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    That's not a bad idea actually, cheers Jammy
    And argue why the equality you are using is the correct and/or most appropriate one

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    Zimmer seems to be trying to convince me the EU is a good thing

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Zimmer seems to be trying to convince me the EU is a good thing

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    Lamberts isn't much better
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    Farage , Love that welcome
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    Farage , Love that welcome
    Verhofstadt: when Farage opens his mouth the pound falls

    Farage opens his mouth and the pound rises, even if only a coincidence

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    102 years today since the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.

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    Le Pen !!!!
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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    Le Pen !!!!
    Tried finding her office in Strasbourg, we couldn't

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    I mean, the options were either for the pound to rise a bit and the euro to fall by more than that, the euro to rise a bit and the pound to fall by more than that, or both to fall a bit. Markets probably overrated the ineptness in negotiation and approach of the EP and EC and so are surprised that they're taking a solid stance.
    As expected there's a lot of posturing (we will in a few weeks no doubt) and its clear that the EP and EC think calling for a shorter timeframe and being sterner weakens the British position in negotiations (note how Merkel has instructed the commission not to allow informal negotiations).

    We'll see this for the next year or so until real progress occurs.
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    As expected there's a lot of posturing (we will in a few weeks no doubt) and its clear that the EP and EC think calling for a shorter timeframe and being sterner weakens the British position in negotiations (note how Merkel has instructed the commission not to allow informal negotiations).

    We'll see this for the next year or so until real progress occurs.
    Yes, I think I agree. Certainly, I think the position not to negotiate before Art 50 is triggered is a very strong one because of the risk of non-conclusion of a deal falls solely on the leaving state.
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    Anyone going to the Royal Norfolk Show tomorrow or Thursday by any chance??
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    Anyone going to the Royal Norfolk Show tomorrow or Thursday by any chance??
    Ewww, Norfolk

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    Anyone going to the Royal Norfolk Show tomorrow or Thursday by any chance??
    Norfolk? Who would be unfortunate enough to be there?
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    Norfolk? Who would be unfortunate enough to be there?
    Want to ask them how their siblings are in bed?

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    As many tedious quiz teams would have it, Norfolk 'n' Chance.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Ewww, Norfolk

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    Eww, you
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    Norfolk? Who would be unfortunate enough to be there?
    Unfortunately me well there are gonna be 10,000s of people there so, **** you
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    Eww, you


    Unfortunately me well there are gonna be 10,000s of people there so, **** you
    At least I'm not living in a silly europhile place

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    Not sure if true, but hear Geldof is returning his knighthood over the vote

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    At least I'm not living in a silly europhile place

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    Mmm true true.
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    Mmm true true.
    And I don't have to wonder how many local friends are sleeping with their sister

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