Will they get the job done

Danllan

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I wonder what Gina Miller is actually planning now . She's out of parliamentary options but that isn't going to stop her , it seems.
She is irrelevant. Most of it was about her ego and trying to establish a political 'presence' anyway - there are credible rumours that she has parliamentary ambitions.

What is left to her? Boris has a parliamentary majority, there will be Primary Legislation, the Supremes have aready told us Parliament is sovereign, they will again if necessary. There's no way to stop Brexit now. :)
 

Giles1

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Central Scotland
Get out with no deal asap, Mays/Boris's deal is dead,new parliament. EU will deal a little more circumspectly if nothing is on offer from the UK before we get to the table,even better,before they come to our table. When is England holding a referendum on leaving the UK? That would make some eyes water,hard borders as well..... Ireland has done well out of the EU, maybe time to rejoin the rest of the UK, united Ireland again .... I do jest ,(not about getting out now with no deal) but all options are open, Boris is going to have his work cut out.
 

MX7

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cotswolds
One Sunday last harvest, the owner of the wheat field we were combining ,came for a ride on the combine. Unbeknown to me he is an MEP,and a hard headed industrialist. He soon said in conversation what a mess(he did say it in rather stronger that!!!) the Brexit issue is and that the sooner we get out of Brexit with NO DEAL the better. His reasoning being that the uk economy is about the biggest in Europe and that once we are out EU Ministers will be eager to do business on our terms.
Unless I misunderstood him,the EU do not want us to leave as they need us to bail out the other EU countries that are nearly bankrupt.
If Corbyn had got in power the UK may have been bankrupt in a very short time.
If you take me to task on any of the above I will not answer,as I am only saying what I was told.
 

jendan

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One Sunday last harvest, the owner of the wheat field we were combining ,came for a ride on the combine. Unbeknown to me he is an MEP,and a hard headed industrialist. He soon said in conversation what a mess(he did say it in rather stronger that!!!) the Brexit issue is and that the sooner we get out of Brexit with NO DEAL the better. His reasoning being that the uk economy is about the biggest in Europe and that once we are out EU Ministers will be eager to do business on our terms.
Unless I misunderstood him,the EU do not want us to leave as they need us to bail out the other EU countries that are nearly bankrupt.
If Corbyn had got in power the UK may have been bankrupt in a very short time.
If you take me to task on any of the above I will not answer,as I am only saying what I was told.
A Brexit MEP?
 

Hilly

Member
They are fools! And will find out over the next 5 years.(Corbyn;enough said), and Brexit,where they think that because their lives are so sh!t now,it can hardly get any worse,(it can and it will) Have you ever been to Blyth?
Best thing ever happend was aurther closing the pit s and I come from mining family not farming.
 
One Sunday last harvest, the owner of the wheat field we were combining ,came for a ride on the combine. Unbeknown to me he is an MEP,and a hard headed industrialist. He soon said in conversation what a mess(he did say it in rather stronger that!!!) the Brexit issue is and that the sooner we get out of Brexit with NO DEAL the better. His reasoning being that the uk economy is about the biggest in Europe and that once we are out EU Ministers will be eager to do business on our terms.
Unless I misunderstood him,the EU do not want us to leave as they need us to bail out the other EU countries that are nearly bankrupt.
If Corbyn had got in power the UK may have been bankrupt in a very short time.
If you take me to task on any of the above I will not answer,as I am only saying what I was told.
You didn't misunderstand him. He just got a Brexit fundamental wrong, as so many of his stripe have. Our export trade to the EU as a whole is a much larger percentage than the the EU's trade to us. In other words, Brexit will hurt the but it will hurt us worse.
 

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A new UK-wide cattle and sheep industry group is to be created to speed up progress against endemic diseases and reputational challenges which are costing the cattle and sheep sectors at least £500 million per year.

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