EU sausage war

robs1

Member
Precisely. FFS. What a deceitful headline. Should have been "UK kicks up fuss over deal it wrote, insisted it had been read in minute detail and was perfect."
Remind me again about how happy the french are about the fishing, what do you expect from a deal done over a few months, it takes time for any new arrangement to settle in.
 

Ncap

Member
I think you are missing the point (possibly deliberately). The fuss (in my headline) is the fuss the very people are kicking up about the terms that they themselves insisted were brilliant. Or are you suggested that Fat Frost just stops moaning? (If so I agree with you 100%)
 

robs1

Member
I think you are missing the point (possibly deliberately). The fuss (in my headline) is the fuss the very people are kicking up about the terms that they themselves insisted were brilliant. Or are you suggested that Fat Frost just stops moaning? (If so I agree with you 100%)
I dont recall any one saying it was "brilliant" in any agreement there are bits both sides dont like, so why not sort it.
I havent read the the agreement so not in a position to really commrnt on the ni part but it is bonkers to me
And asking to be reminded again about another issue is just trying to obfuscate.
Why it's not another issue, those in ni arent happy about bits of the agreement and the french arent happy about bits I'm sure there are others who arent happy with some aspects, surely as adults things can be sorted out
 

Ncap

Member
I dont recall any one saying it was "brilliant" in any agreement there are bits both sides dont like, so why not sort it.
I havent read the the agreement so not in a position to really commrnt on the ni part but it is bonkers to me


Why it's not another issue, those in ni arent happy about bits of the agreement and the french arent happy about bits I'm sure there are others who arent happy with some aspects, surely as adults things can be sorted out
The Withdrawal Agreement was legally binding, signed by 'both sides'. And Bunter anyway refused repeatedly to consider any delay. And the UK had so, so much time to get its ducks in a row. So now to say, 'we didn't know' or 'we want this' is pathetic. I can only imagine the furore in the gammon press if it were the other way around. And it's not very adult at all.
 

nivilla1982

Member
Livestock Farmer
The text of the NIP, which both parties signed, is quite clear. Nothing in its implementation can affect the daily live of the people of NI, nor lead to trade diversion. Why would the EU sign such a document and then insist on implementing it in a manner which breaks the NIP?

THE EU's decision to treat all GB/NI trade as at risk both affects the daily lives of the people of NI and leads to trade diversion. Both stated reasons in the NIP for the UK Gov to act unilaterally.
 

Ashtree

Member
The text of the NIP, which both parties signed, is quite clear. Nothing in its implementation can affect the daily live of the people of NI, nor lead to trade diversion. Why would the EU sign such a document and then insist on implementing it in a manner which breaks the NIP?

THE EU's decision to treat all GB/NI trade as at risk both affects the daily lives of the people of NI and leads to trade diversion. Both stated reasons in the NIP for the UK Gov to act unilaterally.
IF UK, did what it agreed to do, NI people wouldn’t see these impacts. If it invested in the infrastructure, IT systems, hired and trained the requisite staff, etc, etc, the Protocol would work as it was designed to work.
But hey, it’s Bozza The Clown..
 

robs1

Member
The Withdrawal Agreement was legally binding, signed by 'both sides'. And Bunter anyway refused repeatedly to consider any delay. And the UK had so, so much time to get its ducks in a row. So now to say, 'we didn't know' or 'we want this' is pathetic. I can only imagine the furore in the gammon press if it were the other way around. And it's not very adult at all.
What you mean like the french still wanting access to our fish etc. It works both ways.
 
The text of the NIP, which both parties signed, is quite clear. Nothing in its implementation can affect the daily live of the people of NI, nor lead to trade diversion. Why would the EU sign such a document and then insist on implementing it in a manner which breaks the NIP?

THE EU's decision to treat all GB/NI trade as at risk both affects the daily lives of the people of NI and leads to trade diversion. Both stated reasons in the NIP for the UK Gov to act unilaterally.
Absolutely, the EU have been deliberately playing tunes about the NI border from the outset and have caused division and resentment on both sides of the water I suspect? I bet the people South of the border are pished off with the EU as well.
 

bobk

Member
Location
stafford
Absolutely, the EU have been deliberately playing tunes about the NI border from the outset and have caused division and resentment on both sides of the water I suspect? I bet the people South of the border are pished off with the EU as well.
Nah , Oiland are the EU's patsys .
 

AGCO reports sales increase of 43.5% compared to 2020 figures

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Written by Agriland Team from Agriland

The tractor manufacturer AGCO, which consists of brands such as Challenger, Fendt, GSI, Massey Ferguson and Valtra, reported its results for the second quarter ending June 30, 2021.

Net sales for the second quarter were approximately $2.9 billion, an increase of approximately 43.5% compared to the second quarter of 2020.

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Reported net income was $3.73/share for the second quarter of 2021, and adjusted...
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