If the EU gave us a decent deal it would encourage other countries to leave,
we won't get a deal, the EU dare not do it
I know that it's wrong to derive so much glee from it. But I'm absofuckinlutely delighted that the paddies are trapped and utterly borked. Fifth highest contributor and screwed by lack of a route to market.At the moment, I don't see any other countries leaving. I think it would take a failure of the euro and the attempt by the EU to impose further erosion of sovereignty to do that.
The problem is further complicated by by euro membership. You would have to have an alternative currency lined up when you triggered Article 50, and at the first whiff of that, the European Commission would go postal.
It was worth watching that to listen to Dominic talking about taxes (from around +5 mins) through the ages and the challenges for the future.I am really not sure if this is the right Thread to place it but **** it, it is worth placing somewhere.
Love them or hate them - and all shades inbetween
Population of 380 million & the best they can produce is Trump & Biden...Off topic, but it's a worrying thought that one of the candidates for US president would be a strong candidate for SPOTY if they posted on ARRSE, while the other strikes me as a case of senile dementia waiting to happen.
Isn't politics wonderful?
It was worth watching that to listen to Dominic talking about taxes (from around +5 mins) through the ages and the challenges for the future.
Yup , his breadth of knowledge as well as the clarity of speech and his sense of fair play in argument. I ******* rate him.It was worth watching that to listen to Dominic talking about taxes (from around +5 mins) through the ages and the challenges for the future.
They can all eff off at the high port."Brussels has proposed that non-UK/non-EU content be limited to 45 per cent of the car, a figure ACEA wants pushed up to 50 per cent “in line with the UK’s position”.
Looks like trade is more important to industry than political posturing.