BREXIT positives and negatives

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Nancy Pelosi confirms that if the NIP is discarded, a bilateral free trade deal with the UK is off the table.

 

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Put that in your cheese hole and smoke it, BoJo.

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9 minutes ago, john_b said:

 

 

Especially galling is how they say it out loud with no shame. They could keep this to themselves, but as there are no consequences for these types, they don't see the irony. The same with Farage and his EU access.

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5 minutes ago, kaffeemitmilch said:

 

Especially galling is how they say it out loud with no shame. They could keep this to themselves, but as there are no consequences for these types, they don't see the irony. The same with Farage and his EU access.


Ah, IIRC the father (and mother, and sister) of Bojo has openly argued for the EU and against his son before and after Brexit. If he moves to France in disgust he’s just being consistent, no comparison with Farage or Bojo there.

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1 minute ago, mtbiking said:

Ah, IIRC the father (and mother, and sister) of Bojo has openly argued for the EU and against his son before and after Brexit. If he moves to France in disgust he’s just being consistent, no comparison with Farage or Bojo there.

He was Remain until they lost the vote, then he was a big pro Brexit fan and it looks like now he realises he´s fucked up so is now back to wanting to be part of the EU.

Remain then changed to pro-Brexit, accused of sexual assault, accused of being a wife-beater. Often caught ignoring Covid rules.

Lovely family the Johnsons.

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Someone will be rolling out that tired old photo of the empty super market shelves again very shortly I'm sure.:D

I just got back today from a 10 day stay in England never saw any empty shelves and got a good pint of bitter (actually several)  in a Whetherspoons for just GBP 1.49, so definitely not all bad.:)

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Yes - we saw no issues in the short time we were there a couple of weeks back. Not that we did a comprehensive survey, but there was more flour there than here, for starters.

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Revenge is sweet. They'll be eating stuff past the sell-by date for years to come. :ph34r:

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Premium Bond holders without a current account in UK (some banks have ceased to provide that service to overseas residents even if they had an account with them since uni days) will have to cash in. That should hit HM Treasury - and the Hong Kong lot will be laughing all the way to the...

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