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Mod Note: As we are getting rather tired of seeing reports about this. The use of the word Remoaners  is to cease. Either posts like adults, or don't post at all. The mod warnings have been clear.

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In addition to remoaner we are also not going to allow the use of libdums or liebore - if you cannot behave like adults and post without recourse to these childish insults then please refrain from posting. If you have a problem with this then you all know where the helpdesk is. 

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1 hour ago, Robin-H said:

How long does it take for decisions to get incorporated in the EU law, typically? 

Once agreed upon by all member states they usually take around 2 years to become incorporated into domestic law by those members.

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1 hour ago, apelike said:

Once agreed upon by all member states they usually take around 2 years to become incorporated into domestic law by those members.

I think it's a bit more complicated than that, as it depends what it meant by 'decisions'. 

 

https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/law-making-process/applying-eu-law_en

 

Regulations and decisions become binding automatically throughout the EU on the date they enter into force. Directives have to be implemented by all 27 European Union (EU) Member States into their national laws within two years of the time the Directive is formally adopted. 

 

I agree however that it is unlikely that the any rules introduced by the EU during the transition period would a) have been decided after we can no longer influence the decision or b) end up being so problematic that a lot of damage is done before we can just repeal it after the transition ends.. 

 

 

 

 

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Well... in 1 weeks time you will have what you wanted.

 

I hope that the world on the other side is a rosy as you promised, but if not, then I will be standing up and saying "Told You So" and you will be blaming the remain voters saying it was our fault.

 

It wasn't, you have what you voted for, now grow up and take responsibility for the bad as well as any good there might be.

 

Personally I still think that the leavers have signed the toilet act for the UK as that is where we are headed, led by a self-confessed liar, a cheat, a racist and a sexist - your choices have made him the role model for your children.

I hope you are proud!

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1 hour ago, Litotes said:

Well... in 1 weeks time you will have what you wanted.

 

I hope that the world on the other side is a rosy as you promised, but if not, then I will be standing up and saying "Told You So" and you will be blaming the remain voters saying it was our fault.

 

It wasn't, you have what you voted for, now grow up and take responsibility for the bad as well as any good there might be.

 

Personally I still think that the leavers have signed the toilet act for the UK as that is where we are headed, led by a self-confessed liar, a cheat, a racist and a sexist - your choices have made him the role model for your children.

I hope you are proud!

I take it you still haven't go over being on the losing side  of the EU referendum result. 

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20 minutes ago, West 77 said:

I take it you still haven't go over being on the losing side  of the EU referendum result. 

I still haven't got over making what I think is a huge mistake.

As I said, I hope I am wrong, but I think that we are sliding into an era in which Britain will lose influence, power and the economy will go down the pan.

 

Oh, and the Union will break down.

 

But hey, that's what you voted for ... so you can't complain.

But I didn't, so I can!

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22 minutes ago, West 77 said:

I take it you still haven't go over being on the losing side  of the EU referendum result. 

I haven’t go either.

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2 hours ago, Litotes said:

Well... in 1 weeks time you will have what you wanted.

 

I hope that the world on the other side is a rosy as you promised, but if not, then I will be standing up and saying "Told You So" and you will be blaming the remain voters saying it was our fault.

 

It wasn't, you have what you voted for, now grow up and take responsibility for the bad as well as any good there might be.

 

Personally I still think that the leavers have signed the toilet act for the UK as that is where we are headed, led by a self-confessed liar, a cheat, a racist and a sexist - your choices have made him the role model for your children.

I hope you are proud!

Who is that comment aimed at?

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10 hours ago, Robin-H said:

Who is that comment aimed at?

Anybody who voted leave I think, it's pretty self explanatory

Edited by melthebell

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https://www.theguardian.com/society/2020/jan/25/former-red-wall-areas-could-lose-millions-in-council-funding-review

 

£300m a year set be redirected from deprived areas to shire councils, analysis shows.

 

Thanks to all those that voted Tory in my constituency Penistone and Stocksbridge we maybe losing over £4 million.

Edited by Sidonica

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15 hours ago, Litotes said:

I still haven't got over making what I think is a huge mistake.

As I said, I hope I am wrong, but I think that we are sliding into an era in which Britain will lose influence, power and the economy will go down the pan.

 

Oh, and the Union will break down.

 

But hey, that's what you voted for ... so you can't complain.

But I didn't, so I can!

I can't foresee any leave voters complaining.  Let's all be optimistic, the  nights have started to get lighter. If you can't bring yourself to be optimistic then enjoy the last few days of being in the EU.  This time next week our membership of the EU will be over.

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1 hour ago, West 77 said:

I can't foresee any leave voters complaining.  Let's all be optimistic, the  nights have started to get lighter. If you can't bring yourself to be optimistic then enjoy the last few days of being in the EU.  This time next week our membership of the EU will be over.

:banana:   :banana:

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