James O'Brien - Brexit Is A Legal Nightmare

Glen Stevenson
Glen Stevenson

Those who say the e u is undemocratic that's the reason for leaving the e u well their wrong

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stephen isom
stephen isom

no there not if you look at it yes all seems well and just and if you look at the structure it is democratic ,,as you will see from so called experts on u..tube ,yes this is true ,but in reality we do not have enough eu mps .its the germans running the show and we you and me get little or no say at all...so yes like me saying all million heirs come to my party i am being democratic because we can all be a million heirs but the fact we are not is not my fault ,,i have been clear and democratic ,,.

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

24 carat hypocrites

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

do you know Patrick who,s in food who rang last week?? how would a random caller from Denmark know the caller....totally manufactured, stage call.... the caller even sound like a younger James....unctous....priggish, tartuffian etc

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prof1066
prof1066

As Eu law is being passed into UK law including all the above standards he mentioned, there is no problem as the standards are the same.

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Glen Stevenson
Glen Stevenson

This lousy attitude against foreigners some of the brexit lot not all

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Paul Cockram
Paul Cockram

What legal problem? Only 8% of our laws are made in the EU aren't they? Oh was that a lie?

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N GP
N GP

So repetitive this muppet o Brian

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john hansberry
john hansberry

Hey... captain obvious... that's how the legal process works...go figure.

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Gaz Parry
Gaz Parry

It shouldn't of been though should it James? You never mentioned it before 2016, there's no moral High ground when it came to successive governments handing them all our power on the sly.

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George Petit
George Petit

Hey hey hey whats this brexit and why does 17 million people rule the uk ha ha ya suckers I carnt wait till march 29th

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Largesse1000
Largesse1000

Love this. The caller criticises Brexit and O'Brien laps it up, then we find out that this individual has left the UK, and dislikes London because it is impersonal and overcrowded. Couldn't fucking make it up! Also enjoy the way O'Brien just sidesteps that one, doesn't not fit his narrative, loathsome individual

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Gordon Bradley
Gordon Bradley

Don't like facts eh ?

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Gaz Cos
Gaz Cos

a cunt on the phone to a cunt

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Bobby Crush
Bobby Crush

Spanish holidays? No problem we can go somewhere else. Imagine the drop in the Spanish economy if the British didn't visit.

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Gordon Bradley
Gordon Bradley

Where ? Cleethorpes ?

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Bobby Crush
Bobby Crush

What shitty products do we get from the EU that we couldn't produce ourselves?

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0 0
0 0

Gammon racist O'Brien

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I knewit.
I knewit.

Repeal the 1972 European Communities Act which actually was unlawful as it broke British Common Law.

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fr ze
fr ze

I knewit. - broke our constitutional law actually - but you are on the right track.

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Simon John
Simon John

We should have repealed the ECA 1972 2 years ago. Every thing since the vote has been a charade in order to find a plausible reason to remain.

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Nancy Reid
Nancy Reid

does James ever smile ???

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Jaime Costa
Jaime Costa

I see your vídeos in Portugal...

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Austen J
Austen J

And the end of day, 16th October 2018, official tally for the failed People's Vote [London March this Saturday, 20th October 2018 in EU loving London with free buses nationwide provided from George Soros's funds] https://www.peoples-vote.uk/petition - get ready, set .... stop! 317,272 signatories! Forgive me for pointing out that under a third of a million petitioners is a minority interest to 17.4 million Leave voters. Tell me I'm wrong!

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Simon John
Simon John

You're not wrong and beside the only real poll that counts was on 23rd June 2016.

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Austen J
Austen J

And the end of day, 16th October 2018, official tally for the failed People's Vote [London March this Saturday, 20th October 2018 in EU loving London with free buses nationwide provided from George Soros's funds] https://www.peoples-vote.uk/petition - get ready, set .... stop! 317,272 signatories! Forgive me for pointing out that under a third of a million petitioners is a minority interest to 17.4 million Leave voters. Tell me I'm wrong!

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Austen J
Austen J

And the end of day, 16th October 2018, official tally for the failed People's Vote [London March this Saturday, 20th October 2018 in EU loving London with free buses nationwide provided from George Soros's funds] https://www.peoples-vote.uk/petition - get ready, set .... stop! 317,272 signatories! Forgive me for pointing out that under a third of a million petitioners is a minority interest to 17.4 million Leave voters. Tell me I'm wrong!

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ramsey sixthreethree
ramsey sixthreethree

a man whos life is totally consumed by brexit should be seeking help with his mental health lbc could be liable for not getting him a doctor

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nauxsi
nauxsi

I wish the public were a bit more consumed by it.

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Simon John
Simon John

We should get mental health doctors for Alastair Campbell, Most of the Labour shadow cabinet, Philip Hammond, Anna Soubry, Amber Rudd, Vince Cable, Nick Clegg, Tony Blair, John Major, Peter Mandelsen, Heseltine and Sturgeon. All of them bitter and twist and consumed by Brexit and could cause harm to their EU gravy train.

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Jacob Jorgenson
Jacob Jorgenson

If you are not sitting at the table you are on the menu

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stephen isom
stephen isom

is that the small eu table or the world banqueting hall.//we do not deserve to be a small fish on a small table and we can not even pick the table or who we sit with o brien for belgium prime minister so long as he stay.s there,,,,,

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Simon John
Simon John

gerbenvanessen, most Eastern European people are like minded and the salt of the earth and welcome in the UK, but not millions at once, which was the problem putting a strain on housing stock, public services and infrastructure meant for 50 million. I like it to having a family get together of 100 of your relatives that you love dearly, but you only live in a 3 bedroom house... The main problem we saw was not migration from Eastern Europe, but from Africa and Middle East and plans afoot to increase their number exponentially. This is a poison seed that will grow to consume the whole continent in a caliphate. Barcelona Declaration whose purpose is to prepare the way to expand the EU to all the Islamic Med countries and into Africa. https://ec.europa.eu/research/iscp/pdf/policy/barcelona_declaration.pdf

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gerbenvanessen
gerbenvanessen

@Simon John ah yes, the first ever SHRINKING of the EU by brexit is the EU getting smaller year by year nevermind that brexit happened in part because Brits were made afrain of eastern european countries joining.

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Largesse1000
Largesse1000

Jacob Jorgenson what a pathetic statement. Jewish?

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ikm64
ikm64

Funny thing about wisdom.........it seldom comes before the lesson.

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ikm64
ikm64

+stephen isom First I'm in my 50's. Second personally I'd prefer if the UK left the EU ( the reason for this is long and complex ). My argument on this topic would be better summed up with "look before you leap", because the UK has at this stage no idea where it is going. Now with regard to all the name calling I'll leave it to a better mind to answer; "It is an easy thing to call names; any fool is equal to that ... and the weapon of vituperation is generally used by those who lack brains for argument or are upon the wrong side." Martha Finley I leave it to you to decide whether it's "lack of brains" or "the wrong side" that is relevant here.

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stephen isom
stephen isom

IKM64 o brian or mr incomprehensible //is like a 14 year old trying to win an argument he knows is wrong ,,but is stuck with it,,,,,,,,, because he is going to look the biggest prat in the school on monday when monday comes he and all the girly little remoaners will look very very STUPID and many will be finished ,..

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Glen Stevenson
Glen Stevenson

Why has England made the e u the the enemy makes no sense why are the brexit lot against the e u

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Gordon Bradley
Gordon Bradley

+fr ze " The EU is undemocratic, simple as that " ? UK - an unelected hereditary head of state ? An elected lower house of parliament ? An unelected upper house of parliament ? An appointed civil service ? Which can't be sacked by the elected parliament ? EU - An elected president ? An elected parliament ? An elected ruling council, composed of elected ministers of elected national governments ? A civil service appointed by the elected parliament, and can be sacked by the elected parliament ? The EU is more democratic, by miles, than the UK ! I don't expect you to understand a word of this because you're thick and believe everything you're told !

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fr ze
fr ze

Glen Stevenson - because the EU is undemocratic - simple as that

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Gordon Bradley
Gordon Bradley

+Simon John " Prince" Andrew, ? And his pointless brother ? Wossisname ?

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Simon John
Simon John

Gordon bradley. Would like to know what your idea of not done a day work for generations is. Important ceremonial duties cutting ribbons, Opening parliament, reading a statement written by No 10, state dinners for foreign dignitaries, shaking hands with VIPs and saying "And what do you do?", can never retire, awarding gongs to complete and utter tossers, nominated by No 10. The Queen delegates her cousins to rubber stamp EU laws all day long. Despite all this pomp and ceremony and a complete charade, yes she is worth every penny, because she is disconnected from daily politics.

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Gordon Bradley
Gordon Bradley

+Simon John But we'll keep the german family who have never done a day's work for generations, and who live at enormous expense on state benefits ?

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

yet another non-sensical remainer lurching into cognitive dissonance about Brexit... how come james didnt accuse caller of being racist???

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

WOW did the caller just say he left the UK and doesnt live here anymore because he thinks its too overcrowded and that people in London are rude...you couldnt make this hogwash up....a pair of bilge buckets spewing slop...

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

I am dyslexic too

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

who really cares about the grammer??.....try putting context and substance before grammer, surely even you can get the picture.... try putting Independence before bullshit too...

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toney gange
toney gange

A Nicol+ You're pulling people up on their grammar and you put ''And you a Brexit voter,too''.. POT KETTLE SWEETIE.

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Simon John
Simon John

Well London and the Southeast in general is overcrowded and over priced and "Londoners" are rude and mostly foreign these days

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ToonandBBfan
ToonandBBfan

I hate the EU.   I hope it collapses

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

Should of changed title to Brexit is a Remoonies Nightmare.

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john harris
john harris

Until we have a legal agreement in place we wont be able to wipe our own asses with toilet paper. We will all have to find some road kill cat and use that. I remember during the referendum when Nip Clegg told us that the E.U. had a very small footprint on our legal processes. Now it seems we can't even wipe our own asses because only the E.U. can give us permission.

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stephen isom
stephen isom

SPOT ON,,

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gerbenvanessen
gerbenvanessen

nah the EU has very little impact on your legal system. but trade, that is something the EU is very much involved in making simpler.

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Austen J
Austen J

Here's a good task for Remainers - can you even name the capital city of all 28 Member States? And bonus points if you can name at least 1 other city in each MS. If not, then why the interest in this Union of non-equals? It's difficult enough in the UK with Westminster, the Welsh Assembly and the Scottish and NI Parliaments making decisions still left in their power. To have the overarching EU Directives/Regulations complicates things too much, so let's get rid.

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Gordon Bradley
Gordon Bradley

Just wait till you have to get past the veto's of 164 WTO members to get anything agreed ? Including Argentina ? Spain ? And France, and Germany who will be your deadly competitors, not your allies ? Haaaaaaaaaaaaw !

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nauxsi
nauxsi

All power lies with Westminister. It's clear a lot of people in the UK didn't know despite book shops everywhere.

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PanglossDr
PanglossDr

Surely for a Government to follow a path which is guaranteed to impoverish the people, whatever the outcome, must be Treason?

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Austen J
Austen J

Yes, Brexit will mean that the UK will suffer pain, sucker! [As Mr 'T' from the A Team might have said]. And the EU will continue on entirely unaffected according to 'James and the Detractors' point of view, not mine. That's probably why the EU has failed to proposed and implement a single reform since the Brexit shock and still go full steam ahead with trying to implement an EU 'Defence Force' [an army to non-idiot understanding] and Southern Balkan expansion with Albania and Macedonia lined up to join 20 other Member States with their hands out for cash provided by the UK and 6 others. Pathetic.

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Eoin Tolster
Eoin Tolster

James ive been listening for months from nz. This is crazy shit

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alan peaco
alan peaco

We be crazy we love it, crazy is the new sanity.

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

2 absolute doughnuts, massaging and feeding of each others non-sensical and absurd brainwashed crapology ....

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

I am increasingly happy that no deal is ever drawing closer....perfect start for a vibrant, innovative, strong Independent Free Trading UK...thats all.... no one can stop us now...power to the people...

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jonathan stromberg
jonathan stromberg

As i scroll down this page you sound increasingly angry. Seriously, its YOUR health you are harming not anyone elses.

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Stanandollie
Stanandollie

Yes and no

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Tuten Vanman
Tuten Vanman

If leaving is a legal nightmare why were we not told all this when we voted to join. The pro EU seem to be allowed to lie but not the leavers. You lot lost but blame everyone but yourselves. The EU got us into this mess and now they are blaming us, pathetic. The easiest solution would be to disband the EU think of all the money we would all save. Each country would be able to make easy deals with their european colleagues.

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Darth Solo
Darth Solo

I don't get your point. Why should EU disband itself for UK to make easy deals ?! EU already has easy deals.

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nauxsi
nauxsi

When you join forces with another party/company your processes get integrated and streamline so there is less friction.

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Soloman1001
Soloman1001

People have to realize that the media is contrarianism, otherwise it would be boring, its not the go to place for logic and reasoning, its the go to place for denial, its just traitorous leftwing liberalistic hypocthetical psychobabbling bullshit of which O´Brien is master.

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sean lee
sean lee

James o cockwomble

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

in 5 years time we wont be able to buy ANY of the brands we grew up with in UK?? WOW...thats what the caller said.... tell that to Unilever...in his defence the caller did say he was new to the job...

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david smith
david smith

If its a legal nightmare imagine what it would be if it were a lawfull one, there is a difference,between the two,now if we talking nightmares how did we manage to do business in cold war times with Russia running, the show,i think if we mirror their attitude we will get on, as we did in cold war times,EEC should have continued on,but no greedy bastards decided to get together invent a company EU and a parliament,eventually reducing citizens rights and sovereignty in reality and taking over their countries by corrupting and paying off officials and politicians and enforcing their laws as superior to centuries old laws enforced by the EU and charge each country a club members fee or an exstorcian fee of 55million pounds a day in UK ,S case of AUSTERITY CREDIT,so the EU collect a club fee from 195 nations and are a middle man that in reality,control all the business in and out of Europe,i would say they on a nice little earner and would not have to work for the next 5 of their familys generations,so they earning on all the deals that are made as well,so this is realityis this a super state...

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deeros100
deeros100

As a Belgian, I really hope Brexit goes well although I doubt it. It would really annoy me to pay extra taxes just to keep illegal British immigrants from crossing the North Sea into EU though.

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gerbenvanessen
gerbenvanessen

fr za have you got anything to say besides your conspiracy theories and lies?

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fr ze
fr ze

gerbenvanessen - you are bent over the table being fucked by the Germans (you are getting what you asked for) but when you have had enough and you say ‘no more please’ the Germans will just keeping going - the Netherlands is being shafted - you just don’t realise it yet. Wake up dummy. And remember - you heard it from the Brits first - we warned you - you are just not listening.

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fr ze
fr ze

gerbenvanessen In the EU the UK was outvoted on many issues - Brits see the world and the EU from a different perspective - outside of the EU we will not be outvoted on anything - we will once again be a sovereign nation - not so the Netherlands - it will dance to Germany’s tune - they used tanks in 1940 and stealth from 1958 - European nations are blind to the fact that the EU is a political union - trade is used as an excuse for Germany to take over Europe - you are now a region under German control aided and abetted by France. EU member states are under some childish notion that the have an equal say in a trade block - that is pretty damn naive. The value of the euro is determined for the benefit of German exports (not Dutch goods) the treaties negotiated world-wide are based on what Germany wants (not the Dutch) and meanwhile Germany can flood the Dutch market unrestricted and the rules applied are German rules. Now look at the Dutch debt - YOU are paying for that debt which is increasing year on year - and there is nothing you can do about it because the euro is controlled by German bankers via the ECB - which EU laws forbid interference by you politicians. NOW do you understand why Britons wanted to leave - enough of us have realised what the problem is (again) - Germany wanting to rule Europe - but by different means.

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gerbenvanessen
gerbenvanessen

@fr ze lol "I'm NOT ANGRY! I'M GETTING WHAT I ASKED FOR!!" LOL LOL LOL LOL

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fr ze
fr ze

gerbenvanessen - wrong again - I’m not angry - we WON the referendum and we are LEAVING - you however are staying in the CORRUPT UNDEMOCRATIC REGIME - progressively people throughout the EU are waking up to the fact that the EU is an elitist political project and the people are being led like muppets - you obviously haven’t got a clue what you support - you think it’s a lovey dovey people thing - it isn’t - It’s an elite club that will benefit a minority - but only because of support by muppets. What to find out more - why don’t you ask ‘who issues you nation’s money supply into circulation? I know - but I also know that you don’t know - that is the question that every nation should ask and understand - this debate is for grown ups not the kiddy debate about trade. When you have a bit more knowledge about the money system and the money supply - come back and have a grown up conversation - meanwhile - WE ARE LEAVING - thank god.

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Rob Duncan
Rob Duncan

Brexit = unfolding catastrophe . Crash out no deal hard Brexit = Recession / Depression , the likes we have never witnessed before , we will be in a place that will be hard to recover from . International & national companies large & small will find it hard to trade & make profit , as a result we will slide downhill over time . There will be winners the very rich & people that know how to make a killing of the back of all the chaos , liquidation firms will also do ok , but most of us will struggle to keep a job , pay bills and keep our heads above water . Take action now while you still can work hard, save money , pay off debit if you can , stock up your food stores with basic food rice, oats , beans, etc , before any panic buying . Just remember what it's like after one day of snow shops get emptied , if this Brexit goes very bad , and it's not looking good unless your name is JR-M or Farage or Bozo etc then we could be in a world of trouble . Save , store , pay of debit , prepare there maybe trouble ahead .

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Michael Gardner
Michael Gardner

The EU are saying pensions well not be paid to pensioners , what do you think of that.

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Miguel Franco
Miguel Franco

Without a deal there is problems if you want to transfere money from UK to EU and vice versa. So EU banks will not give money to UK people since they don't have guarantees that UK banks will pay them like now. What is most likely to happen is that some UK banks do deals with EU banks... so some people will be covered others will need to change things to be able to get money into EU.

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Kronos my account got hacked
Kronos my account got hacked

Fight for your Sovereignty Fight for your Democracy Fight for your Solidarity Fight for your Independence Fight for your Spirituality Fight for your Rights Fight for your Community Fight for your Family Fight for your Country Fight for your Identity Fight for your Lives Join UKIP

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stephen isom
stephen isom

spoken like a true british man but your talking to the big girly,s and cry babies the cowards ,...

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Allard Freichmann
Allard Freichmann

And get brexshit in Ukipstan.

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steven jones
steven jones

Lol

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Paul McCann
Paul McCann

Wanker.

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PanglossDr
PanglossDr

Kronos, impossible as UKIP is a single issue party.

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Biddle Love
Biddle Love

This country has already crashed and burnt, Muslim for mayor! Over run with foreign criminal gangs, thats why brexit happened, no one was listening to the British people.

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Gordon Brittas
Gordon Brittas

Well I white British and will probably lose my job because of Brexit if there is a no deal. Bad as it gets for me.

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organisten
organisten

Biddle Love it’s *overrun with people who can’t speak its own language. Otherwise don’t you think you’re quite the hypocrite? If Muslims form ghettos, do not integrate, and are a law unto themselves you would say they were threatening your native culture. A man comes along who through bloody hard work, education, and skill not only integrates exceptionally well, but is elected to the leader of a major city. And he’s still not accepted. You make me ashamed I ever came from your country.

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Biddle Love
Biddle Love

+Gordon Brittas yeah! Why, is it bad to be white British in Britain?

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Gordon Brittas
Gordon Brittas

would that be the white British person by any chance ?

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Lars Gregersen
Lars Gregersen

I'm from Denmark :-) I would love to go on holiday in the UK next year as I expect the pound to be cheap. A few questions: Will there be airlines that operate between UK and Denmark and should I bring my own food? ;-)

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Strangely Jamesly
Strangely Jamesly

It will be like a 3rd world country. Bring trade and barter goods. No to air travel. And yes to bringing your own food.

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Alan Simmons
Alan Simmons

fr ze what "yoke" are you living under? and no, I choose to live in the UK. As I stated previously it isn't a case of agree with your opinion or leave.

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fr ze
fr ze

Alan Simmons - you make my point for me (thanks) but precisely - we live in a democracy and we voted to leave - if you are not happy with the outcome then the next option to satisfy your desired end - living under the yoke of the EU - is to move to one of the 27 member states - what could be fairer than that - you get to serve your master and we get freedom.

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Alan Simmons
Alan Simmons

fr ze So your suggestion that anyone who wants to remain should bugger of to Europe, you do realise that we live in a De-moc-racy. You see we can (and 48% of the UK did) disagree with your position even if we marginally lost. Personally I didn't vote for the Tories. Just because they got in doesn't mean I have to be quiet and accept everything they say. I am allowed to voice my protest. Perhaps it should be you heading off for say Saudi Arabia where they are far from democratic

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fr ze
fr ze

There is going to be a referendum - the question will be " Do you want to live in the UK or do you want to live in the EU. All UK remain voters can pack their bags and choose any one of 27 EU regions (previously known as countries) - just need to brush up on a new language (plenty to choose from) - of course any approved EU citizen who wants to live in the UK - brush up on your ENGLISH and you are very welcome - with all the whingers gone the attitude in the countryside or will be much happier.

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Richard Moloney
Richard Moloney

I love how so many UK people actually understand how the EU works. I love how much senior British poltiicians understand the GFA and the problems Brexit will create for Northern Ireland. It was SOOOO nice of Nigel Farage to come to Dublin to educate the Irish people about their need to leave the EU.

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Gordon Bradley
Gordon Bradley

+stephen isom Sigh ! The EU28 negotiated the Lisbon treaty ? There were a couple of minor aspects of the Lisbon treaty the Irish didn't like ! Since every one of the EU28 has to agree to the treaty the EU27 talked to the Irish and changed the treaty into treaty the Irish could agree to ! You know ? Democracy ? Then the Irish voted to agree to the Lisbon treaty which had been changed into something the Irish liked ? Your level of gawping pig-ignorance and drooling stupidity has got my country into a catastrophic fiasco ! Stop reading the billionaires press ! Look what it's done to you !

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Richard Moloney
Richard Moloney

+stephen isom That's bollocks, and you know it's bollocks.

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stephen isom
stephen isom

educate the Irish .how you give them a pencil and a piece of paper and say put cross on your voting preference and hay presto you all got it wrong and the nice french and germans helped you get it right second time around ..so your right you can not educate people who need two other countries to put a cross on a piece of paper with a pencil.//

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Gordon Bradley
Gordon Bradley

Falange tried it in Scotland once. Only once ! The polis had to rescue his scrawny backside, and he's never dared show his jabbering face here since !

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Richard Moloney
Richard Moloney

Absolutely correct, so let's work together to keep it that way.

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Spiritual Anarchist
Spiritual Anarchist

Most of these thousands E.U micro-laws & regulations mentioned, will not happen because most E.U regulations are being copied into British law . This will stop a lot of problems before they could even begin . The irony being offcourse that by' Britanising ' most off these E.U rules & regulations, it undermines the whole concept of Brexit.

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Spiritual Anarchist
Spiritual Anarchist

Simon john, Indeed. the borders drawn trough (for example) the African continent is the still the main reason why so many countries seem to be stuck into endless conflict. Disguised under the banner of democracy, the people in power fight out ancient feuds.. We shall never know how the continent of Africa would have evolved if it had kept it's own tribal systems then.. but one thing is sure. Divide and rule made it possible for a small white elite to keep the power, The same division has turned into official independent nations, complete with European styled governments, courts, etc, Anyway , I doubt colonialism and E.U regulations do have a lot in common though.

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Simon John
Simon John

Yes some former colonies of the British Empire became dictatorships or rather reverted back to what they were before and some had bloody civil wars, because of the way their country was artificially put together. You can't force democracy, democracy has to come from within and if they don't believe in democracy you have dictatorships of various kinds and our lesson should also say you can't force different peoples to live together in "peace" unless you have a strong dictatorship.

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Spiritual Anarchist
Spiritual Anarchist

Simon john. And look how de- colonization worked out for those countries. Dictators and civil wars until this day and age.

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Simon John
Simon John

Not really, because afterward we would diverge from the EU on a gradual basis as we repeal, amend EU laws. Many of them we need to take a hatchet knife to wholesale. it was this technique used by the British to orderly release of former colonies that they had already adopted UK laws while they were colonies upto independence day and were then free to legislate from then on.

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Menno Postma
Menno Postma

@Bo Soerjadi Technically cancelling brexit is an option, but "some people just want to watch the world burn..".

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The viewer
The viewer

Just wondering , did those voting "remain" do so because they wanted to stay in the EU , because they loved it so much , OR , were they just too frightened to leave ?

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Louis Walker
Louis Walker

PanglossDr .The United Kingdom WOULD NOT be subject to the laws of other TPPII member countries. You obviously don’t understand the TPPII agreement. The UK would comply with (and contribute to the development of) commonly agreed rules and standards on product safety, public health, the environment, workers’ rights, intellectual property, public procurement and so on. That’s the case with all trade deals, whether bilateral or multilateral. But the EU is a totally different creature, being a political, legislative and bureaucratic body which has European integration as its end goal. Its customs union is modelled on the Zollvrein, a throwback to the early 1800s which was created in order to facilitate German political and economic integration. It’s funny how Remainers accuse Brexiteers of being isolationist while trying to keep the UK locked inside the protectionist trade-inhibiting low-growth high-unemployment EU. Do you object to trade deals in general, or just the ability of the UK to negotiate its own in particular? The EU believes in free trade agreements. (Although most major economies are reluctant to sign-up to trade deals with it). Do you believe TPPII members such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan and Singapore have joined a commercial cesspit?!

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The viewer
The viewer

You had every right to vote remain , I was going to , until the campaign started and the likes of O'Brien were sneering at the working classes . Worth remembering that the communist "Morning Star" , and many Left wing groups have constantly advocated leaving the EU/EEC . To say it was the rich wanting to leave the EU , by fooling the working class , isn't quite true (plus , it shows contempt for the working classes themselves )

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Gordon Brittas
Gordon Brittas

So you going to buy a Chinese made car any time soon? I wouldn't really want an american car either .Fresh food imported from our neighbours? Some may want to buy fresh french food over USA food lol. Most sane people would want free trade to 500 million westerners that are neighbours. have you forgotten about European Union and Japan signing one of the world's biggest free trade deals, covering nearly a third of the world's GDP and 600 million people this year??

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Gordon Brittas
Gordon Brittas

I am white and work in a factory on the shop floor. So you don't see the benefit culture of Britain as being a huge problem? you are blind to the fact we need migration and EU migration costs the UK pence compared to paying people who just do not want to work.

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Tom Dooley
Tom Dooley

Without our 8 billion net to throw around . The EU who cant get their accounts sign off will fold . I have waited over 40 years for this moment .

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Marcus Goth
Marcus Goth

sad life

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Kristoff B
Kristoff B

@toney gange - So, your oh-so-fucking informed answer to question I asked SOMEONE ELSE is... "who gives a shit" - and yet, without knowing SHIT about me, who I am, where in the world I live, what are my political affiliations, what I do - you expect ME to not just answer YOUR questions, but also fix all EU's problems for you? Just so "maybe the UK will listen"? Let me tell you one thing - I do not give a flying fuck about YOU, UK, or EU.

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Leicht Sinn
Leicht Sinn

steve french in every aspect and Germany not ? hmm EU needs the UK then look at the import exports 50% trade UK with the EU 8% EU with UK so brexit will hit UK harder then EU

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Leicht Sinn
Leicht Sinn

toney gange Merkel is working for THE COMPANIES you didn't understood why germany let 1million mirgat because german people are getting older (democrafic change ) look at japan they have therfore a lot of problems. and look at the yearly decrease of immigrants coming to the EU

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gerbenvanessen
gerbenvanessen

So do Brits not have the sense to understand that goods imported into the EU are taxed by the country where they come in meaning the Uk and the Netherlands get a lot more money from being in the EU than an ''pay into the EU vs EU subsidies'' graph shows?

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Tom Dooley
Tom Dooley

The EU tied.us up good and proper . That was their intention . By design not coincidence . Gutless fools are prepared to accept that . I'm not and neither are normal inteligemt people. Its called having balls , Its called having some self respect , its called refusing to be controlled by insane commie globalists . Its called.not being a stupid lazy bastard like dumb O'Brian . .

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marconatrix
marconatrix

The way everyone else sees it, it's called being domineering, always demanding to have your way, and simply not understanding how to co-operate for the overall benefit of everyone.

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catscats50
catscats50

He won't accept the new reality, just like a jilted boyfriend won't accept that the relationship is over and becomes an obsessed stalker. Move on.

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Allard Freichmann
Allard Freichmann

You're welcome. Always happy to work together with different people.

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david smith
david smith

Allard Freichmann;Your choice and democracy,is different to my choice and democracy, good luck with your superstate and federation.

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Allard Freichmann
Allard Freichmann

So true. Meanwhile we need to handle the questions as good as we can. And I believe that cooperation is still the best option we have. And change free trade into fair trade, world wide. Means also taking in account, human rights, justice and the environment. So there is a lot of work to be done for generations. Proud to be European and member of the EU. Ban the burka!

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david smith
david smith

Allard Freichmann;It ,s  negativity and nlp programming that holds one back from enlightment.......

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david smith
david smith

A Nicol;The true reality is, that sometimes journalists tell porkies,and that if you continuously bomb countries into oblivion the people that live there have no where to live,so they flee,i would do the same,The new reality however is with the amount of precise information available, with modern technology and think tanks, a Marxist socialist favourite,for thinking ahead, years ahead,like the totalitarian tiptoe,it is believable that,its been harder for citizens to vote against,wars;ie,Iraq,Afganistan, Syria,libya,ukriaine,etc,etc,because of forced sovereignty reduction through the EU parliament,now,its possible you are going to have millions of refugees flocking to Europe,now for me its hard to believe that these outcomes were not predicted in think tank organisations and they new what was going to happen before the first wave of refugees flooded in,so they were in a position to stop that happening,but failed to make preperations or reperations,for a reason,i expect, the agenda was to continue on with the Agenda of a one culture NewWorld Order,but European countries are not happy with this refugee quota system right now and it seems to be gaining momentum I expect the think tanks have a harsh remedy for this as they always have,it may be there undoing though..

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Akbar, Allard Freichmann
Akbar, Allard Freichmann

Welcome in Europe be proud to be an EU member and work together.

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stephen isom
stephen isom

work together and be told what to do by the germans and french,.and have no say because we do not have enough eu mp.s ..now do as your told ,,,......no thanks..

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fr ze
fr ze

Akbar, Allard Freichmann - another romantic who doesn't understand the issue. It isn't about trade it's about sovereignty.

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Simon John
Simon John

No thank you. You are welcome to your totalitarian EU.

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Akbar, Allard Freichmann
Akbar, Allard Freichmann

Politics is reality not a fairy tale. And reality has a lot of shades of grey.

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Kevin Feeney
Kevin Feeney

Acbar , any country is welcome in the eu as long as they have money to pay in . You lot are just pissy because your golden goose is leaving !!!!! Bye bye

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

you have to move with the times....and that time is coming for a strong vibrant independent free trading UK...if you think time will stand still in the UK after Brexit then think again...watch UK eat all the cherries when we leave...yummy yummy...

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

bring out your dead...the ice age is coming......UK will turn into waterworld or mad max......we will all eat maggots....etc

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No Troll
No Troll

+wolfie smith Only the remorseful will be forgiven.

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frenchie jones
frenchie jones

wolfie smith ...I thought eating maggots was the norm for you retarded backward types.

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

oh yes the great famine is coming to UK too..silly me I forgot....forgive me for being so totally and utterly deluded...

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No Troll
No Troll

Surely, maggots will only be a voluntary thing for those who want that extra quantity of protein in their diet. However, most people dislike a recession well before famine strikes. If you think an economic downturn plus a perceptible decline of disposable income are fun, then go ahead.

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Garry Bastow
Garry Bastow

This idiot does not want free speech. He objects to David Davis getting air time lol. Champagne socialist.

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stephen isom
stephen isom

GARRY bastow the shame is your right and the loons will always follow the camel with the shit;y arse .

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Garry Bastow
Garry Bastow

+nauxsi You may have a point. But this idiot James is stealing oxygen. He is a globalist he is one of them open borders nutters. A resist toward white working men . He edits the truth. This idiot is what is wrong with the media today. And anyone that supports polictal correctness in my book.really should go out and try And get some common sense. When he grows up the penny might drop. Put I can't see this fellow ever growing up.

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nauxsi
nauxsi

David Davis... the guy who sat on his hands for 2 years waiting for the clock to run out?

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frenchie jones
frenchie jones

Garry Bastow ...now Garry...we know who the idiots are don't we ?? Idiot!!

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David of Yorkshire
David of Yorkshire

Wholesalers import, the corner shop doesn't. Most UK businesses don't deal with import/export, and the ones that do already know how too. If the idea of import/export is the only reason to remain in the EU the let's get out now. It's a non-issue. Think if the employment for the extra work and the freedom to import from anywhere to improve your costs. This is a staged oversimplified argument, and I'm beginning to think this programme is fabricated and the calls scripted.

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Campbell Cutler
Campbell Cutler

+David of Yorkshire "which of course means I worked for years in transport and warehousing, plus vessel safety systems. Including bonded and dangerous goods handling." Your post is unclear, I mean "vessel safety systems". That doesn't sound like it has anything to do with being compliant with import and export regulations at all. Can you elaborate on how your experience applies to import and export regulations because it sounds like you work in the industry and are trying to pass yourself off as an expert in import and export regulations when in reality your expertise is in health and safety but please explain how I am wrong and that you are not a deceitful little weasel. I mean a forklift driver at DHL could have "worked for years in transport and warehousing" but I would not say their experience was particularly relevant to this topic.

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David of Yorkshire
David of Yorkshire

+Campbell Cutler : How about you make a point, state some facts and stop regurgitating the same properganda. I wrote warehouse, transport and logistics systems for years, which of course means I worked for years in transport and warehousing, plus vessel safety systems. Including bonded and dangerous goods handling. So, what is your expertise? and where does your insight come from?

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BigHenFor
BigHenFor

Your argument is nonsensical because you think you understand WTO but you don't. If WTO rules were so brilliant, why did we join the EEC in the first place? If the EU model is so bad, why is it being replicated in other regional trade blocs?. Read more, comment less.

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

couldnt agree with you more... that somes up you too, james and the caller completely 100%.. pretending you are right even though you know naff all about what you are talking about... brainwashed remoonies are so lost in EU space...

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Pat Aherne
Pat Aherne

Being bumped into in the high street in London is no reason to emigrate and no big deal.

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Paul Furey
Paul Furey

He's actually saying he doesn't like London, which is understandable!

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ian forde
ian forde

No deal means no service agreements post brexit. That means no trade full stop.

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stephen isom
stephen isom

NO IT DOSES NOT,,,,,,BULL SHI/...

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fr ze
fr ze

ian forde - as in 'no trade for the EU to the UK' well we all have the EU to blame for that - dont we.

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Snaige gerute123
Snaige gerute123

no it is not the bureaucrats in Brussels - it is your Brexit central - with the farages,the moggs and other scums in the front - unless the EU mercies the UK. I like your nick - cock - exactly

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Paul Cockram
Paul Cockram

Do you really believe that or are you just repeating some farcical scaremongerers nonsense? Do you really think the bureaucrats of Brussels will do that? In a way I suppose it will be a good thing, the EU will die oh so much quicker. Tell me do you believe planes will stop flying as well?

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Snaige gerute123
Snaige gerute123

simon - I did not really feel like reading the article to the end - let alone working according to it :)

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billiepipersteeth
billiepipersteeth

Buying a house is a legal nightmare. Most people get through it without shitting in their pretty pink panties.

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David of Yorkshire
David of Yorkshire

No! BREXIT is a political construct with the sole purpose to create a nightmare. Leaving is simple, article 50 started a legal process that is clearly documented. Two years from activation - ALL TREATIES END. It's written in black-and-white in the Lisbon Treaty. UK law already recognises the referendum, and has prepared the legislative framework for our leaving. The repeal if the European Communities Act 1972 is all that's needed. And it's done. All the obfustication is a consequence of a government seeking reasons to stop leaving. Once we are out, you'll notice that things start to sort themselves out alit quicker and with much more good will on both sides. Whilst the politicians are running things nothing is going to be resolved without a complete sell-out to the EU and a betrayal of the majority, and therefore a democratic decision.

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Chadwick Hall
Chadwick Hall

David of Yorkshire ......please stop the world and let me off, I’m sick and tired of armchair politicians fucking up my life!

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Dick Fageroni
Dick Fageroni

"things start to sort themselves out" how the fuck exactly is that supposed to work, you imbecile?

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billiepipersteeth
billiepipersteeth

Campbell Cutler : I refer your ignorant ill-educated arse to the EU Notification to Withdraw Act 2017 : https://services.parliament.uk/bills/2016-17/europeanunionnotificationofwithdrawal.html And also the EU Withdrawl Act 2018 : https://services.parliament.uk/bills/2017-19/europeanunionwithdrawal.html Both of which have long since recieved Royal Assent, and as such are now law.

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Anthony Thomas
Anthony Thomas

"BREXIT is a political construct with the sole purpose to create a nightmare." I agree with that. The nightmare is the loss of worker's rights, the loss of the NHS and the worsening of our living conditions so that the vast majority of people get pushed into a virtual serfdom at the whims and mercy of an emboldened ruling elite.

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Richard Moloney
Richard Moloney

Yep, and the EU has been saying exactly the same thing since then till now, and the UK government just doesn't get it. Nor will it. I had really hoped that cooler heads would prevail in the UK, but they're all so busy fighting each other that they can't understand what the EU has been telling them...consistently....since the referendum. British politicians are total fucking idiots. Theresa May is in a no win situation, I have no clue why she bothers to want to continue as PM. Whoever will come after her will have to be certifiably mad. The UK is bollixed. But wait, it has nukes, and two new aircraft carriers. Who will it invade next? There is no need for any of this, the problem is power hungry politicians, more interested in their own careers than in the people they represent. British people are nice people, just like any other people all over the world, but who can blame them for wanting out of the EU when all they've had for the last ten years is austerity, caused by too much money spent on wars , invasions, bombing campaigns, as well as saving the banks. Blaming the EU for all your ills is stupid, you did it to yourselves. Imperial days are over, capitalism needs reining in or it will destroy you. Stop trying to be a world power, it's over. A UK with soup kitchens, a collapsing health service, a housing crisis.....all caused by domestic policies, not the EU. Get real.

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Patricia Shaw
Patricia Shaw

Wales can't wait to leave now want to put Britain first NO DEAL better than bad deal thank goodness for positive Brexitiers.

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stephen isom
stephen isom

were leaving as adults to make our own way in the world the cry babies and mr incomprehensible or muck stirrer,,,,,,,.. want to stay hand cuffed to the e,,u,, as a comfort blanket the no all,s no nothings ,,babies ,,

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frenchie jones
frenchie jones

Patricia Shaw ...stupid woman. ....I will break from a the norm ,to inform you that Wales cannot wait to leave the uk. Most Welsh think the English are thick , and Brexit is shite.

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Didier Lemoine
Didier Lemoine

Is Brexit the end of UK ?

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stephen isom
stephen isom

dont talk SHITE ,,the UK is the one country in the e,,u ,,that never loses you not figured that out yet,....10 66 ..was the last time ,,we beat these arse holes at every thing ,,

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Helen ooft
Helen ooft

there is no United Kingdom any longer, the people are divided, and some are arogant, so from now on its England the island.

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Arkadiusz Makarenko
Arkadiusz Makarenko

Looking at Scotland and recent polls about unification in Northern Ireland might. This depends how big impact Brexit will have on common people short to mid term. If economy will start shrinking in Scotland then I can see independent movement getting stronger, the same in NI. On top of this we are getting first signs that natural recession might be just behind corner. If this will happen more or less the same time like initial Brexit hit (first 4 years?), then in my opinion union might be at huge risk.

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Kevin Feeney
Kevin Feeney

Pangloss , yes Dunkirk was a defeat , but as you well know the British came back stronger and kicked European ass !!! Be careful what you wish for !!!!!

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PanglossDr
PanglossDr

Colin, it is impossible to make a success of a disaster. It will be a bit like Dunkirk: one of the greatest military defeats in history but it is seen in Britain as a success. They to me is the essence of being British, not having a fucking clue but believing propaganda.

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

complete and utter hogwash from james and caller... both thick, gullable brainwashed sugar coated maggots

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Czar Zenana
Czar Zenana

wolfie smith Who's panicking? I think less than 1 in 10 people in my country has even heard about March 29th. Our media are not as daft to publish rumors, gossip or speculation on a subject like this. The only ones panicking are the people in the UK. And you should.

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organisten
organisten

Even in the clear light of your impending disaster, your belief in unicorns remains unflinching. Well, Mister, just know this. You might *think that you are just going to form your own legal frameworks (and the rest of us outside your country are going to say "hey, let's disguard international rules and law, and jump on board")... but when you have driven your country to disaster, and when the unicorns haven't been delivered, you won't be making such bold pronouncements. At least not outside an anonymous profile. Because when the scales fall from the eyes of your deceived public, you people that do will be seen as criminals. In a few years time, you won't find any Brexiters. Nobody will admit to having been one.

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

sovereign independence AND SELF DETERMINATION for UK has priority over convenience.. we are leaving because we are shrewd smart and forward thinking....the UK has got the melting EU panicking

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Czar Zenana
Czar Zenana

wolfie smith I bet you the UK will start by copying the legal framework from the EU. Like the UK has done with the WTO schedules and is trying to replicate (free) trade agreements they already have now. The UK legal framework is not going to have a lot of effect on trucks leaving the UK. That's the beauty of sovereignty: it's only valid within your country.

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wolfie smith
wolfie smith

the current legal framework is why we are leaving...its restricting our global trade...it is you who is delusional you retarded muppet.....

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Keadin Mode
Keadin Mode

I think what really lost the vote was voter apathy. People either not caring or people thinking Leave would never win. The Leave vote only represents about 37% of the electorate, so it could easily, *easily* have swung the other way. If there is anything to take away from Brexit it's that your vote matters, and you should always vote if you can help it.

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June Ritchie
June Ritchie

John Smith what a horrible uneducated ignorant pathetic excuse for a human being you are - if you don't like you UK, leave, it's that simple.

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June Ritchie
June Ritchie

Keadin Mode the vote wasn't lost - we won

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Largesse1000
Largesse1000

Keadin Mode but it fucking didn't did it? Dream on Remainer

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Allard Freichmann
Allard Freichmann

What about the Brits outside the UK or the EU citizens in GB? Could they vote?

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Simon John
Simon John

Keaden Mode, The referendum vote was the highest turn out since 1992 general Election. If the campaigns had been fairer, Leave would have won by a country mile. Yes my vote matters so we don't need another "people's" vote before Brexit has been implemented for at least 41 years.

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Mr Hine
Mr Hine

Not all pro-Brexit voters are small-minded xenophobic bigots, but all small-minded xenophobic bigots are pro-Brexit. Probably 95% of people who voted for Brexit are NOT small-minded xenophobic bigots, the trouble is that the 5% who are tipped the vote. And here we are.

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Sean G
Sean G

A vote matters. A voter's motives don't matter.

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Campbell Cutler
Campbell Cutler

+Largesse1000 lol yeah, typical Brexiter always blaming someone else for things going wrong in your life. Blame the EU for your shit life. Blame everyone else for Brexit being a fucking disaster. What were you expecting dumbass? You Brexiter's shit the bed and now you are getting pissed off because no one has come along and polished your turd. You fucked the country you fucking idiot. But hey you blame everyone else instead of taking responsibility for your own vote you weak sack of crap. What did you think the EU would just give you all the cherries​. Seriously you are a fucking moron.

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Campbell Cutler
Campbell Cutler

+steve french British Government "Hey, Mr Juncker will you help us come up with a plan to leave the EU? And then when we have the plan we will activate article 50" Mr Juncker "😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂, fuck off" Brtish Government "That's fine we will make a plan for a hard Brexit which we don't need you for and make's life as painful as possible for the EU and when we are ready and have all our ducks in a row we will implement that. Rather than putting a time frame on this with no plan and hoping things work our which would be just fucking stupid. I mean only morons would do that." AND THEN DIP SHIT YOU THE EU EITHER GETS ON BOARD OR THERE IS A HARD BREXIT THAT THE UK IS PREPARED FOR. Fuck you are dumb. "That's a fucking moronic statement mate." No, it's not you are just really stupid and don't understand how planning works or the difference between a plan and an agreement. Having a plan does not require the assistance of the EU. You are a fucking idiot. Oh and just so we are clear we are not mates. "Article 50 is designed in such a way that makes it very difficult to leave the EU, there's no planning for it you just have to do it and make it work." No, it isn't and no you don't. Have you actually read Article 50? Cause your stupid statement seems to indicate you have not. Again try learning the difference between a plan and an agreement you fucking idiot.

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Campbell Cutler
Campbell Cutler

+Billie Piper's Teeth "Explain to me what is xenophobic about opposing an immigration system that gives preference to unskilled or even criminal white Europeans over Indian or Chinese Ph.Ds?" It's Xenophobic or stupid, take your pick. You are showing a dislike of people from other cultures i.e. Europeans and hiding behind the supposed injustice of "PhD's" from other countries not being able to get access. The issue with your logic is the vote for Brexit will do absolutely nothing to improve access for Indians or Chinese with PhD's because they (theoretically) come in on skilled migrant visa's which by definition, to use your own words, "unskilled" migrants have no effect on. So your vote will do nothing to improve the position of these other PhD workers and only hurts Europeans (unless you want these PhD's coming over doing unskilled jobs which I assume you would not because that would be fucking stupid). if you want to hurt them as a collective you must dislike them as a collective and that is Xenophobia so you are Xenophobic. Either that or you just have no fucking clue about how immigration works. You tell me, which is it? Your logic is the equivalent of its unjust that some children are starving. Therefore to make things just all children should starve. "" You really think people voted for Brexit because they thought it was unfair to Indian and Chinese PhD's " Yes. I certainly did. Or more generally, to be able to implement a meritocratic immigration policies." Yes, me using people was the wrong choice of word. Let me rephrase. What proportion of people do you think voted for Brexit because they wanted "meritocratic immigration policies" (which let's be honest you will probably not get anyway) and what proportion voted for Brexit because they are Xenophobic? I actually agree that immigration is an issue. But Brexit was the equivalent of having a twisted ankle and thinking the solution was to cut the whole foot off. The benefits will be outweighed by the costs. I mean you get that there is a whole shit load of stuff the EU allows any country to do about immigrants like deporting them if they are economically unproductive for 3 months ( European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/38/EC) which the UK simply chooses not to do? This is nothing to do with the EU and 100% to do with domestic policies. The Freedom of movement act allows old countries to put a 7-year moratorium on immigration from new countries. In 2004 the UK (one of only 3 countries not to) chose not to implement this moratorium on the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia when they joined. Or did you know Non-Eu migrant workers actually outnumber EU migrant workers? So people from outside the EU still seem to be able to get in. The problem is not the EU the problem is the UK.

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kope ducati
kope ducati

VAT : if you export 100K a month or 1,2M turnover a year on which you have 2% net profit ( 24K ) , you will be required to deposit 20% of VAT on 2 months of turnover with is 40K in the country you export to. it means that for the first 20 months you will see your total profit deposited into the VAT system for ever and ever.... so basically, you just lost 20 months of profit... now mostly , profit comes at the back of the exercise and the deposit will be required immediately ... so who will fund the VAT-gap ? this is about Billions and billions of extra cash requirements which is just "cost".. it is unusable cash... this will affect UK companies selling abroad Burt also EU companies selling to UK... this extra cost of capital will become a part of pricing. When many smaller companies pull out because of not wanting to cope, there will be a supply shock and the remaining big ones will dominate the market and impose pricing which will come on top of import tariffs and a lower currency ...

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