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  1. Anyway, you can see how well the EU has done since 1980, eh?
  2. Damn. I missed that! Thanks. Not sure what the FT ref is tho? TV please PM for my champagne shipment details.
  3. Ah!! Now I understand what a crock refers to!
  4. Barnier is getting barmier by the day. Who do you think gets the most benefit out of this deal?
  5. Don't laugh so fast. See my FT chart.
  6. Fair point. They still can't speak English.
  7. Oops. Don't laugh so fast. See my FT chart.
  8. Well I guess it depends whose numbers you look at, Big Boy. Here's a few with chart from the FT JAN 22 this year: https://www.ft.com/content/dec6968c-f6ca-11e7-8715-e94187b3017e https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/03/worlds-biggest-economies-in-2017/ Once the UK leaves then the EU will drop to 3rd again anyway. By the way it's still bullying and typifies the big EU cowardly bully. One of the many good reasons to bail out.
  9. The EU has expanded its size of member states but even these 28 are still less powerful, economically, than China. "They can pretty much demand": well that's what the EU seems to like doing, eh? It was called bullying at school. This often finally ended with the bully getting a straight right onto the end of his nose.
  10. You're welcome. I hope that you can see how important this is?
  11. European Council for Health Research (EuCHR)
  12. Not entirely different, Dick. The EU Commission has and has had more than its unfair share of proven failures in their own national arenas. You can start with Juncker, Kinnock and Mandelson. There are plenty more "prime" examples.
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