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Farage was unique in always answering the question
As Goebbels said, there is no such thing as bad publicity.
and being prepared to campaign for the public good
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Just curious; if brexit was reversed, which benefit would you miss most?
The effect of incompetent negotiation has been a shambolic mess in Ireland
Switzerland solved the land border problem
that Brexit isn't a left- or right-wing plot,
I think it is too early to say nothing will happen because of brexit,
EU would probably be having a very expensive debate in Brussels at this point on how to appease Putin.
If a government was prepared to invest, tax and legislate, brexit opens up numerous possibilities.
Imports of foodstuffs produced in a cruel, explotitative or environmentally unfriendly way should be banned.
Products produced from polluting sources (coal fired electricity, chemical discharge etc) should be legislated against.
I doubt we will see any government have the bravery to do anything meaningful,
But Brexit was done by, and for the Right.
Anyway, perhaps you can get back to answering thisQuote from: Bored chemist on 31/05/2023 12:24:15Just curious; if brexit was reversed, which benefit would you miss most?
Quote from: Bored chemist on 10/06/2023 12:48:09Anyway, perhaps you can get back to answering thisQuote from: Bored chemist on 31/05/2023 12:24:15Just curious; if brexit was reversed, which benefit would you miss most?The benefits I'm already missing are lower food prices,
Quote from: Bored chemist on 10/06/2023 12:48:09But Brexit was done by, and for the Right.I have consistently campaigned and voted against the UK's association with the Common Market and the EU. I resigned from the Labour Party because the B Liar government had disgraced the name of socialism. Special Branch (remember them?) took a particular interest in me as a radical anti-nuclear weapons activist, and I spent many years as a trade union representative. As an accredited expert to EU scientific panels, I spent a fair bit of your money opposing legislation based on rights and duties instead of wrongs. Brexit was done as much by and for lefty people like me as anyone else, but it was done badly because those charged with doing it did not stand to gain personally.
The benefits I'm already missing are lower food prices, and a return to wrongs-based statute law and public ownership of infrastructure services.
These could have flowed from Brexit but require a competent and uncorrupt government.
Those ideas were a fairy tale for the reason I explained earlier. The EU wouldn't allow them.
It would require at least two such governments, ours and the EU's.