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22 hours ago, DieselDaisy said:

...and wanking off to both no doubt.

She has some bollocks, that lady. Literally within minutes of the whole tier 4 craziness, she posted this,

She has about five holidays a year!

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8 half naked men in a hot tub. Seems pretty Greek to me.

Says you? Your entire argument seems to revolve around fish and getting fucked up the arse! You’re the political equivalent of a Led Zeppelin after show party.  

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Feels like a good day for fearless, history-shaping Brexiteers. Take a bow each and every one of.... oh.... just me?

Good luck to the Remoaners too, they finally get to dry their eyes as well as their soaking wet fannies.

Time to crack open a bottle of the good stuff.

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Merry Christmas to one and all.

 

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Glancing at it, it seems like a good deal - I'll need to look at the fisheries portion closer but it is Christmas and I have a knackered arm. I tentatively give it my backing. Well done to the United Kingdom and European Union negotiators respectively. Hard negotiations all round which have produced a classic compromise. Now we can go and resume our lives (when coroney is over). 

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16 hours ago, DieselDaisy said:

Glancing at it, it seems like a good deal - I'll need to look at the fisheries portion closer but it is Christmas and I have a knackered arm. I tentatively give it my backing. Well done to the United Kingdom and European Union negotiators respectively. Hard negotiations all round which have produced a classic compromise. Now we can go and resume our lives (when coroney is over). 

So whats different between the deal we’ve made now and what we were when we were part of the EU?

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5 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

So whats different between the deal we’ve made now and what we were when we were part of the EU?

This is just a trade deal. So from now on there are a lot of EU rules and regulatation that the UK won't follow anymore. Is that good or bad for the UK? Only time will tell

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46 minutes ago, Padme said:

This is just a trade deal. So from now on there are a lot of EU rules and regulatation that the UK won't follow anymore. Is that good or bad for the UK? Only time will tell

So all the trade benefits and none of the regulation?  Sounds alright to me!

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35 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

So all the trade benefits and none of the regulation?  Sounds alright to me!

Not really, lets say you're a doctor and you want to move to Germany or France. Good luck with that! Your degree no longer has recognition. You can't enroll in Erasmus program. And you need a visa to be legal resident in Germany or France. The same happens the other way around. And I don't know what's gonna happen with European football players

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1 hour ago, Len Cnut said:

So all the trade benefits and none of the regulation?  Sounds alright to me!

Obviously what they want you to think. You’ll be back on the boat by Easter Sunshine!  :lol: 

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3 hours ago, Len Cnut said:

So whats different between the deal we’ve made now and what we were when we were part of the EU?

by far the biggest difference will be in the department of justice (the safety and justice pillar of the EU).

if you're in the EU, you've got the european court on human rights watching over you, to see if you're not treating criminals too bad.

it also means, you can't kill terrorists with the death penalty for example: europe forbids it.

In belgium, we've had to drastically change our criminal procedures (for example: an attorney is needed with criminial interrogations), and I'm sure you british had to as well.

it's not clear to me though, if leaving the EU also meant leaving the european treaty on human rights. If not, then I believe brexit is pretty meaningless to begin with.

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On 12/24/2020 at 12:08 PM, DieselDaisy said:

And they are off,

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Never doubted him for a minute! I always said Boris wouldn’t let us down didn’t I? :lol: 

In other news. Phwwwwooaaarrrr!!!!! :D 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Len Cnut said:

So whats different between the deal we’ve made now and what we were when we were part of the EU?

The greatest benefit in my opinion is that we are no longer a member of the Customs Union. In the Customs Union, EU member states could not make bilateral trade deals. Britain can now make independent trade deals as a sovereign nation, and indeed 61 will come into operation on January 1st.

Further, European law no longer applies here. Britain is free of EU regulation (EU trade is heavily regulated and bureaucratic, possessing much higher corporate tax). No CFP which will allow our fisheries to regenerate. No CAP. 

4 hours ago, Padme said:

Not really, lets say you're a doctor and you want to move to Germany or France. Good luck with that! Your degree no longer has recognition. You can't enroll in Erasmus program. And you need a visa to be legal resident in Germany or France. The same happens the other way around. And I don't know what's gonna happen with European football players

What an utter load of bollocks. 

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29 minutes ago, DieselDaisy said:

The greatest benefit in my opinion is that we are no longer a member of the Customs Union. In the Customs Union, EU member states could not make bilateral trade deals. Britain can now make independent trade deals as a sovereign nation, and indeed 61 will come into operation on January 1st.

Further, European law no longer applies here. Britain is free of EU regulation (EU trade is heavily regulated and bureaucratic, possessing much higher corporate tax). No CFP which will allow our fisheries to regenerate. No CAP. 

What an utter load of bollocks. 

No

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/dec/24/from-tariffs-to-visas-heres-whats-in-the-brexit-deal

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