BREXIT implications

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Re: BREXIT implications

Post by strawclearer » Thu Mar 31, 2016 8:30 pm

L Smith wrote:
BeeJay wrote:Time to move it to the Chit Chat forum methinks.
+1
Yes - should be in there I think.

Or out.
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Re: BREXIT implications

Post by wellstiger » Fri Apr 01, 2016 10:04 am

Not joining the debate. I've made my choice. The same one I made in the 70's
Which ever way.
Players will get to where the money is, regardless of borders/visas and permits. Too much money involved in contracts T.V deals. Too early to get flappy.

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Re: BREXIT implications

Post by Noddy555 » Mon Apr 04, 2016 12:39 pm

MikeR if you think we'll get some kind of independence by choosing to leave, then I'm afraid you're living in Cloud Cuckoo land again. We will still be subject to 60% of European trade laws without any power to influence them. Also Brexit would seriously damage our farming industry, how do we replace European subsidies, probably by only raising
your income tax by about 5%.

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Re: BREXIT implications

Post by DickyP » Mon Apr 04, 2016 8:31 pm

Noddy555 wrote:MikeR if you think we'll get some kind of independence by choosing to leave, then I'm afraid you're living in Cloud Cuckoo land again. We will still be subject to 60% of European trade laws without any power to influence them. Also Brexit would seriously damage our farming industry, how do we replace European subsidies, probably by only raising
your income tax by about 5%.
Please take your politics away from the forum. I'll argue all night with you in the pub but not when talking about rugby.
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Re: BREXIT implications

Post by Noddy555 » Tue Apr 05, 2016 1:26 pm

Dicky P if other people raise a political issue on the forum I have every right to answer it or are we now censoring the kind of topics that can be discussed?

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