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    Quote Originally Posted by shaunbhoy View Post
    Whaddya know? Maybe Barclays ARE a charity after all? The only other explanation is that you are talking out of your arse again.




    The important bit is in bold. These are new jobs.




    I've thought about it. Barclays are NOT in fact a charity. You really ARE as stupid as your comments suggest.

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    From a reputable Brexit supporting newspaper (I'm lying about the reputable bit)

    Between 150 and 200 jobs will be created in Dublin as a result of the move which the bank said would be a combination of new jobs and those moving from the UK.
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    Kevin Wall, the CEO of Barclays’ Irish unit has told members of the U.K. Treasury Select Committee that these new roles are going to be over and above the 150 current U.K. jobs, which are likely to shift to Dublin, post Brexit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    From a reputable Brexit supporting newspaper (I'm lying about the reputable bit)



    Some banking news outlet:
    Treasonous lies! Final victory is in sight!
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    And still there are uneducated brexidiots who believe that transfering £166B out of the country does not impact the economy of the UK in any way, because it says in the article not many jobs are at risk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirikur View Post
    And still there are uneducated brexidiots who believe that transfering £166B out of the country does not impact the economy of the UK in any way, because it says in the article not many jobs are at risk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Greg View Post
    It's a good job you weren't in charge of the Dunkirk evacuation.
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    The food trade seems to be getting hit more than the financial area, bacon and booze, two of the Brexiters favourites:

    Oddbins prepares to appoint administrators - BBC News

    Pork processor to cut hundreds of jobs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirikur View Post
    And still there are uneducated brexidiots who believe that transfering £166B out of the country does not impact the economy of the UK in any way, because it says in the article not many jobs are at risk
    I don't know what you're talking about, don't you know Sargent Spud is an international business guru? Once he's sorted out the pharma industry, the car industry and the food industry he'll move on to Barclays and the financial sector to explain how all these industries are wrong and they need to listen to him.

    I mean. it's simply pathetic how every industry and sector in the UK, except Dyson and 'Spoonies, can get it so wrong. They're all just not trying hard enough!

    Anyone heard of a single sector, not an individual company like 'Spoonies with a vested interest, but a whole sector, that has said anything positive about the impact of brexit on their sector? Even the mighty fishing industry, which brexit is supposed to help, doesn't seem to like what brexit will deliver
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whorty View Post
    I don't know what you're talking about, don't you know Sargent Spud is an international business guru? Once he's sorted out the pharma industry, the car industry and the food industry he'll move on to Barclays and the financial sector to explain how all these industries are wrong and they need to listen to him.

    I mean. it's simply pathetic how every industry and sector in the UK, except Dyson and 'Spoonies, can get it so wrong. They're all just not trying hard enough!

    Anyone heard of a single sector, not an individual company like 'Spoonies with a vested interest, but a whole sector, that has said anything positive about the impact of brexit on their sector? Even the mighty fishing industry, which brexit is supposed to help, doesn't seem to like what brexit will deliver
    Coincidentally, I've received the WetherspoonNews through the mailbox today, delivered with all the other junk mail. A 46-page magazine of which around half of it is page after page of Brexit.

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