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Re: Brexit watch Tue Jun 15, 2021 9:37 pm  
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I have just seen an interview with Liam Fox regarding the new Australian deal. The gist of the benefits for farmers is that because they operate to higher standards than Australia they will be able to sell their goods worldwide as being the best quality and we the British public will benefit from cheaper meat from Australia because they don’t. This also means that they have set a precedent for all future trade deals with regards hormone meat etc.
Re: Brexit watch Wed Jun 16, 2021 5:19 am  
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Scarlet Pimpernell wrote:
This also means that they have set a precedent for all future trade deals with regards hormone meat etc.

And further reinforces why it is so important to the EU to have those border checks in the Irish Sea which Johnson agreed to (apart from it being basic international law). If the UK is laying waste to its food standards like this they will want to be very sure none of this grotesque hormone filled crud finds its way into their internal market.

As for us well... our Leaver chums still pretend that they knew what they were voting for!
Fishermen and now farmers shafted together with our export markets and food standards. Which group of unfortunate gullibles will be next to be thrown under the bus as the Tories and their band of talentless cabinet ministers scrabble around desperately to sign really awful trade deals just so they can get a patriotic sounding headline in the Mail?
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Re: Brexit watch Wed Jun 16, 2021 5:41 am  
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Why would Johnson want to hide the fact that the timing of the tariff free status to farming goods which was set over the course of 15 years now applies from day one and if it such a win why will they not allow scrutiny until the autumn. The former only came out because it was declared in the Australian press but for us it was withheld, I wonder why.
Johnson may not be quite as mad as his former mate Trump but he is equally lazy so when he is finally removed what is left of the U.K. could be just as much a mess.
Re: Brexit watch Wed Jun 16, 2021 9:31 am  

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And further reinforces why it is so important to the EU to have those border checks in the Irish Sea which Johnson agreed to (apart from it being basic international law). If the UK is laying waste to its food standards like this they will want to be very sure none of this grotesque hormone filled crud finds its way into their internal market.

As for us well... our Leaver chums still pretend that they knew what they were voting for!
Fishermen and now farmers shafted together with our export markets and food standards. Which group of unfortunate gullibles will be next to be thrown under the bus as the Tories and their band of talentless cabinet ministers scrabble around desperately to sign really awful trade deals just so they can get a patriotic sounding headline in the Mail?


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Re: Brexit watch Wed Jun 16, 2021 9:58 am  
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Or on GB News!

Funny that G-Beebies managed to get themselves Mike Hunt'ed within the first few days.
And being right wingers a sense of humour about it seemed to be missing.
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Re: Brexit watch Wed Jun 16, 2021 11:51 am  

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Scarlet Pimpernell wrote:
I have just seen an interview with Liam Fox regarding the new Australian deal. The gist of the benefits for farmers is that because they operate to higher standards than Australia they will be able to sell their goods worldwide as being the best quality and we the British public will benefit from cheaper meat from Australia because they don’t. This also means that they have set a precedent for all future trade deals with regards hormone meat etc.

We wont be importing hormone beef from Australia :(
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Re: Brexit watch Wed Jun 16, 2021 11:58 am  
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Now who’s being naive.
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Re: Brexit watch Wed Jun 16, 2021 12:17 pm  

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Now whose being naive.

Now who's pedalling project fear ,resorting to lying
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Re: Brexit watch Wed Jun 16, 2021 12:33 pm  
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I didn’t know Johnson posted on the forum or are you being deliberately gullible if you believe what he says despite the litany of lies that have been confirmed. If he is not worried about the trade deal why keep it secret until the autumn and not mention that he has caved in on the timing of tariff free meat from Australia.
I wonder what you will do with the £1.20 saving this deal will give each household.
Re: Brexit watch Wed Jun 16, 2021 12:56 pm  

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Now who's pedalling project fear ,resorting to lying



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