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Beyond Brexit - A new dawn? A leap of faith?


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2 hours ago, sunny boslem said:

 

Yes,why deprive a neighbouring country of a vaccine that they have no intention of using.If the EU can't handle a medical crisis,how would it cope with a military crisis?

Never mind,as long as the trade's running smoothly?It's turned into a bit more than a trading bloc unfortunately.

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14 minutes ago, For Us All said:

Yes,why deprive a neighbouring country of a vaccine that they have no intention of using.If the EU can't handle a medical crisis,how would it cope with a military crisis?

Never mind,as long as the trade's running smoothly?It's turned into a bit more than a trading bloc unfortunately.

I've asked Brexiters on here where they get their news from. The answer seems to be a computer generated voice on an anonymous YouTube channel.

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7 minutes ago, hillmanhunter said:

I've asked Brexiters on here where they get their news from. The answer seems to be a computer generated voice on an anonymous YouTube channel.

Sunni pays for his from NF. 

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9 minutes ago, hillmanhunter said:

I've asked Brexiters on here where they get their news from. The answer seems to be a computer generated voice on an anonymous YouTube channel.

So are you saying that the EU haven't deprived a neighbouring country of a vaccine that they have no intention of using?

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22 minutes ago, sunny boslem said:

Not interested in how the are proving to be what we already knew 

thanks to sir farage 

There's a misunderstanding about the EU, That they're a friendly bunch.

They are absolutely ruthless when it comes to dealing with other parties. It makes sense, really. If you've got the kind of leverage they have then you'd be foolish not to use it.

What exactly is the computer voice complaining about? Is it that the EU are trying to look out for their own interest?

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Such a lot of lies going on 😂

 

Just a reminder that we voted to leave, overwhelmingly for sovereignty. We wanted our Government to have the power to propose laws without the threat of brussels disallowing it. Classic example = a sensible immigration policy. 

 

Remainers never gave any reasons why we could have that in the EU, they just tried to dismiss it because they know it's the brexit smoking gun.

 

However many times you try to drag the argument on to economics - just remember that it was not the reason we left. 

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16 minutes ago, Regal Beagle said:

Such a lot of lies going on 😂

 

Just a reminder that we voted to leave, overwhelmingly for sovereignty. We wanted our Government to have the power to propose laws without the threat of brussels disallowing it. Classic example = a sensible immigration policy. 

 

Remainers never gave any reasons why we could have that in the EU, they just tried to dismiss it because they know it's the brexit smoking gun.

 

However many times you try to drag the argument on to economics - just remember that it was not the reason we left. 

Absolute tosh.

Why even try and lie about something that's so easily disprovable?

 

The Vote leave take control org released their reasons to leave.

1. Save £350m a week to spend elsewhere (economics)

2. In charge of our own boarders

3. Free to Trade with the world leading to new opportunities and new jobs (economics)

4. We can make our own laws.

http://www.voteleavetakecontrol.org/why_vote_leave.html

So you are in fact... wrong.

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3 hours ago, hillmanhunter said:

There's a misunderstanding about the EU, That they're a friendly bunch.

They are absolutely ruthless when it comes to dealing with other parties. It makes sense, really. If you've got the kind of leverage they have then you'd be foolish not to use it.

What exactly is the computer voice complaining about? Is it that the EU are trying to look out for their own interest?

It probably makes sense to the EU but will ripping up contracts and blocking exports help them long term.Will potential investors and companies want to do business?

 

 

 

 

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