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Leaving the EU., the good news (for a change).

Discussion in 'Personal' started by lexus300, Aug 4, 2017.

  1. chelsea2

    chelsea2 Star commenter

    We know that many areas of British life are dependent on workers from overseas.

    However, for some people there seems to be a disconnect between that fact and their desire to 'control immigration'.

    I still do not believe that Leavers voted to replace immigration from one part of the world with immigration from other parts.
    monicabilongame likes this.
  2. harsh-but-fair

    harsh-but-fair Star commenter

    Nothing was 'accidentally' omitted. I quoted the part of the article I thought was relevant and included the link for those who wanted to read further.
  3. florian gassmann

    florian gassmann Star commenter

    They didn't. They voted to leave the EU so that, among other things, immigration policies can be decided by the Westminster government. That is what is happening and why the NHS is seeing an increase in staff from UK citizens and from non-EU countries. It is precisely what they voted for.
    amoral_savoy_mink likes this.
  4. florian gassmann

    florian gassmann Star commenter

    No problem. I'm always happy to correct bias in reportage, be it accidental or intentional.
    amoral_savoy_mink likes this.
  5. amoral_savoy_mink

    amoral_savoy_mink New commenter

    Indeed. Immigration equality is something to be celebrated.
    lexus300 likes this.
  6. harsh-but-fair

    harsh-but-fair Star commenter

    British Steel asks for state help to avert 'Brexit related' crisis

    About 70% of British Steel’s products are exported to either the EU or Turkey and North Africa, markets affected by Britain’s trading relationship with Europe.

    The source said these markets had dried up, particularly since February when it became clear that a Brexit deal was not going to be finalised by 29 March.

    monicabilongame likes this.
  7. burajda

    burajda Star commenter

    So long as people don't complain about the brown and/or muslim immigrants from the Commonwealth replacing the EU immigrants.
  8. amoral_savoy_mink

    amoral_savoy_mink New commenter

  9. harsh-but-fair

    harsh-but-fair Star commenter

    British Steel is on the verge of administration as it continues to lobby for government backing, sources say. Unless a deal is reached by Tuesday afternoon, the firm could go into administration within 48 hours. EY would be expected to be appointed as administrators on Wednesday.

  10. LondonCanary

    LondonCanary Star commenter

    TBF Tata sold it for £1 to a private equity company before the referendum. It was always going to struggle from crisis to crisis.
    theselofane likes this.
  11. harsh-but-fair

    harsh-but-fair Star commenter

    The pound has suffered its longest losing streak against the euro since the creation of the single currency two decades ago as turmoil in Downing Street spilled over into the world’s currency markets.

    Speculation that Theresa May’s premiership was coming to an end following her failure to win support for her Brexit deal saw sterling drop for a 13th day in a row against the euro.
  12. peakster

    peakster Star commenter

    Wait we we are bundled out without a deal.
  13. harsh-but-fair

    harsh-but-fair Star commenter

    Brexit uncertainty has led to a mothballing of commercial and civil engineering projects and caused a contraction of the UK’s struggling construction industry, the latest snapshot of the sector has found.

    The Chartered Institution of Procurement and Supply said its survey conducted by IHS Markit showed its purchasing managers’ index slipping back from 50.5 in April to 48.6 in May. A finding below 50 indicates the sector is contracting.
  14. lexus300

    lexus300 Star commenter

    EU law prevents us from supporting our own steel industry.
  15. lexus300

    lexus300 Star commenter

    1.27$ and 1.13Euro today. If the Brexit delay has caused a weakening pound/construction decline then Westminster needs to get the clowns in order.
  16. peakster

    peakster Star commenter

    ...and do what ?

    What do you imagine will happen to the £ after a no-deal brexit.
  17. Burndenpark

    Burndenpark Star commenter

    But it didn't stop us doing that recently - so why do you think it stops us now?
  18. Geoff Thomas

    Geoff Thomas Star commenter

    Because he gets his "information" from dubious sources?
  19. LondonCanary

    LondonCanary Star commenter

    See Article 107 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union

    The UK has undertaken not to provide certain state aid post Brexit and continue to be aligned with EU regulation

  20. harsh-but-fair

    harsh-but-fair Star commenter

    Ford Europe has called union leaders from Bridgend's engine plant to its Essex headquarters on Thursday.

    There are renewed concerns for the factory's future - it opened nearly 40 years ago and employs 1,700 workers.

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