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2 hours ago, SwindonCanary said:

Exactly,    deliberately awkward 

FFS get yourself an introductory text on market economics and then perhaps you might be able to say something about trading between two different markets that isn't simply peurile.

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3 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

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

God you're so dumb! find me the business owner who is currently claiming that brexit has enhanced his/her business. There are thousands and thousands all over social media saying it is driving them to ruin. THIS government negotiated and signed up to THIS deal. Only an idiot like you could think that this situation is merely a case of the hiccups. Thousands of people's lives and livelihoods are being ruined, and this ridiculous pap is all you're capable of coming up with. You got the deal you voted for and now the rest of the UK will have to suffer the consequences of your stupidity. Well done!

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1 hour 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 people who currently work at Holyhead will probably disagree with you saying that them losing business is a 'positive'.

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1 minute ago, SwindonCanary said:

you are the dumb one for not seeing what's happening 

Jesus! you haven't got a single thing to say in defence of this catastrophic deal. It's very easy to see what's happening you dumb sh*t-for-brains. Just go on twitter and read the accounts of the thousands of business owners who are blaming this disastrous brexit deal for the ruination of their companies. It's called evidence you buffoon, something you can't seem to find a single example of for your absurd claims.

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you are the dumb sh*t-for-brains for not seeing what's happening 

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16 minutes ago, A Load of Squit said:

The people who currently work at Holyhead will probably disagree with you saying that them losing business is a 'positive'.

Yes. ALS - I think a drowning man like PM clings to straws. It's incredibly difficult to see any true positives yet let alone to outweigh all the massive negatives. The fishermen are a case in point. Hopeless.

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17 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

you are the dumb sh*t-for-brains for not seeing what's happening 

So the sum total of your defence of brexit is simply that we "can't see what is happening". No evidence, no examples of "brexit success", just the repetitive banal mantra that it's all europe's fault, that everything will be fine, it's just "a few hiccups". And you can't even see the supreme irony in the fact that the individual who refuses to see what's happening, despite the web overflowing with evidence, is the individual who accuses everyone else of not seeing what's happeining. You really are the dumbest person on this site.

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11 minutes ago, horsefly said:

So the sum total of your defence of brexit is simply that we "can't see what is happening". No evidence, no examples of "brexit success", just the repetitive banal mantra that it's all europe's fault, that everything will be fine, it's just "a few hiccups". And you can't even see the supreme irony in the fact that the individual who refuses to see what's happening, despite the web overflowing with evidence, is the individual who accuses everyone else of not seeing what's happeining. You really are the dumbest person on this site.

look at the EU and see how they are getting on, most countries have a BIG following to leave and it's getting bigger every day  

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34 minutes ago, horsefly said:

So the sum total of your defence of brexit is simply that we "can't see what is happening". No evidence, no examples of "brexit success", just the repetitive banal mantra that it's all europe's fault, that everything will be fine, it's just "a few hiccups". And you can't even see the supreme irony in the fact that the individual who refuses to see what's happening, despite the web overflowing with evidence, is the individual who accuses everyone else of not seeing what's happeining. You really are the dumbest person on this site.

Yet some people haven’t blocked the trolling three! You do know that PM, Jools and Swindo are all just on a wind up, just block them and we can all discuss things sensibly, even RTB backs his stance with some meat unlike the trolls.

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30 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

most countries have a BIG following to leave

List those countries and the polls which you have claimed to have seen

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Oh dear! you really should actually read the articles you post a link to. But thanks for demonstrating how popular the EU remains among its citizens.

"Unlike their government, Poles are among the most euro-enthusiastic nations in the bloc. In the 2003 accession referendum, 74 percent of voters backed joining the EU, and they’ve become even more pro-EU since then." (https://www.politico.eu/article/polexit-poland-veto-kaczynski-morawiecki-polexit-brexit-eu/)

 

"How would you vote in a referendum on your country's membership of the European Union held in the near future?
Germany- stay 67%, leave 20%
Italy- stay 43%, leave 31%
France- stay 47%, leave 22%
Spain- stay  63%, leave 21%"
(https://www.euronews.com/2020/08/10/nearly-half-of-italians-would-support-leaving-the-eu-if-brexit-is-successful-according-to)

 

"Speaking to the Parliament Magazine, Farage today predicted that the EU will collapse “within 10 years,” due to the seismic impact of Brexit.

The Brexit Party leader also predicted that Italy, Poland and Denmark would be next three countries agitating to leave the EU.

This is despite the fact that populist, right-wing, Eurosceptic governments have been in power for years in Italy and Poland, and yet threats to leave the EU have receded in both countries." (https://scramnews.com/nigel-farage-three-countries-want-leave-eu-next/)

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8 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

How likely are the 'big four' European economies to vote to leave the EU if Brexit works out? | Euronews

An answer to a hyperthetical question, does not reflect your opinion.

Frexit news: 'France definitely next country to leave EU' - VDL issued huge warning | World | News | Express.co.uk

Didn't read it as it's the Express and will have no basis in reality.

Could Spain be heading for its own EU referendum? (blacktowerfm.com)

This one is the same report as the first one.

Nigel Farage claims these three countries will want to leave the EU next - Scram News

Nigel Farage's claims are the complete opposite of the polls in the countries he's mentioned. This report trashes his views.

Polexit: 3 reasons why Poland will quit the EU and 3 why it won’t – POLITICO

Without reading this one it's plain to see they've opted for a 3-3 draw.

Next Country To Leave European Union - OLBG.com

This one is a gambling web site that's trying to get poor mugs to bet on the next country to leave.

You need to try much harder than this, none of these sites back your theory that 'most countries have a BIG following to leave'

 

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AS I wrote most countries have a BIG following to leave and it's getting bigger every day , please pay attention 

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10 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

AS I wrote most countries have a BIG following to leave and it's getting bigger every day , please pay attention 

Idiot! We've just shown you that the articles you've posted show precisely the opposite. Apart. of course, from the Express which doesn't include any evidence whatsoever for its absurd RWNJ speculation. 

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idiot !

you posted nearly half of ITALIANS would support leaving if Brexit was successful, what about other countries  

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2 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

idiot !

you posted nearly half of ITALIANS would support leaving if Brexit was successful, what about other countries  

Now who is promoting fear as the reason to leave?

Moy and yourself never offer any evidence to back up your hatred of the EU. Merely adopting the Trump tactic of lying for effect is not acceptable in the UK.

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25 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

idiot !

you posted nearly half of ITALIANS would support leaving if Brexit was successful, what about other countries  

Christ you're so dumb! The figures for Italy show 31% saying they would vote leave. only in the intellectually mangled world that represents your mind could anyone claim that 31% represents nearly half the population. You make an utter fool of yourself every time you post.

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54 minutes ago, horsefly said:

Christ you're so dumb! The figures for Italy show 31% saying they would vote leave. only in the intellectually mangled world that represents your mind could anyone claim that 31% represents nearly half the population. You make an utter fool of yourself every time you post.

YOU QUOTED IT HAVE A LOOK BACK Christ you're so dumb!

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3 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

YOU QUOTED IT HAVE A LOOK BACK Christ you're so dumb!

Jesus Christ Dumbo! That was the misleading web page link of the article that you posted. It is NOT a quote from me you buffoon, it's your web page link. The quote I put in shows that only 31% of Italians would vote to leave if they had a referendum. How do you manage to be so stupid? Why don't you bother clicking on the links you post and actually read the articles?

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2 hours ago, horsefly said:

Oh dear! you really should actually read the articles you post a link to. But thanks for demonstrating how popular the EU remains among its citizens.

"Unlike their government, Poles are among the most euro-enthusiastic nations in the bloc. In the 2003 accession referendum, 74 percent of voters backed joining the EU, and they’ve become even more pro-EU since then." (https://www.politico.eu/article/polexit-poland-veto-kaczynski-morawiecki-polexit-brexit-eu/)

 

"How would you vote in a referendum on your country's membership of the European Union held in the near future?
Germany- stay 67%, leave 20%
Italy- stay 43%, leave 31%
France- stay 47%, leave 22%
Spain- stay  63%, leave 21%"
(https://www.euronews.com/2020/08/10/nearly-half-of-italians-would-support-leaving-the-eu-if-brexit-is-successful-according-to)

 

"Speaking to the Parliament Magazine, Farage today predicted that the EU will collapse “within 10 years,” due to the seismic impact of Brexit.

The Brexit Party leader also predicted that Italy, Poland and Denmark would be next three countries agitating to leave the EU.

This is despite the fact that populist, right-wing, Eurosceptic governments have been in power for years in Italy and Poland, and yet threats to leave the EU have receded in both countries." (https://scramnews.com/nigel-farage-three-countries-want-leave-eu-next/)

italy- stay 43%, leave 31%

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22 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

italy- stay 43%, leave 31%

That is 58% to 42% if you remove the don't knows.

So 58% of Italians who expressed a preference think they would vote to reamain in the EU even if Brexit proves successful.

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41 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

You would make a terrible CPS worker. You told us under EU rules that you were not allowed to do it on your own, then you put up evidence that you were lying ?

Germany and Slovakia went on their own a couple of weeks ago, and Slovakia are catching us fast. Germany will soon have enough Pfizer in the Country to give all their citizens 2 doses, keep up.

If you are going to tell porkies ( ie Britain couldn’t go on their own ) it is a bit silly to then put up the evidence that they could.

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30 minutes ago, Well b back said:

Germany and Slovakia went on their own a couple of weeks ago, and Slovakia are catching us fast. Germany will soon have enough Pfizer in the Country to give all their citizens 2 doses, keep up.

Germany concerned over reluctance to have jab – as it happened | World news | The Guardian

ps://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1403565/germany-coronavirus-news-httvaccine-astrazeneca-oxford-rollout-thomas-mertens-eu-uk-cases-ont

Germany coronavirus news: Vaccine chief admits country's jab roll out ‘has gone wrong' | World | News - News Chant UK

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3 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

I am very confused, what’s that got to do with you telling us you could not go on your own, and then putting up evidence that you can.

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It must be wonderful in the world of Walter Mitty! WBB, in his world all he says is true!

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3 hours ago, Well b back said:

I am very confused, what’s that got to do with you telling us you could not go on your own, and then putting up evidence that you can.

the links show that 'Well b back' wrote "Germany will soon have enough Pfizer in the Country to give all their citizens 2 doses"

I JUST LIKE TO PROVE HIM WRONG 

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1 hour ago, SwindonCanary said:

the links show that 'Well b back' wrote "Germany will soon have enough Pfizer in the Country to give all their citizens 2 doses"

I JUST LIKE TO PROVE HIM WRONG 

Lol unlike you and mad Moy I don’t lie. You will see also from the link at the bottom that America will also have enough supply by the end of May. To see the rest of the World also moving on is surely amazing ?, Strange how Germany went on their own, do you think they maybe will be thrown out of the EU now ? Yesterday 20 million were vaccinated worldwide with the US doing slightly short of 2 million and the EU doing slightly short of 1 million. When they talk of next month, this report was beginning of Feb so about now.

Before you say that is not enough doses, please bear in mind Germany has around 12 million under 18’s bringing the figure down to 71 million of which 70% are expected to take up the jab 50 million. You can also now get an extra dose from each phile accounting for around another 10 - 15 million doses.
Thanks to deep pockets, Germany snaps up extra coronavirus jabs

While Berlin championed the bloc's joint purchasing of coronavirus vaccines while holding the European Union's rotating presidency in the second half of 2020, it simultaneously made additional agreements with vaccine producers — including BioNTech/Pfizer and CureVac — for extra doses. And it's now purchasing additional vaccines other EU countries didn't want. 

Germany, a country of 83 million people, said it's getting 94 million doses of the BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine, 64 million from the EU and 30 million from a separate bilateral deal. On top of that, Berlin will buy doses that other countries don't buy, securing 50 million of 160 million Moderna doses — far more than its pro-rata allocation.

BioNTech and Pfizer plan to supply an additional 700m doses of their Covid-19 vaccine this year thanks to a new factory in Germany and adjusted European guidelines that allow for an extra shot to be extracted from each vial. The companies had originally pledged to make 1.3bn doses in 2021 but now intend to provide as many as 2bn, BioNTech said in a statement.

In addition to extra production from a new facility in Marburg, due to begin next month, European supplies have been boosted by a decision last week by the EU regulator to follow the US in allowing a sixth dose to be extracted from each vial. Previously, the small containers were only licensed to be diluted into five doses in the EU but healthcare workers had noticed there was material left that was going to waste.

https://apnews.com/article/merck-help-make-johnson-johnson-vaccine-9ca6f1f4c502b095531926a53abe7262

 

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