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MarkBRFC71 last won the day on November 12 2010

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  1. Everyone is 870 quid worse off before any payrise (and not everyone will have got one) as a direct result of Brexit in terms of spending power, so you'd need to be getting at least that a year to break even. And that 870 quid reduction in spending power is likely to increase as we delve further into the rabbit hole of Brexit.
  2. Devasting testimony from Sondland - question is now will Guliani be the fall guy, or flip on Trump?
  3. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/oct/30/tactical-voting-could-deliver-remain-victory-in-election-study This needs to be published, distributed and forwarded far and wide. We might just be able to save the nation from the impending disaster (for the majority, not the rich who stand to profit from it) of Brexit. https://www.getvoting.org/
  4. Except it's another easily refuted example of pro-leave nonsense that's peddled on social media. https://fullfact.org/europe/pensioners-eu-uk/
  5. Africa Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force - Planet Rock
  6. He doesn't have a scooby - other than the half-baked ideas about immigration and better trade deals he linked to when I asked him. @chaddyrovers prove me wrong, and answer the 3 very simple questions Jim asked. It'll take you 5 mins. I for one am genuinely interested to hear your responses.
  7. Jeez, there's so much nonsense there it's giving me headache Fishing: https://fullfact.org/europe/eu-pinching-our-fish/ EU Army/Conscription: https://fullfact.org/online/EU-army-conscription/
  8. So immigration and better trade deals. Don't we already make our own rules on immigration from outside the EU? Leaving the EU will have zero impact on that. And aren't those coming from within the EU pretty much propping up key services like the NHS, or willing to perform lesser service roles for wages which most of the current British career unemployed wouldn't turn over in bed for? Trade deals - sure this has been mentioned - but do you really think we as a small, isolated nation with not much of a manufacturing industry, are going to get a better trade deal than a vast bloc of 500m people? As a company, would you not rather be inside those walls than out?
  9. Why did YOU vote leave? What do YOU think will be better about the UK if we leave? You may have explained this before, but I'm new to this thread so I apologise I haven't seen anything you may have provided in the past. Genuinely interested as I have yet to hear a compelling reason - backed up with solid research and factual evidence - as to why we would be better off.
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