrainians have worked in Poland in the past years.

When did we become so pathetic.


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•REC⁴
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03-26-2018 02:28 PM

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Post: #54
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Brexit more important than keeping Northern Ireland within UK - YouGov poll

More voters in Britain rate leaving the EU as a priority ahead of maintaining the Union with Northern Ireland, a poll has suggested.

More than a third of those polled (36%) said exiting the European Union was a higher priority than keeping Northern Ireland within the UK.

Of those surveyed, 29% said retaining Northern Ireland within the UK was more important than Brexit.

http://www.irishnews.com/news/brexit/201...s441rif44T
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•REC⁴
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03-26-2018 08:43 PM

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Post: #55
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Carole Cadwalladr
‏Verified account @carolecadwalla
6 minutes ago

Emergency debate tomorrow in parliament granted re Vote Leave.

Fresh evidence has emerged tonight re AIQ & Cambridge Analytica.
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conspiracyparty
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03-26-2018 09:18 PM

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Post: #56
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Quote:Apparently the Europeans haven't had enough muslim immigrants!

I hope Britain does get the hell out. I would want to leave too!

I hope Poland leaves next. This is absurd. Maybe it will start a domino effect.


Poland wont leave. They love the money.
The Catholic establishment and US cons love them inside.

And 70-80 of them support EU.
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•REC⁴
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03-26-2018 11:39 PM

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Post: #57
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Reuters UK
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7 hours ago

Lawyers for Brexit campaign whistleblowers say we think there is a realistic prospect of conviction for the Vote Leave offences.
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•REC⁴
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05-25-2018 08:30 PM

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Post: #58
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Owen Smith
‏Verified account @OwenSmith_MP
2 hours ago

Important new polling data by @PeterKellner1 shows 1 million people have changed their minds about #Brexit - and would now vote to Remain.
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•REC⁴
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06-03-2018 10:56 AM

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Post: #59
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Prof Tanja Bueltmann
‏@cliodiaspora
11 hours ago

Doomsday:
A No Deal Brexit Play in 20 Days

? Day 1: Port of Dover collapses

? Days 2ff: supermarkets in Scotland and Cornwall run out of food

? Day 14: hospitals run out of medicine

? Day 20: no more petrol


Yay! Cheer5 28 Days Later. Thanks old fogies. Cheer5
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•REC⁴
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06-03-2018 02:55 PM

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Post: #60
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
NB: Poll results are for whole of EU.
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Europe Elects
‏@EuropeElects
23 minutes ago

EU28, Eurobarometer polls

European Union membership referendum

All EU citizens:
Remain 83%
Leave 16%


15-24 yrs:
Remain 91%
Leave 9%
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