Let’s not forget that Eire and the rest of the EU we’re going to remove the ability to fly over their airspace...... because as we all know, the International Civil Aviation Authority is an EU led organisation.Nail head.
And for any poster to claim that the various Brexit threads were not riddled with un-caveatted predictions of aviation disaster, in the full range of possible outcomes, not just the "no deal" scenario from the usual suspects is, frankly, laughable and a strong contender for the Sir Kier Starmer Memorial Prize for Hindsight.
It would logically drive you to one of two conclusions.
Now we will be able to get our own people skilled up and there will be more jobs and apprenticeships for school leavers. Not only will people in this country be better skilled, better paid and more tax paid into the coffers (which can in turn pay for better infrastructure). There will be less foreigners living in houses - and therefore better access to housing for the rest of us which might make these crazy rents and house prices come down a bit & less strain on the HNS.
Cheers needy guy who makes stuff up. You're an inveterate liar, I can't help you.Let’s not forget that Eire and the rest of the EU we’re going to remove the ability to fly over their airspace...... because as we all know, the International Civil Aviation Authority is an EU led organisation.
Oh wait a minute, it’s not.
should we just say that project fear tried to scare us into voting one way?
I’m still waiting for our inability to deal with a global pandemic outside of the EU, an out break of super gonorrhoea caused by Kent becoming the worlds largest dogging site.
I know that @One_of_the_strange and @Graculus will never ever admit that things haven’t planned out as bad as they predicted, other than a hiccup in fish exports to a locked down continent with media reports being coordinated by a fish wholesaler who is a major financial contributor to the SNP.
However, even my oppo at work who was dead against the U.K. leaving the EU asked me the other day why things have been nowhere near as bad as they said they’d be because he can’t even think of one negative. ) we’re exporting more to the EU and non EU countries than ever before.....we can’t keep up and that’s even factoring into account the mass exodus of Eastern European workers who have left the U.K. and vine back home who I cheerily say hello to every day as they still seem to be here. (I tell a lie, we did loose one. But he was always planning to go back to Poland but has been very grateful for the £2.5k relocation grant to allow illegal immigrants to go back home. With hindsight maybe they shouldn’t have introduced that cash cow until after told EU Citiziems had registered residency. I mean if somebody’s going to give you £2.5k for not filling in some paper work to make a journey you we’re going to make anyway, why would you fill it in?
Well being such a Johnny Come Lately you will have missed all of that. Those of us who have a bit more time under our belts remember well the wailing and gnashing of teeth on the subject. If I am not mistaken there was an entire thread on the subject.
A friend of mine was convinced she would dir because her prescription was so rare it would be impossible to import it after Brexit. She's still here...Also, have we run out of chemotherapy drugs yet?
Im sure one of the grate branes swore blind that delays at the border would result in a shortage of chemo drugs due to half life’s or shelf life’s etc.