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UK Referendum 23 June 2016 - Will it be an EU BREXIT or Not?

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posted on Jul, 27 2018 @ 11:07 AM
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British food stores ridicule Brexit stockpiling plans

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posted on Jul, 27 2018 @ 11:08 AM
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originally posted by: eletheia

Reply to RP2SticksOfDynamite


They have been back and forth with their negotiations so many times now, can they afford, politically, to change course again and fulfill proper Brexit?! YES is the answer! If the conservatives did that, they would sweep the nation at the next general election (except for the few constituencies who voted Remain of course). I have a suspicion that there may well be plans in whisper a foot in the darker corridors of power. I cannot believe that the BREXITEERS won't do something significant to effect a NO DEAL! And it would not surprise me if Andrea Leadsom and Boris etc are behind it. I was hoping she would get PM job but we ended up with May!

Its all too quite on the Parliament front so somethings cooking!! Hope!!




I dont think Andrea Leadsom has enough experience or is strong enough......

Boris is a loose cannon and is no 'Trump'......

Its time for a **SUPER HERO** .....from the back benches


Enter J.R,Mogg with his underpants over his trousers.



Could do worse.......a lot worse.
Whoever takes over we shall have to see. It could be a surprise! But whatever happens, somethings a brewing!!



posted on Jul, 27 2018 @ 11:41 AM
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More fear mongering ..... Remainers are now saying medication for the

UK will run out in two weeks if we leave without a deal.....


Hmmn.... Will the multinational companies want to lose ALL that profit

from us? ..... I very much doubt it!!


But then we will be free to negoiate in open markets else where,

possibly cheaper than what the multinationals charge.


The pharmaceutical industry in India ranks 3rd in the world terms

of volume and 14th in terms of value. According to Department of

Pharmaceuticals,


en.wikipedia.org...


For the optimistic there is always a market ..... a revolving door.

When I was in sales there was a saying *When one door closes, move

on and open another door.


The trouble is our politician's have become lazy and complacent while

we have been shackled to the EU, and they dont like the fact that they

will have to actually start earning their salaries again.



posted on Jul, 27 2018 @ 10:59 PM
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originally posted by: eletheia


More fear mongering ..... Remainers are now saying medication for the

UK will run out in two weeks if we leave without a deal.....


Hmmn.... Will the multinational companies want to lose ALL that profit

from us? ..... I very much doubt it!!


But then we will be free to negoiate in open markets else where,

possibly cheaper than what the multinationals charge.


The pharmaceutical industry in India ranks 3rd in the world terms

of volume and 14th in terms of value. According to Department of

Pharmaceuticals,


en.wikipedia.org...


For the optimistic there is always a market ..... a revolving door.

When I was in sales there was a saying *When one door closes, move

on and open another door.


The trouble is our politician's have become lazy and complacent while

we have been shackled to the EU, and they dont like the fact that they

will have to actually start earning their salaries again.

That is correct. It gets cheaper for us and better for the NHS costs.



posted on Jul, 27 2018 @ 10:59 PM
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Its not a plan but a submission to Brussels and a FAKEXIT!!

Theresa May in Austria in attempt to revive Chequers Brexit plan

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posted on Jul, 28 2018 @ 03:47 AM
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Like I said we are heading for FAKEXIT and becoming a vassal state of the EU! I am ashamed the Lion may be no more!!

Now that the Chequers deal is off the table, even the Brexiteers are turning towards the single market and the EEA

uk.yahoo.com...



posted on Jul, 28 2018 @ 04:12 AM
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originally posted by: RP2SticksOfDynamite

Like I said we are heading for FAKEXIT and becoming a vassal state of the EU! I am ashamed the Lion may be no more!!

Now that the Chequers deal is off the table, even the Brexiteers are turning towards the single market and the EEA

uk.yahoo.com...


I'm afraid this was on the cards when Junker ran over to the US to grovel to President Trump.
You can bet that his deal involves slow-walking any UK deal and staying out of Brexit negotiations.
May should have said FU to the EU and should have already had a deal done with the US - regardless of EU membership requirements... but she was too weak (or complicit in this fraud perpetrated against the people)

edit on 28/7/2018 by UKTruth because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 28 2018 @ 05:43 AM
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Note this depends on whether you are one of the 17.2m people who voted for BREXIT or not! What an absolute biased unsubstantiated load of EU turdness!!!!


www.politics.co.uk...

This is what no-deal Brexit actually looks like



posted on Jul, 28 2018 @ 05:47 AM
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originally posted by: UKTruth

originally posted by: RP2SticksOfDynamite

Like I said we are heading for FAKEXIT and becoming a vassal state of the EU! I am ashamed the Lion may be no more!!

Now that the Chequers deal is off the table, even the Brexiteers are turning towards the single market and the EEA

uk.yahoo.com...


I'm afraid this was on the cards when Junker ran over to the US to grovel to President Trump.
You can bet that his deal involves slow-walking any UK deal and staying out of Brexit negotiations.
May should have said FU to the EU and should have already had a deal done with the US - regardless of EU membership requirements... but she was too weak (or complicit in this fraud perpetrated against the people)
It may all backfire on the EU and Brussels. If the Lion does not roar it does not mean that it has lost its might or its voice but merely at slumber! Lets see what comes between now and March! Surprises may be a foot me thinks!



posted on Jul, 28 2018 @ 08:10 PM
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Thought for a moment she was going to resign or may be she is contemplation stepping down as leader. But something is cooking!

Beats walking in Wales! Theresa May takes a break from her Brexit woes with holiday at hotel on Italy's exclusive Lake Garda... after hatching disastrous plan to hold an election on last year's jaunt

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posted on Jul, 28 2018 @ 10:22 PM
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When they use words like catastrophic you know they are lying!!!!



Grieve on Brexit: 'No deal would be catastrophic'

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posted on Jul, 30 2018 @ 05:22 AM
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Now that is for sure!!!


EU trying to 'swindle' UK in Brexit talks: report

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posted on Jul, 30 2018 @ 05:24 AM
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Now everybody is going to die! Its the end of the world!!!!


Brexit: Millions of diabetes patients could be 'seriously disadvantaged' by insulin shortages if no deal reached

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posted on Jul, 30 2018 @ 05:27 AM
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Desperate is desperate does!! Cuckoo!



How the 'Independent City State of Totnes' will start the reformation of Brexit Britain

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posted on Jul, 30 2018 @ 09:18 PM
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Brexit: Theresa May denies plans for army to deliver food, medicines and fuel after no deal departure

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posted on Jul, 31 2018 @ 08:59 AM
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This can resolved easily because they EU won't want us to do the same to them! Its just over the top nonsense!

13-mile lorry park may last 'many years' after Brexit, impact reports reveal

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posted on Jul, 31 2018 @ 02:18 PM
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Good. And as stated by TM, "No Deal is Better Than a Bad Deal" and in my opinion any deal will be bad because its
what the EU want!


Chances of no-deal Brexit growing by the day, says Hunt

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posted on Aug, 1 2018 @ 03:35 AM
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Simple answer: Train more of our own people!!!!!!!!!!!!! We used to do because my ex-wife trained up in the 80's!


Two charts that show how Brexit is hitting the NHS

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posted on Aug, 1 2018 @ 03:38 AM
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OK so there is an initial bump but something will be sorted because both sides hurt!

No deal Brexit is not an option, Britain's car industry warns

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posted on Aug, 1 2018 @ 04:55 AM
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Patriotic, optimistic and a world expert on trade deals: Why Theresa May must listen to top aide Crawford Falcone on Brexit

In the office of Crawford Falconer, Chief Trade Negotiation Adviser at the Department of International Trade, a man of immense experience in such matters. And, in contrast to the doomsayers, his message about Brexit is one of almost unbounded optimism.

He is convinced that after a period of psychological and economic adjustment to being outside the EU, Britain’s fortunes will thrive. He cannot understand why people are ‘so negative about our future’, and says the world is ‘begging’ to do trade deals with us.

Falconer is a man with 25 years of experience in international trade negotiations. He was New Zealand’s ambassador in Britain (although born in Scotland, he was brought up a Kiwi), as well as his adopted country’s permanent representative to the World Trade Organisation (WTO).His verdict on a post-Brexit Britain could not be more upbeat.

‘The opportunities are enormous,’ he told the Sunday Times. ‘There are so many, where do I start? In ten years, maybe even quicker, people will look back and say: “Oh, why were we so negative about our future?” ’

The Washington-based International Monetary Fund forecasts that over the next ten to 15 years almost all significant global growth will originate outside Europe.

By 2020, China’s middle class — who are powerful engines of economic growth — will have expanded to 600 million people. India’s already numbers up to 300 million. It is estimated there will be 1.1 billion African middle classes by 2060.

Those populations, Falconer explains, will be desperate for British services and goods.

‘The world is the UK’s oyster,’ he says. ‘We produce the best professional services in the world. Our banks are the best in the world. Our insurance companies the most reliable. Our architects, our designers, our lawyers, our accountants: they are world-class.

We have intellectual property rights to die for. It is these services that the fastest-growing economies in Asia and Africa crave. The world is begging for the UK to be able to trade with it. We’ll be pushing on an open door.’

He sees huge export opportunities in goods from cars to aircraft wings and foodstuffs. ‘The world is crying out for protein and safe food generally. In East Asia, that’s what they want. They don’t trust their domestic production, with good reason. The UK makes world-class produce. We can now negotiate with countries in a way that’s specifically tailored to getting our salmon and our venison on tables.’

As well as a being a powerhouse for financial services, Britain is home to Europe’s top four research universities and dominates in sectors such as popular music, computer gaming, video and publishing.

We’re world-beaters in pharmaceutical and aerospace research. Our technology know-how is envied across the globe, with Chinese, Japanese and American digital firms constantly on the prowl to buy our leading innovative firms.

In the past six months, Chinese firms have invested £1.7 bn in UK technology.

But the fact is that, despite Brussels bravado about the efficacy of a Single Market, EU member states have suffered over recent years because their Brussels rule-setters have been too inward-looking. They are obsessed by trade within the EU — to the detriment of the potential of wider possibilities across the whole world.

he shape of global trade is changing before our eyes — and it is trade outside Europe that we must encourage.

Anyone who listens to those who want the UK to stay in the EU would think that Brexit was a crazy act of self-harm.

The truth is otherwise. Ever since the Brexit vote, our economy has prospered. Unemployment is at its lowest level since the Seventies.



Well life out of the shackles of the EU looks good to me.


Can't be soon enough for me.


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