Brexit - The Final

Populism is simple answers to complex problems.

The ongoing brexit crisis shows what happens when slogans and dismissal of details meet reality
You're simple too.

What is happening in Europe, and further afield, isn't populism. It is the inevitable rebalancing of power, taking back control from a political 'elite' who feel that they and they alone are the sole arbiters of what happens in the country/continent.

there are a lot of people who feel that they have not been and are not being listened to. so they have spoken.

it's a simple enough concept. You get elected, you go to London and represent your voters. Not cut your own shapes according to your mates and f*co the little people.

listen to how 'wacism' was replaced with 'legitimate concerns'. Tells you much, if you're not an intellectual match for a dish cloth.
 
Checking is ok, spouting shite isnt!
You're discounting 80% of the posts on this thread.....see post above.
 
You're simple too.

What is happening in Europe, and further afield, isn't populism. It is the inevitable rebalancing of power, taking back control from a political 'elite' who feel that they and they alone are the sole arbiters of what happens in the country/continent.

there are a lot of people who feel that they have not been and are not being listened to. so they have spoken.

it's a simple enough concept. You get elected, you go to London and represent your voters. Not cut your own shapes according to your mates and f*co the little people.

listen to how 'wacism' was replaced with 'legitimate concerns'. Tells you much, if you're not an intellectual match for a dish cloth.

Good luck.
 
That's alright, we need some spare for the Japanese market.

Japan opens market to British beef and lamb

A lot of the Euro export is from specific breeds and places. You can't buy Cumbrian Swaleswick lamb from new Zealand.
Your link shows Lamb exports of £52 million over 5 years. The EU currently imports about £350 million per annum.

Will there still be the same demand for specific breeds of lamb, when it is 40% more expensive? The Govt doesn't think so.
 
It certainly ain't going to change by getting rid of cheap EU migrant workers. Costs are more likely to go up!
Wages rose for those at the bottom!

Firms 'struggling to recruit as overseas staff stay away'

As Brexit approaches, the CIPD says the shortage of both EU and non-EU migrants reflects a falling interest in the UK as a destination for migrant workers.

And it said research among over 1,000 employers suggested that vacancies are becoming harder to fill.

The squeeze is leading employers to increase pay rates, said the CIPD.

Hospitality industry wages rise over 10% thanks to Brexit
 

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