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    Mod note: Threads about job losses that are a direct consequence of the abject failure that is "Tory Brexit" need to be put in the Brexit forum, or Tory Brexiters get upset and report them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Mod note: Threads about job losses that are a direct consequence of the abject failure that is "Tory Brexit" need to be put in the Brexit forum, or Tory Brexiters get upset and report them.
    What part of the big red bit has to do with Brexit or is Covid due to a consequence of it?

    London has suffered the biggest fall in job opportunities among Europe’s biggest cities, according to a report showing that national capitals across the region have been damaged most by Covid-19.
    Brexit is having a wee in the middle of the room at a house party because nobody is talking to you, and then complaining about the smell.

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    Post Brexit Britain will corner the market in trading Pokemon Cards. After all, we hold them all.
    When freedom comes along, don't PISH in the water supply.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TestMangler View Post
    Post Brexit Britain will corner the market in trading Pokemon Cards. After all, we hold them all.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/36293114241...QaAvrWEALw_wcB
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy2 View Post
    Financial companies are all moving offices to Dublin, Paris and Frankfurt.
    I don't think an average brexiteer hold a finance job.
    Emotional Brexit stuff aside, it kind of makes sense that if a trading desk is clearing Euros, that said desk is in an EU member state.

    Why would anyone be surprised, this must be one of the most obvious outcomes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by _V_ View Post
    Emotional Brexit stuff aside, it kind of makes sense that if a trading desk is clearing Euros, that said desk is in an EU member state. Why would anyone be surprised, this must be one of the most obvious outcomes?
    A lot of things that are about to happen (for the next 10-15 years) will make sense due to being obvious outcomes as detailed in Project Fear

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    Just re-train in something else, Nightingale hospital seems to be short on nurses and doctors, how hard can it be? Also border control will need an extra X thousand people soon. Opportunities are presenting themselves left, right and centre, you just need to want to see them.

    That or ask your Tory mates to find you a job elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsc View Post
    Just re-train in something else, Nightingale hospital seems to be short on nurses and doctors, how hard can it be? Also border control will need an extra X thousand people soon. Opportunities are presenting themselves left, right and centre, you just need to want to see them.

    That or ask your Tory mates to find you a job elsewhere.
    Not supplying PPE for a few £££ billion, I would happily take over that role post Brexit.
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    London ‘Thrown to the Lions’ as Brexit Finance Deal Unlikely - Bloomberg

    Anything for a blue passport (which was allowed all the time anyway) and fishing

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    London ‘Thrown to the Lions’ as Brexit Finance Deal Unlikely - Bloomberg

    Anything for a blue passport (which was allowed all the time anyway) and fishing

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