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    When the Brits leave the EU will all those lovely Eastern Europeans in London relocate here? Could be good news!

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    Personally I'm hoping it means an influx of English ladies, we need a lot more of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedTransistor View Post
    Personally I'm hoping it means an influx of English ladies, we need a lot more of them.
    Well that's unlikely as Europe will insist on visas for travel from the uk. We always allowed freedom of travel with the U.K. and vice versa but the EU will have the final say. It's funny because the Brits think they will leave and carry on regardless. They are in for a big shock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixfourblond View Post
    Well that's unlikely as Europe will insist on visas for travel from the uk. We always allowed freedom of travel with the U.K. and vice versa but the EU will have the final say. It's funny because the Brits think they will leave and carry on regardless. They are in for a big shock!
    I think Ireland will feel a bit of pressure from Brussels along those lines but can't see Ireland giving in, we've spent way too long developing a relationship with our nearest neighbour. If England wants to become a power outside EU influence they'll be cosying up more with the US, it's in our best interests to be very diplomatic in that case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixfourblond View Post
    Well that's unlikely as Europe will insist on visas for travel from the uk. We always allowed freedom of travel with the U.K. and vice versa but the EU will have the final say. It's funny because the Brits think they will leave and carry on regardless. They are in for a big shock!
    They'll have to be a lot more negotiations for a lot of industries. Silly England, they'll lose some big businesses moving abroad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shyguyshyguy12 View Post
    They'll have to be a lot more negotiations for a lot of industries. Silly England, they'll lose some big businesses moving abroad.
    Most of the American financials and computer companies already have plans to relocate here. Good chance Ireland will become gateway to Europe and replace England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedTransistor View Post
    I think Ireland will feel a bit of pressure from Brussels along those lines but can't see Ireland giving in, we've spent way too long developing a relationship with our nearest neighbour. If England wants to become a power outside EU influence they'll be cosying up more with the US, it's in our best interests to be very diplomatic in that case.
    We will do as we are told.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixfourblond View Post
    Most of the American financials and computer companies already have plans to relocate here. Good chance Ireland will become gateway to Europe and replace England.
    Come on Tiger Economy take 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedTransistor View Post
    I think Ireland will feel a bit of pressure from Brussels along those lines but can't see Ireland giving in, we've spent way too long developing a relationship with our nearest neighbour. If England wants to become a power outside EU influence they'll be cosying up more with the US, it's in our best interests to be very diplomatic in that case.
    Boris and Trump in bed together!!!! Ugh

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    I'll eat my hat if the Brits vote for Brexit!!

    The message is that Brexit will cost them big time!!

    The pro Brexit people say everyone else is lying!!

    Only stupid people will vote for Brexit- then again that may be the problem

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