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[Politics] Brexit

If there was a second Brexit referendum how would you vote?


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Garry Nelson's teacher

Well-known member
May 11, 2015
5,257
Bloody Worthing!
It seems like the staffing crisis in the private care sector has forced this Brexit-crazed government to review the ease of acquiring the very same overseas staff who left in droves after Brexit. So, clearly this is exactly the sort of dismantling of bureaucracy that Brest was all about, or so we were told. Oh hang on..............
 


nicko31

Well-known member
Jan 7, 2010
17,791
Gods country fortnightly
Almost nothing in the news on this, "EU’s financial services chief, Mairead McGuinness, has confirmed that UK-based derivatives clearing houses will no longer have access to the European Union after June 2025."

https://www.cityam.com/brexit-city-...-derivatives-clearing-access-after-june-2025/

If only we had Jacob earlier we could have avoided this.

Who's going clean up??

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nicko31

Well-known member
Jan 7, 2010
17,791
Gods country fortnightly








Garry Nelson's teacher

Well-known member
May 11, 2015
5,257
Bloody Worthing!
The trade experts at Sussex Uni estimated that the benefits from the newly signed (and much heralded) trade deals amount to about 50p per head of the population. And that the trade lost was about 170 times that value.

Happy to be corrected if wrong, but I'm really beginning to think that not only were some of us right with our predictions of the Brexit downsides but might have actually under-stated them.
 








Pretty Plnk Fairy

Well-known member
NSC Patron
Jan 30, 2008
790








Randy McNob

Now go home and get your f#cking Shinebox
Jun 13, 2020
4,540


WATFORD zero

Well-known member
NSC Patron
Jul 10, 2003
26,322
Wise words 'PPF' ... the more of that marmite muck, we get rid of the better [emoji6]

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On the subject of Brexit, what is NSC's most ardent Unionist backing today ? The Northern Ireland protocol that he campaigned for, voted for and now doesn't want, or triggering article 16 and crashing Johnson's deal that he campaigned for and voted for ? Tough decision :dunce:

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nicko31

Well-known member
Jan 7, 2010
17,791
Gods country fortnightly




JC Footy Genius

Bringer of TRUTH
Jun 9, 2015
10,568
Great news, trading pacts with countries in same region who have large import export trade is a sensible and logical idea
Finally we can agree on something Mr Nob ... but, unfortunately, in this part of the world, freedom to trade is inextricably linked to a political project of ever closer union.

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