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    Quote Originally Posted by Llani Boy View Post
    Rory Stewart looks like the only one who would make a decent fellrunner.

    Just a shame he is a remainer.
    He did the Coniston Country Fair race a few years ago.

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    I will neither read it, nor refer to it , nor avoid it.
    interesting use of language.

    So, should I use the stats in the SVIMEZ report, published in 2018 or the April 2019 data produced by Eurostat?
    https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statis...ent_statistics
    which shows youth unemploymentin Italy at 10%
    ....it's all downhill from here.

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    Boris it is then.

    Till the next election.

    Then interesting between him and Nige.

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    So you can't read then, either

    . Whole of Italy youth unemployment is 33 percent.
    But as I have told you it is geographically skewed.

    The Mezzogiorno is a lot higher, regions over 50 percent.
    Italy has had no real growth since it joined your precious EU.

    Just as salvini says. Youth unemployment is desperate,

    A best selling book in Italy focussed on it, and is titled " the south is dying"
    Or do you think those journalists are biased too?

    I cannot be bothered with those who prefer to supplant their rose tinted crap about EU on the shameful reality.

    It doesn't matter if it is 40 or 60. That is an entire generation who have nothing, and no hope, and the EU will not even allow them a proper unemployment benefit, and will fine Italy if it tries to gives them one.
    How DARE you support the morality of the continuity of that?

    After all, in your EU nothing is more important than the next train of loot to Berlin. See the worrying analogy to the previous reich? People are expendable in junckers EU

    And it will bite them where it hurts.
    The edifice Will come crashing down round the Brussels despots heads. By the time German taxpayers realise they are on the hook for Italian default, they will no longer be able to extricate from it.
    Italy will default. It has no choice. Because of the Euro.
    The mini bot will morph into the new lira,



    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_Mole View Post
    interesting use of language.

    So, should I use the stats in the SVIMEZ report, published in 2018 or the April 2019 data produced by Eurostat?
    https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statis...ent_statistics
    which shows youth unemploymentin Italy at 10%
    Last edited by Oracle; 13-06-2019 at 11:58 PM.

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    Whole of Italy youth unemployment is 33 percent.
    Clipboard011111.jpg

    you might want to just make stuff up, but here's the data.

    And in any case, this isn't about me, it's about you: making stuff up, being generally misleading and not even denying Neo-Nazi sympathies.
    ....it's all downhill from here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_Mole View Post
    Clipboard011111.jpg

    you might want to just make stuff up, but here's the data.
    According to this article in the FT youth unemplyment is 33% in Italy.

    https://www.ft.com/content/49ebe172-...b-2c7f526ca5d0

    Another one for January 2019 showing 33%.
    https://www.statista.com/statistics/...-eu-countries/

    Your link is for unemployment in Italy for all ages.

    33% might be better than it once was but it is still dreadful. What will happen when the next global downturn occurs? This may not be far away.

    Oracle's point about geographical differences is also true. Unemployment in southern Italy is far higher than the north. Of course it was ever thus but the euro doesn't help.

    The euro is a strait jacket for Italy's economy because the euro exchange rate is too high for it, while being too low for Germany.
    Last edited by Muddy Retriever; 14-06-2019 at 09:50 AM.

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    Another one for January 2019 showing 33%.
    https://www.statista.com/statistics/...-eu-countries/
    I posted the wrong graph!
    Yes, 33%, but that's bad but still not 50.
    ....it's all downhill from here.

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    Jan 2019 Youth employment by country for the EU
    https://www.statista.com/statistics/...-eu-countries/

    Many of the expected usuall suspects are at the top, Greece, Italy, Spain. I was surprised to see some of the scandinavian countries above the average - Sweeden, Finland

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    It's going to be great with Boris in charge, never a dull day ever again, i'm going to wake up laughing my arse off every morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_Mole View Post
    here we go again.....comparing the EU to Nazi Germany is offensive in the extreme. This has been pointed out before, but you chose to ignore it.
    The "Fourth Reich" is something touted by Neo-Nazis and you're trying to normalise the concept by dropping it in here. I can only surmise that you're either sympathetic to Neo-Nazis or just plain ignorant.
    Not as extreme as calling the Brexit Party Nazis and/or Fascists.
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