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seaniboy

No one really comes to HUKD for this, made a joke and really not going … No one really comes to HUKD for this, made a joke and really not going further than I have commented so far...we are here for a bargain like the rest of Europe, get that low exchange rate purchases in lol




yes, I agree.

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jonnithomas

None of the four countries own the Commonwealth actually.I note that you … None of the four countries own the Commonwealth actually.I note that you totally ignored my question of just WHY would the EU actually want the country Scotland on it's own ? It is heavily subsidised by England and not financially viable as a stand alone country. It's laughable, rather like an SNP speech I saw on Scottish exit from the UK saying that England would have to compensate Scotland for state buildings in England as theoretically scotland owns 1/4 of all UK state buildings. Reality is Scotland asked to join the UK as they were starving in the past. Similarly they aren't economically viable now.




No one really comes to HUKD for this, made a joke and really not going further than I have commented so far...we are here for a bargain like the rest of Europe, get that low exchange rate purchases in lol

seaniboy

89% population, not 89% of countries of the UK. 4 countries make 100% of … 89% population, not 89% of countries of the UK. 4 countries make 100% of UK, thats 25% each. Parliament UK wants trade with Commonwealth - NI & Scotland voted remain - technically both countries own part of the CW, if you think Brexit is just with the EU and not 4 countries, you are wrong, legally England cant do just what it wants with the UK. Scotland has supercession - this will set a new rules in EU if Ecosse vote to get rid of the hopeless Tories and Labour parties forever. If both had not failed Scotland for 50 years the SNP would not have grown and grown, them same failures grew UKIP and Brexit down south. 2 main parties is never a democracy - its a cycle of old firm blame game. The establishment.




None of the four countries own the Commonwealth actually.

I note that you totally ignored my question of just WHY would the EU actually want the country Scotland on it's own ? It is heavily subsidised by England and not financially viable as a stand alone country. It's laughable, rather like an SNP speech I saw on Scottish exit from the UK saying that England would have to compensate Scotland for state buildings in England as theoretically scotland owns 1/4 of all UK state buildings. Reality is Scotland asked to join the UK as they were starving in the past. Similarly they aren't economically viable now.

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jonnithomas

This is a very strange perspective. England and Wales have approximately … This is a very strange perspective. England and Wales have approximately 89% of the UK population. Scotland doesn't even have 10% Northern Ireland is less than 3%. Consequently your demarcation of things in quarters is bizarre to say the least. Also nobody (other than yourself) is talking about owning the Commonwealth.Similarly, your thoughts of EUexit not Brexit are very odd too. Why would the EU want Scotland to remain within it ? One of their main terms for membership is social payments being less than 3% of GDP whereas Scotland's is 9% with oil being half what it was when the last Scottish referendum took place. So why would the EU want Scotland on its own ?


89% population, not 89% of countries of the UK. 4 countries make 100% of UK, thats 25% each. Parliament UK wants trade with Commonwealth - NI & Scotland voted remain - technically both countries own part of the CW, if you think Brexit is just with the EU and not 4 countries, you are wrong, legally England cant do just what it wants with the UK.


Scotland has supercession - this will set a new rules in EU if Ecosse vote to get rid of the hopeless Tories and Labour parties forever. If both had not failed Scotland for 50 years the SNP would not have grown and grown, them same failures grew UKIP and Brexit down south. 2 main parties is never a democracy - its a cycle of old firm blame game. The establishment.

seaniboy

joke, not guess...Brexit will be happening up north not EUxit The … joke, not guess...Brexit will be happening up north not EUxit The English politicals need to get that, let alone understand it, yet make up a plan to EUxit, 50% of the UK is not owned by England and Wales, so this Commonwealth trade deals is not 100% because England has no entitlement as a 25% shareholder to own the Commonwealth alone or 50% shareholder with Wales, England has no idea what they voted for, and everything promised to do such EUxit vote will not be delivered to NHS, immigration an others. Theres a joke & a half - you are right my joke was crass in comparison, EUxit is so much funnier, esp the delivery



This is a very strange perspective. England and Wales have approximately 89% of the UK population. Scotland doesn't even have 10% Northern Ireland is less than 3%. Consequently your demarcation of things in quarters is bizarre to say the least. Also nobody (other than yourself) is talking about owning the Commonwealth.

Similarly, your thoughts of EUexit not Brexit are very odd too. Why would the EU want Scotland to remain within it ? One of their main terms for membership is social payments being less than 3% of GDP whereas Scotland's is 9% with oil being half what it was when the last Scottish referendum took place. So why would the EU want Scotland on its own ?

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