We don't have a crystal ball. But I wonder what was in the government's
reports that they won't publish. Something so awful that Davis would
rather be accused of Contempt of Parliament than tell us.
What a fuck up brexit is!
And that's as much as we know of the future as anything else and from
/ by anyone else (Brexiteers included).
The Brexiteers must have ... and must have all this down on some big
(peer tested) spreadsheet where they know *categorically* just what
everything will cost and how much better off we will all be in the
future (mustn't they?). I mean, who would vote us out with so much
conviction *without* having this all planned out first. We should ask
them exactly what the 'divorce' payments are as I'm guessing no one in
their right mind would vote out 'at any cost' eh, that would be crazy!
Good question. ;-(
It does make you wonder eh. But hey, around 1/3rd of the population
voted out so out it must be ... at any cost and no matter what new
evidence comes to light that might prove leaving to be a complete
disaster for all of us! ;-(
That's 'democracy' (Brexiteer stylee) apparently.
Cheers, T i m
On Thu, 30 Nov 2017 12:40:05 GMT, email@example.com (AnthonyL)
<snip> >>The Brexiteers must have ... and must have all this down on some big
I'm not sure what that has to do with the situation we are in atm?
(Were the...) 4th Highest GDP, people desperate to improve their lives
to get here, not bad probably?
They did? Cite?
Yeah, I particularly like the:
"... please note that none of the figures on the money flowing between
the UK and EU are fully reflective of the total costs and benefits of
EU membership as these are complex and difficult to quantify."
So, where is this spreadsheet you were using at justify us walking
Cheers, T i m
It's worse than we even knew. Did anybody even mention the 'Divorce
Bill' when the referendum was on? It seems not. The Leave Campaign had
no idea there would be a Divorce Bill and the Remain side were just as
This week the news is that it is 'agreed' and 'settled' but we still
don't know what the figure is! £65bn? ! Maybe. The ignorant are still
saying 'WE KNOW WHAT WE VOTED FOR'
Actually I don't understand how this claim is still extant. It was
comprehensively dismantled by a junior civil servant right at the start
of the process. To the consternation of the EU dweebs who couldn't
understand how any country could have the effrontery to disagree with
anything they assert.
If your experiment needs statistics, you ought to have done a better experiment.
I accept the opinion of learned counsel that no legal basis for a claim.
Only a thicko would think that the legal validity was in any way
determined by the actual size of the claim. You remoaners continually
show your increasing desperation to come up with any sort of rational
arguments or facts.
On Thursday, 30 November 2017 18:09:39 UTC, TimW wrote:
Didn't everyone who voted to join the EEC in 1971 also agree on a 6£5B
divorce bill, seems stange they never thought that anyone would ever want
to leave such a great idea. It's like they never knew divorces could happen
in a 'marraige'
Couldn't we just chop of their heads as Henry VIII did that'll sort the di
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