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Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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only1billybonds 1:52 Tue Apr 13
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Good to see you spread the stupidity across multiple threads Clive,good work.

master 1:52 Tue Apr 13
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Shit Goldman Sachs are moving out of London.





To Birmingham.

master 1:51 Tue Apr 13
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Shut Goldman Sachs are moving out of London.





To Birmingham.

Willtell 12:59 Tue Apr 13
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Nothing to do with the adoption of the Euro then Pickle?

Hammer and Pickle 12:32 Tue Apr 13
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The point is the "accelerating" collapse of the domestic market not only in Greece but all over the world was rooted in reckless and ill-judged borrowing by SOVEREIGN governments and fuelled by the FINANCIAL SERVICE INDUSTRY the leaders of which, at the time, were located in the City and Wall Street. Everyone made money out of it while the going was good, not just those nasty German car exporters with their nice, relatively weak Euro. And then, following the collapse of the bubble in 2008, it was actually largely the EU with its capacity to borrow cheap and keep inflation down, that made sure exporters' interests, and that of domestic consumers, were secured. So it made sure demand did not in fact accelerate in its collapse, but actually grew at a steady rate until 2020.

But hey, you can always bullshit about how I'm such a DRIP and get a cheap laugh around here.

Crassus 12:18 Tue Apr 13
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Surf’
Yes mate I hear you
Also worth noting that with the collapse of their domestic markets accelerating, a decline in our exports would not be exclusively down to us and would have happened in or out of the EU

Hammer and Pickle 12:09 Tue Apr 13
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Thanks O'Cone - Melton Mowbray

Hammer and Pickle 12:05 Tue Apr 13
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As long as the premium cheese segment is growing in Poland, folks is Milton Mowbray ought to be very pleased indeed.

Oh hold on just one minute....

Johnson 12:02 Tue Apr 13
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Milton Mowbray?

Get your Babelfish updated, Thickle.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:01 Tue Apr 13
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Crassus 11:39 Tue Apr 13

I don't disagree with any of that. My point was -0.3 followed by +0.4 pretty much equals +0.1.

-42% followed by +46% doesn't by any means equal +4%. Of course most will understand this, but there are fuck-wits like Swiss who don't understand that, for instance, a 60% collapse in Greek GDP followed by 10 years of 6% rises is a total disaster, not a symptom of economic health.

Hammer and Pickle 11:56 Tue Apr 13
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I don't think trade works the way you imagine Pointy.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:53 Tue Apr 13
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You probably won't. UK food exports tend to be of a premium quality. No surprise that Poland is way down the list of importers.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:49 Tue Apr 13
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You probably won't. UK food exports tend to be of a premium quality. No surprise that Poland is way down the list of importers.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:49 Tue Apr 13
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You probably won't. UK food exports tend to be of a premium quality. No surprise that Poland is way down the list of importers.

Hammer and Pickle 11:42 Tue Apr 13
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Actually Pointy, the Stilton I recently bought at Lidl has "Long Clawson Dairy" on it, which turns out to be in Milton Mowbray so I make you right there. Must have been them selling off stock from 2019 and if I see it again I'll let you know.

Crassus 11:39 Tue Apr 13
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Surface
I take your point, but for a degree of clarity, is it not typical for January to decline from December, what with Christmas and the continental demand for our fresh produce
Also, my understanding is that progressively our exports to the EU have been declining over recent years percentage wise in favour of other markets

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:32 Tue Apr 13
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You haven't seen Irish Stilton in your shops and that's a fact. If you haven't seen Kerrygold in a shop before, you're a blind cunt - it's one of the most popular brands in Europe, including the UK.

I call bullshit.

Hammer and Pickle 11:06 Tue Apr 13
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I've seen Irish Cheddar, Stilton, beef, lamb and butter that I've never seen in the shops before. Good prices and excellent quality. And no sign of anything "Made in the UK" in months.

That's the tangibles right now. What is difficult to assess at the moment is the extent of the loss of trade long term. However, there are no indicators that it is going to return any time soon especially as the policy on both sides of the Channel seems to be to find any other market and supplier other than one in the UK.

For the time being, this is going to be the price of having this parliamentary majority and this government in office in the UK.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:50 Tue Apr 13
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That EU exports figure isn't nearly as good as it looks Kaiser:

If Dec2020 = 100 then -42% =
Jan 2021 = 58 then +46% =
Feb 2021 = 85

Still 15% down on the year to date. I expect further recovery next month, but we aren't out of the woods yet.

Mike Oxsaw 10:39 Tue Apr 13
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Give it time, Kais. Once we've all dealt with covid then the true Brexit will rear it's ugly head.

Mike Oxsaw 10:38 Tue Apr 13
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Give it time, Kais. Once we've all dealt with covid then the true Brexit will rear it's ugly head.

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