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


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On 02/07/2022 at 20:54, Paul6754 said:

But is it sensible for Britain and what happens when the sand from the Sahara winds cover the solar panels!!!!

Better to build nuclear power stations in the UK now and be self sufficient in energy, eliminates any possibility of being held to ransom.

To be honest I've got next to no knowledge on the energy situation. I was more pointing to the pro-brexit comments from Morocco on a scheme being tipped up by someone who is militantly anti-brexit.

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1 hour ago, Regal Beagle said:

To be honest I've got next to no knowledge on the energy situation. I was more pointing to the pro-brexit comments from Morocco on a scheme being tipped up by someone who is militantly anti-brexit.

Regal, No problem. One of the points I was making is that Renewables are not quite ready for primetime at the moment as improvements in technology need to be made.

They're unreliable (The wind doesn't always blow and the sun doesn't always shine) but one issue is that when they do work the technology to store the excess energy/electricity generated isn't there at the moment.

HH and you provided the post about Solar panels/Morocco and interestingly there is this piece on the BBC website and both show that efforts are ongoing to solve these issues.

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-61996520

 

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On 15/06/2022 at 20:06, philpvfc said:

Rwanda scheme was not ideal and never going to get past the left winger lawyers, you are right, we should be making serious attempts to deal with smugglers by getting out of the ECHR.

Absolutely,especially when they are prepared to support a refugee who murdered his wife and lied that he was bisexual.EH was jailed for 12 years but a ECRH judge refused to deport him.They obviously care more about criminals than they do about the safety of the British people?

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Absolutely,especially when they are prepared to support a refugee who murdered his wife and lied that he was bisexual.EH was jailed for 12 years but a ECRH judge refused to deport him.They obviously care more about criminals than they do about the safety of the British people?
The only way of dealing with smugglers is to have legal routes.

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30 minutes ago, philpvfc said:

We have but certain individuals choose use illegal routes and certain people and lawyers support these illegal routes.

But most users of the channel route are asylum seekers and have to risk their lives to gain safety. Lawyers can only argue the case based on law.

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Obviously I doubt everything Fosse has to say and this latest post doesn't let me down.

 

I started looking at why so many Iranians (roughly a third of all illegal immigrants crossing the channel) are claiming asylum in the UK and risking their lives to get away from France and came across this gem:

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Over the past decade, most Iranian emigrants were leaving the country because of political crackdowns, illegal asset confiscation by the state, heavy-handed social and religious control, or the danger of persecution based on sexual orientation.

 

Eh lads, wait until you hear what the socialists have planned for us, I'll hitch a ride back to Iran with you if they ever get in 🤣

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19 minutes ago, Regal Beagle said:

Obviously I doubt everything Fosse has to say and this latest post doesn't let me down.

 

I started looking at why so many Iranians (roughly a third of all illegal immigrants crossing the channel) are claiming asylum in the UK and risking their lives to get away from France and came across this gem:

 

Eh lads, wait until you hear what the socialists have planned for us, I'll hitch a ride back to Iran with you if they ever get in 🤣

Don’t worry we will pay for a one way ticket for you.

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23 minutes ago, Regal Beagle said:

Obviously I doubt everything Fosse has to say and this latest post doesn't let me down.

 

I started looking at why so many Iranians (roughly a third of all illegal immigrants crossing the channel) are claiming asylum in the UK and risking their lives to get away from France and came across this gem:

 

Eh lads, wait until you hear what the socialists have planned for us, I'll hitch a ride back to Iran with you if they ever get in 🤣

I wish you would !!!!

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1 hour ago, Fosse69 said:

But most users of the channel route are asylum seekers and have to risk their lives to gain safety. Lawyers can only argue the case based on law.

As I said

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1 hour ago, Regal Beagle said:

No need for the rest of that line Phil, the bold bit would have done.

 

Anyway, thought this was interesting: 

 

He’s only saying what millions already know, but we know he is just trying to win back the Labour voters he lost when he campaigned for a second referendum.

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30 minutes ago, philpvfc said:

He’s only saying what millions already know, but we know he is just trying to win back the Labour voters he lost when he campaigned for a second referendum.

Perhaps if he had some policies that stand up for the working class and a strong message then he would win people back. Unfortunately I only see him as someone with the moral highground. Labour need someone like Andy Burnham with a vision and direction. 

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Would rejoining the single market solve the brexit problems? It still delivers on the referendum result (which was to leave the EU -didnt mention the single market) and many big name persuasive brexiteers said we would leave the EU but not be leaving the single market. If would solve the current issues then it's a no brainer. 

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