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  1. Derby County V Birmingham City

    I am not so sure, depends on the position for me. Too weak defensively to play out wide away from home and I've been itching for him to get game time for so long.
  2. Brexit or Eurin?

    It already exists. Try googling advanced manufacturing. I offered plenty on this topic which were facts. What I think we should do are not facts, but facts justify the choice. No, just the contradictive select few Remainers on this forum. That is who I keep refering to. Most on this forum that even voted in the poll don't fall into that category. You literally haven't offered any substance on this topic. Your typical post is people are racist or xeonaphobic, etc, for wanting Brexit. You guys think we should stay in the EU and single market for wages, jobs, prices and the economy in general. But argue opening up trade and removing protectionist barriers with the rest of the would harm the UK. It's contradictive.
  3. Brexit or Eurin?

    We won't be competing with cheap imports anymore than we are now. Thus line of argument always implies crap, or unsafe. Which I isn't the case. Cheaper goods, not crap. Consumers still decide, you wouldn't call the average smart phone crap. We are a huge consumer market. We have a huge trade surplus. Opening up trade one way completely, opens it up the other way through new supply chains. Most importantly, in which Remainers conveniently forget when it doesn't suite them, is that we are a service based economy. You lot keep making these same contradictive points. If free trade is so bad for our economy then we should leave the EU and single market.... shouldn't we?
  4. Brexit or Eurin?

    That's not what happens. I find it hilarious how contradictive Remainers are though. You guys are actually anti free trade, you don't have a leg to stand on when it comes to 'we should stay in the EU for jobs and prices.'
  5. Derby County V Birmingham City

    There is no doubt in my mind that if he played in a free role behind the lead striker, in a season he could get 15. He does need to work on his finishing though. But the club need to stop trying to mould him into something he isn't. He's a Michael Owen type of player. He isn't defensive minded one bit.
  6. Brexit or Eurin?

    That vote has nothing to do with this one. The impact of tarrifs are small. Smaller than our net fee. These points have been made multiple times. While leaving the EU and removing it's archaic common external tarriff alone will result in significant price decreases for food and clothes. If we opt for zero import tarriffs globally then everything comes down in price. The UK's future lies in being a global free trading hub which 'exports' services and hi-tech manufacturing.
  7. Brexit or Eurin?

    All this stuff with the Cabinet sums it up for me. All those Remain wreckers in the cabinet should step down. If we had a PM with grit who voted to leave we wouldn't be seeing cabinet splits. People like Rudd would be long gone.
  8. Brexit or Eurin?

    No, because it's a stupid question.
  9. Brexit or Eurin?

    What are you even talking about? It's simple to follow. The world economy outside of the EU is rapidly growing. We should aim for as much access to all as is possible. First by removing all import charges.
  10. Brexit or Eurin?

    Instead of seeking to stay inside a declining protectionist market, we should be looking to engage with all of them globally via zero import tarrifs.
  11. Brexit or Eurin?

    Why would we join anything like that? Even the EU understands it's economic relevance and power is shrinking on the global scale. The fuss over tarriffs that will cost approximately £6.5 billion is a marvel.
  12. Brexit or Eurin?

    Newsflash people care about other things in politics.
  13. Brexit or Eurin?

    Deeper integration or exit was inevitable. #Justatradeclub
  14. North Korea at it again

    Not my solution.
  15. Brexit or Eurin?

    Rejoining means the Euro, Schengen an EU army, EU taxes.
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