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Alliance of British Entrepreneurs Jul 18
So despite all the wailing and hot air after the vote, the banks aren't leaving. The head of KPMG's Brexit division has stated that "Clients generally still prefer to do business with UK-domiciled entities”. Sorry
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Tim Montgomerie Jul 18
But the Chancellor said £90bn!!! It’s almost as if Remainers make these numbers up as they go along
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Bongobongoland Jul 18
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Mr Bridger Jul 18
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█▀█ █▄ Jul 18
has been turned up to 11 on the BBC Telescreen
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(((Dominic Farrell))) Jul 17
Replying to @BethRigby
This is risk. No turkey at Christmas, is not a risk. The people are completely bored and angry at the MSM obsession with promoting . After leaving, when Armageddon doesn’t appear, there’ll be a backlash. A big one.
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Third_in_Command 7h
Courier firms warn of no-deal parcel pile-up. But this is all right?
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Richard Corbett 9h
? The three years since the referendum have been more catastrophic than even pessimistic Remainers predicted: via
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Brexit Politics Jul 19
Replying to @fazed_in
Many forecast recession during the 2yr Article 50 negotiation period way BEFORE we left. The May 2016 Treasury forecast predicted a UK recession by Christmas 2016: only way for that to occur was instant economic decline within weeks of the Leave vote! It was 🦄💩
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zalak raja opi Jul 18
Yeah! Oh hooo!💃😃 Next target -72 kg. Thanks for your's message .
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David 🇬🇧 Jul 19
Another recession? It's more Project Fear. Senior last night attacked “” predictions that leaving the EU without a deal would push the UK into recession 👍
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Jack Reese 7h
keeps slipping out from . My referendum paper asked if I wanted to stay or leave; maybe Philip's paper said something different
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Darren Martin Jul 16
Replying to @stephenkb
Maybe they stopped believing ?
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Brexit Bin   🇪🇺 🇬🇧 #FBPE 9h
Replying to @gavinesler
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A Libertarian Rebel #StandUp4Brexit Jul 18
Like Hammond, Remainer & promoter, if not co-architect, Gauke should have been sacked from Govt long ago. Still in it only b/c of 1922 Ctte's supine decision to let May cling to office for a further 2 months after being forced to resign.
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Ⓑojo Ⓑe Ⓒoming Jul 19
"Every credible economist" misses the point that LEAVE voters don't give a shit about "credible economists" as we showed in 2016 by voting LEAVE. is a lie. We KNOW it is a lie. Stop believing your own lies.
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Chris Sainty 14h
Replying to @JuliaHB1
Please please will someone sack him, then sack him again just to make sure, and replace him with someone who doesn't peddle and out of date statistics that happen to support his personal views but mislead the argument.
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Trina Lotinga 6h
Replying to @gavinesler
Crikey! Ramp up that . You lot really are crapping yourselves aren’t you!
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TerryGdaviS 14h
Typical EU brainwashed article from The Guardian who failed to notice that the economy grew on voting for Brexit in direct contrast to & obviously thinks being off the hook for the imminent Eurozone crash and not having an EU Army aren't positives
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Dr Chris Newton Jul 20
The only humiliation will be when peddled by the likes of him is exposed for the BS it really is. A truly terrible, weak, soft (in)Justice Secretary.
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