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45 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

Don't any of you realize that the EU are being  deliberately awkward ? I think there's no way you need that much paperwork (save the planet) They don't want Brexit to be a success and they are trying every trick to hinder it. We should start doing it to their imports.

 

We told you so many times that leaving the single market would massively increase red tape; that inevitably happens when you have trading between two different markets that consequently have to protect their individual regimes. When that happens with the market you do 50% of your business with the disruption and costs concerned are inevitably immense. You were warned that this would be a catastrophically stupid thing to inflict upon the business world. You were stupid enough to believe the government's lies; stop whining and take responsibility for the utterly foolish brexit that you and your fellow buffoons have landed us with.

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12 minutes ago, horsefly said:

We told you so many times that leaving the single market would massively increase red tape; that inevitably happens when you have trading between two different markets that consequently have to protect their individual regimes. When that happens with the market you do 50% of your business with the disruption and costs concerned are inevitably immense. You were warned that this would be a catastrophically stupid thing to inflict upon the business world. You were stupid enough to believe the government's lies; stop whining and take responsibility for the utterly foolish brexit that you and your fellow buffoons have landed us with.

This paperwork could easily be removed, if we rejoined the Single Market & Customs Union

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Another positive of Brexit as road freight to the EU from Eire via UK stalls and we get less pollution and traffic chaos , from the Express🤗:

 

""Nearly two months after Great Britain (GB) left the EU single market and customs union, the volume of freight being shipped across the Irish Sea from the Republic of Ireland to GB is still down significantly, the BBC reports

Companies trying to avoid red tape and potential delays associated with Brexit are sending freight on much longer sea routes directly to the continent, rather than using the traditional 'land bridge' route across Britain.

The number of weekly ferry crossings from Irish ports to France has risen sharply, with more likely to be added. ""

 

 

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9 minutes ago, BigFish said:

This paperwork could easily be removed, if we rejoined the Single Market & Customs Union

The paperwork will be removed by ceasing to trade with this corrupt institution.   Italy is already suffering badly and so will the rest.......  TOUCHE !!!

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27 minutes ago, horsefly said:

We told you so many times that leaving the single market would massively increase red tape; that inevitably happens when you have trading between two different markets that consequently have to protect their individual regimes. When that happens with the market you do 50% of your business with the disruption and costs concerned are inevitably immense. You were warned that this would be a catastrophically stupid thing to inflict upon the business world. You were stupid enough to believe the government's lies; stop whining and take responsibility for the utterly foolish brexit that you and your fellow buffoons have landed us with.

We will get our own back !!!  😎

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On 25/02/2021 at 21:58, Yellow Fever said:

I know what I wanted to say more succinctly.

The vaccine programme is a governemt policy success.

Its not however a success of the governemt Brexit policy.

It is  a success that we would not have had the opportunity to achieve without Brexit as we would have joined the failed EU collective policy.  Other EU countries are now realising how ridiculous centralisation is as the EU is sclerotic with red tape. We already knew that so voted to leave.

 

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2 minutes ago, paul moy said:

The paperwork will be removed by ceasing to trade with this corrupt institution.   Italy is already suffering badly and so will the rest.......  TOUCHE !!!

Pretty much happening naturally by the look of things. Shame about all those lost jobs, businesses and livelihoods. Still you don't care about that.

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1 minute ago, paul moy said:

We will get our own back !!!  😎

A trade war, what a splendid idea! Just what UK business is clamouring for (especially when they have a market population of 448 million and the UK has one of 66 million). Guess it doesn't take a economist to work out how that's likely to go.

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8 minutes ago, paul moy said:

The paperwork will be removed by ceasing to trade with this corrupt institution.   Italy is already suffering badly and so will the rest.......  TOUCHE !!!

HaHaHa! Didn't you once claim to be an economist? So your advice is to intentionally go bust by not trading with the overwhelmingly largest trading partner we have. You're a total buffoon and fraud.

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1 hour ago, SwindonCanary said:

Don't any of you realize that the EU are being  deliberately awkward ? I think there's no way you need that much paperwork (save the planet) They don't want Brexit to be a success and they are trying every trick to hinder it. We should start doing it to their imports.

 

Of course they do and it makes them very happy as they want the UK to suffer to enable them to feel a misleading and perverse short-term satisfaction that they were right in wanting to remain tied to the EU mafia.   What we have to do now is to make the EU suffer in return and the appointment of Frosty is a good start.   The EU are causing a trade war and will be worse off as we find other markets and cease to buy their goods.

Just one example of shooting themselves in both feet !!  😂

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1404140/italy-news-brexit-made-in-italy-uk-exports-paolo-de-castro-mep

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7 minutes ago, paul moy said:

It is  a success that we would not have had the opportunity to achieve without Brexit as we would have joined the failed EU collective policy.  Other EU countries are now realising how ridiculous centralisation is as the EU is sclerotic with red tape. We already knew that so voted to leave.

 

Who to believe, Dr June Raine and Kate Bingham, or the buffoon for whom lying and bigotry is his default position?

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7 minutes ago, horsefly said:

A trade war, what a splendid idea! Just what UK business is clamouring for (especially when they have a market population of 448 million and the UK has one of 66 million). Guess it doesn't take a economist to work out how that's likely to go.

The EU have started a trade war with us, so no apologies from me for our impending retaliation.  😎

They have a lot more to lose..... 🤗

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1 minute ago, paul moy said:

The EU have started a trade war with us, so no apologies from me for our impending retaliation.  😎

They have a lot more to lose..... 🤗

You are economically illiterate at a level beneath the average primary school child. 

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5 minutes ago, horsefly said:

Who to believe, Dr June Raine and Kate Bingham, or the buffoon for whom lying and bigotry is his default position?

Remoaners who just won't accept the obvious truth.  😂

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Just now, paul moy said:

Remoaners who just won't accept the obvious truth.  😂

Tw*at's just won't accept the truths told by the experts in the field. They never let reality interfere with their bigotry and racism.

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2 minutes ago, horsefly said:

You are economically illiterate at a level beneath the average primary school child. 

It is the EU that have let their irrational bitterness override economic commonsense.  It is nothing to do with economics but sheer spite but of course as a remoaner you cannot accept that obvious fact.  😎

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8 minutes ago, paul moy said:

The EU have started a trade war with us, so no apologies from me for our impending retaliation.  😎

They have a lot more to lose..... 🤗

Is that a re hash of 'They need us, more than we need them', because that does not seem to be going well.

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Just now, paul moy said:

It is the EU that have let their irrational bitterness override economic commonsense.  It is nothing to do with economics but sheer spite but of course as a remoaner you cannot accept that obvious fact.  😎

More BS from the buffoon who tried to pass himself off as an economist and thought we wouldn't realise he's economically illiterate. What a sad bigoted joker.

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38 minutes ago, paul moy said:

Another positive of Brexit as road freight to the EU from Eire via UK stalls and we get less pollution and traffic chaos , from the Express🤗:

 

""Nearly two months after Great Britain (GB) left the EU single market and customs union, the volume of freight being shipped across the Irish Sea from the Republic of Ireland to GB is still down significantly, the BBC reports

Companies trying to avoid red tape and potential delays associated with Brexit are sending freight on much longer sea routes directly to the continent, rather than using the traditional 'land bridge' route across Britain.

The number of weekly ferry crossings from Irish ports to France has risen sharply, with more likely to be added. ""

 

 

The Express was reporting less than a month ago that traffic volume was back to near normal 

Which report is correct?

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So the brexiters DIDN'T know what they were voting for. How interesting. 🤣

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This government got to power on this oven ready deal. This is their mess. Maybe they should read what they sign us up to and stop whining. 

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7 minutes ago, Herman said:

So the brexiters DIDN'T know what they were voting for. How interesting. 🤣

I knew exactly what I voted for, as I wrote before hand there will be a few early hiccups but once we've sorted it we will  get bigger than the EU 

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5 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

I knew exactly what I voted for, as I wrote before hand there will be a few early hiccups but once we've sorted it we will  get bigger than the EU 

Who is your drug dealer? He's clearly selling you some mighty powerful hallucinogens.

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These aren't hiccups or teething problems. Welcome to the brexit. Ham sandwich anyone? 😀

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6 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

I knew exactly what I voted for, as I wrote before hand there will be a few early hiccups but once we've sorted it we will  get bigger than the EU 

Then you have no excuse whatsoever you fool. And if I was you I would avoid telling all those business owners who are now broke, or about to be so, as a result of brexit that this is just a few "early hiccups". 

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3 minutes ago, Herman said:

These aren't hiccups or teething problems. Welcome to the brexit. Ham sandwich anyone? 😀

Exactly,    deliberately awkward 

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3 minutes ago, Herman said:

These aren't hiccups or teething problems. Welcome to the brexit. Ham sandwich anyone? 😀

Haha! Ain't no ham available Herman, only a sh*t sandwich on the brexit menu.

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1 minute ago, horsefly said:

Then you have no excuse whatsoever you fool. And if I was you I would avoid telling all those business owners who are now broke, or about to be so, as a result of brexit that this is just a few "early hiccups". 

you are the fool ,for not seeing it as it is 

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