Brexiteers were right, Remoaners were wrong again!

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Aren't most EU countries experiencing economic growth, while the UK's is sinking fast?
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I think it is now safe to assume that we are having more and more high-profile 'Brexiteers' in politics and in industry wanting a return to the Single Market that is what will happen in the next five years or so, you can still have Brexit and Single Market access, Brexit isn't being betrayed, that was the Brexit Nigel Falange wanted in the first place. This whacky, hard-right Brexit that depended on a free trade deal from the US to replace the one with the EU was always destined for failure.
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Fray Bentos wrote: 25 Nov 2022, 14:07 I think it is now safe to assume that we are having more and more high-profile 'Brexiteers' in politics and in industry wanting a return to the Single Market that is what will happen in the next five years or so, you can still have Brexit and Single Market access, Brexit isn't being betrayed, that was the Brexit Nigel Falange wanted in the first place. This whacky, hard-right Brexit that depended on a free trade deal from the US to replace the one with the EU was always destined for failure.
The tory party knows that's its doomed if the economy is wrecked. We will rejoin the single market and I think it may well happen In the course of next Parliament
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jamesmcdonnell wrote: 25 Nov 2022, 18:20
Fray Bentos wrote: 25 Nov 2022, 14:07 I think it is now safe to assume that we are having more and more high-profile 'Brexiteers' in politics and in industry wanting a return to the Single Market that is what will happen in the next five years or so, you can still have Brexit and Single Market access, Brexit isn't being betrayed, that was the Brexit Nigel Falange wanted in the first place. This whacky, hard-right Brexit that depended on a free trade deal from the US to replace the one with the EU was always destined for failure.
The tory party knows that's its doomed if the economy is wrecked. We will rejoin the single market and I think it may well happen In the course of next Parliament
Think that was always going to be the direction after regardless

I agree the UK will always want to be part of the single market. Think for most high profile politicians/business.... that's all they wanted anyway.

If we manage to rejoin the Single Market then the UK has achieved 'Brexit' or any meaningful sense of what that term means.
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Brexit blow: exports to Japan slump after ‘landmark’ free trade deal

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/other/b ... ac5c664322
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What a surprise.

Oh look Brexiters.
We haven't got any benefits at all, you've just made our economy shrink.
Just like we said.
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Only benefits I've seen are thsy duty free cigarettes are a bit cheaper and you get lots of pretty stamps in your passport
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Fray Bentos wrote: 26 Nov 2022, 16:41 Brexit blow: exports to Japan slump after ‘landmark’ free trade deal

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/other/b ... ac5c664322
Why didn’t someone warn us this would happen?
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Oh look Brexiters - the NHS staff you voted to send home have gone and now we have doctor shortages....
"4.000 EU doctors have left, study shows.."

https://www.theguardian.com/society/202 ... doctors-eu


And YOU believed Johnson and Farage - that leaving would shorten queues at the doctors :doh:
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skanksta wrote: 27 Nov 2022, 14:07 Oh look Brexiters - the NHS staff you voted to send home have gone and now we have doctor shortages....
"4.000 EU doctors have left, study shows.."

https://www.theguardian.com/society/202 ... doctors-eu


And YOU believed Johnson and Farage - that leaving would shorten queues at the doctors :doh:
But how do you know that it's not because of Covid or Russia? And it's only been a few years since Brexit, so maybe just wait for another 20 years or so - we will have loads of our own doctors then.
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Careful Lenny, some won't realise that's sarcasm ! :doh:

Here's some more for your Brexiters...

"Now I'm not a minister I can say this - “Australia trade deal is not actually a very good deal for the UK” and “that the UK gave away far too much for far quickly"
said former Tory minister George Eustice...

https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/tra ... lian-deal/

You won your (imagined) non-existent, identity-politics culture war against the (imagined) remainer-elite, but actually made the country much poorer and weaker.

It's almost like you didn't know what your were voting for ! :doh:
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Lots of EU people have left Britain. That’s all Brexiters voted for, they’ll be happy. The economy never mattered to them, so it’s pointless reminding them that it’s been weakened.
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Everyone knew what they were voting for #443

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/p ... 32230.html
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Everyone knew what they were voting for #523

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/ ... n-28596602
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It's went all quiet on the resident imbecile front. :maybe:
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The Gratest wrote: 28 Nov 2022, 08:32 It's went all quiet on the resident imbecile front. :maybe:
I’m sure that they are preparing a meticulously researched fact-based response in order to counter any arguments against their infallible Brexit…
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chinarich wrote: 28 Nov 2022, 08:34
The Gratest wrote: 28 Nov 2022, 08:32 It's went all quiet on the resident imbecile front. :maybe:
I’m sure that they are preparing a meticulously researched fact-based response in order to counter any arguments against their infallible Brexit…
A Farage video clip then.
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The Gratest wrote: 28 Nov 2022, 08:36
chinarich wrote: 28 Nov 2022, 08:34
The Gratest wrote: 28 Nov 2022, 08:32 It's went all quiet on the resident imbecile front. :maybe:
I’m sure that they are preparing a meticulously researched fact-based response in order to counter any arguments against their infallible Brexit…
A Farage video clip then.
:lol:
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The thing is they DID know they were voting for this.
Almost everyone who fell for Brexit on here was bright enough to realise that if you make trade more difficult it would decline.
But still they won't admit they were had...?
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So much for those wallybrains that said the migrant crisis wasn't a big issue amongst voters. I told you it was :salut:
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IRONFIST wrote: 28 Nov 2022, 11:28 So much for those wallybrains that said the migrant crisis wasn't a big issue amongst voters. I told you it was :salut:
And thank God we are no longer in the EU so we can get a handle on it!
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It's like candyman...
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Every time I see the word ‘wallybrain’ I think of a man in his fifties who refers to his penis as his winky.
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Mr winky
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