The Brexit Consequences Thread

Never waste a crisis Skid...
Moreover the issue is pointless. The affects of no deal are organisational not legislative as far as I see. The Laws by which we operate with either passengers or freight are already in position, the only thing we don't have is the operational staff. Oh and for the record, there is absolutely no problem with the armed forces working under the direction of either the Customs or Immigration directorates as aid to the civil power in the short term. They did it for the FBU during the strikes- the only issue is the standard of training. That of course is down to our shortsighted Socialist brethren who really take the biscuit in terms of two facedness....still as ever " The working class can Kiss our **** WE.VE GOT THE FOREMAN'S JOB AT LAST."
 
Brexit Derangement Syndrome is real, at least for one nutter from Nottingham

No mention of pidgeon shouting, or desert eagles, but well you never know....

 
Looks like it's starting to get ugly, and there's weeks to go yet

 
Brexit Derangement Syndrome is real, at least for one nutter from Nottingham

No mention of pidgeon shouting, or desert eagles, but well you never know....

Yon doctor needs to take a look at arrse...he'll see plenty of delusion and psychosis. Brought on by mental gymnastics of believing different things at the same time and the incurable desire to return to a better time when Britain ruled the world and others knew their place.
 
Anchor butter is still on the shelves and New Zealand Lamb is still available, just like before we joined the EU.
 
In an interesting move;
"Australia and a host of non-EU countries are demanding compensation from the UK and the EU for Brexit-related disruption to trade."
The remain parties, backers and all those that voted remain should pick up the tab.
We should have left on 24 June 2016, not put up with the tantrums of the losers.

Still, as it's in the Gruniad, I'll reserve judgement.
 
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Anchor butter is still on the shelves and New Zealand Lamb is still available, just like before we joined the EU.
Is the Anchor butter made in NewZealand? I am sure I checked the label some time ago, and it seemed to come from the UK. NZ wasn't mentioned at all, so I didn't buy it.
 

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