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29 minutes ago, Davebrad said:

surprisingly you pick 2 of the top vaccine rollout countries, and hungary have bought the russian sputnik one which the eu have not authorized yet... 

You asked if any countries in the EU were rolling the vaccine out. I named 2 that are. What was your point then? Brexit hasn't made a slight bit of difference to the roll out despite your insistence it has. Those countries have been free to source and sort out their own vaccines despite you saying that brexit is the reason for ours. Ludicrous dave. 

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22 minutes ago, Davebrad said:

oh i do like a bit of choccy...

Mondelez International, which split from Kraft two years after the US food firm bought Cadbury in 2010, has said it will move some chocolate production which currently takes place in continental Europe to Bournville.

It said it will increase the number of bars it makes at the factory near Birmingham as it launches a £15 million investment plan for the site.

The company, which also makes Oreo and Maynards Bassetts sweets, said £11 million of the funding will go towards creating a new production “line of the future”.

This will allow it to consolidate the production of most of its Dairy Milk tablet at the site from 2022

Drop in the ocean. 

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23 minutes ago, WV said:

You asked if any countries in the EU were rolling the vaccine out. I named 2 that are. What was your point then? Brexit hasn't made a slight bit of difference to the roll out despite your insistence it has. Those countries have been free to source and sort out their own vaccines despite you saying that brexit is the reason for ours. Ludicrous dave. 

"There are none so blind as those who will not see. The most deluded people are those who choose to ignore what they already know.

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34 minutes ago, Davebrad said:

"There are none so blind as those who will not see. The most deluded people are those who choose to ignore what they already know.

So you think brexit is the reason for our so far successful vaccine rollout? Easy question, 2 options only to answer. If you can manage that instead of speaking in riddles. 

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43 minutes ago, Davebrad said:

is that the nautical equivalent of, from little acorns...

 

Wow and £11m investment.  <ovf censored> me a euromillions winner would invest more on houses and cars. 🤣

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3 hours ago, tommytunstall said:

So please enlighten us. Was it the Job losses, Tariffs, Expensive food, More difficult to travel, or just the sovereignty?

I've just told you - you lost. Now try to get over it and move on.

Oh and by the way, there is a slight problem with a virus right now  that might have some bearing on your questions.

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1 hour ago, Davebrad said:

oh i do like a bit of choccy...

Mondelez International, which split from Kraft two years after the US food firm bought Cadbury in 2010, has said it will move some chocolate production which currently takes place in continental Europe to Bournville.

It said it will increase the number of bars it makes at the factory near Birmingham as it launches a £15 million investment plan for the site.

The company, which also makes Oreo and Maynards Bassetts sweets, said £11 million of the funding will go towards creating a new production “line of the future”.

This will allow it to consolidate the production of most of its Dairy Milk tablet at the site from 2022

From the same article...

Mondelez said it has invested more than £80 million into Bournville since 2014 to modernise the factory and make it more efficient.
 

Sounds like yet another thing that people are claiming as a Brexit positive that has NOTHING to do with Brexit.

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1 hour ago, Iron Curtain said:

From the same article...

Mondelez said it has invested more than £80 million into Bournville since 2014 to modernise the factory and make it more efficient.
 

Sounds like yet another thing that people are claiming as a Brexit positive that has NOTHING to do with Brexit.

Surprising he missed that bit out 🤣

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9 hours ago, Jacko51 said:

Dave and Co, can we stop all this crying about the EU being nasty and vindictive please?  Our right wing press has been nasty and vindictive to the EU for 30 years or more.  If you can't take it, don't dish it out.

Image result for up yours delors headline

It’s seems a popular ploy for the right, it was the same with trump. Play the hard man while also playing the victim. Your ‘enemy’ is also weak but all powerful and to be feared. Then just delete as applicable depending on what argument you want to make at the time. No need for any consistency because that’s not what the supporters are after. They just went to ‘win’.

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11 hours ago, jimbo57 said:

I've just told you - you lost. Now try to get over it and move on.

Oh and by the way, there is a slight problem with a virus right now  that might have some bearing on your questions.

🤣 so you don't have a single answer to the question then. Keep digging in while making yourself look extremely daft and very much a little Englander. 

As long as "you" "won" though. 

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22 minutes ago, hillmanhunter said:

I found this article interesting and depressing. Of course, it won't be news to all those that knew what they were voting for.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-55887043

Its just the EU being nasty.

We knew EXACTLY what we voted for.

Its only paperwork. 

Its the businesses own fault they should have prepared. 

We won you lost get over it 

 

Jim, Dave etc i saved you the bother of typing out your response. Just copy and paste from above. 

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15 hours ago, WV said:

You asked if any countries in the EU were rolling the vaccine out. I named 2 that are. What was your point then? Brexit hasn't made a slight bit of difference to the roll out despite your insistence it has. Those countries have been free to source and sort out their own vaccines despite you saying that brexit is the reason for ours. Ludicrous dave. 

Ask yourself why those two countries went alone and one other will have to wait until 2024 until it reaches its vaccine target?

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17 minutes ago, For Us All said:

Ask yourself why those two countries went alone and one other will have to wait until 2024 until it reaches its vaccine target?

Whatever the answer is it is nothing to do with Brexit. 

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