Im not trying to make a case for either side. I’m simply stating a fact. Voting done and wheels in motion. Albeit with many bumps. If a new referendum was to occur and remain won, do you not foresee the same bumps? A pointless exercise
Backing a view with “I don’t know” is foolish. I admit it’s very human and people have always been like that. That’s what Brexit shares with religion.
As i said, schooled in Brussels
Seems @macbonzo , the coach already roped you into the psychology course. What’s next?
MAGIC BOT KUMO PSAR DOUBLE FLIP ? £2500 FOR that
Can’t admit you’re wrong - and you have a large trading account? Dream on, Walter Mitty.
Actually, it makes all those posts really funny now I think back on them.
Very funny indeed.
Respect the fact your at least not on Crystal meth, hallucinating I’m a horse or some other poster.
That’s a good start anyway
And those old figures INCLUDE the million or so on long-term health benefits, which the new figures don’t.
A comparison of IP addresses is very easy for the admins.
I assumed you were on crank, though.
I see that above we are in Irish music mode.
Here’s one for the DUP.
I would have thought so too but maybe I wouldn’t have dropped the hint!
No. He or she has “a very large trading account” plus his red Porsche.
It’s all a bit “Top Gun”.
Porche? What an insult
So anyway…now that we have all decided to deal in facts…anyone own a business where you need to prepare for the exit? What’s your experience to-date?
With respect Ead, your chart shows (showed) the unemployment figures for 16 and over (not under 18) and it shows (late 2018) at being at or close to record lows,since 1971 at least.
Ah I see you just edited it.thanks
I just changed my wording at the top of the chart in case it misled someone who hadn’t followed the thread. You were already posting though…
Very misleading. Misinformation from a remainer. Typical