Anyone would think we don’t have British standards, the food agency, trading standards, health & Safety, duty of care legislation, etc, etc, etc.
Brexit: Javid comments on non-alignment with EU prompt warnings of price rises
Chancellor’s remarks represent ‘death knell for frictionless trade’
Oh FFS...what have we been saying for more than three fekin years?
Next up!.... Jobs may be lost? Crystal balls not required!....The mongs deserve it but clearly they are beyond viable working age.
Building supplies have been a major growth area in counterfeit goods over the last few years.oi dull one.... one of the big moans and groans is the building trade.....oh teh noes, diverging from EU standards!
remind us who sets the global standard for Portland cement the whole bloody world just copies.
Brexit day plans are announced as Sajid Javid warns of the negative impact on some businesses as the UK diverges from EU rules.
An epic understatement... As we lapse into exploding kettles, cardboard wheels, toxic air fresheners, sawdust in bread and rely upon the African stolen bicycle industry for trade. Who needs rules anyway...? If the French don't like our straw filled mattresses and 500 volt shavers they can go to hell. If the krauts refuse to accept whitworth bolts and cast iron pistons why should we care? We can't afford their cars anyway!
Yes the penny is ready to drop.
yup, CE = Chinese Exports goes the jokeBuilding supplies have been a major growth area in counterfeit goods over the last few years.
‘Ware Alibaba and on-line suppliers.
must resist the urge to gloatOn the periphery of the inexorable advance to 31 Jan 20, we can take some comfort in the utter misery and shambles that the LibDems now find themselves.
From the heady days of late Nov/early Dec 19, where the fragrant Ms Swinson (remember her?) was spouting policy streams that were neither Liberal nor Democratic, the rump party is reduced to House of Commons insignifigance whilst being steered by a joint leadership of Sir Ed Davey and party president Mark Pack*.
A combat indicator as to their diminishing relevance is that it will take them until mid-July to elect a Leader:
Really? Over 6 months to elect a figure head for a rump political party of just 11 MPs?
"Go back to your constituencies, and prepare for government!" anyone?
Before the referendum to leave the EU it was all “£350 million-a-week for the NHS, loads of superior trade deals and all the benefits of EU membership with none of the responsibilities”.
Today it’s a border in the Irish Sea, a £500,000 crowdfunder for some bongs, industry suffering, stagnation, further chaos and long term isolation... This is going to be a bumper year for bollocks.
Actually CE = China Export isn’t a joke.yup, CE = Chinese Exports goes the joke
CE marked Eastern European electrical fitting pass the EU ‘Standard’, but no self respecting electrical contractor will fit the shoddy crap. Any quality work usually specifies MK or Crabtree
Actually quite a smart move by BoJo.Boris Johnson is preparing to impose new restrictions on low-skilled migrants moving to Britain on the first day after the Brexit transition period ends in December, the Telegraph can disclose. Under radical new plans being drawn up by the Prime Minister's aides, the Government would effectively bring forward its post-Brexit immigration shake-up by two years - removing a temporary extension of the current rules until 2023, that had been demanded by business groups and promised by Theresa May.
One of the worst things introduced, perpetuated by greedy Londoners.
It also saw the introduction of zero hours contracts and the demise of both employer and employee good will.Indeed.
It started a race to the bottom in the South.
Wage inflation disappeared, good for employers, but wage increases stopped, bad for employees.
Round Hampshire, the mimimm wage is only back to the average unskilled wage from 15 years ago.
It also saw the introduction of zero hours contracts and the demise of both employer and employee good will.