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TOPIC: Another Brexit present...
#212494
Wyot

Another Brexit present... 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
More poo in our water. Brexit has led to supply chain problems for water chemical -treatments...

Gov say dump untreated shit in the rivers. I can't help feeling most of them are untreated shits.

www.independent.co.uk/climate-change/bre...atment-b1915765.html

Someone remind me of an advantage to Brexit we have seen as yet?
 
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#212505
Green Man

Re:Another Brexit present... 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
Nothing wrong with Brexit. It's just managed badly by shit politicians who priorities are themselves.

Even Biden admitted it 'I don't work for you'



 
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Wyot

Re:Another Brexit present... 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
Green Man wrote:
Nothing wrong with Brexit. It's just managed badly by shit politicians who priorities are themselves.



There may be nothing "wrong" with Brexit as such GM - when details are worked through - but what was the point of it?
 
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#212522
Honey

Re:Another Brexit present... 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
I agree with GM. Brexit being a good idea or not is beside the point.
We have had plenty of notice because it dragged on and on for ever.
Before we "Brentranced" ( Sorry couldn't stop myself) we didn't have to put shit into rivers etc, so it is obviously not inevitable, just a gigantic excuse for laziness.
 
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#212546
hedda

Re:Another Brexit present... 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
always with Green Man an opportunity to attack Crazy Joe Biden..

I can't see any possible benefits of Brexit..not one.

But open to hearing about them.

Not sure how any politician can get their head around such a huge complex problem and it came at a pretty bad time in history ( Covid etc).

#### I blame the media (who else ) for endlessly attacking politicians who are never allowed to change their minds under risk of damnation.

They should be openly allowed to say "I made a balls up of that so let's move on and do it differently" but they never can.
 
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#212550
Wyot

Re:Another Brexit present... 2 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
GM/Honey - you may well be right & there is a large factor of incompetence behind these Brexit stories but I'm interested really in understanding any benefit to the move? Like Hedda I can't see any yet.

Trade and trading agreements through history have promoted invention, ingenuity and peace between nations. Ok the EU went a lot further than trade. The press persuaded a lot of people that Brussels was a self-serving elite that can interfere in our lives. So now we only have a self serving elite in Westminster and none of the trade and movement benefits.

Hedda: yes wouldn't it be wonderful if we lived in a culture where our leaders could admit mistakes, and I agree the media is the main problem.

Look at the crap being flung at our Education Secretary currently for mixing up the names of two black sportsmen; assumptions of racism and career over (he was pathetic; but still...).

Maybe the guy was just busy & tired. Maybe that was all it was.
 
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