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Re: Brexit and the UK food industry.
May 24, 2017, 18:00
thesweetcheat wrote:
So you didn't even bother to read the article that this thread is about, but felt the need to comment anyway.

Your post has nothing to do with the thread, which if you'd read the article is about our food industry's reliance on EU workers.

To answer your off-topic post, the fact is whoever gets in is going to be in a world of shit caused by the Brexit black hole. Labour have produced a costed manifesto detailing how they would make the best of a bad situation and try to improve things for the worst off. The Conservatives have produced an uncosted manifesto which contains policies that will most negatively affect the poorest, the disabled and the elderly (oh and foxes).

I don't need to write a manifesto, I'm not running for election. But like all of us I have to make a choice at the ballot box. My choice is to try to remove a government that in my opinion has brought immeasurable suffering to many while syphoning off our taxes into the hands of the richest.

Good luck with that.

Over half the nation voted to leave Europe - something you and the other bloke did not accept. You didn't even have the grace to congratulate the winners (your fellow countryman) to your shame. Sour grapes with toys flying everywhere and still doing so like spoilt brats.

We have now reached the stage, like it or not, where we all have to decide who is the best leader to see us through this historic moment in our history. As far as I can tell there are only two options - Corbyn or May.
In my world Corbyn has absolutely no chance of succeeding. A very nice guy by all accounts but not the person to be trusted to get the best deal for us. Half his own party want him out so that says it all surely.

The Brexiteers will flood to vote for Mrs May, not all because they are conservatives, but because they know she has her hand on the trigger. I will, for the first time in my 70 years, vote for the conservatives on this issue ALONE to see my wishes come true. For you it will be seen as a nightmare and I understand that, but on this one occasion, Brexit has to come first.

I've said this before but you don't listen - the Brexit negotiations are 100% top of the list at this very moment in time, the rest on hold. I'm sure that once this vote is over other vitally important issues will begin to be dealt with. Patience is a virtue.

Naturally I will expect you and others to disagree on every count, but I'm afraid that is what is going to happen unless something extraordinary happens in the meantime!
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