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#21
That trade deal with the Faroes is just a Pyramid scheme
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#22
(02-12-2019, 11:15 AM)Pickle Rick Wrote: That trade deal with the Faroes is just a Pyramid scheme

whale of a deal
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#23
Govt puffin it up, think I.
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#24
Of course we've lost the archive of Political bitterness and petty sniping that was on here. But aren't there a few prominent Brexit apologists who haven't re-entered the fray since Birdman brought the board back to life?

Before the Falklands War in 1982, when the economy was waning and the Tories were unpopular, it became difficult to find anyone who would admit to voting for Thatcher back in 1979. I'm guessing that when the reality of dis-ordered Brexit bites deep into our good old British lifestyle, Brexit voters will be about as numerous as Berahino goals.
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#25
(02-12-2019, 05:06 PM)Cheshire East Baggie Wrote: Of course we've lost the archive of Political bitterness and petty sniping that was on here. But aren't there a few prominent Brexit apologists who haven't re-entered the fray since Birdman brought the board back to life?

Before the Falklands War in 1982, when the economy was waning and the Tories were unpopular, it became difficult to find anyone who would admit to voting for Thatcher back in 1979. I'm guessing that when the reality of dis-ordered Brexit bites deep into our good old British lifestyle, Brexit voters will be about as numerous as Berahino goals.

Are you blaming the public and not the politicians then for the ongoing negotiations debacle? The public voted leave, the majority of politicians seem to be the ones cocking it all up and doing everything they can to stop it happening in any kind of positive manner.
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#26
It’s going well. My Brexit tax idea is to be voted on next week.
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#27
Another Brexiteer buggering off with their money just like Dyson and Jacob Mogg.

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#28
Honda closing Swindon plant now - 3,500 jobs going. Nothing to do with the EU just signing a new deal with Japan that we won't be part of. Just Project Fear though ay it.
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#29
(02-18-2019, 02:23 PM)baggy1 Wrote: Honda closing Swindon plant now - 3,500 jobs going. Nothing to do with the EU just signing a new deal with Japan that we won't be part of. Just Project Fear though ay it.

It’ll be worth it though, simply out of principle!
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#30
(02-18-2019, 02:23 PM)baggy1 Wrote: Honda closing Swindon plant now - 3,500 jobs going. Nothing to do with the EU just signing a new deal with Japan that we won't be part of. Just Project Fear though ay it.

It's not as if these jobs are going to another EU country. Because of the agreement between the EU and Japan they are returning to Japan, where the supply lines are local and parts don't have to be shipped all over the world. 

Looks like the Japanese are looking after their own and, because of the agreement, the jobs would have gone regardless of whether we were leaving or not.
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