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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    I don't think you quite understand English. You see the article is saying the cards are already visible to everyone.
    But there is none so blind as those who will not see.
    Get it right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleGorilla View Post
    Any modest logistical and managerial costs would be more than made up for by the improvement to the environment etc.
    And then there will be no need for the state to pay anyone to do these jobs, or to collect the rubbish or anything 'menial', as all the workers who currently do such jobs can be fired and then work for their benefits without having to bother about employment protection or minimum wage. And there will be no EUSSR courts to interfere against the sovereign state. It's no wonder Jacob Rees Mogg looked so pleased.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    And then there will be no need for the state to pay anyone to do these jobs, or to collect the rubbish or anything 'menial', as all the workers who currently do such jobs can be fired and then work for their benefits without having to bother about employment protection or minimum wage. And there will be no EUSSR courts to interfere against the sovereign state. It's no wonder Jacob Rees Mogg looked so pleased.
    It's not work.

    It's service for a benefit.

    No litter picking, no benefits.

    It's not about taking away jobs or devaluing the work force. It's about installing get ethic that you don't get something for free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    Struggling to understand your point of view.
    Are you suggesting that as we can't know the future, there is no point in preparing for possible outcomes?
    I take it you don't own any insurance products then?

    How very chavtastic.
    Why take out insurance when you obviously know it all, hence the crystal ball comment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Spartan View Post
    Why take out insurance when you obviously know it all, hence the crystal ball comment.
    Whoosh! You seem to be in the wrong thread or an alternative universe or something

    The whole point of that article is that the govt. havent got any plans for EU talks failure
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    Whoosh! You seem to be in the wrong thread or an alternative universe or something

    The whole point of that article is that the govt. havent got any plans for EU talks failure
    So all news articles tell the truth then is that what you're saying? Or that you actually have some inside knowledge of how it's all going to go down.

    As per the norm you're talking out of your rear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Spartan View Post
    So all news articles tell the truth then is that what you're saying? Or that you actually have some inside knowledge of how it's all going to go down.

    As per the norm you're talking out of your rear.
    So you think that its not worth preparing for the possibility of the EU talks failing?
    Is "hope" your strategy in life?

    FFS and you talk about talking out of rear ends. Dear God, what hath the education system wrought?
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    We are not playing poker and we are not trying to bluff anyone.

    We have tried to talk about for example what could happened to EU nationals in the UK and vice versa - but the EU said no we will not talk about it.

    We have tried to talk about trade but the EU has said no we will not talk about it.

    We have effectively turned our cards over and said these things are too important to play games about so we will not play this game.

    And the EU have said 'Waaaa I am a spoiled 10 year old and want my own way'

    Feckers

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    Quote Originally Posted by original PM View Post
    We are not playing poker and we are not trying to bluff anyone.

    We have tried to talk about for example what could happened to EU nationals in the UK and vice versa - but the EU said no we will not talk about it.

    We have tried to talk about trade but the EU has said no we will not talk about it.

    We have effectively turned our cards over and said these things are too important to play games about so we will not play this game.

    And the EU have said 'Waaaa I am a spoiled 10 year old and want my own way'

    Feckers
    You have less analytical prowess than my 7 year old.
    Don't worry I'm sure mummy will read you a lovely bedtime story before beddy-byes.
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    Old Greg is my bitch's bitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleGorilla View Post
    It's not work.

    It's service for a benefit.

    No litter picking, no benefits.

    It's not about taking away jobs or devaluing the work force. It's about installing get ethic that you don't get something for free.
    Why pay someone minimum wage for a job when you can get them to do it for benefits? It's the way we are going to build a leaner fitter United Kingdom, ready to trade freely.
    Where there's muck there's brass.

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