Brexit - The Final

Standby for the return of the WA ver 4.0 as predicted by @History_Man


No wonder TBP aren't on the election pact invite list
 
I look forward to the return of rationing cards, Anderson shelters and a sense of national pride and togetherness.

I shall be supplementing my nutritional intake by covering yhalf acre behind the house with a selection of root vegetable plantations to make a few quid with on the black market. Don't take me for a spiv mind. All in the national interest

What is it with you and WW2 Baglock?
 

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There's a company in the UK, supermarket supplier, plants a million lettuce a DAY automatic with a no-driver rig. Enough lettuce can be produced to supply our needs. (Other veg available,) :cool:
Grown year round too
 
Further to my post earlier today #54,912 :


You couldn't make it up, unless your name is Carole Cadwalladr and it's your stock in trade....SWIDT


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Standby for the return of the WA ver 4.0 as predicted by @History_Man


No wonder TBP aren't on the election pact invite list
As we thought - has been a distinct possibility since Simon Coveney's statement last week.

It is becoming clearer that no-deal gambit was carefully designed to force the hand of Remain to collectively support a deal (which Boris probably already knew he was in a strong position to secure).

To turn round now and vote against it would inevitably make the opposition look foolish. I also suspect (but with less conviction) that those Tories denied the whip may also have been a clever "Trojan Horse" to take the other remainers off the fence (were some of them even in on it all along?) - Boris will now offer them the whip back if they vote for his deal.
 

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You sound like an old boss of mine when I was young thruster.
He called pate, paste and hated everything french but drove a 2CV, the only one in Londonderry at the time!
What's wrong with that?
 

ugly

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As we thought - has been a distinct possibility since Simon Coveney's statement last week.

It is becoming clearer that no-deal gambit was carefully designed to force the hand of Remain to collectively support a deal (which Boris probably already knew he was in a strong position to secure).

To turn round now and vote against it would inevitably make the opposition look foolish. I also suspect (but with less conviction) that those Tories denied the whip may also have been a clever "Trojan Horse" to take the other remainers off the fence (were some of them even in on it all along?) - Boris will now offer them the whip back if they vote for his deal.
I'd rather have no deal
 
As we thought - has been a distinct possibility since Simon Coveney's statement last week.

It is becoming clearer that no-deal gambit was carefully designed to force the hand of Remain to collectively support a deal (which Boris probably already knew he was in a strong position to secure).

To turn round now and vote against it would inevitably make the opposition look foolish. I also suspect (but with less conviction) that those Tories denied the whip may also have been a clever "Trojan Horse" to take the other remainers off the fence (were some of them even in on it all along?) - Boris will now offer them the whip back if they vote for his deal.
The tories would be dead if that were the case. Any suggestion that some of the original WA is put forward as a 'compromise' means we lose.
 
The French scoff and booze industry have been trading on culinary mediocrity for a long time hopefully this might cause them to up their game.
Meh! You go over there and get really decent wine is sixpence ha'penny, bring your own gallon container. Over here £20 for 750Ml. I almost only drink new world, SA or Ozzie. There are some bonzer Chilean wines out there for a tanner a bottle :)
 
Chap on the radio yesterday who is heavily involved in transport logistics, former chief of Dover Port. There is a solid plan now (as of Tuesday) to have 150 pop up check points all across UK to check paperwork to ensure that lorries are port ready. Lorry and logistic companies only move stuff to and from, it's up to the exporter to have completed the paperwork. If the vehicle isn't port ready it doesn't get into Kent. He stated that we should expect no problems exporting as usual, if you live in France you'll get your Caerphilly cheese as usual in Carrefour. He couldn't comment on whether you'll get your favourite brie in Tesco or not for the first couple of weeks.
He was very very firm that talk of starvation, no drugs Etc is absolute nonsense.
Eh ? He obviously is unaware of the facts as spoken by them wot don't do his job.
 
Kin ell. You'll be eating raw vegetables next, drinking bottled water, getting deadlocks and selling Socialist Worker on street corners . You're on a slippery slope mate, you'll be calling us lot fascists soon. Get out and grab a bacon sarnie and the madness will pass.
NB, a bacon sarnie. None of that pooftah BLT nonsense. A bacon sarnie involves bread, butter and bacon. Adding half a vegetable patch is effeminate at best.
 
OK it's important not to take our eye of the ball so close to Brexit.

It is of completely paramount importance that we achieve Brexit before January 2020 as that's when the new EU money laundering and anti tax evasion comes into force.
Does that mean Ireland is royally fubar come January whatever happens with Brexit
 
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