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1 hour ago, kingdong said:

we're on our own to handle it,well if the eus antics so far are anything to go by just as well,think a swing to the right is in the post.........

The Australia solution is an option ....Maybe the U.K. have some small Island at purpose to put them on & to keep them there .?..Seems to work for the Australians 🤔

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I think the discussion of illegal immigration and refugees/asylum seekers is best discussed in this thread:  

 

 

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4 hours ago, david555 said:

Up to the United Nstions to go change those International laws ....

 

Good luck for that .... i guess you are in for a long " invasion " .....just as the E.U. is on the other Sea

Sending back those ..?

 

Some carry already several documents "order to leave the x territory ...." which they did by that way ....just following a legal order ..lawyers would claim ...

 

Extra problem is now U.K. is a third country ... so the before aliance treaty's are void ...especially 31 December ...

 

Inherent on ..."No deal brexit..."

You are on your own to handle it i  fear same as us E.U.

 

 

...?

 

 

They should put these in the puzzle section.

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13 hours ago, 7by7 said:

 The UK's opt out of the Schengen zone, like the RoI's, is enshrined in the Schengen Acquis and hence EU law.

 

Both countries, or just the RoI now, could decide to opt in, but cannot be forced to do so. The RoI is unlikely to do so as it values the CTA more. Although with the Johnson/Cummings sell out of Northern Ireland and placing a border down the Irish Sea, who knows? 

 

The UK's opt out of the Euro zone was likewise enshrined in EU law and we could not have been forced to join. Just as Denmark who also opted out cannot be forced to join.

 

It is the Schengen zone and rules with it's open borders which has allowed a substantial number of refugees to reach the pas de Calais; true. But if you look at these UNHCR figures you will see that those arriving in the Pas de Calais and attempting to cross into the UK are a fraction of all refugees arriving in Europe.

 

Many of those who get to France stay and lodge their asylum applications there: 128,940 in 2019 (source) Compare that to the estimated 4000 who have crossed the channel so far this year. Take a lot more attempts in the 3 and a half months remaining to get anywhere near that figure!

The real second number is almost certainly higher than reported. If there are truly 48,000 people 'on hold' around the country then this does suggest that most of the migrants have been in country for several years already whatever, and that the chances of their repatriation are slim.

 

When "paperwork" accidentally falls overboard on the way over, then any previous applications elsewhere might not even matter.

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49 minutes ago, nauseus said:

They should put these in the puzzle section.

your usual reply's don't change anything to the facts ….

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1 hour ago, david555 said:

your usual reply's don't change anything to the facts ….

Will you post the answers tomorrow then?

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1 minute ago, nauseus said:

Will you post the answers tomorrow then?

Just like you say always to others when they ask to explain more  :" I don't have time …"

 

more: I don't take orders 

But I appreciate the smiley's

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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-boris-johnson-trade-deal-us-chlorinated-chicken-a9661846.html

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4 minutes ago, Airbagwill said:

Deal or no deal it really doesnt matter..... As someone who drove commercial vehicles between UK and mainland Europe from  the 1970s to 2000, I experienced the almost total removal of red tape....  to see it returning is beyond belief..... I dont think people realise what massive step backwards this is.

......for a truck driver.....😬

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28 minutes ago, Airbagwill said:

Deal or no deal it really doesnt matter..... As someone who drove commercial vehicles between UK and mainland Europe from  the 1970s to 2000, I experienced the almost total removal of red tape....  to see it returning is beyond belief..... I dont think people realise what massive step backwards this is.

I think you'll find Yorkie bars may be cheaper after Brexit. "A campaign group has suggested that chocolate could go down if unilateral trade deals with chocolate producing countries such as Indonesia and Brazil could remove punitive tariffs imposed by Brussels on exports."

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9 minutes ago, vogie said:

I think you'll find Yorkie bars may be cheaper after Brexit. "A campaign group has suggested that chocolate could go down if unilateral trade deals with chocolate producing countries such as Indonesia and Brazil could remove punitive tariffs imposed by Brussels on exports."

is that so? what a relief for the UK society

 

would have been more of a result if bars in Yorkshire became cheaper . . . . .

 

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