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16 minutes ago, I1L2T3 said:

Tomorrow’s lesson: water is wet, and fire is hot.

Tell you what, there are posters on here and I'm not naming names, who will try to tell you that they are not because the saw something on facebook which told them different and we are all mugs for not believing them! 😳

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1 hour ago, I1L2T3 said:

Astounding deduction skills.

 

Could we....possibly.....be starting to make Brexiters understand basic facts.

 

Tomorrow’s lesson: water is wet, and fire is hot.

Just trying to educate you and the other remoaners, not an easy task but someone has to try.

 

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3 minutes ago, retep said:

Just trying to educate you and the other remoaners, not an easy task but someone has to try.

 

Read back over those last few posts.  The brexiters just got schooled (again).

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LOL, just watched a few minutes of this...then got bored with the crap

 

 

yet more lies and gibberish from the brextremists, the EU is not falling apart because of us leaving, the EU will not fall apart cos of the problems of those other countries mentioned, the EU is NOT the cause of the problems of those other countries (their governments are).

then you look down the comments and its the usual crap about sovereignty and migration...one even says stop third world migration by leaving the EU Oo its only gonna get worse when we make deals with the actual countries involved lol and they want legal migration deals put in place.

 

usual nonsense spouted by idiots, NONE of it based in fact or reality

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12 minutes ago, Cyclone said:

Read back over those last few posts.  The brexiters just got schooled (again).

I have read the posts, now can you tell me how the EU could have pushed the UK when the UK is part of the EU.

 

 

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3 hours ago, tinfoilhat said:

Nope! Our water standard and beach standards were awful until the EU pushed us.

You mean this?

 

https://eu-rope.ideasoneurope.eu/2018/06/17/our-beaches-are-clean-because-of-the-eu/

 

So, the EU passed laws, which we agreed to as part of the EU, which we were then obliged to implement locally (ie in the UK), which resulted in the cleanliness of our beaches increasing.

 

But you appear to have missed the point:  That being that someone said "our standards were okay up to now weren't they", apparently not realising that for 45 years our standards have been lead by the EU, they are EU standards.  That's why there's a fear that standards may fall after we leave the EU and are no longer held to, well, a higher standard.

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So, this is Christmas,

And what have we learned?

Another year older,

And a treaty not discerned.

 

A very merry Christmas
And a happy New Year
Let's hope it's a good one
Without any (project) fear

 

And so this is Christmas
For weak and for strong
For remain and the leave ones
One side is so wrong

 

And so happy Christmas
Let's give up the pretense

And hope the beleavers

Will finally see sense

 

A very merry Christmas
And hope to come true
I wish in 12 months

We'll still be part of the EU

 

Happy Christmas all.

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3 hours ago, hobinfoot said:

Haven't our standards been ok up to now ?

But this was said with reference to standards of goods and services, and yes, we can of course continue to meet EU standards with our goods and behaviour.

 

But the KEY thing here is that we won't get to DETERMINE those standards anymore.  We will be obliged to continue to meet them in order to trade, but we won't have any say in what they are.  So we will quite clearly be worse off than we are now.

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25 minutes ago, Cyclone said:

 We will be obliged to continue to meet them in order to trade, but we won't have any say in what they are.  

That's what these clowns fail to recognise.

 

Yes, we may sew up some dodgy trade deals with the US and China but we will still have to conform to EU standards to be able to still sell to our biggest trading partner. We're not going to split our factories in two to produce Rogue Traders fridges for the US and China and CE approved fridges for the EU. We will have to manufacture fridges to the higher standard, a standard we will no longer have a part in deciding.

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11 minutes ago, Top Cats Hat said:

That's what these clowns fail to recognise.

 

Yes, we may sew up some dodgy trade deals with the US and China but we will still have to conform to EU standards to be able to still sell to our biggest trading partner. We're not going to split our factories in two to produce Rogue Traders fridges for the US and China and CE approved fridges for the EU. We will have to manufacture fridges to the higher standard, a standard we will no longer have a part in deciding.

No need for us to worry about manufacturing standards for fridges,or any white goods for that matter.We no longer make them,but no doubt they form part of the mythical trading opportunities that will be available to us once we have left the EU.

At the moment we are running a big deficit in the fridge trade as we hope be able to stock a few weeks supply of the many drugs which we import from the EU.

 

 

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1 hour ago, retep said:

Just trying to educate you and the other remoaners, not an easy task but someone has to try.

 

Educate me mate, I'll start you off with a little template.

 

 

Post here, start below line---------------

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3 hours ago, I1L2T3 said:

Astounding deduction skills.

 

Could we....possibly.....be starting to make Brexiters understand basic facts.

 

Tomorrow’s lesson: water is wet, and fire is hot.

You do realise that belittling brexiters only gets their back up and makes them more determined don’t you? 🙄

 

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