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Countdown to Brexit - 104 days
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RE: Countdown to Brexit - 104 days
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (12-13-2018 10:49 PM)
No-deal Brexit would 'devastate' UK gaming industry, says report
The Guardian-16 hours ago
A hard or no-deal Brexit threatens to cause serious harm to Britain's gaming industry, ... In a poll of the industry taken just before article 50 was invoked in March.


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A full 83% of UK pharma professionals say the UK will not be an attractive destination for healthcare research and manufacturing after Brexit, a new poll reveals.


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Nine in 10 businesses say Brexit has affected their ability to recruit and train the staff they needed this year, a survey by the Confederation of British Industry ...


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Automotive sector warns of 'catastrophic' no-deal Brexit for North East
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Three-quarters of UK automotive firms fear a 'no-deal' Brexit will cause catastrophe for their businesses and threaten future viability. Research by the Society of ...

Brexit uncertainty blamed as UK car manufacturing drops 9.8%
The Independent-29 Nov 2018


Plunge in export orders as factories await Brexit deal
Daily Business-29 Nov 2018
Exports have plunged to a sharp 17% decline in the last quarter as companies await the verdict on the Brexit deal, according to analysis by the trade body ...


Self-employment
Confidence slumps to ‘record lows’

The self-employed expect government policy to drive their businesses and the economy into decline over the next year, according to a poll that underlines how the relationship between Westminster and those who work for themselves has turned sour.

Confidence in the economy among freelancers is said to be close to “record lows”, with the self-employed blaming government action, placing it above Brexit as the factor doing them most harm.

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/busin...-8twln02mx


UK services industry index falls to lowest level since Brexit vote

UK service sector companies have witnessed another difficult month in November with business activity and new work growth the weakest the industry has seen in nearly two and half years, according to a recent IHS / Markit survey.

The slowdown in business activity growth is highlighted by a decline in HIS Markit’s services purchasing managers’ index, which fell to 50.4 from 52.2 in October, representing the biggest slide since the Brexit referendum vote in 2016.

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Brexit worries push UK house price gauge to six-year low - RICS
euronews-19 hours ago
LONDON (Reuters) - A measure of British house prices hit a six-year low in November as the approach of Brexit put off buyers and sellers, a survey of property.

Agents sound warnings for housing market as Brexit crisis set to drag ...
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Post: #722
RE: Countdown to Brexit - 104 days
Hot damn.
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Pass Brexit deal and fall behind Lib Dems, voters tell Corbyn in poll

Labour would fall behind the Liberal Democrats in the polls if Jeremy Corbyn helps the Tories to secure Brexit, according to a huge new poll.

The YouGov survey of 5,000 voters, commissioned by the People’s Vote campaign, shows that support for Labour could fall from 36% to 22% if they helped the Tories to pass a compromise deal with Brussels like the one advocated by Theresa May.

Under those circumstances, the Lib Dems would soar from 10% to 26% — their highest rating in any poll since they entered coalition government with the Tories in 2010.

The poll shows that Labour’s supporters want a People’s Vote by a margin of almost three to one — and an even bigger proportion would stay in the European Union.


https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/labou...-6zfjgnm5w
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Post: #723
RE: Countdown to Brexit - 104 days
^Awesome if Brexit ignites defence of liberal values.
Just like Trump has done in US.

I'm sure brexit will be just as crap as Trump.
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Post: #724
RE: Countdown to Brexit - 104 days
Pinguu  Wrote: (12-15-2018 04:54 PM)
•REC⁴  Wrote: (12-15-2018 03:11 PM)
Any referendum question would have to be approved by Parliament, so chances of Theresa May fixing the result are none.

She doesnt have the votes, thanks to 2017 General Election.

She would either fix it for remain or her horrible deal which is wanted by no one...


you got to admit it though the people involved in these negotiations never wanted OUT in the first place which is why we are where we are now...

If they knew how to do a deal by being tough and telling the EU where this is going or else...we would not be where we are in this deliberate obsification, confusion and mess..

I think in all honesty it shows our Governments and civil servants as well as MPs for what they truly are, and they wont ever come out of this looking good in the electorates eyes.(They with Blair actually deserve to hang for treason against the people)

We should have just told Europe to DO One, then taken the hit and got on with getting on and trading with the world..

House prices might drop which might make a few feel poorer but it would mean banks could lend smaller amounts and young folk could get on the ladder thus allowing them to feel more en-francised within the system and less bitchy and snowflaky..

House prices dropping by at least a third would be a good thing in general...Not great for me in Building
but then this is bigger than just me and i always survive in the end...Im not a selfish money grabbing git like most middle class folk and although i look out for whats mine...The big picture of Soverenty and self determination with the state butting out of my life and being as small and insignificant in my existance as possible is a great thing.....I also like fairness and regulated big business ...but only in that Big business are put on a level playing field with small independent companies with no special tax breaks like how it is now..

Folk should be able to earn a fare wage without Tax credits or the government topping up wages and benifits because big companies get away with paying minimum wages or less...

I want it good for everyone and in the 40 odd years we have been in the EU that has not ever happened...And as long as we are in the EU our Serfdom will be ensured, with no way of ever voting these embercilic, arrogant non elected Masters in a foreign land..OUT.


Look how Europe have treated us...We are not their bit*hes and to think.... We and the Americans as well as our Common wealth folk died to save Europe from the Nazi Tyranny......They Forget far too quickly for my liking..

A 30% crash to house prices would not help any one. Millions of people in negative equity. No one would be able to sell (so no cheap houses would suddenly become available for first time buyers). Noone could relocate to scramble for the few jobs availble. Millions would have to declare bankruptsy causing banks to go bust and a massive long term recession would be gauranteed. The building industry would be the first to go.
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Post: #725
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I think Blair is doing more harm than good to the chances of a second referendum. No one wants to be seeing him plastered all over the media all over again regardless of their views in the past.
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Post: #726
RE: Countdown to Brexit - 104 days
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I think Blair is doing more harm than good to the chances of a second referendum. No one wants to be seeing him plastered all over the media all over again regardless of their views in the past.

Jhikpghf

Toxic Tony, isn't helping in that direction. However, I don't think there should be a second referendum, so bring him on...
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Post: #727
RE: Countdown to Brexit - 104 days
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There's a concerted push by Remainers this morning to have an indicative vote on a second referendum.


^Vote in Parliament.
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Post: #728
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Says alot that the only ones happy for the currect deal to go through are the EU. Remainers don't want it, Leavers don't want it. Half the conservatives won't support it (those that haven't already walked out) labour don't want it, businesses don't want it. Yet May seems determined to steamroller it through if no one can stop her. I guess so she doesn't go down as the Prime Minister who did absolutely NOTHING despite 3 years in office.
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Post: #729
RE: Countdown to Brexit - 104 days
Amazing how people think they can buck the NWO and still keep their "lifestyle".
Freedom will send you back to the stone age.
Maybe it's better for you to remain slaves?
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