The Brexit Thread

Arantor

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They can come to America, everyone gets in, no questions asked. No ID... no problem, not vaccinated (any) ...no problem, no money...no problem, need medical attention....no problem.... no borders right now. Yes, I'm not happy about what's happening at our border, because it is a serious problem.
Are they still separating kids from their families and putting them in cages?
 

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Crims, check out this video from A Different Bias.

He does two videos a day like this and it's well worth subscribing.
This seems quite specialised: the company sells non bulk amounts of a food product with the currently flawed system of arbitrary tax. If it was about selling the UK centered company to an EU source, that's more of a long term thing that's debatable. Selling a Cheshire based company which makes cheese to a foreign market has it's pros and cons in both the short and long.

EDIT: in basic english, the government is crap at their job. I guess I always assumed this from our government.
 
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Are they still separating kids from their families and putting them in cages?
I don't think so, but I can't be sure. The border is a real mess, very unsafe for those migrating and for people that have homes near the border. Very dire consequences for those trying to get in across the heat of the desert and the danger with the Coyotes and gangs. The Texas governor has declared Texas in a state of invasion as of a few weeks ago. The separation of families and cages actually started in the Obama years, also going on in Trump years, and he got hit with that and was forced to do something about it, which was the "stay in Mexico" policy, which Biden reversed and now all are welcome. Neither Biden or Harris have seen the harsh condition for people at the border. Harris went to El Paso, but that doesn't count. We have Alejandro Mayorkas in complete denial of the conditions at the border because of politics. It's the southern border near McAllen and all of those other southern cities that are overwhelmed with people living in the streets, severe crime, rape and murders etc. It's very sad, and crime is not just limited to humans it's also to animals.
 

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America has the same problem. Lots of doctors have retired especially since the Pandemic started. New doctor's aren't as inspired to work under the newer guidelines from the AMA (American Medical Assoc.).
 

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America has the same problem. Lots of doctors have retired especially since the Pandemic started. New doctor's aren't as inspired to work under the newer guidelines from the AMA (American Medical Assoc.).
I typically don't like to interrupt though this is a thread about the UK and how Brexit affects healthcare, the cost of living crisis etc. Healthcare wise we have few things in common but generally not a lot of overlap, we usually focus on infrastructure and funding healthcare. At least when not with a corrupt government.

 
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Why has this supposed remainer gone all pro brexit nowadays? I can't believe it's just to ensure he gets the most votes to beat the tories. No, I think this is his ideology. Remember, he was the shadow brexit secretary before becoming leader and never trusted him because of that.

 
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