What now for the EU ?

So you also think you know more about immigration law than a barrister?
So you also think a tweeting barrister knows more about the law than the people that make them?
How's that working out for your remain lawyers?

Did you think that including a tweet of support from a c list celebrity sexual deviant would add gravitas to your argument?

LMFAO.
 

Truxx

LE
I'm impressed by your vast expertise - how you know more about drugs than doctors; how to do science more than scientists; and now more about immigration law than barristers who specialise in immigration: Colin Yeo | Barristers | Garden Court Chambers | Leading Barristers located in London, UK
1. It is a legal opinion, that is undeniable. Every day 100% of the legal profession walks into court convinced they are right.

Later that day 50% walk out disappointed.

2. I know more about the supply chain than most doctors, it is only you who continues to insist that I somehow know anything about drugs, so if its all the same to you , you can stick that bollox in your pipe and smoke it.

3. I enjoy poking fun at the so-called scientific wing of Projekt Fear. Lets call it a hobby. How is euro science funding looking right now by the way?

4. The EU direction of travel and regulations on migration are easily googled. What is less easy to determine is how and why countries such as France continue to flout their own regulation.

So unless you would like to actually debate the issue rather than having a snipe because we all failed to genuflect at your genius why not STFU?
 
So you also think a tweeting barrister knows more about the law than the people that make them?
How's that working out for your remain lawyers?

Did you think that including a tweet of support from a c list celebrity sexual deviant would add gravitas to your argument?

LMFAO.
What's my argument? I asked a simple question - I was hoping one of the learned members of ARRSE would be available to answer.

Unfortunately, they all appear to be busy.
 
1. It is a legal opinion, that is undeniable. Every day 100% of the legal profession walks into court convinced they are right.

Later that day 50% walk out disappointed.

2. I know more about the supply chain than most doctors, it is only you who continues to insist that I somehow know anything about drugs, so if its all the same to you , you can stick that bollox in your pipe and smoke it.

3. I enjoy poking fun at the so-called scientific wing of Projekt Fear. Lets call it a hobby. How is euro science funding looking right now by the way?

4. The EU direction of travel and regulations on migration are easily googled. What is less easy to determine is how and why countries such as France continue to flout their own regulation.

So unless you would like to actually debate the issue rather than having a snipe because we all failed to genuflect at your genius why not STFU?
I just tend to trust experts. That why I trust a medical doctor who sets up multi-site randomised control trials of a certain drug, when he talks about the effect of hold-ups on that drug; because you see, he has a portfolio of demonstrated evidence in that domain. Perhaps I never explained it in depth enough to you, but if he regularly sets up multi-site studies, then he does know about the logistics of that drug.

Good job really, because now you're claiming your legal knowledge of immigration is on parity with a barrister who specialises in immigration law.

Funny how you always claim to have the final opinion, without ever using any sources to show why you are correct, and no matter what the topic.
 
I just tend to trust experts. That why I trust a medical doctor who sets up multi-site randomised control trials of a certain drug, when he talks about the effect of hold-ups on that drug; because you see, he has a portfolio of demonstrated evidence in that domain. Perhaps I never explained it in depth enough to you, but if he regularly sets up multi-site studies, then he does know about the logistics of that drug.

Good job really, because now you're claiming your legal knowledge of immigration is on parity with a barrister who specialises in immigration law.

Funny how you always claim to have the final opinion, without ever using any sources to show why you are correct, and no matter what the topic.
Don't forget to add in some evidence from a c list celebrity pervert, that always helps and adds to a lawyers expertise.

Now wonder they call you 'belters'.
 

JuniorBod

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All this talk of Mr D and the blockheads has made me download all my favourite tracks, lost somewhere in the attic.
All this talk of Mr D and the blockheads has made me block the download of his tracks and hide any physical tracks in the attic

Horses for courses....I

JB
 

Truxx

LE
I just tend to trust experts. That why I trust a medical doctor who sets up multi-site randomised control trials of a certain drug, when he talks about the effect of hold-ups on that drug; because you see, he has a portfolio of demonstrated evidence in that domain. Perhaps I never explained it in depth enough to you, but if he regularly sets up multi-site studies, then he does know about the logistics of that drug.

Good job really, because now you're claiming your legal knowledge of immigration is on parity with a barrister who specialises in immigration law.

Funny how you always claim to have the final opinion, without ever using any sources to show why you are correct, and no matter what the topic.
I challenge you to find the actual record of the Q&A between the chairman (Grieve) and the doctor.

To paraphrase, it went something like this:

"Would delays at Dover have an effect?"

"Yes. It could put urgent cases at risk"

"Thank you for your help."

That is what is known as a blinding glimpse of the bleeding obvious.

The conversation should of course, have continued to discuss what the precise size and shape of any problem might look like (what drugs, coming from where, in what quantity, timeliness, shelf life, etc etc. Boring loggie input shit.) Then it might reasonably have continued to discuss what alternative sourcing, pre-stocking, transportation and clearance procedures might need to be adopted, (such as the Japanese model) - ways and means, before alighting on a set of measures which, if adopted would ensure that the risk to patients was effectively managed, thus making some proper workable recommendations.

But no

Like Rumpole of the Bailey our remain QC had got all he needed and projekt fear had yet another cry.

Your continuing to return to it is proof positive of that.
 
I challenge you to find the actual record of the Q&A between the chairman (Grieve) and the doctor.

To paraphrase, it went something like this:

"Would delays at Dover have an effect?"

"Yes. It could put urgent cases at risk"

"Thank you for your help."

That is what is known as a blinding glimpse of the bleeding obvious.

The conversation should of course, have continued to discuss what the precise size and shape of any problem might look like (what drugs, coming from where, in what quantity, timeliness, shelf life, etc etc. Boring loggie input shit.) Then it might reasonably have continued to discuss what alternative sourcing, pre-stocking, transportation and clearance procedures might need to be adopted, (such as the Japanese model) - ways and means, before alighting on a set of measures which, if adopted would ensure that the risk to patients was effectively managed, thus making some proper workable recommendations.

But no

Like Rumpole of the Bailey our remain QC had got all he needed and projekt fear had yet another cry.

Your continuing to return to it is proof positive of that.
Almost like he is trolling the thread?
 
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I think you need to be of a certain age.
I suppose you don't like Mr Tull either?
Au contraire, I am of that vintage and do like a bit of Jethro....

And Uriah, Zep, Stones, Freddie and on and on ad infinitum...

JB
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Mr Zappa?

I always described my music tastes as eclectic.
Mrs Biff said they were shiit.
 
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I think some on here would be astounded to be informed that not all deportations of failed seekers of DWP benefits go straight back to France or even anywhere else in the EU.
Funnily enough there are direct deport flights for Turkish nationals back to Turkey, Albanians back to Albania and a number of other nationalities back to where they came from.
Even Nigerians going back to Lagos too.
Amazing huh?
This factsheet from 2016 gives a snapshot and sums up the state of play within the EU and any subsequent shopping for asylum by country.
They certainly seem to have an iron grip on it.

 

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