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Re: what next?

Postby Paphitis » Wed Oct 16, 2019 3:15 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:TORIES STORMING AHEAD IN THE POLLS


New YouGov polling for The Times has shown Boris’s Tories soar higher to a 15 point lead, making up more than the Labour and Brexit Party vote shares combined. The ‘Classic Dom’ strategy seems to be working…

Interestingly, the poll found that since July, the Brexit Party vote has fallen by almost two thirds among 2017 Tories, yet only by just 1% among 2017 Labour voters. Now the Brexit Party vote is almost evenly made up of voters who in 2017 went for the Tory (13%) and Labour (8%) parties, meaning it could be an electoral boost to the Tories in the next election, eating away at Labour voters who would never vote Tory. Jack Brereton, the new Tory MP for Stoke-on-Trent South is convinced he would not have won his seat in 2017 if UKIP had not stood against him, taking Labour votes. Meanwhile MPs like Stewart Jackson who UKIP did not stand against lost out by tiny margins…

Boris’s personal ratings have climbed higher too, being twice as popular as Corbyn in the Best Prime Minister question, with 43% to Corbyn’s 21%. And for the first time ever, Boris has overtaken Corbyn in all age brackets. Among those aged 18-24, Boris leads by 32 to 29.


yeh but if the dirty is done, watch the BREXIT Party climb then after. :lol:
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Re: what next?

Postby Paphitis » Wed Oct 16, 2019 3:27 pm

More illegal Foreign Collusion with a foreign power without the permission of HM Government of UK. :roll:

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Re: what next?

Postby cyprusgrump » Wed Oct 16, 2019 4:52 pm

JAGUAR LAND ROVER CONTINUES INVESTING AT FULL SPEED

Far from what the gloomsters proffer, the UK’s car industry looks like it’s shifting into top gear as Britain speeds towards the Brexit finishing line; with the announcement by Jaguar Land Rover of a new three million-square-foot distribution centre in Leicestershire, supplying to 80 markets worldwide. Fueling confidence in global Britain…

The new campus is expecting to create a sizable number of new jobs in the area and shows Jaguar Land Rover plan on having a stake in Britain’s sizable car industry for many more years to come. Remainers must be quite exhausted and tired of making wrong predictions, Guido doesn’t think they’ll give us a brake any time soon…
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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Wed Oct 16, 2019 5:06 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:JAGUAR LAND ROVER CONTINUES INVESTING AT FULL SPEED

Far from what the gloomsters proffer, the UK’s car industry looks like it’s shifting into top gear as Britain speeds towards the Brexit finishing line; with the announcement by Jaguar Land Rover of a new three million-square-foot distribution centre in Leicestershire, supplying to 80 markets worldwide. Fueling confidence in global Britain…

The new campus is expecting to create a sizable number of new jobs in the area and shows Jaguar Land Rover plan on having a stake in Britain’s sizable car industry for many more years to come. Remainers must be quite exhausted and tired of making wrong predictions, Guido doesn’t think they’ll give us a brake any time soon…


https://www.aljazeera.com/ajimpact/jaguar-land-rover-close-uk-factories-week-brexit-190926120005650.html

The United Kingdom's biggest carmaker, Jaguar Land Rover, will close its UK factories for a week in November to cope with Brexit, its boss said on Thursday, joining BMW and Toyota in plans to help mitigate any immediate disruption from a no-deal Brexit.

The industry, the UK's biggest exporter of goods, has been vocal about its concerns that a disorderly departure from the European Union could disrupt the flow of parts and vehicles, ruining production processes and damaging the viability of factories.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to take the UK out of the EU with or without an exit deal on October 31. However, it remains unclear whether that will happen or if Brexit will be delayed, put back to a referendum or even cancelled.

Chief Executive Officer Ralf Speth said Jaguar Land Rover had to make plans for Brexit now, including a stop to production at its four UK sites during the first week of November.

"We cannot think about it, we just have to do it," he told reporters at an event in Gaydon, central England, to mark the opening of a new advanced product creation centre.

"I need 20 million parts a day and that means I have to make commitments to my suppliers, I have to have every and each part available and I have to have it just in time," he said.

The move will affect the firm's three car factories - Halewood, Castle Bromwich and Solihull - which collectively built just under a third of the UK's 1.5 million cars last year, and its engine facility in Wolverhampton.

Japanese carmaker Toyota said in August it will not build cars at its UK factory on November 1, while BMW will halt production at its Oxford plant on October 31 and November 1.
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Re: what next?

Postby Paphitis » Wed Oct 16, 2019 5:08 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:JAGUAR LAND ROVER CONTINUES INVESTING AT FULL SPEED

Far from what the gloomsters proffer, the UK’s car industry looks like it’s shifting into top gear as Britain speeds towards the Brexit finishing line; with the announcement by Jaguar Land Rover of a new three million-square-foot distribution centre in Leicestershire, supplying to 80 markets worldwide. Fueling confidence in global Britain…

The new campus is expecting to create a sizable number of new jobs in the area and shows Jaguar Land Rover plan on having a stake in Britain’s sizable car industry for many more years to come. Remainers must be quite exhausted and tired of making wrong predictions, Guido doesn’t think they’ll give us a brake any time soon…


Good news!
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Re: what next?

Postby Paphitis » Wed Oct 16, 2019 5:11 pm

Boris Johnson killing it in the polls. Up up and AWAY! The way BORIS is going, he will be the first politician on such an upward trajectory to the moon :D

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Re: what next?

Postby Pyrpolizer » Wed Oct 16, 2019 5:50 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:JAGUAR LAND ROVER CONTINUES INVESTING AT FULL SPEED

Far from what the gloomsters proffer, the UK’s car industry looks like it’s shifting into top gear as Britain speeds towards the Brexit finishing line; with the announcement by Jaguar Land Rover of a new three million-square-foot distribution centre in Leicestershire, supplying to 80 markets worldwide. Fueling confidence in global Britain…

The new campus is expecting to create a sizable number of new jobs in the area and shows Jaguar Land Rover plan on having a stake in Britain’s sizable car industry for many more years to come. Remainers must be quite exhausted and tired of making wrong predictions, Guido doesn’t think they’ll give us a brake any time soon…



https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/news ... ts-3259340
this is not a Brexit related project it;s an old project scheduled for 2023. More over it's a PARTS distribution center centralizing other existing sites to reduce costs.
Stop reading Guido charlatan

If you want to learn the truth about Jaguar Land Rover read these:
https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/indu ... s-partners
The troubles snowballed, leading chief executive Ralf Speth to announce a £3.6bn annual loss for 2018/19. A wide-reaching cost-cutting programme was launched soon after.

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/new- ... ter-brexit
Jaguar Land Rover is again planning a temporary shutdown of its main UK production plants for a week after Britain’s planned departure from the European Union on 31 October.
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JLR is unable to reopen its sites at short notice if there's another delay to Brexit, as component ordering from suppliers requires a long lead time. JLR was forced to close its sites in April, when Brexit was originally scheduled to happen. Mini, Vauxhall, and Honda, among others, also closed during April.

The FT claims the company imports around 20 million parts into the UK per day, meaning stockpiling isn’t realistic. “We cannot switch off and on again” said Speth.

https://www.autocar.co.uk/opinion/motor ... ing-brexit

“I have 20-25 million car parts a day that need to be moved through our factories. I need them all just-in-time to be able to build a car. If I miss a part, the car isn’t built. There is no car.

“If there is a delay at the ports of one minute, two minutes, 10 minutes, or whatever - what happens? There’s talk of setting up warehouses to store these parts. Where am I going to store 20 million parts a day?


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“You need logistics on top of that also. You need special deliveries to transport it. No suppliers are going to be able to support that. You’ll need new warehouses, new IT systems. It’s not possible on capital, IT or infrastructure.

“I’ve already hired 40 extra people for admin. They’re all administrators. Take the costs of these people: would they not be better creating products for the future, to make a stronger UK plc, rather than admin and filling in forms?”
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Re: what next?

Postby Paphitis » Wed Oct 16, 2019 11:45 pm

Well done Boris.

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Re: what next?

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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Thu Oct 17, 2019 10:25 am

poor b'stard he may not even be allowed to hold his vote on the deal as it breaks the tax laws. i mean the man can't have a break. breaking the law twice in two months, this is becoming a habit now to go along with his other habit with white powders.
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