... bis ihm das Ergebnis passt. Und ein Riesenfan der Altkommunistin mit den mentalen Problemen, die Deutschland zerstört, ist er natürlich auch. ![klopp.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmYbcPbaSbNL9x56P5Kkyub5cwoRiQf27zamdvBuqHL4MB/klopp.jpg) http://www.spiegel.de/politik/ausland/juergen-klopp-fordert-zweite-brexit-abstimmung-und-lobt-angela-merkel-a-1204360.html
<html> <p><img src="http://galoscoin.nl/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/como-vs-eaez.png" width="550" height="153"/></p> <p>Da li je je UK dio Euroazije?<br> I na koji nacin ce UK biti dio buduceg EAEZ?<br> Koliko su zemlje Commonwealth-a, sa ulaskom UK u EU, spremno bile prihvatile EU, i koje su tada interese nasle za sebe? Za sada, jos uvijek ostaje misterija za vecinu EU naroda, zasto je ves masina u Engleskoj skuplja nego u EU, ali i bilo kojem drugom dijelu svijeta.<br> (Za Amerikance, da ne bude zabune, ovo je nesto sto je poznato u Americi kao “Kvaka 22”.) Zasto UK toliko drzi zatajenim za EU interese, zemlje Commonwealth-a?<br> I da li je Hadrijanov zid onaj koji drzi Englesku podvojenu u svojim interesima prema EU zemljama, i uopce njenom odnosu prema teritoriju i tvorevini EU? BREXIT je za pohvalu. Ali treba ici dalje. Slijedeci konstruktivan politicko-ekonomski potez Europe je EEZ, i odmah i EAEZ ( Euroazijska ekonomska zajednica).<br> Kako bi se Engleska sada mog
I use Noddle, which is a UK credit report site, and is part of the CallCredit group of companies. I have just received an email notifying me of their possible takeover, and this is the blog entry discussing it. https://www.blog.noddle.co.uk/uncategorized/information-about-transunion-and-its-agreement-to-purchase-callcredit-and-noddle/ On the face of it, I think it could be a good thing, but I have some reservations. Brexit is going to happen, and it's looking as if it may be a true break from the mis-named European Union. This will give London the chance to build on it's position as the world's foremost financial centre, but if services such as credit ratings are moved away, then this could slow its progress. The alternative is that TransUnion recognises the possibilities, and seeks to build on the future success of London and the UK. What do you think of the economic changes that are happening at the moment. https://www.blog.noddle.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/creditreportcodesa-720x400.png
![GettyImages-499131112.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmVugii3Jsgi5g7PFV3EaRptUAEd29EgiW7qifkHvSyUb8/GettyImages-499131112.jpg) My comments to all Remainiacs who still deny the Referendum result and continue to oppose Brexit: "Dear Remainers, it must really stick in your throats that despite all the apparent and vaunted wonderful benefits of the European Union, and all the endorsements of your rich and powerful celebrity friends fawning over the European project; added to the dire warnings of an apocalyptic future should we vote to leave Herr Merkel's land of milk and honey... it only took the "rantings" of people like Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage, and one battle bus slogan to defeat you! If the EU was so wonderful and of such benefit to the UK - with over 40 years of membership to prove how grateful we should be to our German and French benefactors - why did the majority of the British public still decide to Leave (even knowning that the final Brexit deal was yet to be agreed)? In your smug self-appo
The house of lords or pushing to overturn the BREXIT, the central bankers will not allow the BREXIT to happen and they will used everything they have to stop it.The Canadians just broke the old record for borrowing against their homes. This is happening as home prices are declining. Real estate market is headed for a disaster. Trump and Abe agree on trade. The ECB moves to protect all banks against the economic collapse. https://youtu.be/1dQEOYqn28A
![download.png](https://steemitimages.com/DQmZaZku4MtrstBzJYKbfPUqBwT1y1xE9NnFr2imC4wFRvc/download.png) Again the media hide the truth, every town and city has a huge problem that keeps getting over looked, though fear of political correctness. 14-year-old Viktorija Sokolova was raped and murdered in wolverhampton last week it's been all over the news but what they haven't mentioned - there were 3 people involved and they are all from the same family and lived in the same street as Viktorija. One of the culprits has been charged another released pending further investigation and the other has gone missing. They are KURDISH MUSLIMS!! The police are currently outside the culprits house giving them protection? If the media won't facilitate the masses with the truth we will!!!! ✌🏻 ❤️ 🇬🇧 S. O. T. I.
!(https://steemitimages.com/DQmdqVa1DenRKsi4xSSYgbLnUcnjeexm93iBmkkTibzu3sP/image.png) Martin Sutherland, CEO of De La Ruehe (a British firm), is well pissed off to learn that it will lose out on the contract to print the iconic Blue passports post Brexit. Who is to print the passports I hear you ask? Seemingly, in an irony of ironies, a French/Dutch company which will make the passports in France. Mr Sutherland has demanded answers from Theresa May, he has called for the Prime Minister to visit his factory in Gateshead and explain to "proud" staff why the new document will be made in France, not the UK. However, all may not yet be lost, Matt Hancock, the Culture Secretary, told the BBC that the procurement process "is not fully complete"; ie the government will do what it is famous for - change its mind and backtrack!
![s-l500.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmcRJD7xTti1Ep4c8vyqUJNwx8J7SE6XsuK3w14S5mRNFd/s-l500.jpg)![s-l500 (1).jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmUchdTqENNF6Nxob8Y8C1oJzyzB5RwS3HkLT12RL8A2Wu/s-l500%20(1).jpg) If your a vote leave supporter and would like an official gold plated coin to remember the occasion to pass onto future generations then follow the link below. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/253376983744?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
!(https://steemitimages.com/DQmeiVEpPE39yuDFAEU3Faemv5qMsVjkaSJHAQ47PkkEBpZ/image.png) Tired of hearing Trump being called "protectionist" and "isolationist" by European leaders who are self proclaimed "Free Traders" and "Globalists". Remember the European Union is an isolationist concept - Europe walls itself off from competition from other countries. While members of the European Union (just like states in the USA can trade freely with other states in the USA) can trade freely with each other - they have erected significant barriers to restrict trade with countries outside the European Union. Do not believe me? Why do you think there are all these trade negotiations going on with the UK because of BREXIT? People in glass houses should not throw stones.
<html> <p>If you don't know what England is, google Nigel Farage (that gives you a good idea as to what 51.9% of the country is like). And if you don't know what trump is, you're lucky. Now, he might be coming to the UK – which (of course) is TERRIBLE. We're dealing with Brexit, and we want Trump to come and mess things up further? I mean, he regularly suggests nuclear war on Twitter – and manages to make WikiLeaks redundant using contreversial means: publishing secret information of Twitter. Now of course this is all a facade so that you lose track of the bad things that he does, still... DON'T LET HIM COME TO THE UK!!!</p> </html>
![queen-xi_3478299b.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmQPEkg3L6xuCAdaaNnh73oVMvtjk2QquXwq1aPiEE7KFV/queen-xi_3478299b.jpg) 脱欧公投结果出来之后英镑汇率经历了断崖式的猛跌，对人民币的汇率从10点几猛跌到8点几，那一晚真是让人惊心动魄。 那晚投完票的调查结果本来是留欧的倾向，再加上之前各大主流媒体和政商精英人士大多都发出了留欧的声音，所以英镑一开始是有小幅上涨的，于是就安心地睡了，没想到第二天早上的最终结果让人大跌眼镜。接着就是英国首相辞职下台……执政党内部上演各种宫斗狗血剧情…… 虽然摸了摸口袋发现自己这点资产受汇率的影响实在有限，但是收入直接八折的感觉着实不好受。其实货币贬值对一个国家也未必全是坏事，比如包括中国资本在内的“外国”资本就趁机抄底，收购了包括像ARM公司这样的优质资源，英国旅游业同时也迎来了一波又一波的春天。
Nobody knows exactly what will happen when (if) Brexit takes place, but here are few ideas which may help. A) if you own properties in the UK, it might be beneficial to sell, say at least one of them and then wait for Brexit. Few months after Brexit the property prices should fall due to investors hesitating or not wanting to invest, and quite a few people will be re-possessed as they will loose employment. You could then re-invest to properties and gain in the size of your portfolio. B) follow exchange rates and if/when sterling hit $1.4 +, then it might be useful to buy dollars (or euros), if you have cash. You can then see after Brexit to exchange them back to gain in sterling. C) if you have loans and debts, it may be useful to renegotiate your terms (rates etc.) during 2018 in case your employment situation becomes volatile in 2019 D) it might be good not to take on any further loans and financial commitments until you can more or less see or determine how the economics start to take shape, probably so
<h1> Figel Farage is considering a return to British politics if Henry Bolton is ousted as Ukip leader.</h1> ![Nigel Farage.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmeE3x9d86QqKCzrZLTn17PVX9io9H3agffhdHH2FZJw4a/Nigel%20Farage.jpg) Farage, who stepped down in 2016. Sources say: ‘If the project is to succeed, Nigel has to be involved.’ Its has been rumored that Nigel has wanted to return if Brexit appeared to be under threat. When asked about the new party plans if Ukip collapses, a spokesman for Mr Farage said: ‘No comment’. Only time will tell is Farage does make his way back into UK politics. SOURCE: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-22/could-brexit-champion-nigel-farage-s-return-as-leader-of-ukip <h1>If you find this information useful or of value then please share it with others. Re-steemit forward.</h1> If you like this post, do not forget to ![follow.gif](https://steemitimages.com/DQmQdyiUoU8QFHoW3HHr64cTxzCfPJiXMcNNrvAfvAAtkH6/follow.gif) upvote or [follow](https://steemit.com/@gianni
!(https://steemitimages.com/DQmQtYtuKxsWrhESLwXhAGJJGaufCYDvuMQo1SoE3stxexa/image.png) The pound has broken the psychological level of $1.40, securing its return to levels it traded in the run-up to the Brexit vote and establishing the UK currency as one of the strongest performers so far in 2018. While a lot of sterling’s gains this year are due to the general weakness of the US dollar, several analysts detect a more upbeat mood among investors regarding Brexit talks. Sterling rose to $1.4002 on Tuesday morning in Asia trading. The pound’s value against the euro, seen as a better proxy for Brexit progress than the pound’s performance against the dollar, had been relatively subdued since the start of the year, but has risen 1.3 per cent in the last four trading days. On Monday, the pound broke €1.14, a one-month high, while speculative bets on sterling are at their highest level since July 2014, according to positioning data. Brexit talks resume in March, but French President Emmanuel Macron p
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!(https://steemitimages.com/DQmW595jCxJztzXD758DddWvcePZsMnYuckG16B6AGZ9D32/image.png) It may just have been a mention in the discussions between Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron, but I think this is a fantastic idea! And when would there be a better time to start it?! As a Brit, it would be nice just to be able to get in my car and cross the Channel. I wouldn't even mind paying the bridge toll! As it is now, you have to plan ahead and buy tickets through the Channel Tunnel. You can't really say, "Oh, it's good weather today. Let's just pop across to France." This could be one of those 'spark' ideas that has the potential to turn into something realistic and beneficial to people and the economy. >Reuters: Britain’s most prominent campaigner for leaving the European Union, Boris Johnson, has suggested building a giant bridge across the English Channel to France after Brexit, The Daily Telegraph reported. The stories about Boris Johnson's 'idea' of a new bridge can
<html> <p>https://youtu.be/vfMyT24qbSk. </p> <p>2</p> <p><br></p> <p>Daily Voice News - Economic Collapse</p> <p>http://dailyvoicenews.com</p> <p>Best of Boom Bust: Economics of music formats, housing forecast, Brexit predictions & bitcoin</p> <p>Bart Chilton looks at the history of recorded music and the economics of changing formats. Clifford Rossi looks into the crystal ball to see the 2018 housing market. Naeem Aslam of ThinkMarkets predicts the future of bitcoin and Brexit.</p> </html>
http://orf.at/#/stories/2422934/ ## Weil wir ja grad beim Russenbashen waren man vergleiche folgende Sätze: >Dabei solle nach weiteren Accounts gesucht werden, bei denen es eine Verbindung zu russischen Stellen geben könnte, ... und >In einem ersten Schritt war nur geprüft worden, ob Facebook-Profile, die bereits als von Russland beeinflusst galten, vor dem „Brexit“-Referendum aktiv gewesen seien. Dabei gab es laut Facebook nur „minimale“ Aktivität. *Wir werden was finden, wir müssen was finden. Und wenn wir was erfinden, damit wir was finden, wir werden was finden* >Die russische Regierung weist alle Vorwürfe zurück. Ne, die reden sich bestimmt nur raus. Jetzt wo wir schon so viel nachgewiesen haben, wie wie wie und so Dings. ![Russland.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmagY1ZrMJxmMP2oSm2298Bxn44RCm49LAaj4MLj5TeRju/Russland.jpg)
!(https://steemitimages.com/DQmNWrVFjhQ7nqbW1FnDHjwbMC3WRh69ctMvsAudRb88VLM/image.png) UK ministers have promised to reveal which powers returning from Brussels will be devolved immediately after Brexit in a bid to rebuild trust with their own MPs after Scottish Tories said the government had let them down over the flagship Withdrawal Bill. The pledge came as MPs rejected a last-ditch attempt to amend legislation at the centre of “power grab” claims before it leaves the Commons for the House of Lords. Scottish Conservative MPs voiced their anger at ministers for failing to fix Clause 11 of the EU (Withdrawal) Bill in the Commons, but voted with the government against a Labour amendment, prompting accusations that they had “rolled over to protect their party”. Labour’s amendment giving devolved assemblies unrestricted power to legislate in devolved areas was defeated by 297 votes to 321. The Withdrawal Bill, which as currently drafted reserves 111 powers in devolved areas at Westminster, now mo
![905669234.jpg](https://steemitimages.com/DQmPHJinaiSXNjm2d91onpcxALkQvJLdVfoDgM6yDVZ2d2t/905669234.jpg) European currency union has commenced the year in bolstering form. This has set an unprecedented economic confidence in the euro area, though not without undesired consequence. In that, there will be less pressure on European politicians to take steps to forestall future crises if the euro zone economy thrives more. Although the resurgence has braced public support for the single currency, this boom facilitated by the European central bank's monetary policies will lure politicians to avoid difficult decisions strapped in deeper fusion. Additional reforms are important since the fiscal and political keystones necessary for a national currency are absent in the monetary union of 19 states. Rather there is division between northern economies capable of handling the hardness of a common currency and a less capable southern economy. The ECB's loose monetary policies that has saved these weaklings is only te