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Breaking: Sky News obtains explosive sensitive information relating to Brexit making very grim UK reading

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Have to say Sky News is excellent for breaking these types of stories.
They have an excellent team of Ed Conway and Mark Klienman in their business team.

But this is from Sam Coates, formely from the Times and it's explosive.
Brussels and Dublin will be seating back taking it all in this evening

The Brits abroad bit is true. They are all gone from Lanzarotti. There are several for sale on my terrace. I would loose money on it now if I sold mine. I wasn't over since March, but I gave it for a week to a friend couple and they told me
 
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Another serious Brexit issue the BBC has just broken tonight and worryingly Tory Brexiter MP Crispin Blunt told Newsnight he cannot guarantee it will be resolved by Oct 31st but hopes it can.


Scary stuff.

Here is the report.
 

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Have to say Sky News is excellent for breaking these types of stories.
They have an excellent team of Ed Conway and Mark Klienman in their business team.

But this is from Sam Coates, formely from the Times and it's explosive.
Brussels and Dublin will be seating back taking it all in this evening

big fat nothing burger... deranged project fear propaganda!
 

jon 1000's of irish f

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Nothing is going to happen to Britain because of Brexit. They have the City of London and German and French manufacturers will not want to see tariffs put on their exports to the UK.
In 2018, UK exports to the EU were £289 billion (46% of all UK exports). UK imports from the EU were £345 billion (54% of all UK imports). The share of UK exports accounted for by the EU has generally fallen over time from 55% in 2006 to 43% in 2016, though this increased slightly to 44% in 2017 and 46% in 2018. The numbers are very clear. The UK buys more from the EU than the EU buys from the UK.
A hard BREXIT will allow Britain to enter free trade deals with Asia and the USA which are the more than 50% of its trade balance sheet. The decline in the pound will make British exports even more salable overseas.
 

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In 2018, UK exports to the EU were £289 billion (46% of all UK exports). UK imports from the EU were £345 billion (54% of all UK imports). The share of UK exports accounted for by the EU has generally fallen over time from 55% in 2006 to 43% in 2016, though this increased slightly to 44% in 2017 and 46% in 2018. The numbers are very clear. The UK buys more from the EU than the EU buys from the UK.
A hard BREXIT will allow Britain to enter free trade deals with Asia and the USA which are the more than 50% of its trade balance sheet. The decline in the pound will make British exports even more salable overseas.
dan is on record for ignoring anything relevant and factual. that the only way he can keep his deluge of mindless dribble trolling on track!
 
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