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Here is one that will get you salivating tebee

 

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The Government does not know what skills British businesses need or how Brexit will affect the flow of suitably trained migrants, MPs have warned.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/06/21/government-has-no-idea-skills-uk-economy-needs-mps-say/

 

Howl and squeal at the nasty Government.

 

It is not the Governments job to know what skills businesses need. That is a business responsible, not a Government responsibility.

 

Too many companies abdicating their responsibilities by relying on the flow of trained migrants rather than training in-house.

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20 minutes ago, The Renegade said:

tebee.

 

No business is, or should be, in a position to attempt to hold a Country or its people to ransom.

 

I hope that is simple enough, even for you to understand.

Oh I agree, but also people(and countries) must be aware that their actions have consequences and the one of the consequences of a hard Brexit will be Aerospace and many others turning their back on this country and moving production abroad.

 

I hope the "hard brexit " supporters can  look all the people made redundant after the day in the eye and explain how we "did it for their benefit£ by making modern manufacturing impractical to conduct in the UK.   

 

Be interesting too to see how many international companies start investor state disputes with the UK for changing the rules  and causing them losses.

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Ah! -  never mind when Airbus closes down we can all go fruit picking .....

 

 

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.... and you can do that from your base in Brittany... ?

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, tebee said:

I hope the "hard brexit " supporters can  look all the people made redundant after the day in the eye and explain how we "did it for their benefit£ 

Yes, of course tebee, how remiss of me. No-one has ever experienced redundancy before in the UK and it will be Brexit's fault.

 

4 minutes ago, tebee said:

by making modern manufacturing impractical to conduct in the UK.   

Did you miss these that I posted earlier. I am hurt 😁 I posted them just for you and you appear to have missed them

 

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Siemens to open train factory in east Yorkshire

German engineering company to invest £200m and create thousands of jobs at new plant in Goole

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/mar/02/siemens-to-set-up-train-factory-in-east-yorkshire

 

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Siemens is to invest £27m into a new 3D printing factory for Worcester based Materials Solutions, a move that will create 55 new jobs.

https://www.theengineer.co.uk/siemens-3d-printing/

 

7 minutes ago, tebee said:

Be interesting too to see how many international companies start investor state disputes with the UK for changing the rules  and causing them losses.

Get that crystal ball out and hunt for doom & gloom tebee.

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6 minutes ago, tebee said:

 

 

 

I hope the "hard brexit " supporters can  look all the people made redundant after the day in the eye and explain how we "did it for their benefit£ by making modern manufacturing impractical to conduct in the UK.   

 

 

 

4 minutes ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

Yep, no problem.

 

Just blame it on the intransigence of the EU.

I was addressing the comment to those that want a hard brexit. It is the their instance on having nothing to do with the EU that causes the problem. A soft brexit could avoid it

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52 minutes ago, Eloquent pilgrim said:

Well okay then, in that case, let's examine the stunningly informative tweet from the literary genius, James O’Brien, that you think puts it very succinctly

 

He tweeted

***Yup. If you stop paying £20 for your pitch at the car boot sale where you make a profit of £200 every week, then you are obviously £20 a week better off ***

 

So, to show how weak your position actually is, if you can't write something more edifying than this yourself, and have to resort to posting this drivel from somebody else, you really do have much more to worry about than Brexit

You really are struggling here - my suggestion is that you accept that you have nothing constructive to add, and simply drop it. On the other hand, of course, feel free to continue to dig.

 

Should you wish to do so, perhaps you can explain what is unedifying and uninformative about him making a pertinent, accessible analogy to demonstrate how ludicrous a position that Rees Mogg is taking?

 

And drivel? Why do you consider it drivel? The definition of drivel is 'silly nonsense'. What aspect of his tweet is silly nonsense?

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, tebee said:

Ah! -  never mind when Airbus closes down we can all go fruit picking .....

 

 

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But the question to be asked is, 'Is picking fruit more fun than building aircraft?'.

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18 hours ago, Eloquent pilgrim said:

I suggest you google ‘outrage’ because you don’t appear to understand the meaning of the word.

 

I am not in the least bit outraged, you are the one displaying all the outrage. However, I agree that ‘faux’ is certainly the correct adjective to precede your outrage with.

I can assure you that there is nothing faux about my outrage when it comes to racists, fascists and xenophobes. 

 

If you weren't outraged, you did wade in somewhat quickly to defend a clearly fascist politician and try to airbrush out his overtly racist proposals by trying to suggest he was persecuting only those who are in Italy illegally, rather than the truth of the matter, which is his stated intent to single out Roma in general. 

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2 minutes ago, dick dasterdly said:

NOBODY wants the uk to leave the eu without a trade agreement that suits both parties in place - preferably a free trade agreement.  But the eu is insisting that a trade agreement is the last thing that needs to be discussed!

 

If they're not prepared to discuss a trade agreement until the uk accepts all their terms - then, sadly, it's necessary to leave under wto terms.  With of course, no payment to the eu.

And we have a winner 😁😁

 

The Europhiles are so deaf, dumb and blind that they cannot see this.

 

The EU are insisting on the UK being tied to Brussels and the ECJ. It is just not going to happen.

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Just now, The Renegade said:

And we have a winner 😁😁

 

The Europhiles are so deaf, dumb and blind that they cannot see this.

 

The EU are insisting on the UK being tied to Brussels and the ECJ. It is just not going to happen.

"The EU are insisting on the UK being tied to Brussels and the ECJ. It is just not going to happen."

 

Re. " It is just not going to happen." - I hope you're right, but wouldn't bet any money on it ☹️.

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Listen to Juncker Ireland, he really is your friend 😂😂

 

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Juncker piles pressure on Ireland to adopt Brussels’ corporate tax plans

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/ireland/juncker-piles-pressure-on-ireland-to-adopt-brussels-corporate-tax-plans-6wl3gfqrw

 

Now make sure you listen carefully to the man who is under investigation for his part in setting up Corporate Tax avoidance when he was PM of Luxembourg. 

 

Fiat just being the latest 

 

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-fiat-taxavoidance-court/fiat-slams-eu-regulators-for-acting-as-supranational-tax-body-idUSKBN1JH1DT

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5 minutes ago, dick dasterdly said:

NOBODY wants the uk to leave the eu without a trade agreement that suits both parties in place - preferably a free trade agreement.  But the eu is insisting that a trade agreement is the last thing that needs to be discussed!

 

If they're not prepared to discuss a trade agreement until the uk accepts all their terms - then, sadly, it's necessary to leave under wto terms.  With of course, no payment to the eu.

We have already agreed to the severance payment  and that NI will remain part of the CU and SM - we are still sorting out citizens rights though - the UK gov published a proposal today but it's still lacking in detail.

 

There has been discussion on a trade deal  - the EU has offered a offered a Canada or Ukraine type deal, with no ECJ strings attached - but this won't solve the problem for people like Airbus.

 

The problem is the 2 year art 50 notice is nowhere near long enough to arrange a comprehensive  a la carte  trade deal, my moneys still on an art 50 extesion. 

 

 

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