August 4, 2020 at 7:55 am #192843
The honest Brexiters, in touch with the common man, were telling us that medical shortages from the end of EU regulations was project fear. So why are they stockpiling medicine for this?August 4, 2020 at 10:31 am #192852
So the great deal Johnson pulled off against all odds and was being heralded as great by his sycophants prior to the 2019 election is now deemed to be a load of rubbish. There is no depth to which these clowns will sink:
Whilst the UK wants to have a good trade relationship with the EU as a sovereign state, the EU has different ideas. They want our money and they want to stop us being a competitor. The Withdrawal Agreement (WA) we signed last year sadly helps them. (1/3)
— Iain Duncan Smith MP (@MPIainDS) August 3, 2020
They cannot expect sympathy now when they punished those who wanted to scrutinise the deal as thwarters of the will of the people. They decided to push this through without seemingly bothering to understand the consequences, so they should reap the consequences.
Unfortunately, it will be the public who will be harmed by this, so it’s time for this government to get their heads out their backsides and actually work for the good of the country, instead of playing political games to keep Tory voters on side. I have no hope of this happening, as they have continuously shirked responsibility and propagated ‘stab-in-the-back’ conspiracies to explain why they cannot bring a solution to Brexit which isn’t harmful. The outcomes of ‘project fear’ are becoming evident and all they can do is whine about Brussels, elites and sabotage, as if they have not had any degree of responsibility despite being in government.August 23, 2020 at 11:34 am #193788
The UK are kowtowing to every US demand seemingly. Strange, as we were told that this was project fear and ‘common sense’ was that all these countries would be signing up to trade deals with the UK on our terms, and not us being forced to compromise all the time because we have no leverage.
Exc: Sunak to ditch Digital Services Tax, one of the major impediments to a US-UK free trade deal pic.twitter.com/5t1ltqpDXK
— James Heale (@JAHeale) August 22, 2020August 23, 2020 at 11:49 am #193789
I have a general approach to the near constant blathering by IDS. Whatever he says, the opposite argument will be right 100% of the time.
I have total abhorrence for the man along with the hypocrite Lawson who thinks he has the right in his 80s, from his luxury French house, sitting in his piss stained trousers, giving his opinion on what’s best for the future of this country and our young people.August 23, 2020 at 11:53 am #193790August 23, 2020 at 4:28 pm #193804
I know it’s The Sun, but I’m sure this is all because of die hard remainers in Johnson’s government out to stop Brexit by any means or something, even though we’ve already left:August 23, 2020 at 5:03 pm #193808Deereyme66ParticipantOffline
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How does this make Sun readers who voted Leave feel I wonder?August 23, 2020 at 5:19 pm #193810
They are going to scrap the digital tax reforms as they are desperate to get some form of deal with the US. Will cost a minimum of 500m per year and allow Facebook, Google and Amazon to close more UK traders and not pay anywhere near the tax they should.
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