You said you were a manager in banking Robbin. From what you've just said that meant that you sometimes manage banking-related projects. But I'm sure you can see why the distinction wouldn't have been immediately obvious.
If you regard the organisations I mentioned above as 'scaremongers' then I feel sure we would never agree on anything.
As to foils to mis-statements. Don't worry. There are plenty of people here who are happy to pick each other up on inaccuracies and will continue to do so.
Again - you prove my point with a factual misstatement (which you will be able to go to town on now!).
I have NEVER said I work as a manager in banking - ever! You have dreamt that up. Trawl back as far as you want and you will not see that appearing in a single post of mine.
In keeping with someone who can be inclined to deploy a somewhat Trumpesque approach to the facts, I can't recall you ever letting the true facts get in the way of your argument, so I don't expect any correction from you! Nonetheless, I think I'm entitled to correct you on this.
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It's what I thought I read Robbin. If you really want me to trawl back and find the post I will, but it seems a bit pointless. You've just said yourself that you do sometimes manage bank-related work. I can appreciate that this doesn't make you the Head Honcho of Goldman Sachs.
To be honest I think it's less offensive to call someone 'a manager in banking' than 'Trumpesque'.
But it's probably best that we don't clog this thread up with chat, but leave it free for those who want to talk 'Brexit'.
Yes - do trawl through - or accept you are wrong - which is what you are. I shouldn't have to waste time correcting anything as basic as this (one of the reasons I've decided to spend more time on billable hours and less time wasted on here!). If you are simply unable to admit you are wrong, then I suppose that's the end of it, but let's at least be clear on this.
You have even sought to put further (misleading) words in my mouth in your last post! You said: "You've just said yourself that you do sometimes manage bank-related work."
Where did I "just" say that I manage bank related work?
Was it this? "...although I do spend quite a lot of time involved with bankers and banking related matters (but that's just one business sector of several that I get involved with)"
If so, you may correct yourself on that last statement while you are at it.
Might I suggest that if you don't want to be referred to as Trumpesque, don't make stuff up, or mischaracterise statements to support your arguments. Simple, really.
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At least it's now safe to book summer hols in Europe, some MPs have already got their priorities in order, seen leaving for the Easter recess with suitcases in hand, thus avoiding another Maybot ''let me be very clear'' speech in the HoC later...
Trivial amount compared to government and industry money spent for preparing for a no deal, and the further costs if we went for this. Or to put into further context a small percentage on what we will spend restoring the houses of Westminster. And lower than Ress Mogg's net worth.
Although if someone had to stump up for it it should be Dave. Although unlike RM that would bankrupt our ex-PM, Can't find info on TM, but much much smaller riches.
diable rouge Wrote:
> Bank of England stated that Brexit had cost £40bn
> up to May last year, so double that at least.
> That's £80,000,000,000,000.
> What a waste of money, Revoke A50 NOW!!...
You’ve confused your billions with trillions there Red Devil.