Brexit law changes in the offfing.

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Re: Brexit law changes in the offfing.

Post by blythburgh » Wed Sep 09, 2020 7:43 am

sanity clause wrote:
Wed Sep 09, 2020 7:26 am
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Deeply ashamed of the mess we're in. And utterly helpless to do anything about it.

Does a normal, sane, reasonable Conservative MP not fancy stepping forwards and challenging this oaf? He's totally out of his depth and we're all going to suffer for it. There are good and worthy people on the Conservative benches. Why are they not speaking out?
Probably because they want to keep their jobs. :thumbdown:
The "men in grey" are muttering openly and therefore far more talking openly in private. If Johnson does not get his act together he will be one of the most short lived Prime Minister's in history.

I am ashamed to be British when my elected Govt. plan to break International Law. Thankfully I can truthfully say I did not vote for this Govt. But if I thought Corbyn stood a chance of winning the election I would have voted for my basically decent Tory candidate and sitting MP. But I was convinced that this swing seat was a safe Tory one and the country could not stomach a Corbyn Govt. so voted LibDem at the last election.
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Re: Brexit law changes in the offfing.

Post by Sarah » Wed Sep 09, 2020 8:40 am

This morning please remember that we are leaving Europe on the back of a vote that we know was illegally subverted. By individuals in this government. They broke the law. They were never held to account. And this latest outrage is the direct consequence of that.
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Post by macliam » Wed Sep 09, 2020 4:13 pm

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Re: Brexit law changes in the offfing.

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Re: Brexit law changes in the offfing.

Post by Sarah » Sun Sep 27, 2020 9:10 pm

Final week for the Ford plant at Bridgend after 40 years, as locals get what they voted for and production moves to Romania etc.

Ford Bridgend: 'It's over - and it's hard to take'
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-54247648
The closure, announced in June 2019, will have a major impact on the local community in Bridgend, with the loss of hundreds of skilled, well-paid jobs.

When opened in May 1980, it was seen as an industrial landmark in Wales.
Ford Bridgend closure: 'Journey into the unknown'
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-54267443
Before the closure announcement, there were 1,644 staff employed at the site, most of whom have opted for retraining.

More than 120 people will remain on site for a number of months to support the decommissioning.
In the past 10 years, it is estimated the plant has brought £3bn to the local economy.
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Re: Brexit law changes in the offfing.

Post by blythburgh » Mon Sep 28, 2020 10:37 am

Sarah wrote:
Sun Sep 27, 2020 9:10 pm
Final week for the Ford plant at Bridgend after 40 years, as locals get what they voted for and production moves to Romania etc.

Ford Bridgend: 'It's over - and it's hard to take'
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-54247648
The closure, announced in June 2019, will have a major impact on the local community in Bridgend, with the loss of hundreds of skilled, well-paid jobs.

When opened in May 1980, it was seen as an industrial landmark in Wales.
Ford Bridgend closure: 'Journey into the unknown'
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-54267443
Before the closure announcement, there were 1,644 staff employed at the site, most of whom have opted for retraining.

More than 120 people will remain on site for a number of months to support the decommissioning.
In the past 10 years, it is estimated the plant has brought £3bn to the local economy.
Sad day for all the workers and those who jobs/businesses will be affected. And no doubt some of them will be remain voters
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Re: Brexit law changes in the offfing.

Post by AAAlphaThunder » Mon Sep 28, 2020 7:26 pm

blythburgh wrote:
Mon Sep 28, 2020 10:37 am
Sarah wrote:
Sun Sep 27, 2020 9:10 pm
Final week for the Ford plant at Bridgend after 40 years, as locals get what they voted for and production moves to Romania etc.

Ford Bridgend: 'It's over - and it's hard to take'
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-54247648
The closure, announced in June 2019, will have a major impact on the local community in Bridgend, with the loss of hundreds of skilled, well-paid jobs.

When opened in May 1980, it was seen as an industrial landmark in Wales.
Ford Bridgend closure: 'Journey into the unknown'
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-54267443
Before the closure announcement, there were 1,644 staff employed at the site, most of whom have opted for retraining.

More than 120 people will remain on site for a number of months to support the decommissioning.
In the past 10 years, it is estimated the plant has brought £3bn to the local economy.
Sad day for all the workers and those who jobs/businesses will be affected. And no doubt some of them will be remain voters
RIP.

I sincerely hope things work out well for everyone.
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