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Author Topic: Brexit : Good or bad for punting  (Read 4060 times)

Offline Jerboa

What a load of tosh. For one who says the markets are reacting to the possibility of Brexit... The markets are not only complex but they are easily manipulated. I do like your idea that some Romanian prossie is monitoring the markets and on hearing that the pound has weakened temporarily by 6 Euros books to see her financial advisor to discuss the next best possible destination.

Exactly, no prossie is seriously going to stop visiting UK just because the pound weakens, just as I'm not going to change my mind and vote to stay just because it might affect my exchange rate when punting abroad.

Bad.

The economic repercussions of leaving would be severe, not scaremongering but reality. I'm deeply concerned by this matter, specifically because of my career in manufacturing and the primary export market being that of the EU.

Pertaining to escorts, price rises and less variety.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Bad.

The economic repercussions of leaving would be severe, not scaremongering but reality. I'm deeply concerned by this matter, specifically because of my career in manufacturing and the primary export market being that of the EU.

Pertaining to escorts, price rises and less variety.

You appear to be in the minority, most of our members know that the only realistic option is to withdraw from this European Superstate ----- which no one ever voted for.

This country can be great again ---- on our own, no doubt in my mind.

Offline James999

The economic repercussion
Pertaining to escorts, price rises and less variety.

Your two statements cintradict each other, if there was a negative impact economically then more girls (Brits in particular) would turn to prostitution to make ends meet, thus the variety increase, and the price fall  :music:

Offline Marmalade

Bad.

The economic repercussions of leaving would be severe, not scaremongering but reality. I'm deeply concerned by this matter, specifically because of my career in manufacturing and the primary export market being that of the EU.

Pertaining to escorts, price rises and less variety.

You have plenty of figures to "support" your feelings from a business viewpoint, though they are, when examined, extremely speculative.

As for the prossie-effect, I can't see it not being eclipsed by the ban-them-buy-them debate of Harmans-vs-Corbyns. Don't forget the EU is officially anti-prostitution which gives member states a good excuse to join the ban-them brigade.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Don't forget the EU is officially anti-prostitution which gives member states a good excuse to join the ban-them brigade.

I thought that prostitution was completely legal in Germany.    :unknown:

Offline Marmalade

I thought that prostitution was completely legal in Germany.    :unknown:
As you know, the EU had no teeth. They sit around for days, come up with pages of Andrex-worthy rancid recommendations, get paid and go home again.  :rolleyes:

Here's one of their resolutions.

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?pubRef=-//EP//TEXT+TA+P7-TA-2014-0162+0+DOC+XML+V0//EN

Lots of inaccuracies, tries raising punting age of women to 21, bleats about "terrible, degrading, trafficked, HIV, gender-issues" in pulpit tones.

I think there's a more recent version saying countries that allow prostitution are bad or something. The only use is if Harman wants to wave it about of further "evidence" of Britain's "duty" to comply on "humanitarian grounds".
« Last Edit: March 20, 2016, 06:37:20 PM by Marmalade »

Offline Jimmyredcab

As you know, the EU had no teeth. They sit around for days, come up with pages of Andrex-worthy rancid recommendations, get paid and go home again.  :rolleyes:

Here's one of their resolutions.

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?pubRef=-//EP//TEXT+TA+P7-TA-2014-0162+0+DOC+XML+V0//EN

Lots of inaccuracies, tries raising punting age of women to 21, bleats about "terrible, degrading, trafficked, HIV, gender-issues" in pulpit tones.

I think there's a more recent version saying countries that allow prostitution are bad or something. The only use is if Harman wants to wave it about of further "evidence" of Britain's "duty" to comply on "humanitarian grounds".

Currently Harman is a nobody, her party is not in Government and under Mr Corbyn they never will be.    :hi:

What she says or thinks is totally irrelevant.     :wackogirl:

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There's the sort of scaremongering on here about Brexit that "Just call me Dave" and his allies would be proud of.

As Jerboa says, it would make no real difference.

I seem to remember there were thousands of Romanian prossies long before the freedom of movement was extended to the country and Bulgaria in January 2014 and there are a lot of non-EU Working Girls operating now, especially Brazilian.


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