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Olli Rehn Feb 15
To minimize , Britain could use the Sir Alex Moment: spend the injury time creatively, score goals at 93rd & 95th mins, end up in customs union. And one day return to , during the next generation. ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦
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European Movement UK 6 Mar 18
Airbus has warned it would have to consider its position in the UK without imminent clarity over customs rules
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Clare Moody 16 Jan 18
Responding to q from yesterday, government Defence Minister confirms that there will be “significant impact” on UK + industries by leaving European Defence Fund + Agency: so why are we doing it? More unnecessary
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Deidre Brock Feb 19
Replying to @DeidreBrock
We'd also lose a lot of the drivers who deliver the fertiliser and so on to the farms, take the animals to slaughter or the crops for processing and then move the food around so it gets to shops. We'd also lose fruit pickers and other farm workers.
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Deidre Brock Feb 19
Replying to @DeidreBrock
Just like we'll lose processing workers for the fishing industry. Take away the access to the world's biggest single market as well, or have those huge tariffs imposed, and Scotland's food and drink sector faces some pretty big challenges
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Deidre Brock Feb 19
Replying to @DeidreBrock
Then you get into the thing about EU citizens - get rid of freedom of movement and you lose an awful lot of the workforce, including the vets we need at slaughterhouses and the extra vets we'd need at ports.
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Romesh Vaitilingam 30 May 18
UK firms have cut back on training programmes for their workers in anticipation of reduced trade ties with the EU, on protectionism & de-skilling ,
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Lindsay Northover 20 Nov 17
So sad that European Agency will leave UK for Amsterdam, with its 900 jobs. We fought so hard to have that here..
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J Opacka Dec 1
EU academics quit their jobs at UK universities. "Brexit is contributing to a serious brain drain in UK universities, say the Liberal Democrats, after it emerged that almost 11,000 EU academics had left since the 2016 referendum."
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Christine Elmer 🇪🇺🔶 27 Dec 17
When an excellent Tory & ex MP Esher & Walton Ian Taylor says this, what’s going on if people can’t speak truth to power
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Roland Rudd 21 Nov 17
Britain fails to get its candidate onto UN International Court Of Justice. Serious diplomatic blow. 1st time no UK judge on ICJ since set up in 1946.
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Anthony Davis Mar 30
Who allowed this ? There’s a difference between Free Speech and Hate Speech. Or at least there used to be.
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Daniele Bianchi 17 Nov 17
‘Putting above prosperity’ – wait, isn’t that what the are doing? | Christian Odendahl
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Young in Cheshire Oct 23
One part of existing damage due to Brexit is the drop in the pound since 2016 reducing the value of exports. Exports to the EU were worth £145 billion in 2016, or 7.4% of GDP, and pound has dropped 12%, which is a loss of £15 billion to the UK economy.
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Brefugees 22 Jan 19
Whilst people are distracted with details of Parliamentary procedures, statements and intentions we're not broadcasting . P&O, Philips and Dyson left the UK today. They're not coming back. Those are lost jobs. That's the Remain narrative, right there, being ignored!
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Romesh Vaitilingam 3 May 18
Even before Brexit occurs, the evidence on inflation, wages & output shows that Britain is already paying an economic price for voting to leave the EU, Thomas Sampson on ,
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CityLiveryConsulting #FBPE 11 Nov 17
And the reason for that is ... has NOT come out against ! They are not an opposition party. They are enabling a govt to push through a Labour & own 50% of any !
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Nauro Campos 11 Nov 17
The neo-Bolsheviks First they came for the mansions Then they came for the banks Then they came for the football clubs Then they came for the newspapers Then they came for the referendum Then they came for your soul But there was none left
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BremainInSpain #FBPE #CitizensRights Dec 20
Jeremy Corbyn warns Boris Johnson's Brexit means maggots and rat hairs in food
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🍾🥂Vin Rouge🍷 27 Dec 17
Ironically always used “taking back control” as one of the selling points of ... Looks like even that is slipping away from them But watch em argue price rises are economically good or something cos blue passports and sovereignty
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