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Old 14th November 2017, 18:24   #7451 (permalink)
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Honda UK telling MPs it imports 2 million components a day from Europe on 350 trucks and holds 1 hours worth of stock. It would take 18 months to put customs admin in place but every 15 minutes of delay would cost £850,000 a hour. That's not including WTO tariffs of 10% and 4.5%.
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So it would appear that the Brexiteers who whinge about others not respecting democracy don't respect democracy themselves.

https://uk.yahoo.com/news/tory-mp-sa...140514228.html

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So it would appear that the Brexiteers who whinge about others not respecting democracy don't respect democracy themselves.

https://uk.yahoo.com/news/tory-mp-sa...140514228.html

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'Martin, can you point me to an article which states that these 'comments' were made by 'Brexit supporters'?, & not by others with an interest in 'keeping Tory MP's' in line?...............
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The results from the Broxtowe area are detailed below.

Results Total
The total number of ballot papers counted was
65468

The total number of votes cast in favour of REMAIN was 29672

The total number of votes cast in favour of LEAVE was 35754

https://www.broxtowe.gov.uk/for-you/...-23-june-2016/

Who is the MP for this area
Broxtowe is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2010 by Anna Soubry of the Conservative Party.
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As we know the referendum was specifically non binding , it was advisory only , regardless of that said by various individuals who subsuquently have cut and run , the legal bill was specific and this has been upheld at every turn by every level of judiciary in the country .

As an aside i do believe that if it had been stated that the ref was to be absolute and binding , then some may have voted differently , rather than the kicking the Cosnervative Government , as so many referred to . You may think differently . As is your right .

Anna Soubry will face her electorate , not yourself .

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Government defeats first Brexit Bill amendment.

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknew...cid=spartandhp
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Fighting corruption or Playing Politics, British Judge blows the whistle. Will they tear his reputation to shreds to protect 'their greater cause'.......... Brave man!

"Mr Simmons also attacked EULEX itself, saying it was "not a mission to promote the rule of law. It is a political mission. Anyone who thinks otherwise is either naive or stupid."

"EULEX wanted to bring down part of the Kosovar political class," he said."

https://www.independent.ie/world-new...-36327294.html

Even a Fool should know the basic rules: Step one: "If You Fail to Plan - You Plan to Fail".

"Labour would not put any money aside to prepare the UK for a 'no deal' Brexit, John McDonnell has revealed in an admission condemned by Eurosceptic Tory MPs as “totally irresponsible”.

The shadow chancellor said his party would not “waste resources” preparing for the possibility of Britain leaving the European Union without having secured a divorce settlement such is Labour’s confidence that it could secure a “good deal” with the bloc."

'Totally irresponsible' John McDonnell reveals Labour would not put money aside to prepare UK for 'no deal' Brexit

Oh Dear!....... Sued for Libel...........

"During the campaign, his Conservative opponent Terry Dicks sued for libel over critical material in McDonnell's campaign leaflets; McDonnell settled and paid Dicks £15,000 plus legal costs, which amounted to £55,000"

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A lot less than the £100,000 the Liar Farage was forced to pay .

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A lot less than the £100,000 the Liar Farage was forced to pay .

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Can you provide a link where Nigel Farage is being forced to pay £100,000 or could it be someone else is telling Porkie Pies

He denied it was a "victory" for the group, saying: "Despite them demanding up to £100,000 in damages I have not paid them a penny; they demanded an apology which I have not given and they demanded an undertaking to the court which they did not get."

Nigel Farage withdraws claim against Hope Not Hate - BBC News

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