:brexit: Brexit - The Ramifications

:brexit: Brexit - The Ramifications
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#6237

The three blokes are clueless wankers.

They went to Southampton to talk about the impact of leaving the EU to the car industry and its supply chain.

… In a city where the EU loaned money to a multinational to help it move one of the city’s biggest firms out of Europe.

I’m glad Jason J Hunter was crying tears. I’m just disappointed that he wasn’t pissing blood.


#6238

It isn’t. It really isn’t.


#6239

TBF, we don’t know yet…


#6240

What so you reckon it could be as bad as terminal cancer??

Maybe you should ask someone with terminal cancer if they had a choice, would they choose the cancer over brexit.


#6241

Just a quick poll for everyone, if the choice was Chequers or Remain, which would you go for? I understand it’s hypothetical, but I’d like to know.

Obviously, for me, it would be Remain.


#6242

I think they’re talking about the possible result of Brexit to the Economy. He’s not saying that Brexit is worse than terminal cancer.


#6243

To be fair he didnt say it was worse

He said that it was as bad.

p.s. it isn’t


#6244

TBF, I’m not happy with that phrase.


#6245

Chequers is dead.

Also, I reckon if you give up the Quisling practice, you’ll have time to learn how to use polls.


#6246

May is supposed to be making a speech on the subject right now. Glorious tweet, btw.


#6247

Here we go.


#6248

Criticising the EU over the Norn thing.


#6249

Actually not a ‘bad’ speech so far, I think she’s been practising.


#6250

I liked the bit at the end, where she walked off. I just hope she doesn’t stop, ever😊


#6251

I was hoping she’d do a mic drop.


#6252

But he said EU leaders had agreed that the proposals needed to be redrawn: “The suggested framework for economic co-operation will not work, not least because it is undermining the single market.”

He followed it up by posting a photograph on Instagram of he and Mrs May looking at cakes with the caption: “A piece of cake, perhaps? Sorry, no cherries.”

The EU has argued that the UK cannot “cherry-pick” elements from its rulebook.

Yet however other countries can and do :man_shrugging:


#6253

Of course. Shoulda seen that coming. Lunch with Mum at one of those chains.
It was only 25% full. 1 hour 40 mins for a rock hard steak and salad. Unwashed beer pipes.
Yep, all the staff are now locals.


#6254

#6255

I watched May’s speech as it was broadcast. It’s a shame that she didn’t make it two years ago when she took office. Some of the things she said, such as a near guarantee to respect the residence of existing EU citizens, chimed with me completely.

On the surface, it’s difficult to argue with her twin aims of keeping the Union together, although it’d sound less distasteful on a deeper level if the DUP weren’t keeping her in power.

Like I said, it’s a real shame she didn’t set this stall out in 2016.


#6256

I’d like to thank Theresa for tanking the pound and making my beer tonight cheaper