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 on: Yesterday at 08:22:56 PM 
Started by Bob End and his Sexy Bitch - Last post by Bill Buxton
You might as well cede all decision making to your next door neighbour regarding the running of your house.

 2 
 on: Yesterday at 07:43:25 PM 
Started by Bob End and his Sexy Bitch - Last post by Rutters
We lose zero sovereignty if we allow India 500k visas as part of a Trade Agreement because we can decide whether to accept that deal or not...because we're a sovereign nation.

However if, when part of the EU, a deal was stuck stipulating that we must grant 500k visas to India then we have zero sovereignty. The sovereignty would lie with the EU.


sovereignty
/ˈsɒvr(ɪ)nti/

noun
supreme power or authority.
"the sovereignty of Parliament"


If a sovereign power has a policy that excludes further immigration and it makes a deal with India to relax that requirement in a specific way, it has ceded some control over immigration to another sovereign power, in exchange for an equivalent trade-off

To cut to the chase, our deal with the EU required us to cede sovereignty in some areas (but not all) in exchange for tariff free access to the largest trading bloc in the world, and have freedom of movement in 27 EU countries, and have a veto...

It was the best deal anyone had. Without it we quickly return to being the sick man of Europe. The End


If a country decides to cede power then it cedes power because it has sovereignty to do so, ie sovereign.

People would rather rule themselves. If that eventually brings benefits or detriments, so be it.

Not the end, only the beginning.

 3 
 on: Yesterday at 07:31:28 PM 
Started by Bob End and his Sexy Bitch - Last post by Bill Buxton
By the way has anyone found the mythical teacher who uses food banks? Just asking.

 4 
 on: Yesterday at 06:08:45 PM 
Started by Bob End and his Sexy Bitch - Last post by kippers
We lose zero sovereignty if we allow India 500k visas as part of a Trade Agreement because we can decide whether to accept that deal or not...because we're a sovereign nation.

However if, when part of the EU, a deal was stuck stipulating that we must grant 500k visas to India then we have zero sovereignty. The sovereignty would lie with the EU.


sovereignty
/ˈsɒvr(ɪ)nti/

noun
supreme power or authority.
"the sovereignty of Parliament"


I'll take 500,000 indians right now if it didnt undermine local salaries.  Grafters them lads and intelligent.
Bring the doctors, nurses, IT, engineers and financial guys.

 5 
 on: Yesterday at 06:03:29 PM 
Started by Bob End and his Sexy Bitch - Last post by Henry Chinaski
We lose zero sovereignty if we allow India 500k visas as part of a Trade Agreement because we can decide whether to accept that deal or not...because we're a sovereign nation.

However if, when part of the EU, a deal was stuck stipulating that we must grant 500k visas to India then we have zero sovereignty. The sovereignty would lie with the EU.


sovereignty
/ˈsɒvr(ɪ)nti/

noun
supreme power or authority.
"the sovereignty of Parliament"


If a sovereign power has a policy that excludes further immigration and it makes a deal with India to relax that requirement in a specific way, it has ceded some control over immigration to another sovereign power, in exchange for an equivalent trade-off

To cut to the chase, our deal with the EU required us to cede sovereignty in some areas (but not all) in exchange for tariff free access to the largest trading bloc in the world, and have freedom of movement in 27 EU countries, and have a veto...

It was the best deal anyone had. Without it we quickly return to being the sick man of Europe. The End


 6 
 on: Yesterday at 05:53:27 PM 
Started by Bob End and his Sexy Bitch - Last post by Rutters
Who told whom to 'fuck right off'? Everyone always said they wanted a FTA.

'House prices will plummet'

‘We’ll run out of medicine’

'Emergency Budget'

‘The banks will leave London’

‘Thousands of jobs will be lost’

 7 
 on: Yesterday at 05:41:27 PM 
Started by Bill Buxton - Last post by Rutters
In the latest fun-filled feature they're all falling over themselves to condemn Mason Greenwood and how they would commit Kari Kari if he played for us (conveniently overlooking the fact that a current Labour MP has an actual Police Caution for Domestic Violence).

Presumably they'd never vote for a Party harbouring such a *checks notes* 'vile, odious creature without a moral compass'.

 8 
 on: Yesterday at 05:32:07 PM 
Started by Pigeon droppings - Last post by Bob End and his Sexy Bitch
A mystery on a par with blowjobs and weddings

 9 
 on: Yesterday at 05:30:34 PM 
Started by calamity - Last post by Bob End and his Sexy Bitch
Any plans for 'Gilfhead Revisted'?

 10 
 on: Yesterday at 05:28:53 PM 
Started by Bob End and his Sexy Bitch - Last post by Bob End and his Sexy Bitch
In the whole of Christendom, our National Debt has risen to 1 trillion pound in 2010 when this party took power.

In the next 12 years it rose to 2.33 trillion pounds

We're in recession. Russia, at war, under sanctions, growing, poorly but growing.

I'm having the wildest guess that telling your biggest customer to fuck right off might, just might, be a bad idea.

'Oven ready'

'Sunlit uplands'

 :alf: :duh: :duh:


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