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Burt06
13 Sep 17 22:35
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All thnaks to the mighty and noble Brexiteers.

You are welcome.

LEAVING THE BUILDING.Cool
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Report Burt06 September 13, 2017 10:43 PM BST
Frameworks for several trade deals already agreed in private.

No deal scenario almost ironed out and ready to go should EUSSR intransigence continue.

Business quietly confident of new surge in opportunities that will arise from any EU products facing a 10% import tariff. Banks and Government ready to loan to any serious start up that can set up and take advantage of such an opportunity by producing the goods here and therefore not facing any tariff and been more competitive than EUSSR imports.

Stagnant wages to become a thing of the past as reduction in immigrants will finally lead to real wage growth.

De regulation of pointless and business strangling EUSSR rules to be done rapidly after Brexit day so as to free our businesse to grow, to invest and to employ.

Now on one knee, cap doffed, let's see you quislings thanking the mighty and noble Brexiteers.

LEAVING THE BUILDING.Cool
Report DIE LINKE September 13, 2017 10:49 PM BST
Did you pinch those from Private Eye, Burt06?


No deal scenario almost ironed out and ready to go Laugh

Business quietly confident of new surge in opportunities that will arise from any EU products facing a 10% import tariff. Laugh

Banks and Government ready to loan to any serious start up that can set up and take advantage of such an opportunity by producing the goods here Laugh


The word cloud,cuckoo and land come to mind.
Report Burt06 September 13, 2017 10:51 PM BST
You said all that kind of BS before the referendum where you done your conkers backing remain.

Just you take notice of someone who always calls it right, rather than your potless and clueless numpties like you and your mates whoalways call it wrong.
Report DIE LINKE September 13, 2017 10:56 PM BST
Its all utter nonsense, Burt06.

Stagnant wages to become a thing of the past as reduction in immigrants will finally lead to real wage growth. FFS
Report Burt06 September 13, 2017 10:58 PM BST
It's the future.

Get used to it.
Report sageform September 15, 2017 12:18 PM BST
Just a suggestion of an interest rise has sent the pound from $1.3 to $1.36 in a few days. Also up sharply against the Euro to E1.14. The market brought the pound down because of low interest rates as much as Brexit.
Report DIE LINKE December 10, 2017 3:50 PM GMT
Burt06 13 Sep 17 22:43

Frameworks for several trade deals already agreed in private.

No deal scenario almost ironed out and ready to go should EUSSR intransigence continue.

Business quietly confident of new surge in opportunities that will arise from any EU products facing a 10% import tariff. Banks and Government ready to loan to any serious start up that can set up and take advantage of such an opportunity by producing the goods here and therefore not facing any tariff and been more competitive than EUSSR imports.

Stagnant wages to become a thing of the past as reduction in immigrants will finally lead to real wage growth.

De regulation of pointless and business strangling EUSSR rules to be done rapidly after Brexit day so as to free our businesse to grow, to invest and to employ.


This hasn't aged well! Laugh
Report Burt06 December 10, 2017 7:54 PM GMT
IDIEMYHAIRPINKE, it's all fine.

Just you wait and see.

Given your disaster in the referendum maybe you all of people should steer well clear of any predictions.Plain
Report dom888 December 10, 2017 8:30 PM GMT
As long as he can incite vs scapegoat foreigners everything is ok.
Report DIE LINKE June 25, 2018 6:40 PM BST
Business quietly sh1tting themselves.
Report akabula June 25, 2018 11:56 PM BST
Edwin Morgan of the Institute of Directors told us today that engagement with the government is good but obviously a bit of uncertainty amongst them until they know the final deal.
But while Airbus said they might need to move Boeing announced investment in the UK which will create 40,000 jobs.
Funny how people focus on a negative which is only a possibility yet ignore a positive that is certain. Closed minds?
Report bigpoppapump June 26, 2018 9:41 AM BST
please can you post a link to the Boeing announcement about their investment.

Thanks.
Report Dr Crippen June 26, 2018 10:40 AM BST
''World's largest aircraft maker picks Britain as home for its new European headquarters

Boeing has chosen Britain as home for its new European headquarters in a major boost to campaigners in favour of the UK leaving the EU.''


Easy enough to find.
Report politicspunter June 26, 2018 10:59 AM BST
This story is over two years old, before the EU vote.
Report Dr Crippen June 26, 2018 11:28 AM BST
WARNING WARNING!
Report bigpoppapump June 26, 2018 11:57 AM BST
that's not a link.  I've googled and not found anything - but (we all want jobs here right?) I'd be interested to read the article.  Please can you post a link.
Report bigpoppapump June 26, 2018 1:55 PM BST
Boeing's own website says they employ 2,200 people in the UK and support many more (via the natural complexity of its supply chain).  There's an announcement on their home page (from Feb 2017) about a new plant being built in Sheffield.

Please can you point me towards the detail (and the link) about the 40,000 jobs - I'm assuming this includes the onward benefit for secondary suppliers in the supply chain from whatever investment it is you're referring to?  And if that's the case - do you also make the same allowance (knock on effects to the economy) when manufacturing jobs are lost (as in the case of the Airbus 8,000 jobs).  Or do we keep it simple and compare apples for apples (ie. people directly employed by the company in question)?

So:  Boeing is 2,200 UK employees but going to 40,000 (no link to this news)?

is this fair?
Report moisok June 29, 2018 12:40 PM BST
1 in 40  jobs were min wage now its 1 in 20   

Anyone know the stats on part time jobs?  You know the ones and how lower wage jobs have replaced higher waged as in industry, coal - in fact, all manufacturing where jobs have declined

we all know government fiddle like anything to make 'corrections'
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