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    Quote Originally Posted by DefTrap View Post
    You didn't read to the bottom then?
    Lots of miserable bastards spreading doom and gloom up here also

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotla...iness-47624917

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horse View Post
    I wonder how, if post-Brexit we lose non-UK staff, those roles will be filled?
    If wee Jimmy doon the road scores a job out of it then im happy but then, im a racist who helped ruin the lives of millions of young folk. Hey ho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DefTrap View Post
    You didn't read to the bottom then?
    You mean "Analysts think that the outcome of Brexit could lead to an interest rates rise later this year."

    That's not news, they always say that. One day they might be right but then a stopped clock is just as accurate.

    Perhaps a tolling bell would be a better metaphor for the incessant predictions of doom which fly in the face of reality...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kneerly Down View Post
    Cost-plus is for people who are either lazy, don't really know their market or have to work on 'open-book' pricing.
    Cost plus is for non-value add services - it is a perfectly valid pricing methodology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screwdriver View Post
    You mean "Analysts think that the outcome of Brexit could lead to an interest rates rise later this year."

    That's not news, they always say that. One day they might be right but then a stopped clock is just as accurate.

    Perhaps a tolling bell would be a better metaphor for the incessant predictions of doom which fly in the face of reality...
    I know, the opinion of expert analysts, whatever next?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screwdriver View Post
    Perhaps a tolling bell would be a better metaphor for the incessant predictions of doom which fly in the face of reality...
    How apt. To quote John Donne, it tolls for thee. Have a think. And then have a listen.

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    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics...w-likely-ever/

    No deal has sensationally risen from the dead, and is now more likely than ever.

    Bercow’s intention with his veto [on a third vote on a substantially unchanged Withdrawal Agreement] may have been to sabotage Brexit. But he could end up achieving the exact opposite.

    It was telling that yesterday in the Commons, the Brexiteers were the cheeriest at this latest twist in the political crisis.

    Some of them could even be heard whistling the theme to “
    The Great Escape.”
    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobzilla View Post
    How apt. To quote John Donne, it tolls for thee. Have a think. And then have a listen.
    Yeah, I know I am ill and I am going to die.

    You seem to think that's quite funny and you're being clever.

    Says more about you than it does about me.

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    Is Bobz immortal or something? Is he Highlander?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy View Post
    Is Bobz immortal or something? Is he Highlander?
    No he is younger than average in this forum (which isn't saying much) and likes to suggest he has Aspergers which he believes absolves him of his pompous, arrogant and insulting behaviour.

    ...and to get back on topic, it's attitudes like that which make me even more determined to support Brexit and support those who chose to leave for whatever reasons they may care to believe.

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    Plot twist: Without dedicated Act of Parliament UK can't leave the EU.

    Default is to stay in EU, leaving without NEW Act of Parliament is literally illegal, without new Act Article 50 notification will lapse & become invalid.

    According to some legal experts.

    If UK is unable to leave EU in a constitutionally compliant way by 29 March 2019, by NEW Act of Parliament,UK’s Article 50 notice will lapse as a matter of national/supranational law & UK will stay in EU!

    https://ukhumanrightsblog.com/2019/0...om-rose-slowe/

    To make it even worst if EU accepts the short extension then new Act of Parliament will be needed for sure to leave the EU.

    If Parliament is gridlocked and can't decide that default will be to stay. UK constitutionally require Act of Parliament to leave.

    HTH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Val View Post
    Plot twist: Without dedicated Act of Parliament UK can't leave the EU.

    Default is to stay in EU, leaving without NEW Act of Parliament is literally illegal, without new Act Article 50 notification will lapse & become invalid.

    According to some legal experts.

    If UK is unable to leave EU in a constitutionally compliant way by 29 March 2019, by NEW Act of Parliament,UK’s Article 50 notice will lapse as a matter of national/supranational law & UK will stay in EU!

    https://ukhumanrightsblog.com/2019/0...om-rose-slowe/

    To make it even worst if EU accepts the short extension then new Act of Parliament will be needed for sure to leave the EU.

    If Parliament is gridlocked and can't decide that default will be to stay. UK constitutionally require Act of Parliament to leave.

    HTH
    It says "may be". Do you read anything properly before passing it off as truth?

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