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There are approximately  170 countries,that are not in the EU,many doing well

without it,there's all this talk about how very bad it will be for the U.K.,and

little about how bad it's going to affect the EU,they could replace us with the 

likes of Albania,Azerbaijan,Belarus,Bosnia & Herzegovina,Georgia,not forgetting

Turkey,all high quality countries,all waiting to move West as soon as they get in.

 

The Common Market ,before it morphed in to EU ,who seem to want to control

everyone's life, was a good idea,trading,free movement of goods etc, it all went

wrong when they let some of the Eastern bloc countries in,and allowed free movement

of people.

 

regards worgeordie

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1 hour ago, worgeordie said:

There are approximately  170 countries,that are not in the EU,many doing well

without it,there's all this talk about how very bad it will be for the U.K.,and

little about how bad it's going to affect the EU,they could replace us with the 

likes of Albania,Azerbaijan,Belarus,Bosnia & Herzegovina,Georgia,not forgetting

Turkey,all high quality countries,all waiting to move West as soon as they get in.

 

The Common Market ,before it morphed in to EU ,who seem to want to control

everyone's life, was a good idea,trading,free movement of goods etc, it all went

wrong when they let some of the Eastern bloc countries in,and allowed free movement

of people.

 

regards worgeordie

 

Yeah it really went wrong for the eastern countries, nurses and doctors are leaving left and right to the UK, Germany and co causing them problems: https://www.politico.eu/article/doctors-nurses-migration-health-care-crisis-workers-follow-the-money-european-commission-data/

 

This is horrible and has to stop. Glad the UK as the major benefactor of this is stepping up and sending them back to take care of their own elders and sick people instead.

 

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1 hour ago, worgeordie said:

it all went

wrong when they let some of the Eastern bloc countries in,and allowed free movement

of people.

Britain was a keen supporter and indeed a “driver” of accession of Central and Eastern European countries into the EU from early on. Same for freedom of movement for workers from these countries.

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6 hours ago, juice777 said:

I don't believe a word of it I heard the owner is going to make a ton of cash shorting the pound. But Public opinion is changing I think I can tell by the difference on this Forum. I stopped posting for about a year for various reasons and It looks that some of the Brexit mob have stopped posting there more posting against Brexit now, I would say as they go silent as the penny drops. Let's keep our fingers crossed there is another vote.

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Very accurate - I noticed it too. There are a few Spitfire flying, tea drinking weather obsessed diehards out there but they seem to have retreated given they only NOW understand the mess.

 

Still to be fair it wasn't their fault they were hoodwinked.

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2 hours ago, AGareth2 said:

looking forward to the next referendum

to rejoin the EU

It will happen - once the old generation that selfishly voted for Brexit have popped off, the younger generation who overwhelmingly didn't want Brexit and were shafted by the codgers, will restore sanity. 

 

Shouldn't be long now till the selfish old uns are underground.

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4 minutes ago, Handsome Gardener said:

It will happen - once the old generation that selfishly voted for Brexit have popped off, the younger generation who overwhelmingly didn't want Brexit and were shafted by the codgers, will restore sanity. 

 

Shouldn't be long now till the selfish old uns are underground.

Wot? You mean the same ones who dragged me in as a teenager?

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10 hours ago, Laughing Gravy said:

I know all about sampling and it, I will say it again does not always come up with the correct result.

 

If you can't be bothered to vote and have the ability to, you can't complain. 3 years on and you are still not accepting the referendum result. the largest turnout in the UK's History and you still try and belittle the 52%, as the 'tiny majority'.

 

It seems to be a remainer trait.

Interesting - the odds of a hung parliament were 16/1 at the last election, but the BBC called it spot on through small samples at each station. You clearly don't understand it.

 

Leave did not 'represent' 52%, you need to add 'of those that voted'  - as much as it hurts, of the people eligible to vote the leave camp won just 25% leaving no mandate whatsoever for the forthcoming carnage. 

 

Its why you are frothing to get this over the line, what on earth do you have to fear from a second referendum I wonder ? 

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5 minutes ago, Handsome Gardener said:

It will happen - once the old generation that selfishly voted for Brexit have popped off, the younger generation who overwhelmingly didn't want Brexit and were shafted by the codgers, will restore sanity. 

 

Shouldn't be long now till the selfish old uns are underground.

Yes I know what you mean.

 

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14 hours ago, edwinchester said:

Was it blue?

Did it make you happy ? Anyway if Britain wants to get nasty then French,Belgium and Dutch fisherman can take place in beggar your neighbour jollies in the channel which they are planning in the event of a no deal and stop British fisherman landing their catches in France .Then the navies will be involved. Gonna be fun for sure - even if we do leave we'll be begging to get back in by Xmas. I've started the panic buying already as it's a no brainer as stocks will run low and get more expensive. Got 250 loo rolls and 200 kitchen towels and 500 bin liners  - like money in the bank - they'll last forever and save money as the pound gets rinsed. Oh and 10 pairs of 2.5 pound shop reading glasses which I keep breaking. First rule of panic buying is get their first whilst their are still stocks to hoard. Plus for us Remainiacs it's a political act - Tv pics of empty shelves and maybe bank runs piles down the pressure on mad BoJo and his traitorous coup-makers. As Dominic Cummings said "by any means necessary". Must get a kilo of parmesan in as well. Other things to stock up on whilst the shelves are full.........Remoaners get ready to join  the Resistance.....or should I say Maquis in honour of our French brethren. 

 

Tea bags
Toilet roll toilet paper
Rice
Cereal
Pasta
Tinned beans canned beans
Tinned soup
Tinned rice pudding
Tinned chopped tomatoes
Tinned sweetcorn
Tinned peaches
Coffee
Lentils
Sugar
Bread flour
Dried yeast
Instant bread mix
Tinned tuna
Tinned mushy peas
Jars of hot dogs
Pasta sauce
Porridge
Squash
Long-life milk
Dishwasher liquid

 

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7 hours ago, Laughing Gravy said:

What lies are you on about the 900,000 jobs that would be lost immediately if we left the EU.

 

Now now you don't want us to bring up the bus right ? 

 

PS We haven't left yet …….. (Did you see unemployment went up today for the first time since 2017 🤫)

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12 minutes ago, Handsome Gardener said:
2 hours ago, AGareth2 said:

looking forward to the next referendum

to rejoin the EU

It will happen - once the old generation that selfishly voted for Brexit have popped off, the younger generation who overwhelmingly didn't want Brexit and were shafted by the codgers, will restore sanity. 

 

Shouldn't be long now till the selfish old uns are underground.

Once we've left the EU it'll take several years before remainers would get a chance to try to drag us back in. By that time the EU project will have continued on it's decline; a decline accelerated by the UK's heroic exit.

 

The public will have seen the project fear lies for what they are. Youngsters will still be able to travel and even study in Europe (as they always could pre-EU). UK businesses will overcome any short term challenges (as they always do). The UK will be in control of it's own destiny, and will not be pulled further into political and fiscal union with a bunch of countries which are far too diverse to be tied together that way. The EU, Ireland and the UK will have new procedures in place to avoid installing border infrastructure. 

 

I'd be surprised if even 10% of the electorate would want to rejoin the EU once the truth is out. 

 

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36 minutes ago, Handsome Gardener said:

Very accurate - I noticed it too. There are a few Spitfire flying, tea drinking weather obsessed diehards out there but they seem to have retreated given they only NOW understand the mess.

 

Still to be fair it wasn't their fault they were hoodwinked.

Well as Dominic Cummings  said of David Davies "thick as mince"............not of course that applies to anyone here as I wouldn't want a third 3 day ban or would I .....

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3 hours ago, ThomasThBKK said:

 

Yeah it really went wrong for the eastern countries, nurses and doctors are leaving left and right to the UK, Germany and co causing them problems: https://www.politico.eu/article/doctors-nurses-migration-health-care-crisis-workers-follow-the-money-european-commission-data/

 

This is horrible and has to stop. Glad the UK as the major benefactor of this is stepping up and sending them back to take care of their own elders and sick people instead.

 

It might have been ok IF it was just Doctors and nurses

regards worgeordie

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24 minutes ago, Handsome Gardener said:

Now now you don't want us to bring up the bus right ? 

 

PS We haven't left yet …….. (Did you see unemployment went up today for the first time since 2017 🤫)

Did you accidentally overlook the rest of the employment news that came out today? I'll put your comment about unemployment into context: 

 

- Wage growth in the UK reached an 11-year high in the year to June, and the employment rate was its joint highest since 1971, official figures show.

- Wage growth rose to 3.9%, while the estimated 76.1% employment rate was the best since comparative records began.

- However, the unemployment rate in the April to June period showed a slight rise.

 

 

 

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