Four and twenty..........

robs1

Member
So Brexit is actually a fantastic success! :ROFLMAO:
Far too early too tell yet financially but we wont be having our soldiers in the eu army and we wont be part of the US of E, that's a bloody good start and the reason I voted out, if we thrive or fail financially is down to individual companies those that want to make the most of the challenges and opportunities will succeed just as before, those that sit and whinge will fail just as before. We joined the eec in the early 70's I dont recall people blaming the three day week power cuts or hyper inflation on us joining up yet all those happened just after .
 
Was on a call with a number(7 others I think) of folks from all different industries.
all entrepreneurs all keen to succeed. From construction to gin production to medical equipment very varied
I have no idea of their politics pre referendum.
None of them had a good word to say about trading in a post EU world.
And they were far les polite when talking about the leadership offer3d by the present government.

The call was research for the cabinet office. I hope they were listening.
 

czechmate

Member
Mixed Farmer
Was on a call with a number(7 others I think) of folks from all different industries.
all entrepreneurs all keen to succeed. From construction to gin production to medical equipment very varied
I have no idea of their politics pre referendum.
None of them had a good word to say about trading in a post EU world.
And they were far les polite when talking about the leadership offer3d by the present government.

The call was research for the cabinet office. I hope they were listening.


I love an optimist
 

czechmate

Member
Mixed Farmer
Far too early too tell yet financially but we wont be having our soldiers in the eu army and we wont be part of the US of E, that's a bloody good start and the reason I voted out, if we thrive or fail financially is down to individual companies those that want to make the most of the challenges and opportunities will succeed just as before, those that sit and whinge will fail just as before. We joined the eec in the early 70's I dont recall people blaming the three day week power cuts or hyper inflation on us joining up yet all those happened just after .


Can I just ask, Rob, if you were born and lived in Alaska would you prefer to live in an independent Alaska or be a state of the US of A ?
 

neilo

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Mixed Farmer
Location
Montgomeryshire
Was on a call with a number(7 others I think) of folks from all different industries.
all entrepreneurs all keen to succeed. From construction to gin production to medical equipment very varied
I have no idea of their politics pre referendum.
None of them had a good word to say about trading in a post EU world.
And they were far les polite when talking about the leadership offer3d by the present government.

The call was research for the cabinet office. I hope they were listening.

Impatience. :rolleyes:
It will take 50 years to see the benefits remember.👍
 

robs1

Member
That’s a bit like selling your car and walking everywhere just in case you may have an accident sometime in the future !

Why we already have the embryo army and politically the direction is only one way and has been since the coal and steel alliance was first formed, as I've said many many times if we were given a vote on the chances and the majority agree then fair enough but we were promised one by major but he lied, we weren't even going to get a choice by Blair on giving up our currency, when given a chance the majority said enough we leave, had remain produced a better argument then the vote might have gone the other way, leave won because of the lies going back several decades and the arrogance of the federalists.
Can I just ask, Rob, if you were born and lived in Alaska would you prefer to live in an independent Alaska or be a state of the US of A ?
I dont know what benefits Alska gets from being in the USA so difficult to comment but I bet they dont pay in a fortune each year, I bet they dont lose companies that are "persuaded" to move to poorer areas, also they have been part of that state for a long time as I said above we are moving that way with no choice, would I have voted to stay in a SIMPLE trading non political block? Yes everytime but that wasnt on the ballot, it was an unwritten choice between the ES of E or go it alone, a bit like my divorce it was hard at times financially but I knew there was no choice in the end. There have ben several occasions where it has been stated that it must be shown that the UK will suffer so other countries dont leave, that alone is enough to prove leaving was right, we now need to sort out Westminster
 

Muck Spreader

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
Limousin
Impatience. :rolleyes:
It will take 50 years to see the benefits remember.👍
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czechmate

Member
Mixed Farmer
Why we already have the embryo army and politically the direction is only one way and has been since the coal and steel alliance was first formed, as I've said many many times if we were given a vote on the chances and the majority agree then fair enough but we were promised one by major but he lied, we weren't even going to get a choice by Blair on giving up our currency, when given a chance the majority said enough we leave, had remain produced a better argument then the vote might have gone the other way, leave won because of the lies going back several decades and the arrogance of the federalists.

I dont know what benefits Alska gets from being in the USA so difficult to comment but I bet they dont pay in a fortune each year, I bet they dont lose companies that are "persuaded" to move to poorer areas, also they have been part of that state for a long time as I said above we are moving that way with no choice, would I have voted to stay in a SIMPLE trading non political block? Yes everytime but that wasnt on the ballot, it was an unwritten choice between the ES of E or go it alone, a bit like my divorce it was hard at times financially but I knew there was no choice in the end. There have ben several occasions where it has been stated that it must be shown that the UK will suffer so other countries dont leave, that alone is enough to prove leaving was right, we now need to sort out Westminster


Hmm, I see a big risk, soon, one way or another, from China. I want my “gang” to be as big as possible to stand any chance against them
 

robs1

Member
Hmm, I see a big risk, soon, one way or another, from China. I want my “gang” to be as big as possible to stand any chance against them
We do it's called NATO if it becomes a fight God forbid, we can reign them in by stopping buying anything from them, it's not easy and lots of stuff will have parts made there but it we all make an effort we can bring them into line, the trouble is too many want to buy cheap sh!t
 

Muck Spreader

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
Limousin
Far too early too tell yet financially but we wont be having our soldiers in the eu army and we wont be part of the US of E, that's a bloody good start and the reason I voted out,

How will that make any difference? Britain has been involved in Europe's wars for the last 2,000 years and whether it's in out out of an theoretical EU army will make no difference whatsoever. Apart from being in NATO the UK has bilateral defence agreements with France (CJEF), Scandinavian countries (JEF) and Poland, as has been seen in the last few days with the deployment of British troops help with the migrant threat.
 

Ashtree

Member
Why we already have the embryo army and politically the direction is only one way and has been since the coal and steel alliance was first formed, as I've said many many times if we were given a vote on the chances and the majority agree then fair enough but we were promised one by major but he lied, we weren't even going to get a choice by Blair on giving up our currency, when given a chance the majority said enough we leave, had remain produced a better argument then the vote might have gone the other way, leave won because of the lies going back several decades and the arrogance of the federalists.

Best way to bring the plebs around to your way of thinking, is to create a big bad bogeyman. Two bogeymen even better. Didn‘t Farage do well to focus in on immigration and the EU army, as perfect bogeymen examples. Created the narrative, then used the power of social media, with a little help from Vlad, to amplify the dog whistle. Hey presto, half the nation is dancing to the tune, without even knowing it.
 

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Man fined £300 for bonfire-related waste offences

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Written by William Kellett from Agriland

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A man has pleaded guilty at Newtownards Magistrates’ Court to waste offences relating to a bonfire next to the electrical sub-station on the Circular Road in Newtownards, Co. Down.

Gareth Gill (51) of Abbot’s Walk, Newtownards pleaded guilty to two charges under the Waste and Contaminated Land (Northern Ireland) Order 1997, for which he was fined £150 each and ordered to pay a £15 offender’s levy

On June 25, 2018, PSNI officers went to Gill’s yard, where they found a large amount of waste consisting of scrap wood, pallets, carpet and underlay.

Discussion with Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) officers confirmed the site...
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