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EU strategy to destroy the Chequers ‘agreement’...

1500 potential job losses (from 250 companies - that adds up to 6 per company?) in a country that has tens of millions in employment and apparently needs so much foreign labour to fill jobs at present that an open door immigration policy is regarded by remoaners as an essential thing?

You'll have to come up with bigger fish than that.

And I suppose being in the EU would stop any of those companies deciding to up sticks, even on a whim? What exactly would prevent them?

I lost my job when my employers decided to send all their back office jobs abroad but, in my case, it was Scotland. I accepted it as the way of the modern world. Plenty of other jobs were available if I had not already been so close to retirement that it was not worth retraining.

It is the height of hilarity that you use terms like unicorns to discredit Brexit and yet are happy to continue to spout crap about mass food bank usage which has the same relation to reality.
That is 1500 so far, and it may mean that I end up with no job. I won't be given the choice to relocate. It is irrelevant what would happen if we stayed in the eu, cos we ain't. I deal in reality, and it is reaity that I, and mt colleagues, are at risk of losing our jobs jusy so the likes of you can wear your union jack shorts, a hanky on your head, laught at Alf Garnett and sing 10 gernan bombers. Rule Brittania
 

valenciagill

Vital 1st Team Regular
That is 1500 so far, and it may mean that I end up with no job. I won't be given the choice to relocate. It is irrelevant what would happen if we stayed in the eu, cos we ain't. I deal in reality, and it is reaity that I, and mt colleagues, are at risk of losing our jobs jusy so the likes of you can wear your union jack shorts, a hanky on your head, laught at Alf Garnett and sing 10 gernan bombers. Rule Brittania
Cheer up mate , 45 days and all that ...
 

Jerryattrick

Vital Squad Member
Following brexit to get our sovereignty back it only follows that others have the right to do the same.
Next will be scotland and this time they will leave so another border issue.
Then it will be followed by northern island and a different border issue
Maybe but probably not wales after that and why not cornwall
Best of all maybe europe can split up, we can all fight each other and china, the usa, russia and other trading blocks can benefit. Muslims can be to blame and we can round them all up, we wont know what to do with them so need to find a solution .....
of course it will never happen, its never happened before has it?
 

valenciagill

Vital 1st Team Regular
Following brexit to get our sovereignty back it only follows that others have the right to do the same.
Next will be scotland and this time they will leave so another border issue.
Then it will be followed by northern island and a different border issue
Maybe but probably not wales after that and why not cornwall
Best of all maybe europe can split up, we can all fight each other and china, the usa, russia and other trading blocks can benefit. Muslims can be to blame and we can round them all up, we wont know what to do with them so need to find a solution .....
of course it will never happen, its never happened before has it?
What ever will be , will be (y)
 
Following brexit to get our sovereignty back it only follows that others have the right to do the same.
Next will be scotland and this time they will leave so another border issue.
Then it will be followed by northern island and a different border issue
Maybe but probably not wales after that and why not cornwall
Best of all maybe europe can split up, we can all fight each other and china, the usa, russia and other trading blocks can benefit. Muslims can be to blame and we can round them all up, we wont know what to do with them so need to find a solution .....
of course it will never happen, its never happened before has it?
Fingers crossed that the governement does the honourable thing and allow Scotland a 2nd referendum. After all most that voted to stay in the UK, did so on the basis we were part of the EU.
 
Fingers crossed that the governement does the honourable thing and allow Scotland a 2nd referendum. After all most that voted to stay in the UK, did so on the basis we were part of the EU.
Yeah, fingers crossed.

If the vote goes their way, Jimmy Krankie can then fund her own free prescriptions and heavily subsidised university places for Scots.

With their low population, they have room for all the unlimited EU labour as well. It is up to them whether they want to offer those workers any benefits.

Not sure what claim they have on any remaining North Sea oil but there is always the Irn Bru factory.

Everybody wins.
 
That is 1500 so far, and it may mean that I end up with no job. I won't be given the choice to relocate. It is irrelevant what would happen if we stayed in the eu, cos we ain't. I deal in reality, and it is reaity that I, and mt colleagues, are at risk of losing our jobs jusy so the likes of you can wear your union jack shorts, a hanky on your head, laught at Alf Garnett and sing 10 gernan bombers. Rule Brittania
I wasn't given the chance to relocate either. The point I was trying to make was that was in 2012 and had nothing to do with Brexit.

You are not in control of the decisions your employer makes, whether it is to do with Brexit or not. You are not in control of whether they go bankrupt or in to liquidation, for instance. There is no such thing as a job for life these days.

The whole workplace experience has changed beyond recognition in the past few years with advances in IT, cost cutting etc, and if I was young now I would be trying to become as multi skilled as possible. Blaming Brexit is just an easy excuse.

As a matter of fact, besides being a socialist I find the Last Night of the Proms, Royal Jubilees and Weddings, etc, embarrassing and faintly jingositic. As I have stated many times on here, I like the majority of ordinary Europeans and would be happy to stay in a Common Market, but not what has become a heavily bureaucratic Political Union which I believe has been too high a price too pay.
 

Wayne.Kerr

Vital Football Hero
The majority of people will think that groups of 20 men having sex with underage girls is wrong. It's you that is in the minority
Nobody doubts that but you and VG exclude all other perpetrators of such sexual crimes merely to pursue your racist agendas. So, I repeat that you and VG are just about in a minority of two or three on this forum.
 

jogills

Vital Squad Member
The no deal car crash looks more likely with every passing day. Prepare for more blaming of other parties from remaners and the EU to muslims, the politically correct, Corbyn and not sufficiently nationalistic citizens. The liars are going to get their victory and it will belong to them alone so we can begin to ask them:

Why they banged on about migration from Eastern Europe and from middle eastern countries while conveniently ignoring that the biggest group of migrants was from:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uk...-the-UK-now-come-from-China-figures-show.html

China.

Both China and India have demanded a large increase in visas for their citizens to enter our country as their opening salvo in preliminary talks about trade deals. This won't sit well with the troops, who voted to keep the buggers out so get ready for lots of talk about engaging with the "anglosphere". A strange concept but an old one, which used to go under the more openly nativist title of "kith and kin". That's Australia, NZ and Canada but we have dropped South Africa because some new chaps are in charge.

Forget Brexit now because this is about what sort of country we want to live in. I don't want to live in the fading dream of the old and deluded, who fucked it up in the first place. I'm happy to turn it over to the young to see what they make of it and I wish them well.
 
The no deal car crash looks more likely with every passing day. Prepare for more blaming of other parties from remaners and the EU to muslims, the politically correct, Corbyn and not sufficiently nationalistic citizens. The liars are going to get their victory.
There will be no winners, either UK or EU, with no deal. Unfortunately, the ordinary voter can not bang their heads together to avoid it.

As another poster pointed out, the UK wants to show that leaving is right and the EU wants to show that leaving is wrong. That is what is preventing a mutually beneficial agreement.

With liars on both sides, some will claim victory when we finally leave whereas the other side will claim victory with a "told you so" for every bit of bad economical news that follows, whether really due to Brexit or not. The fact that global economy is slowing down, and that includes Germany, should give them ample ammunition.