Brexit Phase Two - Trade

but you can read as far as THIS link by Heathrow's owner John Holland Kaye.... :)

Heathrow owner Ferrovial puts the brakes on UK investment because of Brexit uncertainty

They also assume, it seems, that HMG would not be stupid eought to leave the ECJa dn therefore EASA as like the CAA they don't see a plan B. Thanks for flagging that Andy. You REALLY don't understand the UK aviation market.
Boris Johnson, Zac Goldsmith and John McDonnell will all be delighted! :applaud:

Btw, John Holland Kaye is not Heathrow's owner, he is the Chief Executive of the Ariport Operating Company.
 
That explains why you don't understand. A hobby business with a few car parts. .

I work with major companies in Defence, Aerospace and Automotive. Europe is a LOT easier to deal with than the US. All the Europeans we work with work in English (but then none of them are back street garages)

Europe IS open for business as many of the companies we deal with are pan European (that includes the UK). SO once you get out of the cottage industries to the professional sectors dealing with Europe is a breeze.

I also note that it is the professioals who were pro remain and the less educated (mechanics? ) who voted leave.

Such a shame that’s is the small businesses, the backbone of UK plc, that find EUtopia such a ballsache to trade with.
 
Bollox. Relying on a statistical breakdown from polls. Polls that have been ever so accurate over the last couple of elections and a referendum.

There is absolutely no way of knowing who voted which way unless you are privy to the electoral register, the ballot papers and can get each voter to fill in a questionnaire as they vote.
Grabbing at straws again.... you must be a Brexiteeer.
 
I work with major companies in Defence, Aerospace and Automotive. Europe is a LOT easier to deal with than the US. All the Europeans we work with work in English (but then none of them are back street garages)
Well according to Juncker they're all gonna have to talk French
Europe IS open for business as many of the companies we deal with are pan European (that includes the UK). SO once you get out of the cottage industries to the professional sectors dealing with Europe is a breeze.
and as I pointed out before the EU can't prevent them, they simply won't tell the EU
 
I recall I said that once round about 1988. But then that was a different argument-something to do with complying with regulations.
If you want to associate yourself with BoJo's 'wisdom', that's up to you, but I'd have kept schtumm. However, I have on occasion been heard to say "F*ck (insert name of specific business)".
 
Such a shame that’s is the small businesses, the backbone of UK plc, that find EUtopia such a ballsache to trade with.
They don't though. You're at it.
 
Such a shame that’s is the small businesses, the backbone of UK plc, that find EUtopia such a ballsache to trade with.
On the contrary. We are a small business (<10 people) it is just that we don't deal with back street garages but companies staffed with professionals from 1 to many thousands of people. Thinking about it even the 1 man outfits we deal with in Europe speak good English and have paperwork in English but as I said they are not mechanics working in back street garages.

Having lived and worked in both Europe and the US (Silicon valley) I find the US has a lot less understanding of the rest of the world than anyone in Europe.
 
That explains why you don't understand. A hobby business with a few car parts. .

The ‘hobby’ classic car businesses that are worth @£6 Billion to UK plc and have a global footprint.

Meanwhile over in EUtopia, Brussels is trying to legislate classic cars out of existence.
 
and wooooooosh- missed the point-if anything he got it from me.
I apologise and grovel profusely, your greatness. I hadn't realised you were so important that a Secretary of State would hang on your every word and recall such wisdom 20 years after your profound utterance.
 
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Having lived and worked in both Europe and the US (Silicon valley) I find the US has a lot less understanding of the rest of the world than anyone in Europe.

Fendt, big German outfit, you May have heard if it, followed the route of a number of other German firms and required all its staff to learn English... have a think about that with your EUrofixated colossal brain.
 
Fendt, big German outfit, you May have heard if it, followed the route of a number of other German firms and required all its staff to learn English... have a think about that with your EUrofixated colossal brain.
Your point being? Other than it is easy to work with European companies as they learn English? Actually AFAIK all professionals in Europe speak English at least I have not come across any who don't. A lot of the clerical staff also as English seems to be the main Pan European language. (which pisses off the French :) )

BTW £6Bn is a drop in the ocean compared to the industries that do work pan European and don't want Brexit .
 
Bring it on, with a much more informed electorate. If a further referendum returns the same result, so be it, but many either didn't vote or voted without any understanding of the magnitude or impact of what they were doing originally (because Remain ran such a poor (if apparently expensive) information campaign).

Seriously, how do you know why people voted the way they did?

I don't care if you're remain or brexit, no one knows the reasons another votes the way they did or why they didn't vote at all unless you ask them individually. Did you do that?
 
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