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Old Yesterday, 12:11 PM
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I thought Mays idea by keeping financial services outside negotiations was so she can turn us into a tax haven...I still think we will be
Well it was a very shit idea, especially as the global consensus is turning against them (many of which are British dependencies). But the idea that enough business would redomicile from the usual suspects to replace all the other service sector business loss is farcial.
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Let's hope you don't really mean that shall we?
The company I used to work had a division that sold almost entirely to the US, their sales were very dependent on the exchange rate.
It made them either cheaper or more expensive than their competitors.
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Apart from the 700,000 alone who have left London.

Are you suggesting that not wishing to break up a marriage or uproot your family is a vote of confidence in the UK? The same UK in which many politicians were openly talking about using EU nationals as 'bargaining chips' at the start of the negotiations.
Hes turned into a total wrongun over the last few months.
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