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 Post subject: Re: still wanting to move to Lanzarote
PostPosted: Tue Jul 12, 2016 7:32 am 
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:roll: :roll: :roll: When in doubt and losing the argument....resort to ´´scare´´ tactics and loose off both barrels at anyone around you.......Farage et al would be proud of you :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:....if they were anywhere to be found that is :mrgreen: :mrgreen:...as they also found..you cannot beat a reasoned argument with rants and dubious ´´predictions´´ :roll: :? :wink: also at least Italy´s banks WILL be bailed out by the EU(If indeed it is as bad as you say...but it hardly rates a mention in the papers or on the news here....maybe just ´´blown -up´´ a tiny bit in your press, to soothe Brexit egos ??)...after you have left and your banks ´´tank´´....who is going to help you :?: :?: (ahhh the Sound of Silence :( )


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 Post subject: Re: still wanting to move to Lanzarote
PostPosted: Tue Jul 12, 2016 9:51 pm 
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Good evening lanzalocal its been a busy day at work again and more good news for the brexit uk as the FTSE shares are up again today and
Boeing aerospace are opening a new factory in the uk creating 2000 jobs
things are looking up despite all the doom merchants on the remain side
but I suppose it will never last and the UK will never survive outside the EU


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 Post subject: Re: still wanting to move to Lanzarote
PostPosted: Wed Jul 13, 2016 3:39 am 
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Good evening.....just a few quick points to explain the one s mentioned by yourself....Boeing only interested in deal as you were pulling out of the EU ...which they have effectively been ´´locked out´´ of since Airbus was created as a European rival and Boeing sees the fact that the UK is on the EUs ´´doorstep´´ as a way into the market,had there been no vote to leave then there would have been no deal :( :( :( ... .....FTSE and stirling up as the markets perceive the following...May is a better bet than the previous bunch as the papers over here and throughout the EU,report she is a ´´proper´´ politician.not some jumped up windbag who ran for the hills like the others when they realised what a mess they had created :oops: :oops: also she is rumoured not to trigger Article 50 until at least late 2017 or even 2018.....and the ´´biggy´´ and the main reason your stocks and stirling rallied was on the news that your parliament after being petitioned by over 4 MILLION voters has now scheduled a debate on a SECOND EU referendum ,,,,,and it cannot be ruled out as the only bloke who said the last one, was binding and irreversible, has stepped down as PM and the new PM is known to be a pragmatist who can be seen to take on board the wishes of the majority.........methinks the ´´leavers´´ may well be in for a surprise or two in the next year...the markets certainly think so too :lol: :lol:
You see that the mood in the EU has lightened as the prospect is that there is a possibility that after negotiations that the ONLY thing that will change is the fact that everything remains almost the same...except that the UK is not an ACTUAL member of the EU...but simply a satellite, subject to existing regs and rules( but able to negotiate over future legislation....much as using the veto works now)....or even that a new referendum will reverse the decision :D :D


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