Results are in and it is leave the EU

Discussion in 'Brexit' started by Guns, Jun 23, 2016.

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  1. A point I made, which brought the howlers out
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  2. meerkatz

    meerkatz On ROPs

    I have been assured by my allegedly highly intelligent Civil Servant boss that within 10 years, the UK will be living through an economic post Brexit apocalypse.
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  3. Hmm to quote a certain infamous young lady "He would say that wouldn't he"
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  4. seaweed

    seaweed LE Book Reviewer

    Do you 'work' for @jim30? I think we should be told.
  5. No doubt he will have retired by then on his padded Whitehall pension and will be working for KPMG.
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  6. As long as it not PWC, he might be getting a role Moonlighting at the Oscars, as PWC not in favour at the moment for some LaLa reason.
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  7. stop harrassing my minions or I will go all out and fill in a form 172/9B(C)/36472 on your bitch ass...
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  8. Then tranship it on C548
  9. Whitehall's been in la la land for donkey's how the hell could they get that wrong?
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    If you put it on the C548 (application for funding to allow transgender wheelchair bound german donkeys to claim housing benefits) who knows what could happen.

    any fule knows that You probably mean a c548 (authoristation to terminate ignorant arrse user and keep his collection of donkey pornography for research purposes).

    Christ its no wonder we lost the bloody empire if you pongos dont know your C548 from your c548...
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  11. Howlers? Really?

    So anyone who disagrees with any of your points is a howler. That is a very odd way of looking at the world and not particularly grown-up.

    I bet you, a pound to a pinch of slimy jobbie, that the UK would be held responsible for its deferred pension contribution liabilities; no matter which court was given jurisdiction. I agree with you on future EU funding commitments, but bills that were already due, that remain unpaid, will need to be satisfied. Whether that is a one-off lump sum or an annual payment on tick remains to be seen.

    I am all for brexit, but there is no point living in a fantasy land of unicorns and rainbows.
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  12. Or you lot who don't know the difference between a lead plomb or a traders seal.:-D. As an ex member of the Senior service " tin hat on" it's a C not a c . I do draw the line at bestiality.
    You evidently don't understand the advantages of transshipment :D.
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  13. Same here; however us minions have a different view
  14. Pensions come under the same heading as funding commitments, they come out of the same central budget as everything else, there is no "separate" payment for such a thing.

    And, once more since you do struggle to understand these things, if you leave a company you are not expected to keep paying into their pension scheme, they are not expected to keep paying into your pension scheme and, more importantly, should you sell your share in a company then the others take over your liabilities.

    I would love to see any international court who would think otherwise as, simply, your notion is one which the legal bigwigs have fully rejected. And if you don't understand that then it ain't me in some sort of fantasy land and you are going full Ozzy
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  15. Given how much has happened in the last 10 years, I'd be reluctant at best to guess the state of anyones economy in 5 years, let alone 10!
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