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Old 5th Jan 2019, 11:16
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Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: mids
Age: 54
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He isn't incorrect

Don't get me wrong there will be negative effects in UK.

But some countries are not as well placed for either the market change or the pound going so low.

To be honest 40 billion is nowhere near enough to cover the bad debt which will result in substantially lower UK tourists and spending in the med countries. Which I suspect will kick in even with a deal.

You would br mad to pay upfront for a holiday in the euro zone next summer. As a Brit I won't be going near the med as I expect the locals will be decidedly cool to us at best.

The EU knows fine that and so does the UK. Who is going to flinch first?

Neither Corybn is going to play a joker

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