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Forget paying £120.000 or half a million for a big bong give our NHS and Police a big bung. :rant:

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2 hours ago, Lex Luthor said:

How many in the UK fishing industry do you think have lost their jobs since EU regulation?  How many whole towns have been decimated?

Do you really think that's going to change when we the EU? Tonnes of fish are going to magically reappear in the north sea?

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16 minutes ago, PRESLEY said:

Forget paying £120.000 or half a million for a big bong give our NHS and Police a big bung. :rant:

I agree.

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Always useful to remind everyone what a red herring the UK fishing industry is, in the Brexit debate.

 

Many Brexiteers still have the same "they need us more than we need them" misconceived perception about the issue, as about German car manufacturers and Italian wine producers.

 

They'll make hay of the EU27 loudly putting fishing rights on the negotiation table (look, look, see, they want something we have, so surely they must need us more than we need them), completely oblivious to the economical fact that it's a non-deal-breaking troll, and that the actual negotiating battleground between the UK and the EU will be about getting the UK to subscribe to a dynamic (as opposed to bare) level playing field relationship.

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13 hours ago, Car Boot said:

In August 2019 the unemployment rate in France was 8.6%.

 

The UK had an unemployment rate of 3.8 % in August 2019.

the french include students in their figures, we don't.

 

the french include all sorts of people in their figures, that we don't.

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1 hour ago, PRESLEY said:

Forget paying £120.000 or half a million for a big bong give our NHS and Police a big bung. :rant:

Who will be paying this?

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2 hours ago, Bargepole23 said:

Common Fisheries Policy was introduced to stop overfishing no? To allow stocks to replenish. What's the major market for fish landed in the UK?

 

Either way, those jobs are gone and are not coming back, and the loss of that industry is a tragedy for those concerned.

 

How does that justify the disregard shown for further job losses in other industries? 

Yes, it is a tragedy.  It doesn't justify anyone losing their job in other industries.

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16 minutes ago, apelike said:

Who will be paying this?

Don't you know. :huh:

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42 minutes ago, apelike said:

Who will be paying this?

it was all over the news yesterday, Johnson wants the "public" to fund it

 

no ****ing chance

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I agree with the PM's stance.  You want it, you pay for it.

 

Personally I dont understand what all the obsession with one particular clocks striking machanism is about

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