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Old 13th February 2018, 06:20   #8741 (permalink)
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Excellent link Ted but it is not from the Guardian so many on this forum will not believe it.
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Old 13th February 2018, 12:14   #8742 (permalink)
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Maybe, a lot of people are fed up with this sh1t
https://www.express.co.uk/comment/ex...XPRESS-COMMENT
But why was he here in the first place? Why are we allowing convicted killers to enter this country? It is absolute madness and a direct dereliction of duty to the people of the UK.

The first and most important duty of any government is to protect its citizens: from external attack and internal threat.

Men like this should never be allowed into the country again.


Absolutely agree with the above , the UK can prevent any entrant to the UK they so wish , criminals fit the parametrs , so why was he let in .

I do not know when he arrived ,but being outside Schengen we had the right to check him , check his criminal past and refuse him .

As the Express says why was he let in , no dictate from the EU , British govenment laxity .

the express does not blame the EU and it's dictates it clearly blames the government .

So what dictates , the question still stands , unanswered ?



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Old 13th February 2018, 14:13   #8743 (permalink)
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I think my link was different or has the first part been deliberately missed? Could be a send up of course.
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Old 13th February 2018, 15:57   #8744 (permalink)
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But why was he here in the first place? Why are we allowing convicted killers to enter this country? It is absolute madness and a direct dereliction of duty to the people of the UK.

The first and most important duty of any government is to protect its citizens: from external attack and internal threat.

Men like this should never be allowed into the country again.


Absolutely agree with the above , the UK can prevent any entrant to the UK they so wish , criminals fit the parametrs , so why was he let in .

I do not know when he arrived ,but being outside Schengen we had the right to check him , check his criminal past and refuse him .


As the Express says why was he let in , no dictate from the EU , British govenment laxity .

the express does not blame the EU and it's dictates it clearly blames the government .

So what dictates , the question still stands , unanswered ?



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How would they even know he was a criminal in the first place, criminal record checks? Would that then be applied to ALL EU citizens?
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Old 13th February 2018, 17:02   #8745 (permalink)
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We know Mr Tusk but your answer suggestion that countries must take them does nothing to solve the problem.

https://www.politico.eu/article/dona...-term-problem/
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Cost of tickets & who is headlining please?

https://www.politico.eu/article/brit...er-of-eu-love/
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Doesn't matter. They are only interested in the publicity.
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The great ‘Made in Britain’ delusion

“The U.K.’s ambition to chart its own course as a trade champion outside the EU is facing a brutal reality check: Not enough of its exports are actually “Made in Britain.”

After Brexit, Britain’s big hope has been that it can simply “roll over” the EU’s trade agreements with countries around the world like South Korea, Japan and Vietnam. That would mean that the text of the Brussels-Ottawa agreement, for example, would simply be copy and pasted as the new Britain-Canada deal.

There is a problem, however. These deals set tough requirements on where goods are produced to qualify for low tariffs. These “rules of origin” are meant to stop Vietnam, for example, simply re-exporting cheap Chinese goods into the EU. The rules lock in how much of the value of the product must be created locally, adding up all the components, raw materials and know-how.

Cars are a classic example of where Britain is in trouble. British vehicles contain only approximately 44 percent U.K. content, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders has said, while the average rules-of-origin level in EU trade deals is 55 percent for cars…


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