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Old 16th May 2018, 18:39   #9931 (permalink)
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Food for thought.
Its certainly not the UK who has known Far Right Parties sitting in our ParlIment.

Now Chips you must know that you are going to take a hammering on this one.[/quote]

I cant take it............

You look at some of these Parties now sitting in European Parliaments & in Brussels itself, along with the continuous flow of people moving towards them. No, as yet they have no actual full in your face power but Europe must be truly blind if it cant see what's coming.
Media was quick to shout about Le Pens defeat but didn't shout to tell us all how their votes increased. Germany, over 90 Far Right in their Parliament. The EU is now holding its breath over Italy, a potential Eurosceptic coalition coming to power who disagree with Russian sanctions.
UKs politics at the moment might be a bit fragile but look to Europe & see how theirs are doing.........There's some battle royals to come.
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Old 16th May 2018, 18:52   #9932 (permalink)
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But you do understand Chips by anyone's reckoning DUP are far right

Please don't have me list some of their policies beliefs and history!!!!!
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The reality of brexit is finally dawning...


From royal table to empty fields: asparagus farmer faces bust over Brexit

His asparagus may be served at the royal wedding, but Andy Allen warns his business will not survive without migrant workers



https://www.theguardian.com/politics...st-over-brexit

Who cares , let them eat cake .

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Old 16th May 2018, 20:08   #9934 (permalink)
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OR, maybe pay a decent wage to entice local people?
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Old 16th May 2018, 20:42   #9935 (permalink)
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OR, maybe pay a decent wage to entice local people?
Which means the price of his crop goes up, which means nobody buys it, which means he goes bust.
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OR, maybe pay a decent wage to entice local people?
Read the article , it is self explanatory .

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Which means the price of his crop goes up, which means nobody buys it, which means he goes bust.
Or accept a lower profit margin. Poor farmers ?
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Or accept a lower profit margin. Poor farmers ?
Profit I hear you say, wash your mouth out with salty water. 'I've never seen a farmer on a bike'.______ not yet anyhow, but wait until they lose their EU subsidies.
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Profit I hear you say, wash your mouth out with salty water. 'I've never seen a farmer on a bike'.______ not yet anyhow, but wait until they lose their EU subsidies.
A very large component of subsidies goes to rich landowners - not necessarily to the farmers. And the subsidies tend to advantage the large scale farmers rather than the small scale farmer.

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People should go & see how these low waged imported workers are living, if they did, then rest assured nobody would be buying bloody asparagus. Farmers use agencies, its a clever way of turning a blind eye to what's going on, one of those, "I had no idea".
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