Ditto for us too in France.Round here it probably is. Most things are a lot better for me and 'er indoors living here. Brexit has caused mild disturbance to my total indifference.
Poor research by whoever did that clip. Aircraft are shown which were either no longer in service in the Battle of Britain or did not arrive until much later.
GDPR was written by the British (mostly) and will still apply after Brexit.You xenophobic racist you!
She reminds me of the remainiacs who post in arrse, same 'arguments' etc.
I have read, with links, that food standards in the EU are virtually identical to the USA ones, other standards in the EU have mainly been based on UK ones i.e. medicines. ECHR, is based on what was written by British lawyers post WW2. It's curious that she thinks that the UK people want lower standards. Ah of course, big business can make more money for fat cat bosses, except in the free market it doesn't work like that, sell crap goods and people won't buy them (buy cheap, buy twice).
That is if it even gets off the groundInteresting article:
European Commission Executive Vice President Frans Timmermans’ first big obstacle to turning Europe green is coming from the ranks of his own party.
A group of Socialist parliamentarians, most of them from Spain, is gearing up to resist key parts of the Commission’s Green Deal in order to protect farmers and fishermen from policies aimed at saving the oceans, cutting back pollution and making the EU's agricultural subsidies more environmentally friendly.
Donald turns the screws
Donald Trump and the World Trade Organisation’s boss have promised to radically reshape the under-fire trade body, as the US president threatened to slap huge tariffs on European Union carmakers.www.telegraph.co.uk