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    My advice to Eurosceptics is stop arguing about...

    My advice to Eurosceptics is stop arguing about Greece otherwise they'll have egg on their face.

    :D
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    It has a budget surplus, growth of over 1% and...

    It has a budget surplus, growth of over 1% and falling unemployment.

    You couldn't expect for a better outcome considering where it was in 2012.

    Moody's issued a press release upgrading the...
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    No you haven't, you simply went off sulking. ...

    No you haven't, you simply went off sulking.

    But now you're back you can go ahead and answer them.

    :D
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    ..ah so you're back in the discussion, but no...

    ..ah so you're back in the discussion, but no rebuttal, just a flailing around rather aimlessly.

    I think the value of my Greek portfolio says it all really.

    :D
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    no it doesn't work like that, you have to let...

    no it doesn't work like that, you have to let them try and wear themselves out.

    :D
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    The Greek company I invested in, increased the...

    The Greek company I invested in, increased the number of employees by 10% last year.

    So not only am I making pots of money as they grow the company, so are my employees. You see I'm doing...
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    The thing is offshoring is perfectly normal, what...

    The thing is offshoring is perfectly normal, what is somewhat different is that there are no new projects coming in requiring local staff to replace the offshored projects. This is why offshoring...
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    Lots of "no deal" bravado in the Brexit...

    Lots of "no deal" bravado in the Brexit community. It reminds me of the aftermath of June 2016.

    June 2016 seems such a longtime ago.

    :D
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    You need to check the correlation between...

    You need to check the correlation between profitability and pay.

    Unfortunately a lot of Eurosceptics have little understanding of economics.

    :D
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    Are you ? Doesn't look too bad Jobs in...

    Are you ?

    Doesn't look too bad

    Jobs in Athens - Greece - for English Speaking Professionals

    Just need to get off your backside if you want a job.
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    I find it quite amusing how Eurosceptics bang on...

    I find it quite amusing how Eurosceptics bang on about Greece whilst its economy powers ahead making a mockery about their claims.

    If they want to worry about an economic basket case they need to...
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    not really Greece is the best performing stock...

    not really

    Greece is the best performing stock market in Europe



    I have my money where my mouth is, and my Greek portfolio is doing well.

    :D
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    There are lies, damned lies and statistics. :D ...

    There are lies, damned lies and statistics. :D

    Here are some more statistics, Greece GDP.
    ...
  14. He has two speeches written, a no deal speech and...

    He has two speeches written, a no deal speech and an article 50 delay speech.
  15. Pre EU - Glaswegian residents enjoying themselves...

    Pre EU - Glaswegian residents enjoying themselves doing the laundry :


    https://www.electricscotland.com/images/1940sGlasgowSteamie.jpg
  16. Aye life in the UK before the EU, look forward to...

    Aye life in the UK before the EU, look forward to it.

    https://flashbak.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Newcastle-housewife-1971-676x1024.jpg
  17. Working at home isn't really a legal way to do...

    Working at home isn't really a legal way to do this. You can't have an employment in one country and hop over the border and work at home.

    I worked in Switzerland whilst being resident in Germany...
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    Greece is currently growing at twice the rate of...

    Greece is currently growing at twice the rate of the UK and actually has a budget surplus.

    Isn't that interesting, and weighed down with all that debt.

    Economic activity speaks louder than...
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    The Greece debt problem is often misunderstood by...

    The Greece debt problem is often misunderstood by Eurosceptics who argue that Greece can't recover because the loans are too much of a burden. However Greece isn't paying interest on most of its...
  20. If you are going to work in the UK part of the...

    If you are going to work in the UK part of the time, then this should be taxed in both the UK and the Netherlands.

    If HMRC were to send an enquiry about whether you worked exclusively or not in...
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    Indeed Boris will sell the Brexiteers up the...

    Indeed Boris will sell the Brexiteers up the river.

    Look forward to that.

    :D
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    No he won't he's just angry. He'll feel the need...

    No he won't he's just angry. He'll feel the need to reply to the latest post because as usual he got it wrong again.

    My advice is to stop digging.

    :D
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    You are aware aren't you that Greece doesn't have...

    You are aware aren't you that Greece doesn't have to pay any interest or the loans back before 2033 ?

    no probably not

    You are aware that the private sector gave Greece substantial debt relief ?...
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    Indeed this is the big flaw in the Eurosceptic...

    Indeed this is the big flaw in the Eurosceptic argument. Greeks know they made their own mess and they need to get out of it. If the EU had caused their huge problems they would have left.
    ...
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    Wrong, it was. It is now average at 46%...

    Wrong, it was.

    It is now average at 46% roughly the same as the Netherlands. Perfectly sustainable. Scandinavian countries spend much more. This is a political choice and is perfectly ok as long...
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    You make a completely inconsistent argument, how...

    You make a completely inconsistent argument, how can Greece be driving growth with spending when it's actually cutting expenditure

    Greek government expenditure has been decreasing throughout the...
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    Greece exited the bailout last year, no more...

    Greece exited the bailout last year, no more money from the EU and it's still growing



    Greece Government Budget | 2019 | Data | Chart | Calendar | Forecast | News




    Greece is now...
  28. be afraid

    be afraid
  29. Tory party members happy to destroy the UK to get Brexit

    It looks like Tory party members would be happy to see the destruction of the UK and its economy if they get Brexit

    Tory party members happy to destroy the UK to get Brexit

    The one thing they...
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    Indeed I enjoy reading about it, for example the...

    Indeed I enjoy reading about it, for example the GDP growth statistics.

    https://d3fy651gv2fhd3.cloudfront.net/charts/greece-gdp-growth-annual.png?s=gkgnvyy&v=201906040944a1

    :D
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    indeed, although this time the argument seems to...

    indeed, although this time the argument seems to have been successfully concluded.

    :D
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    If you have a common market you need common...

    If you have a common market you need common rules.

    That's what the EU is all about.

    USMCA also involves the US meddling in "Mexico's sovereignty". The US China trade deal also involves the US...
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    You only have to look at why there is no funding...

    You only have to look at why there is no funding is to look no further than foreign companies withdrawing their assets from the City. No assets, no funding.

    It's as simple as that.
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    I find it quite amusing how all the Eurosceptics...

    I find it quite amusing how all the Eurosceptics go on about the breakup Eurozone and are blind to their own country falling apart. If there is a "real Brexit" the pound also might fall apart.

    :D
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    The UK won't be the UK for very long after it...

    The UK won't be the UK for very long after it leaves in October.

    Britain’s Next Prime Minister Has Probably Already Lost Scotland

    England will be so busy trying to sort out its own split that...
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    OK Successful recovery in Greece...

    OK

    Successful recovery in Greece
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    Here's another one from 2015: The End of...

    Here's another one from 2015:

    The End of Europe – Capital & Conflict




    oh why are we waiting

    I like this one
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    aha so you moved the argument. That's...

    aha so you moved the argument. That's interesting. Well one thing we can say is the Eurozone has less debt than the US.

    The Eurozone has 81% debt to GDP, the US has 108%. Not only that, the US is...
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    Greece created its own problems, blaming the EU...

    Greece created its own problems, blaming the EU is ridiculous. Germany basically lent them billions of Euros and obviously attached conditions. This obviously worked as Greece is now recovering.
    ...
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    Net migration in Greece turned positive in 2017....

    Net migration in Greece turned positive in 2017. Looks like Greece is now an attractive country to work in.
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    What he means is : ...

    What he means is :


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDt9QTdzIQo
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    It would appear to me that the way the Greece...

    It would appear to me that the way the Greece crisis was handled would be a reason to remain in the EU. Substantial improvements in the Greek economy since they adopted the EU recommended policies.
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    The unemployment rate seems to suggest otherwise:...

    The unemployment rate seems to suggest otherwise:

    https://d3fy651gv2fhd3.cloudfront.net/charts/greece-unemployment-rate.png?s=umrtgr&v=201906060904a1&d1=20140101&d2=20191231
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    That's what they said before the Peterborough by...

    That's what they said before the Peterborough by election. Peterborough should have been a shoe in for the Brexit party.
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    One of the key differences between the US and the...

    One of the key differences between the US and the EU is that the EU has its debt under control.
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    You've posted a prediction of the demise of the...

    You've posted a prediction of the demise of the USD :D
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    Channel 4 anti-Brexit bias

    Boris Johnson sidelined in Tory leadership debate

    All the fault of the channel 4 "remoan" presenters.
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    Sounds interesting but if there is a pact between...

    Sounds interesting but if there is a pact between the Tories and the Brexit party, then Tory voters will know they're actually voting for is a sort of extended Brexit party.

    :D
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    ah the imminent breakup of the Euro. Gr8 find....

    ah the imminent breakup of the Euro.

    Gr8 find. Good to see how these predictions turn out.

    :D
  50. The Brexiteers are nervous, they're so desperate...

    The Brexiteers are nervous, they're so desperate they have to overturn the Peterborough by election result to change the parliamentary arithmetic.

    :D
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