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2 hours ago, tomacht8 said:

And also there, they only pay a handful of taxes. 

The EU will shortly be regulating this.

 

Brussels Taxing the digital economy: Commission proposes new measures to make all companies in the EU pay fair taxes

 

yeah right,these things take time,its only been 47 years so far,and when are the eu golng to present a set of accounts?not holding my breath to see it in my lifetime.

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15 minutes ago, kingdong said:

yeah right,these things take time,its only been 47 years so far,and when are the eu golng to present a set of accounts?not holding my breath to see it in my lifetime.

47 years? Well, the New Economy doesn't exist for that long. But I agree with you that the EU is a slow shop. But when laws come out, they are mostly well thought out and have a long life. The British have worked well in the past in the EU.

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6 minutes ago, tomacht8 said:

47 years? Well, the New Economy doesn't exist for that long. But I agree with you that the EU is a slow shop. But when laws come out, they are mostly well thought out and have a long life. The British have worked well in the past in the EU.

like freedom of movement and beneflts payments to eu citizens?

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1 minute ago, kingdong said:

i no like it,one way street 2 million eu citizns in uk,too easy to get benefit in uk,unless you british .uk must pay benefit to lazy eu people under eu rules and cannot say sling your hook,thats why british people vote leave,is good thing for british people,yes?

There are studies on. A minority of EU foreigners abuse the system. Not just in the UK only. But the majority are hardworking and pay taxes too. Without the EU foreigners, the British crop industry and the sick and elderly would suffer. It is important to differentiate between EU foreigners and non-EU foreigners who come from the former British colonies.

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1 minute ago, kingdong said:

a ponce is a ponce no matter where they,re from,and the uk has enough indigenous ponces so british people say leave eu,eu has lots of ponces from all over the world who all want to come to britain,we have too much poncing already without importing more.

Well, then everything is fine. With Brexit, foreigners will no longer come.

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2 hours ago, Laughing Gravy said:

I will add this to my list. Too many non Brits telling Brits what is good for them and give us your money. You need the EU and you need to give us your fishing rights and do what we say. Same mantra being spewed for years. Finally the people got the opportunity to say no. No more.

 

Accept it or stop talking a load of old tripe.

You've got to get ready, I'm not telling you what is good for you (as a non Brit) - BUT in real life, the Continent is just ( edited: 20 miles/France and the Continent)  away - Brexit or no Brexit - Accept it

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/oct/08/uk-fishing-exports-48-hours-no-deal-brexit

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5 minutes ago, Opl said:

You've got to get ready, I'm not telling you what is good for you (as a non Brit) - BUT in real life, the Continent is just 300 miles away - Brexit or no Brexit - Accept it

 

I do believe its more like 20 miles away , France from the UK

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Just now, CorpusChristie said:

I do believe its more like 20 miles away , France from the UK

Yes indeed!   

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4 hours ago, Pattaya46 said:

Uh? EU never wanted to stop UK to do that, and would no have any way to do so anyway.

What UK agrees with countries outside EU is not EU business. Everyone agrees on that.

 

post withdrawal, ie as of next year - yes

pre withdrawal, third party trade is the Commission's responsibiity

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1 hour ago, tomacht8 said:

Well, then everything is fine. With Brexit, foreigners will no longer come.

hallelujah

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2 hours ago, tomacht8 said:

1. What a stupid question.

   The UK grow oranges? 

 

2. Even in a Brexit UK, the UK cannot prevent relocation from Companies 

abroad. Or should all companies be nationalized?

 

3. Unfortunately only shouting without substance. Therefore I save my comment. Logically you say that the UK politicians of the past 40 years have all been stupid.

1. Exactly why the UK does not need EU tariffs. We do not grow oranges, so will be able to import them more cheaply without the EU tariff which protects the Spanish growers.

 

2. Now we are out of the EU, we don't have to watch EU grant factory relocations to the EU and the same products being imported back to the UK. We can provide state aid where we need to or apply tariffs to EU imports.

 

4. Yes, the politicians of the past 40 years have been stupid. Fortunately, we are now free of that political Europhile stupidity.

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1 minute ago, kingdong said:

hallelujah

555. Yes.

Have you ever looked at the age structure of the population pyramid in the UK?

In addition to the horrendous debts, the few young Britons also have to earn pensions for the big group of aging pensioners.

And life expectancy is also increasing.

I am excited to see what well-paid high-tech products the UK will deliver over the next 20 years to supply the growing army of the elderly without immigration. Not to mention the possibilities of international market access.

Hallelujah.

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