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8 minutes ago, orion said:

Surely the second line is the most important . he expects it to get worst 

And then better.

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15 minutes ago, Vincent Blachshadow said:

That headline misses one important word out of the actual statement:-

"Last week was probably the most difficult week I've had in this job in 20 years," says Pete White, 

Reminds me of the line from a Hale & Pace sketch - 'Barnsley, probably the best football team in the Northern Hemisphere'.

Don’t see anything wrong with that. How a lot of people talk. 

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24 minutes ago, iris123 said:

Don’t see anything wrong with that. How a lot of people talk. 

You have to remember that Brexiteers are desperately clutching at straws to explain the economic disaster they've visited on the UK, instead of the sunny uplands and the 350 million extra per week going to the NHS that was promised... :D

Of course, COVID will be blamed forever more, but it's pretty clear the problems have been exacerbated by Brexit and especially Boris dicking around until the last minute. His ridiculous political posturing has already cost the UK billions of pounds.

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1 hour ago, Humphrey Appleby said:

You have to remember that Brexiteers are desperately clutching at straws to explain the economic disaster they've visited on the UK, instead of the sunny uplands and the 350 million extra per week going to the NHS that was promised... :D

Of course, COVID will be blamed forever more, but it's pretty clear the problems have been exacerbated by Brexit and especially Boris dicking around until the last minute. His ridiculous political posturing has already cost the UK billions of pounds.

Better wait to see if there is an economic disaster before crowing about it. The problems in that article are teething problems and will be sorted (like the article actually says). Our second truck to the continent this year got through a lot quicker than the first. We're all learning what's required.

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3 hours ago, Humphrey Appleby said:

Of course, COVID will be ignored, but it's pretty clear the problems have been exaggerated by Remainers and especially the EU dicking around until the last minute. Their ridiculous political posturing has already cost the UK and EU billions of pounds.

Edited to make at least as much sense :D

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5 hours ago, Humphrey Appleby said:

You have to remember that Brexiteers are desperately clutching at straws to explain the economic disaster they've visited on the UK, instead of the sunny uplands and the 350 million extra per week going to the NHS that was promised... :D

Of course, COVID will be blamed forever more, but it's pretty clear the problems have been exacerbated by Brexit and especially Boris dicking around until the last minute. His ridiculous political posturing has already cost the UK billions of pounds.

 

Well, Honda have blamed Covid rather than Brexit for not getting parts, but that won’t affect your propaganda, will it?  :D

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1 hour ago, iris123 said:

Teething problems, typical British moaning or a fundamental problem ? As it is UK exporters could lose customers

https://www.bbc.com/news/business-55680315

Surely Iris, it's obviously being caused by covid-19 and it's just trivial delays to the new systems and protocols that  have caused these problems. As we know other countries and their farmers can't wait to make hay whilst the sun shines after brexit.  ;)

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17 hours ago, Vincent Blachshadow said:

Better wait to see if there is an economic disaster before crowing about it. The problems in that article are teething problems and will be sorted (like the article actually says). Our second truck to the continent this year got through a lot quicker than the first. We're all learning what's required.

That’s the difference between you and Remoaners.

Brexiteers learn quickly, but they still haven’t after four years!  :D

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If only they had manufactured it in the UK .......

Coronavirus: EU anger over delayed Pfizer vaccine deliveries

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The company said its production upgrades would also have a "short-term impact" on the delivery of vaccines to the UK.

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13 minutes ago, iris123 said:

The company said its production upgrades would also have a "short-term impact" on the delivery of vaccines to the UK.

Thank God for AstraZeneca!

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I read Pfizer is re modelling its manufacturing procedures to gain higher production levels.

14 minutes ago, DC2 said:

Thank God for AstraZeneca!

Why?

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4 hours ago, iris123 said:

Teething problems, typical British moaning or a fundamental problem ? As it is UK exporters could lose customers

https://www.bbc.com/news/business-55680315

So what’s being allegedly saved on ‘not giving oor money to the EU’ is now being spent on customs bureaucracy instead. :rolleyes:

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