Are you ready for Brexit

neilo

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Montgomeryshire
You cant hold the whole job up on the prosepects of sheep farmers
Nonetheless, you stated that we don't export much to France. A whole sector of our industry relies on the amount that we do export to France. It's hardly a high profit sector as it is, and one where a lot of the farms can produce little else. But hey, Jack's alright I guess.....

any more than we should incase a few murdering nutcases in Ireland kick off
Are you for real? A tad insulting don't you think?
 

czechmate

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Mixed Farmer
Nonetheless, you stated that we don't export much to France. A whole sector of our industry relies on the amount that we do export to France. It's hardly a high profit sector as it is, and one where a lot of the farms can produce little else. But hey, Jack's alright I guess.....



Are you for real? A tad insulting don't you think?

Guys around retirement age don’t have the same concerns really...
 

rob1

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Location
wiltshire
Nonetheless, you stated that we don't export much to France. A whole sector of our industry relies on the amount that we do export to France. It's hardly a high profit sector as it is, and one where a lot of the farms can produce little else. But hey, Jack's alright I guess.....



Are you for real? A tad insulting don't you think?
Whats insulting about calling terrorists, murdering nutcases?

I have no wish to see any farmer or any other person suffer hardship, but life is sometimes unfair you just have to suck it up and move on, I have had some misfortune at times(as everybody does) but thats life we have to look at whats best for the majority, now we can all disagree about what that is but we had a vote and that now has to be implemented
 

Muck Spreader

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Location
Limousin
My goodness you actually managed to sound positive, congratulations (y)(y)
Only reporting what I have read. Which looks like very close alignment and cooperation with the EU. What I do wonder is what the EU will charge the UK for using all these things we currently get, such as the European Medicines Agency (EMA), the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Euratom CJEU and the dozens of other regulatory and scientific bodies. :scratchhead:
 

czechmate

Member
Mixed Farmer
Only reporting what I have read. Which looks like very close alignment and cooperation with the EU. What I do wonder is what the EU will charge the UK for using all these things we currently get, such as the European Medicines Agency (EMA), the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Euratom CJEU and the dozens of other regulatory and scientific bodies. :scratchhead:

Enough to continue paying our sub; you might think :greedy:
 

Muck Spreader

Member
Location
Limousin
Last time I looked we can buy and sell anything to and from the EU. works okish, the only trouble is its tied up in political rubbish of free movement and headlong rush to a super state.
That is because you are currently in the single market were you can buy a new tractor from Spain just as easily as your local dealer. Now go and try to do that with an Indian tractor for example.
 

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