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    (Original post by The_Opinion)
    Nope, still not correct.You are trying to refer to tariff free access.
    I'm definitely talking about the EEC. Don't be so patronising.

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    (Original post by RobML)
    I'm definitely talking about the EEC. Don't be so patronising.

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    Every country in the world trades with the EEC, so your point doesn't make sense.
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    (Original post by Ladymusiclover)
    I feel there needs to a festival or street party due the brexit vote.
    You nned to be where I'm from :cheers:



    (Original post by The_Opinion)
    Every country in the world trades with the EEC, so your point doesn't make sense.
    Nothing he says usually makes sense though :\
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    GG guys
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    You nned to be where I'm from :cheers:Nothing he says usually makes sense though :\
    These crazies seem to think that we have no trade with the US, Canada, India, China etc, its unbelievable
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    (Original post by The_Opinion)
    Because you don't understand what you are talking about and the meanings of the words used (like most leftists). As I have said, basically every nation in the world engages in the European market.

    Use the correct terms, I know what you are trying to say, I just want you to learn.
    But not without tariffs. The EU has more power, and although it does need us, the EU will use this as warning. We cannot trade without tariffs and not abide by EU rules. We could go the Norwegian route and join the EEA without being in the EU- we will no say over the rules and regulations, or a bilateral agreement like Switzerland, which would be terrible for the financial sector. We could try to negotiate a better deal, but I don't think we could negotiate anything better, or anything as good as we (did) have as an EU member.
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    (Original post by The_Opinion)
    These crazies seem to think that we have no trade with the US, Canada, India, China etc, its unbelievable
    They're so silly to use a nice word I can substitute for the word I'm thinking lol they did a loooot of ineffective scaremongering despite the hypocritical claims that leavers are scaremongering :nah:

    ah well anyway! lol and a remainer just unfollowed me :console:
    and Smeggy and drogon and all these trolls had so much to say just 2 hrs ago lool about being a sore loser Leaver :nah:

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    (Original post by drowzee)
    But not without tariffs. The EU has more power, and although it does need us, the EU will use this as warning. We cannot trade without tariffs and not abide by EU rules. We could go the Norwegian route and join the EEA without being in the EU- we will no say over the rules and regulations, or a bilateral agreement like Switzerland, which would be terrible for the financial sector. We could try to negotiate a better deal, but I don't think we could negotiate anything better, or anything as good as we (did) have as an EU member.
    Finally we are talking about the tariff issue.

    Its simple, we offer them tariff free trade, done. The EU will be very weak, they don't need problems accessing our market. The movement of people is not required. Over the next few days / weeks you will find many EU based companies calling for such a deal.
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    (Original post by The_Opinion)
    The naivety of leftists

    You do realise that we trade with India, China, the US right?

    They don't have freedom of movement.
    Yes but the majority of our trade is with the EU. That isn't easy to replace.

    Yes they do. https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Norway%E...nion_relations
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    (Original post by alow)
    Yes but the majority of our trade is with the EU. That isn't easy to replace.

    Yes they do. https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Norway%E...nion_relations
    Norway does not equal us.

    It is mutually beneficial to arrange a deal like I have said.

    They will agree, they are not going to punish their own companies just to annoy the UK.
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    (Original post by The_Opinion)
    Norway does not equal us.

    It is mutually beneficial to arrange a deal like I have said.

    They will agree, they are not going to punish their own companies just to annoy the UK.
    The EU will more than likely be harsh with us to discourage other countries making the same mistake.
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    Bank of England may raise interest rates to try and recover some of the falls in the Pound
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    (Original post by The_Opinion)
    Finally we are talking about the tariff issue.

    Its simple, we offer them tariff free trade, done. The EU will be very weak, they don't need problems accessing our market. The movement of people is not required. Over the next few days / weeks you will find many EU based companies calling for such a deal.
    You can't be so sure of that. You cannot have tariff free trade without the free movement of people currently under EU rules. What if we can't negotiate such a deal?
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    (Original post by alow)
    The EU will more than likely be harsh with us to discourage other countries making the same mistake.
    Nope, wont happen, German and French heavy industries have too much power over their MP's. Be realistic and logical about it.
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    http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2016/06...-beauty-glory/
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    (Original post by drowzee)
    You can't be so sure of that. You cannot have tariff free trade without the free movement of people currently under EU rules. What if we can't negotiate such a deal?
    New deals / rules can be made, or just have a token tariff of 0.000001%, as a pass around the rules. We will be able to have such a deal, people all around the world work with people they hate, why? As its mutually beneficial.

    In the next few years the EU will collapse anyway.
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    Wow we have officially left the EU.
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    (Original post by welshiee)
    52% Leave.
    48% Remain.

    That is my prediction. I think the shy leave vote will influence this massively.
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...5#post66055945

    Called it.

    Who needs economists aye?
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    Lmfao just seen the rubbish collection men singing and dancing in the street about Brexit :rofl:

    Might be the first and only street party I see since my area overwhelmingly voted to Remain. :lol:
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    (Original post by alow)
    Training people is a lot more expensive than having them come pretrained from another place.

    The UK will not get to choose which immigrants come here, any trade agreement with the EU will include freedom of movement.
    Does China and US have freedom of movement to EU as they have free trade deals?

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