- 15 Sep 2017
- Reaction score
- S. Uplands
It’s disgusting the way those asylum seekers have come here and eaten all our tomatoes
Only down your way. Okay up here. Plenty o' Toms in our shops.It’s disgusting the way those asylum seekers have come here and eaten all our tomatoes
So do tell us...
Thanks to Motties Allotment Produce.
Sssshhh! Don't let Lisa Fearns know - now she's been banned from LIDL, she might come down your way nextThey did have cucumbers and a few peppers though.
you should tell all the news channels. Everywhere else is seeing shortages.
The EU famously hampered the farming industry with its restrictions on what we could grow. Now it is the time not to crawl back to the EU but to set about reforming our farms so we don't have to rely on imports; it is what the government should now be doing.It has has screwed over the entire farming industry, but the bigots and xenophobes are still here trying to defend the indefensible when even a high Tory like Hastings can see it as destroying our country
As soon as you give yours up.So do tell us...
When are you getting your white stick and blind assistance dog?
Try your local convenience store - Tesco’s are too tight to pay the going rate.I went to a Tesco superstore before lunch (three bridges, Crawley) and they literally had no Tomatoes at all.
They did have cucumbers and a few peppers though.
Why bother when there's an allotment nearby. Them blokes are on't net all day.....Try your local convenience store - Tesco’s are too tight to pay the going rate.
He's also the most damaging and destructive politician in the UKMax Hastings is right, Farage is our most influential politician.
Here's what it's all about; put down your Daily Mirrors and watch Lee Anderson, a Labour defector
Our village shop told me this afternoon that they'd run out of turnips (No, I wasn't looking for them, thank you). Plenty of tomatoes, capsicums and some cucumbers, too - just no turnips!Try your local convenience store - Tesco’s are too tight to pay the going rate.
if you are a grower or logistics company supplying tomatoes and there is a shortage, would you concentrate on the local, and easy paperwork and logistics routes, or go for the difficult, time consuming and expensive ones !
Very, if your government has created a situation where reams of paperwork are required to export to us (as required by the T&C Agreement), and when it can take 80+ hours to get through customs with your return load. Under those circumstances NOBODY in haulage in the EU wants to deliver here - because of the barriers WE have erected against free trade