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amideislas Apr 5th 2018 6:57 pm

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See how boring it gets without them?

DaveLovesDee Apr 11th 2018 2:23 pm

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DaveLovesDee Apr 11th 2018 2:26 pm

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Originally Posted by amideislas (Post 12476456)
See how boring it gets without them?

All they've done is hijack the 'Brexit... what could go wrong' thread.

Ingles Apr 12th 2018 9:53 am

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There reactions are only to be expected , It's a complete Up -uck ! :sarcasm:

https://www.theguardian.com/politics...-brexit-rights

DaveLovesDee Apr 12th 2018 8:36 pm

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Carpetright to close 92 stores, shedding 300 jobs.

Has the Daily Mail started a petition yet?

jimenato Apr 12th 2018 10:18 pm

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Originally Posted by DaveLovesDee (Post 12480662)
Carpetright to close 92 stores, shedding 300 jobs.

Has the Daily Mail started a petition yet?

I expect manch will be on to it first thing in the morning.

I'll ask him several times just to see if he's supporting British workers.

TrickyTreeRed Apr 13th 2018 2:52 am

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Justin Trudeau: UK can have "even better" trade deal with Canada than Ceta after Brexit

Justin Trudeau: UK can have "even better" trade deal with Canada than Ceta after Brexit | City A.M.

Thursday 12 April 2018 8:32pm
By Alys Key

The UK and Canada can negotiate a "more impactful" trade relationship as soon as Brexit goes ahead, Just Trudeau has said.

The Canadian Prime Minister said that negotiations between the two countries can begin "the day after" Britain officially leaves the European Union in less than a year.

“Trade deals are always challenging but it should be fairly easy for all of us to get to an improved approach on trade between Canada and the UK,” he told The Times in an interview.

He said that the existing relationship between Canada and the EU would be a "first step" in building the new trade partnership, but that Brexit would allow Canada to have a "larger" deal with the UK.

His comments echo those of his finance minister, who said last month that the UK and Canada should aim for an even better trade deal than the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (Ceta).

37100 Apr 13th 2018 7:30 am

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Originally Posted by TrickyTreeRed (Post 12480788)
Justin Trudeau: UK can have "even better" trade deal with Canada than Ceta after Brexit

Justin Trudeau: UK can have "even better" trade deal with Canada than Ceta after Brexit | City A.M.

Thursday 12 April 2018 8:32pm
By Alys Key

The UK and Canada can negotiate a "more impactful" trade relationship as soon as Brexit goes ahead, Just Trudeau has said.

The Canadian Prime Minister said that negotiations between the two countries can begin "the day after" Britain officially leaves the European Union in less than a year.

“Trade deals are always challenging but it should be fairly easy for all of us to get to an improved approach on trade between Canada and the UK,” he told The Times in an interview.

He said that the existing relationship between Canada and the EU would be a "first step" in building the new trade partnership, but that Brexit would allow Canada to have a "larger" deal with the UK.

His comments echo those of his finance minister, who said last month that the UK and Canada should aim for an even better trade deal than the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (Ceta).

Canada is another country anxious to sell it's hormone filled beef to Europe. A red line that the EU wasn't prepared to pass, but which the UK government seems ok with.

Assanah Apr 13th 2018 9:35 am

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Originally Posted by 37100 (Post 12480839)
Canada is another country anxious to sell it's hormone filled beef to Europe. A red line that the EU wasn't prepared to pass, but which the UK government seems ok with.

The UK could have the greatest FTA with the EU if it accepted the EU's terms 😉

Watchpost Apr 13th 2018 9:56 am

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Originally Posted by TrickyTreeRed (Post 12480788)
Justin Trudeau: UK can have "even better" trade deal with Canada than Ceta after Brexit

Of course it can!

(better for Canada)

Lion in Winter Apr 13th 2018 10:59 am

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Ah yes, good old industrial agriculture with its rock bottom prices and appalling standards of care, animals fed hormones, antibiotics, and ground up dead animal parts ("meal"), producing those sad packages of greying, foul-smelling meat on our supermarket shelves, eggs that must be refrigerated or they will make you ill, and milk with a shelf life of a month. I can't wait to have that in the UK too. And of course it will be cheaper so the low-income will buy it. Oh brave new world.

EMR Apr 13th 2018 11:01 am

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Originally Posted by Lion in Winter (Post 12480940)
Ah yes, good old industrial agriculture with its rock bottom prices and appalling standards of care, producing those sad packages of greying, foul-smelling meat on our supermarket shelves, eggs that must be refrigerated or they will poison you, and milk with a shelf life of a month. I can't wait to have that in the UK too. And of course it will be cheaper so the low-income will buy it. Oh brave new world.


We won't see it in Waitrose , so the Capes of this world will be OK:sarcasm:

Lion in Winter Apr 13th 2018 11:11 am

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Originally Posted by EMR (Post 12480941)
We won't see it in Waitrose , so the Capes of this world will be OK:sarcasm:

It will put his prices up too though, as better farmers feel the squeeze. A non-industrial chicken where I live costs about $20 - $25, or 15 - 18 pounds. That's even more than Prince Charles' chicken in Waitrose, and 5 times the price of a normal chicken in the UK at Waitrose.

EMR Apr 13th 2018 11:26 am

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Originally Posted by Lion in Winter (Post 12480950)
It will put his prices up too though, as better farmers feel the squeeze. A non-industrial chicken where I live costs about $20 - $25, or 15 - 18 pounds. That's even more than Prince Charles' chicken in Waitrose, and 5 times the price of a normal chicken in the UK at Waitrose.

We pay 10 -12£ for a decent farm raised chicken in the UK , the poor old intensively reared non chlorinated chicken as you say is much cheaper...

Tescos have come out with their new economy " Farm " range , labels look good but product is still the same old stuff.
Packed in the UK but sourced outside.

la mancha Apr 13th 2018 1:54 pm

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Originally Posted by Lion in Winter (Post 12480940)
Ah yes, good old industrial agriculture with its rock bottom prices and appalling standards of care, animals fed hormones, antibiotics, and ground up dead animal parts ("meal"), producing those sad packages of greying, foul-smelling meat on our supermarket shelves, eggs that must be refrigerated or they will make you ill, and milk with a shelf life of a month. I can't wait to have that in the UK too. And of course it will be cheaper so the low-income will buy it. Oh brave new world.

I should imagine many British people are as sick as you are of the foul European meat and poultry they have to eat from animals that have been reared, kept and slaughtered in the most cruel manner. And don't mention the eggs we get from Europe.


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