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Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Gary » Tue Jan 17, 2017 1:20 pm

Had to turn off Prime Moron May's big Brexit speech.

Bloody woman thinks the UK is still important in the World.

I think we'll be getting a new motto..."Ourselves Alone".
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Russ » Tue Jan 17, 2017 2:55 pm

May's speech could have been a lot worse

The UK Parliament now has a say on the final decision and come next week will have a decision on the timeline

She advocated skills based immigration system, one I think 95% of UK residents know we need

There's a reason Sterling didn't tank

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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Dave » Tue Jan 17, 2017 9:57 pm

Russ wrote:May's speech could have been a lot worse

The UK Parliament now has a say on the final decision and come next week will have a decision on the timeline

She advocated skills based immigration system, one I think 95% of UK residents know we need

There's a reason Sterling didn't tank

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We need the skills but the immigration system will not attract them
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Russ » Tue Jan 17, 2017 9:59 pm

Dave wrote:
Russ wrote:May's speech could have been a lot worse

The UK Parliament now has a say on the final decision and come next week will have a decision on the timeline

She advocated skills based immigration system, one I think 95% of UK residents know we need

There's a reason Sterling didn't tank

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We need the skills but the immigration system will not attract them

Looking forward to the unskilled of Stoke being my new dentist

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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Rooster » Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:23 pm

Russ wrote:May's speech could have been a lot worse

The UK Parliament now has a say on the final decision and come next week will have a decision on the timeline

She advocated skills based immigration system, one I think 95% of UK residents know we need

There's a reason Sterling didn't tank

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So skills will include, meat factory staff, vegetable picking and packing staff, janitors, cleaners, doctors, nurses, builders labourers, hole diggers, hospitality industry staff, aw feck we need just about everything except dossers and sicknotes as we have plenty of our own.
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Russ » Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:30 pm

Rooster wrote:
Russ wrote:May's speech could have been a lot worse

The UK Parliament now has a say on the final decision and come next week will have a decision on the timeline

She advocated skills based immigration system, one I think 95% of UK residents know we need

There's a reason Sterling didn't tank

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So skills will include, meat factory staff, vegetable picking and packing staff, janitors, cleaners, doctors, nurses, builders labourers, hole diggers, hospitality industry staff, aw feck we need just about everything except dossers and sicknotes as we have plenty of our own.

Seems it

Maybe someone should look at what we have first

Or instead of sending the 3.2 back to europe we send the 3.2m benefit scroungers born here instead

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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Cockatrice » Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:31 pm

Rooster are you the only chicken farmer that isn't related to DUP SPAD?
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Rooster » Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:50 pm

Cockatrice wrote:Rooster are you the only chicken farmer that isn't related to DUP SPAD?

No DUP connections here CT, if there was I would burn them, and no I don't have a RHI burner :lol:
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Rooster » Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:51 pm

Russ wrote:
Rooster wrote:
Russ wrote:May's speech could have been a lot worse

The UK Parliament now has a say on the final decision and come next week will have a decision on the timeline

She advocated skills based immigration system, one I think 95% of UK residents know we need

There's a reason Sterling didn't tank

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So skills will include, meat factory staff, vegetable picking and packing staff, janitors, cleaners, doctors, nurses, builders labourers, hole diggers, hospitality industry staff, aw feck we need just about everything except dossers and sicknotes as we have plenty of our own.

Seems it

Maybe someone should look at what we have first

Or instead of sending the 3.2 back to europe we send the 3.2m benefit scroungers born here instead

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Sounds like a plan Russ and if no one wants them airdrop them in Syria :thumleft:
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Cockatrice » Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:54 pm

Rooster wrote:
Cockatrice wrote:Rooster are you the only chicken farmer that isn't related to DUP SPAD?

No DUP connections here CT, if there was I would burn them, and no I don't have a RHI burner :lol:


The truth is in the telling... who don't have a burner so how many is it then ? :thumleft:
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Rooster » Tue Jan 17, 2017 11:03 pm

Cockatrice wrote:
Rooster wrote:
Cockatrice wrote:Rooster are you the only chicken farmer that isn't related to DUP SPAD?

No DUP connections here CT, if there was I would burn them, and no I don't have a RHI burner :lol:


The truth is in the telling... who don't have a burner so how many is it then ? :thumleft:

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An interesting one is in the number inspected and something found wrong, about 50% I read, now at present I doubt if any poultry farms are in that as all visits to them are halted due to the bird flu outbreak.

The wee fire with the 8 boilers in a shed in Fermanagh is also iteresting as they are owned by a man from Co Leitrim :scratch: for fecks sake Co Leitrim is not even in Ulster 6 or 9 counties :shock:
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Rooster » Tue Jan 17, 2017 11:09 pm

Back to Brexit, me thinks CT got wrong thread above :roll:

More than half of Northern Ireland's exports went to the EU last year, economic data said.

The trade was worth £3 billion, according to Revenue and Customs.

Northern Ireland director of the CBI Angela McGowan said businesses were seeking the freest possible trade between the UK and EU.

"However, ruling out membership of the single market has reduced options for maintaining barrier-free and tariff-free trading relationship between the UK and the EU.

"Given the importance of the EU to NI exports, the significance of leaving the single market is an important issue for the local economy.

"While local businesses want to make a success of Brexit, there are undoubtedly concerns about falling back on damaging World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules."

The business lobby group welcomed the Prime Minister's commitment to maintaining the "family ties and bonds of affection between the UK and the Republic of Ireland" and the Common Travel Area.

Ms McGowan added: "Close co-operation and partnership between the two countries will be essential if the Northern Ireland economy is to succeed."
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby Snipe Watson » Tue Jan 17, 2017 11:09 pm

Rooster wrote:
Cockatrice wrote:
Rooster wrote:
Cockatrice wrote:Rooster are you the only chicken farmer that isn't related to DUP SPAD?

No DUP connections here CT, if there was I would burn them, and no I don't have a RHI burner :lol:


The truth is in the telling... who don't have a burner so how many is it then ? :thumleft:

1,014 are commercial, 871 the agricultural poultry industry and 243 are farms.
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An interesting one is in the number inspected and something found wrong, about 50% I read, now at present I doubt if any poultry farms are in that as all visits to them are halted due to the bird flu outbreak.

The wee fire with the 8 boilers in a shed in Fermanagh is also iteresting as they are owned by a man from Co Leitrim :scratch: for fecks sake Co Leitrim is not even in Ulster 6 or 9 counties :shock:

:roll: :roll: That's the flamin single market for ye.......
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby BaggyTrousers » Tue Jan 17, 2017 11:27 pm

I am always amused that goons like Ms Mantis keep repeating all the great old saws, "the bravest army", "we only want to attract the brightest and the best". :duh: :duh: :duh:

The UK is a shitehole, a dysfunctional society where by convincing the proles that they are the luckiest proles in the world - well, after US proles of course, that it is their privilege to be fecked over by their betters with barely a murmur. For example, you get a daft old gent like Corbyn, many here misguidedly call him a RA sympathiser which of course is utter bullshite. He's a man living out of his time, cluelessly hanging onto the vain notion that his time may come again.

So you get this old fossil and like many socialists he has a philosophical objection to national anthems, divisive ways of making your proles loyal to nonsense like Flegs & emblems, but more importantly the power that they represent. Get a PR spinner & say, "this man hates Britain, he can't sing the national anthem" then before you can say "Bullshiye yisbastards" he is condemned as unelectable, the feckin' traitor, probably likes asylum seeking scroungers too.

Really hate nationalist bullshite, I also hate thick as shyte people who because of some blackguards they hear - take your pick, Farage, Trump, Sammy Feckin' Wilson or Peter Peter Muslim Beater, declaring that every wrong in this shitepile is the fault of dirty greedy workshy foreigners, coming over here doing the crap jobs our scummie proles are too good to get out of bed to do.
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Re: Brexit - now we see what it means.

Postby BR » Tue Jan 17, 2017 11:45 pm

Russ wrote:She advocated skills based immigration system, one I think 95% of UK residents know we need




95% of UK residents don't know what a skills based immigration system entails. We often hear the term 'like Australia'. Speak to Australians and they will tell you about the utter nonsense in the implementation of their immigration policies.
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