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  1. Brexit - Merged Threads

    It you are talking about stocks or property, you havn't "lost ' anything yet. You believe your money is better in the euro? Fill your boots! Sometimes sacrifices have to be made for the greater, future good, but that's just my small island idealism speaking.
  2. Brexit - Merged Threads

    Oh ok then, so the more migrants we get in, the more money we get from them? And it's true, for every pound we put in to the EU we get 10 back!? Thats awesome! Makes you wonder why we're leaving then, with benefits like that Wanna buy some magic beans?
  3. Brexit - Merged Threads

    I think you need to take your globalist, rose tinted specs off for just a moment, and read that back to yourself. 27k is an 'average' so obviously many are paying more into the system. You will probably find the majority of those people are NOT migrants, so the higher earners not only have to pay to keep British born low/or no earners, they have to pay for the imported ones too, so why don't we get some more? I'm sure they will be well happy with that! Yes we need immigration, we need migrants who are going to pay taxes, not ones that come over to abuse the system.
  4. Brexit - Merged Threads

    Indeed, it doesnt take too much working out, what was the estimate for putting a child through schooling, £100-150,000? , child benefit, medical and dental costs. I know how much you can receive in tax credits, my exs daughter had one child, and earned £100 a week, but got nearly £300 a week in benefits. That maybe the top end of the scale, but she didnt pay ANY tax, like I say, if someone is paying £50 a week tax and has children , they are considered a low earner and will receive tax credits that effectively wipe out any contributions and then some. Im not saying this shouldnt happen, but the argument for importing migrants or taking in refugees to boost the nations income is ridiculous !
  5. Brexit - Merged Threads

    What kind of stupid argument is that ? You suggest getting more migrants in, to pay tax into the system, to help pay for our pensions ect. When in most cases they cost the system more money, but more migrants makes it better ? Never mind the FACT that our infrastructure is struggling to cope with what we have NOW. But its OK blame the tories I suppose. You havnt answered the question about whether youve lived or worked in Canada or Oz. Yet you seem qualified to tell me how it works over there ? Dont you think we have enough of a social security bill with our own home grown layabouts ? But no you say, migrants work, yes they do, low paid work, that attract tax credits, sometimes more than what they actually earn, where do you think that money comes from ? Other migrants income tax contributions ?
  6. Brexit - Merged Threads

    Take a look at Canada or Oz, ours would likely follow their example. Your European workers on the farm can still come over every summer, no ones saying they cant. What they cant do is cop benefits, or use the NHS (without insurance) Finally Germany, do you seriously believe that importing a million or so Syrians, Iraqis and Africans via refugee status, will solve the issue of paying for their pension burden ? That is utter madness ! They will bring a family in many cases, needing benefits, schooling, language instruction and medical care, likely costing far more than they could possibly earn from taxing them, thats if they even work ! The sums just dont add up, plus look at the social impact, France, Belgium and Holland already have ghettos full of immigrants who rarely work and have no intention of integrating properly. The MSM keeps the numerous riots, rapes and violence out the headlines for a reason.
  7. Brexit - Merged Threads

    Me too ,brilliant
  8. Brexit - Merged Threads

    As Ive said, Im not arguing with you any more, Ill not be replying to your comments again. If others want to ,thats fine, but its just not worth it for me. Good luck.
  9. Brexit - Merged Threads

    Granett , your logic in respect to Neutrons posts and mine defies any kind of reasoning. Maybe were just not clever enough for you ? Im still not sure why you post on this topic to be fair, you arent going to change peoples minds unless you at least attempt to see their point of view. "The question that line of thought begs is, "Why?" What can we do outside the EU, that we couldn't do inside?" If you need to ask that question, then I cant really go on with you anymore.
  10. Brexit - Merged Threads

    'now, as a result of Brexit, we're giving up the powerful control we had over EU rules' https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/662422/EU-referendum-Brexit-Britain-outvoted-EU-Council-VoteWatch-Europe-study-MEPs https://www.theguardian.com/law/2016/dec/21/eus-highest-court-delivers-blow-to-uk-snoopers-charter http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/06/22/the-eus-court-is-picking-apart-our-laws/ https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/648899/Britain-loses-most-cases-taken-to-European-Court-EU-referendum-Vote-Leave-Gove http://www.europeanlawmonitor.org/eu-legal-principles/eu-law-does-european-law-override-national-law.html http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3532727/UK-taxpayers-face-50bn-bill-EU-judges-overrule-tax-laws-exposing-multinationals-use-EU-courts-claw-taxes.html I could go on, but Im wasting my time as it is. The fact is, we either get outvoted, overruled or ignored. Thats our 'powerful' voice in the EU.
  11. Brexit - Merged Threads

    Mmm where to start ...? TIME IS RUNNING OUT - For who ? Have you not got it round your head yet that EUropean countries risk losing just as much as UK ones ? Businesses warn they will start to move jobs out of UK within weeks if Britain and EU don’t start Brexit trade talks Where to ? So theyre going to make all their employees redundant or relocate them abroad ? Really ? The boss of the CBI said 60% of companies were preparing to activate emergency plans by Easter The CBI ..... 60% of companies , of ALL UK companies, how many actually have emergency Brexit plans ? CBI BS. Which companies? Who wants to sound off and see their share price plummet. Form an orderly queue to be first At best its a EU stooge CBI exaggeration, at worst its an outright lie Youre beginning to sound desperate Grannet. Nothings happened until that inks on the paper, plenty of time for the whole thing to collapse. Were still dancing.
  12. Brexit - Merged Threads

    What a load of old Brexiteer nonsense ! You are obviously a colonial fascist xenophobe ! Joking, another excellent post Neutron
  13. Sadiq Khan London Mayor

    Again, ask yourself why this would be problem (Clue, its not) Its called punishment for leaving.
  14. Camera opinions

    Something like this would be my choice. https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/cameras-and-camcorders/digital-cameras/compact-and-bridge-cameras/nikon-coolpix-b500-bridge-camera-black-10144458-pdt.html?store=2434&cmpid=ppc~gg~(PLA)-LOCAL~~Exact&istCompanyId=bec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7&istItemId=xttxrimpap&istBid=t&srcid=198&cmpid=ppc~gg~0001 (PLA) Compact Cameras - BTE 2017~Compact Cameras Launched Wk30 23/11 to 20/12~Exact&mctag=gg_goog_7904&kwid=GOOGLE&device=c&ds_kids=92700028184062341&PLA=1&tgtid=0001 (PLA) Compact Cameras - BTE 2017&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIrLXVl9T11wIVSrHtCh24CAIsEAQYAyABEgLIcfD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds Or this, still leaving some money for a big memory card. http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6782315?storeID=227&cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59158|cid:598927173|agid:24310789130|tid:aud-144400486596:pla-294327817382|crid:86885950250|nw:g|rnd:16312787025377118933|dvc:c|adp:1o4|mt:|loc:1006965&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIrLXVl9T11wIVSrHtCh24CAIsEAQYBCABEgIhdvD_BwE