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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby cyprusgrump » Tue Sep 10, 2019 4:14 pm

B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote: if you want to sell to eu, your produce has to meet eu regulations.


They have been making products to EU standards for years and there is no reason to change. Other 3rd countries manage it so why not the UK.

Just because they will no longer be members of the EU, doesn't mean their products will not conform.

Seems to me you just pluck any old shit from the air to insult the voters who have chosen to leave the EU. Ennen????


Respect B25! Respect dude. :)

It is true that even US, Aussie, Kiwi, Canadian and even China meets EU standards and have been trading with the EU for decades.

It’s just scare mongering mate.

One day, Cyprus will be treading this path. Which is why Britain is the puoneer and theEU is scared as all hell.

After Britain, others will follow.

is that why they did 62 studies of brexit consequences sector by sector and did not publish one. you two was born dumb and will die dumb too


Seems you like the sound of your own voice, even when you are talking shit about about things you know nothing about.

First off, you have no experience of UK manufacturing or standards.

And second, if they products didn't meet EU standards they could not be shipped there. What an absolute tosser you are YFuck.

Hell even 3rd country suppliers had to conform to the EU standards, never mind a member country. Plonker.

Now go back under that rock you came from and stop talking nonsense.


I think you've hit the nail square on the head there! :lol:
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Tue Sep 10, 2019 8:12 pm

enjoy

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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby cyprusgrump » Tue Sep 10, 2019 8:43 pm

Lordo wrote:enjoy




At some point you (or your carer) should accept that you have a serious mental health problem and seek professional psychiatric help... :wink:
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Sep 10, 2019 8:56 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:
Lordo wrote:enjoy




At some point you (or your carer) should accept that you have a serious mental health problem and seek professional psychiatric help... :wink:


...struck a chord?
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Tue Sep 10, 2019 9:04 pm

B25 wrote:
Seems you like the sound of your own voice, even when you are talking shit about about things you know nothing about.

First off, you have no experience of UK manufacturing or standards.

And second, if they products didn't meet EU standards they could not be shipped there. What an absolute tosser you are YFuck.

Hell even 3rd country suppliers had to conform to the EU standards, never mind a member country. Plonker.

Now go back under that rock you came from and stop talking nonsense.

so does grumpy accept to adhere to eu regulations and upgrade them as and when eu upgrade's theirs? hang on a mo is that not what rees mogg described as vassal state.

flippin heck the tory party is opposed to take any regulations from the eu, and here you are suggesting they turn uk into a vassal state. shame on both of you. where is the sense of british stiff upper lip and all that.

let the old man explain it to you how the whole point of leaving is not to adhere to eu regulations.

you are both up at each other's arses.



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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Pyrpolizer » Tue Sep 10, 2019 11:04 pm

B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote: if you want to sell to eu, your produce has to meet eu regulations.


They have been making products to EU standards for years and there is no reason to change. Other 3rd countries manage it so why not the UK.

Just because they will no longer be members of the EU, doesn't mean their products will not conform.

Seems to me you just pluck any old shit from the air to insult the voters who have chosen to leave the EU. Ennen????


The biggest problem will be the delays.

Let's take the matter of medicines
Even with T.May's agreement the UK will withdraw from all EU regulations on medicines.
This will have a huge short term (upto 1 year?) impact on both the UK (difficulties in exporting) and on the EU (shortages of medicines)
Some procedures on medicines must be performed exclusively in the EU, even if the medicine is manufactured in a 3rd country.
https://www.ema.europa.eu/en/about-us/u ... ion-brexit

There are delays already concerning organic products, food stuff, meat, dairy products etc from within the EU, as these products must also be checked before getting released for public consumption. Even more delays from 3rd countries. Will the British farmers be able to take it??
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Tue Sep 10, 2019 11:11 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote: if you want to sell to eu, your produce has to meet eu regulations.


They have been making products to EU standards for years and there is no reason to change. Other 3rd countries manage it so why not the UK.

Just because they will no longer be members of the EU, doesn't mean their products will not conform.

Seems to me you just pluck any old shit from the air to insult the voters who have chosen to leave the EU. Ennen????


The biggest problem will be the delays.

Let's take the matter of medicines
Even with T.May's agreement the UK will withdraw from all EU regulations on medicines.
This will have a huge short term (upto 1 year?) impact on both the UK (difficulties in exporting) and on the EU (shortages of medicines)
Some procedures on medicines must be performed exclusively in the EU, even if the medicine is manufactured in a 3rd country.
https://www.ema.europa.eu/en/about-us/u ... ion-brexit

There are delays already concerning organic products, food stuff, meat, dairy products etc from within the EU, as these products must also be checked before getting released for public consumption. Even more delays from 3rd countries. Will the British farmers be able to take it??

don't be silly man b25 grumpoui think tories want to allign to all regulations. i mean how do you make such assholes see the light. shine a fakin searchlight in their fakin ears becasue their eyes are wideshut.
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Pyrpolizer » Tue Sep 10, 2019 11:20 pm

Lordo wrote:so does grumpy accept to adhere to eu regulations and upgrade them as and when eu upgrade's theirs?


I doubt it.
For example it's been a few years (4-5?) now that the EU issued a new regulation about pollution and Energy efficient home appliances.
As a result we can no longer buy on/off type Air conditioners. Only inverter type wich are about 30% more expensive.
The UK was always complaining it was too costly therefore I assume they are going to abolish it.
Then what?
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Tue Sep 10, 2019 11:33 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
Lordo wrote:so does grumpy accept to adhere to eu regulations and upgrade them as and when eu upgrade's theirs?


I doubt it.
For example it's been a few years (4-5?) now that the EU issued a new regulation about pollution and Energy efficient home appliances.
As a result we can no longer buy on/off type Air conditioners. Only inverter type wich are about 30% more expensive.
The UK was always complaining it was too costly therefore I assume they are going to abolish it.
Then what?

grampoui and b25 will learn th emeaning of buggered.

it will not happen. new polls average. music to my ears and these were before manchild lost his majority and locked himself in a cage and gave away the key too.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-49551893
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Paphitis » Wed Sep 11, 2019 5:06 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:
I think you've hit the nail square on the head there! :lol:


Yeh YFUCK is going to school the Brits on manufacturing standards now which are among the highest and best in the world.

The same EU standards which infected the British meat market with horse meat.

Go back to sleep Lordo! :lol:
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