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I work in the transport industry, Warehouses are bulging at the seems with product, another failed project fear

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14 minutes ago, dunroaming said:

So you're answer is to cross your fingers, close your eyes and hope for the best.  Great strategy for protecting the citizens.

As opposed to remaining in the EU with its clear and publicly available agenda? Last time I checked not ONE of the 50,000+ EU laws imposed on the UK since 1990 has been announced in advance.

 

But hey ho, why don't cross your fingers, close your eyes and hope for the best...!

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9 hours ago, kingdong said:

Don,t worry about it,all we,'re doing is hoping for the best,but preparing for the worst,once we,'re out i,'ll give the European union 5 years max.adios amigo.

years max,adios amigo.

Seen now the frightening example the British caused fro themselves, the rest of the EU never want to exoperiment anymore.

In NL we have ONE party in favour of a NEXIT: went in the EU parliament from 4 to ZERO ( )) seats, from 13,5 % to 3,5% of the votes...

In Italy Mr Selfini ( official name Salvini, but as he LOVES to be with everyone on a selfi) and his party are now in the opposition: two parties who HATE each other form a coalition for one and only one reason: get Selfini and his Lega out.

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5 minutes ago, Forethat said:

Last time I checked not ONE of the 50,000+ EU laws imposed on the UK since 1990 has been announced in advance.

Obviously you did not check anything at all.

Agendas are regularly produced for the next years. Each significant law is subject to a prior consultation of various institutions and organisations (such as national regulators, consumer organisations, trade associations etc..), white papers are published, then the law projects are debated in the Councils, the EP, etc...

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9 hours ago, z42 said:

Have to disagree. The people voted in a referendum that was free and fair. Lies were told by all sides in the run up to it.

The ballot paper didn't mention anything about trade deals etc. 

What if another referendum happened and leave won again, well then what?

You can't blame the voting public because of the mess that politicians and bureaucrats from Europe have created with an unwillingness to negotiate reasonably.

The ONLY decission body in the EU, the EU Council, existing of the heads of government of the EU member states is still waiting for ANY British proposal, wich has a chance to be accepted by the UK Parliament,. Till now it was only: no, no. no. no. no. no.  

 

But.. we will see all soon enough, as the French are NOT willing to give any extension, so… Project Fear, even mentioned so clearly in the Boris Cummins Gov. papers, will start 1 Nov. 

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12 minutes ago, candide said:

Obviously you did not check anything at all.

Agendas are regularly produced for the next years. Each significant law is subject to a prior consultation of various institutions and organisations (such as national regulators, consumer organisations, trade associations etc..), white papers are published, then the law projects are debated in the Councils, the EP, etc...

I think you're missing my point completely (most likely deliberately).

 

Let me put it to you this way:

Where do I find information regarding the directives and regulations that EU will introduce during the current and next three EU mandate periods?

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8 hours ago, Laughing Gravy said:

a) Or that they are fed up with the federalisation of Europe.

Also they have greater vision. To say there is no upside to leaving the EU (Brexit) shows hows limited your IQ is. b) How do the USA. China, India Australia, Japan, and all the others cope with not being in the EU.

a) EVERY step made by the EU in further integrations is made AFTER the signing of ALL heads of government of all EU member states. The Lisbon treaty is even ratified in the UK parliament. Same is valid for every future step.

b) When you can get hold of a world map, just look in it. These countries are NOT in Europe. Second: USA is big enough to stand on its own. China: see the impact of ONLY an import duty rise in the USA. Australia: such a small nation. Japan.. has an agreement with the EU. That’s why Honda leaves the UK, as from Japan, no import duty on cars. And India... one big poverty house, despite centuries of British Raj ( plunder) 

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1 hour ago, Thongkorn said:

I work in the transport industry, Warehouses are bulging at the seems with product, another failed project fear

"The only thing to fear,is fear itself"  now those words were spoken by Abraham Lincoln on steps of White House as three British musket balls were heading his way,missing by a country mile,  picked up again by another US politician in 20th century

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38 minutes ago, puipuitom said:

The ONLY decission body in the EU, the EU Council, existing of the heads of government of the EU member states is still waiting for ANY British proposal, wich has a chance to be accepted by the UK Parliament,. Till now it was only: no, no. no. no. no. no.  

 

But.. we will see all soon enough, as the French are NOT willing to give any extension, so… Project Fear, even mentioned so clearly in the Boris Cummins Gov. papers, will start 1 Nov. 

No way the French veto the extension. They're talking tough, puffing their chest out and doing their best to play Bad Cop. In the end they will give in to the other EU nations demands and grant the extension.

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5 hours ago, nauseus said:

Maggie Thatcher would have had us out 28 years ago if she had had the chance.

Thatcher could calculate: the costs of all done now togeter as EU +.. the import duty of all British export to the EU.

Therefore, wanted as much as possible" of my money back". Her bluff worked. Not anymore. For sure the French will give the Briish they wanted with such an historic, landslide and overwhelmingly 51,88 %: a Brexit. Only, will be a hard Brexit. A Yellowhammer Brexit. 

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