The Euro vote

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Re: The Euro vote

Postby L8rb@se » Wed Jul 06, 2016 4:43 am

Take a video and post it in here plz.

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Re: The Euro vote

Postby Damie Karras » Wed Jul 06, 2016 4:49 am

Bill Kilgore wrote:We weren't fucked last time the pound dropped like this, keep calm and carry on.

That was 30 years ago, the 80s
The 80's were fucking grim :67s6qro:

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Re: The Euro vote

Postby L8rb@se » Wed Jul 06, 2016 4:52 am

Then came the nineties which were awesometacular.

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Re: The Euro vote

Postby L8rb@se » Fri Jul 08, 2016 4:51 am

Discuss the issues.


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Re: The Euro vote

Postby Oh Dear » Sat Jul 09, 2016 7:07 pm

Fred Savage wrote:Discuss the issues.


He's a bellend.

And so are you.

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Re: The Euro vote

Postby Macho Man Randy Savage » Sat Jul 09, 2016 11:15 pm

Cameron to go down in history as one of the worst PM's we've had the absolute shitehawk.

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Re: The Euro vote

Postby Oh Dear » Mon Jul 11, 2016 3:23 am

Go on Ian


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Re: The Euro vote

Postby Macho Man Randy Savage » Mon Jul 11, 2016 11:23 pm

Hundreds of barristers have warned Prime Minister David Cameron that last month's vote to leave the European Union is not legally binding.

The result of the 23 June referendum is only "advisory" and the Government should launch an independent investigation into the benefits, risks and costs of Brexit before making plans.

More than 1,000 of the barristers signed a letter to Mr Cameron saying that primary legislation will be needed before Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty - which covers how EU members can leave - can be put into use.

The barristers say there is evidence that the referendum result "was influenced by misrepresentations of fact and promises that could not be delivered".

They added: "Since the result was only narrowly in favour of Brexit, it cannot be discounted that the misrepresentations and promises were a decisive or contributory factor in the result."

The referendum did not set a threshold necessary to leave the EU, unlike many other important polls, "presumably because the result was only advisory", they said.

There are also questions as to the negotiating position of the UK after the triggering of Article 50, what happens if an agreement is not reached within the two-year limit, or the "emerging reality" that Article 50 negotiations will deal only with how the UK leaves the bloc, rather than any future economic relationships.

Because of these questions, the barristers say an investigation should take place "as a matter of urgency" to report back before the Parliamentary vote takes place.

Philip Kolvin QC, who co-ordinated the writing of the letter, said: "Parliament is sovereign and the guardian of our democracy.

"MPs are elected to exercise their best judgment on the basis of objective evidence, to safeguard the interests of the country and their constituents for this and future generations.

"At this time of profound constitutional, political and possibly social and economic crisis, we look to them to fulfil the responsibility placed upon them."

Aidan O'Neill, a constitutional and EU law specialist who also signed the letter, said: "The Brexit referendum has made clear that the UK is not a united nation-state, but a divided state of nations.

"But it has given no mandate or guidance as to what our nations' future relationship might be with Europe, and with each other."

He added: "Precipitate or unilateral action by the UK Government to trigger Article 50 will simply further divide us."

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Re: The Euro vote

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Re: The Euro vote

Postby Oh Dear » Fri Jul 15, 2016 3:14 am

This really has fucked things up hasn't it?

Work has been incredibly dead since we voted out. Any big installs that we would have got involved in won't be happening now The housing market, which is very important to the economy, is falling flat already.

You got your country back though. I bet your life already feels like a Hovis Bread advert.

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Re: The Euro vote

Postby Damie Karras » Fri Jul 15, 2016 3:27 am

All the talk here is how we can attract the multinational companies to Dublin and how much office space we're going to need

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Re: The Euro vote

Postby Oh Dear » Fri Jul 15, 2016 3:38 am

France are trying the same thing.

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Re: The Euro vote

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Re: The Euro vote

Postby Macho Man Randy Savage » Sun Sep 18, 2016 7:51 pm

We've had useful updates from the Tories such as "Brexit means Brexit" (no shit sherlock etc)

Negotiations going well then....

There are growing signs that Mrs May’s government is moving towards accepting that Britain will leave the single market, an outcome that would dismay many firms in the City.

On Friday, the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, was reported to be ready to drop his desire to keep Britain in the single market tariff-free trading arrangement, in exchange for securing migration controls.

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Re: The Euro vote

Postby L8rb@se » Sun Sep 18, 2016 8:43 pm

'Growing signs', 'reported to be' all sounds a bit vague.

Both parties have said negotiations won't start til article 50 has been initiated so I wouldn't put too much stock in that, but hopefully it is correct.

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Re: The Euro vote

Postby darkvoid » Mon Sep 19, 2016 7:27 am

If Britain goes like Switzerland then for Switzerland to avail of the trade deals then they had to allow freedom of travel. Took them about 20 years to reach the level of deals they have now. The freedom of movement was a non negotiatable part

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Re: The Euro vote

Postby Macho Man Randy Savage » Mon Sep 19, 2016 7:40 pm

Avin a larf


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