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Tesla, that rejected the UK for Germany, will soon be worth x20 to their economy that our fishing industry is worth to us which, in reality, is very little in the grand scheme of things and of more symbolic value than anything. 80% of what we catch we sell, a lot to the EU.

Meanwhile, Ratcliffe, one of the big mouth billionaires who supported Brexit, has moved to Monaco and is saving himself paying billions of tax in the UK every year. Patriotism at its finest. One rule for them and another for everyone else. 

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The uproar over the migrants arriving in their inflatable rafts makes me absolutely piss myself. I'm sure I'd be labelled a naive loony lefty for the fact that I feel desperately sorry for anybody who

Well said Neville.

But the people voted for it twice.

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1 hour ago, TheSage said:

Tesla, that rejected the UK for Germany, will soon be worth x20 to their economy that our fishing industry is worth to us which, in reality, is very little in the grand scheme of things and of more symbolic value than anything. 80% of what we catch we sell, a lot to the EU.

Meanwhile, Ratcliffe, one of the big mouth billionaires who supported Brexit, has moved to Monaco and is saving himself paying billions of tax in the UK every year. Patriotism at its finest. One rule for them and another for everyone else. 

I think Boris is making an absolute mess of brexit, it's possible that the screw up of covid is distracting some attention.

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https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/brexit-news/westminster-news/uk-warned-chemical-supply-will-disappear-after-brexit-226956
 

"To put it bluntly, the chemicals that are available across the UK and EU will remain on the EU market but will disappear from the UK market."

The regulatory affairs specialist said that could lead to less investment in UK companies and stymy innovation.

That's a pretty grim assessment," said Hilary Benn, who was chairing the committee.

Hollis replied: "I'm afraid there's no positive spin on this one."

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3 hours ago, Iron Curtain said:

I can think of some people who could make one up because they don’t like recognising what’s going on 😂

I await the the 3 Brexiteers and Geotanian to point out what we are obviously missing...

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Pre released statement from Johnson’s speech today.

"I remember how some people used to sneer at wind power, twenty years ago, and say that it wouldn’t pull the skin off a rice pudding,"

Article released by Johnson in 2013.

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