View Poll Results: If there was a second Brexit referendum how would you vote?

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      Bless him. IDS was never the sharpest tool. So dense and useless, the tories dumped him as leader before he even had chance to fight an election. An odious vile man from his time at the DWP, his policies casing death and misery for thousands. He clearly doesn't grasp the concept of a binding contract. Maybe he didn't understand the withdrawal agreement or he did, and probably like his dishonest and disingenuous leader, thought the UK could welch on the deal. Still, the UK hold all the cards eh.......
      Who can ever forget his 'quiet man' speech at the party conference? I wonder how often he plays it back to himself thinking 'what was the matter with that, it wasn't so bad?'.

      A nasty piece of work indeed.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Pinkie Brown View Post
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      Bless him. IDS was never the sharpest tool. So dense and useless, the tories dumped him as leader before he even had chance to fight an election. An odious vile man from his time at the DWP, his policies casing death and misery for thousands. He clearly doesn't grasp the concept of a binding contract. Maybe he didn't understand the withdrawal agreement or he did, and probably like his dishonest and disingenuous leader, thought the UK could welch on the deal. Still, the UK hold all the cards eh.......
      IDS was all too keen 9 months ago to rush the WA through without proper scrutiny, suck it up son

      https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top...tter-1-6778151
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      Another master stoke from Project Shoot Yourself in the Foot. Checks at Dover for goods outward (i.e. those valuable exports): only lorries containing fresh fish and live chicks will be allowed to take the quick route. All other perishable foodstuffs will have to queue. This is Operation Brock, designed last year to facilitate cross channel trade in the exceptional circumstances of a no deal Brexit. This is now the default policy.

      UK farmers - a good number of whom were Brexit fans - now fear that food will be left to rot at ports. But this is OK because the world has too much food and the UK has too many exports and farmers aren't going to struggle at all after Brexit and everything will be world class and incredible.
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      Another master stoke from Project Shoot Yourself in the Foot. Checks at Dover for goods outward (i.e. those valuable exports): only lorries containing fresh fish and live chicks will be allowed to take the quick route. All other perishable foodstuffs will have to queue. This is Operation Brock, designed last year to facilitate cross channel trade in the exceptional circumstances of a no deal Brexit. This is now the default policy.

      UK farmers - a good number of whom were Brexit fans - now fear that food will be left to rot at ports. But this is OK because the world has too much food and the UK has too many exports and farmers aren't going to struggle at all after Brexit and everything will be world class and incredible.
      Its reassuring that any fish coming the other way will be waved through as well (together with everything else)

      We're about to discover though that the WTO has rules just like the EU, welcome to the brave new world of most favoured nation

      Its not the most democratic of organisations either, just for seat you us. Forget your elected MEP's...
      Last edited by nicko31; 06-08-2020 at 14:28.
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      Its reassuring that any fish coming the other way will be waved through as well (together with everything else)

      We're about to discover though that the WTO has rules just like the EU, welcome to the brave new world of most favoured nation

      Its not the most democratic of organisations either, just for seat you us. Forget your elected MEP's...
      Let's be honest: most of the folk who voted for Brexit would probably not know the difference between the WTO and the WHO and yet would happily demonise the EU without knowing very much about its structures, policies or impact. That's democracy, I guess.
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      I’m semi excited to see the fall out when the French open the flood gates and start to wave immigrants Through.
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      Its reassuring that any fish coming the other way will be waved through as well (together with everything else)

      We're about to discover though that the WTO has rules just like the EU, welcome to the brave new world of most favoured nation

      Its not the most democratic of organisations either, just for seat you us. Forget your elected MEP's...
      we only consume 25% of the fish in British waters, once the EU slap a tariff on (virtually all is exported to the EU) there'll be mountains of it sitting unsold

      Maybe we can build a wall of fish to stop the immigrants?
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      Another master stoke from Project Shoot Yourself in the Foot. Checks at Dover for goods outward (i.e. those valuable exports): only lorries containing fresh fish and live chicks will be allowed to take the quick route. All other perishable foodstuffs will have to queue. This is Operation Brock, designed last year to facilitate cross channel trade in the exceptional circumstances of a no deal Brexit. This is now the default policy.

      UK farmers - a good number of whom were Brexit fans - now fear that food will be left to rot at ports. But this is OK because the world has too much food and the UK has too many exports and farmers aren't4 going to struggle at all after Brexit and everything will be world class and incredible.

      Oven ready, frictionless trade.
      Dominic Cummings - “a hard rain is coming”

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