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    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    I'm not grappling with anything I do know that many logistical companies were put off using Wales because of its very poor transport infrastructure and bridge tolls and settled their depots just off the tunnels and the bridge in England, measuring Eire with Wales is not the same in my humble view , we had a huge opportunity to better reach England and its parts via North , Mid and South Wales, sadly we never had a plan or a vision .

    Labour has had 20 years to get a grip .
    Who would have thought that the simple observation that significant amounts of Irish freight that has fuelled its expanding economy travels through the road networks that you think stifled Ineos investment would cause so much confusion for you.

  2. #42

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    Who would have thought that the simple observation that significant amounts of Irish freight that has fuelled its expanding economy travels through the road networks that you think stifled Ineos investment would cause so much confusion for you.
    The same Eire that needed 7 billion from UK treasury during the last recession . Such a success.

  3. #43

    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

    interesting discussion on r5 at the moment.
    apparently the government has only secured enough permits for 1 In 4 UK haulage firms to be able to pass into the EU.
    so in the event of no deal, up to 75% of the industry could be going to the wall very quickly.

  4. #44

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    disappointing that the first electric battery gigabyte manufacturing plant will now be located in the north east of england

    i bet Nissan up in Sunderland had a say in this . Great news for the UK car industry but not for South Wales obviously with the vale of Glamorgan losing out

    Jaguar Land Rover ramping up production in electric vehicles have announced plans to hire over 300 apprentices and under graduates in there Midland factories next year

    All this with the threat of a no deal !

    https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/w...cides-19438695

  5. #45

    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

    Brexit voting morons

    Get used to the pain , you are getting it big time

  6. #46

    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Brexit voting morons

    Get used to the pain , you are getting it big time
    Time for a rerun of this?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RFANVY5Zls

  7. #47

    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

    Another sad loss but not due to Brexit

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-55262400

    An electric battery "gigafactory" which had been planned for Wales will instead be built in the north of England.

    Britishvolt signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Welsh Government in July to build the plant in St Athan, Vale of Glamorgan.

    However, the 3,000-job factory will be built in Blyth, Northumberland, after Britishvolt said it would not invest in Wales earlier this month.

    The Welsh Government said the news was disappointing.

    See where this is going better deal , better access etc etc it didn't have to be like this if the last 20 years had been more enterprising in Wales i'm sure its someones else fault though

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    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

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    I don't always agree with Marina Hyde, but she has a way with words that leaves all others in her wake. Brilliant!

    https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...-england-dover


  10. #50

    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Brexit voting morons

    Get used to the pain , you are getting it big time
    Including the Welsh voters and thousands of Labour voters in the North .

    Created by the Tories backed by many .


    Brexit is a strange emotional subject that has changed politics for ever .

    There will be pain, but we will recover I'm sure , who knows as none of us really do, it could be for the better only time will tell .

  11. #51

    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    Including the Welsh voters and thousands of Labour voters in the North .

    Created by the Tories backed by many .


    Brexit is a strange emotional subject that has changed politics for ever .

    There will be pain, but we will recover I'm sure , who knows as none of us really do, it could be for the better only time will tell .
    Yeah defo worth gambling everything on 'could', no wonder you come on here every day to stick up for something you supposedly didn't vote for.

  12. #52

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    The odds of a no deal Brexit were a million to one........ .....
    Boris Johnson

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    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

    Quote Originally Posted by Its been emotional View Post
    The odds of a no deal Brexit were a million to one........ .....
    Boris Johnson
    That was Johnson in his 'War Of The Worlds' period.

    He should have stayed in his 'McCain' period with the 'oven ready' classic.

    Or the show stopper '£350m a week extra for the NHS'.





    All bollux.

  14. #54

    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

    Its not all doom and gloom:

    Astra Zeneca buys US rare diseases rival Alexion for $39bnDrugs giant defies Brexit uncertainty with strike for rare diseases specialist

  15. #55

    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    Its not all doom and gloom:

    Astra Zeneca buys US rare diseases rival Alexion for $39bnDrugs giant defies Brexit uncertainty with strike for rare diseases specialist
    Who said it's all doom or gloom.

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson said just a couple of days ago that the UK "will prosper mightily as an independent nation" - irrespective of whether the two sides "agree trading arrangements resembling those of Australia or Canada".

    I was greatly reassured by those calming words because until he said them I thought it was going to be an almighty cluster****. You must be over the moon though!

  16. #56

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    Who said it's all doom or gloom.

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson said just a couple of days ago that the UK "will prosper mightily as an independent nation" - irrespective of whether the two sides "agree trading arrangements resembling those of Australia or Canada".

    I was greatly reassured by those calming words because until he said them I thought it was going to be an almighty cluster****. You must be over the moon though!
    Gun boats are ready son bring it on

  17. #57

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    Dear Labour Leadership : do you now think not backing Terresa May deal ( however unpalatable politically) was a mistake , as some now say any deal is better than no deal.??

    Do you also think if your Leadership at the time had backed strongly the remain campaign , life maybe better now .

    I only ask as we're now left with a potentially damaging no deal , and a dangerous PM with a 80 seat majority.

    Regards LOM.

    PS What is Sir Keir current position ( so quiet ) surely he won't back a Boris deal after pushing away Teresa's or is his fence string abstaining a trend ???

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    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    Dear Labour Leadership : do you now think not backing Terresa May deal ( however unpalatable politically) was a mistake , as some now say any deal is better than no deal.??

    Do you also think if your Leadership at the time had backed strongly the remain campaign , life maybe better now .

    I only ask as we're now left with a potentially damaging no deal , and a dangerous PM with a 80 seat majority.

    Regards LOM.

    PS What is Sir Keir current position ( so quiet ) surely he won't back a Boris deal after pushing away Teresa's or is his fence string abstaining a trend ???
    I don't think any of them are on here

  19. #59

    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Cartman View Post
    I don't think any of them are on here
    Some of their fans are , I have sent it to my local MP .

  20. #60

    Re: This Brexit malarkey is going well

    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    Some of their fans are , I have sent it to my local MP .
    I can see you spent a lot of time on this one, it actually makes sense.

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