What will you do if Brexit is reversed / doesn't happen ?

If Brexit is reversed and doesn't happen what will you do?

  • Go postal and fire bomb government buildings .

    Votes: 35 10.7%
  • Put my gillet vert on and protest.

    Votes: 42 12.8%
  • Stop paying taxes and refuse to cooperate with any government department .

    Votes: 9 2.8%
  • Absolutely nothing and put up with the lack of democracy .

    Votes: 72 22.0%
  • Celebrate the good news .

    Votes: 89 27.2%
  • Campaign for another election.

    Votes: 14 4.3%
  • Something else.

    Votes: 45 13.8%
  • Emigrate .

    Votes: 21 6.4%

  • Total voters
    327

Auld-Yin

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It might. I moved it to A&E to do some tidying but the more I look at it, the more obvious it becomes that it’s now just wall to wall handbaggery/bellendery.
Remain to the core!
 

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Wrong wrong and trice wrong. Our arrangements for trade with the entire world are currently on 90 day circulation. Nations (and the EU) have until 21 March to respond, and then generally only by exception.

Detailed customs handling procedures are already in place with everyone bar EU nations, but worst case they will be much like those for the rest of the world ( a container currently takes on average 6 minutes to clear at ABP Southampton - goods to and from Japan even quicker ( nothing to do with the EU just a very slick pre- clearance process)

If manufacturers such as BMW who have built a business model reliant on trailing bits and bobs back and forth across europe purely so they can squeeze the last pfennig of profit whilst enjoying baksheesh for setting up ball bearing factories in eastern europe tough titty. All that transport backwards and forwards (drivers paid peanuts) knocking seven shades of shit out of the environment hidden from view whilst those same manufacturers crow about how environmentally friendly their latest fat "little" cars (and they are fat these days) are. Mostly by getting the Clever People in the back room to do some jiggery pokery with the software.

We can import apples from Chile and put them on shelves alongside French ones and the former are just as good if not better than the latter ( which, astonishingly, we have subsidised via the CAP). We can import flowers as quickly and cost effectively from Africa where, dispite my own air miles misgivings, the growers collectives have seen the lives of their workers, and their communities, transformed by their work and connection with the first world.

The trouble is that you little eurolanders think that the universe revolves around Brussels (or Strasbourg depending on the time of month and how much of our money they feel like spunking away that week)

Well it bloody well doesn't. There is a whole world of opportunity out there, and even little fish like me and my small business can see that (and work through whatever processes that need to be worked through).

I am not the sharpest tool in the box but if I can manage it then others sure as hell can.
Well said! I don't think you will get universal support though and you have probably now consigned this thread to the Mods Room! :D
 
Wrong wrong and trice wrong. Our arrangements for trade with the entire world are currently on 90 day circulation. Nations (and the EU) have until 21 March to respond, and then generally only by exception.

Detailed customs handling procedures are already in place with everyone bar EU nations, but worst case they will be much like those for the rest of the world ( a container currently takes on average 6 minutes to clear at ABP Southampton - goods to and from Japan even quicker ( nothing to do with the EU just a very slick pre- clearance process)

If manufacturers such as BMW who have built a business model reliant on trailing bits and bobs back and forth across europe purely so they can squeeze the last pfennig of profit whilst enjoying baksheesh for setting up ball bearing factories in eastern europe tough titty. All that transport backwards and forwards (drivers paid peanuts) knocking seven shades of shit out of the environment hidden from view whilst those same manufacturers crow about how environmentally friendly their latest fat "little" cars (and they are fat these days) are. Mostly by getting the Clever People in the back room to do some jiggery pokery with the software.

We can import apples from Chile and put them on shelves alongside French ones and the former are just as good if not better than the latter ( which, astonishingly, we have subsidised via the CAP). We can import flowers as quickly and cost effectively from Africa where, dispite my own air miles misgivings, the growers collectives have seen the lives of their workers, and their communities, transformed by their work and connection with the first world.

The trouble is that you little eurolanders think that the universe revolves around Brussels (or Strasbourg depending on the time of month and how much of our money they feel like spunking away that week)

Well it bloody well doesn't. There is a whole world of opportunity out there, and even little fish like me and my small business can see that (and work through whatever processes that need to be worked through).

I am not the sharpest tool in the box but if I can manage it then others sure as hell can.
Epic post. Saved.
 

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Wrong wrong and trice wrong. Our arrangements for trade with the entire world are currently on 90 day circulation. Nations (and the EU) have until 21 March to respond, and then generally only by exception.

Detailed customs handling procedures are already in place with everyone bar EU nations, but worst case they will be much like those for the rest of the world ( a container currently takes on average 6 minutes to clear at ABP Southampton - goods to and from Japan even quicker ( nothing to do with the EU just a very slick pre- clearance process)

If manufacturers such as BMW who have built a business model reliant on trailing bits and bobs back and forth across europe purely so they can squeeze the last pfennig of profit whilst enjoying baksheesh for setting up ball bearing factories in eastern europe tough titty. All that transport backwards and forwards (drivers paid peanuts) knocking seven shades of shit out of the environment hidden from view whilst those same manufacturers crow about how environmentally friendly their latest fat "little" cars (and they are fat these days) are. Mostly by getting the Clever People in the back room to do some jiggery pokery with the software.

We can import apples from Chile and put them on shelves alongside French ones and the former are just as good if not better than the latter ( which, astonishingly, we have subsidised via the CAP). We can import flowers as quickly and cost effectively from Africa where, dispite my own air miles misgivings, the growers collectives have seen the lives of their workers, and their communities, transformed by their work and connection with the first world.

The trouble is that you little eurolanders think that the universe revolves around Brussels (or Strasbourg depending on the time of month and how much of our money they feel like spunking away that week)

Well it bloody well doesn't. There is a whole world of opportunity out there, and even little fish like me and my small business can see that (and work through whatever processes that need to be worked through).

I am not the sharpest tool in the box but if I can manage it then others sure as hell can.
The EU hasn't prevented us from trading with the rest of the world.

Far from freeing the UK to trade with the world, brexit does the exact opposite and throws up barriers.

WTO is a straitjacket, You are deluded to assert otherwise and your flippant dismissal of 100k's of automotive jobs is contemptible
 
The EU hasn't prevented us from trading with the rest of the world.

Far from freeing the UK to trade with the world, brexit does the exact opposite and throws up barriers.

WTO is a straitjacket, You are deluded to assert otherwise and your flippant dismissal of 100k's of automotive jobs is contemptible
You're just trolling at this point.
 

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PS - that was a friendly tweet to Nigel Farage.

Almost unbelievably, they've cast aside rather vast other political and ideological differences over this, which gives an inkling of the level of opprobrium being felt by some who voted leave.
 
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The EU hasn't prevented us from trading with the rest of the world.

Far from freeing the UK to trade with the world, brexit does the exact opposite and throws up barriers.

WTO is a straitjacket, You are deluded to assert otherwise and your flippant dismissal of 100k's of automotive jobs is contemptible
The EU hasn't prevented us from trading with the rest of the world.

Far from freeing the UK to trade with the world, brexit does the exact opposite and throws up barriers.

WTO is a straitjacket, You are deluded to assert otherwise and your flippant dismissal of 100k's of automotive jobs is contemptible
Have you purchased a new car manufactured in the UK this year? Last year even?

If not, shut up. There is only one thing that will make or break any UK car industry. And that is you. And me. And everyone else.

Like I said, the business model is flawed and deserves to rot. Instead we need the likes of JCB, Ricardo, Perkins, Cummins. Raw materials in one end, world leading kit out of the other.
 
The EU hasn't prevented us from trading with the rest of the world.

Far from freeing the UK to trade with the world, brexit does the exact opposite and throws up barriers.

WTO is a straitjacket, You are deluded to assert otherwise and your flippant dismissal of 100k's of automotive jobs is contemptible
Oh and your initial assertion remains wrong

As an aside the EU is currently having to go through the same GATT28 process as UK (although I think they are a day or two ahead) They too are bound by the same process. Or straightjacket as you put it.
 

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Oh and your initial assertion remains wrong

As an aside the EU is currently having to go through the same GATT28 process as UK (although I think they are a day or two ahead) They too are bound by the same process. Or straightjacket as you put it.
Except the straitjacket will only apply to their trade with the UK, since they have other agreements in place with the RoW which will survive brexit. Whereas as the UK would be trading with the entire globe on shite WTO terms
 

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Excellent, can you think of one our victories which weren’t won without some sort of alliance or ‘foreign’ support.
I believe there’s a 27th regiment of foot memorial at Waterloo. Remind me again which part of England they recruited from?
And Blucher, I suppose he was welsh.
Your point is? How do you think we conquered the globe with half starved paddies and jocks? By getting the locals to kill each other for us!
How simple are you to think that we dont care or know about our history you fool!
 

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