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In the News / Re: Do we really care about Brexit
« Last post by DORIAN on August 19, 2019, 17:00:20 PM »
amazing is it not ,that the rhetoric from those who want out is as vitriolic who  those want to stay in, so what in hells chance of OUR representatives in parliament got a chance in hell of supplying. Me personally, looking at food production, am very concerned of the welfare of our fellow islanders!!!
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In the News / Re: Do we really care about Brexit
« Last post by Bob DeBilda on August 19, 2019, 16:14:39 PM »
Sounds like you don't really want a no deal Brexit to me.

I would have thought that that scenario was what you would want with BoJo not bottling it and the Uk diving head first off the cliffs of Dover.

I think Brexiteers are also hearing the remoaners - and listening!
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In the News / Re: Do we really care about Brexit
« Last post by baldy on August 19, 2019, 14:44:07 PM »
But, the problem is that the EU leaders can hear the remoaners and so they will hold out for no deal assuming Boris will bottle it or will be removed somehow from the decision.

The remainiac MPs are playing a very dangerous game.
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In the News / Re: Do we really care about Brexit
« Last post by Bob DeBilda on August 19, 2019, 10:11:03 AM »
In true NAZI style!

Why not just stick your fingers in your ears and shout " I can't hear you"

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In the News / Re: Brexit: No-deal dossier shows worst-case scenario - Gove
« Last post by wanderlust on August 19, 2019, 08:17:32 AM »
 
BBC: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-49388402



The contempt for remoaners who constantly stir fear about Brexit is growing so much that there is going to be some sort of civil unrest including shootings of more MPs ....   I'm in no doubt about it.

The remoaners who are trying to undermine no-deal planning are actually making it more likely that there will be no deal when we leave the EU on 31st October because the EU leaders think the remoaners will somehow stop Brexit or at least a no-deal Brexit.


I'm coming around to the idea that some remoaner MPs need to be rounded up and interned for their own safety (and to shut them up until November at least  - ahem).  ;)   ;D

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In the News / Brexit: No-deal dossier shows worst-case scenario - Gove
« Last post by baldy on August 18, 2019, 20:48:29 PM »
BBC: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-49388402



The contempt for remoaners who constantly stir fear about Brexit is growing so much that there is going to be some sort of civil unrest including shootings of more MPs ....   I'm in no doubt about it.

The remoaners who are trying to undermine no-deal planning are actually making it more likely that there will be no deal when we leave the EU on 31st October because the EU leaders think the remoaners will somehow stop Brexit or at least a no-deal Brexit.

I'm coming around to the idea that some remoaner MPs need to be rounded up and interned for their own safety (and to shut them up until November at least  - ahem).  ;)   ;D
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In the News / UK faces food, fuel and drugs shortages in no-deal Brexit - report
« Last post by Maxi on August 18, 2019, 10:32:32 AM »
Is this what you voted for Brexiteers

Not Project Fear this time but reality.

Leaked Cabinet Office papers give "the most comprehensive assessment of the UK's readiness for a no-deal", says the Sunday Times.
A no-deal Brexit could lead to shortages of food, fuel and medicine, as well as a hard border on the island of Ireland, according to leaked official government documents published in the Sunday Times.
The newspaper said the forecasts compiled by the Cabinet Office under the codename Operation Yellowhammer set out the most likely aftershocks of a no-deal Brexit rather than the worst case scenarios.
It comes ahead of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's first EU trip this week during which he will demand a new withdrawal agreement and warn how serious he is about pursuing a no-deal Brexit if he does not get one.
The dossier shows that 85% of lorries using the main channel crossings "may not be ready" for French customs, meaning disruption at ports would potentially last up to three months before the flow of traffic improves, the Times said.
The government also believes a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic will be likely as current plans to avoid widespread checks will prove unsustainable.
The Times said: "The dossier offers a rare glimpse into the covert planning being carried out by the government to avert a catastrophic collapse in the nation's infrastructure.
"The file, marked 'official-sensitive' requiring security clearance on a 'need to know' basis is remarkable because it gives the most comprehensive assessment of the UK's readiness for a no-deal Brexit."

https://news.sky.com/story/uk-faces-food-fuel-and-drugs-shortages-in-no-deal-brexit-report-11788081

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Westbury News & Discussion / Re: Charlie finbow
« Last post by baldy on August 17, 2019, 14:52:26 PM »
I've known Charlie since 2003 when he became a town councillor. He was involved in a variety of community activities, not least as a governor and frequently chair of governors at the junior school. He will be greatly missed by many.
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Westbury News & Discussion / Re: Charlie finbow
« Last post by DORIAN on August 17, 2019, 10:51:09 AM »
a super kind gentleman who did so much for everyone, a sad day indeed, Thanks Charlie for all that [beer] you did
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Westbury News & Discussion / Charlie finbow
« Last post by Debs on August 16, 2019, 17:31:38 PM »
Sad news  , charlie was always a good contributor to this forum as well as westbury and the council
 Condolences to charlies family  :'(
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