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Happy Brexit
#21
Very amusing watching the Brexit-voting fishermen's industry fall to pieces. EXACTLY as they were told it would, by 'Project Fear'
LOL
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#22
I'm willing to be wrong about this, but something tells me that British people won't notice much in general in terms of Brexit effects on their daily lives until the pound is crashed and prices go up for their domestic goods and services. Invariably, I would also say that this will be followed by an influx of foreign trade in various ways, like those from America, since it will make it advantageous again for Americans to shop in UK businesses, especially online, because it will be like a discount for us as it is now for the UK to get a "discount" when shopping in US stores online.
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#23
Isn’t it just obvious that the changes to everyone’s lives and national economies due to the pandemic are masking most consequences? It’s not as if travel, the movement of people, goods and services... or anything else one could mention is ‘normal’ or ‘as expected’.
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#24
True
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#25
That's true. It's not something I think about a lot as it doesn't occur to me until someone points it out.
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#26
I see the perpetual tinderbox that is Northern Ireland has started sparking. Also can’t help but love the brexit voting expats get deported from Spain.
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#27
(08-04-2021, 12:34 PM)Barry Wrote: Also can’t help but love the brexit voting expats get deported from Spain.


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Quote:“Yes I voted out, but I didn’t realise it would come to this, my application has been rejected and we are on our way home – the wife is in tears, she’s distraught and if I’m honest and I’m not too happy at the prospect of returning back to the UK

Quote:Sue Wilson, chair of Bremain in Spain, told the Local that she has been advising thousands of Brits of the 31 March deadline and reiterated advice given by the British Embassy.

Wilson stressed, however, that many British nationals living in Spain are simply in denial.

“They are burying their heads in the sand and assuming we’ll be treated differently from other third country nationals, simply because we are British.”
LOL I'm not laughing at these people but at the idea of "I can't be deported, I'm British"
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#28
There was a news report from the Costa Del Brit just before the Brexit vote and they all thought like that. "They won't send us home... we're BRITISH!" and the old "they need us more than we need them"

Pure gold.
Should make them all row their way home. In dinghies.
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#29
Can't believe none of you have mentioned the basil! i haven't had any basil delivered in my online deliveries since December. This is not the Brexit we were promised, I am incandescent with rage!
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#30
and Aldi have replaced their Lemon muffins with Blueberry ones.

I HATE YOU FARAGE !!!!!!!!!
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#31
I quite like blueberry muffins  Confused

There’s a fairly detailed analysis on Bloomberg (HERE) which basically says that some of the problems have been masked by the pandemic and won’t start to become apparent until later on. An obvious example of this will be the queues of Brits at EU passport control when people start to travel again - bound to be people in the media going “this isn’t what I voted for” LOL
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#32
I've never actually heard of making a lemon muffin before.
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#33
Dont know if you're British but quite common in supermarkets here.
The Aldi ones were exceptionally good. Had Lemon Curd in the middle.
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#34
I liked having a Sicilian lemon muffin and a cappuccino before lockdown.
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#35
We have lemon poppyseed muffins here. Lickable
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#36
I make them from scratch at work.
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#37
(10-04-2021, 01:10 PM)Heinrich Wrote: I make them from scratch at work.

With all of your culinary skills you sound like husband material.
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#38
Phil's a bit old for me. Big Grin
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#39
I need a carer
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#40
$30/hr, full benefits (including dental!), and a Cadillac CT6.
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