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1 hour ago, tzijlstra said:

You are of course aware that these mishaps also occurred in UK pork as it operates under the same rules as the EU for meat production. How is lowering the standards going to benefit the UK again Peter? 

Yes and now we are out of the EU we may be making rules against it, keep your pigs heads and enjoy your sausages,

https://facts4eu.org/news/2020_sep_eu_food_dangers

 

 

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3 minutes ago, retep said:

Yes and now we are out of the EU we may be making rules against it, keep your pigs heads and enjoy your sausages,

https://facts4eu.org/news/2020_sep_eu_food_dangers

 

Thank heaven I voted to Leave when I see that the EU has lowered its food safety requirements. 

 

Your EU - exposing consumers to an avoidable risk of eating diseased meat.

 

Why? Because the EU cares more about maximising profit for the few, than protecting the many.

 

Better Off Out.

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6 minutes ago, melthebell said:

Just like the one braincell

No we won't, we'll be taking whatever the good ole USA tell us

Are they going to force feed you?

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2 hours ago, tzijlstra said:

June 2016, The Consequences of Brexit first post was placed on this forum. We are now hundreds of pages into it and over 4 years later. We've had two elections in the meantime, essentially because the government could not find a way to make Brexit work. 

 

On the 1st of January this country will no longer be part of any trading block. It will be able to determine its own future. This is (according to Car Boot and other vocal Brexit supporters) what the people wanted.

 

Sadly I haven't got a clue how to make Brexit work. I therefore propose this new thread: 'This is how we make Brexit work.'

 

Feel free to take the floor vociferous pro-Brexit folks. Tell us of all the benefits we will have going forward. 

Over fours years later and the will of the people has only strengthened against EU membership. Elections have been lost by those who sought to overturn the referendum result. Affluent middle class people have marched on the streets to cancel the votes of the majority Leave side.

 

To Leave the EU is what I voted for. I still believe that this was the correct choice, over four years later. No part of the EU in that time has said, or done, anything to introduce any element of doubt to that belief, that I may have voted the wrong way. In fact, it seems to me, the EU has since June 2016 been working hard to convince me that I voted correctly.

 

Its shocking that the EU has done so little in the four years since the vote to persuade Leave voters that they would be better in the EU. It only makes me think the EU really doesn't care about the UK, in which case we are Better Off Out.

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9 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

Over fours years later and the will of the people has only strengthened against EU membership.

Which, of course, is why the vast majority of the electorate now believe Brexit was mistake :hihi:

 

Brexit was never "the will of the people".

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31 minutes ago, Magilla said:

Which, of course, is why the vast majority of the electorate now believe Brexit was mistake :hihi:

 

Brexit was never "the will of the people".

Did you hear about the June 2016 referendum? Do you know the result?

 

To Leave the EU is exactly the will of the people who cared to make their voices heard democratically. 

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18 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

Did you hear about the June 2016 referendum? Do you know the result?

2016 is so 4 years ago :hihi:

 

The vast majority of the electorate now believe Brexit was mistake :thumbsup:

 

18 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

To Leave the EU is exactly the will of the people who cared to make their voice heard democratically.

A subset of the electorate, let alone "the people".

 

Glad we can agree, Brexit was never the will of "the people" :thumbsup:

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12 minutes ago, Magilla said:

2016 is so 4 years ago :hihi:

 

The vast majority of the electorate now believe Brexit was mistake :thumbsup:

 

A subset of the electorate, let alone "the people".

 

Glad we can agree, Brexit was never the will of "the people" :thumbsup:

Only the losers who voted remain.

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1 hour ago, retep said:

Yes and now we are out of the EU we may be making rules against it, keep your pigs heads and enjoy your sausages,

https://facts4eu.org/news/2020_sep_eu_food_dangers

Conspicuous by it's absence in that report is the part UK politicians played in enabling legislation for the changes in standards. If UK politicians had voted against it you'd think an anti-EU site would be crowing about the EU imposing changes on the UK against our wishes. The fact that they don't implies that this is yet again another example of Brexiters blaming the EU for something that the UK supported.

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1 hour ago, Car Boot said:

Its shocking that the EU has done so little in the four years since the vote to persuade Leave voters that they would be better in the EU.

A Brexiteer want the EU to overthrow the will of the people, really!

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2 hours ago, altus said:

Conspicuous by it's absence in that report is the part UK politicians played in enabling legislation for the changes in standards. If UK politicians had voted against it you'd think an anti-EU site would be crowing about the EU imposing changes on the UK against our wishes. The fact that they don't implies that this is yet again another example of Brexiters blaming the EU for something that the UK supported.

Perhaps you missed this bit,

"Under the disastrous Withdrawal Agreement and its Transition Period, the UK is still bound by the EU's rules on food safety. If we had wished to restore the previous rules where our meat inspectors could do more than a visual inspection of a pig which might be infected, we could not have done so."

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3 hours ago, Magilla said:

Which, of course, is why the vast majority of the electorate now believe Brexit was mistake :hihi:

 

Brexit was never "the will of the people".

My bold. 

 

That's a massive statement to make without any back up? 

 

Or are you going to provide evidence such as this to support the claim? 

 

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/brexit-news/survey-on-twitter-shows-majority-of-brits-still-want-to-82698

 

Evidence based on a sample size of 1,100.  Hmmm? 

 

I think you'll find the figure of 17,410,000 vastly out weighs any tiny poll you care to put up.  

 

17,410,000 is & always will be the only figure recognised by history. 

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