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Member Since: Sat, 8th Aug 2009

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 9,581
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 70

Last Posted: Sun 00:05


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Sun 00:05

Thank god for Brexit , get some more Jobs since Brexit , also great news the Govt DOES NOT need the MP`s to vote on Brexit TM can do it without their vote , some on this BB said they need MP`s vote to start article 50 , well they dont .
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/index.html Lot of jobs need to be filled , House building booming now , forget that Teleghraph post banks will keep rising if all this good news keeps filtering through
Danny / 5 posts for your Telegraph post what you on .
Sat 19:31

I admit we are still in but have voted to leave just to clear this matter what I am saying and have to trigger article 50 first
Sat 19:29

Barbedwirekiss / Well make out what you may but since the UK was in the EU the UK put forward 71 proposals to the EU which some would benefit the UK , guess what 71 got rejected , Brussels couldn`t or shall I say didn`t give a stuff about the UK except want our cash ,they are going to miss it now , Britain is starting to Booom outside the EU now .
Wed 03:14

investor6/ You are certainly wrong about Tata steel , the UK Govt wanted to plough a load of dosh into Tata steel to keep it from going down the pan , guess what the EU said to the UK Govt ` you cant do that ` strange as it may seem now we have voted out we can plough a load of dosh into Tata steel .
Not sure if you are aware that unemployment went down since we voted out also our economy has just gone up by 1.4bill just in tourism since Brexit,
The Govt has had to set up a new trade dept because they are awash with orders from around other parts of the world . infact some are massive orders ,
France and Germany are very worried about the way the EU is as it is not far off folding like a deck of cards ,
Some may ask why do all these other countries want to trade with the UK , one of the main reasons is when a contract is made Britain keeps to it , they are more straight than most other countries when doing business , `fact `
We maybe a little country but a hell of a lot comes out of it and the world listens to the UK ,
Yes we may not plough the £350mill a week into the NHS that Britain will save from not staying in the EU , but at least we can spend it where we want , you also need to read some of those articles about the NHS managers giving themselves millions into their own pensions every time the Govt top the NHS up ,a hell of lot of those top ups the Govt give over does not make it to the front line , check it out ,
You will find the UK will do very well from Brexit but we have to work at it not just sit around and watch our country go to the dogs of the EU , because that is what has happened the last few years .
23 Aug '16

countries / typo
23 Aug '16

can get it by going on contries then onto Cameroon , then first article ,it is the new site he must be on about
23 Aug '16

banjo / yes it is but not coming up in the link
23 Aug '16

Well I notice Grimm is taking VOG to court over drilling cost , he says VOG are paying to much , never gives up this man
20 Aug '16

38% are held by institutions up 50,000 ,unbelievable climb on SXX got in at 14p so very happy , still plenty to go up , IMO


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