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  1. Ministers are worried

    "Ministers fear that businesses and financial markets will start betting on a no-deal outcome in the coming weeks, weighing on the pound and creating an unstable economic backdrop to the talks." Theresa May seeks Brexit compromises as fear of no-deal exit looms larger | Politics | The Guardian ...

    Started by AtW, Today 15:16
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  2. Remainers are in good company

    Eddie Izzard, Bob Geldof, Richard Bacon and that towering intellect Delia Smith Hmmm, not sure he's thought that through So how many of you: Went to the rally Couldn't attend because you are a migrant working outside the UK CBA to attend but like to moan anyway

    Started by Troll, Today 17:48
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  3. Brexit McBrexitface

    Remember when they let the British public decide on the name of a boat? And the result was disregarded because they felt the public's decision was too silly to follow through on? That was just the name of a boat.

    Started by WTFH, Yesterday 10:57
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  4. Finally, a Remainer who (mostly) gets it

    And in the Graun of all places I won’t be marching for a people’s vote. There has already been one | Suzanne Moore | Opinion | The Guardian Well worth a read.

    Started by Mordac, Today 12:23
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    Today 17:43 Go to last post
  5. EU's attempt to control Britain's tax policies after Brexit

    The European Union is drawing up plans to control Britain’s tax policies *after Brexit, leaked documents seen by The Daily Telegraph disclose. According to draft documents, the EU wants to ensure the UK pledges to keep its tax rules aligned with those of the bloc as part of any future Brexit...

    Started by AtW, Today 13:05
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    • Views: 57
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  6. Contractors Idiocy Group

    is looking for members - Brexiteers preferred...

    Started by AtW, Yesterday 20:44
    • Replies: 5
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    Today 12:17 Go to last post
  7. New stamps

    Royal Mail to release new Stamps

    Started by Whorty, Yesterday 09:28
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 173
    Yesterday 22:09 Go to last post
  8. How about we do a merger with the Republic of Ireland?

    I was just having a think re Brexit. The problem with the Irish border could be elegantly resolved if the UK merged with the Republic of Ireland to become one sovereign nation, outside of the EU. Called the UKIB (the United Kingdom of Ireland and Britain), the seat of government would move from...

    Started by GJABS, 15th October 2018 19:30
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  9. A terrible politicised article in the newsletter on Brexit

    The first article in the newsletter How Brexit for contractors is shaping up as 2018 winds down is absolutely terrible. It's littered with the authors's biases and political leanings that should have no baring on the content. We don't need political pieces (especially on Brexit!) being included in...

    Started by CoblersClob, 17th October 2018 11:05
    brexit, newsletter
    • Replies: 5
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    Yesterday 18:29 Go to last post
  10. Why are Brexiters so angry?

    Saw a post on a Facebook page earlier (the page is nothing to do with Brexit) but the thread diverted to Brexit (as most things seem to these days). The anger from Brexiters is funny and sad in equal parts. I don't get it, Brexiters 'won' the vote so why are they so angry? Is it because: -...

    Started by Whorty, 14th October 2018 15:30
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  11. AVIVA bye bye UK, hello Ireland

    Aviva to transfer UK policy administration to Ireland possible brexiteer replies below: - Not all of Aviva - Just a few jobs - WGAF - Fook business

    Started by Eirikur, 17th October 2018 10:50
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    18th October 2018 21:11 Go to last post
  12. Brexit officially cancelled, pound rallies...

    Brexit: UK to consider longer transition period i.e. forever Business Live: Pound rallies LIVE The Gammonightus are going berserk over on HYS. Zimmer frame riots in Westminster soon....

    Started by scooterscot, 18th October 2018 11:02
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  13. Farage foaming at the mouth

    I couldn’t wait to leave the European Council meeting last night. For several hours I was forced to listen to widespread mockery being directed at the United Kingdom. “Surely, Nigel, you don’t believe Brexit will actually happen?” people taunted. Make no mistake: this is now the view that prevails...

    Started by AtW, 18th October 2018 15:52
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    18th October 2018 19:22 Go to last post
  14. Cool Look waht Brexit has done now...

    Wages rise at fastest pace in a decade Where's the doom and gloom 50,000,000 unemployed rhetoric now eh? Full employment, booming incomes and house prices still rising. Brexit is already paying dividends with 163 days to go!

    Started by DimPrawn, 16th October 2018 21:15
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  15. Britons may need visas to visit France in 'no deal' scenario

    Britons may need visas to go on holiday in France next summer if there is no Brexit deal, officials in Paris have warned. The French government has published draft legislation in preparation for a crash-out, which says that checks... Brexit live: Britons may need visas to visit France in 'no...

    Started by AtW, 17th October 2018 15:13
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  16. Brexit will be reversed after another referendum or snap General Election

    As a no deal Brexit looks every more likely, the unknown consequences are so potentially devastating the government will collapse or will cop out by offering another vote. If a no deal goes through the Tories will be destroyed for generations as the party that ****ed up the U.K.

    Started by Unix, 17th October 2018 10:39
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    18th October 2018 16:05 Go to last post
  17. EUSSR to use "creative wording" to allow the UK to cave

    EUSSR to use "creative wording" to allow the UK to cave ...and thereby ensure the UK never leaves EUSSR. :D

    Started by BlasterBates, 18th October 2018 11:19
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    18th October 2018 12:54 Go to last post
  18. US threatens to block European banks from exchanges over Brexit derivatives deal

    A top US regulator has threatened to prevent European banks from accessing US futures markets over EU plans for the oversight of foreign clearing houses after Brexit (AtW's comment: as in those in London...). Speaking at the Futures and Options Expo in Chicago, Christopher Giancarlo, head of the...

    Started by AtW, 18th October 2018 12:20
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  19. Daiwa, bye bye UK, hello Frankfurt

    Subscribe to read | Financial Times Fook business

    Started by Eirikur, 12th October 2018 11:28
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    18th October 2018 08:23 Go to last post
  20. No-deal Brexit: why your investments could soar in value

    A no-deal Brexit could boost the value of your investments, experts have said, as expectations of a cliff-edge departure from the European Union grows. As Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to come to a decision with European leaders on the question of the Irish border, among other issues, at...

    Started by AtW, 17th October 2018 15:01
    • Replies: 3
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    17th October 2018 19:35 Go to last post

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