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Previously on "Blue passports: 170 British jobs axed"

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  • Old Greg
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    Still, look on the bright side. Blue passports!

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  • Paddy
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    Originally posted by Mordac View Post
    Under EU procurement rules, there's no reason why it shouldn't happen in France. You're not suggesting they ignore EU procurement rules? That would be, like, well naughty...

    There are exceptions under EU procurement rules and the printing of government documents are one of them.

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  • AtW
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    Originally posted by Mordac View Post
    Under EU procurement rules, there's no reason why it shouldn't happen in France.
    If they are competitive enough to win foreign contracts, especially from country like UK, do you think they'll lose a contract in France?

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  • meridian
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    Blue passports: 170 British jobs axed

    Originally posted by Mordac View Post
    Under EU procurement rules, there's no reason why it shouldn't happen in France. You're not suggesting they ignore EU procurement rules? That would be, like, well naughty...

    They follow EU procurement rules. Ish.

    It’s the U.K. that has a habit of selling off all its assets and outsourcing everything, that means that you don’t have any argument of “national security”.

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  • Mordac
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    Originally posted by AtW View Post
    Would have never happened in France
    Under EU procurement rules, there's no reason why it shouldn't happen in France. You're not suggesting they ignore EU procurement rules? That would be, like, well naughty...

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  • AtW
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    Would have never happened in France

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  • Eirikur
    started a topic Blue passports: 170 British jobs axed

    Blue passports: 170 British jobs axed

    170 jobs axed at British firm after blue passport contract given to French business | Latest Brexit news and top stories - The New European

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