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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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threesixty 2:43 Tue Feb 19
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Darby

“ 2016 declares Cameron
What I want to know is how countries like Japan, Canada, Switzerland, Australia, Singapore, Norway and New Zealand can be so wealthy and have such high living standards while being outside the EU.


The point is those countries didn’t create a whole economy over 30 yrs that tightly linked with the EU! The issue is how do you get out of such a setup without ruining your economy.

Capitol Man 12:34 Tue Feb 19
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After8 12:29 Tue Feb 19
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Isn’t that pretty much the exact mirror image of what’s happened with the Tories A8, with the consequences being the utter debacle of Brexit?

BRANDED 12:34 Tue Feb 19
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I mean. I see the large infrastructure building in London. And I understand the general investment in financial services but ince you get out around the voting constituencies how do you think they might view that investment in terms of either jobs or wages?

BRANDED 12:31 Tue Feb 19
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Thanks 8

In general, how do you see that investment helping the broader public?

After8 12:29 Tue Feb 19
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Chill, what is painful is the slow agonizing death of the Labour Party and it’s replacement by hard left communism.

Are you glad that Derek Hatton is back?

After8 12:28 Tue Feb 19
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Not really zeb, I’m responding to branded and his fake news agenda.

Feel free to debate me on the issues though anytime.

After8 12:27 Tue Feb 19
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darby

And how do they all feed themselves and take care of their sick as we’re all about to starve to death!

arsene york-hunt 12:17 Tue Feb 19
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What does Brexit mean?

Darby_ 12:14 Tue Feb 19
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What I want to know is how countries like Japan, Canada, Switzerland, Australia, Singapore, Norway and New Zealand can be so wealthy and have such high living standards while being outside the EU.

HOW DO THEY DO IT?

IT’S A MIRACLE.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:08 Tue Feb 19
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zebthecat 12:07 Tue Feb 19

Erm. It was a direct response to Branded's post. No deflection at all.

zebthecat 12:07 Tue Feb 19
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After8 12:01 Tue Feb 19

Nice try at deflection there.
Well done you

ChillTheKeel 12:04 Tue Feb 19
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HAHAHAHA he's the worst Tory spinner ever. It's fucking painful.

After8 12:01 Tue Feb 19
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Interesting that people on the left are all for climate change policies until car manufacturers start cutting back on production.

After8 11:59 Mon Feb 18
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https://economia.icaew.com/news/december-2018/foreign-investment-in-uk-highest-level

The UK topped Europe for foreign direct investment (FDI) between 2015 and 2018 – taking in more than second- and third-placed Germany and France combined.

http://www.cityam.com/272026/uk-takes-140bn-over-three-years-top-europe-foreign

BRANDED 11:43 Mon Feb 18
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Sounds like some Tories joining the corporate offshore tax haven party too.

BRANDED 11:19 Mon Feb 18
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A country or nation needs to attract investment. That investment could be the nation, individuals in the nation or international. We're good at banking.

Mike Oxsaw 11:09 Mon Feb 18
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Honda made a business decision driven by what is best for HONDA - they're NOT a charity and NOT responsible for the market within which they operate. They certainly bear no responsibility for or to the UK government and/or UK economy.

Snowflakes, however, are still furiously spinning this as a Brexit issue - that it would NEVER have happened had we not had that fucking referendum.

ironsofcanada 10:59 Mon Feb 18
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BRANDED 10:37 Mon Feb 18

So there are lots of reasons that this is not a primarily a Brexit thing.

Honda has been less successful with hybrids and electrics than say Toyota.

Also Honda has less than a 1% market share in Europe and that plant has been well under capacity for a while.

Seems like a smart move.

Claret Badger 10:50 Mon Feb 18
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even the Japanese are mugging us off

we're doomed to become a poor persons Greece - face it

BRANDED 10:37 Mon Feb 18
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The thing with car companies is they're going through their own Brexit with the conversion to Electric.
They are both developing the new vehicles and the manufacturing process and trying to decide the tipping points as to the uktimate move from ice to electric.
In the mean time buyers are also dithering.

Hammer and Pickle 10:22 Mon Feb 18
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I said that there is nothing stopping the Japanese, not Honda specifically, from manufacturing to supply the EU single market once the non-competition clauses of the FTA run out.

So we are talking at cross purposes then.

Pip pip, and best of luck with the demand side in the WTO.

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