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A questionable butterfly


Sophie Victoria88

majorp as you have already stated no one knows the outcome and all this scare mongering is designed to force another referendum but what the remain camp dont get is the decision has been made and the people voted to leave.  If and we dont know of course if all these things do happen then the BUY MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN will kick in and folk will have to buy cars made here in the UK.

Pics 23 02 2018
3 weeks ago

Parked to go to the toilet i also saw that vehicle it happens a number of times per day and it is a offence to mount the kerb or park on a footpath and yes Calamari a proper idiot.

We dont make anything.

3 weeks ago

But of course maybe it's the dealerships ripping us of anybody know what the margins are on new cars or the factory gate price.

3 weeks ago

The cost of the same VW golf in the USA £15,512 thats £1663 cheaper what does that tell us well our so called EU partners are ripping us of.

3 weeks ago

VW golf 1.2 TSI hatch here £17,175 in Germany £12,461    Skoda Spaceback 1.2 TSI here £14,500 in Germany £10,700

3 weeks ago

majorp very true i recently saw in a local shop a beautiful black swan made from marble cost about £70 after a little research i found it the exact same one on alibaba for £12 with free delivery from China.  I buy loads of gear from China delivery 2 to 3 weeks but the savings are awesome.  At the end of the day the member states left have loads to lose as well our budget contribution there fishing ...

3 weeks ago

Well my glass is always half full Lynee and when we are out of the EU this country will thrive and i believe without us those over the channel will have some serious problems.

3 weeks ago

Lynne the UK is the biggest export destination for German cars, 1 in 3 cars sold is German do you honestly believe the likes of the VW group are prepared to lose the UK market. And i knew what i was voting for and i also figured it wouldn't be easy especialy when 10% of the EU budget is paid for by UK taxpayers no wonder they are playing hard ball, they also have loads to lose.

I wonder what would have been different if the bankers had behaved themselves.

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