What will you do to celebrate Brexit day on 31.01.2020…?

Home Forums Wrexham.com Forums Wrexham Forum What will you do to celebrate Brexit day on 31.01.2020…?

  • Author
    Posts
  • #180220
    dagg
    dagg
    Participant

    I am going to “ celebrate “ the fact that next week the NHS is going to cop an extra £350m.
    I bet they are planning already- maybe a couple of extra GPS for Gresford surgery !?

    Don’t hold your breath, their won’t be any extra GPs for a couple of years, they don’t grow on trees.

    #180223

    TimRegency
    Participant

    The issue is that the required number of GPs is not being kept up by this we-don’t-give-a-shit hard-right Tory government; not that the brexit and Tory-voting thick—heads would get that simple point.

    #180353
    Councillor X
    Councillor X
    Participant

    I will be in Wetherspoons wearing my union jack underpants with Matt but he ain’t responded to my invites yet!

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

    #180365

    Anonymous
    Inactive

    An acquaintance of mine, who is pro leaving the EU, has been spouting on, since the referendum, that he has a fine bottle of chablis that he will open when we officially leave the EU.
    The irony seems to elude him.

    #180366

    IMHO
    Participant

    An acquaintance of mine, who is pro leaving the EU, has been spouting on, since the referendum, that he has a fine bottle of chablis that he will open when we officially leave the EU.
    The irony seems to elude him.

    You find it ironic that he wants to celebrate by drinking a French wine, why? Just because we are leaving the EU doesn’t mean we will not/can not buy and use goods made in EU countries. You are trying to be a tad too clever and, it doesn’t work. Me, i’ll be having a dram or two of one of Scotland’s finest single malts. Perhaps you’ll find that ironic too. Cheers.

    #180367

    TimRegency
    Participant

    Just because we are leaving the EU doesn’t mean we will not/can not buy and use goods made in EU countries.

    That’s exactly what you voted for. We bought and sold goods and services as members of the EU trading bloc. We don’t have an alternative arrangement yet. The great deal that we did have (that you voted to toss away) involved free movement of goods and services, just-in-time frictionless trade and no internal tariffs. I gather France wants 25 years access to British fishing waters even before negotiations have begun, ho ho!

    But I’d be delighted if you can demonstrate that I’m wrong. Tell the forum about what superb alternative is available and how it beats the great deal that we had as members of the EU.

    #180383

    zinger
    Participant

    I understand that the EU export 16% of it’s market to the UK. Are they really going to turn that away?

    I may or may not raise a glass of Penderyn Welsh whisky to old friends & new.

    #180391

    IMHO
    Participant

    Just because we are leaving the EU doesn’t mean we will not/can not buy and use goods made in EU countries.

    That’s exactly what you voted for. We bought and sold goods and services as members of the EU trading bloc. We don’t have an alternative arrangement yet. The great deal that we did have (that you voted to toss away) involved free movement of goods and services, just-in-time frictionless trade and no internal tariffs. I gather France wants 25 years access to British fishing waters even before negotiations have begun, ho ho!

    But I’d be delighted if you can demonstrate that I’m wrong. Tell the forum about what superb alternative is available and how it beats the great deal that we had as members of the EU.

    I really can’t be bothered to answer that as it’s just more remainer doom and gloom twaddle that’s been done to death, and more. We leave tomorrow and that’s it. Just as i (and millions of others) did in 1975 after being on the losing side in that referendum you need to get over it and get on board or, it’ll drive you mad.

    #180392

    IMHO
    Participant

    I understand that the EU export 16% of it’s market to the UK. Are they really going to turn that away?

    I may or may not raise a glass of Penderyn Welsh whisky to old friends & new.

    No, they are not as it would mean a jump in unemployment in Germany for one and Germany at the moment can not afford to risk that as it is already in bother.

    #180396

    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I find it ironic that you need to try and justify how a person who wants nothing at all to do with Europe, he wont accept that the UK is part of Europe, will celebrate.

Content is user generated and is not moderated before posting. All content is viewed and used by you at your own risk and Wrexham.com does not warrant the accuracy or reliability of any of the information displayed. The views expressed on these Forums and social media are those of the individual contributors.
Complaint? Please use the report post tools or contact Wrexham.com .

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

More...

All non-essential retail can open, cross border travel to resume and children return to school from today

News

Plans submitted to build six new apartments in Johnstown

News

Nightingale Hospice nurses step up to the mark day and night

News

Series of free courses to launch in Wrexham as part of new Traditional Building Skills programme

News

Retiring Macmillan nurse leaves lasting legacy for patients nearing the end of life in north Wales

News

Reminder letters sent out and field staff set to visit those yet to complete their Census

News
X