Brexit


#5084

This is good …

https://www.ft.com/content/4ddadd04-24a0-11e9-8ce6-5db4543da632?segmentId=778a3b31-0eac-c57a-a529-d296f5da8125


#5085

Well la dee bleeding da…look who reads the FT while Jeeves parks the Roller.


#5086

Whoa! Does not everybody read the FT??? You jest?!?!?!


#5087

My record speaks for itself… well apart from one Bernie Madoff thing


#5088

It wants me to register to read. What’s the gist of it?


#5089

Everything we say basically - it’s just unusual for an English guy to be saying it!


#5090

Itv seem to have much more balance then BBC on brexit


#5091

channel 4 even


#5092

#5093

Liam Fox repeatedly says that trade deals will be easier yet he has agreed very few deals in his time as International Trade Secretary. The man is a serial spoofer.


#5094

I don’t know but anything is possible, altered interpretations, shifted goalposts, we’re living in the era that has redefined what is ‘truth’, ‘factual’, ‘real’ and constitutional, amongst other things.


#5095

That’s the usual thing of people buying up because of the forecast of snow. And/or someone took a photo at the end of the stock week, possibly an employee after hours


#5096

#5097

More false indignation and blaming the EU bad guys. No doubt it will be lapped up by the bristling Brexit bulldogs.


#5098

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#5100

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#5102

#5103

Just heard a vox pop on radio one in Ireland (and Northern Ireland) where the majority of people asked had no clue what the backstop is. Astonishing level of ignorance/disengagement from what’s going on. This has the potential to seriously harm our economy in less then two months …

No deal brexit is still the default unless an alternative course can be set.