Harry Stottle

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  1. Enjoyed that could have gone anyway, right result in the end.
  2. Harry Stottle

    The all-new-ish Brexit Thread

    I take it you are directing that remark to and addressing your comrades on this site?
  3. Come Saturday at 17:00 I will be an honorary Frenchman for a couple of hours, nothing I would love better than Le Cats keeping the loiners firmly rooted at the foot of the table, and hopefully that is the way it will stay up to and including round 29.
  4. Cas actually performed quite well................................ in restricting Saints to 42 points, the way Saints performed they would have put 60+ on teams with less defensive qualities.
  5. Harry Stottle

    The all-new-ish Brexit Thread

    Neither did 17.4 million in national vote, apparently.
  6. Harry Stottle

    The all-new-ish Brexit Thread

    In the referendum Leave won, parliament or your goodself have never got over that.
  7. Harry Stottle

    The all-new-ish Brexit Thread

    Craig, nor would I have expected you to discuss it with John I consider you are both grown up enough to leave that at one side, my view is that John through his previous posts on this thread is very clearly a remainer opposed to the views that were expressed and that came across loud and clear in his response to Niels post.
  8. Harry Stottle

    The all-new-ish Brexit Thread

    I to will risk the opportunity for the moderators to remove me, in his posts on this subject John Drake is fervently on the side of the views Craig and others firmly in the remain camp, I was not surprised at all by his response to yourself it was not one of impartiality as expected from a moderate, his response definatley did not seem to express any degree of neutrality it was most definatley weighted in the direction of his own opinion on the subject.
  9. Harry Stottle

    The all-new-ish Brexit Thread

    OK CKN who exactly is it who will be responsible and were does the buck stop if we has you suggest see mortalities in this country as a result of the UK leaving Europe, will it be the fault of the UK for having the audacity to leave or will it be the laws and implications that the European Parliament will put in place to stop the traffic of these essential commodities?
  10. Harry Stottle

    The all-new-ish Brexit Thread

    How much more precise can I be than not a clue, as I said to Shadow do you think there would be no consequence of loss of trade and profits from the Pharma Companies, you chose to highlight that from what I said about a few European buisnesses what about those others I mentioned and all the other companies and buisnesses who have a big reliance on the UK market, or are you seemingly convinced that it will all be acceptable in the cause of a United Europe, don't delude yourself, priciples don't pay bills, when people are affected in the pocket that is when we get a reaction. Just as our Remainer friends on here who own companies are fearful of what they conceive will happen to their buisnesses and employees if we exit Europe, tell me that those in owners, organisations, manufacturing giants in Europe will be any different if they knowingly have a market that is wanting of their products and that no other reason than beurocrats will be preventing them are reducing their market availabillity will happily accept it.
  11. Harry Stottle

    The all-new-ish Brexit Thread

    Already said not a clue, reversed would you expect them to accept a downfall in buisness? You are correct it is subjective, I have been to a few of the production plants of the Pharma Giants in mainland europe, and am very familiar with the many facilities in Ireland in Ringiskiddy and Little Island in the Cork area and Swords in Dublin, it would be devastating for those area's should profits and production be affected and jobs lost as a consequence.
  12. Harry Stottle

    The all-new-ish Brexit Thread

    Precisely, not a clue, but if it comes to protecting their buisness and production investments I should imagine they won't take it on the chin.
  13. Harry Stottle

    The all-new-ish Brexit Thread

    Go ahead and believe that Griff.
  14. Harry Stottle

    The all-new-ish Brexit Thread

    Well I would not for one minute expect those Pharma compainies to accept that their profits would dramatically be affected by some political decision, would you?
  15. Harry Stottle

    The all-new-ish Brexit Thread

    Not much different from the doom and gloom without any actual substance peddled on this site Shadow, anyway you have not jumped in with an immediate contradiction to what I said, do I take that as an agreement?