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13 minutes ago, West 77 said:

The Coronavirus  global negative  financial impact puts everything into context.  Any negative impact because of the referendum result are small beer compared to the impact that the Coronavirus is having on the Global economy.  It's time to stop bitching about the EU referendum result and look at the bigger picture.

not really no, ones due to a global virus, ones down to idiocy, one couldnt be helped...one could have

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24 minutes ago, West 77 said:

The Coronavirus  global negative  financial impact puts everything into context.  Any negative impact because of the referendum result are small beer compared to the impact that the Coronavirus is having on the Global economy.  It's time to stop bitching about the EU referendum result and look at the bigger picture.

Indeed it does, it puts the self-indulgence and stupidity of Brexit into context. 

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55 minutes ago, West 77 said:

The Coronavirus  global negative  financial impact puts everything into context.  Any negative impact because of the referendum result are small beer compared to the impact that the Coronavirus is having on the Global economy.  It's time to stop bitching about the EU referendum result and look at the bigger picture.

A combination of developing a vaccine and building up enough herd immunity will mean the world economy will start recovering from the Coronavirus within about 2 years. The effects of Brexit will last a lot longer.

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On 13/03/2020 at 18:05, Litotes said:

Anyone seen a Brexiteer on here recently? Or are they all out spending their £350Ms?

Hi Litotes... :wave:

 

Its more fun watching you lot posting and arguing with no one, Hehe!

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On 13/03/2020 at 19:33, Mister Gee said:

Indeed it does, it puts the self-indulgence and stupidity of Brexit into context. 

Does it?

 

Trying to reverse the wishes of the majority in a referendum was the only really stupid thing.

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9 hours ago, MillerMike said:

Does it?

 

Trying to reverse the wishes of the majority in a referendum was the only really stupid thing.

What are your wishes Mike?

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This latest crisis highlights the need for international cooperation and unhindered trade.

Brexit may yet be the subject of a further referendum.

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On 14/03/2020 at 21:48, MillerMike said:

Does it?

 

Trying to reverse the wishes of the majority in a referendum was the only really stupid thing.

Indeed.

 

Referenda are obviously usually used to protect the wishes of a minority.

 

Only an innumerate moron would suggest otherwise.🙄

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9 hours ago, RJRB said:

This latest crisis highlights the need for international cooperation and unhindered trade.

Brexit may yet be the subject of a further referendum.

No it won’t it’s a done deal and yes you say international cooperation and unhindered trade let’s see who will try to scupper that 😁

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10 hours ago, RJRB said:

This latest crisis highlights the need for international cooperation and unhindered trade.

Brexit may yet be the subject of a further referendum.

There is no justification for another referendum. The UK has formerly left the EU. It would be understandable if the transition period is extended because of the current global crisis.  The current crisis highlights the need for borders between different countries which may lead to the remaining EU members changing the Schengen agreement.

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1 hour ago, West 77 said:

The current crisis highlights the need for borders between different countries which may lead to the remaining EU members changing the Schengen agreement.

Unlikely... tourism accounts for significantly more movement than those using FoM.

 

To put it into context (I appreciate the UK isn't in Shengen but), over 3m people come to the UK as tourists *each month*, orders of magnitude higher than those who travelled under FoM over the entire year!

 

FoM/Schengen is a red herring, changing it would have made no difference in the current situation (IMHO), borders always have been closable if the need arises.

 

 

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2 hours ago, West 77 said:

There is no justification for another referendum. The UK has formerly left the EU. It would be understandable if the transition period is extended because of the current global crisis.  The current crisis highlights the need for borders between different countries which may lead to the remaining EU members changing the Schengen agreement.

Read the news.

There are now numerous borders within countries never mind between countries.

Unhindered trade,and sharing of resources and knowledge are of greater importance both now and in the future than ever.

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