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Oh Dear, Poor Old Germans

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youngmafbog | 13:14 Thu 10th Jan 2019 | News
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Personally I dont give much credence to the economists views just yet but it will be interesting to hear from the Europhiles who hang onto these sol called experts every word when it comes to negativity about Brexit and the UK.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6576821/Germany-looks-set-enter-RECESSION-Europes-financial-giant-sees-unexpected-collapse.html

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And it looks like poor old Britain too

///while Britain's impending exit from the EU could be another negative hit particularly if the country crashes out of the bloc without a deal to smooth its transition to new trading arrangements.///
//new trading arrangements.//

We already have existing trade arrangements in place. All we need is a clean break from the EUSSR to make use of them.
Ohh Dear, Ow sad, Wot a shame. How will they manage to feed the millions of immigrants that Mrs Meerkat welcomed in? Perhaps they will give em all a nice new Beamer or Audi to keep the factories running. Or one of the brilliant engineers amongst the sub Saharans will invent a vehicle that runs on fresh air for ever, and save the economy?

Or...……….are they relying on traitor May keeping us manacled to the side rail of the sinking ship whilst paying top whack passenger fares.
Are they the same economists predicting a recession for Britain?
The 4500 people laid off at TaTa (Sorry, Land Rover Jaguar) seem to be a warning sign.
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"Are they the same economists predicting a recession for Britain? "

Didnt read my OP fully did you?

Steg, no comment on the EU then only a diversion to the UK?
o dear
poor us
same old same old from all the usual suspects
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"The 4500 people laid off at TaTa (Sorry, Land Rover Jaguar) seem to be a warning sign"

I suggest you look up on this further. Main reasons for this are the bottom falling out the Chinese market, Government demonising Diesels after JLR had poured billions into it and the Government car Jealousy tax of cars over 40K.
//Steg, no comment on the EU then only a diversion to the UK//
It’s not a diversion, it’s from your link
I didn't state a reason, YMB. If British firms are in trouble without Brexit happening, don't you think the situation will be compounded once it has?
//If British firms are in trouble without Brexit happening, don't you think the situation will be compounded once it has? //

Far from it. Without the requisite permission required from 20 odd other "Nations", UK Ltd will be in a position to sort out trade deals and respond to World fluctuations in trade quicker and more effectively to meet our own wishes. We did it for centuries you know without any help from Brussels...…..in fact in spite of the perfidious European interference over all that time.
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Pretty strong implication Brexit was the cause as you linked the two in the first sentence, and you certainly 'forgot' to mention the real reason.

Will ther be an impact of no deal - yes of course there will be. But it wont be anywhere near as bad as Project fear states.

It is a shame really, if we just admitted the real risks that could be faced we could mitigate them so they dont become issues. Unfortunately Remain are hell bent on exaggerating them meaning people are switching off to even real potential risks.

A classic case of crying wolf.
better get some more jelly YMB, ZMs on the prowl. Twist and shouts going down the diggery PMSL who'd have thought it eh?
Of course the main reason JLR have hit the skids is that you cant sell overpriced tat indefinitely ......and did we tell you about our nice new plant in Slovakia.
Oh dear. Yet more insults in lieu of any meaningful replies. Standard.

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