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  • Kidicious
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    Originally posted by BlackCat View Post

    That is probably one of the most stupid thing that you have ever claimed

    Anyway, EU and japan has recently joined in a trade agreement that UK via brexit isn't part of. Now UK has to negotiate with Japan on its own without the support of the rest of Europe - good luck with that
    Really, who cares. They have to negotiate for themselves. Good. They can negotiate in their own interest. Do you think the EU gives a damn about the UK, or any other country?

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  • BlackCat
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    Originally posted by Kidicious View Post

    Either does Japan but you don't see them letting foreigners rule themselves.
    That is probably one of the most stupid thing that you have ever claimed

    Anyway, EU and japan has recently joined in a trade agreement that UK via brexit isn't part of. Now UK has to negotiate with Japan on its own without the support of the rest of Europe - good luck with that

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  • pchang
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    Do you even read what you write?

  • Kidicious
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    Originally posted by spambot View Post
    I don't think the UK produces enough food to feed itself.
    Either does Japan but you don't see them letting foreigners rule themselves.

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  • pchang
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    The UK does not produce enough of a lot of things and is in no way self-sufficient.

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  • spambot
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    I don't think the UK produces enough food to feed itself.

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  • Kidicious
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    Originally posted by Dauphin View Post

    In terms of operations, no. But the pound has gone up and down like a yo-yo every time anything Brexit related happens. Pre-vote I could get USD 1.50 or EUR 1.30 to the pound. Losing 15% of my net worth overnight was a kick in the teeth, given I planned to leave the U.K. in the mid-term.
    That only matters if you're doing import export

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  • Dauphin
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    Family originally. Centre of family is now around the great lakes more of less (Minneapolis/Chicago/Toronto/New York state) and so a move to North America is inevitable.

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  • Dinner
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    Are you leaving because of Brexit or for other reasons?

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  • Dauphin
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    Originally posted by Proteus_MST View Post
    So, with regards to the english currency, actually nothing will change after Brexit
    In terms of operations, no. But the pound has gone up and down like a yo-yo every time anything Brexit related happens. Pre-vote I could get USD 1.50 or EUR 1.30 to the pound. Losing 15% of my net worth overnight was a kick in the teeth, given I planned to leave the U.K. in the mid-term.

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  • BlackCat
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    Originally posted by Dinner View Post

    And here is your fundamental problem. You still don't know what other people want because you haven't bothered to listen to what they said. No, no one is trying to recreate the British Empire. What many of us do want is a more open democratic system where the fate of the British people are in the hands of British voters. The EU cannot and will not be reformed in the ways needed. Lord knows the UK has spent decades trying but it never works largely because the EU doesn't work.

    Will it be easy to retake sovereignty? No, but I am 100% certain that the end results will at least be up to the British people and not dictated by other people so that seems better to me. Yes, it will take time, probably about 10 years, but the end result will be better over all and it will be done as the actual people of the UK want it to be done. That is the whole point of Brexit.

    That you still don't know this means you should spend less time talking and more listening so that way you might actually know what you are talking about some day.
    Oerdin, you haven't the faintest idea about how the EU works. Those problems that you describe are US problems - many american states doesn't agree but can't get out of the mess.

    UK has all the freedom to get out of EU but it has a cost. Brexiteers claim the price is low but can't really prove it and claims facts is a lie (kinda trumpist). It will be a sad day if the UK really leave EU no matter how because the UK people will be extremely hurt. and no , they don't wake up in some paradise as claimed by nutcases.

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  • Proteus_MST
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    Also, the Brits kept their GBP and weren't part of the Eurozone (you can be part of the EU without also being part of the Eurozone (i.e. having EUR as currency) or being part of the Schengen-Treaty (i.e. having no border controls towards your EU neighbors))

    So, with regards to the english currency, actually nothing will change after Brexit

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  • Broken_Erika
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    Who needs essential medicines when you can have Blue Passports?
    Who needs food when you have Boris Johnson as PM?
    Who needs a livelihood when you can Take Back Control?
    Who needs peace in North Ireland when you can have Pax Brittania?

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  • BlackCat
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    Originally posted by Kidicious View Post

    Your list makes YOU seem ignorant. Control over the value of your currency is a good thing.
    True, only problem is that the brits wont have that

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  • Dinner
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    Originally posted by spambot View Post
    Oerdin will make the British Empire great again.
    And here is your fundamental problem. You still don't know what other people want because you haven't bothered to listen to what they said. No, no one is trying to recreate the British Empire. What many of us do want is a more open democratic system where the fate of the British people are in the hands of British voters. The EU cannot and will not be reformed in the ways needed. Lord knows the UK has spent decades trying but it never works largely because the EU doesn't work.

    Will it be easy to retake sovereignty? No, but I am 100% certain that the end results will at least be up to the British people and not dictated by other people so that seems better to me. Yes, it will take time, probably about 10 years, but the end result will be better over all and it will be done as the actual people of the UK want it to be done. That is the whole point of Brexit.

    That you still don't know this means you should spend less time talking and more listening so that way you might actually know what you are talking about some day.

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