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Calmdown to UK EU referendum
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06-22-2017 09:51 PM

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RE: Calmdown to UK EU referendum
James Mates‏ Verified account @jamesmatesitv 1 minute ago

PM May makes "fair and serious" offer on EU citizens. In UK 5yr+ = all rights of UK citizens. If in UK now, can stay on to meet 5yr target.

Thank goodness.

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RE: Calmdown to UK EU referendum
Gideon Rachman‏ @gideonrachman 2 hours ago

It will become painfully clear this is not a negotiation between EU &UK. EU presents its terms and say accept this or go over the cliff edge.

Sounds about right. ;/

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RE: Calmdown to UK EU referendum
Unfortunately EU member state banks still need bailing out, let us have a look at what it cost the UK to bail out its banks -

Reality check: how much did the banking crisis cost taxpayers?

• Since 2007 the UK has committed to spending £1.162 trillion at various points on bailing out the banks. This figure has however fluctuated wildly during the period and by March 2011 it was £456.33bn. That total outstanding support was equivalent to 31% of GDP in March.

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The EU politicians unlike the business people in their respective countries whose taxes finance their lifestyle, have no concept of the damage to their own economies that they have inflicted and continue to inflict with their gross mismanagement. They should not be alienating a trading partner and good ally.
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