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WB627 15th Mar 2021 15:21


Originally Posted by Krystal n chips (Post 11009079)
Thankfully, the UK has some razor sharp legal minds to refute these diabolical allegations from the EU.....starting with Boris.

Is that the same razor sharp minds that negotiated the deal in the first place ? :{



Mr Mac 15th Mar 2021 16:27


Originally Posted by WB627 (Post 11009087)
Is that the same razor sharp minds that negotiated the deal in the first place ? :{

WB627
So sharp they will cut themselves as the saying goes.
Cheers
Mr Mac

SWBKCB 15th Mar 2021 16:53


But is it too early to ask for evidence of one, just one, positive trade benefit from leaving the EU?
Sort of suggests the reason to leave the EU was an economic one? Don't think for a lot of people that was the reasoning.

Sallyann1234 15th Mar 2021 16:59


Originally Posted by SWBKCB (Post 11009165)
Sort of suggestsuthe reason to leave the EU was an economic one? Don't think for a lot of people that was the reasoning.

You're not still believing that Red Bus nonsense are you? :}

rogerg 15th Mar 2021 16:59


Sort of suggests the reason to leave the EU was an economic one? Don't think for a lot of people that was the reasoning.
That's about it. I thought their maybe an economic one in the years to come but I wanted out anyway, for to many reasons to list..

OilCan 15th Mar 2021 17:25


Originally Posted by rogerg (Post 11009174)
That's about it. I thought their maybe an economic one in the years to come but I wanted out anyway, for to many reasons to list..

Oh go on, give it a try....
1. What part of the UK are you most looking forward to not supporting anymore?
2. What EU law are you most looking forward to not complying with anymore?
3. What country are you most looking forward to having a trade deal with that will be better than that available through the EU?

If you've got a long list then why not at least give us a clue?

ps. maybe you're hoping for a better spell checker. :oh:

rogerg 15th Mar 2021 18:18

Sorry about my spelling, but I just would like the EU out of my life and GB in. What's wrong with that?

Arch Stanton 15th Mar 2021 18:36


Originally Posted by rogerg (Post 11009236)
I just would like the EU out of my life and GB in. What's wrong with that?

Yes, but where is the long list of reasons you said you had to justify destroying the best trade agreement any country has ever had with the biggest trading bloc in the world.

rogerg 15th Mar 2021 18:54

I will change that to a short list of reasons. Happy now!!

Effluent Man 15th Mar 2021 18:59

Obviously proud of your language...why not make a little effort to use it properly. Funny how all the Brexiteers are not very good at English.

Denti 15th Mar 2021 19:07


Originally Posted by Effluent Man (Post 11009265)
Obviously proud of your language...why not make a little effort to use it properly. Funny how all the Brexiteers are not very good at English.

Now, that is a bit too broad a brush there. Some are actually quite articulate, but yes, many are not.

OilCan 15th Mar 2021 20:09


Originally Posted by rogerg (Post 11009236)
Sorry about my spelling, but I just would like the EU out of my life and GB in. What's wrong with that?

I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you do know the difference between GB and UK. In case you missed it, you won; the EU is out of your life - apparently. :bored:

Perhaps you can let us know in what way the EU affected your life that was so detrimental?

4468 15th Mar 2021 21:02


Perhaps you can let us know in what way the EU affected your life that was so detrimental?
That debate was had some years ago now. Then a vote was taken. To be fair, even asking the question was much to the chagrin of those who simply ‘know better’ and are happy to make decisions for the ‘benefit’ of all :rolleyes:

Only supercilious remoaners seem to wish to continue those (now utterly pointless) questions.

We all have to accept that you ‘just don’t get it’, but we are where we are. Why don’t we just get on with it?

rogerg 15th Mar 2021 21:07

4468, thank you for saving me from bashing my head on a brick wall again.

alfaman 15th Mar 2021 21:13


Originally Posted by 4468 (Post 11009349)
That debate was had some years ago now. Then a vote was taken. To be fair, even asking the question was much to the chagrin of those who simply ‘know better’ and are happy to make decisions for the ‘benefit’ of all :rolleyes:

Only supercilious remoaners seem to wish to continue those (now utterly pointless) questions.

We all have to accept that you ‘just don’t get it’, but we are where we are. Why don’t we just get on with it?

And yet never answered with anything beyond sovereignty/passport/immigrants/federalism nonsense, all debunked at the time, & now denied by many as their reasons - so still not properly answered...

Sallyann1234 15th Mar 2021 21:47


Originally Posted by 4468 (Post 11009349)
We all have to accept that you ‘just don’t get it’, but we are where we are. Why don’t we just get on with it?

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We ARE getting on with it. Every one of us gets on with it as we have to. But if you think that this destructive action will ever be forgotten you are very wrong.

OilCan 15th Mar 2021 21:49


Originally Posted by 4468 (Post 11009349)
That debate was had some years ago now. Then a vote was taken. To be fair, even asking the question was much to the chagrin of those who simply ‘know better’ and are happy to make decisions for the ‘benefit’ of all :rolleyes:

Only supercilious remoaners seem to wish to continue those (now utterly pointless) questions.

We all have to accept that you ‘just don’t get it’, but we are where we are. Why don’t we just get on with it?

That's a bit rich coming from someone who so clearly demonstrated a woeful grasp of the historic events of WW2. (posts #10128 & 10130). You come across as one of those 'little englanders' whose history book has only two chapters; 1066 & 1966, and you probably think you won both of those. :ooh:

I would agree that what is done is done, but it's my observation that, outside of this forum, the most searching questions are being asked by some of those who voted in favour of BREXIT.

I think my question is perfectly reasonable in order for people like me to understand why some people voted the way they did. I don't doubt that many voted for perfectly genuine reasons but in remains to be seen whether they considered the full consequences and take responsibility for the outcome.

What's wrong with that?

4468 15th Mar 2021 21:49


And yet never answered with anything beyond sovereignty/passport/immigrants/federalism nonsense, all debunked at the time, & now denied by many as their reasons - so still not properly answered...
Why should anybody have to answer your, or anyone’s questions on how they voted in a referendum nearly 5 years ago now?

Not just why in fact, but also what’s the point?

WB627 15th Mar 2021 21:51


Originally Posted by Sallyann1234 (Post 11009389)
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We ARE getting on with it. Every one of us gets on with it as we have to. But if you think that this destructive action will ever be forgotten you are very wrong.

It's like being shot in the foot, you are never going to forget it or who did it to you.

And the Brexeteers gave us BOTH barrels :mad:

OilCan 15th Mar 2021 21:55


Originally Posted by rogerg (Post 11009354)
4468, thank you for saving me from bashing my head on a brick wall again.

Please don't bash your head too much you might knock some sense into it. ;)

Just answer the question; your long list became a short list and is now no list. :confused:


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