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Re: Brexit watch Thu Jun 17, 2021 1:00 pm  
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all I'm bothered about is calling people on heres lies out
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Re: Brexit watch Sat Jun 19, 2021 3:29 pm  

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Well despite brexit Nissan is investing up to 1 billion pounds in its Sunderland plant
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Re: Brexit watch Sat Jun 19, 2021 5:30 pm  

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JONNYGIANT wrote:
Well despite brexit Nissan is investing up to 1 billion pounds in its Sunderland plant

Don't bother, all they're interested about on here is anything negative.
Re: Brexit watch Sat Jun 19, 2021 5:55 pm  
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How much did it cost the government (i.e. us) to pay for them to stay? It's going to be in the tens of millions, if not hundreds.

What my company would do for access to similar corporate welfare to cover the huge amount of cost increases and red tape we're facing.
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Re: Brexit watch Sat Jun 19, 2021 7:39 pm  

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How much did it cost the government (i.e. us) to pay for them to stay? It's going to be in the tens of millions, if not hundreds.

What my company would do for access to similar corporate welfare to cover the huge amount of cost increases and red tape we're facing.

And right on cue :lol:
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Re: Brexit watch Sat Jun 19, 2021 7:47 pm  

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How much did it cost the government (i.e. us) to pay for them to stay? It's going to be in the tens of millions, if not hundreds.

What my company would do for access to similar corporate welfare to cover the huge amount of cost increases and red tape we're facing.

And no offence mate but what you have wrote here will be twisted
Cant beat a bit of state subsidies ,thought you would have been in favour :D
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Re: Brexit watch Sat Jun 19, 2021 8:43 pm  
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And no offence mate but what you have wrote here will be twisted
Cant beat a bit of state subsidies ,thought you would have been in favour :D

You have some very weird views of what other people think. Big tip for you: the world isn't black and white, socialism vs capitalism. That's a simplistic, rather babyish understanding of things.
As essentially an Orange Book liberal, I don't believe in significant state intervention in competitive, profitable industries. Pumping tens of millions towards specific companies, chosen because their exit would be politically embarrassing to the Prime Minister, required to offset disastrous political decisions, is a misuse of our scarce resources. It involves widespread government intervention into an industry that their own policies have disrupted and undermined. Fix the policies rather than bribing the multinational companies not to leave.
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Re: Brexit watch Sat Jun 19, 2021 9:29 pm  

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The Ghost of '99 wrote:
You have some very weird views of what other people think. Big tip for you: the world isn't black and white, socialism vs capitalism. That's a simplistic, rather babyish understanding of things.
As essentially an Orange Book liberal, I don't believe in significant state intervention in competitive, profitable industries. Pumping tens of millions towards specific companies, chosen because their exit would be politically embarrassing to the Prime Minister, required to offset disastrous political decisions, is a misuse of our scarce resources. It involves widespread government intervention into an industry that their own policies have disrupted and undermined. Fix the policies rather than bribing the multinational companies not to leave.

You should write a book or 2 about it :BOW: :roll:
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Re: Brexit watch Sun Jun 20, 2021 11:15 am  
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Looks like they're running low on their list of remaining Culture War stuff - the Tories have now got down saying they want to bring back imperial measurements.
Oh and permit GM crops.

All in the name of cutting "red tape" without actually addressing the mountains and mountains of red tape directly related to Brexit itself and the import and export paperwork these morons have created.

Still it will arouse the flag shaggers no doubt, which is all that matters.
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Re: Brexit watch Sun Jun 20, 2021 1:07 pm  

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The Ghost of '99 wrote:
Looks like they're running low on their list of remaining Culture War stuff - the Tories have now got down saying they want to bring back imperial measurements.
Oh and permit GM crops.

All in the name of cutting "red tape" without actually addressing the mountains and mountains of red tape directly related to Brexit itself and the import and export paperwork these morons have created.

Still it will arouse the flag shaggers no doubt, which is all that matters.

Why not permit GM crops?
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