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If the UK keeps on breaking the agreement over the border in the Irish Sea it could yet end up with the No-Deal Brexit it just about managed to avoid first time around.

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42 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

I WAS RIGHT IN PICKING BREXIT YOU IDIOT !    🤣🤣

Brexit is a disaster you idiot!

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2 minutes ago, PurpleCanary said:

If the UK keeps on breaking the agreement over the border in the Irish Sea it could yet end up with the No-Deal Brexit it just about managed to avoid first time around.

Yep! We're going to find ourselves in court for a breach of international law. That will do our reputation the world of good as we scrabble around trying to negotiate inferior trade deals to what we had as a member of the EU and single market. All, of course worth it now we can use contactless to the sum of £100. You couldn't make it up.

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16 minutes ago, PurpleCanary said:

If the UK keeps on breaking the agreement over the border in the Irish Sea it could yet end up with the No-Deal Brexit it just about managed to avoid first time around.

This is worrying.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/mar/04/brexit-northern-ireland-loyalist-armies-renounce-good-friday-agreement

Brexit: loyalist paramilitary groups renounce Good Friday agreement

Loyalist Communities Council warns of ‘strength of feeling’ over border checks but says protests should stay peaceful

 

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20 minutes ago, horsefly said:

Brexit is a disaster you idiot!

I occasionally wonder whether Swindo is as profoundly stupid as he appears to be or whether he's faking it as a very childish wind up.

Either or both seem entirely possible but presumably he gets some satisfaction from it 🙄

 

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7 minutes ago, Creative Midfielder said:

I occasionally wonder whether Swindo is as profoundly stupid as he appears to be or whether he's faking it as a very childish wind up.

Either or both seem entirely possible but presumably he gets some satisfaction from it 🙄

 

Yep! I have the same thoughts. But when you look at the totality of his posts they do scream out that it's stupidity that motivates them (they don't possess the wit for them to be a wind-up).

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3 hours ago, paul moy said:

Here we go again......  it was not 'european money', but UK money redirected.  We can now keep our 15 Billion a year to spend as we wish and not have the gullible likes of you thanking the EU for spending OUR money !!! 😎

Your arrogance knows no bounds. You may never have been to Redruth so why you have the audacity to tell me I'm wrong is beyond belief.

The amount of development enabled because of EU funding in one of Britain's starkest areas is phenomenal. And that same money would not have been provided by any UK government so it was because of our EU membership that it was made available.

I say Cornwall is a stark area because of the wealth gap. Not enough social housing for people on minimum wage but plenty of second home up country owners who add nothing to the area. And many TV programs such as Doc Martin and Delicious portray the area as a bunch of half wits happy that they have **** all.

Cornwall is a unitary authority and has already said it will have to abandon many projects because they will lose the EU funding.

So print all that on your Union Flag and sovereignty and tell all the happy fish.

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Posted (edited)

BREXIT WIN: US LIFTS TARIFFS ON UK SCOTCH, MACHINERY, CHEESE, AND PORK

The US has suspended its UK tariffs as of today on goods from scotch whiskies, machinery, cashmere, and yes – cheese and pork. The suspension will last for four months, during which time the sides will negotiate a long term solution to the US-EU Boeing Airbus dispute. This is exclusively a US-UK deal, US tariffs remain on EU goods…

Trade Secretary Liz Truss took a risk by unilaterally lifting UK tariffs to the US – which opposition parties heavily criticised her for – now the move has paid off. Guido understands that it was only as a consequence of good faith lifting UK tariffs that the US came to the negotiating table and lifted theirs too. Meanwhile the EU has sat on their hands and tariffs still apply to them…

Clearly this sort of deal would be impossible as a member of the EU, trapped behind its common external tariff and sluggish commissioners. Read the Brexit-enabled UK-US joint statement here…

 

 

But didn't Obummer and you Remainiacs say we'd be back of the queue? 🙃

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2 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

WAIT AND SEE !   IMPATIENT  🙄 YOU IDIOT 

We're already into March and things are getting worse, you idiot! And now we have the threat of a reigniting of the troubles in Northern Ireland. Now go find an example of a company that says things have got better after brexit. There are thousands on the web saying it's a catastrophe, bonehead. You voted for this sh*it storm, at least have the dignity to face up to the mess you have helped plunge the country into.

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23 minutes ago, Jools said:

BREXIT WIN: US LIFTS TARIFFS ON UK SCOTCH, MACHINERY, CHEESE, AND PORK

The US has suspended its UK tariffs as of today on goods from scotch whiskies, machinery, cashmere, and yes – cheese and pork. The suspension will last for four months, during which time the sides will negotiate a long term solution to the US-EU Boeing Airbus dispute. This is exclusively a US-UK deal, US tariffs remain on EU goods…

Trade Secretary Liz Truss took a risk by unilaterally lifting UK tariffs to the US – which opposition parties heavily criticised her for – now the move has paid off. Guido understands that it was only as a consequence of good faith lifting UK tariffs that the US came to the negotiating table and lifted theirs too. Meanwhile the EU has sat on their hands and tariffs still apply to them…

Clearly this sort of deal would be impossible as a member of the EU, trapped behind its common external tariff and sluggish commissioners. Read the Brexit-enabled UK-US joint statement here…

More BS from the utterly discredited Guido sh*ite-site. So the US has maintained tariffs on the sale of scotch whiskey from the EU has it? Do remind us which countries in the EU manufacture scotch, I seem to have forgotten.

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4 minutes ago, horsefly said:

More BS from the utterly discredited Guido sh*ite-site. So the US has maintained tariffs on the sale of scotch whiskey from the EU has it? 

YOU DON'T LIKE GOOD NEWS DO YOU 

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Just now, SwindonCanary said:

YOU DON'T LIKE GOOD NEWS DO YOU 

Truss in complete desperation crumbled and unilaterally lifted tariffs on US goods for the sake of a temporary lifting of US tariffs on a few of our products. If you think falling onto our backs to let the US tickle our tummy is a great advance for our trading status then you truly are an idiot. Go and pre-heat your oven ready for the lovely chlorinated chicken and hormone marinated beef that will be heading your way soon. The EU and single market has the financial and numerical clout not to give in to US bullying, Truss is ever-so-grateful for whatever sub-standard crumbs they care to toss us. It's sad to see our country obsequiously descend to this level of desperation.

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On 03/03/2021 at 14:26, SwindonCanary said:

Sunak sounded out a good budget for our recovery 

"Sunak told plans to address battered public finances do not look deliverable"

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/news/sunak-told-plans-to-address-battered-public-finances-do-not-look-deliverable/ar-BB1eeW1a?ocid=msedgntp

Who to believe, Swindle-brains or the IFS? Gosh! that's a toughie.

 

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39 minutes ago, Jools said:

 

But didn't Obummer and you Remainiacs say we'd be back of the queue? 🙃

These were tariffs that Trump imposed as retaliation, he was a nasty spiteful man.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-03-04/u-s-suspends-tariffs-on-u-k-goods-in-airbus-boeing-dispute

Britain dropped tariffs on some U.S. products indefinitely in January in a bid to reduce trade tensions. The former Trump administration did not reciprocate the U.K.’s concession.

 

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19 minutes ago, horsefly said:

Truss in complete desperation crumbled and unilaterally lifted tariffs on US goods for the sake of a temporary lifting of US tariffs on a few of our products. If you think falling onto our backs to let the US tickle our tummy is a great advance for our trading status then you truly are an idiot. Go and pre-heat your oven ready for the lovely chlorinated chicken and hormone marinated beef that will be heading your way soon. The EU and single market has the financial and numerical clout not to give in to US bullying, Truss is ever-so-grateful for whatever sub-standard crumbs they care to toss us. It's sad to see our country obsequiously descend to this level of desperation.

DO YOU SWIM IN CHLORINATED SWIMMING POOLS ? ANYWAY ALL WILL BE MARKED AS SUCH. 

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1 minute ago, SwindonCanary said:

DO YOU SWIM IN CHLORINATED SWIMMING POOLS ? ANYWAY ALL WILL BE MARKED AS SUCH. 

I don't swallow the water you fool! Perhaps you do and that might explain quite a lot.

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Well, well, well! Brussels signs off on blocking a shipment of 250,000 life-saving AstraZeneca vaccines headed for Australia and seizes the supplies for themselves. We thought you didn't like our vaccine?
 
 
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Posted (edited)
6 minutes ago, horsefly said:

I don't swallow the water you fool! Perhaps you do and that might explain quite a lot.

I BET YOU DO ! YOU FOOL !

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4 minutes ago, Herman said:

Do you think the poisonous dwarf will be paying this out of her own large back pocket or the taxpayers?

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2021/mar/04/priti-patel-reaches-six-figure-settlement-with-ex-home-office-chief-philip-rutnam

Sadly we all know the answer to that one. So taxpayers have to cough up so she can get away with bullying staff. What a fine government we have.

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3 minutes ago, horsefly said:

Sadly we all know the answer to that one. So taxpayers have to cough up so she can get away with bullying staff. What a fine government we have.

It's quite a fair chunk to keep the racist in her job.

 

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Just now, Herman said:

It's quite a fair chunk to keep the racist in her job.

 

Christ! No doubt that's to make sure he keeps his mouth shut about the details of her notoriously dispicable behaviour. 

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59 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

YOU DON'T LIKE GOOD NEWS DO YOU 

He's still crying over the referendum result. He should try to get over it before it affects his mental health. Oh wait... 😀

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24 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:
Well, well, well! Brussels signs off on blocking a shipment of 250,000 life-saving AstraZeneca vaccines headed for Australia and seizes the supplies for themselves. We thought you didn't like our vaccine?
 
 
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Aye, the vile EU is happy to block contractual agreements and risk hundreds of thousands of lives 😲

And the hypocritical Remainiacs are likely okay with that.

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1 minute ago, Jools said:

He's still crying over the referendum result. He should try to get over it before it affects his mental health. Oh wait... 😀

Thicko! back again I see. The referrendum is old news, I'm concerned about the thousands of businesses going bust because of the catastrophically sh*ite brexit deal. Just a shame that bigoted ars*holes like you couldn't give a damn about the destruction you have visited on these people. You have nothing to offer apart from xenophobia and racism.

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4 minutes ago, Jools said:

Aye, the vile EU is happy to block contractual agreements and risk hundreds of thousands of lives 😲

And the hypocritical Remainiacs are likely okay with that.

The EU had a contractual agreement for 80m vaccines with AZ back in August, which they paid for upfront in full. AZ failed to honour that contract. And wasn't it you among the other RWNJ screaming that we shouldn't share any of our supplies, your hypocrisy is vomit inducing.

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1 minute ago, horsefly said:

Thicko! back again I see. The referrendum is old news, I'm concerned about the thousands of businesses going bust because of the catastrophically sh*ite brexit deal. Just a shame that bigoted ars*holes like you couldn't give a damn about the destruction you have visited on these people. You have nothing to offer apart from xenophobia and racism.

Businesses are going bust because of Covid lockdowns, Coco.. 🤡 We are in a much better place than those in the EU to rebuild 👍

It would be good if you played a part in Britain's revival instead of whining on here 24/7 -- Get a job and pay taxes, ffs.

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