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    CEO of a Trade Plate Company and a Director of an IT Cloud Company

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    BMW ALPINA B3 3.2 and B10 3.3

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  1. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    but Brandon Lewis was the only MP who listened to Julian Smith. Therefore there was no half of a dozen with this vote. I am not sure but I don't think this has happened before. Also can the Chief Whip be in their rights to ask MPs to do this? Example a vote to go to war? If it was another MP and not Jo Swinson - as she is a outspoken MP. It will not been having the coverage now which it does deserve Agreed but I am glad the result went the way it did. Even though it will have been more exciting if it went the other way because Government will be in a genuine crisis by now.
  2. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    Wouldn't have made a difference to the final result. Just would have been from a smaller margin to the narrowing of margins
  3. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    I thought in mid April the pound crept up to 1.43 against the dollar. Anyway it is about (may have been just over sometimes) the 15% overvaulved fluctuation which was said before the vote
  4. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    I’m not sure why you have provided the above link. The £ is just under what it was against the $ before the referendum. Thankfully the markets cares about $ more than the € It was said the £ was 15% overvalued before the referendum. It has been about 15% undervalued since the referendum against the €. Edit: £ has fluctuate from 1.08 to 1.25 but has stayed at about 1.13 for several months against the €
  5. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    I do think that is true about the General Election - what a weak Government where the PM needs to threaten her party with that. I am also looking forward to Brexit being over so I can stop arguing with fellow BMW enthusiasts
  6. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    The Brexit department a.k.a David Davis said that there has been a lot of work behind the scenes of a No Deal. However Davis didn't want the media or the EU to know. However tomorrow Junker will apparently say to EU members to be more prepared for a No Deal Interesting few days ahead before the summer holidays
  7. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    Somehow when I think she is down - she bounces up and wins the vote. If she lost the customs vote today - it could have meant a General Election.
  8. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    I knew about Robert Gascoyne- Cecil. I didn't know about Alec Douglas.
  9. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    You don't need to be a MP to be PM
  10. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    That's not how our elections work. We vote for a member of parliament to represent us in The House of Commons - the party who has the most seats wins. The party and members decide who is leader not the people.
  11. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    I am answering the question of if it was France and your question if it was another EU country. As I previously said the difference will be if we had the Euro. We are making an impossible task possible. If we had the Euro I either may be saying: “I can’t wait for the Pound to come back, or this is an impossible task and it will always be impossible task to leave”. Moaning? It’s a current affair topic. I therefore fail to see why it’s moaning Also because once Article 50 is triggered we agree on divorce, then the leaving country and the EU talk about the trading relationship afterwards., and the EU has a duty of care for it other members – especially Republic of Ireland. I voted to leave and that means with a good deal, or no deal and we trade under WTO. I want us to have a good deal and if that means when I am expressing my opinion as moaning. I will then let the majority of contributors on these threads to continue with their sarcasm reamin comments and I will stop providing a balance view or a passionate leavers point of view. As I rather leave under WTO than stay in the EU. If reaminers won’t let leavers voice their opinions than we should just respect the binary question stay or leave and not worry about a deal. Before anyone says: “well you would say that about leaving under WTO, because you voted leave”. Well let me say this the only time I voted for a non-mainstream party was in 1997. I voted for the referendum party therefore I have always been anti EC/EU – not anti European.
  12. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    The statistics showed that the young voted for these parties: Germany: AFD Italy: Five Star Austria: Cannot remember their name. If the EU was so prosperous to its members than why is Greece youth unemployment high. The exception is France as the National Front votes were from the older generation.
  13. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    Don't give up yet. This is what the remain figures want - that the leavers start to say and do. To add when I say remainers. I don't mean people talking about Brexit, but the establishment.
  14. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    Agreed I went one better when I spoil my ballot paper at this year’s local elections. As I live in a safe seat, I didn’t think twice about writing on it: “Brexit means no single market or customs union, we trade with the rest of the world. We get a good deal or no deal”.
  15. nealpina

    Davis resigns

    I do believe it is irrelevant because its unprecedented if another EU country decided to leave. The young in Europe are more Eurosceptic than us. Also economically most countries including France have the Euro and this is a major complication which we do not need to worry about. Agreed but then also want goods and service freely flowing. So it doesn’t affect their members economies It’s not the people mess. It’s the Tories MPs and members for letting May to be PM, she was useless as Home Secretary and allowed someone else to take the blame for the Windrush scandal (Corbyn had the perfect opportunity to annihilate her during PMQs with Windrush, but instead changed the subject so he can have a nice photo opportunity on Facebook for the local elections). I then blame all the remainer Lords (yes I did sign the petition to change that House) – especially Lord Adonis. George Soros and Gina Miller, but she did expose Cameron and Osbourne for their arrogance with the wording of the referendum. Also all the public figures and organisations who receive funding from the EU who are making too much noise currently. Davis was planning for a Canada +++ deal and a no deal and these were going to be publish. However May undermineded him and listened to an unelected civil servant Oliver Robbins instead of an elected MP who had a genuine plan. We had a Brexit department but May trusted it to someone who should never had the power to work on something as important as Brexit Now we have a fudge of the chequers deal because May has accepted all 4 amendments. May is dishonest, and at best should only be a middle manager Did anyone else see Questiontime on Thursday night? Gina Miller said she respected the vote. Then said wants a people vote which is just another name for a referendum. Gina also said that Claire Perry is being honest, but then about 10 minutes later Perry lied about Merkel seeing the white paper in advance of May’s cabinet.
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