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    Quote Originally Posted by original PM View Post
    Because we have not invented time travel?

    You guys are supposed to be contractors.

    How many times do you go into a client to work on a change program and all you get met with is the existing management saying it will never work?

    When what they really mean is they have carved a comfy niche for themselves and spent a lot of time and energy get the current systems to where they are now and they can never be made any better?
    Never, maybe you contract at tulip companies
    Brexit is having a wee in the middle of the room at a house party because nobody is talking to you, and then complaining about the smell.

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    You only have to do it if you accept this is all there ever is and nothing will change.

    How many times do you have to be told that for change you need to stop clinging to the past.
    Ffs, try ******* reading instead of blathering out your meaningless tripe.

    The assumption, based on how other non-EU countries work with the EU, is that there will be new regulatory requirements. The whole point of their issue is that things will change, and not for the better.

    How many times do you need to be told that Brexit introduces new barriers, not makes things easier?

    “Stop clinging to the past where things were frictionless and easy, accept that for me to have my blue passport it means more costs for you”.

    Brexiters. Right-wing socialists.

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    More whinging from people that are just “afraid of change”.

    https://uk.mobile.reuters.com/articl...idUKKBN1HI0V7?

    But Enders said Britain needed to go further. He called for Britain to remain part of the EU aviation safety certification agency, EASA, to allow Airbus's planes to gain the necessary approvals to let them fly, and said that its business depended on aircraft parts and people being able to move freely between its sites across the UK and Europe.

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    I wouldn't get too worried, the UK is now clearly going to end up very like Switzerland where there is no difference between them and any other member of the EU.

    I'm alright Jack

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    Quote Originally Posted by meridian View Post
    More whinging from people that are just “afraid of change”.

    https://uk.mobile.reuters.com/articl...idUKKBN1HI0V7?
    They need to get with the Empire 2.0 programme and retool for jam, tea and biscuits.
    Where there's muck there's brass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    I wouldn't get too worried, the UK is now clearly going to end up very like Switzerland where there is no difference between them and any other member of the EU.

    Switzerland have customs controls, so not exactly no difference.

    Rumours abounding that Nissan planning on pulling out of Sunderland due to the probable supply chain issues (based on what the government is stating about SM+CU) making the plant inefficient in the future...

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    Quote Originally Posted by meridian View Post
    Switzerland have customs controls, so not exactly no difference.

    Rumours abounding that Nissan planning on pulling out of Sunderland due to the probable supply chain issues (based on what the government is stating about SM+CU) making the plant inefficient in the future...
    In the end the UK government will broker a deal to ensure they stay:

    Japanese car companies apply thumbscrews to May and Hammond

    So watch for changes in "names" of things rather than substance. The UK may well go further than Switzerland in its ties to the EU through a "customs arrangement".

    My experience in Switzerland was that they were more or less left out of the supply chains, so the UK is more entwined with the EU.

    I'm alright Jack

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    I think Brexit is going really well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woohoo View Post
    I think Brexit is going really well.
    That which is asserted without evidence, can be dismissed without evidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woohoo View Post
    I think Brexit is going really well.
    Is that meant to be reassuring?
    Where there's muck there's brass.

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