Discussing the impact of Brexit

chalk40

Well-known Member

I think you might find they are registering to operate here as the reciprocal (or equivalence I think it's termed) arrangement has of course gone now as a result of the brexit thing.

I don't think it translates to employed boots on the ground or supreme confidence in the UK as a flagship going forward.
 

psikey

Distinguished Member
I think you might find they are registering to operate here as the reciprocal (or equivalence I think it's termed) arrangement has of course gone now as a result of the brexit thing.

I don't think it translates to employed boots on the ground or supreme confidence in the UK as a flagship going forward.
I'd imagine so, I just read the article, not commenting on good or bad for UK. Its not an Express article so that's a plus 😀
 

weaviemx5

Distinguished Member
It was considered bad when UK companies were settingh up in EU ;)
It was considered bad when the advice from the U.K. Department for International Trade, for U.K. businesses suffering as a direct result of Brexit, was to setup brand new EU entities to bypass the mess of Export/Import 👍🏻
 

wuffles

Active Member
It was considered bad when the advice from the U.K. Department for International Trade, for U.K. businesses suffering as a direct result of Brexit, was to setup brand new EU entities to bypass the mess of Export/Import
Remember back when Kwman's own solution to the "teething problems" was to use an EU based agent, which I believe turned out to be one of his customers or something set up as a staging post to avoid the red tape?
 

Kwman

Well-known Member
Remember back when Kwman's own solution to the "teething problems" was to use an EU based agent, which I believe turned out to be one of his customers or something set up as a staging post to avoid the red tape?
As long as it works...better than moaning and doing nothing. That pays your bills doesn't it.
 

klaxhu

Member
Shocking.


Remember how they voted? Look at some of the best quotes from the people the BBC has decided to publish.
 

tahirti3

Well-known Member
Shocking.


Remember how they voted?
Its ok.tell them to go setup shop in an EU country,employ EU citizens,do business on EU terms and regulations and pay Tax to the EU country they set up in.sovereignty is wonderful
 

klaxhu

Member
Its ok.tell them to go setup shop in an EU country,employ EU citizens,do business on EU terms and regulations and pay Tax to the EU country they set up in.sovereignty is wonderful
Precisely. They'll find a way out - I am sure there will be plenty of local youngsters at some point interested in doing these highly sought after jobs that they were complaining immigrants came and stole from them.

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What I don't get it is why they have not actually posted a picture of the rotting flowers?
Is this a dig at how well Brexit is doing in Lincolnshire vs Cornwall?

Brexit news these days...they are not what they used to be either.

I think we need reality depicted more, so it hits the people's brains: you forget words in a headline, but man you don't forget the sight of rotting apples or acres of rotting daffodil for sure.
 
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IronGiant

Moderator
There you go:

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Although some are suggesting it's COVID related rather than about Brexit. I'm inclined to suggest it's both.
 
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DE1908

Active Member
You can't say that in here !!! You'll will give then a work-out heart attack :D

I guess from the 21st June onwards we should all start to see the wisdom and sunlit uplands of the vote to Leave.

It will be nice to see the benefits of Brexit make the headlines once the covid stories start to abate.

cough
 

chalk40

Well-known Member
I guess from the 21st June onwards we should all start to see the wisdom and sunlit uplands of the vote to Leave.

It will be nice to see the benefits of Brexit make the headlines once the covid stories start to abate.

cough
I can see it DE1908, I see that same vision ...... it looks and sounds like this ..... wipes a tear away and gulps ....

 

chalk40

Well-known Member
I guess from the 21st June onwards we should all start to see the wisdom and sunlit uplands of the vote to Leave.

It will be nice to see the benefits of Brexit make the headlines once the covid stories start to abate.

cough

Better still .....

 

DE1908

Active Member
Funny. Every time I go to reply, immediately below the text box is a similar threads suggestion.

Top one listed is "Advantages of Leaving the EU"

Last updated Sep 17, 2020....
 

chalk40

Well-known Member
Funny. Every time I go to reply, immediately below the text box is a similar threads suggestion.

Top one listed is "Advantages of Leaving the EU"

Last updated Sep 17, 2020....

:) ..... last updated Sept 17, 2020 ! ......

Is like that long underground tunnel near the science museum (is it Kensington South from memory) .... think it's the longest foot tunnel in the UK (think I'm not making that up, came from somewhere in the dark recesses) ...... and the wind blows long and hard down that empty pipe as well just now.
 

IronGiant

Moderator
It was being heavily trolled and although we (the Mods) didn't close it the discussion naturally gravitated over into here.
 

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