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PostPosted: 21 Feb 2017, 21:52 
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Will it mean that we will be free from some of the silly EU dictats?



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 Post subject: Re: Brexit
PostPosted: 23 Feb 2017, 18:46 
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The CAP will no longer be common as far as this country is concerned.
What will happen to UK farmers?
I think it should be ditched - should have been ditched decades ago.



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 Post subject: Re: Brexit
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Ah, but will we be free of the cartels of bankers disguised as the predatory IMF? Or the dumping of cheap goods from larger low wage economies?

Globalism will still be the model for international competition and the **** of our industry and national assets.



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 Post subject: Re: Brexit
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EuropeanAction wrote:
Ah, but will we be free of the cartels of bankers disguised as the predatory IMF? Or the dumping of cheap goods from larger low wage economies?

We wouldn't have the cheap imports if nobody bought the products.



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 Post subject: Re: Brexit
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Ah, but will we be free of the cartels of bankers disguised as the predatory IMF? Or the dumping of cheap goods from larger low wage economies?

We wouldn't have the cheap imports if nobody bought the products.


You are talking like a ten year old. People will buy anything that is cheaper. It is human nature.

Why do you think almost everything we buy comes from China? Their products are also well made.

Larger low wage economies will always have the advantage on a global free market scale.

It is globalism that is the problem not the EU.



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And you are, yet again, not reading what I actually posted. I didn't in any way dispute the point that people will buy cheaper. That would be even below a ten year old's mentality. That you even thought that's what I meant doesn't say much for yours. You made the point about dumping.

Are Chinese products well made?
Products for sale in the EU must bear the CE mark. In my field, people would consider products so marked as safe.Unfortunately the there is a very similar CE mark that means China Export. There is no documented safety certification in many cases.

I'm not for a moment suggesting that all Chinese products are below mandatory safety standards. Some are and some haven't gone through the appropriate certification route.



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It was your statement, "We wouldn't have the cheap imports if nobody bought the products." that led to my response.

I read you perfectly.

We have cheap imports due entirely to economic globalism. It is as simple as that. As usual, you drone on with non sequitur.

Plus, folk always go for the cheapest.



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EuropeanAction wrote:
It was your statement, "We wouldn't have the cheap imports if nobody bought the products." that led to my response.

I read you perfectly.

We have cheap imports due entirely to economic globalism. It is as simple as that. As usual, you drone on with non sequitur.

Plus, folk always go for the cheapest.

Clearly you didn't read what I posted.
Might I gently suggesst that you stick to your art - which you are very good at.



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