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If may only could see it....... she was holding a Royal Flush !

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gasbanni, 13 Jun 2019.

  1. gasbanni

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    Correct. A no-deal scenario will cripple trade between our greatest allies and trading partners. WTO will become very expensive. Hooray.:(
     
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    Our greatest ally Trump !
     
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    I told you gasbag was mostly pizzed.
     
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    Who in you opinion will it hurt?
     
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    Consumers.
    The economy.
     
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    Name the country(s) please
     
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    Hint: if no-deal was any good' we'd have done it by now.:whistle:
     
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    The common people of the EU will suffer. Don't you think?
     
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    I do. Fortunately for them, they have plenty of options and numbers where they can take up the slack. They also have some very good global trade deals going and a whole lot of bargaining clout.
     
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    We are their 2nd biggest trading partner and you think the workers of the EU will just shrug it off?
     
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    When you have global trade deals in place with the world's largest economies - yes, the EU are better placed to manage no-deal fall out. Bear in mind that the UK's global trade benefits from being a member of the EU.
     
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    If we leave with no deal, there will be 1 country in the world that will have no trade arrangements.

    That would be the UK.

    Is that a good situation?
     
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    What did you vote?
     
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    I voted leave.

    I am a Eurosceptic, always have been.

    However, the strength of the UK on the world stage depends very much on the trade alliances it has.

    Being a key member of the EU increases the UKs strength by a huge amount.

    And dont forget, 40 plus years of trading means the UK has got itself a pretty decent deal with the EU.

    If the UK leaves without a deal, it will be looking at the world with no trade deals. That means the UK will be desperate to have deals whefever it can.

    If you go to a van dealer and say to them: Ive gotta have a van today' -how much discount will you get. They wil, say 'weve just had a van in, its not valeted, and its covered in dents......but if you want it today'


    So In hindsight, I shouldve voted to stay in and as a Eurosceptic, and looked for the UK to work on reforming the EU from the inside.
     
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