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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
PostPosted: Sun Dec 06, 2020 16:26 
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This is all looking fucking shit, isn't it?

I'd be surprised if I wasn't one of the millions made redundant from work in 2021.

I am thoroughly sick of it; the rhetoric, the lies, the posturing. Properly squeaky bum time, and they're playing all the same notes.


Very much this. Kind of why I'm not posting as much on it at the moment as thinking about it just gets me down and this year's been pretty rough as it is. I genuinely don't understand how anyone could look at it all now and think "yep, more paperwork, delays, red tape, and costs - that's brilliant". I sometimes find myself writing "why the hell are you still supporting this" letters to my MP in my head but that's really not healthy and were I to send it would probably not achieve much. I doubt very much that when it all goes down the Goves, Johnsons, and Cummings of this world will admit they fucked up, but will instead blame the EU, Remainers, Labour, the BBC, and probably Nick Clegg. I feel for those people (and probably slightly envy) who still cling to their Union flags, don't follow the news, and think everything's going to be better.

(We probably should start a new thread with a more apt title - five years ago I would have expected it all to be a long distant memory by now).


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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Well naturally, it's Covid that messed up Brexit.


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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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This is all looking fucking shit, isn't it?


Yup. At some point this week, I'll be turning off the shopping cart bit on my site as with Christmas/Coronavirus/Brexit, postages delays and hassles are inevitable. I think about two thirds of the money I get through ConsoleMAD comes from the EU, so Brexit is going to hit that hard. And my site is just a one-man hobby site, so god knows how badly everyone else is going to be hit.

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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How are we back here again?!?;??


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“I want to see a comprehensive free trade deal with the EU but certainly not any deal and definitely not any deal which leaves us shackled to EU rules and regulations in perpetuity.


https://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/ ... -eu-rules/

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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How are we back here again?!?;??


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“I want to see a comprehensive free trade deal with the EU but certainly not any deal and definitely not any deal which leaves us shackled to EU rules and regulations in perpetuity.


https://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/ ... -eu-rules/

Because the Tory right want Brexit at any cost.

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Er, who wants to break it to Cornwall?

http://www.itv.com/news/westcountry/upd ... exit-vote/

It's turkeys voting for Christmas. Cornwall voted Leave!


Quite. As much as it pains me to say.

The place is now ruined.



It's staggeringly naive. "Brexit totally said they'd be a million quid a week for us from tbe government in lieu of the EU money"

Jesus wept.


https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-cornwall-55279468

Quelle surprise.

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/council-and ... eferendum/

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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How are we checking that all the people moaning about funding shortfalls did in fact vote leave?


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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Brexit 'Red Wall' Tory MP has his 'Dominic Raab Moment'.

Sometimes you just want to fucking give up.


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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Trying to avoid all the speculation about what is and isn't in Mr Johnson's Amazing Big Deal. I have, however, no doubt that if Parliament meets to approve it, the howls of "betrayal" will begin approximately a week after it enters operation.


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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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If we actually table a deal and it gets rejected by the Tory majority I swear to Jeremy Corbyn I'm fucking rioting.

Well, I might do Facebook update.

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Wait, will parliament be able to meet under tier 4 restrictions? Is it going to be a mass zoom call? Will Reese-Mogg have his festive sweater on?


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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Wait, will parliament be able to meet under tier 4 restrictions? Is it going to be a mass zoom call? Will Reese-Mogg have his festive sweater on?


I will be disappointed is he does not have a sepia filter on.

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Something has happened. Nobody really understands it yet. The little I've read makes me angry. It's Christmas Eve, so I'm going to ignore it for the next 36 inebriated hours at least.

Giphy "do not poke the bear":
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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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That’s not a bear and he’s definitely poking it

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Something has happened. Nobody really understands it yet. The little I've read makes me angry. It's Christmas Eve, so I'm going to ignore it for the next 36 inebriated hours at least.


I am with you, Kern - it is profoundly miserable. I think that's because some of the worst people are glorying in it. And some of the ones I like have already clocked off for Christmas. Over time, some of the worst will probably have to back away, as they realise the cost. But it doesn't matter for now. Inebriation and happy things!


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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Going to be seeing a lot of this:

https://twitter.com/Barcajim3/status/13 ... 7193326593



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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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I think a lot of people honestly believed the bullshit, that they'd keep all the nice EU stuff but also get MASSIVE NEW GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES as well because Britain Is Best and that.

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Eel be kicking himself now.

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Going to be seeing a lot of this:


I can't help but think this guy should have done his homework better.


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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2021 13:22 
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And here we are.

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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I feel so sovereignous

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Was just thinking about that. Haven't we landed in a position where most industries seem to want things back the way they were?

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2021 14:13 
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I've got a strange sense of relief now that we have finally ended the transition period.
I'm still quite sure we'll be worse off as a nation, and nothing would make me happier than to be proved wrong, but we're now going to be dealing with facts rather than speculation.
Let's see how things unfold, and if it turns out to be shit then that will make any future discussions on whether we should rejoin the EU a lot clearer.


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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2021 15:29 
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We will not rejoin the EU for at least 30 years, if ever.

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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And here we are.


I suppose we'll need a new thread now.

It'll have to be endured, like a rail replacement bus service (albeit one that actually doesn't really go where you'd planned it to, and the crew expect ticket checks every five minutes). I reckon we're going to start edging closer again, step by step, as people and businesses start getting frustrated by new red tape and additional costs. At least those who haven't spent the last four years obsessing over it all are now going to experience it all first hand, and I doubt they will be happy.


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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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We will not rejoin the EU for at least 30 years, if ever.

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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https://twitter.com/uk_domain_names/sta ... 9064713217




"Shipping to UK just too much of a hassle now"

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Raleigh will be happy!

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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Raleigh will be happy!

Nope, they're Accel group that ships from Holland.


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Raleigh will be happy!

Nope, they're Accel group that ships from Holland.

I think you’ll find they’re a great British company founded in Nottingham!

*salutes; tear rolls down cheek* buy British

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myp wrote:
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Raleigh will be happy!

Nope, they're Accel group that ships from Holland.

I think you’ll find they’re a great British company founded in Nottingham!

*salutes; tear rolls down cheek* buy British

I wonder which products you could call 100% British, like from raw materials right through to assembly?


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myp wrote:
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myp wrote:
Raleigh will be happy!

Nope, they're Accel group that ships from Holland.

I think you’ll find they’re a great British company founded in Nottingham!

*salutes; tear rolls down cheek* buy British

I wonder which products you could call 100% British, like from raw materials right through to assembly?

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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https://twitter.com/BrandonLewis/status ... 0470129664




Low wattage twat that he is

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So he thinks it better than only one nation of the union can freely trade with the EU

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 Post subject: Re: Taking the Brexit
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In connection with the events, a lot of activities unfolded, aimed, it seems to me, at popularizing completely different British industries. Since this topic is close to me, the titles and activities of the UK Space Agency look very interesting. On the one hand, it seems like politics. On the other hand, I don't see anything wrong with news like UK Space Agency signed a contract with ESA for ... and then insert according to the list
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I've just had an email informing me that something I bought before Christmas from Germany on a back order, will no longer have the 20% VAT applied at their end. Instead, I'll have to pay the courier the 20% VAT and 'any additional handling fee's' upon delivery.

I'm betting that the handling fee's will be a lot more than I would consider reasonable.


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I've just had an email informing me that something I bought before Christmas from Germany on a back order, will no longer have the 20% VAT applied at their end. Instead, I'll have to pay the courier the 20% VAT and 'any additional handling fee's' upon delivery.

I'm betting that the handling fee's will be a lot more than I would consider reasonable.


Handling fee's? HANDLING FEE'S???????

I've said too much.

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Guardian - Fisheries minister did not read Brexit bill as she was busy at nativity

This is my MP. I'm not particularly surprised.


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I've just had an email informing me that something I bought before Christmas from Germany on a back order, will no longer have the 20% VAT applied at their end. Instead, I'll have to pay the courier the 20% VAT and 'any additional handling fee's' upon delivery.

I'm betting that the handling fee's will be a lot more than I would consider reasonable.


We're experiencing something similar from the other end (the expat in Germany end).

I ordered a bunch of Brit goodies, as I do now and then, a while back, and there seems to be no prospect of them being sent any time soon. The shop has sent a number of helpful email updates and I won't be cancelling the order as these shops need the support, even if it does mean an extra bill for VAT/fees.

What a great idea Brexit was, eh?


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Guardian - Fisheries minister did not read Brexit bill as she was busy at nativity

This is my MP. I'm not particularly surprised.


I just remembered that she has form when it comes to fishing expertise:

https://twitter.com/VictoriaPrentis/sta ... 2483649538




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After months of having things to get really fucking angry about, I've managed to just about keep a lid on things.

But this week has served up two items that have sent spiralling into a foul rage.

The first was the government's laughable and downright offensive replacement of the school lunch vouchers scheme (coin bags of tuna fish and all).

The second is this, which just truly underscores how little the Tories think of us. To borrow a phrase from markg, it's all just a fucking game to them.

https://twitter.com/TobyonTV/status/1349707738583093248




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I was just reading that, I know the term is overused but seriously "I can't even"
Jacob Rees-Mogg - "The key is we've got our fish back. They are now British fish, & they're better & happier fish for it."


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You'd think that with more and more videos like this coming out:
https://twitter.com/HeartScotNews/statu ... 4609240069



you'd think the government might show a little more tact (or any at all would be nice), but they just don't give a toss. They'll probably just try and shift the blame on to the EU for everything.

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In a wonderfully ironic twist, I tried to order some fish and I couldn't. The supplier is in Germany and can't send them because of Brexit :)

Aquarium fish, not food fish.

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Have you got any photos of your fish, Craster? (The ones you already have, I mean).

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Have you got any photos of your fish, Craster? (The ones you already have, I mean).


Don't get him started, he'll only carp on about it and take this thread and fillet up with fish content.


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