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Johnson's win elevates 'no-deal' Brexit risks to UK economy


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i think this dude is trump English brother which he never knew about LUL

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cla68: "the UK will thrive, and globalist socialism will be completely discredited."

Some British are still living in the era of Gran Britannia. Those days are well and truly over. After leaving the EU Britain will be at the control of Washington. Currently, the UK is under Washington's for foreign policy: seize the tanker; Yes, Sir!

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Prolonged uncertainty is way worse than no-deal. Businesses have been preparing for it, they just want it over with. Phil Hammond says he has to resign now because he can't support a no-deal. So that's an open admission that May's "no-deal is better than a bad deal" was a lie all along.

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No deal Brexit will hurt the EU economy not the UK. So there will likely be a deal because even the corrupt incompetent EU politicians must face the fact the EU csnt just cut off 1/3 of it's, economy

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LOL, cue the doom and gloom articles from the Fake news media trying to head off the no deal Brexit. It’s going to happen, the UK will thrive, and globalist socialism will be completely discredited.

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