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Re: Brexit disaster : Thu Aug 18, 2022 3:22 pm  
A very tangible benefit of Brexit deregulation, coming to a beach near you, soon, again :D

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-62589667

Nobody in jail yet tho :D
A very tangible benefit of Brexit deregulation, coming to a beach near you, soon, again :D

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-62589667

Nobody in jail yet tho :D
Re: Brexit disaster : Fri Aug 19, 2022 11:29 am  
The Ghost of '99 wrote:
Let's see. The one right next door.
Or the one far away.

Which one will be the one where we will find the most bountiful export markets?


It depends if you reached maturity in one market it is time to look elsewhere?
Re: Brexit disaster : Fri Aug 19, 2022 11:33 am  
Mild Rover wrote:
I’m not sure that is a full or fair reflection of the political, cultural and social status of Northern Ireland (or the North of Ireland as some would have it). It’s much more about nationalism (and good old sovereignty) than it is religion. Although I admit that they’re closely intertwined historically.

It’s hard to say that the partition of Ireland has been a success. Sorry Unionist community… it’s okay to support something that isn’t successful - I’m a Hull KR fan after all!

Bigger picture, Brexit is done and Big Dog is (nearly) gone… this should be put to bed. If Truss tries to use it to whip people up, I think it’ll fall flat with the looming cost of living crisis and everything being a bit poop. On the other hand, I’m not sure what else she’s got. Might have a look…


Sunak would be a better candidate but he has no chance now - so we are stuck with a big dog defender. Time will tell but I am not holding my breath. The only saving grace is the equal lack of quality in the labour party and the increasing power grabbing attitude of the unions.
Re: Brexit disaster : Fri Aug 19, 2022 12:14 pm  
Sal Paradise wrote:
Sunak would be a better candidate but he has no chance now - so we are stuck with a big dog defender. Time will tell but I am not holding my breath. The only saving grace is the equal lack of quality in the labour party and the increasing power grabbing attitude of the unions.


The government are rubbish and so are the opposition. As saving graces go, it isn’t the most reassuring or inspirational. :lol:
Re: Brexit disaster : Fri Aug 19, 2022 12:40 pm  
Sal Paradise wrote:
It depends if you reached maturity in one market it is time to look elsewhere?

Well, something silly we just did just caused exports to European countries to collapse. So there is huge growth potential there now! Isn't that great!?
Re: Brexit disaster : Fri Aug 19, 2022 1:32 pm  
The Ghost of '99 wrote:
Well, something silly we just did just caused exports to European countries to collapse. So there is huge growth potential there now! Isn't that great!?

Well that's just a blatant lie.
Exports to the EU are the highest since records began.
Hardly a collapse :D
Re: Brexit disaster : Fri Aug 19, 2022 2:47 pm  
wotsupcas wrote:
Well that's just a blatant lie.
Exports to the EU are the highest since records began.
Hardly a collapse :D

Must we go round the same stuff over and over and over as Brexiters try to polish their beloved turd?

FT: UK trade performance falls to worst level on record in first quarter
wotsupcas wrote:
Well that's just a blatant lie.
Exports to the EU are the highest since records began.
Hardly a collapse :D

Must we go round the same stuff over and over and over as Brexiters try to polish their beloved turd?

FT: UK trade performance falls to worst level on record in first quarter
Re: Brexit disaster : Fri Aug 19, 2022 5:26 pm  
The Ghost of '99 wrote:
Must we go round the same stuff over and over and over as Brexiters try to polish their beloved turd?

FT: UK trade performance falls to worst level on record in first quarter

https://www.cityam.com/boost-for-global ... ver/?amp=1
Your link doesn't work, it's behind a pay wall.
However the discussion was about exports to the EU, or have you been moving those goalposts again.
April then May and again in June saw the highest exports to the EU since records began.
So while you keep fibbing to suit your agenda I'll keep pulling you on it.
The Ghost of '99 wrote:
Must we go round the same stuff over and over and over as Brexiters try to polish their beloved turd?

FT: UK trade performance falls to worst level on record in first quarter

https://www.cityam.com/boost-for-global ... ver/?amp=1
Your link doesn't work, it's behind a pay wall.
However the discussion was about exports to the EU, or have you been moving those goalposts again.
April then May and again in June saw the highest exports to the EU since records began.
So while you keep fibbing to suit your agenda I'll keep pulling you on it.
Re: Brexit disaster : Fri Aug 19, 2022 10:07 pm  
wotsupcas wrote:
https://www.cityam.com/boost-for-global-britain-as-uk-exports-to-eu-defy-brexit-challenges-and-hit-highest-level-ever/?amp=1
Your link doesn't work, it's behind a pay wall.
However the discussion was about exports to the EU, or have you been moving those goalposts again.
April then May and again in June saw the highest exports to the EU since records began.
So while you keep fibbing to suit your agenda I'll keep pulling you on it.

Oh God, you're not ignoring the oil thing are you? Only someone desperate to win an argument would do that.
Re: Brexit disaster : Fri Aug 19, 2022 10:25 pm  
wotsupcas wrote:
Well that's just a blatant lie.
Exports to the EU are the highest since records began.
Hardly a collapse :D


The salient point being that current export to EU figures would be some £50 billions higher but for Brexit :D
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