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    Re: Good news

    Good news house prices stall in October and will drop next year, but still not affordable.

    http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/m...ationwide.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by essexeddie View Post
    What's this knob doing on my thread?

    Anyway I got €1.11 to the pound yesterday useing my Metro card with no commission charges. Getting better.
    Remember Brexit has not started yet...

    Your Boss Boris said "In the words of our great Prime Minister, Brexit means Brexit and we are going to make a Titanic - Titanic! - success of it".
    HMS Brexit is sinking. LOL

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    No doubt they will twist it to suit their sorry twisted minds.
    Sad cases. Obviously leaving has certainly touched a nerve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by essexeddie View Post
    What's this knob doing on my thread?

    Anyway I got €1.11 to the pound yesterday useing my Metro card with no commission charges. Getting better.
    if you had of held off a day or two you would of got more as te pound is rising on the back of the court case today.

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    Very good news. The High Court has ruled the government must get parliamentary approval to trigger Article 50.



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    Speaking outside the Royal Courts of Justice, Gina Miller, one of the claimants who brought the case to law, said the Government should accept the ruling and "make the wise decision of not appealing".

    The politicians who lied to us and then ignored democracy never know when to stop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by information View Post
    if you had of held off a day or two you would of got more as te pound is rising on the back of the court case today.
    I've been withdrawing for a few days now to top up my bank and the rate is not a lot of difference from a couple of years ago. I think it's mainly due to the week euro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by essexeddie View Post
    I've been withdrawing for a few days now to top up my bank and the rate is not a lot of difference from a couple of years ago. I think it's mainly due to the week euro.
    also up against the USD so i would say its due to the court case.

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    all of the run-out rulings swings and roundabouts are only covering up almost 90% GDP debt
    http://www.nationaldebtclocks.org/de.../unitedkingdom

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    Good News, Daily Mail had to change its headline. Not only foreigners but now gays too are targeted by the paper.

    Daily Mail is upset because an openly gay judge ruled on Brexit. Possibly asking for concentration camps for Remainers next.

    http://cdn.pinknews.co.uk/images/2016/11/Daily-Mail.png

  9. #29

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    Good news, you read it here first.

    Government will win its case in the Supreme Court. Changing legal argument to Article 50 can be revoked. Opens the door to another referendum, once Brexit deal is on the table. Then we have all the facts and any outcome is the vote of the informed people. Finally democracy will win!

    I can already hear the Leavers outcry.

  10. #30

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    Good news. Brexit is best ever advertising for EU!

    EU citizens 62% (56% before Brexit) are getting more and more happy about their EU. Can you believe it, in the UK now 56% (March 49%) support the EU. Headline, many Brits are only now understanding the benefits of the EU.

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    Bad news. It is all going pear shaped. Brexit means ****.

    “The four fundamental freedoms are not negotiable for us,” said Weber, who is leader of the largest centre-right bloc in the European parliament.

    “We will not move a millimetre from this position. This is the reason why the British prime minister has now changed her stance and is backtracking. She will have to explain to the British people why she cannot keep her promises. There can only be a good agreement between the EU and the UK if Europe’s basic rules are accepted.”

    Somebody starts to **** themselves. Reality is kicking in

    The metaphor used to describe a possible interim deal in the German foreign office is that of a hammock, with one senior official quipping: “If it’s too comfortable, the Brits will fall asleep in it.”

    The pair, who first met as Europe ministers more than 20 years ago, spoke for 30 minutes in English on Monday without going into any detail on Brexit. Barnier had a “courtesy coffee” with Davis, at the UK’s request, to re-establish contact, a European commission spokesperson said.
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