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Offline Aristarches

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Re: Referendum poll
« Reply #125 on: Thursday, 30 June, 2016 @ 11:36:38 »
I thought he was quite funny on Have I Got News For You but as a potential Prime Minister?  Surely not!

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Re: Referendum poll
« Reply #126 on: Thursday, 30 June, 2016 @ 14:24:31 »
No!

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Boris Johnson announces he will not run for Prime Minister as Michael Gove declares his bid after claiming his colleague 'cannot provide the leadership'

Theresa May, Michael Gove, Stephen Crabb, Liam Fox and Andrea Leadsom have been  confirmed as the official Tory leadership contenders.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/06/30/boris-johnson-and-theresa-may-go-head-to-head-in-conservative-le/

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Re: Referendum poll
« Reply #127 on: Monday, 04 July, 2016 @ 12:22:32 »
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The consequences on the European economy from the UK’s possible departure from the European Union constitute a threat to Greek tourism already from next year, according to the president of the Association of Hellenic Tourism Enterprises (SETE), Andreas Andreadis.

Hoteliers also fear a domino effect from a Brexit on other European economies, which could affect incoming tourism.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/210111/article/ekathimerini/business/brexit-seen-to-hurt-greek-tourism-from-next-year

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Re: Referendum poll
« Reply #128 on: Monday, 04 July, 2016 @ 13:02:28 »
No!

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Boris Johnson announces he will not run for Prime Minister as Michael Gove declares his bid after claiming his colleague 'cannot provide the leadership'

Theresa May, Michael Gove, Stephen Crabb, Liam Fox and Andrea Leadsom have been  confirmed as the official Tory leadership contenders.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/06/30/boris-johnson-and-theresa-may-go-head-to-head-in-conservative-le/

More the plot of Macbeth rather than Julius Caesar.  Just goes to prove all politicians are slimy, backstabbing cowards.

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Re: Referendum poll
« Reply #129 on: Monday, 04 July, 2016 @ 13:04:22 »
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The consequences on the European economy from the UK’s possible departure from the European Union constitute a threat to Greek tourism already from next year, according to the president of the Association of Hellenic Tourism Enterprises (SETE), Andreas Andreadis.

Hoteliers also fear a domino effect from a Brexit on other European economies, which could affect incoming tourism.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/210111/article/ekathimerini/business/brexit-seen-to-hurt-greek-tourism-from-next-year

We will still be in Katelios next year, I've booked the flights.  So not all doom and gloom Mr Andreadis.

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Re: Referendum poll
« Reply #130 on: Friday, 12 August, 2016 @ 10:59:32 »
(11th Aug 2016)
Tui (Thomson Airways/Holidays) shares rose 2.8% to 1041p as it reaffirmed profit forecasts despite a difficult year for the travel industry.
It said third-quarter revenues fell 5.7% due to falling bookings to North Africa and Turkey, and the impact of terror attacks in Europe.
However, the company said there had been "no apparent slowdown" in UK bookings following the Brexit vote.
Tui said underlying earnings grew 1% in the quarter, and it still expected underlying profits for the full year to grow by at least 10%.



So, not the predicted Doom & Gloom indeed

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Re: Referendum poll
« Reply #131 on: Thursday, 03 November, 2016 @ 17:34:23 »
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Prospect of early general election increases after High Court rules Government cannot trigger Article 50 without parliamentary approval

The High Court has ruled that the Government does not have power to trigger Article 50 without parliamentary approval and a vote from MPs.

Campaigners have won their battle over Theresa May's decision to use the royal prerogative in her Brexit strategy to start the process of leaving the European Union.

The government have said they will appeal the decision in the Supreme Court.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/03/high-court-to-rule-on-brexit-legal-battle-and-theresa-mays-decis/