Brexit - The Final

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Cheers Richard. Still dreaming on the German car manufacturers coming to the rescue?

Did you ever get round to answering that other Q?
You mistake me for some else. I couldn't give a flying about German car manufacturers.

If you have a question to ask - Ask. Don't start wetting your knickers and letting your lips wobble if you do not like the answer.
 
The FFL fought really well against anybody, your point being?
You could have said Bir El Hackiem, or even against us in Syria, they fought reasonably well but this was before Nato.

The French fight best when it’s not Frenchmen fighting for them...enter Foreign legion stage left.
 
25K pension

BwaaaaaaHaaaaaaaHaaaaaa.
It’s more than that actually. You can confirm for yourself by looking at the TPS pension calculator and working out the pension for someone on the career average pension. If I’m lying you can post the projection here.

Edit: Obviously I won’t hear anything more from you on this, once you’ve checked.
 
In 2017, UK exports to the EU were £274 billion (44% of all UK exports). UK imports from the EU were £341 billion (53% of all UK imports).

Do you see the problem

Only utter Richard Heads address or focus on one side of a problem.

The figures are even more in our favour when you factor in the Antwerp avd Rotterdam effect
 
It’s more than that actually. You can confirm for yourself by looking at the TPS pension calculator and working out the pension for someone on the career average pension. If I’m lying you can post the projection here.

Edit: Obviously I won’t hear anything more from you on this, once you’ve checked.
This one you mean ?

Career average: an example
John’s earnings for 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018 are £30,000. He will earn a pension for that year of: £30,000 x 1/57th = £526.32

At the end of year, the indexation will be added. If that is 3.8%, for example, an extra £20 will be put into John's pension pot. So, his fund will be £546.32 at the start of the next year.

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£500 a year pension based on a salary of £30,000. Forget the indexation as that is nothing but a guesstimate.

You are the Macadamia. You do the maths and tell us all what age you will need to work to in order to achieve an annual pension of £25k.

I'm guessing that you will be kicking up the daisies before reaching £25k pension.
 

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What does climate change denial and brexit worship have in common...? Apart from Trump!

It's the readiness to embrace popular myths rather than factual evidence based upon science and reality. Unless it's the Holocaust when conspritaloon Neo Nazi sites trump rationality everytime
You left that bit out.
 
From the BBC website:

Chancellor Philip Hammond has said it will be "impossible" for the UK to leave the EU by 31 October, and it was not "sensible" for Tory leadership candidates "to box themselves into a corner on this".
This, of course, contrasts with a number of said candidates who are saying that's absolutely what must happen.
Speaking at a Bloomberg conference, Mr Hammond said: "Parliament will not allow a no-deal exit from the EU, and our experience to date has suggested that it may not be that easy to agree a deal in Parliament.
"I don't think it would be in our national interest that we drive towards this cliff edge at speed."
Mr Hammond also said the EU was not going to renegotiate the Brexit withdrawal agreement.

He added that, if Parliament does not find a Brexit compromise, “we will have to go back to people through democratic process, either with a referendum or general election to test public opinion again on this question.”

That's all very well, but at the moment, we are leaving the EU on 31st October. Parliament can legislate all it likes but unless:
1. we ask for an extension, and
2. We are granted an extension, then we will be leaving on 31st October this year.

The EU has very firmly said that the deal that May negotiated is the only deal they will do. So at the moment our options (if all the above proves to be the case in fact) are:

1. Parliament votes for the May deal and we exit on those terms on 31st October, or
2. We exit on 31st October without a deal.

Parliament has voted the May deal down how many times? 3? 4? So unless something radical happens, then we're leaving on 31st October without a deal whatever legislation Parliament passes.

At some stage Macron and his chums are going to say that enough is enough and we are having no more pointless extensions when it is clear that we do eff all in the interim to change the situation.

As things stand its blue passports and as many curved cucumbers as we want as of 31st October.
 
Notice what ?

That you are a waffling, lying mong ?

I think most posters have already worked that one out.
University lecturer posts don’t even start at 30k. That’s how far off you are.

This is the problem with Brexit thought - some of the idiots who voted for it will even argue with someone claiming they know what their salary and pension scheme is.

You’re literally happy to argue that down is up.
 
University lecturer posts don’t even start at 30k. That’s how far off you are.
Would you care to point out where I said they did ? Lying again, tut tut

This is the problem with Brexit thought - some of the idiots who voted for it will even argue with someone claiming them know what their salary and pension scheme is.
Eh, Einstein, you said what pension scheme you purport to be on, I merely highlighted how long it would take you to achieve a pension of £25k a year.

So happy for you that you have a great crystal ball and know that you will be in the same employment for the next 30 years.
 
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