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    Re: General Election - 8thJune

    We are not a net importer. This has been shown to be selective reporting of selected statistics and does not bear the weight of any detailed financial scrutiny.

    Just one of many truly...
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    Re: Bury fan in peace.

    There are definitely a few posters on here who can provide info on what was done back in the dark days. I only joined the supporters trust later once we had already cleared out the fraudsters.
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    This particular snippet of information has been extensively demonstrated to be a clever spin of statistics and not actually true in any meaningful sense of the word.

    They will continue to export...
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    Are you suggesting an increase in trade barriers is beneficial for trade then Jason? I think it's widely recognized to make things more expensive and worse for businesses. You seem to not agree...
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    We will continue to trade with the EU. It will cost us more.

    We will be able to enter into trade deals with other countries. It will cost us more than it did as an EU member state.

    The deals...
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    Apologies, we are in the single market, but not the cu, you are correct.

    My point still stands - Switzerland has trade deals all over the world and its agreements with the EU do not prevent it...
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    Re: Andrew Wiseman

    It's perhaps unfair to say so but we have had an awful lot of injuries this season. Football is a blame game, if we lose the manager is responsible, if we get a ton of soft tissue or joint injuries,...
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    Japan has already stated that any trade deal with post-Brexit Britain would be on worse terms than the current EU trade deal.

    You would be allowed to strike your own trade deals as a non EU...
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    He's been living in a furnished apartment in Knightsbridge. It's not exactly Wormwood Scrubbs.
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    The sexual assault charges were dropped a few years ago.

    The US charges are not for whistleblowing, they are alleging that he encouraged / assisted Chelsea Manning to release state secrets (which...
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    Not only, no. But taking that off the table definitely removed any freedom to negotiate a better deal, which is what was raised a few posts ago.
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    The only way we could have secured better terms from the EU would have been if we were more prepared to compromise.

    Membership of the customs union, continuing to allow free movement of workers...
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    Since 2014, just Devon County council has received almost 32m in EU grant money. The south west has received over 200m. The UK government has made no plans and has no budget to cover these monies.
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    Re: General Election - 8thJune

    Apart from those who voted leave despite living in areas of the UK which receive vast EU subsidies for social projects.
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    More interesting comparisons with Switzerland. There was a referendum in February 2016 (the subject was tax laws for married couples) - the high Court has today confirmed that there was...
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    Re: General Election - 8thJune

    Hardly. Rees mogg is practically the definition of inherited privilege.
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    He's certainly dismantling any diplomatic connections the US may have enjoyed, other than those to Netanyahu.

    I'd say more "America Alone" than "America First"

    Perhaps this is why he and...
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    Any comment to make on the (at last count) 59 MPs whose constituents voted for Remain in the referendum, and who nonetheless continue to support some form of Leave? Should they also blindly follow...
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    Boeing is screwed because of the 737 max fiasco. Trump is using his position to hold back the competition whilst Boeing clean up their mess.

    Yes, he is in the wrong.
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    Interesting stuff - could well be then that the same political winds moving Switzerland are already at play to some degree in the UK.
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    It's based on the "A" and "B" of my 4 predictions, e.g. (a) a "big name" leave supporter as new Tory leader; (b) a lurch even further to the right from that new leader to head off Farage's "Brexit...
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    Yep, completely agree.
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    He may not want to lead, but given the way Labour leadership voting works, he's still likely to win any leadership contest, despite the likes of Cooper and Burnham being (probably) more capable of...
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    Re: Last film watched..

    With apologies for the double post, finally got chance to watch Captain Marvel at the cinema the other day. No spoilers but for me this was one of the best films I've seen in a long, long time. ...
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    Re: Last film watched..

    ^ Depending on taste, if you have Netflix then Polar could be worth a watch. It gets very graphic in places (violent/adult in equal measure) but if you don't get upset by that sort of thing I...
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