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  1. Oh well, Scotland will never leave now Nigel Farage launches new party in Scotland to promote 'positive case for the Union' https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/brexit-news/westminster-news/nigel-farage-party-to-challenge-snp-nicola-sturgeon-6897148 Christ on a bike, I hope they leave. The Brexit people want it too and they usually get what they want.
  2. Quite. And they're still at it. https://www.economist.com/britain/2021/01/10/britains-immediate-economic-prospects-are-grim
  3. Don't you think history would be different if nobody was allowed to listen to Hitler? The obvious bull shit of demagogues should be silenced, like this https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-55608089
  4. I agree. I am sure he was more moderate in the good old pre-Brexit done days. It's given me a theory about how radicalisation works (not directed at you KZB). The doubling-down syndrome happens because people hate being wrong, so they must pursue more and more honey traps for the uninformed. It's an addictive drive. They all end up as food, totally digested, for the clever Venus Fly traps of misinformation. Social media is the cancer and it's reached stage 4. It should be banned. Human beings were not meant to have so much nagging information at their fingertips.
  5. Well the 58 million is across both the EU and the UK. But obviously the UK wins with the best song at £31 billion. BTW, you are not talking about the Birds of Fire album? Lice is right. Amazing AI spell checks these days - how they can look around their location, take a snapshot of how dire the situation is, and chose the right word to describe it rather than merely correct it 🙂
  6. Yes, we were promised less red tape. Just because the maggots promised it and you read it in the Daily Mail doesn't make it true. https://www.complianceweek.com/report-brexit-red-tape-will-cost-exporters-58-billion-a-year/8658.article
  7. You see. Small mindedness at work again. First. On the immigration of workers. Odysseus said nobody should be allowed in unless they are highly qualified. So the crops will rot. He suggest automation. No doubt he is working with Johnson and his band of visionaries to not only come up with a new, world-beating range of British AI crop-gatherers - but has plans to offer a generous leasing system so farmers can afford it. Second. Take the daffodil and eel farmers likely bankruptcy, and multiply that by 1000s for SMEs up and down the country. Make Britain England great again.
  8. Take daffodils and apply it to every sector which has export potential - IOW, multiply by 1000s. See the problem? BTW, how do you automate eel farming? Just asking for a friend.
  9. See Imhal's reply. Luckily and nattily he supplied all the words I would have used in an even better order than I could manage.
  10. Absolutely. Daffodils rotting from lack of Eastern European workers due to Brexit - Somerset Live https://www.somersetlive.co.uk/news/somerset-news/daffodils-rotting-lack-eastern-european-2730173 Cornish daffodils left to rot from lack of eastern European workers due to Brexit - Cornwall Live https://www.cornwalllive.com/news/cornwall-news/cornish-daffodils-left-rot-lack-2716754 BTW, Cornwall produces 90% of the world's crop. No doubt you and your family are already packed, ready to get down there to do your bit as part of the GREAT BREXIT VISION ??
  11. Well put. The Brexit tribe's only knowledge of history seems to be The Blitz and Omaha Beach (which is ironic). The long human haul, as you say, is chucked into the bin. Never mind, they'll still have Facebook and Instagram as their shining light, guiding them towards their deluded exceptionalism. Prisoners of their small, incurious minds. Progress through cooperation be damned. What a sad little shrinking island they've made us.
  12. What about them? "OECD and Centre for Cities study indicates there are ‘hidden’ numbers" https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/oct/17/unemployment-figures-should-be-millions-higher-says-research
  13. Haven't a clue. Take data for example. One of a myriad of things we have no idea about. "Therefore, in spite of the new extension, you must prepare your business for the chance of a No deal on data by June 2021." Brexit: Deal Includes Extension for Data Adequacy Negotiations | DMA https://dma.org.uk/article/brexit-deal-includes-extension-for-data-adequacy-negotiations EU, UK mulling interim data flows solution post-Brexit – POLITICO https://www.politico.eu/article/eu-uk-brexit-personal-data-privacy-no-deal/ UK-EU Brexit deal: TechUK and DigitalEurope hail new dawn but n
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