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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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Nurse Ratched 2:12 Mon Jul 22
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Astrologers, palm readers and homeopaths all get paid, too. Russell Grant is a millionaire. Does that make his 'work' any more real?

Hammer and Pickle 2:09 Mon Jul 22
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“Having said that, being an economist is on a par with being an astrologer, palm reader or homeopath. Because economics isn't a real Thing.”

Neither is his salary a real thing, right?

Or is yours for the matter unless you are paid in spuds and pig fat.

Johnson 2:03 Mon Jul 22
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Was it your boss, Gavvy?

Gavros 2:01 Mon Jul 22
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WHO WAS IT, CUNTNCHOPS?

Block 2:00 Mon Jul 22
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You haven't proved anything, you just made a load of comments without substance, as per usual.

Are you saying this professional economist was wrong this morning when she admitted her predictions were wrong?

Gavros 1:57 Mon Jul 22
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So, Bolty, you claim that sterling didnt fall 5% thanks to Brexit.

Then when i point out it fell 10% ON THE FUCKING DAY AFTER, you say that's not what was predicted.

you're just chatting shit for the sake of it, arent you?

riosleftsock 1:45 Mon Jul 22
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Nurse that's unfair on Economists. They have successfully predicted 97 out of the last 7 recessions.

Block 1:44 Mon Jul 22
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That's not what was predicted, Divros.

Hence your spin, you stupid cunt.

Gavros 1:42 Mon Jul 22
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That's not spin, that's a fucking fact, as anyone who goes on holiday abroad can attest to.

Fucking hell....

Block 1:38 Mon Jul 22
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Here he goes, the ultimate spin doctor at work again.

Gavros 1:37 Mon Jul 22
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Youre all as laughably clueless as the next.

One example: on a trade weighted basis, sterling fell 10% THE DAY AFTER THE VOTE. It was fuck all to do with the dollar, which of course is far less important than the euro in terms of our trade.

Nurse Ratched 1:35 Mon Jul 22
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*Gav

Nurse Ratched 1:34 Mon Jul 22
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Hav is an economist, to be fair to him. That's what he does for a living.

Having said that, being an economist is on a par with being an astrologer, palm reader or homeopath. Because economics isn't a real Thing.

stewie griffin 1:32 Mon Jul 22
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Automation

COOL HAND LUKE 1:30 Mon Jul 22
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The ongoing strength of the dollar in recent times will have been the biggest impact on trade weighting though, Gav.
This is pointless posturing, frankly - we voted to Leave and we will Leave. And we all know what will happen at the EU end once they realise we are out and a continuance of the bullshit won't work...

Lee Trundle 1:30 Mon Jul 22
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Didn't I read on here that GAVVY was sacked from his job as an economist?

I'm aware that could have all changed, as I try to avoid his life playing out on here like a soap opera as much as possible, but we all know how hard that is when he's on here so much.

Block 1:25 Mon Jul 22
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Divros has read a few of the "Economist" magazines and his little world now believes he's an actual economist.

Who, in the main have been completely wrong about the impact of the Referendum result.

Bless him.

New Jersey 1:22 Mon Jul 22
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The lack of real wage growth was caused by the credit crunch in 2008, nothing to do with Brexit, we didn't vote to leave until 2016!

Another reason for the slow wage growth is our low levels of productivity growth, again nothing to do with Brexit.


Gavros, stop making yourself look silly!

Block 1:20 Mon Jul 22
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Why's that, Griffin?

stewie griffin 1:16 Mon Jul 22
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That unemployment level won't last long, and it will have fuck all to do with brexit.

Gavros 1:15 Mon Jul 22
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Real (inflation adjusted) wages are still lower than they were in 2008 and on a trade weighted basis sterling is 15% lower than it was before the brexit vote.

Still, youre a moron, so facts dont matter, do they?

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