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Calmdown to UK EU referendum
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Robert Ward‏ Verified account @RobertAlanWard 2 hours ago

Another lurch downwards in UK living standards as inflation bites.

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This is just 1 example , from 1 industry.
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Adam Fleming‏ Verified account @adamfleming 7 hours ago

Michael O'Leary of @Ryanair says "We will be cancelling people's 2019 holidays" if there's no #Brexit deal on aviation by Sept 2018.

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Jeremy Corbyn keeps meeting with odious pro fascist types.
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Corbyn ‘Spent Yesterday Evening’ With Assad-Loving Genocide Denier

Marcus Papadopoulos is a notorious Assad supporter who claimed the slaughter at Aleppo didn’t happen and denied the Srebrenica genocide. As you can see from his tweets above, he holds the very worst of the views found on the extremes of the far-left. Papadopoulos says he spent yesterday evening with Jeremy Corbyn:

Marcus Papadopoulos‏ Verified account @DrMarcusP 16 minutes ago

What happened at Srebrenica in 1995 was a war crime,not genocide.Those executed were Muslim soldiers who had been massacring Serbs since '92.


https://order-order.com/2017/07/11/corby...de-denier/

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Srebrenica genocide denier Marcus Papadopoulos dines with Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn faced controversy last night after it emerged that he spent part of Monday evening with a journalist who denies the Srebrenica genocide, defends the Assad regime and suggests that the murder of the Labour MP Jo Cox could have been a conspiracy.

Mr Corbyn was pictured at a restaurant in his constituency of Islington north with Marcus Papadopoulos, a frequent contributor to Russian state television. Mr Papadopoulos said that they had spent the evening together but a Labour spokesman said that Mr Corbyn’s party had been joined only briefly by the controversial journalist.

Mr Papadopoulos posted three pictures of the pair on Twitter. He wrote: “Having a wonderful dinner and discussion with hopefully the next prime minister of the United Kingdom . . .”…


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David M. Herszenhorn‏ Verified account @herszenhorn 50 minutes ago

Very strong language by EU chief Brexit negotiator @MichelBarnier: no future relationship with out trust & UK recognizing financial obligation.


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Mark Urban‏ Verified account @MarkUrban01 1 hour ago

France & Germany have reportedly agreed to build a new fighter jet today - big implications for future of European defence (& UK aerospace).

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They dont care.
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How ‘no deal’ could bring Britain to a halt

It has just turned midnight on 29 March 2019, and the Spirit of Britain ferry carrying a fleet of freight vehicles docks at the port of Calais. But instead of driving straight on to the motorway with no checks, the first lorry is stopped at a French customs post.

The driver is now required to pay VAT on the goods in his truck, as well as import duties. Worse, the truck is carrying a consignment of lamb, and “food of animal origin” can only be imported into France from a non-EU country via a registered border inspection post. Calais is not one of these so after lengthy negotiations he is told to return home.

As Britain has that day fallen out of the European open skies agreement and has not agreed access as a so-called third country, only domestic and non-EU flights can depart and land from British airports.

Malcolm Barr, economist at JPMorgan. “I think there would be a significant contraction in GDP.”

Animal and food products can only be exported to the EU from a third country through registered border inspection posts. And northern France has only two: Le Havre and Dunkirk. These do not have the capacity to take the current flow of products from the UK which currently do not need checking.


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Bad news for anyone in the UK employed by a Japanese car manufacturer.
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The EU-Japan agreement is a blow to protectionism

With free trade under threat from protectionists such as Donald Trump, the landmark trade agreement between the European Union and Japan is a huge achievement. While the deal is an outline that leaves some of the thorny details to be worked out, the world’s largest single market and the third-largest national economy have agreed in principle to abolish most import duties on their trade and to streamline regulatory barriers to create the world’s largest free-trade area.

Until now, this has been a terrible year for free trade. On becoming president, Trump withdrew the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a jumbo trade deal with 11 other countries around the Pacific, leaving American allies such as Japan and Australia in the lurch. He almost took the US out of the North American Free-Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Canada and Mexico. Now he promises to renegotiate it. While the US has not pulled out of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) talks with the EU, these have stalled.

Trump has also brought in a battery of new protectionist measures, according to the latest Global Trade Alert report. Worse, he threatens a trade war with countries such as Germany that export more to the US than they import from it. And he may be on the brink of curbing steel imports on the bogus pretence that relying on foreign metal threatens American “national security”. That would set up a battle at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) that could destroy the impartial arbiter of multilateral trade.

The EU and Japan have been negotiating a trade deal for four years, but until Trump’s election each placed more importance on their respective negotiations with the US. Now they have agreed to phase out most duties on goods trade, open up many services sectors and allow EU firms to tender for Japanese government contracts.

That is great news for both European and Japanese businesses and consumers.

Far from putting America first, the upshot of his withdrawal from TPP, the stalling of TTIP and the EU-Japan deal is that US firms will be handicapped in European and Japanese markets.


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"Leave EU" founder and UKIP donor.

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Author of Article 50 calls for Brexit to be stopped

The author of the Article 50 clause that allows Britain to leave the EU has called for the Brexit process to be halted, saying that the “disastrous consequences” are “becoming ever clearer”.

John Kerr, the former diplomat, is one of dozens of prominent Scots to sign an open letter urging a pause and a rethink.

The intervention comes after low public support for Theresa May’s approach to Brexit.

Only 16 per cent of people said that the government was handling the Brexit process well, compared to 40 per cent who said it was handling it badly, according to a Survation poll on Sunday.

The letter from prominent Scots, many of whom vocally supported Remain, points to “falling living standards, rising inflation, slowing growth and lower productivity”, and Britain’s “seriously damaged” international reputation since the vote.

In the Survation poll, respondents were presented with different options: only 27 per cent chose stopping Brexit, while 34 per cent chose leaving the customs union. However, respondents were in favour of a referendum on the terms of Brexit once negotiations were complete.


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Richard Eldritch  Wrote: (04-23-2016 09:34 PM)
It's every Brits duty to vote Out if they value what our ancestors have fought and died for. It's sad and really shouldn't have to be this way. Everyone was happy with being in a visa free trade zone, then they went and spoilt it by getting greedy for Power.

well when they finally impeach trump gonna be a bit ofa sticky wiket eh.Jptdknpa
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Richard Eldritch  Wrote: (04-23-2016 09:34 PM)
It's every Brits duty to vote Out if they value what our ancestors have fought and died for. It's sad and really shouldn't have to be this way. Everyone was happy with being in a visa free trade zone, then they went and spoilt it by getting greedy for Power.

My view is similar to this (It's trade , not Government that lifts people out of poverty). Except I did not think the cost of leaving was worth paying.

I still dont.

It would have been much better to reform the EU.

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Brexit: more than 100,000 from North, Britain seek Irish passport

The number of applications for an Irish passport from Northern Ireland and Britain has increased by half since January, fuelled by concerns about the UK’s departure from the European Union.

Figures released by the Department of Foreign Affairs show that nearly 100,000 people from Northern Ireland and Britain sought Irish passports this year.

Since January 1st , 45,307 people living in Britain with an Irish background have applied, compared with 27,671 for the first six months of 2016, a rise of 57 per cent.


https://www.irishtimes.com/news/politics...-1.3160531

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Matt Dathan ‏Verified account @matt_dathan 5 hours ago

Sir Vince Cable will ditch his opposition to a 2nd EU referendum as he becomes leader of the Lib Dems at 4.30 today.

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