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wilts rover

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albie

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #1 on September 15, 2021, 09:26:01 pm by albie »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

Glyn_Wigley

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #2 on September 15, 2021, 09:28:16 pm by Glyn_Wigley »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

£440 mill a week?

That'd look good on the side of a bus.

Bentley Bullet

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #3 on September 15, 2021, 10:08:45 pm by Bentley Bullet »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

£440 mill a week?

That'd look good on the side of a bus.

It wouldn't look as good as you whinging bad losers under one.

wilts rover

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #4 on September 15, 2021, 10:26:32 pm by wilts rover »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

£440 mill a week?

That'd look good on the side of a bus.

It wouldn't look as good as you whinging bad losers under one.

Now what would the Brexiteers say if a poster put they wished they would be run over by a bus? Price of gammon gone up has it?

Bentley Bullet

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #5 on September 15, 2021, 10:32:02 pm by Bentley Bullet »
Ask a Brexiter.

SydneyRover

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #6 on September 15, 2021, 10:59:45 pm by SydneyRover »
So if we'd lost the 2ww we'd just get on with it then, accept it?

Bad decisions, bad outcomes should be challenged and if determined to be detrimental, turned around. It's like banging your head against the wall ............... great when it stops.

£440 million a week, a statement by The Bank of England, not a third tier football forum.
« Last Edit: September 15, 2021, 11:33:29 pm by SydneyRover »

Glyn_Wigley

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #7 on September 16, 2021, 12:12:16 am by Glyn_Wigley »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

£440 mill a week?

That'd look good on the side of a bus.

It wouldn't look as good as you whinging bad losers under one.

Now what would the Brexiteers say if a poster put they wished they would be run over by a bus? Price of gammon gone up has it?

They'd enter threads, ignore the subject of the thread, abuse people and then f**k off again.


SydneyRover

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #8 on September 16, 2021, 03:30:49 am by SydneyRover »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

There was a similar one made for johnson's lies and broken promises but it kept crashing.

normal rules

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #9 on September 16, 2021, 08:50:11 am by normal rules »
The key bit for me is “lost growth” .
I’m happy with no more growth.
And anyone that thinks that staying in the Eu means we would hire more cops or nurses is just deluded. Hollow propaganda.

belton rover

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #10 on September 16, 2021, 11:01:02 am by belton rover »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

£440 mill a week?

That'd look good on the side of a bus.

It wouldn't look as good as you whinging bad losers under one.

Now what would the Brexiteers say if a poster put they wished they would be run over by a bus? Price of gammon gone up has it?

They'd enter threads, ignore the subject of the thread, abuse people and then f**k off again.



The irony.

Except we can only hope you do f**k off.

Axholme Lion

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #11 on September 16, 2021, 11:01:11 am by Axholme Lion »
So if we'd lost the 2ww we'd just get on with it then, accept it?

Bad decisions, bad outcomes should be challenged and if determined to be detrimental, turned around. It's like banging your head against the wall ............... great when it stops.

£440 million a week, a statement by The Bank of England, not a third tier football forum.

If we'd lost we would have had to accept it, as the war would have been over and the whole of europe would have been under German control.

Glyn_Wigley

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #12 on September 16, 2021, 11:21:43 am by Glyn_Wigley »
The key bit for me is “lost growth” .
I’m happy with no more growth.
And anyone that thinks that staying in the Eu means we would hire more cops or nurses is just deluded. Hollow propaganda.

https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/knowledgebank/why-does-economic-growth-matter

Glyn_Wigley

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #13 on September 16, 2021, 11:23:04 am by Glyn_Wigley »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

£440 mill a week?

That'd look good on the side of a bus.

It wouldn't look as good as you whinging bad losers under one.

Now what would the Brexiteers say if a poster put they wished they would be run over by a bus? Price of gammon gone up has it?

They'd enter threads, ignore the subject of the thread, abuse people and then f**k off again.



The irony.

Except we can only hope you do f**k off.

See? That's two of them that's done it now.

belton rover

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #14 on September 16, 2021, 11:34:01 am by belton rover »
Glyn. Who are you talking to?

Not Now Kato

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #15 on September 16, 2021, 12:18:27 pm by Not Now Kato »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

£440 mill a week?

That'd look good on the side of a bus.

It wouldn't look as good as you whinging bad losers under one.

Now what would the Brexiteers say if a poster put they wished they would be run over by a bus? Price of gammon gone up has it?

They'd enter threads, ignore the subject of the thread, abuse people and then f**k off again.



The irony.

Except we can only hope you do f**k off.

See? That's two of them that's done it now.

Sadly, they can't help themselves.
 
Brexit really is like having your Library burned down by people who can't read.
 

Filo

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #16 on September 16, 2021, 12:26:27 pm by Filo »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

£440 mill a week?

That'd look good on the side of a bus.

It wouldn't look as good as you whinging bad losers under one.

Now what would the Brexiteers say if a poster put they wished they would be run over by a bus? Price of gammon gone up has it?

They'd enter threads, ignore the subject of the thread, abuse people and then f**k off again.



The irony.

Except we can only hope you do f**k off.


Thats not very nice is it, do you consider yourself  the man that oversee’s who can and can’t use this forum?

BillyStubbsTears

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #17 on September 16, 2021, 12:49:03 pm by BillyStubbsTears »
So that's one person wanting people he disagrees with to go under a bus.

And another one wanting a person he disagrees with to f**k off.

Pleasant place, this has become.

belton rover

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #18 on September 16, 2021, 12:53:56 pm by belton rover »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

£440 mill a week?

That'd look good on the side of a bus.

It wouldn't look as good as you whinging bad losers under one.

Now what would the Brexiteers say if a poster put they wished they would be run over by a bus? Price of gammon gone up has it?

They'd enter threads, ignore the subject of the thread, abuse people and then f**k off again.



The irony.

Except we can only hope you do f**k off.


Thats not very nice is it, do you consider yourself  the man that oversee’s who can and can’t use this forum?
How do you reach that conclusion, Filo? It can’t be in anything I wrote.

Filo

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #19 on September 16, 2021, 12:58:25 pm by Filo »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

£440 mill a week?

That'd look good on the side of a bus.

It wouldn't look as good as you whinging bad losers under one.

Now what would the Brexiteers say if a poster put they wished they would be run over by a bus? Price of gammon gone up has it?

They'd enter threads, ignore the subject of the thread, abuse people and then f**k off again.



The irony.

Except we can only hope you do f**k off.


Thats not very nice is it, do you consider yourself  the man that oversee’s who can and can’t use this forum?
How do you reach that conclusion, Filo? It can’t be in anything I wrote.

Hoping someone “f**ks off”, thats what you wrote, it seems like you are trying to drive away people you disagree with

belton rover

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #20 on September 16, 2021, 01:00:47 pm by belton rover »
So that's one person wanting people he disagrees with to go under a bus.

And another one wanting a person he disagrees with to f**k off.

Pleasant place, this has become.
Billy. You made a song and dance about ‘blocking’ me a while ago. Now Whilst I know you never really ‘blocked’ me, some of your dwindling supporters might have believed you had some integrity left. Our Sydney even followed you. Now what are they going think?
I think when you block someone, yet still comment on their posts, it makes you a super troll.

belton rover

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #21 on September 16, 2021, 01:03:42 pm by belton rover »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

£440 mill a week?

That'd look good on the side of a bus.

It wouldn't look as good as you whinging bad losers under one.

Now what would the Brexiteers say if a poster put they wished they would be run over by a bus? Price of gammon gone up has it?

They'd enter threads, ignore the subject of the thread, abuse people and then f**k off again.



The irony.

Except we can only hope you do f**k off.


Thats not very nice is it, do you consider yourself  the man that oversee’s who can and can’t use this forum?
How do you reach that conclusion, Filo? It can’t be in anything I wrote.

Hoping someone “f**ks off”, thats what you wrote, it seems like you are trying to drive away people you disagree with

Not people who I disagree with, Filo, just those I find arrogant and abusive.
And those who can’t read posts correctly.

Filo

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #22 on September 16, 2021, 01:05:20 pm by Filo »
So that's one person wanting people he disagrees with to go under a bus.

And another one wanting a person he disagrees with to f**k off.

Pleasant place, this has become.
Billy. You made a song and dance about ‘blocking’ me a while ago. Now Whilst I know you never really ‘blocked’ me, some of your dwindling supporters might have believed you had some integrity left. Our Sydney even followed you. Now what are they going think?
I think when you block someone, yet still comment on their posts, it makes you a super troll.

No idea if he’s blocked you or not, but you do realise that any of your posts that have been quoted will be seen regardless?

Filo

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #23 on September 16, 2021, 01:12:36 pm by Filo »
There is a ready reckoner based on the Bank of England estimates;
https://costofbrexit.netlify.app/

Mmm....looking good eh!

£440 mill a week?

That'd look good on the side of a bus.

It wouldn't look as good as you whinging bad losers under one.

Now what would the Brexiteers say if a poster put they wished they would be run over by a bus? Price of gammon gone up has it?

They'd enter threads, ignore the subject of the thread, abuse people and then f**k off again.



The irony.

Except we can only hope you do f**k off.


Thats not very nice is it, do you consider yourself  the man that oversee’s who can and can’t use this forum?
How do you reach that conclusion, Filo? It can’t be in anything I wrote.

Hoping someone “f**ks off”, thats what you wrote, it seems like you are trying to drive away people you disagree with

Not people who I disagree with, Filo, just those I find arrogant and abusive.
And those who can’t read posts correctly.

So you agree that theres something in what you wrote that might suggest that?

belton rover

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #24 on September 16, 2021, 01:14:15 pm by belton rover »
I agree that arrogant and abusive posters should f**k off. Don’t you?

Filo

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #25 on September 16, 2021, 01:23:07 pm by Filo »
I agree that arrogant and abusive posters should f**k off. Don’t you?

I think everyone is entitled to an opinion, and everyone is entitled to disagree, but it is noticeable that your replies to certain posters are becoming more aggresive

belton rover

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #26 on September 16, 2021, 01:29:42 pm by belton rover »
I agree that arrogant and abusive posters should f**k off. Don’t you?

I think everyone is entitled to an opinion, and everyone is entitled to disagree, but it is noticeable that your replies to certain posters are becoming more aggresive
Nice answer, Filo, but that’s not what I asked.

Oh, and do you consider yourself the man who decides acceptable levels of aggression on this forum?

Filo

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #27 on September 16, 2021, 01:32:55 pm by Filo »
I agree that arrogant and abusive posters should f**k off. Don’t you?

I think everyone is entitled to an opinion, and everyone is entitled to disagree, but it is noticeable that your replies to certain posters are becoming more aggresive
Nice answer, Filo, but that’s not what I asked.

Oh, and do you consider yourself the man who decides acceptable levels of aggression on this forum?

Not at all Belton, just my opinion, you were far better when you debated topics rather than just tell people to “f**k off”, just my opinion ofcourse

BillyStubbsTears

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #28 on September 16, 2021, 01:34:44 pm by BillyStubbsTears »
So that's one person wanting people he disagrees with to go under a bus.

And another one wanting a person he disagrees with to f**k off.

Pleasant place, this has become.
Billy. You made a song and dance about ‘blocking’ me a while ago. Now Whilst I know you never really ‘blocked’ me, some of your dwindling supporters might have believed you had some integrity left. Our Sydney even followed you. Now what are they going think?
I think when you block someone, yet still comment on their posts, it makes you a super troll.

No idea if he’s blocked you or not, but you do realise that any of your posts that have been quoted will be seen regardless?

Precisely Filo. I've enjoyed not seeing a couple of people's posts directly in my feed in recent months. It's been like breathing cleaner air for months instead of dealing with a constant stream of abuse and provocation. I recommend it to anyone. But sometimes you can't help but see them when someone quotes them. And then you get reminded just how unpleasant some people are. For the record, the reason I put Belton on ignore was because he responded to a joke from me with "f**k off you toxic prick." I reckon when interactions have got to that point, it's best to draw a line under any further exchange. And that applies whether I really WAS a toxic prick in those interactions, or whether Belton incorrectly thought I was. Whatever the truth, best to not engage anymore.
« Last Edit: September 16, 2021, 01:38:01 pm by BillyStubbsTears »

Not Now Kato

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Re: The cost of Brexit
« Reply #29 on September 16, 2021, 01:42:34 pm by Not Now Kato »
I agree that arrogant and abusive posters should f**k off. Don’t you?

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