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Brexit and holidays abroad

By *annyboy87  (M) 24 weeks ago

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Whats your thoughts on how brexit will effect holidays abroad?

The price , insurance etc

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By *ot used  (M) 24 weeks ago

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Who care's

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By  *ingmaster1    profile verified by photo premium paying member (M) 24 weeks ago

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"Who care's"

yeah

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By (user no longer on site) 24 weeks ago

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"Who care's"

It seems a reasonable question to ask.

Plenty will want to know.

Just because you do not care, others will.

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By *aravaggio  (M) 24 weeks ago

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If the price of holiday's abroad are a major stumbling block to Brexit, in some people's minds, then these people really do need to get a life.

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*ordic-knight By *ordic-knight   premium paying member (M) 24 weeks ago

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Going 'abroad' on holiday does not restrict you to EU countries. Places like Turkey and Egypt are very popular with sunseekers and places like Norway and Iceland for those who prefer scenery to sunshine. Leaving the EU is not going to create a barrier. You can still enjoy these countries although you might have to pay a bit extra. This has got to be one of the worse reasons for not wanting to leave the EU.

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By (user no longer on site) 24 weeks ago

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To be honest apart from possibly some sort of visa they might become cheaper. Recent years I have tried to avoid anywhere with the Euro.Everyone is looking on the black side.

Having an E111 didnt mean you didnt have to have insurance.

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By *ockpleaser  (M) 24 weeks ago

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If you listen to Ryanair then the end of the world is nigh on Brexit. They think it will be costlier to operate not being a member and can't wait to increase prices whether it will be more or not for them.

Listening to them on a no-deal scenario you'd think the world was genuinely coming to an end!

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By *ohnBoy67  (M) 24 weeks ago

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Remember the 'Millennium Bug' at the turn of the century..?? When every computer would crash, planes would n't be able to fly, the whole world would end??? 18 years on and it has n't happened. Same with the doom-mongerers & Brexit. Even with a 'No-Deal', the world will still carry on. If they make it difficult for us to travel abroad, we can do the same to anone that wants to visit here.. They NEED us more than we need them, which is why they are making it difficult to leave. I really don't know why the Gov't don't just say ''F**K OFF, You're not getting ANY more money from us.'' How long would Merkel stay in power if she stopped BMW, Mercedes, VW & the like being sold here? Same with Macron.

I think we did ok before we joined the 'Common Market'. My grandfather was a pilot in WW2, he would be turning in his grave to see how far we have gone down the U.S. of Europe route, being led by the Germans!!!

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*oredEric By *oredEric  (M) 24 weeks ago

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If we leave it will be used as an excuse to raise prices. If we stay it will be used as an excuse to raise prices. The endless debate and prevarication is used as an excuse to raise prices. We'll be fucked over whatever happens. We keep trusting politicians, they keep proving they can't be trusted, yet we never demand or force change. We get what we deserve. A hard fucking, and not in a good way, with no cumshot.

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By *ohnBoy67  (M) 24 weeks ago

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Always good to look on the positive side! Lol

But, unfortunately, you're probably right.

We have to stay independent, politically. Happy to have a trade agreement, as we did when it was the EEC; not the money-wasting, bureaucratic, political pile of shit that it is now.

Another thing...... The Krankies love-child (Nicola Fish-face) head of the Scots - she is a hypocrite; wanting independence from the UK (whatever the outcome of the Brexit vote was going to be), but being part of Europe! Which is a bigger club than the one she wants to leave to be on their own. Dopey cow.

Cansomeone square that little circle for me?!?!

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*Ybear By *Ybear  (M) 23 weeks ago

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I find it difficult to understand what the benefits are to Scotland in leaving the UK for the EU. Instead of having their budget set by London it will be set by Frankfurt and whatever barriers are erected on trade between the U.K. and EU will then exist between Scotland and the remainder of the U.K. this will not only mean extra tariffs but all that extra admin adding to costs for business. When you add to that the vagaries of the currency markets as they will be required to join the Euro, then Scotland will suffer a huge economic shock. On the plus side we will have duty free shops springing up on each side of the border.

It’s hard to think of any area where the Scots will be truly independent or even have more control than they do now.

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By *aravaggio  (M) 23 weeks ago

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I think a massive clue regarding the stance that Sturgeon takes can be found in the name of her political party. The Scottish Nationalist Party. Irrespective of the rights and wrongs or the pro's and cons, they have to keep pushing for independence, otherwise they have no other platform or reason to exist, and that is the only way the circle can be squared...

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