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Home: Britain / Re: The Brexit
« Last post by KiwiCanadian on April 03, 2019, 10:05:19 AM »
As one from the colonies and what the EU forced Britain to do to us, I must say that I agree with Nigel Farage.
The referendum was democratically done and accepted by all, well almost all.
This total waste of time money and the "EU Mandarins" that have clearly had no interest in letting Britain escape form the EU. The only answer is a NO DEAL, use the world trade agreements and get on with life.

As has been said May has been on the remain side all along but was thrust in to the leaders roll and has betrayed the UK population (Bigger forces behind this, even Camron saw this and he would have be led to do the will of the "Masters")
I clearly believe that by trying to force Britain to remain the EU Oligarchy thought every other state would fall in and BACK the EU,  LOL.
This has back fired and every one rightfully so want their national identity back again.

If I could, I would vote for Nigel Farage for British PM, I am sure he would say to the EU Oligarchy Up Yours! (I think he has already said the to Juncker & his comrades as an EU MP)

As to ponder the future, 20 years from now we will either be separate nation states or the Oligarchy will have their New World Order, to the cost of millions of lives.

Just my $2.00 worth from the colonies.

KC
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Transport & Traffic / Re: World’s Top 100 Airports 2019
« Last post by KiwiCanadian on April 03, 2019, 09:34:21 AM »
I have got to agree with you Johnnie, did they "USE" the same travelers for every airport, probably NOT.

Too much variance in the individuals that would answer the survey, just like Brexit, LOL
I would take these with a grain of horse poop.
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Home: Britain / Re: The Brexit
« Last post by Roger on April 03, 2019, 08:27:01 AM »
I'm exhausted with Brexit - but have to get this off my chest.

The EU "Mandarins' and other leading European figures bemoan of 'losing patience' as the UK Parliament's suffers contortions in trying to pass agreement of the 'negotiated' ''Withdrawal Agreement'' or anything else.

The UK Parliament's problems are a measure of the brutal and unforgiving 'stitching up' of Mrs May in these farcical negotiations - the EU never intended to give the UK any 'deal' which would be acceptable to the UK Parliament and this is just what they wanted. Now the EU is looking down on the Brits predicament and 'foolishness' in wanting to leave. Masterly. Mrs May shame on you - how did you fall for it ?

The 'orrible Verhofstadt was being very lofty as usual today - let's not forget he was PM of Belgium for 9 years and even now, Belgium has great difficulty in forming a Govt at all, there's been 20 weeks of serious rioting in France whilst Italy and others fulminate on various EU matters and Eurozone problems mount.

It's now confirmed that no matter how long the delay to Brexit, the Withdrawal Agreement will not be reopened. And that a delay to Brexit has risks for the EU  ;)  Yep 39 billion of 'em  ;)

GET ME OUTA HERE !!!  8)
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Transport & Traffic / Re: World’s Top 100 Airports 2019
« Last post by Taman Tun on April 02, 2019, 09:12:21 PM »
The Suvarnabhumi rating is probably weighted down by the long immigration queues.  Suvarnabhumi is a pretty good place and you can never place much reliance on any of these surveys.
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Transport & Traffic / World’s Top 100 Airports 2019
« Last post by Johnnie F. on April 02, 2019, 08:19:28 PM »
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Home: Britain / Re: The Brexit
« Last post by Johnnie F. on April 01, 2019, 06:30:11 PM »
BTW I'd be happy to see Germany and the EU doing well - and a brexited UK too   ;D

Finally we can agree on something! :)
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Home: Britain / Re: The Brexit
« Last post by Roger on April 01, 2019, 05:59:07 PM »
JF reply 200 - ''you consume those unreliable "press" and even take it for granted''   :uhm

Correction - figures from the Federal Statistics Office . . .

''Germany's economy grew by 1.5% last year, its slowest rate since 2013, the latest official figures show. Figures from the Federal Statistics Office showed Europe's largest economy slowed sharply as the year wore on.''

https://www.bbc.com/news/business-46875113

Nuff said  :-X 

BTW I'd be happy to see Germany and the EU doing well - and a brexited UK too   ;D
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Home: Britain / Re: The Brexit
« Last post by Taman Tun on April 01, 2019, 04:42:33 PM »
Come on Roger, stop reading the Torygraph.  I am now thoroughly tired of the Guardian and have just taken out a subscription to the Times.  I think that the Dirty Digger needs help with his pension fund.


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Home: Britain / Re: The Brexit
« Last post by Johnnie F. on April 01, 2019, 04:13:05 PM »
Just for fun  ;)

Of course it's funny, Roger, but sad at the same time,  that you consume those unreliable "press" and even take it for granted. Enjoy the dreams they give you!  :evilgrin
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Home: Britain / Re: The Brexit
« Last post by Roger on April 01, 2019, 04:08:42 PM »
JF reply 194 - ''I have no worries about the German economy''.

DT live today - ''German industrial slump deepens as growth plunges to lowest level since 2012''.

and . .  ''Growth in German factories hits lowest level since July 2012
FTSE 100 nears six-month high after Chinese manufacturers rebound
Roger Bootle: EU will move to full fiscal union, or disband
''.

Just for fun  ;)

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