HAS THE PENNY FINALLY DROPPED??? #BREXIT2016

Ncap

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I do understand. I understand that the free movement of British people to study, work, live and retire in the remaining EU countries will disappear. And I am old enough to remember the 'joy' of applying for residence permits, work permits (how many job candidates are so outstanding that you would wait, possibly months, keeping that post open to see if they get accepted?). So yes, I understand very well.
 
I do understand. I understand that the free movement of British people to study, work, live and retire in the remaining EU countries will disappear. And I am old enough to remember the 'joy' of applying for residence permits, work permits (how many job candidates are so outstanding that you would wait, possibly months, keeping that post open to see if they get accepted?). So yes, I understand very well.
I don't give a fudge. The whole tertiary education system is a money making free for all. If you want to go to Europe, you pay and apply to the country in question. Seriously, the plight of students is the last thing any country should worry about. The member states will have their own policies, why the hell do you need the EU for everything?
 

Ncap

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I don't give a fudge. The whole tertiary education system is a money making free for all. If you want to go to Europe, you pay and apply to the country in question. Seriously, the plight of students is the last thing any country should worry about. The member states will have their own policies, why the hell do you need the EU for everything?
Ooo aaarrr!
 

le bon paysan

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Livestock Farmer
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Limousin, France
The UK meps had as much say as any. Are you saying they were unable to represent the UK view point or was it just they weren't able to organise their viewpoint to be accepted. All politics and discussion are based on alliances with different groups. Hasn't Trump said recently that a China deal will put a stop to a US deal. Every country has their own agenda. UK will be dictated to if their negotiates are not smart enough. Them trade reps seem unable to secure deals. Look at Frost at the moment, thinks he can have same benifit with theEu after leaving the club as before. Why is he begging like that if they were so awful.
Turning up to meetings would have helped. Decisions are made by those who turn up.
 
The UK meps had as much say as any. Are you saying they were unable to represent the UK view point or was it just they weren't able to organise their viewpoint to be accepted. All politics and discussion are based on alliances with different groups. Hasn't Trump said recently that a China deal will put a stop to a US deal. Every country has their own agenda. UK will be dictated to if their negotiates are not smart enough. Them trade reps seem unable to secure deals. Look at Frost at the moment, thinks he can have same benifit with theEu after leaving the club as before. Why is he begging like that if they were so awful.
As above - I will leave you to draw your own conclusions upon what you can read as I have done. Reason being, politics and religion are subject matters that create some rather unpleasant divides at times, and as there are quite a few on here that like to jump straight in with a lot of bitterness towards anyone who dares see things from different perspectives to theirs - I will as stated above, not go openly into further debates for anyones gratification.

You can see the same information as I can, you make your own choices / decisions based upon it, but one should never throw stones if one is in a glasshouse..

Hav a good day :)
 

Ashtree

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I thought the largest UK party in the EU parliament did exactly what was printed on the tin?
Quite!! Collected the salaries and expenses, without even turning up. Represented the British fishermen on the fisheries committee, for extra expenses on top. Didn’t turn to those meetings either.
Then the fishermen of Yarmouth, figured the EU thing wasn’t working for them.
You gotta hand it to Nige ..... he sure pulled a fast one.
 

caveman

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East Sussex.
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Quite!! Collected the salaries and expenses, without even turning up. Represented the British fishermen on the fisheries committee, for extra expenses on top. Didn’t turn to those meetings either.
Then the fishermen of Yarmouth, figured the EU thing wasn’t working for them.
You gotta hand it to Nige ..... he sure pulled a fast one.
Yep.
I think it's great that "regular people" got their noses in the trough in front of the "anointed ones", fekked the job up and hopefully got rid of an unwanted layer of government.
 

caveman

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Location
East Sussex.
Has it sunk in yet as to westminsters future intentions for UK ag????? it couldnt be clearer from where im standing these politicians have voted through a bill to stop area payments and have voted against proposed amendments which could save farmers from competing with imported ag products of much lower standards, we will be flooded with cheap crap from the US now!

The big question is do all these farmers that voted for brexit now realise what they have done? i wished that i would be proved wrong but unfortunately the outlook is not good from here on!
You'll still be laughing all the way to the bank.
Don't worry.
Be happy.
 

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