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Thread: Well done Nissan No So Good For Brexit Doom and Gloomers

  1. #21

    Re: Well done Nissan No So Good For Brexit Doom and Gloomers

    Has there been any actual news of how the UK has benefitted from Brexit yet? I don't mean nonsense like Nissan not leaving the country, but businesses wanting to come to the UK instead of the EU, trade deals with the UK that are better than we would have had through the EU etc.

    If Brexiters are celebrating because a level of shitness that was expected hasn't happened, if that is the benchmark of the success of Brexit, it shows what a shitshow Brexit was in the first place.

  2. #22

    Re: Well done Nissan No So Good For Brexit Doom and Gloomers

    Eric i would suggest you repost this in 10 years time

    23 days in and you post that

    I think things like Covid is far more important at this time than point scoring whether brexit was worth it or not . lets hope for the sake of the UK it is

    whatever you voted we got to make it work just a pity we have a blond buffoon in charge right now .hopefully he won't last long

  3. #23

    Re: Well done Nissan No So Good For Brexit Doom and Gloomers

    Quote Originally Posted by MOZZER2 View Post
    whatever you voted we got to make it work just a pity we have a blond buffoon in charge right now .hopefully he won't last long
    So, for all the people who are losing their livelihoods directly because of Brexit, not Covid, let's be clear on this, what should they have done to make Brexit work?

  4. #24

    Re: Well done Nissan No So Good For Brexit Doom and Gloomers

    eric anyone who loses there job it's upsetting been there got the t shirt

    Brexit has only just happened no one will ever know what the future holds . Maybe it will be a great thing hopefully it will

    We won't know until at least 10 years down the line . there will be always be winners and losers . Think positive !

    For example I can only think in a manufacturing arena maybe supply chains will all move to the UK rather than abroad will be a massive boost to this country like the battery manufacturing plant that will supply the car industry . The aerospace industry is going electric too and the UK has a massive aerospace industry

  5. #25

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  6. #26

    Re: Well done Nissan No So Good For Brexit Doom and Gloomers

    Quote Originally Posted by Veg1960 View Post
    Only just seen this, incredible - straight out of the script of The Thick of It or Yes Minister.

  7. #27

    Re: Well done Nissan No So Good For Brexit Doom and Gloomers

    Quote Originally Posted by ninian opinian View Post
    \no, that's a lettuce.

  8. #28

    Re: Well done Nissan No So Good For Brexit Doom and Gloomers

    Interesting article on some of the problems caused by Brexit:
    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...breaking-point

  9. #29

    Re: Well done Nissan No So Good For Brexit Doom and Gloomers

    Another kick in the teeth for the doom and gloom brigade. Looks like the Yanks won't be flooding the country with their chlorinated chicken, hormone injected beef, GM crops and NHS destructing requirements any time soon.

    https://www.ft.com/content/c26c550e-...6-d701e341f676

    Though when they do they will also include requirements on the UK to commit to ever heightening green standards, global migration agreements, and international initiatives like the continuation of our aid spending, according to the Express's pet Brexit analyst.

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/world...-boris-Johnson

    I was particularly taken by his unemotional critique.

    "The Prime Minister would do very well to remember that we did not vote to leave the EU so we can implement even more far-left green regulations, open up mass uncontrolled immigration to the world rather than just the EU, and adopt vegan inspired food standards.

    “We didn't roll back the frontiers of the leftist EU only to have the same establishment globalist thinking forced upon us at a national level.

    “The motivations for Brexit should be our Government's red lines.

    “No to the far left green agenda, no to mass immigration, and no to forcing a liberal metropolitan set of views and standards on a public that have roundly and consistently rejected them.”

  10. #30
    Heisenberg
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    Re: Well done Nissan No So Good For Brexit Doom and Gloomers

    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    Another kick in the teeth for the doom and gloom brigade. Looks like the Yanks won't be flooding the country with their chlorinated chicken, hormone injected beef, GM crops and NHS destructing requirements any time soon.

    https://www.ft.com/content/c26c550e-...6-d701e341f676

    Though when they do they will also include requirements on the UK to commit to ever heightening green standards, global migration agreements, and international initiatives like the continuation of our aid spending, according to the Express's pet Brexit analyst.

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/world...-boris-Johnson

    I was particularly taken by his unemotional critique.

    "The Prime Minister would do very well to remember that we did not vote to leave the EU so we can implement even more far-left green regulations, open up mass uncontrolled immigration to the world rather than just the EU, and adopt vegan inspired food standards.

    “We didn't roll back the frontiers of the leftist EU only to have the same establishment globalist thinking forced upon us at a national level.

    “The motivations for Brexit should be our Government's red lines.

    “No to the far left green agenda, no to mass immigration, and no to forcing a liberal metropolitan set of views and standards on a public that have roundly and consistently rejected them.”
    ..."no to standards in general!"

  11. #31

    Re: Well done Nissan No So Good For Brexit Doom and Gloomers

    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    ..."no to standards in general!"
    A cynic might argue that the profit to be enhanced by the removal of protective standards was the prime motivation to leave the EU for the Populist Metropolitan Elite in the first place.

  12. #32
    Heisenberg
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    Re: Well done Nissan No So Good For Brexit Doom and Gloomers

    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    A cynic might argue that the profit to be enhanced by the removal of protective standards was the prime motivation to leave the EU for the Populist Metropolitan Elite in the first place.
    I started typing a sarcastic reply (in obvious agreement) but realised how depressing it is that we are somehow in this position.

    Nevermind, Nissan still have a factory in Sunderland (sarcasm comes naturally, I guess).

  13. #33

    Re: Well done Nissan No So Good For Brexit Doom and Gloomers

    The upsides and the downsides

    https://yorkshirebylines.co.uk/the-d...nside-dossier/

    Realising that we can now all trade in Swiss shares again makes it all seem worthwhile after all.

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