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We BREXIT we got a STRONG £
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RE: We BREXIT we got a STRONG £
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pinguu  Wrote: (07-15-2017 07:15 PM)
Yeah I know....

I do not go along with what can and can't be said....Police want to chat with me then great bring it on.....I was born and brought up in a time where we said what we like..

Never conformed to the social PC programming ....What I just wrote is how I feel about that bastard and I said it...

The worlds gone mental about what can and can't be said not me.

Very true, I've been having a laugh on a different discussion in a different location. Can you believe it, they think I am a Russian, that's the latest
people come on to our chats about BREXIT, and then accuse the real Brits of being Russians. What has the world come to, if you support our people receiving what they paid for, you're now a Russian. Do you know what, as soon as someone calls me a Russian, I think it must be an American.

Because the Americans don't have what our families and we were prepared to pay for in our taxes and N.I. Have you seen the Obamacare and what they're being charged every year, you could pay a mortgage on what they're paying for healthcare. And don't get me started on their education costs.

Rofl

Yea those Americans they think gun ownership = freedom.

Americans think that paying through the roof for healthcare and education is great because its privatised and people are getting rich on their backs, they call that freedom.

I say no, freedom is being able afford to live, and no credit cards, no loans etc.

Americans live in debt, our parents never did live in debt, our parents had cash freedom.

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Post: #17
RE: We BREXIT we got a STRONG £
pinguu  Wrote: (07-15-2017 07:34 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-15-2017 07:25 PM)
Very true, I've been having a laugh on a different discussion in a different location. Can you believe it, they think I am a Russian, that's the latest
people come on to our chats about BREXIT, and then accuse the real Brits of being Russians. What has the world come to, if you support our people receiving what they paid for, you're now a Russian. Do you know what, as soon as someone calls me a Russian, I think it must be an American.

Because the Americans don't have what our families and we were prepared to pay for in our taxes and N.I. Have you seen the Obamacare and what they're being charged every year, you could pay a mortgage on what they're paying for healthcare. And don't get me started on their education costs.

Rofl

That American health system paying huge amounts to insurance companies is a joke..
But they pay it....Not a country to get old in unless you are major wealthy.

Jhikpghf

Indeed.

An American Liberal emailed me some years back, his hospital treatment for 'cancer" was covered on his insurance, but his pharma wasn't covered and it was going to cost him loads. That American was asking for people all over the world to pay for his pharma. What a country to live in, one of the richest countries in the world, and it doesn't even look after it's own people and their health.

My dad never did like insurance companies, he wouldn't buy any policies, he only covered his car because he had too.
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Post: #18
RE: We BREXIT we got a STRONG £
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-15-2017 06:41 PM)
Pound Rises to Nine-Month High on Weak U.S. Inflation, BOE Talk
John Ainger, Anooja Debnath Fri, 14 Jul 10:55 BST

The pound rose to its highest since September as weak inflation data in the U.S.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/...yptr=yahoo

Tony Blair not happy, he's still trying to keep us in the EU. lol

Egg will be on your face.. pound goes up and down.. wait untill the real sh*t hits the fan on the national level, not international.. it's already beginning.. price of things will go up further. By the sounds of it tho, you won't be that effected as you were probably doing alright to begin with.
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Post: #19
RE: We BREXIT we got a STRONG £
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-15-2017 07:45 PM)
pinguu  Wrote: (07-15-2017 07:34 PM)
That American health system paying huge amounts to insurance companies is a joke..
But they pay it....Not a country to get old in unless you are major wealthy.

Jhikpghf

Indeed.

An American Liberal emailed me some years back, his hospital treatment for 'cancer" was covered on his insurance, but his pharma wasn't covered and it was going to cost him loads. That American was asking for people all over the world to pay for his pharma. What a country to live in, one of the richest countries in the world, and it doesn't even look after it's own people and their health.

My dad never did like insurance companies, he wouldn't buy any policies, he only covered his car because he had too.

I can just imagine the American Insurance company adverts.....Saying stuff about how they care and how they will cover you and your loved ones....So sickening to watch it probably makes them ill doing so....That's probably why they all take loads of really strong pain killers as well.....To mask anything in case they get ill..

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Post: #20
RE: We BREXIT we got a STRONG £
Hollow Closet Dweller  Wrote: (07-15-2017 07:56 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-15-2017 06:41 PM)
Pound Rises to Nine-Month High on Weak U.S. Inflation, BOE Talk
John Ainger, Anooja Debnath Fri, 14 Jul 10:55 BST

The pound rose to its highest since September as weak inflation data in the U.S.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/...yptr=yahoo

Tony Blair not happy, he's still trying to keep us in the EU. lol

Egg will be on your face.. pound goes up and down.. wait untill the real sh*t hits the fan on the national level, not international.. it's already beginning.. price of things will go up further. By the sounds of it tho, you won't be that effected as you were probably doing alright to begin with.

Food prices are going down, £300 per family household, that's just for starters. Everyone in Europe knows how food and the cost of living soared with EU membership.
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07-15-2017 08:33 PM

 



Post: #21
RE: We BREXIT we got a STRONG £
pinguu  Wrote: (07-15-2017 08:13 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-15-2017 07:45 PM)
Jhikpghf

Indeed.

An American Liberal emailed me some years back, his hospital treatment for 'cancer" was covered on his insurance, but his pharma wasn't covered and it was going to cost him loads. That American was asking for people all over the world to pay for his pharma. What a country to live in, one of the richest countries in the world, and it doesn't even look after it's own people and their health.

My dad never did like insurance companies, he wouldn't buy any policies, he only covered his car because he had too.

I can just imagine the American Insurance company adverts.....Saying stuff about how they care and how they will cover you and your loved ones....So sickening to watch it probably makes them ill doing so....That's probably why they all take loads of really strong pain killers as well.....To mask anything in case they get ill..

Anything is possible in America.

Although older Brits have been coming home from Australia due to the private healthcare cost in Australia. 250,000 came home in one year, the last time I looked. The home office had been trying to take their British passports off of them.
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Post: #22
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-15-2017 08:29 PM)
Hollow Closet Dweller  Wrote: (07-15-2017 07:56 PM)
Egg will be on your face.. pound goes up and down.. wait untill the real sh*t hits the fan on the national level, not international.. it's already beginning.. price of things will go up further. By the sounds of it tho, you won't be that effected as you were probably doing alright to begin with.

Food prices are going down, £300 per family household, that's just for starters. Everyone in Europe knows how food and the cost of living soared with EU membership.

The euro ... EU membership did not increase food prices.. it was the euro that did it.

And food prices are not going down. Don't know where you shop, but the only way you'd get cheaper than pre brexit is to only shop at Aldi etc also.

Import prices will go up, lack of labour to pick fruits etc will increase prices.. etc etc..

What cuckoo world of denial do you live in?
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Post: #23
RE: We BREXIT we got a STRONG £
Hollow Closet Dweller  Wrote: (07-15-2017 09:39 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-15-2017 08:29 PM)
Food prices are going down, £300 per family household, that's just for starters. Everyone in Europe knows how food and the cost of living soared with EU membership.

The euro ... EU membership did not increase food prices.. it was the euro that did it.

And food prices are not going down. Don't know where you shop, but the only way you'd get cheaper than pre brexit is to only shop at Aldi etc also.

Import prices will go up, lack of labour to pick fruits etc will increase prices.. etc etc..

What cuckoo world of denial do you live in?

The EURO only exists for EU members.

Economists say that prices will reduce by £300 per household for food.

What makes you think that import prices will go up, they have to compete.

I can still get my English cherries in England, I will still be able to have my Spanish cherries from Spain. Spain is not about to give up his huge market with the UK due to BREXIT.

We buy more from the EU than the EU countries buy from us across the board.

EU companies have already been talking to British companies saying whatever happens, they wish to continue to supply. At the end of the day, the EU won't be able to dictate to those companies, as all of those companies are intent on survival and prospering.

The UK will have the last word, as we are the buyers.

Rofl
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UK needs a cheap pound to make exports competitive, especially post Brexit.
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07-15-2017 09:59 PM

 



Post: #25
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-15-2017 09:50 PM)
Hollow Closet Dweller  Wrote: (07-15-2017 09:39 PM)
The euro ... EU membership did not increase food prices.. it was the euro that did it.

And food prices are not going down. Don't know where you shop, but the only way you'd get cheaper than pre brexit is to only shop at Aldi etc also.

Import prices will go up, lack of labour to pick fruits etc will increase prices.. etc etc..

What cuckoo world of denial do you live in?

The EURO only exists for EU members.

Economists say that prices will reduce by £300 per household for food.

What makes you think that import prices will go up, they have to compete.

I can still get my English cherries in England, I will still be able to have my Spanish cherries from Spain. Spain is not about to give up his huge market with the UK due to BREXIT.

We buy more from the EU than the EU countries buy from us across the board.

EU companies have already been talking to British companies saying whatever happens, they wish to continue to supply. At the end of the day, the EU won't be able to dictate to those companies, as all of those companies are intent on survival and prospering.

The UK will have the last word, as we are the buyers.

Rofl

King Felipe and is lovely wife have been in the UK last week for a state visit, he confirmed his allegiance to the UK. He knows how valuable our business is to Spain. He even gave a speech in the houses of Parliament.

Jhikpghf
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-15-2017 09:50 PM)
Hollow Closet Dweller  Wrote: (07-15-2017 09:39 PM)
The euro ... EU membership did not increase food prices.. it was the euro that did it.

And food prices are not going down. Don't know where you shop, but the only way you'd get cheaper than pre brexit is to only shop at Aldi etc also.

Import prices will go up, lack of labour to pick fruits etc will increase prices.. etc etc..

What cuckoo world of denial do you live in?

The EURO only exists for EU members.

Economists say that prices will reduce by £300 per household for food.

What makes you think that import prices will go up, they have to compete.

I can still get my English cherries in England, I will still be able to have my Spanish cherries from Spain. Spain is not about to give up his huge market with the UK due to BREXIT.

We buy more from the EU than the EU countries buy from us across the board.

EU companies have already been talking to British companies saying whatever happens, they wish to continue to supply. At the end of the day, the EU won't be able to dictate to those companies, as all of those companies are intent on survival and prospering.

The UK will have the last word, as we are the buyers.

Rofl

Your English chrries are picked by EU citizens, they are leaving. You won't go and pick cherries, not at all and certainly not at the wage said Europeans citizens were recieving.

"We buy more from the EU than the EU countries buy from us across the board. "

That statement hardly means they will keep prices as they are.. if true, which I don't think it is, the UK needs them more than they need the UK.. i.e. they can charge more and you will have to pay..

Do you understand the premise? I don't think you do.

Let me explain.

A company in France is in France, which is part of the EU. The UK when leaving can't trade directly with that company in France, because France is part of the EU. The UK will have to pay a tariff to buy the good from that company in France because france is part of the EU and the UK won't be.

The UK will pay tarrifs on any good from any company in any EU country. The UK can't deal directly with a company in an EU country... You seem to think they can?!?!?!

Am I clear,?

The tarrifs will mean it is more expensive to import into the UK..

They EU CAN and WILL dictate to those countrys companies because they are part of the EU..

Respond please because you are so misinformed.. I need to help you understand buddy..
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Post: #27
RE: We BREXIT we got a STRONG £
Hollow Closet Dweller  Wrote: (07-15-2017 10:50 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-15-2017 09:50 PM)
The EURO only exists for EU members.

Economists say that prices will reduce by £300 per household for food.

What makes you think that import prices will go up, they have to compete.

I can still get my English cherries in England, I will still be able to have my Spanish cherries from Spain. Spain is not about to give up his huge market with the UK due to BREXIT.

We buy more from the EU than the EU countries buy from us across the board.

EU companies have already been talking to British companies saying whatever happens, they wish to continue to supply. At the end of the day, the EU won't be able to dictate to those companies, as all of those companies are intent on survival and prospering.

The UK will have the last word, as we are the buyers.

Rofl

Your English chrries are picked by EU citizens, they are leaving. You won't go and pick cherries, not at all and certainly not at the wage said Europeans citizens were recieving.

"We buy more from the EU than the EU countries buy from us across the board. "

That statement hardly means they will keep prices as they are.. if true, which I don't think it is, the UK needs them more than they need the UK.. i.e. they can charge more and you will have to pay..

Do you understand the premise? I don't think you do.

Let me explain.

A company in France is in France, which is part of the EU. The UK when leaving can't trade directly with that company in France, because France is part of the EU. The UK will have to pay a tariff to buy the good from that company in France because france is part of the EU and the UK won't be.

The UK will pay tarrifs on any good from any company in any EU country. The UK can't deal directly with a company in an EU country... You seem to think they can?!?!?!

Am I clear,?

The tarrifs will mean it is more expensive to import into the UK..

They EU CAN and WILL dictate to those countrys companies because they are part of the EU..

Respond please because you are so misinformed.. I need to help you understand buddy..

Where is user 423561? Aka the misinformed..
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Post: #28
RE: We BREXIT we got a STRONG £
Hollow Closet Dweller  Wrote: (07-15-2017 10:50 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-15-2017 09:50 PM)
The EURO only exists for EU members.

Economists say that prices will reduce by £300 per household for food.

What makes you think that import prices will go up, they have to compete.

I can still get my English cherries in England, I will still be able to have my Spanish cherries from Spain. Spain is not about to give up his huge market with the UK due to BREXIT.

We buy more from the EU than the EU countries buy from us across the board.

EU companies have already been talking to British companies saying whatever happens, they wish to continue to supply. At the end of the day, the EU won't be able to dictate to those companies, as all of those companies are intent on survival and prospering.

The UK will have the last word, as we are the buyers.

Rofl

Your English chrries are picked by EU citizens, they are leaving. You won't go and pick cherries, not at all and certainly not at the wage said Europeans citizens were recieving.

"We buy more from the EU than the EU countries buy from us across the board. "

That statement hardly means they will keep prices as they are.. if true, which I don't think it is, the UK needs them more than they need the UK.. i.e. they can charge more and you will have to pay..

Do you understand the premise? I don't think you do.

Let me explain.

A company in France is in France, which is part of the EU. The UK when leaving can't trade directly with that company in France, because France is part of the EU. The UK will have to pay a tariff to buy the good from that company in France because france is part of the EU and the UK won't be.

The UK will pay tarrifs on any good from any company in any EU country. The UK can't deal directly with a company in an EU country... You seem to think they can?!?!?!

Am I clear,?

The tarrifs will mean it is more expensive to import into the UK..

They EU CAN and WILL dictate to those countrys companies because they are part of the EU..

Respond please because you are so misinformed.. I need to help you understand buddy..

Jptdknpa

Get it through your thick head, we ain't paying any tariffs.
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Jacob Rees-Mogg MP: Boris Johnson's 'go whistle' comment was "brilliant".





https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WP-Hf4OKmk
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-15-2017 11:51 PM)
Jacob Rees-Mogg MP: Boris Johnson's 'go whistle' comment was "brilliant".





https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WP-Hf4OKmk

In international law we don't have to give the EU a single penny.

Jhikpghf
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