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Calmdown to UK EU referendum
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'No deal' Brexit could add £930 a year to UK shopping bills

Households face increases of up to £930 in their annual shopping bills if Britain walks away from Brexit talks without a trade deal, according to new research that reveals a disproportionate impact on poorer families and the unemployed.

Meat, vegetables, dairy products, clothing and footwear would be subject to the largest consumer price rises under a “no-deal” scenario, according to a study published in the authoritative National Institute Economic Review.

Since WTO tariffs are highest for fresh food – reaching 45% for dairy products and 37% for meat – and much of this is currently imported from Europe, the team of economists predict an inflationary surge that could match that already inflicted by the falling pound.


https://www.theguardian.com/politics/201...ay-experts
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Trump-Russia Professor at Recent Meeting with Boris Johnson over Brexit

Evidence seen by Byline confirms Professor Joseph Mifsud attended a meeting with Boris Johnson two weeks ago - but the Foreign Office denies that the Foreign Secretary 'knowingly' spoke to him . The Kremlin go-between linked to Russian collusion in the Trump campaign claims he discussed Brexit.

Professor Mifsud, believed by some to be an agent of the Russian Intelligence service, has explosively claimed a meeting with Britain's Foreign Secretary less than a month ago.

In mid October this year, Mifsud attended a dinner in Reading - also attend by Boris Johnson - where he planned to meet the Foreign Secretary to discuss Britain's exit from the EU - a key strategic success for Putin's government which has sought to undermine the European Union after sanctions were imposed for the annexation of Crimea.


Read more at:https://www.byline.com/column/3/article/1919
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (11-04-2017 08:23 PM)
Trump-Russia Professor at Recent Meeting with Boris Johnson over Brexit

Trump-Russia Mr. Fixit at Recent Meeting with Boris over Brexit
Evidence seen by Byline confirms Professor Joseph Mifsud attended a meeting with Boris Johnson two weeks ago - but the Foreign Office denies that the Foreign Secretary 'knowingly' spoke to him . The Kremlin go-between linked to Russian collusion in the Trump campaign claims he discussed Brexit.

Professor Mifsud, believed by some to be an agent of the Russian Intelligence service, has explosively claimed a meeting with Britain's Foreign Secretary less than a month ago.

In mid October this year, Mifsud attended a dinner in Reading - also attend by Boris Johnson - where he planned to meet the Foreign Secretary to discuss Britain's exit from the EU - a key strategic success for Putin's government which has sought to undermine the European Union after sanctions were imposed for the annexation of Crimea.


Read more at:https://www.byline.com/column/3/article/1919

Brexit is no discussion. If the Russians wanted to cooperate they would not use the dirty birdy Merkel.
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country
borders
sovereignty
control
laws
British

These are all statist words.
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Matthew Goodwin‏ Verified account @GoodwinMJ

Why did you vote for Brexit? (In your own words...)

[Image: DOIybXpXUAEWS6v.jpg]


Word cloud for remain (within European Union).

human
rights
workers
jobs
people
movement

These are all humanist words.

[Image: DOI78dlXkAErY90.jpg]
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Europe Elects‏ @EuropeElects
Nov 10

UK, Yougov poll:

Was Britain right or wrong to vote to leave the EU?

Wrong: 46% ↑
Right: 42%
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Post: #771
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Westminster voting intention:

LABOUR: 43% (+1)
CONSERV: 40% (-)
LibDEMs: 6% (-2)
UKIP: 4% (-)
GREEN: 2% (-)

via @YouGov
07 - 08 Nov Chgs. w mid-Oct
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Post: #772
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (11-04-2017 11:20 AM)
'No deal' Brexit could add £930 a year to UK shopping bills

Households face increases of up to £930 in their annual shopping bills if Britain walks away from Brexit talks without a trade deal, according to new research that reveals a disproportionate impact on poorer families and the unemployed.

Meat, vegetables, dairy products, clothing and footwear would be subject to the largest consumer price rises under a “no-deal” scenario, according to a study published in the authoritative National Institute Economic Review.

Since WTO tariffs are highest for fresh food – reaching 45% for dairy products and 37% for meat – and much of this is currently imported from Europe, the team of economists predict an inflationary surge that could match that already inflicted by the falling pound.


https://www.theguardian.com/politics/201...ay-experts

This statement is scare mongering, it's all bollocks. We grow our own veg, we rear our own animals and we had our own textile trade before China and India took over! We are a self sufficient Island people seem to forget this.
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Tory turmoil as 40 MPs say May must go

Forty MPs have agreed to sign a letter of no confidence in Theresa May as European Union negotiators threaten to block trade talks until March unless Britain agrees to settle the Brexit divorce bill.


https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/...-kkg3w6l89
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Slow hand clap.
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EU to sign defense pact

France, Germany and 20 other EU governments are set to sign a defense pact on Monday they hope marks a new era of European military integration to cement unity after Britain’s decision to quit the bloc.

Long blocked by Britain, which feared the creation of an EU army, defense integration was revived by France and Germany after Britons voted to leave the EU in June 2016.

Aside from Denmark, which has opted out of all EU defense, only Austria, Poland, Ireland and Malta have yet to decide whether to join the pact.

Britain may be able to join in, but only on an exceptional basis if it provides substantial funds and expertise.


http://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-def...ium=Social
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BBC Breaking News‏ Verified account @BBCBreaking

UK Parliament will get vote on final Brexit deal before the country leaves EU, minister David Davis tells MPs.
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (11-13-2017 08:59 PM)
BBC Breaking News‏ Verified account @BBCBreaking

UK Parliament will get vote on final Brexit deal before the country leaves EU, minister David Davis tells MPs.


Christopher Hope ?‏Verified account @christopherhope

BREAKING Britain will leave the EU without a deal if MPs vote down final deal, David Davis said. MPs in the House of Commons audibly gasped.
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (11-13-2017 02:39 PM)
Slow hand clap.
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EU to sign defense pact

France, Germany and 20 other EU governments are set to sign a defense pact on Monday they hope marks a new era of European military integration to cement unity after Britain’s decision to quit the bloc.

Long blocked by Britain, which feared the creation of an EU army, defense integration was revived by France and Germany after Britons voted to leave the EU in June 2016.

Aside from Denmark, which has opted out of all EU defense, only Austria, Poland, Ireland and Malta have yet to decide whether to join the pact.

Britain may be able to join in, but only on an exceptional basis if it provides substantial funds and expertise.


http://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-def...ium=Social

uhh, is Ireland making plans to exit too?
the emerging Northern Ireland border (after Brexit) could be a reason to leave.


Poland is no surprise though, they're only in to grab EU benefits.
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Laura Kuenssberg‏ Verified account @bbclaurak
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Hearing Tory rebels are meeting at the moment.
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Robert Peston‏ Verified account @Peston

I’m told @jeremycorbyn and shadow cabinet will make common cause with Tory Remain rebels on opposing @theresa_may amendment to EU Withdrawal Bill to set hard date of March 29 2019 for Brexit - because would constrain Brexit talks. It will be key vote, for UK & PM’s future.
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Catherine Bearder‏ Verified account @catherinemep

BREAKING: Aston Martin Chief says no-deal Brexit would be "semi-catastophic" and would mean suspending production.


The plan is for us to become hunter gatherers. We can eat berries and get paid in chickens.
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