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    (Original post by Studentus-anonymous)
    Looking at the economy and the EU's effect on employment I'd say the issue existed before and likely after and separately from the EU anyway.

    At least we're shot of it's detrimental effects on employment though in the long term.
    You should read the whole post, unemployment dropped for April-June and JSA down in July.

    The title was actually sarcasm.
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    (Original post by CherishFreedom)
    I suggest you re-read this thread, the OP actually did not claim that Brexit caused a rise of employment. The drop in unemployment was mostly for pre-referendum period but JSA figure was for July.

    Here are a few recent updates for July:

    JSA down
    UK consumer spending up
    Retail sales up
    Tourists up
    House sales steady
    Credit card spending unchanged
    UK car manufacturing up
    If Brexit ever happens, provide me similar statements 5 months after Brexit. It will not be the same story.

    Brexit hasn't happened, so none of these things are important, and using them as an example of 'economists being wrong about Brexit' is insane.
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    If Brexit ever happens, provide me similar statements 5 months after Brexit. It will not be the same story.

    Brexit hasn't happened, so none of these things are important, and using them as an example of 'economists being wrong about Brexit' is insane.
    In your stress it seems you forgot what we were being told, the effects were supposed to be immediately post vote, not even waiting for article 50! But then again the lines trotted out were the standard lines used that were wrong every single time before.

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    In your stress it seems you forgot what we were being told, the effects were supposed to be immediately post vote, not even waiting for article 50! But then again the lines trotted out were the standard lines used that were wrong every single time before.

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    At least you admit you played yourself. "But WE WERE TOLD THIS BLAH BLA BLA" lol
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    At least you admit you played yourself. "But WE WERE TOLD THIS BLAH BLA BLA" lol
    What? Do you not understand sarcasm or am I missing something?

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    What? Do you not understand sarcasm or am I missing something?

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    Its a strange world where the sarcasm of a Brexiter is actually the reality of the situation, lmao
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    (Original post by alevelstresss)
    Its a strange world where the sarcasm of a Brexiter is actually the reality of the situation, lmao
    You mean the surge in unemployment there is no sign of, or do you have official statistics before they're even compiled and released, or did your mate Bob lose his job after the vote because he spent too much time jerking off and not enough working?

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    You mean the surge in unemployment there is no sign of, or do you have official statistics before they're even compiled and released, or did your mate Bob lose his job after the vote because he spent too much time jerking off and not enough working?

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    Lol what?

    And its lunacy to say that Brexit has caused a decrease in unemployment, when Brexit hasn't even happened. Lmfao
 
 
 
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