Britain leaves the European Union

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MICHEL BARNIER has admitted Brexit is a "failure for the EU", with the bloc facing a huge blow after losing a country with "a dynamic defence, foreign policy and economy".

 

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Brexit Britain set to rebuild ravaged economy quickly by becoming 'trading superpower'​

 

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But I'm European, they wail. The trouble for them is - so am I! The Rejoiners and the anti-Brexit media will never give up.

If you want to know whether or not the UK is permanently free of the clutches of the EU, just take a look at the outpourings of anti-Brexit bile from the likes of the BBC, the Independent and the Guardian as well as the politicians and political influencers who are given a platform by them to try and undermine the single greatest exercise in democracy this country has ever seen.

 
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In more good Brexit news we find out about the return of duty free and the 'Booze Cruise'.

 

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Guy Verhofstwat is Not Happy He Lost & Thinks The UK Will Vote To Rejoin The EU 🤣

 

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Guardianista Owen Jones posted an inflammatory tweet on Twitter that suggests left wing extremists go and get Brexit voters.

I read that as an incitement to violence and hate.

What do you make of his tweet?

 
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Hold it and stop everything. Just heard the Brexit vote was tampered with. Damn Scots will do anything to get their way.
 

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It's impossible for Scotland to rejoin the EU. If it did, it would have to join the euro, and the Scottish people don't want that. And Spain and several other member states have said they will veto an independent Scotland rejoining. 63% of Scotland's trade is with the rest of the UK - for that reason alone it makes no sense in leaving the UK to rejoin the much less lucrative EU.
 

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Former BBC Giant Andrew Neil Calls Out Remainer Stupidity & Wonders If They Can Cure Brexit Derangement Syndrome​

 

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The history guy hates national sovereignty, just like a certain little jumped up Austrian did 70 odd years ago...

 
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UK Government Moves To Block Remain Supporting Labour Taking Us Back Into The EU​

 

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The UK will never rejoin the EU. But no law can stop it from happening again: Parliament is sovereign and if the will exists, it certainly has the ability to commit itself to the treaties again.
I don't think there'll be an EU to rejoin. Britain is just the first domino to fall.
 

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We’re way ahead of the EU on Covid vaccines thanks to Brexit – jab’s a good ’un​

Rod Liddle
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14th January 2021

SO the lesson is – don’t take your sandwiches into the European Union.

A Polish lorry driver had his confiscated by Dutch border officials.

“British shandwiches! Not allowed,” screeched the Dutchman, before stamping up and down on the bread, spraying ham and mustard all over the place. Probably.

It looks like the EU nations are getting just a little bit arsey with all things British.

As well they might. Because the desire to leave the EU may turn out to be every bit as infectious as Covid. It may soon spread everywhere from Amsterdam to Alicante.

Look at what’s happened so far. We are not starving, as we were told we would be as soon as we left. Produce arrives pretty much the same as ever.

The prices haven’t risen noticeably. Vast lorry queues aren’t happening.

Trade deals are being struck right, left and centre. The forecasts for British economic growth are good.

PAINFULLY SLOW​

Meanwhile, over the Channel, the bureaucracy of the EU and European Commission has left citizens furious – and in danger.

The rollout of the Covid vaccine in EU countries has not simply been slow, it’s been on a scale between glacial and non-existent.

And the reason? Bureaucracy and regulations. The very reason so many of us voted to leave.

The independent UK has vaccinated more than double the number of people Germany has. But even Germany’s vaccine programme is in crisis.

In parts of Northern Germany people wanting vaccines apply online and are told: “Thank you for your great interest! Please try again next Tuesday morning.”

We had vaccinated one million people before the French had managed to vaccinate 500. Some countries — Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, for example — have vaccinated only handfuls.

The total number of vaccinations in Germany, France, Italy and Spain — the four largest EU countries — amounts to just 12 per cent more than those carried out by tiny Israel.

The reason is bureaucracy. In the summer when our independent government was busy ordering as many vaccines as possible, the European Commission dithered.
It didn’t know what the hell to do. There was bickering.

Since then, the EU’s European Medical Agency has been painfully slow in approving vaccines for use.

The consequence is a grave shortage of vaccines on the continent.

HILARIOUS DELUSION​

That will lead to more deaths, as vulnerable people succumb to the virus.

Remainers argue that the vaccine rollout on the continent is down to member countries and not the fault of the EU.

Balderdash — another hilarious delusion. Each country needs to get the green light from the EU before it proceeds.

And you only get the green light when the medical agency and the commission are agreed.

I don’t think our government has handled this crisis terribly well. We were slow to lock down and slow to close our borders.

I am not convinced by the tier system and still less by the hokey cokey approach to lockdowns.

But there is no doubt that the Government acted quickly in securing vaccines: We are ahead of most of the world (Israel excepted) in that respect.

Being independent enabled us to take decisions quickly. We are now the envy of Europe.

So you can stamp on as many sandwiches as you like, Ruud.

The independence bug is catching on, and you won’t stop it.

 

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Do you remember during the EU referendum campaign when Remainers rubbished Leaver claims that the EU is to build an army?