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

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    So previously if you subscribed to Sky or similar content in your EU country, you could stream that service in another EU country. Not anymore for the UK. Another lovely little Brexit benefit.

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      So previously if you subscribed to Sky or similar content in your EU country, you could stream that service in another EU country. Not anymore for the UK. Another lovely little Brexit benefit.
      I think it has been established beyond any doubt that the reality of the chosen Brexit has turned out shite for the ordinary citizen.

      Sadly we are still waiting for a politician to fix it.

      "Russia is drowning Ukraine in tears and blood and children's corpses"
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      SO SAD

      £6m spent dealing with Brexit and now nothing to support soaring energy bills

      Answer - Move 1000 jobs to Netherlands, easier to do business and proper support in place. Energy bills capped at 5.5%

      https://twitter.com/LBC/status/1559213230790156288
      There was truth and there was untruth, and if you clung to the truth even against the whole world, you were not mad....George Orwell
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      SO SAD

      £6m spent dealing with Brexit and now nothing to support soaring energy bills

      Answer - Move 1000 jobs to Netherlands, easier to do business and proper support in place. Energy bills capped at 5.5%

      https://twitter.com/LBC/status/1559213230790156288
      That doesn't ring true. What's the company called, for one thing? Why don't reports give its name? It's not to stop his employees finding out, because with info such as 11 storage depots exporting to Europe and the director is called Lee and lives in watford, there is enough info for all the employees to know who it is.

      Where is the evidence of the 5.5% cap on price increases in the Netherlands? This Dutch site seems to believe they have the most expensive energy in Europe.

      https://www.dutchnews.nl/news/2022/0...ive-in-europe/

      Would a company really shut down 11 depots for the temporary advantage of prices which are less in the short term? Would a company director really believe that Dutch prices of energy (and they are heavily dependant on natural gas) are safe, in the long term, to be significantly less than the UK? Could a company that needs 11 cold food storage premises around the UK run the same business from Rotterdam?

      There are loads of questions to ask before you start feeling sad about a company which may not even exist.
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      That doesn't ring true. What's the company called, for one thing? Why don't reports give its name? It's not to stop his employees finding out, because with info such as 11 storage depots exporting to Europe and the director is called Lee and lives in watford, there is enough info for all the employees to know who it is.

      Where is the evidence of the 5.5% cap on price increases in the Netherlands? This Dutch site seems to believe they have the most expensive energy in Europe.

      https://www.dutchnews.nl/news/2022/0...ive-in-europe/

      Would a company really shut down 11 depots for the temporary advantage of prices which are less in the short term? Would a company director really believe that Dutch prices of energy (and they are heavily dependant on natural gas) are safe, in the long term, to be significantly less than the UK? Could a company that needs 11 cold food storage premises around the UK run the same business from Rotterdam?

      There are loads of questions to ask before you start feeling sad about a company which may not even exist.
      Probably more Project Fear just like that raging inflation and shrinking GDP stuff
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      Quote Originally Posted by dsr-burnley View Post
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      That doesn't ring true. What's the company called, for one thing? Why don't reports give its name? It's not to stop his employees finding out, because with info such as 11 storage depots exporting to Europe and the director is called Lee and lives in watford, there is enough info for all the employees to know who it is.

      Where is the evidence of the 5.5% cap on price increases in the Netherlands? This Dutch site seems to believe they have the most expensive energy in Europe.

      https://www.dutchnews.nl/news/2022/0...ive-in-europe/

      Would a company really shut down 11 depots for the temporary advantage of prices which are less in the short term? Would a company director really believe that Dutch prices of energy (and they are heavily dependant on natural gas) are safe, in the long term, to be significantly less than the UK? Could a company that needs 11 cold food storage premises around the UK run the same business from Rotterdam?

      There are loads of questions to ask before you start feeling sad about a company which may not even exist.
      In the end the lure of the single market is too much.

      Zero support for business with energy bills uncapped, government nowhere, Zombie PM on 2nd holiday in 3 weeks and nothing from the 2 wannabee Thatcher tribute acts. Enough is enough...

      Netherlands have done well out of Brexit and it will continue...
      There was truth and there was untruth, and if you clung to the truth even against the whole world, you were not mad....George Orwell

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