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2 hours 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.

She'll be right mate! the Magna Carta states that  "the City of London shall have/enjoy its ancient liberties".

Just to be safe though you should probably move to Australia.  While they still let you.

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35 minutes ago, Loiner said:

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.

1. Bravo

https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/products-eurostat-news/-/DDN-20190107-1

The UK can get oranges cheaper from Egypt and South Africa. yeah.

I would not rely on Egypt, they have problems with their neighbors because of the nile dam. However, if the UK does not support the orange growers in Spain, they will have less money and will not go on vacation to London to see the crown jewels. The bottleneck is not the procurement of products, but the sale. The question of how over 50% of UK exports to the EU can be sold elsewhere is much more interesting. And the price difference for the final consumption of the different oranges is minimal, by the way.

 

 

2. That is fine.

Before you asked why the UK shouldn't import cheaper oranges, and now you find that UK companies are moving out of the UK because they can produce cheaper elsewhere. Btw the EU does not prohibit national aid for companies to secure jobs.

Unfortunately, the competitiveness of UK companies within the EU is not the best. The productivity indices are unfortunately only in the lowest mediocrity.

After Brexit alone on the world market, tell me a few products where the UK is leading. Just for the sake of interest.

 

3. Missing

 

4. There must be something in the UK water that makes the Brexiteers smarter than all the other Brits since 47 years.

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2 hours 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 ( 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

Yes. A bit too close for comfort.

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2 hours ago, CorpusChristie said:

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

Still to close.

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3 hours ago, tomacht8 said:

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.

germany had the right idea,after a heavy night on the schnapps merkel opened germanys doors to a million goat herders from the 4th century they,ll be germanys answer to their ageing population problem.

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3 hours ago, Heppinger said:

She'll be right mate! the Magna Carta states that  "the City of London shall have/enjoy its ancient liberties".

Just to be safe though you should probably move to Australia.  While they still let you.

i want to,i,ve got all the immigration forms,one of the questions is "do you have a criminal record?" is it still a requirement ?

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3 hours ago, nauseus said:

Yes. A bit too close for comfort.

Be coherent, take back all UK border posts ( such as Calais)  on UK soil, move the border home

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37 minutes ago, Laughing Gravy said:

But they still do come and come. Just look at the recent murders in the UK lately from immigrants. They are still coming and why is that. It must be a easy life where they come from if a hotel room is not good enough with money and food given to you.

 

They keep coming because the UK is a soft touch like many EU countries. Germany, Sweden, Denmark are all feeling it for their generosity.

 

Just remember we are all in a Thailand forum where a country doesn't put up with fool,s yet it is acceptable for your home country to do the same. No doubt the liberal lefties will be shaking in their boots with anger. Like the Lilly Allen's and other champagne socialists, I don't see her and others opening up their mansions to the immigrants but they are happy to let them into the streets of the people.

 

We have the EU to thank for that.

Be coherent, take back all UK border posts ( such as Calais)  on UK soil

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53 minutes ago, kingdong said:

wait till the eu collapses,all the remainers will be saying how clever we were to have left,

Be coherent, take back all UK border posts ( such as Calais)  on UK soil, move the border home (and save $44m!)

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49 minutes ago, Opl said:

Be coherent, take back all UK border posts ( such as Calais)  on UK soil, move the border home (and save $44m!)

ever had that feeling you,ve heard something somewhere before?

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