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But we got our sovrinty back tho and no more non eu immigrants taking all our jobs that id defo do..apart from fruit picking im too good to pick fruit would rather claim benefits and have 6 kids than pick fruit. 

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On 20/06/2021 at 13:37, ginge said:

John Bercow had enough of the tories. He was asked if Hancock was hopeless. His reply was  "I would buy Matt Hancock at my valuation, sell him at his and make a healthy profit."  Shame we have a weak speaker in Hoyle who lets them get away with lying every week at pmqs. 

Berkow,is he the bloke who had 'Bollox To Brexit' in the back of his car.Sounds like another moaning remainer to me?

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18 hours ago, WV said:

But we got our sovrinty back tho and no more non eu immigrants taking all our jobs that id defo do..apart from fruit picking im too good to pick fruit would rather claim benefits and have 6 kids than pick fruit. 

Plus London restaurants have to close insufficient staff, same picture Lake District and all over UK. Still we have Sovereignty to feed us.

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6.52 a. M. EDT06:52

Frost says Brexit supporters didn’t expect the UK’s relationship with the EU to be as difficult now as it is

Frost says the post-Brexit relationship with the UK is “settling in”. But it will be bumpy for a while, he says.

He says that the people who campaigned for the license would have been “surprised” to learn that the relationship with the EU would be as “relatively difficult as it is now”.

Both parties will have to work on that, he says.

 

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4 hours ago, tommytunstall said:

Plus London restaurants have to close insufficient staff, same picture Lake District and all over UK. Still we have Sovereignty to feed us.

Over 1.5 million unemployed in UK, more than enough to fill the vacancies.

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4 hours ago, Fosse69 said:

Can they afford to live in London away from their families, are they trained for the vacancies?  

TT said vacancies in  London plus 'Lake District and all over the UK' - and even I don't need training to pick fruit or pull a pint of ale.

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21 minutes ago, jimbo57 said:

TT said vacancies in  London plus 'Lake District and all over the UK' - and even I don't need training to pick fruit or pull a pint of ale.

If you walk around Ambleside every shop and hotel has a notice in the window asking for staff. Training is not the issue.

The problem is that no-one can afford to live there on £10.50 per hour.

 

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