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Brexit Chief Cummings - Not all good in Brexit Land

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SirGalahad, 24 May 2018.

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  1. SirGalahad

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    So you are justifying the UK posit
    Have you watched the video in the OP?

    Yes you will be able to go to Spain but it will cost more in terms of flights (we will need to negotiate a new agreement), the pound will have certainly dropped in value so being out there will be more expensive. Also the Golf GTI will be more expensive.

    If you plan to sell any goods or services to the EU have a quick look on the tariffs but you would also have to meet the regulations.

    http://madb.europa.eu/madb/euTariffs.htm

    Brexit was cutting your nose to spite your face. Sure the EU had problems but thats like saying a little water leak damaged part of my wall and instead of repairing that I will tear the wall down and build a new one when I don't have half the tools, time or skills to do it but in theory I may get a perfect finish.

    Brexit as a question was fine as long as what leaving entailed was clearly explained. We are trying to define it after the even which shows just how intractable the issue is.
     
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    Gotcha.
     
  4. ellal

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    All very logical, but you have to understand that Brexitism is a cult/religion...

    The followers blindly believe the fairy tale that the unicorns told them despite there being no proof of the promised land.

    And they don't care about the value of magic beans as long as they are their own magic beans!
     
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    :rolleyes: ball cocks

    Remaining in the EU is like a religion to the anti democratic LWR , blimey most of them would have to actually get a job so u can understand there concerns it will come as a :eek: to them :LOL:
     
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    Actually you've got that a rse about face...

    It was many a brexiteer moaning about the 'immigrants' taking 'their' jobs...

    The jobs they won't do, remember!
     
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    :rolleyes: ball cocks tis u who has got it rse about face . In your particular instance perhaps u should consider getting a job ;)

    Instead of pontificating from your perceived intellectual / moral high ground to all those u consider to be knuckle draggers ( every one ?)

    mind u as for knuckle draggers u may have a point for got about way r bee :LOL:
     
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    Got one thank you very much...

    And for your next incorrect assumption?

    As for 'knuckle draggers', I certainly don't believe all brexiteers could be described as such.

    Some haven't evolved that far yet!
     
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    got one what ? opinion :idea: no need to thank me u are entitled to an opinion

    perhaps u are correct way r bee has not evolved that far yet , but there is hope :LOL:
     
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    I don't though. I'm a semi-skilled manual worker living in a **** hole town. Most of this stuff is beyond me, I don't understand most of it so have no opinion on the majority of Brexit issues. So more money for the NHS ticks a box for me, so does less competition for my job.

    Although we are all in the UK we seem to live on different planets.


    I agree with you there. David Cameron must not have thought in a million years that the Leave vote would win so nothing was planned for that and now it seems a pantomime.

    And the Golf is already in the country. It will be a 2016 GTI Clubsport, 3 door, Red, Manual with Recaros. One day.
     
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  12. I was just thinking how gracious your post was... then I read the 2nd bit. Off for a protein shake and some sust now LOL.
     
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    Don't forget your Deca.
    Loves a mirror does M itch.
     
  14. SirGalahad

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    All valid points you make in regards to yourself. I take it you have suffered from eastern european immigration in terms of work opportunities? As to more money for the NHS - everyone can agree that is needed but that's just one part of the solution - we still need foreign trained medical staff because we simply do not train enough ourselves. We were able to run the NHS on the cheap by importing lots of medical staff trained abroad at someone elses expense.

    I find that many people who voted for brexit do not have issue with skilled immigration? Engineers, nurses, IT etc?

    The Golf is in the country but the parts when it comes to repair or when you eventually buy a new one?

    When you do not understand all the issues than it is incumbent on our Politicians to tell the truth and not push their agendas - sadly all MPs have let us down on this in some degree or other.
     
  15. Your obsession with my diet, supplements, size, "mirrors" etc is odd. Do one.
     
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    Absolutely.

    But the higher level of villains are those pulling their strings!
     
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    And all us minions are on here arguing and calling each other twats.
     
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