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More good news as we sign a free trade deal with Australia worth £10 billion.It also allows 18-35 year olds to to work and travel in Australia for up to three years at at a time, removing previous visa requirements.
It will boost our economy by £2.3 billion per year and unlock £10.4 billion of imports and exports by 2035.
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6 hours ago, For Us All said:

More good news as we sign a free trade deal with Australia worth £10 billion.It also allows 18-35 year olds to to work and travel in Australia for up to three years at at a time, removing previous visa requirements.

It will boost our economy by £2.3 billion per year and unlock £10.4 billion of imports and exports by 2035.

With inflation about to go through the roof, mainly due to energy prices and fuel, and apparently food to go up in Jan again. We need some good news, and this isn’t it, keep trying FUA you may come up with something.

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7 hours ago, For Us All said:

More good news as we sign a free trade deal with Australia worth £10 billion.It also allows 18-35 year olds to to work and travel in Australia for up to three years at at a time, removing previous visa requirements.

It will boost our economy by £2.3 billion per year and unlock £10.4 billion of imports and exports by 2035.

What will it do to our carbon footprint??

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1 hour ago, tommytunstall said:

With inflation about to go through the roof, mainly due to energy prices and fuel, and apparently food to go up in Jan again. We need some good news, and this isn’t it, keep trying FUA you may come up with something.

Free trade deal mate.😃

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7 hours ago, For Us All said:

More good news as we sign a free trade deal with Australia worth £10 billion.It also allows 18-35 year olds to to work and travel in Australia for up to three years at at a time, removing previous visa requirements.

It will boost our economy by £2.3 billion per year and unlock £10.4 billion of imports and exports by 2035.

MORE good news? didn't think this year could get any better but here we are. Now tasteless trust fund <ovf censored> can extend their gap years travelling around one of the most culturally bereft countries on earth. So grateful.

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11 hours ago, For Us All said:

More good news as we sign a free trade deal with Australia worth £10 billion.It also allows 18-35 year olds to to work and travel in Australia for up to three years at at a time, removing previous visa requirements.

It will boost our economy by £2.3 billion per year and unlock £10.4 billion of imports and exports by 2035.

 

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3 minutes ago, philpvfc said:

Just because he supported Brexit. Is everyone who supported Brexit a scumbag in your opinion?

No not at all, of course not. Bit of a leap there!

There are many reasons for Tim Martin being a scumbag without bringing Brexit into it but I guess because he voted Brexit he is your hero? 

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9 minutes ago, WV said:

No not at all, of course not. Bit of a leap there!

There are many reasons for Tim Martin being a scumbag without bringing Brexit into it but I guess because he voted Brexit he is your hero? 

Not my hero…..don’t really know too much about him tbh. So why is he a scumbag?

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Just now, philpvfc said:

Not my hero…..don’t really know too much about him tbh. So why is he a scumbag?

Telling his furloughed workers via video message that the supermarkets were hiring and telling his staff that furlough pay would be slow and to hang in there, after turning over hundreds of millions in profit previously...for one.

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8 minutes ago, WV said:

Telling his furloughed workers via video message that the supermarkets were hiring and telling his staff that furlough pay would be slow and to hang in there, after turning over hundreds of millions in profit previously...for one.

Maybe so, but didn't Spurs and Liverpool FC amongst many others, do the same?

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