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Old 12.01.2019, 16:40
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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It's exactly the same, making 2 people 100% responsible for a debt, clever if people are stupid enough to do it.

There was never a legal requirement, it was possible to ask in the past, it still is possible to ask. I know someone who used to be on EF, when she was married her husband wanted an XR3 in the 1980's, she refused to co sign & he did not get the car. Asking for a guarantor is common when people have lower credit scores.
Donít know why you keep harping on about it not being a legal thing. Nobody said it was.

So now itís slid back to anecdotes from the 80s and irrelevant comparisons I guess this particular aspect of the thread has ground to a halt.

So, back to the dogís dinner that is Brexit.

Chris Grayling has inadvertantly labelled 17-odd million Leave voters as potential right-wing extremists, which should be entertaining when they figure it out...
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