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    Quote Originally Posted by Yorkie62 View Post
    It was a reasonable question and all you can do is respond with abuse. Just what is your problem? Why are you incapable of entering into a reasoned discussion and debate without first resorting to abuse? Words fail me regarding your behaviour. With people like you behaving in the way you do when someone asks you a reasonable question there is no wonder this country is in the mess it is in. Completely unprofessional behaviour.
    Read the first post again. Try to understand the question. Then you may see why the abuse is warranted.
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    I actually did GCSE's - bit young for O levels and CSE's.

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    Well, Yorkie makes you look like George Orwell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by helen7 View Post
    Assuming May losing the vote today is largely priced in; but how will the markets react if somehow she wins?

    Will the pound go up or down?
    The pound will move up if the deal is voted through if not probably will not move.

    In the event of a no deal, the pound will crash. In fact the consequences maybe to trigger a liquidity crunch. Especially if small businesses go under en masse. Think of all those hauliers with their trucks stuck at the border. The smart money is on parity with the dollar and euro.

    If the deal is voted down, in effect Labour takes over, they and the Tory rebels will then determine what Brexit will be. Probably some sort of "Norway" deal. No deal is just more "Unicorns".
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    The pound will move up if the deal is voted through if not probably will not move.

    In the event of a no deal, the pound will crash. In fact the consequences maybe to trigger a liquidity crunch. Especially if small businesses go under en masse. Think of all those hauliers with their trucks stuck at the border. The smart money is on parity with the dollar and euro.

    If the deal is voted down, in effect Labour takes over, they and the Tory rebels will then determine what Brexit will be. Probably some sort of "Norway" deal. No deal is just more "Unicorns".
    I get the impression that the favoured option amongst MPs is to dodge the bullet and go back to the people, either via a general election or another referendum in the hope that they can get the all clear to rescind article 50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yorkie62 View Post
    I get the impression that the favoured option amongst MPs is to dodge the bullet and go back to the people, either via a general election or another referendum in the hope that they can get the all clear to rescind article 50.
    MPs often do not vote how their electorate would want them to vote. As Roy Hattersley said, constituents want MPs to vote with their conscious.

    Referendums are a bad way of settling anything. The only vote the people should get is elections. Anything else is divisive.

    Another referendum would be digging further after having reached rock bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMirror View Post
    MPs often do not vote how their electorate would want them to vote. As Roy Hattersley said, constituents want MPs to vote with their consciousCouscous.

    Referendums are a bad way of settling anything. The only vote the people should get is elections. Anything else is divisive.

    Another referendum would be digging further after having reached rock bottom.
    Conscience, Shirley?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Greg View Post
    Read the first post again. Try to understand the question. Then you may see why the abuse is warranted.
    You can do it, Yorkie!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zigenare View Post
    Conscience, Shirley?
    Baby steps. Get them to vote with conscious thought first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yorkie62 View Post
    It was a reasonable question and all you can do is respond with abuse. Just what is your problem?
    How long have you got?



    Best to just ignore OG. Most veteran posters do.

    He is a melting pot of bitter insecurities merged with a redneck banality that can only be trumped for irrelevance by halfwits like Nat and Whorty.

    The sort of man you would use as a blueprint if tasked to design an idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaunbhoy View Post
    How long have you got?



    Best to just ignore OG. Most veteran posters do.

    He is a melting pot of bitter insecurities merged with a redneck banality that can only be trumped for irrelevance by halfwits like Nat and Whorty.

    The sort of man you would use as a blueprint if tasked to design an idiot.

    Good to see you've sat down on the cretin side of the argument. Again.
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