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[Politics] Brexit

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


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cunning fergus

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NSC Patron
Jan 18, 2009
4,774

This country has a poor record in the deportation game, Professor Tanja Bueltmann needs to up her game on Brexit if this is all she can come up with.





https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/139...and-convicted-rapist-handed-free-travel-cash/

 




Thunder Bolt

Silly old bat
This country has a poor record in the deportation game, Professor Tanja Bueltmann needs to up her game on Brexit if this is all she can come up with.





https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/139...and-convicted-rapist-handed-free-travel-cash/

None of which is anything to do with Brexit. Even the article referr to ‘EU’ judges is referring to the ECHR, not the ECJ, which is the EU court.
It has everything to do with the Home Office failings which has been in Conservative hands since 2010.
 


Happy Exile

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NSC Patron
Apr 19, 2018
1,945

The Brexit bill: £100bn hit to UK exports as toy, medical kit and jewellery sales slump​

Businesses that make an array of products including sporting goods, children’s toys, jewellery and medical equipment have struggled the most with border costs imposed by the UK’s decision to leave the EU, leading to 30 per cent less trade between 2020 and 2023 than if Britain had stayed in the trading bloc.

Since leaving the single market, Britain’s export growth has been sluggish behind other advanced economies, leading to missed growth in goods and services exports of around £23bn quarterly, the analysis reveals.


https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-uk-economy-cost-damage-b2491585.html

Well who could have seen that coming ? Obviously not the NSC Brexit supporters who campaigned for, voted for and created this complete clusterf*** and then ran away blaming everyone else.

Refusing to take any responsibility for what they have done, and now noticeable only by their complete absence from anything outside of their very own 'NSC ignore' defined echo chamber. It was obvious all along that it would be left to the grown ups who campaigned for Remain to try and clear up after they had had their little temper tantrum.

Complete idiocy :dunce:

With regards to the Single Market, my Brexit voting neighbour freely admits that he believed the Vote Leave supporters, some of them prominent MPs, who said we wouldn't leave the Single Market, and also those who said we'd have the upper hand in negotiations. He says he'd have abstained from voting if he'd known what the truth would be. He's angry about it, not so much because he was duped (and refused to believe those who told him what the reality was going to be), nor is he angry about the catastrophic impact on the nation...he's angry because it has directly affected his intent to retire early and rich because his wife's business has been hit so badly. He's probably working another 4 years in a job he hates and with steadily declining health, and he's definitely retiring less wealthy because of his vote.

He also thinks the reason Brexit is a failure (which he acknowledges) is the fault of the EU being "unreasonable" so I think that negates any small kudos he'd have got from admitting the campaign to leave was built on lies. He's gone from a nice bloke who was fun to spend time around to an angry man raging at everyone and everything over the past decade. It's quite sad to see.
 


Thunder Bolt

Silly old bat
With regards to the Single Market, my Brexit voting neighbour freely admits that he believed the Vote Leave supporters, some of them prominent MPs, who said we wouldn't leave the Single Market, and also those who said we'd have the upper hand in negotiations. He says he'd have abstained from voting if he'd known what the truth would be. He's angry about it, not so much because he was duped (and refused to believe those who told him what the reality was going to be), nor is he angry about the catastrophic impact on the nation...he's angry because it has directly affected his intent to retire early and rich because his wife's business has been hit so badly. He's probably working another 4 years in a job he hates and with steadily declining health, and he's definitely retiring less wealthy because of his vote.

He also thinks the reason Brexit is a failure (which he acknowledges) is the fault of the EU being "unreasonable" so I think that negates any small kudos he'd have got from admitting the campaign to leave was built on lies. He's gone from a nice bloke who was fun to spend time around to an angry man raging at everyone and everything over the past decade. It's quite sad to see.
People will not admit to being wrong so torture themselves blaming others.
 






Lever

Well-known member
Feb 6, 2019
5,398
With regards to the Single Market, my Brexit voting neighbour freely admits that he believed the Vote Leave supporters, some of them prominent MPs, who said we wouldn't leave the Single Market, and also those who said we'd have the upper hand in negotiations. He says he'd have abstained from voting if he'd known what the truth would be. He's angry about it, not so much because he was duped (and refused to believe those who told him what the reality was going to be), nor is he angry about the catastrophic impact on the nation...he's angry because it has directly affected his intent to retire early and rich because his wife's business has been hit so badly. He's probably working another 4 years in a job he hates and with steadily declining health, and he's definitely retiring less wealthy because of his vote.

He also thinks the reason Brexit is a failure (which he acknowledges) is the fault of the EU being "unreasonable" so I think that negates any small kudos he'd have got from admitting the campaign to leave was built on lies. He's gone from a nice bloke who was fun to spend time around to an angry man raging at everyone and everything over the past decade. It's quite sad to see.
...but, but, but what happened to 'they need us more than we need them'?
 


Randy McNob

Now go home and get your f#cking Shinebox
Jun 13, 2020
4,540
With regards to the Single Market, my Brexit voting neighbour freely admits that he believed the Vote Leave supporters, some of them prominent MPs, who said we wouldn't leave the Single Market, and also those who said we'd have the upper hand in negotiations. He says he'd have abstained from voting if he'd known what the truth would be. He's angry about it, not so much because he was duped (and refused to believe those who told him what the reality was going to be), nor is he angry about the catastrophic impact on the nation...he's angry because it has directly affected his intent to retire early and rich because his wife's business has been hit so badly. He's probably working another 4 years in a job he hates and with steadily declining health, and he's definitely retiring less wealthy because of his vote.

He also thinks the reason Brexit is a failure (which he acknowledges) is the fault of the EU being "unreasonable" so I think that negates any small kudos he'd have got from admitting the campaign to leave was built on lies. He's gone from a nice bloke who was fun to spend time around to an angry man raging at everyone and everything over the past decade. It's quite sad to see.
Least he's honest unlike most Brexiters who can never admit they were wrong and keep pretending it is or will be great at some point in time
 








WATFORD zero

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Jul 10, 2003
26,322
There is a thing at school football games called a “Brexit tackle”

Genuinely.


It’s where you tackle an opponent, absolutely hammering them, and then don’t win the ball.

This is a thing.

Seven yr old kids know Brexit is a disaster.
I would have thought a tackle where you go flying in recklessly, injure yourself and don't get the ball would be more accurate :wink:
 










DavidinSouthampton

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NSC Patron
Jan 3, 2012
16,763
This country has a poor record in the deportation game, Professor Tanja Bueltmann needs to up her game on Brexit if this is all she can come up with.





https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/139...and-convicted-rapist-handed-free-travel-cash/

Since when has Brexit and the EU had anything to do with Iran, Somalia, Nigeria and the other African Country mentioned in those reports? That’s an extremely feeble effort!
 




Is it PotG?

Thrifty non-licker
Feb 20, 2017
24,029
Sussex by the Sea
Shirley you're not suggesting that people who voted for Brexit deserve the financial hardships they are now experiencing as a result of it ? Although I could see how a case may be made ???
I think the post was regarding the reckless Gazza tackle that caused him to miss several months football. :shrug:
 




WATFORD zero

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NSC Patron
Jul 10, 2003
26,322
Since when has Brexit and the EU had anything to do with Iran, Somalia, Nigeria and the other African Country mentioned in those reports? That’s an extremely feeble effort!

Having been banned from NSC for racism at least twice, he has to get his racist trolling in whatever obscure way he can, very rarely related in anyway to the thread subject :shrug:
 


WATFORD zero

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NSC Patron
Jul 10, 2003
26,322

Brexit delivered 5% blow to UK economy, says Goldman Sachs​

Britain’s economy is 5 per cent smaller than it would have been if the country had chosen to stay in the European Union, according to an analysis by Goldman Sachs.
A sharp hit to UK goods trade, weaker business investment and a steep increase in non-EU migrants coming to Britain, who study rather than work, have held back economic growth.

Analysts at the American investment bank said that “the UK has significantly underperformed other advanced economies since the 2016 EU referendum, with lower growth and higher inflation”.


https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/...ck-to-uk-economy-says-goldman-sachs-pwwqwhfwc

Well how did that happen. It wasn't because we voted for higher inflation and recession was it :shootself

But at least we got back control of our borders ...... oh :dunce:
 
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Is it PotG?

Thrifty non-licker
Feb 20, 2017
24,029
Sussex by the Sea

Brexit delivered 5% blow to UK economy, says Goldman Sachs​

Britain’s economy is 5 per cent smaller than it would have been if the country had chosen to stay in the European Union, according to an analysis by Goldman Sachs.
A sharp hit to UK goods trade, weaker business investment and a steep increase in non-EU migrants coming to Britain, who study rather than work, have held back economic growth.

Analysts at the American investment bank said that “the UK has significantly underperformed other advanced economies since the 2016 EU referendum, with lower growth and higher inflation”.


https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/...ck-to-uk-economy-says-goldman-sachs-pwwqwhfwc

Well how did that happen. It wasn't because we voted for higher inflation and recession would it :shootself

But at least we got back control of our borders ...... oh :dunce:
Cabal, borders, taking back control, £350m on a bus.

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