originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: OtherSideOfTheCoin
the house of commons voted overwhelmingly on the terms
of article 50 and everyone had the opportunity to
study the detail, give it consideration then vote
accordingly. the commons voted for this.
the commons voted to a set time to expedite the
withdrawl. it also voted to leave on wto terms if
a deal wasn't possible. the commons voted for this.
if fatalities are directly attributed to wto terms.
then you are suggesting the entire house (remember that
an honour-code exists where the vote taken is respected
regardless of who won or lost.) is responsible and has
failed in its duty of care.
i would tread lightly when implying blame for future
deaths/fatalities onto the electorate (those that voted
leave) as it could very well morph into a pogrom of
sorts potentially resulting in deaths/fatalities.
the wto is the safety net for all nations, below that
is the abyss. i suggest those that are anticipating
chaos or actively seeking it should stop and think and
consider one last time before implementing any
contribution towards possible future terror.
we the people were given a referendum.
50% plus 1 would either have taken us
to be absorbed deeper into the eu or
steer us towards a more accountable
parliamentary system which cannot hide
behind eu diktats/obfuscations etc, etc and are
in my humble opinion much, much more
exposed to the electorate. politics is in
for a serious asskick and they know it.
if my country is ever in dire need i assure you
i will be involved on a 24/7/365 basis if required
to assist in keeping things on an even keel whether
it be north, south, east or west within the uk. one
tiny,tiny part in a huge machine. i have historical experience of
government departments and ministry through the
various parties whom have contacted me and requested assistance
pre-brexit. freelance risk mitigation and disaster management has been
my bread and butter for the past 24 years touching utilities, defence, commercial,
private and public sectors.
i'm geared up for different emergency situations
we shall all have to take the rough with the smooth and i wish all
the best regardless of your political affiliations
btw regarding medicines,
“MHRA is aware that companies who market pharmaceuticals in the EU and UK will
need to plan and make decisions
in advance of the UK’s departure from the EU in March 2019.
“We have reached agreement on the terms of an implementation period from March
30 2019 to December 31 2020.
During this time, the UK will no longer be a member state, but market access
will continue on current terms.
as for food i will leave that to the gods lol.