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Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing 10:28

Brexit Wars 3 cashpharma: Trouble is single market involves allowing freedom of movement, the one thing that people wanted. Once they realise that they’ll be civil disorder! Not being judgemental just factual. Bring it on. But apart from a few low - life Robinson type thugs, the boiler suit and senile racist groups will just shrug their shoulders so bored are they now with the whole farrago. IMHO, SBK

Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing 10:24

Brexit Wars 3 Cashpharma, You could well be right but I’m not too sure except that there will be no crash out. IMHO, SBK

cashpharma 10:21

Brexit Wars 3 Trouble is single market involves allowing freedom of movement, the one thing that people wanted. Once they realise that they’ll be civil disorder! Not being judgemental just factual.

cashpharma 10:18

Brexit Wars 3 Without DUP government would have lost confidence motion but polls suggest if there was a general election the conservatives would win it easily. There isn’t going to be a second referendum sadly. At some point before March 29 or after with an extension May’s agreement is going to go through once NI issue is fudged so we won’t crash out(neverlikely anyway). Investors should position themselves accordingly.

petethenovice 09:19

Brexit Wars 3 consensus is gathering around staying in the customs union and single market… which would mean that all Brexit does is remove our ability to influence the rules we follow.

J_Westlock 16 Jan 2019

Brexit Wars 3 Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing: So, I have a simple solution: we all agree to definitely leave the EU in 2030. That gives us all a rest. And plenty of time to escape. Can’t do that ‘cos according to the Brexiteers the EU won’t exist by then.

J_Westlock 16 Jan 2019

Brexit Wars 3 Proverbs_26_vs_5: and will not advance the “Public Vote” that was mandated by conference It wasn’t “mandated” by Conference. The motion passed was exactly the wording I put in my previous post… which was to leave it open as an option… which they have. Their policy is to Leave the EU negotiating a new Deal with a customs union.

petethenovice 16 Jan 2019

Brexit Wars 3 A Gov supposed to be Governing just Surviving… She survived by a margin of 306 to 325. Last night, her Brexit deal was rejected by a margin of 230 votes - the biggest government defeat in history - with 432 MPs voting against the deal and 202 voting for.

Proverbs_26_vs_5 16 Jan 2019

Brexit Wars 3 Typical of the competence of the ERG.

oilovlam 16 Jan 2019

Brexit Wars 3 I bet th owe clever people in the ERG are kicking themselves that they had their leadership vote last month…it would have been !uch more effective now IMO

Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing 16 Jan 2019

Brexit Wars 3 I seriously think that this Brexit process is going to cause a psychotic meltdown in large chunks of the population. I’m starting to feel that I’ve slipped into a surreal nether world myself. The two problems which have bedevilled the Referendum outcome are; a. The vote was just too close. b. The politicians charged with sorting it out are not competent enough to shovel sh*t from one end of room to the other. So, I have a simple solution: we all agree to definitely leave the EU in 2030. That gives us all a rest. And plenty of time to escape. IMHO, SBK

Proverbs_26_vs_5 16 Jan 2019

Brexit Wars 3 But JC, who is a long term Brexiteer, keeps saying that his priority is to force an election, and will not advance the “Public Vote” that was mandated by conference because he says that he is working towards bringing down the Tory Government. In reality the argument is sophistry. He wants to rn down the clock every bit as much as the loons in the ERG.

macbonzo 16 Jan 2019

Brexit Wars 3 I’m sure there may be some latent “confirmation” bias, but, I do recall working the orderbook for 3 months to get 1.19 back in November 2016 - Jan 2017. There is resistance at 1.19. Have a plan and get on with it. It’s never making a decision that finishes you.

Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing 16 Jan 2019

Brexit Wars 3 Proverbs_26_vs_5: We constantly hear about the 17.4 million who voted leave and that they should not be betrayed. I reckon the 1.4 million now dead 'uns will get over it. IMHO, SBK

Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing 16 Jan 2019

Brexit Wars 3 macbonzo: Hi SBUK, I can only really reiterate what I have said before. The Scene of Crime (SoC), day of the vote was 1.355. We have fallen to a low of 1.076. We have met resistance at 1.148 - 1.152 numerous times in the last 15 months. Above that we have 1.19 area. It is here, I think we would stall after Brexit is buried. Certainly if I were in your position I would get a sizeable portion converted at this level. I feel if we knew the date of the 2nd referendum before the end of March then we could rally sharply. Thanks Mac. I was hoping that you would be more optimistic. Maybe I’ll blame it on your confirmation bias as you converted at 1.19 I seem to recall! Couldn’t you push it to 1.25 like it was in the good old days? IMHO, SBK

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