Brexit - The Final

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A little light humour pre EU summit.


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Then you allow more time for the supply chain to work. If currently drugs from a manufacturer in Italy take a week to arrive, but after BREXIT the same drugs take two weeks to arrive, then you order them a week sooner than they should.

You purport to be an intelligent person, yet appear blinkered to simple solutions to everyday problem.

Is this because you are so vehemently opposed to BREXIT that you refuse to accept that we can adapt?

The specific example given was that some drugs only have a limited life - the same for the isotopes.

Do you why specialist knowledge is required now? You as an SME of transport would say "just order them earlier", "we don't need no stinking experts", "I know transport more than any stupid doctor etc etc etc". Ordering earlier fixes nothing. (Ironically these drugs were things the good doctor is an expert on).

You solution is gut driven and populist and I am unsurprised by the people who showed they think it's a good one, but it actually fixes nothing.


(BTW - not sure if it dawned on you, but your solution causes people to die).
 
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Has Johnson applied enough lipstick to PMTM's deal? I think we should be told.
Repeating yourself BL? One would think you have a gloat coming on! :rolleyes:
 
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I have at no point mentioned the poor.
Just pointing out that you seem to think increased employer costs is a Brexit win.
You hadn't thought of that, because you're stupid and poor.
He's a prime example of poverty wracked brexit supporters thinking that Boris Johnson has their backs.

He's deserving of our pity
 

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Repeating yourself BL? One would think you have a gloat coming on! :rolleyes:
Do you think he will get a deal through Parliament and, if he does, will you like it?

No need to be over-emotional about these matters.
 
I have at no point mentioned the poor.
Just pointing out that you seem to think increased employer costs is a Brexit win.
You hadn't thought of that, because you're stupid and poor.
No, you're confusing yourself. Increased wages - due to a tighter labour market - is the positive. The tighter labour market stems from less EU migrants.

This is the Brexit win.

As for being stupid and poor; believe what you wish, but I've read your posts and seen the knots you've been tied up in.

Which made me smile.
 
A breakthrough in the Brexit talks has failed to materialise after a weekend of intensive negotiations...oh dear, never mind. Just a brief extension please, until we revoke art50.....cheers.
 
The specific example given was that some drugs only have a limited life - the same for the isotopes.
Then you use a different mode of transport.

I’ve heard the Wright brothers may be working on a solution.
 
He's a prime example of poverty wracked brexit supporters thinking that Boris Johnson has their backs.

He's deserving of our pity
Are BREXIT supporters poverty wracked or Gammons? Please make your mind up.
 
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A breakthrough in the Brexit talks has failed to materialise after a weekend of intensive negotiations...oh dear, never mind. Just a brief extension please, until we revoke art50.....cheers.
And you can fück off!
 
Then you use a different mode of transport.

I’ve heard the Wright brothers may be working on a solution.

This was mentioned too. Requires increased capacity from where the isotopes are shipped. Also requires specialist training of handlers, pilots, and to find somewhere in the UK to use as a hub, and also from the manufacturing country. What if they cannot increase their ability to allow more flights. And do you know if we can do this for every single time sensitive item? What about if we train our handlers at this end, but the shipping country doesn't have the specialist.

In the past whenever there have been delays people have been reprioritised. Meaning, people died.

Do you see now? Your gut driven populist solutions are just that.
 
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No, you're confusing yourself. Increased wages - due to a tighter labour market - is the positive. The tighter labour market stems from less EU migrants.

This is the Brexit win.

As for being stupid and poor; believe what you wish, but I've read your posts and seen the knots you've been tied up in.

Which made me smile.
Of course.
Your failure to understand that somebody has to actually pay for those increased wages is slightly amusing.
No doubt you think it can all be paid for when we get that £350m back.
 
He's a prime example of poverty wracked brexit supporters thinking that Boris Johnson has their backs.

He's deserving of our pity
My house has nearly doubled in value since we purchased it. A large part of that is to do with high levels of migration (internal) due to the Severn Bridge tolls removal. It means Chepstow - where I live - has now become a suburb of Bristol.

We're planning to sell it and buy somewhere small and quiet, in deepest darkest Taff land, near some mountains.

We've a small mortgage, grown kids, we're self employed and don't work long hours and never more than four days per week maximum. We have almost total control over our work life, we can plan two years ahead (Wor Lass is going to run a 250 mile ultra marathon then (Lon Las Cymru ultra marathon)) and we have loads of spare time to indulge in doing the stuff we enjoy doing.

I am rich in many ways.

I hope you're not too disappointed.
 
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