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As the previous thread was running to over300 pages it's time for a new thread.

 

 Let me make this perfectly clear - any personal attacks will get you a suspension. The moderating team is not going to continually issue warnings. If you cannot remain civil and post within forum rules then do not bother to contribute.

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Part 7, hoping this is the part where I see a genuine positive for leaving.

 

Come on leavers, lets do this!!!!

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6 minutes ago, tinfoilhat said:

Part 7, hoping this is the part where I see a genuine positive for leaving.

 

Come on leavers, lets do this!!!!

Bus, NHS, immigrants, sovereignty, Farage, taking back control

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We will be leaving on the 29 th March 2019.

Or a month or two later perhaps.

With No deal or May’s deal...perhaps.

Parliament is enjoying votes on an hourly basis.

I would like one too please.

 

Edited by RJRB

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2 minutes ago, RJRB said:

We will be leaving on the 29 th March 2019.

Or a month or two later perhaps.

With No deal or May’s deal...perhaps.

 

That's not sounding like a positive thing to me!

 

1 hour ago, melthebell said:

Bus, NHS, immigrants, sovereignty, Farage, taking back control

Lies, getting worse, no change, farcical, cockroach, what control?

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1 hour ago, tinfoilhat said:

Part 7, hoping this is the part where I see a genuine positive for leaving.

 

Come on leavers, lets do this!!!!

The positive for me is we are leaving . That is a positive,  simple as that.

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Well i can already confirm that European manufacturers have a)put prices up to stop UK stockpile b)built up stockpiles of their own for when the UK distributers run out and c)have now decided to have manufacturing plant issues to reduce supply to UK markets.

In fact my European suppliers started doing it in October. 

 

So its positively marvellous for them.

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1 hour ago, tinfoilhat said:

Part 7, hoping this is the part where I see a genuine positive for leaving.

 

Come on leavers, lets do this!!!!

After we Leave the EU we can lower domestic gas and electricity bills by removing VAT, which hurts the poorest in society the most - because of our EU membership.

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6 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

After we Leave the EU we can lower domestic gas and electricity bills by removing VAT, which hurts the poorest in society the most - because of our EU membership.

Well, when that happens - no doubt shortly after Theresa May nationalises the railways, we’ll put a nice big tick in the positives box.

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2 hours ago, tinfoilhat said:

Part 7, hoping this is the part where I see a genuine positive for leaving.

 

Come on leavers, lets do this!!!!

After we Leave the EU we can, at last, consign the hated EU tampon tax to the dustbin of history.

 

This misogynist tax has been kept because of EU rules which are, and have always been, anti-female. Despite some retailers absorbing the tax, VAT on tampons is still very much in place in the UK.

 

Let's ditch the EU and ditch the tampon tax. Lets be positive for women!

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Just now, Car Boot said:

After we Leave the EU we can, at last, consign the hated EU tampon tax to the dustbin of history.

 

This misogynist tax has been kept because of EU rules which are, and have always been, anti-female. Despite some retailers absorbing the tax, VAT on tampons is still very much in place in the UK.

 

Let's ditch the EU and ditch the tampon tax.

I agree. A positive - presuming our government implements that. That’s actually a positive that has the slightest chance of happening.

 

You get a tick, albeit in pencil because it hasn’t happened yet. 

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22 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

After we Leave the EU we can, at last, consign the hated EU tampon tax to the dustbin of history.

It's not an "EU Tampon Tax" at all, it was never imposed by the EU but rather by agreement of member states.

 

 

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