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Old Sep 6th 2017, 8:48 am
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Originally Posted by Bipat View Post
I think the business communities of the countries I mentioned are capable of knowing that there will be reasons to invest as evidence by their expressed views.
Invest knowing that there is a distinct possibility that they will lose tarrifs free access to the rest off the EU.
Sounds like great business sense .
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Old Sep 6th 2017, 8:51 am
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Originally Posted by EMR View Post
The so called " leaked " document appealing to the majority of those who voted brexit just happens to be leaked in the week before the Great repeal bill starts its process through parliament.
Anyone seen voting against the bill can now by brexiters to be said to voting against controls on immigration.
Leak or just a clever move?.
What happened to the Immigration review , its effects on and needs of the economy announced just a short time ago.
Given the shortage of nurses and doctors limiting their UK residence to 3 -5 years is really going to help recruitment.
The same government that has reduced funding for those who would like to train as nurses.

Post Brexit rules can be flexible and changed if necessary. Just as nurses were made an exception to the income requirement rule.

I have explained to you before about exchange schemes with Apollo hospitals for temporary nurse imployment.

Also NHS recruitment scheme.
NHS to spend £100million recruiting GP doctors from overseas | Metro News
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Old Sep 6th 2017, 8:52 am
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Originally Posted by Bipat View Post
The 'leaked' document is a draft, apparently it has already been changed several times.
They really don't know what they're doing do they?
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Old Sep 6th 2017, 8:57 am
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Originally Posted by Bipat View Post
Post Brexit rules can be flexible and changed if necessary. Just as nurses were made an exception to the income requirement rule.

I have explained to you before about exchange schemes with Apollo hospitals for temporary nurse imployment.

Also NHS recruitment scheme.
NHS to spend £100million recruiting GP doctors from overseas | Metro News
You obbiously have not read the proposed legislation.
Skilled workers such as doctors and nurses will be limited to a 3- 5 year stay in the UK.
There will be restrictions on family reunification.
It's what you voted for.
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Old Sep 6th 2017, 9:23 am
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Originally Posted by EMR View Post
You obbiously have not read the proposed legislation.
Skilled workers such as doctors and nurses will be limited to a 3- 5 year stay in the UK.
There will be restrictions on family reunification.
It's what you voted for.
The document is a draft. It can/ or will be changed and post Brexit rules can be changed when necessary---that is what we voted for!

Skilled workers do not always wish to stay for long periods---you have heard of the wish for training and experience? The Apollo scheme is already for three years--they do not wish to lose nurses!
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Old Sep 6th 2017, 9:29 am
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Originally Posted by Bipat View Post
The document is a draft. It can/ or will be changed and post Brexit rules can be changed when necessary---that is what we voted for!

Skilled workers do not always wish to stay for long periods---you have heard of the wish for training and experience? The Apollo scheme is already for three years--they do not wish to lose nurses!
And fairies live at the bottom of your garden .
Your Apollo scheme has got nothing to do with the proposed legislation.
Given the global demand for skilled workers they will want to go where they are welcomed not to a country that wants to limit the time you can stay or plan your future life there.
But so long as it brings down immigration you and all other brexiters will be happy.

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Old Sep 6th 2017, 9:41 am
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But so long as it brings down immigration you and all other brexiters will be happy.
Should read -

But so long as it brings down EU immigration you and all other brexiters will be happy.

Can't wait to see all those British unskilled workers snapping up the jobs!
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Old Sep 6th 2017, 9:48 am
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Originally Posted by DaveLovesDee View Post
The amount each EU member state pays into the EU depends on how well that country's GDP does. The more successful the economy is, the more a member state pays in. Each EU member state pays in a percentage of its gross national income and a percentage of the VAT it collects to the EU budget.. The UK raised taxes and cut spending in the name of 'austerity', and to give the wealthy more tax cuts. Nothing to do with the EU at all.
So, having to pay the EU over 100 billion pounds net, money that could have been used to reduce "austerity" had nothing to do with the EU?
Not sure I buy that but you obviously do.
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Originally Posted by Bipat View Post
I think the business communities of the countries I mentioned are capable of knowing that there will be reasons to invest as evidence by their expressed views.
Well, should Britain England #10 decide to jump off the cliff, obviously the investment climate won't look so attractive anymore. Greatly reduced market size, major businesses exiting, declining economy...
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Old Sep 6th 2017, 9:55 am
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Originally Posted by Golden Years View Post
So, having to pay the EU over 100 billion pounds net, money that could have been used to reduce "austerity" had nothing to do with the EU?
Not sure I buy that but you obviously do.
Should worry more about the £12B+ (& rising) annual foreign aid budget.
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Old Sep 6th 2017, 10:01 am
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Invest knowing that there is a distinct possibility that they will lose tarrifs free access to the rest off the EU.
Sounds like great business sense .
Those pesky tariffs are why no other country in the world manages to export successfully to the EU.
Except for China and the USA and Russia and Japan and India and South Korea and Turkey and Brazil and many, many others.

Maybe trading under WTO terms, the worst case scenario, might be a good starting point for a mutually beneficial trade agreement?
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Old Sep 6th 2017, 10:04 am
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Those pesky tariffs are why no other country in the world manages to export successfully to the EU.
Except for China and the USA and Russia and Japan and India and South Korea and Turkey and Brazil and many, many others.

Maybe trading under WTO terms, the worst case scenario, might be a good starting point for a mutually beneficial trade agreement?
What country exports over 50% of its vehicle production tarrifs free to the EU.

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Old Sep 6th 2017, 10:06 am
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Originally Posted by Golden Years View Post
So, having to pay the EU over 100 billion pounds net, money that could have been used to reduce "austerity" had nothing to do with the EU?
Not sure I buy that but you obviously do.
I take you fell for the 350million NHS lie .
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Old Sep 6th 2017, 10:09 am
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Should worry more about the £12B+ (& rising) annual foreign aid budget.
Or worry equally.

I have no doubt that the UK's generous foreign aid budget needs to be far more focussed on helping poor countries lift themselves out of poverty with infrastructure projects, increased food production and by creating jobs.

Of course, as UK GDP crashes and burns in the next few years (the cherished dream of many posters on here) the foreign aid budget will dwindle and die.
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Old Sep 6th 2017, 10:20 am
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What country exports over 50% of its vehicle production tarrifs free to the EU.
...with zero non-tariff barriers to trade, seamless supply chains, a common set of standards and regulations, a flexible labour market ?

You could say we already enjoy a "mutually beneficial trade agreement" that trading under WTO terms couldn't hope to replicate. Not even close.
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