No deal brexit dress rehearsal.

We, ll is this what it will be like for months after a no deal, everyone body with any common sense knows it would be like what's happening today down there. Hopefully it can all get sorted?
 

7610 super q

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Crapweathershire
France have lifted it now.
Saying that it's a Euope wide issue and to work together. (y)
Yeah right....

 

bobk

Member
Location
stafford
I'm baffled why they are making such a thing about this particular variant. There are probably a thousand variants out there, why this one?
I think its location and Brexit are the biggest reasons plus a bit of scare people into not travelling at Christmas.
12,500 actually
 
Sadly for the poor Truckers stuck at Manston, very few of them will get back home in the foreseeable future as they will have had to have had a PCR test in the preceding 72 hours and as they will have been on the road for longer than that none will be able to comply.

Add to that they have to be French or EU citizens then what happens to the Turks, Russians, Ukrainians etc.

With the realistic numbers in Kent/Sussex probably in excess of 5,000 tonight they have no chance of getting home for Christmas and for some they will be hoping it is New Year.
Yes this was Macron's great opportunity to make a point but it shows what will happen after 1st January and what a few of us who have been trading in the EU for years have been warning about.
 

robs1

Member
Sadly for the poor Truckers stuck at Manston, very few of them will get back home in the foreseeable future as they will have had to have had a PCR test in the preceding 72 hours and as they will have been on the road for longer than that none will be able to comply.

Add to that they have to be French or EU citizens then what happens to the Turks, Russians, Ukrainians etc.

With the realistic numbers in Kent/Sussex probably in excess of 5,000 tonight they have no chance of getting home for Christmas and for some they will be hoping it is New Year.
Yes this was Macron's great opportunity to make a point but it shows what will happen after 1st January and what a few of us who have been trading in the EU for years have been warning about.
Macron can make life as difficult as he likes businesses will just find a way round those problems and it will be the French that lose out, he has an election in 22 and needs to be careful he diesnt shoot himself in the foot
 

bobk

Member
Location
stafford
Sadly for the poor Truckers stuck at Manston, very few of them will get back home in the foreseeable future as they will have had to have had a PCR test in the preceding 72 hours and as they will have been on the road for longer than that none will be able to comply.

Add to that they have to be French or EU citizens then what happens to the Turks, Russians, Ukrainians etc.

With the realistic numbers in Kent/Sussex probably in excess of 5,000 tonight they have no chance of getting home for Christmas and for some they will be hoping it is New Year.
Yes this was Macron's great opportunity to make a point but it shows what will happen after 1st January and what a few of us who have been trading in the EU for years have been warning about.
Other ports are available , we don't need to drop to french standards of twattishment
 

Arable Scotland: Alternative markets and new cash crops

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Arable Conversations: Alternative markets and new cash crops 11.30 – 12.30 on 29th June 2021

Join us at Arable Scotland on 29 June at 11.30 am for an interactive ‘Arable Conversation’ that will discuss ‘Alternative markets and new cash crops’. The session will cover the seasons market potential and the current rollercoaster grain prices. New crops being trialled in Scotland, opening new doors and opportunities for the cereals sector will also feature. Chris Leslie from AHDB, will lead the discussion and be joined by the following panellists.

To register for the webinar visit www.hopin.com/events/arable-scotland and for more information about the event visit...
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