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Damn.  Who could have possibly foreseen that there was a downside to Brexit?

Much of their exports are to restaurants, or wholesalers to restaurants, and many are closed or restricted. A blame game is being played.

Ooh.  Didn't see that one coming...  

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On 1/9/2021 at 8:53 AM, sandyf said:

Because your average Brit doesn't want seafood.

I remember some years ago Lidl had lobsters at a reasonable price and nobody bought them, I bought one when they were reduced quite substantially but even then they weren't selling well.

That's probably because it was Lidl.

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4 hours ago, vogie said:

In 2055 I doubt very much if either of us here will be around to see it, Boris is still adament that 'it will be a once in a lifetime decision' "Scotland voted 'no' and they meant it"

But let's put it another way, if the EU are keeping a light on for liddle old Nicola, I am glad I'm not paying the electric bill.😂😂😂

How the English want to stop a Scottish referendum ? By sending in the army, like Lord Kitchiners' ?

When Scotland form a (con)federation with Eire, ( and maybe also Ulster and Wales), just like Belgium is, they are in the EU in a second ( just like all French overseas territories are ) 

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47 minutes ago, tebee said:

But, lets face it, the English have been so stupid over Brexit, it makes them an easy target...

 

BTW, by that I  mean not every English person, but the current government and their supporters - remember it was the English  voters not the other provinces that wanted the Conservatives. 

People in Wales and Scotland voted in Conservative MP's in the 2019 General election

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_United_Kingdom_general_election_in_Wales

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1 minute ago, vinny41 said:

Yes you are Correct Just England and Wales voted Conservative

 

With labour getting 22 seats and Boris 14, I hardly think Wales voted conservative either

 

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1 minute ago, Susco said:

 

With labour getting 22 seats and Boris 14, I hardly think Wales voted conservative either

 

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14 is still 14 so Wales did vote for the  Conservative's in fact they gained 6 extra seats

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17 minutes ago, vinny41 said:

Once again I have no  idea what you are posting about , Conservatives. won 14 seats in the 2019 General Election out of 40 seats in Wales  so where you get your 42 number who knows

 

The question rather should be, why does someone claim Wales people voted conservative, when they got 35% of the available seats, while labour got 55% of the seats

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