Brexit Deal

Wooly

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Mixed Farmer
Location
Romney Marsh
Appears that the Brexit deal is close .................Only taken four and a half years.

Appears that we won't be having tariffs on food, which is excellent news. Watch the lamb price rise now !

Fishing, as expected, will still be permitted for foreign trawlers. Sorry for the English fishermen, but in the bigger picture better than the pesky French trawlers blocking the port of Calais for the next year !!

The newly formed lorry park at Ashford will probably now be sold to Amazon as a warehouse facility !
 
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Cowabunga

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Location
Ceredigion,Wales
No details yet. One thing is certain, it won't be anything like as seamless as being inside the EU, although hopefully it will be the best possible deal available. Either or which way, it is a work in progress and we've made our bed and will have to lie in it. If I was 40 to 50 years younger I would certainly emigrate, although that has become considerably more difficult lately.
 

jellybean

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Location
N.Devon
Apparently 2000 pages for everybody to plough through before getting it through Commons and Lords. Which basically means it will get signed off first and later we will find out what we have signed up to by which time of course it will be too late. Cynical me says to drop this in on Xmas eve is a dirty trick from Boris.
 

roscoe erf

Member
Livestock Farmer
Appears that the Brexit deal is close .................Only taken four and a half years.

Appears that we won't be having tariffs on food, which is excellent news. Watch the lamb price rise now !

Fishing, as expected, will still be permitted for foreign trawlers. Sorry for the English fishermen, but in the bigger picture better than the pesky French trawlers blocking the port of Calais for the next year !!

The newly formed lorry park at Ashford will probably now be sold to Amazon as a warehouse facility !
never doubted it for a minute
 

Agrivator

Member
Whats wrong with our seed tatties like?

It has been mentioned, but we'll need to wait for the 500 page? document.

EU will still need virus-free seed, as will the Middle East. Where will they find new suppliers? The Mountains of Mourne or the French Alps?

And why wasn't ensuring there will be no more onerous and unnecessary additional form filling a major point of agreement.
 
Location
Ceredigion
No details yet. One thing is certain, it won't be anything like as seamless as being inside the EU, although hopefully it will be the best possible deal available. Either or which way, it is a work in progress and we've made our bed and will have to lie in it. If I was 40 to 50 years younger I would certainly emigrate, although that has become considerably more difficult lately.
You could sail away on a tidal wave of slurry [emoji23]
 

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