Jul 8, 2018 -- 7:09AM, InsiderTrader wrote:
What exactly is the issue for having no initial trade deal with the EU? We have no trade deal with the USA and they are our biggest trading partner.
He still doesn't understand what "no deal" means in totality. He still doesn't understand that it means legal paralysis in many areas. He still doesn't understand that Britain's credibility as a stable nation (on which much of our prosperity depends) would be lost forever.
Jul 8, 2018 -- 2:42PM, InsiderTrader wrote:
dave135708 Jul 18 19:15Joined: 05 Sep 10| Topic/replies: 7,806 | Blogger: dave1357's blogLet's just look at derivative contracts. These would be unenforceable. This would cause a credit crunch and a recession simply on its own.^Is this nonsense really the best you have got?
typical ignorant remark of a brexiter ostrich, I can absolutely assure you that a hard brexit means that all Eu/UK financial contracts will be invalid.
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