Brexit Deal

BennyD

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There are a lot of french fisherman dependent on fishing whatever the worth to the economy. If they are denied access to British waters the sh!t will hit the fan; the ports will be blockaded and the Royal Navy will be tasked with keeping them out of our fishing grounds. Remember the Icelandic Cod War? The same thing will happen in the channel, North Sea and the East Atlantic.
 

jasst

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Our boats are already getting attacked by the French, was on my local news last week, think its scallop grounds in french waters, which we are legally allowed to fish, but the French aren't, and they don't like it and attack our boats.
 

spkennyuk

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Me too.
As a Scotsman I have explained the dire situation to our 5 year but have encouraged her to put in an order for Dec 2029 in the hope it improves.

No promises tho.
Santa being a european citizen may not be able to cross the boarder into the UK for work purposes after January 1st 2021. Duty and VAT will be payable on all the goods he tries to import.

Best tell the kids Santa will be making his last UK trip this year.

I understand Krampus will be taking his place from 2021 !
 

Wanderer

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  1. Tories did what they wanted re Brexit, ie went off on one and sold us down the river.
  2. Brexit so far has cost more than we paid to EU over the entire time we've been members
  3. We look like fools to the rest of the world.
  4. Asylum/Refugees/Immigration will increase since we will lose the protection of the Dublin Agreement.
a. Easiest deal in history
b. We hold all the cards.

Ever get the feeling you've been lied to?

Really, come on, what have we gained, in the spirit of The Pistols above - 'Fuuk alll.......'
 

CatmanV2

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Although, apparently, they weren't that happy with the response and the impact to the economy. Clearly the weren't that unhappy, but I understand she was behind in the polls before the actual election.

C
 

Wack61

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There aren’t many of them, you could fit the entire population into a small field in Hampshire.
A bit like when people call for the army on the streets not realising you can fit all of them inside twickenham stadium , spread out across the UK it’d probably be 2 soldiers to a town
 

Wanderer

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A bit like when people call for the army on the streets not realising you can fit all of them inside twickenham stadium , spread out across the UK it’d probably be 2 soldiers to a town
We got the Army on the streets
And the RUC Dog of Repression
Is Barking at your Feet......
 

philw696

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Flip side ;)
So the moral of the story is;
You buy all your ingredients, employ staff, make a product, transport it and then fail to sell it to someone.
Who has done feck all.

What’s the argument?
Don't start on me I was going to use cash not take an online payment mate ;)