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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    Personally I think Brexiters should get their wish and we should walk away now
    For those of us with the memory of a gnat, could you remind us of the steps you’ve taken to protect your considerable assets and what your primary residence is now worth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    No sign of that
    You’re so resilient!

    Unemployment cannot stay at a record low for much longer. The Eurozone economies will eventually show some expansion over the post-crash period. Coupled with the Brexit severe shock scenario, they’re bound to overtake us eventually.

    The worm will turn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbrown View Post
    For those of us with the memory of a gnat, could you remind us of the steps you’ve taken to protect your considerable assets and what your primary residence is now worth?
    Quite. That's why I think we should walk away now (..ish. Completion is the next month or so ).
    Although I'm pretty sure I'll complete safely, since the walking away isn't going to happen is it?
    There's going to be some fudge compromise that makes both Brexiters and Remainers worse off.
    Last edited by sasguru; 25th October 2017 at 11:33.
    Hard Brexit now!
    #prayfornodeal

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbrown View Post
    You’re so resilient!

    Unemployment cannot stay at a record low for much longer. The Eurozone economies will eventually show some expansion over the post-crash period. Coupled with the Brexit severe shock scenario, they’re bound to overtake us eventually.

    The worm will turn.
    Britain will show lack lustre growth it will not leave the EU, that was abundantly clear, any attempt to do a Hard Brexit will result in the Economic doom the treasury forecast said would happen.

    If economic doom weren't to happen why didn't the government immediately hand in article 50 as Nigel Farage kept telling them to do?

    Why are they handing over 60 billion for a transition deal when they don't need to ?
    I'm alright Jack

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