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Share Price: 65.99Bid: 65.99Ask: 66.04Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
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VictorBlank
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I have come to the conclusion
Sun 22:50
That it is far more informative to read dcb’s posts in reverse
When he first posted
He said
He thought it was a good idea that the UK was leaving the EU
 
jayfax
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RE: DCB
Sun 22:35
Unfortunately what you say does not follow and claiming it does, however many times you do, does not make it follow.
longtimeinvestor
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RE: DCB
Sun 20:57
At last you agree that logically the EU would pay Poland.

So if Poland got 15 billion a year and there was for example 4 years left in a budgeted cycle then logic says that it should be paid 60 billion to leave.
That's the logic but in reality can anyone believe that the EU would hand over a further 60 billion to a country that has already been given 130 billion. Probably not as the EU would not be legally bound to pay Poland. This is why it is relevant to the UK. The UK after having paid in hundreds of billions should not pay any more than the goodwill gesture (which it also doesn't legally have to pay)
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RE: DCB
Sun 20:46
Yes, its quite possible but who knows what the deal on this highly unlikely event would be. I did say this more or less in my first post on the subject.

Thst's the way when commitments are made and obligations agreed. Its like for example the case of the UKs commitments and obligations it made. Enjoy your evenjng.
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RE: DCB
Sun 20:31
The UK has paid hundreds of billions.Poland gets many billions each year so
I shall try again JF

Logic says that the EU would currently have to pay Poland to leave. Yes or no?
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Longtimeinvestor
Sun 20:28
Ok one last response.

I fully answered the "questionl" about Poland. To the best of my ability anyway.

There is a document online which clearly lays out the EUs position on UK settlement prior to negotiation. Without looking at that you can't start to understand this subject I don't think.
DYOR
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RE: DCB
Sun 20:11
JF
an easier question for you.
Logic says that the EU would currently have to pay Poland to leave. Yes or no?
jayfax
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RE: DCB
Sun 20:06
Thread... nite
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RE: DCB
Sun 20:05
Longtimeinvestor
As regards a setttlement for Poland. I said no one knows so far as I know as the whole thing would require extensive negotiation. Ie its not hard to answer, in my opinion it's its impossible. Thats my opinion. I could be wrong. In which case enlighten us.
Fleccy
1. A government has very little to do with the success or failure of this country? Amazed at that but I sort of get what you mean but ...
2. We have free trade with 27 EU countries now, trade agreements with 60 more, others which would have been ours via the EU long before we will make separate ones and favourable trading in WTO. Now.

How are we going to better that by a hard Brexit?

Sorry gents I know you will want to keep going on this threas, but I need to do a couple of thkngs so I'm out.. enjoy your evenings.

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