Griff9of13

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  1. Our new position in the EU

    Brexit in one tweet: (Actually the whole thread is worth a read).
  2. Our new position in the EU

    That could be done anyway without having to drive high earning jobs abroad.
  3. Our new position in the EU

    That rate isn't that much higher than the going rate for test managers, especially for large development programmes. I've heard of higher.
  4. Our new position in the EU

    If only one bank job is relocated to the EU then that is a negative, not positive, effect of brexit.
  5. Our new position in the EU

    JOB summarises it much better than I can:
  6. Our new position in the EU

    The more I think about the current state of our masters in Westminster the more I'm reminded of this song...
  7. Our new position in the EU

    Unbelievable: MPs on both sides back tax break for referendum campaign donors
  8. Our new position in the EU

    Yes, that went well didn't it; £46m of public money "spent" and not a single brick layed. How is this ##### anywhere near public office?
  9. Our new position in the EU

    IMO if we leave we'll be begging to get back in again within my lifetime (hopefully, in my lifetime that is).
  10. The TV Thread

    Nothing to worry about if last night's is anything to go by; yet another brilliantly funny and original episode.
  11. Our new position in the EU

    1. I don't see how our being in/out of the EU will make any difference of the impact on the UK. 2. How could we possibly be more sidelined than leaving the EU? 3. It was an advisory referendum and not legally binding. What consequences do you foresee?
  12. Our new position in the EU

    So it's lose, lose or lose. remind me again of the benefits of leaving the EU? Our net payments to the EU equate to 0.04% I believe, so where's the £350m a year for the NHS (and/or all the other things the money hs been promised to) going to come from?
  13. Our new position in the EU

    Now? How could a privately educated, former city trader turned career politician millionaire be anything but the establishment?
  14. Those nice tories

    They have no shame: Theresa May mocked for suggesting Tories to thank for credit card charge ban imposed by EU How stupid do they believe people are and no one will work out that they're lying?
  15. The same could be said of any emigrants from any nation across time; it's almost always the fittest, strongest and most capable who leave or are sent to make a new life in what is perceived to be a better country or at least a country offering better opportunities.