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  1. On "exit day", as your link clearly verifies..... it's the same legislation that is already enshrined in section 1 of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018: https://publiclawforeveryone.com/2019/08/18/the-brexit-secretary-says-he-has-set-in-stone-the-repeal-of-the-european-communities-act-1972-but-the-legal-significance-of-this-misleading-claim-is-very-limited/ Purely symbolic... as previously stated... it doesn't do anything that wouldn't have happened anyway Essentially, pointless propaganda... "hook, line and sinker!"
  2. LOL, a lesson in how to highlight your gullibility..... It's a symbolic act... only comes into effect on "exit day" when it would have automatically happened anyway!
  3. Pretty much destroys the idea that the UK won't install a hard border in NI too.... didn't see that coming Worth noting that this isn't Operation Black Swan, which was about the possible worst case scenarios... Operation Yellowhammer is what government thinks *will* happen!
  4. By almost every measurable standard... be that job creation, GDP highs, value of stock market rise, price of golf trips and holidays.... Obama out performs Trump at every turn.... Obama certainly wasn't perfect, but if he was useless... how bad must Trump really be? An interesting article... particularly because it doesn't give Trump credit for the economy under his presidency... effectively, he's had little effect... nice If it wasn't Obama's economy, then it most certainly wasn't Trumps either! Talk about useless.....
  5. It hasn't been "debunked" at all, quite the opposite! Trump was not exonorated Not strange... merely simple common sense... the economy has followed *exactly* the same trajectory it was on when Trump inherited it... there was no "Trump Bump" 2.5%.... ouch! what happened to that magic wand... oh yeah, doesn't exist It takes time for any change in policies to take effect... just as it took time for Obama to turn the economy around. Now we're seeing the Trump effect... it's not good! Almost 1m less jobs created compared to Obama after 28 months Since Obama inherited the greatest recession in living memory, rather than the healthy, growing one as Trump did... then no, it's really not strange at all Fox News poll shows Trump losing to Biden, Warren, Sanders and Harris: https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/457645-fox-news-poll-shows-trump-losing-to-biden-warren-sanders-and-harris
  6. It's not a theory, or a conspiracy... it's fact. You know, those things you're petrified of! How long was it before the policies Obama enacted started showing up in the economy/job numbers and the recession was declared over? Hmmm, a couple of years wasn't it.... Not at all... that $tn givaway postponed it a little, but after a similar amount of time we're now starting to see the "Trump Effect". Predictably, it's not looking good
  7. Former Chief Economist of the NFU paints a particularly bleak picture for farmers: https://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/in/pages/19999/attachments/original/1565772927/PV_NoDeal_SeanRickard_13Aug19_FINAL.pdf https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/business/farming/farming-news/957560/claim-that-no-deal-brexit-could-force-more-than-half-of-farms-to-stop-trading/ “Many of them voted to leave the EU in good faith because people like Boris Johnson told them it would mean an improved trading relationship with the EU and a better future. The reality looks very different now. It would be a disgrace to democracy to impose no deal on this country without the public having the final say…”
  8. Mar-a-Lago? Hillarious, how daft do you have to be! https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-49322050 "A hiring freeze by the Trump administration has left thousands of staff vacancies across the Bureau of Prisons, creating "dangerous conditions" for both staff and inmates, said Eric Young, president of the American Federation of Government Employees Council of Prison Locals. Officers are regularly forced to work 70- and 80-hour work weeks" Oh dear, there's your explanation... doesn't seem to be Clinton related
  9. 30-Year Yield Falls to Record Low and Curve Warns of Recession:- https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-14/u-s-30-year-yield-at-record-low-as-key-segment-of-curve-inverts Whoopsy
  10. No chance of US trade deal if Irish accord hit https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-49348062
  11. It's a fairly accurate description, which word would you prefer? We're not on the news... Offense for offense sake.. says more about you.... not much else tbh Johnson doing his Trump impression: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-49348072 Utterly ridiculous.. it'll appeal to the woof woofs tho... sadly
  12. Rape - "an act of plunder"... there's nothing to be disgusted about, the word is accurate and appropriate. Your outrage is simply faux nonsense.... a product of a lack of understanding.
  13. Rich Arch Brexiteer who's business relies on cheap foreign labour says no-deal will be OK: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-49326148 Guy who told us that Iraq had WMDs promises US trade deals: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-49325620 Weird how the signalling on that one has changed eh? If Tony Blair really was the worst PM because of Iraq, entirely on the advice of this guy... what could possibly go right? Sounds a lot like softening up for a bumpy ride...
  14. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/picture/2019/aug/11/ben-jennings-on-sajid-javids-plans-for-a-50p-brexit-coin-cartoon#img-1
  15. No evidence for Brexit Party and Tory claims of electoral fraud, police conclude: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/peterborough-by-election-electoral-fraud-investigation-brexit-party-labour-lisa-forbes-a9006936.html Cambridgeshire Police dismiss vote-rigging claims following investigation into five allegations .. and I didn't even need a crystal ball , who'd have thunk it! "hook, line and sinker"
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