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13 hours ago, YerRopes said:

I listened to everyone's favourite James O'Brien, for a while this morning. 

It was mostly Brexiters, saying they didn't vote for 'no deal'..

It concluded that perhaps a 'no deal' Brexit will result in most people coming together.. 

Cuz, everyone just knows........

Of course they voted for no deal, leave with a deal was not on the ballot paper

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11 minutes ago, DC2 said:

 

 

On the bright side you’ll soon be able to parcel up fish and post them to France!  :D

The eu fish buyers have already said they won’t be buying British fish. Expect our fishing industry to self implode within 12 months, along with our farming industry.

I was in tears of laughter yesterday listening to 5live. A livestock farmer says he is completely stuffed. Huge tariffs on his product. Says the lambs will be slaughtered at birth as there will be no market for them. And he voted to leave. Said he was fooled. Biggest fool was him for not researching the expected carnage. 

Another, a sheep farmer, said that the cabinet minister who said sheep farmers should switch to beef had a screw loose. There’s huge tariffs on beef and he is going to lose everything. Voted leave. Oops! :rofl:
 

Nissan workers now holding vigils outside their car plant in Sunderland. They would be better starting to look for a job, as there won’t be any available in a few months time. Still, they could get on their bikes and head for Norfolk to pick fruit and veg. Jobs going there. Minimum wage, 12 hours a day, and your back will suffer. 
 

Worth it! :t:

 

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2 minutes ago, Steve Shovlar said:

The eu fish buyers have already said they won’t be buying British fish. Expect our fishing industry to self implode within 12 months, along with our farming industry.

I was in tears of laughter yesterday listening to 5live. A livestock farmer says he is completely stuffed. Huge tariffs on his product. Says the lambs will be slaughtered at birth as there will be no market for them. And he voted to leave. Said he was fooled. Biggest fool was him for not researching the expected carnage. 

Another, a sheep farmer, said that the cabinet minister who said sheep farmers should switch to beef had a screw loose. There’s huge tariffs on beef and he is going to lose everything. Voted leave. Oops! :rofl:
 

Nissan workers now holding vigils outside their car plant in Sunderland. They would be better starting to look for a job, as there won’t be any available in a few months time. Still, they could get on their bikes and head for Norfolk to pick fruit and veg. Jobs going there. Minimum wage, 12 hours a day, and your back will suffer. 
 

Worth it! :t:

 

 

So your response to people losing their livelihoods is tears of laughter?

Says it all really.

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EU today offering a different deal!

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4 minutes ago, DC2 said:

EU today offering a different deal!

Sounds a bit fishy...

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2 hours ago, Steve Shovlar said:

The eu fish buyers have already said they won’t be buying British fish. Expect our fishing industry to self implode within 12 months, along with our farming industry.

I was in tears of laughter yesterday listening to 5live. A livestock farmer says he is completely stuffed. Huge tariffs on his product. Says the lambs will be slaughtered at birth as there will be no market for them. And he voted to leave. Said he was fooled. Biggest fool was him for not researching the expected carnage. 

Another, a sheep farmer, said that the cabinet minister who said sheep farmers should switch to beef had a screw loose. There’s huge tariffs on beef and he is going to lose everything. Voted leave. Oops! :rofl:
 

Nissan workers now holding vigils outside their car plant in Sunderland. They would be better starting to look for a job, as there won’t be any available in a few months time. Still, they could get on their bikes and head for Norfolk to pick fruit and veg. Jobs going there. Minimum wage, 12 hours a day, and your back will suffer. 
 

Worth it! :t:

 

WHERE are the French going to get fish to replace what their fishermen can no longer harvest? And what are the French going to do with nothing to sell?

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2 hours ago, DC2 said:

So your response to people losing their livelihoods is tears of laughter?

Says it all really.

Many have reaped what they sowed.. or not in the case of farmers. They were warned, Remainer arguments were derided, and now the chlorinated chickens are coming home to roost. 

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Just now, PHILIPRISING said:

WHERE are the French going to get fish to replace what their fishermen can no longer harvest?

Quite possibly they'll switch to alternatives - just as the British did when herring stocks evaporated. When was the last time you had a kipper?

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Just now, Humphrey Appleby said:

Quite possibly they'll switch to alternatives - just as the British did when herring stocks evaporated. When was the last time you had a kipper?

HAD a kip yesterday, does that count?

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2 hours ago, Steve Shovlar said:

Another, a sheep farmer, said that the cabinet minister who said sheep farmers should switch to beef had a screw loose. There’s huge tariffs on beef and he is going to lose everything. Voted leave. Oops! :rofl:

And cows can live on the tops of hills as well. You do have to laugh the incompetent clowns that the Brexiteers elected. :D

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And despite all of the Remainers on here whipping up hysteria and ridiculing people whose livelihoods may be affected in the short term

life will go on and we’ll all be fine.  :D

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3 minutes ago, DC2 said:

And despite all of the Remainers on here whipping up hysteria and ridiculing people whose livelihoods may be affected in the short term

life will go on and we’ll all be fine.  :D

You can joyously tell that to the hundreds of thousands, possibly millions who will be losing their jobs. I'm sure it'll be a great comfort...

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2 hours ago, DC2 said:

 

 

On the bright side you’ll soon be able to parcel up fish and post them to France!  :D

Sums up a lot of Brexiteer nastiness towards anyone who owns or runs a business. Quite happy for companies to go to the wall so they ‘get their country back’!!

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2 minutes ago, dj350z said:

Sums up a lot of Brexiteer nastiness towards anyone who owns or runs a business. Quite happy for companies to go to the wall so they ‘get their country back’!!

You’re obviously not following Steve’s posts!

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3 minutes ago, dj350z said:

Sums up a lot of Brexiteer nastiness towards anyone who owns or runs a business. Quite happy for companies to go to the wall so they ‘get their country back’!!

The only people celebrating companies going to the wall and people losing their jobs are Remainers, enjoying a self-congratulatory “I told you so”!

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