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    #21
    Won’t take 40 years to be back into EU for good.

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      #22
      Originally posted by vetran View Post
      Strange one side voted to leave. We gave notice and set a date as agreed , the date of the decree absolute passed, now we hear the EU want to pop round and sit on the sofa. Creepy EX.

      What is next is us not being part of an ever closer union. It was 40 years of being in the EU we had our Empire longer than that, hell we were at war with France for longer than that.
      And you still want your queenie to be head of state, for some strange reason, of the nations of that former empire, which some of them are (kind of) fine with, but to give an ambassador from a neigboring organisation a diplomatic status, no way

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        #23
        Originally posted by vetran View Post
        Well as so few fail at our border is it possible they are misguided or are you saying its the EU's fault that we can't trade?
        Uber slow traffic through borders and all the complications with imports / exports is a direct effect of the UK leaving the EU, not the fecking EU fault, why is it so hard to understand? There's different rules and limitations which simply didn't exist before as UK was part of the EU, are you expecting the EU to simply open the borders and let the Brits through like before?

        Brexit is the UK shooting themselves in both knees, it will cripple supply chains, make quick import / export operations impossible and generally drive business away from the UK. Why the feck is it so hard to understand that the harder, more complicated imports / exports are, the less people will want to deal with the UK and the harder it will for UK companies to sell stuff outside. It's not rocket science, it's plain simple. Yes some of the delays now are simply due to the shock effect of changes and people.not being ready, but after that is sorted all the extra charges, fees, paperwork and additional time consuming operations previously not required will still be there.

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          #24
          Originally posted by dsc View Post
          Uber slow traffic through borders and all the complications with imports / exports is a direct effect of the UK leaving the EU, not the fecking EU fault, why is it so hard to understand? There's different rules and limitations which simply didn't exist before as UK was part of the EU, are you expecting the EU to simply open the borders and let the Brits through like before?

          Brexit is the UK shooting themselves in both knees, it will cripple supply chains, make quick import / export operations impossible and generally drive business away from the UK. Why the feck is it so hard to understand that the harder, more complicated imports / exports are, the less people will want to deal with the UK and the harder it will for UK companies to sell stuff outside. It's not rocket science, it's plain simple. Yes some of the delays now are simply due to the shock effect of changes and people.not being ready, but after that is sorted all the extra charges, fees, paperwork and additional time consuming operations previously not required will still be there.

          It you makes you wonder why America, China and Japan etc. aren't poverty stricken not being part of the EU superstate.
          "If you didn't do anything that wasn't good for you it would be a very dull life. What are you gonna do? Everything that is pleasant in life is dangerous."

          I want to see the hand of history on his collar.

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            #25
            Maybe if you thought about it, did some research then you would be able to answer that question yourself
            Originally posted by vetran View Post
            It you makes you wonder why America, China and Japan etc. aren't poverty stricken not being part of the EU superstate.
            Sent from my 5g carrier pigeon
            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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              #26
              Originally posted by darmstadt View Post
              Maybe if you thought about it, did some research then you would be able to answer that question yourself

              Sent from my 5g carrier pigeon

              Maybe you and the creepy exes could explain why we must be part of the EU to be successful? Lots of bluster not a lot of truth.
              "If you didn't do anything that wasn't good for you it would be a very dull life. What are you gonna do? Everything that is pleasant in life is dangerous."

              I want to see the hand of history on his collar.

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                #27
                Manufacturing output declining rapidly

                IHS Markit said Friday that U.K. output fell at the quickest rate since May, hurt by additional red tape from leaving the European Union single market and a severe lockdown at home.
                I'm alright Jack

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                  #28
                  Originally posted by vetran View Post
                  Maybe you and the creepy exes could explain why we must be part of the EU to be successful? Lots of bluster not a lot of truth.
                  Maybe you could explain the hows and whys of Britain will be more successful being out of the EU because we're still waiting on that from Brexiters?

                  The laws governing free trade and the single market within the EU have been written over the past 30 years and the UK was one of the biggest contributors to them. Now that the UK is no longer part of the EU, why are they moaning about these laws?
                  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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                    #29
                    Originally posted by darmstadt View Post
                    Maybe you could explain the hows and whys of Britain will be more successful being out of the EU because we're still waiting on that from Brexiters?

                    The laws governing free trade and the single market within the EU have been written over the past 30 years and the UK was one of the biggest contributors to them. Now that the UK is no longer part of the EU, why are they moaning about these laws?
                    like this idiot: https://twitter.com/OwenPaterson/sta...60451204648964

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