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15 hours ago, WV said:

Any brexiteers willing to take a bet that there are food and fuel shortages in December?  Obviously if there are no issues and its all made up fear mongering then you are all quids in..

There most probably will be shortages of some sort for which the media will turn in to a frenzy but Brexit is not the main cause and hasn’t been for the recent issues. 

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10 hours ago, WV said:

I don't read the guardian. I've been reading euronews. There are issues in a lot of places now but they are more severe here due to brexit. 👍

More severe?

There's a record backlog of cargo ships at California ports in the latest supply chain disruption hitting the US.At the port of LA,the amount of cargo is up 30% this year so far,compared with the whole of 2020.And that's despite Brexit according to the BBC?

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33 minutes ago, For Us All said:

More severe?

There's a record backlog of cargo ships at California ports in the latest supply chain disruption hitting the US.At the port of LA,the amount of cargo is up 30% this year so far,compared with the whole of 2020.And that's despite Brexit according to the BBC?

The BBC article says trade from Asia to the USA is up about 25% compared to 2019 and not as quoted above. It does not mention Brexit.

 

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7 minutes ago, Tony Rodriguez said:

The BBC article says trade from Asia to the USA is up about 25% compared to 2019 and not as quoted above. It does not mention Brexit.

 

25% since when? I think it was FUAs poor gramma, not saying the BBC mentioned Brexit.

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On 16/10/2021 at 10:03, philpvfc said:

So there was fuel in the pump you used. Why assume because a full pump was out that it is because the site has run out of fuel?

One pump had fuel in. Its my local garage.  Ive never seen one pump out of action before let alone just one pump in action. Nothing to see here, all is normal.. 🙈

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Only 36% of those polled would vote for Brexit again, compared to 45% who would vote to Remain.

No region, social class, or age group thinks Brexit will benefit them financially; with only 22% of leave voters thinking they'll have personal gains from exiting the EU.

 

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21 minutes ago, Joe B said:

Only 36% of those polled would vote for Brexit again, compared to 45% who would vote to Remain.

No region, social class, or age group thinks Brexit will benefit them financially; with only 22% of leave voters thinking they'll have personal gains from exiting the EU.

 

Not suprising really when The London Economic was supportive of Corbyn and took a pro-Remain standpoint in the Referendum!!

 

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On 18/10/2021 at 10:10, WV said:

One pump had fuel in. Its my local garage.  Ive never seen one pump out of action before let alone just one pump in action. Nothing to see here, all is normal.. 🙈

The fuel tanks feed multiple pumps. If all grades are out on a pump there is a far higher chance that there is an issue with the pump rather than a fuel shortage. Usually when there is a fuel shortage you will see multiple pumps without a certain grade.

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On 19/10/2021 at 16:21, For Us All said:

Not suprising really when The London Economic was supportive of Corbyn and took a pro-Remain standpoint in the Referendum!!

 

The poll was done by the Mail on Sunday; London Economic is just reporting the poll which appear in the MoS paper. No relevance.

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17 hours ago, geosname said:

It seems there are shortages in China,  Africa, South and North America and a few other places......

Brexit seems to have a lot to answer for.

Such a naive response. You make it sound very black and white, which of course we all know it isn't. Being disingenuous is no good to either side of the debate. 

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