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How would you vote in a second Brexit referendum?
Yes, I still want out 73%  73%  [ 8 ]
No, I want to stay in 27%  27%  [ 3 ]
Total votes : 11
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 Post subject: Re: Brexit or not?
PostPosted: Thu Mar 01, 2018 11:51 pm 
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well luce what can I say,blackpool is the 4th worst deprived area in England google that as your so fond of googling.
blackpool was I suppose you can say was erm designed as a working class hollybobs getaway for the poor
interesting to note in blackpool north 68% have voted to leave,
brex that is.

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 Post subject: Re: Brexit or not?
PostPosted: Fri Mar 02, 2018 12:05 pm 
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A free trade deal with Europe is the best for both worlds, Theresa May said earlier this week, whilst Barnier has been defiant, telling the UK, you’re not having your cake and eating it.. The Prime Minister is to tell the House of Commons that we won’t get everything we want...

So what is it we want?

Control of our borders, with immigration numbers set in Westminster, not Brussels.

Return of sovereignty to the High court. No deference to the European courts.

Anything else, we can argue about..

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 Post subject: Re: Brexit or not?
PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 10:58 am 
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tiggy wrote:
A free trade deal with Europe is the best for both worlds, Theresa May said earlier this week, whilst Barnier has been defiant, telling the UK, you’re not having your cake and eating it.. The Prime Minister is to tell the House of Commons that we won’t get everything we want...

So what is it we want?

Control of our borders, with immigration numbers set in Westminster, not Brussels.

Return of sovereignty to the High court. No deference to the European courts.

Anything else, we can argue about..



Exactly. :thumbsup: [thumbsup.png]

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 Post subject: Re: Brexit or not?
PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 12:05 pm 
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The average man and woman in the street didn’t know very much about our trade deals with the EU or any other country across the world. Most wouldn’t know what a tariff was.

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 Post subject: Re: Brexit or not?
PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 1:21 pm 
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Batty wrote:
tiggy wrote:
A free trade deal with Europe is the best for both worlds, Theresa May said earlier this week, whilst Barnier has been defiant, telling the UK, you’re not having your cake and eating it.. The Prime Minister is to tell the House of Commons that we won’t get everything we want...

So what is it we want?

Control of our borders, with immigration numbers set in Westminster, not Brussels.

Return of sovereignty to the High court. No deference to the European courts.

Anything else, we can argue about..

Well. There's Our courts or theirs?
Fishing areas.
Irish border.......and enough else to keep your average civil servant busy until his retirement.


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 Post subject: Re: Brexit or not?
PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 9:53 am 
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tiggy wrote:
The average man and woman in the street didn’t know very much about our trade deals with the EU or any other country across the world. Most wouldn’t know what a tariff was.

Exactly, and mark my words, what ever situation Britain finds itself in in years to come business will find a way of adjusting the rules to suit their own personal circumstances. There may be changes ahead but non of them will effect the normal man on the street in a negative way, more likely a positive way as the pool of cheap foreign labour will dry up so they'll have to start using home grown talent and pay them a decent living wage.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 10:08 am 
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fastcars wrote:
tiggy wrote:
The average man and woman in the street didn’t know very much about our trade deals with the EU or any other country across the world. Most wouldn’t know what a tariff was.

Exactly, and mark my words, what ever situation Britain finds itself in in years to come business will find a way of adjusting the rules to suit their own personal circumstances. There may be changes ahead but non of them will effect the normal man on the street in a negative way, more likely a positive way as the pool of cheap foreign labour will dry up so they'll have to start using home grown talent and pay them a decent living wage.

I’m old enough to remember the “good old seventies” and the three day week. A great many big businesses were born from the discontent, as privatisation ensured a dependence on that very same cheap foreign labour. Back then and with the support of the government, they were able to do as they would..

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 Post subject: Re: Brexit or not?
PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 10:12 am 
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tiggy wrote:
The average man and woman in the street didn’t know very much about our trade deals with the EU or any other country across the world. Most wouldn’t know what a tariff was.


Perhaps of they did, the result would have been to stay. Instead, they just voted out on the back of lies written on a bus, and Daily Mail scare mongering.

Turkeys voting for Christmas.

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 Post subject: Re: Brexit or not?
PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 1:39 pm 
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Hmm how many people alive today voted to join the EU [shrug65465.gif]

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 Post subject: Re: Brexit or not?
PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 1:50 pm 
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Hmm how many people alive today voted to join the EU [shrug65465.gif]


Why don't you Google it, you usually do to find yours "facts."

Brexit is about Jonny Foreigner, nothing else. Perhaps all those leave voters who find themselves out of a job, or with unaffordable food prices will regret their vote when the reality of their stupidity sinks in. I suspect many will threaten to go abroad to live a better life or retire to Spain. [rofl02.gif] [rofl02.gif] [rofl02.gif]

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