The Return of Brexit
#81
Covid has wrecked the economy anyhow might as well start from scratch......
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#82
(10-16-2020, 03:01 PM)The liquidator Wrote: Covid has wrecked the economy anyhow might as well start from scratch......

And make it harder by putting up barriers as well - good plan
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#83
I suspect we will get some type of deal, a worse deal than the one we had whilst in the EU but it’ll be hailed as some sort of jingoistic victory. The usual Union flag bunting etc.

If we don’t can we call the deal something like the Guam deal rather than the Australian style deal Johnson blusters on about. It would be just as accurate perhaps even more so.
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(10-16-2020, 03:13 PM)Derek Hardballs Wrote: I suspect we will get some type of deal, a worse deal than the one we had whilst in the EU but it’ll be hailed as some sort of jingoistic victory. The usual Union flag bunting etc.

If we don’t can we call the deal something like the Guam deal rather than the Australian style deal Johnson blusters on about. It would be just as accurate perhaps even more so.

Of course the financial cost of Brexit now will never be know because Covid will be used to excuse it all. We left the EU because the Tories got a bone on for the 15bn contribution to the EU we made each year. Yet the same Tories signed away 12bn on an absolute waste of time track and trace and then billions more on Covid measures. Beggars belief.
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(10-16-2020, 04:15 PM)billybassett Wrote:
(10-16-2020, 03:13 PM)Derek Hardballs Wrote: I suspect we will get some type of deal, a worse deal than the one we had whilst in the EU but it’ll be hailed as some sort of jingoistic victory. The usual Union flag bunting etc.

If we don’t can we call the deal something like the Guam deal rather than the Australian style deal Johnson blusters on about. It would be just as accurate perhaps even more so.

Of course the financial cost of Brexit now will never be know because Covid will be used to excuse it all. We left the EU because the Tories got a bone on for the 15bn contribution to the EU we made each year. Yet the same Tories signed away 12bn on an absolute waste of time track and trace and then billions more on Covid measures. Beggars belief.
57 % of Tory MPs voted remain.
82% of Cabinet ministers voted remain.
78% of junior ministers and whips voted remain.
The Prime Minister, the Chancellor, the Home Secretary, the Foreign Secretary plus 20 other cabinet ministers all campaigned and voted to remain.
Yet still we get this ‘ Tories; the party of Leave'.
 
It was £9 billion every year. Lethal pandemics do not come around every year. Or do you think we shouldn't be spending money on Covid measures?
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