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Europe In Out Shake it all about

kefkat

Vital Football Legend
Can't disagree because it is and I have to admit it's the people who live here that make it a shit-hole. Tory areas are always nicer than Labour ones, and always will be until there are no more Labour areas[/QUOTE]

Exception to the rule is where we live. People are always surprised that York is Labour and has been bar a couple of breaks for a long time.

Rachel Maskell got a strong majority. Its a bit down on 2017 when it was nearly 19,000. Its 13,000 and something this time l.

Still up on the first vote when she was elected after our old MP for Labour stood down and retired so all good
 
Boris Johnson: "Imagine if bratwurst could not be moved from Dortmund to Dusseldorf because of the jurisdiction of an international court – you’d think it was absolutely extraordinary. So we have to sort it out."

Just fuck the fuck off, you absolute twat. The reason there are issues moving certain goods between GB and NI is because of an international agreement Johnson signed and the UK Parliament approved.

You fucking idiot :arrghh:
 

danvilla2

Vital Football Legend
Let’s hope the hundreds of thousands of Spanish, Portuguese and Polish nurses, care workers, delivery drivers and lorry drivers haven’t gone home just yet, we like them again for 12 more weeks :ooops:
@kefkat seems like I was wrong then on the lorry drivers


I just don’t get who is going to do these jobs with unemployment (pre pandemic) at circa 4%. Unless we start importing Asian migrants - which is what I think will happen.

The other thing here which is a consequence of this trend, is that it’ll push costs up for consumers slightly. You can’t drive a lorry for more than a set hours of day, but over time and contractual drivers would cost more.
 

BodyButter

Vital Football Legend
@kefkat seems like I was wrong then on the lorry drivers


I just don’t get who is going to do these jobs with unemployment (pre pandemic) at circa 4%. Unless we start importing Asian migrants - which is what I think will happen.

The other thing here which is a consequence of this trend, is that it’ll push costs up for consumers slightly. You can’t drive a lorry for more than a set hours of day, but over time and contractual drivers would cost more.
I've heard the meat packing industry is in crisis because of the labour shortage. Someone has to do these shit jobs.
 
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The Fear

A Wise Man (once sat next to him)
David Frost says he understands why businesses are abandoning trade with Northern Ireland because his Brexit agreement has made it “too much trouble” to carry on. The negotiator of the deal – which created a border in the Irish Sea – admitted he had not fully foreseen the “chilling effect” of the punishing new red tape, which has left smaller firms facing higher costs.
 
David Frost says he understands why businesses are abandoning trade with Northern Ireland because his Brexit agreement has made it “too much trouble” to carry on. The negotiator of the deal – which created a border in the Irish Sea – admitted he had not fully foreseen the “chilling effect” of the punishing new red tape, which has left smaller firms facing higher costs.
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