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    stock market and employment figures still look healthy. most of the predictions of economic disaster have been shown false.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion View Post
    stock market and employment figures still look healthy. most of the predictions of economic disaster have been shown false.
    Yeah, but he has memes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion View Post
    I voted to leave and I am still happy with my choice.
    What tangible benefits do you predict will occur after the UK leaves the EU?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion View Post
    stock market and employment figures still look healthy. most of the predictions of economic disaster have been shown false.
    Same in the USA

    Are you suggesting the Trump presidency will be just as successful as Brexit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Üser Friendly View Post
    What tangible benefits do you predict will occur after the UK leaves the EU?
    Trade deals with other large economies that would take a decade or more longer, or never happen at all, if we remained in the EU.

    Allowed to implement meritocratic immigration policy that favours highly skilled people from anywhere in the world, rather than unfiltered immigration of people who happen to be European.
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    Able to shed some regulations, or avoid new regulations, burdensome to our economy.

    Oh, and put tariffs on Irish imports of course. Huge tariffs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion View Post
    Build a wall and make the bucketshitters pay for it.
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    Using what for money?
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    The tariff on whatever crap the Brits import.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion View Post
    Trade deals with other large economies that would take a decade or more longer, or never happen at all, if we remained in the EU.

    Allowed to implement meritocratic immigration policy that favours highly skilled people from anywhere in the world, rather than unfiltered immigration of people who happen to be European.
    Trade deals? UK will be negotiating from a position of weakness and desperation. Everybody will know this and as such I find it hard to imagine the UK getting a good deal

    High skilled imigration? Farmers are not looking for tech grads or engineers to harvest the food in their fields. They want hard working eastern Europeans who will work for peanuts

    Those high skilled jobs should surely go to UK graduates
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