EU, NO-DEAL BREXIT BACKSTOP...and all that

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slim

War Hero
Ignorant, uneducated bigot. It's not an insult. It's something you actually are, Slim. It's particularly significant you have to resort to some or other allusion regarding my job just to make your point about 'Brexit'. Of which there is no point, by the way. You failed to address any of my comments. Well done.

levers
Perhaps it is because your comments are not worth answering!
You are a bigotted racist who's ony form of defense it to throw insults and allegations at those who disagree with you.
So far as I am concerned the only way to deal with cretins like you is to ignore them.
Back in the box and hopefully most of the others on here who are also sick to the back teeth with your arrogant attitude will now treat you with the disdain that you have rightfully earned and ignoe you completely.
So Feck orf and fester!
 

Sumo

War Hero
If you do the maths you will see that a 9.7% increase in exports measured in pounds which have devalued by nearly 20% against the dollar and the euro is not a great result.

Your chart can be simplified to saying that devaluation should increase exports. That's what they teach you in A-level economics. Unfortunately it is a gross oversimplification which is often not true.
they estimate our UK's trade deficit is down by about £2.9Bn this cannot all be put on a weakened pound as there is a global downturn in trade. when you take the global trading into account we are not as bad as some would like us to think.
 

Sumo

War Hero
There you go @Levers_Aligned

I formulated my vote on research way before any referendum, I could see how EU policy makers, not lawyers or politicians, were making changes that would affect everyone in the EU. They were deciding on what products should no longer be used, when they had to be stopped and disposed of, in some case how to be disposed of. This allowed the disposal market to crank up disposal costs, forcing companies to look outside of the EU, the maritime industry, put their ships under a flag of convenience and scrapped them for best return, Bangladesh was scrapping more than 50% of the world’s maritime trade.

In the EU it could actually cost you to scrape a vessel.

These policy papers became law without any legal review, they are just rubber stamped through the EU Parliament, let the courts sort it out if they get it wrong. But in doing this these committees are pushing the EU waste elsewhere, what they should be doing is looking at EU cost effect methods of disposal.

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Picture of a young Bangladesh woman sifting Asbestos out side of a ship yard.

I was looking at EU, EOL/disposal laws across white good, Auto trade, maritime & defence

You may have noticed that there was no costs of membership befits, no immigration or any derogatory name calling, I'll leave that to you.

What level of research did you go too vote Remain?

Some of but not limited to my research papers.

References



8. Bangladesh off the Beach 2009. (pages38, 39)

9. Child Labour in the Ship Recycling Industry in Bangladesh (International Federation for Human rights www.fidh.org, March and April 2008). (pages 38, 39)

10. Commission Staff Working Document Impact Assessment for an EU strategy for better ship dismantling (COM (2008) 767 final), Brussels, 19.11.2008.

11. Council conclusions on an EU Strategy for better ship dismantling 2968th Environment Council meeting, Luxembourg, 21 October 2009.

12. DaimlerChrysler AIAG IMDS/ELV Summit, October 12, 2006. (Page 29).

13. Devonport Royal Dockyard Ltd‟s strategy for the decommissioning of the Barrow nuclear licensed site, a review by HM Nuclear Installation Inspectorate.

14. Directive 2000/53/EC of The European Parliament and of the Council of 18th September 2000, on End-Of Life Vehicles (ELV).(pages 23, 26, 28, 41, 84)

15. Directive 2000/59/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27th November 2000, on Port Reception Facilities for Ship-Generated Waste and Cargo Residues. (pages 21, 57)

16. End of Life Ships (Greenpeace, December 2005).

17. Envirowise Practical ways to manage and minimise hazardous waste GG490.

18. European Commission Directorate General Environment Ship Dismantling and Pre-cleaning of Ships: Final report, June 2007. Section 3: Updated Status and Projections for European End-Of-Life Ships until 2020. (Pages 11, 61, 77)

19. European Commission Enterprise and Industry Directorate-General 2008.

20. European Parliament resolution of 26th March 2009, on an EU strategy for better ship dismantling.

21. EU directive 2004/12/EC set packaging recycling and recovery targets. (pages 25, 31)

22. European Union, 2008, CARS 21 Mid-Term Review High Level Conference - Conclusions and Report Enterprise and Industry Director General.

23. European Parliament resolution of 21st May 2008, on the Green Paper on better ship dismantling.

24. Explanatory Memorandum to the Motor Vehicles (EU Type Approval) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 No. 855.

25. Green Manufacturing: The Way Ahead, Aero-Mag.Com.

26. Guidelines on Transitional Measures for Shipowners Selling a Ship for Recycling in Accordance with the IMO Convention in Preparation for the Entry into Force of the IMO Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, October 2009. (Pages 56, 81)

32. Human Rights Report (A Greenpeace-FIDH Report in Cooperation with YPSA)

33. ICE 2000 (53, 74)

34. Illegally Dumped, Basel Action Network (BAN), August 2009.

35. IMO Guidelines On Ship Recycling May 2004.

36. Implementing the Directives 2002/96/EC and 2003/108/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) in the United Kingdom.

37. Indian Supreme Court Order of 6th September 2007.

38. Interdepartmental Committee on the Dismantling of Civilian and Military End-of-Life Ships, March 2007. Products and Waste Derived From Dismantling Annex 15. Economic Analysis of Dismantling Annex 16.

39. International Conference on the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships (IMO, May 2009).

40. Key facts about tyres. (Page 85)

41. Legal Ship Dismantling & Recycling, Aliaga, Turkey.

42. MARPOL 73/78, all 43 amendments, the last one in 2009. (Pages 21, 55, 57)

43. Manufacturers Claim WEEE Directive Will Increase Prices (UK White Goods).

44. Restrictions on the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS) (2002/95/EC). (Pages 22, 48, 49)

45. Regulation (EC) No 761/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19th March 2001, allowing voluntary participation by organisations in a Community eco-management and audit scheme (EMAS). (Page 32)

46. Reusability, Recyclability and Recoverability (RRR) new Directive 2005/64/EC. (Pages 23, 28, 43, 75, 85)

47. Revised Version of the Annex II of the ELV Directive, adopted October 2008. (Page 42)

48. Rosyth Royal Dockyard Ltd‟s strategy for the decommissioning of the Barrow nuclear licensed site, a review by HM Nuclear Installation Inspectorate.

49. Study in relation to options for new initiatives regarding dismantling of ships (Milieu Ltd. and COWI 2008) for the Director General Environment of the European Commission.

50. Study in relation to options for new initiatives regarding dismantling of ships environmental law and policy executive summary, Milieu Ltd. & COWI, Brussels, August 2009. (Page 56)

51. Suzuki Green Procurement Guideline. (Page 29)

52. The Calyx Group – a strategic Case Study 2006. (Pages 83, 84)

53. The Defence Logistics Support Chain Manual JSP 886 Volume 9 The Disposal Of Material, February 2008. (Pages 28, 58, 64) Part 1 Introduction to Disposals and the Declaration Process. Part 4 The Disposal of Capital Equipment.

54. The EU Landfill Directive introduced a ban on whole tyres being landfilled in July 2003. (Page 26)

55. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), a paper on Waste disposal, waste reduction and waste recycling. (Page 27)

56. The Guardian, Tuesday November 25th 2008. Lord Drayson, the science minister, asked the European Space Agency to approve a new space centre to observe climate change from space and develop robotics technology

57. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) ninth sustainability report on the UK automotive sector, 2007. (Pages 29, 44, 65, 67, 71, 72)

58. The WEEE Directive: Recovery and Reuse/Recycling Targets. (Pages 48, 49, 84, 102, 110)

59. Toyota Green Thinking, June 2009. (Page 29)

60. Victory for safe jobs and the environment in Bangladesh (Editorial in the Daily Star, Thursday 19th March 2009)

61. Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft strategy for compliance with recycling and recovery rates, 2007.

62. Waste Batteries and Accumulators Regulations, 2009. (Pages 30, 34, 87)

63. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipments (WEEE) Directive (2002/96/EC). (Page 22, 48, 49)

64. Wen Ya Synthesis coalition comments 1998 (Page 27)

65. WEEE collection rate downsized after error emerges Monday 10th March 2008 Legislation News. (Page 54)

66. www.ableuk.com/ableshiprecycling (Page 54)

67. www.berr.gov.uk (pages 45, 68)

68. www.calyx-group.com (Page 83)

73. www.netregs.gov.uk (Pages 47, 110)

74. www.ukwhitegood.co.uk (Page 22)

75. ZDNET UK Recycling special report: Designing PCs for the environment.

76. ZDNET UK Recycling special report: Disposal is too hot to handle.

77. ZDNET UK Special report: Who pays for recycling hardware.
 
Perhaps it is because your comments are not worth answering!
But ... but ... you're answering them. Admittedly, not the salient questions, because you lack any capability, rationale, and reason to do so. But you're still answering. And gettin' a bit cross, innit?

You are a bigotted racist who's ony form of defense it to throw insults and allegations at those who disagree with you.
This is how it works in Slim's world:

Slim issues bigoted xenophobia
I don't

I call him a bigoted xenophobe
He calls me a 'bigotted' racist

Great stuff, guys!

So far as I am concerned the only way to deal with cretins like you is to ignore them.
But ... but you're not, are you?

Back in the box and hopefully most of the others on here who are also sick to the back teeth with your arrogant attitude will now treat you with the disdain that you have rightfully earned and ignoe you completely.
So Feck orf and fester!
What? Retards like you and Sumo? Sick to the back teeth?

You could do what you'd say you'd do and just 'ignoe' me. But you won't.

levers
 
There you go @Levers_Aligned

I formulated my vote on research way before any referendum, I could see how EU policy makers, not lawyers or politicians, were making changes that would affect everyone in the EU. They were deciding on what products should no longer be used, when they had to be stopped and disposed of, in some case how to be disposed of. This allowed the disposal market to crank up disposal costs, forcing companies to look outside of the EU, the maritime industry, put their ships under a flag of convenience and scrapped them for best return, Bangladesh was scrapping more than 50% of the world’s maritime trade.

In the EU it could actually cost you to scrape a vessel.

These policy papers became law without any legal review, they are just rubber stamped through the EU Parliament, let the courts sort it out if they get it wrong. But in doing this these committees are pushing the EU waste elsewhere, what they should be doing is looking at EU cost effect methods of disposal.

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Picture of a young Bangladesh woman sifting Asbestos out side of a ship yard.

I was looking at EU, EOL/disposal laws across white good, Auto trade, maritime & defence

You may have noticed that there was no costs of membership befits, no immigration or any derogatory name calling, I'll leave that to you.

What level of research did you go too vote Remain?

Some of but not limited to my research papers.

References



8. Bangladesh off the Beach 2009. (pages38, 39)

9. Child Labour in the Ship Recycling Industry in Bangladesh (International Federation for Human rights www.fidh.org, March and April 2008). (pages 38, 39)

10. Commission Staff Working Document Impact Assessment for an EU strategy for better ship dismantling (COM (2008) 767 final), Brussels, 19.11.2008.

11. Council conclusions on an EU Strategy for better ship dismantling 2968th Environment Council meeting, Luxembourg, 21 October 2009.

12. DaimlerChrysler AIAG IMDS/ELV Summit, October 12, 2006. (Page 29).

13. Devonport Royal Dockyard Ltd‟s strategy for the decommissioning of the Barrow nuclear licensed site, a review by HM Nuclear Installation Inspectorate.

14. Directive 2000/53/EC of The European Parliament and of the Council of 18th September 2000, on End-Of Life Vehicles (ELV).(pages 23, 26, 28, 41, 84)

15. Directive 2000/59/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27th November 2000, on Port Reception Facilities for Ship-Generated Waste and Cargo Residues. (pages 21, 57)

16. End of Life Ships (Greenpeace, December 2005).

17. Envirowise Practical ways to manage and minimise hazardous waste GG490.

18. European Commission Directorate General Environment Ship Dismantling and Pre-cleaning of Ships: Final report, June 2007. Section 3: Updated Status and Projections for European End-Of-Life Ships until 2020. (Pages 11, 61, 77)

19. European Commission Enterprise and Industry Directorate-General 2008.

20. European Parliament resolution of 26th March 2009, on an EU strategy for better ship dismantling.

21. EU directive 2004/12/EC set packaging recycling and recovery targets. (pages 25, 31)

22. European Union, 2008, CARS 21 Mid-Term Review High Level Conference - Conclusions and Report Enterprise and Industry Director General.

23. European Parliament resolution of 21st May 2008, on the Green Paper on better ship dismantling.

24. Explanatory Memorandum to the Motor Vehicles (EU Type Approval) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 No. 855.

25. Green Manufacturing: The Way Ahead, Aero-Mag.Com.

26. Guidelines on Transitional Measures for Shipowners Selling a Ship for Recycling in Accordance with the IMO Convention in Preparation for the Entry into Force of the IMO Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, October 2009. (Pages 56, 81)

32. Human Rights Report (A Greenpeace-FIDH Report in Cooperation with YPSA)

33. ICE 2000 (53, 74)

34. Illegally Dumped, Basel Action Network (BAN), August 2009.

35. IMO Guidelines On Ship Recycling May 2004.

36. Implementing the Directives 2002/96/EC and 2003/108/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) in the United Kingdom.

37. Indian Supreme Court Order of 6th September 2007.

38. Interdepartmental Committee on the Dismantling of Civilian and Military End-of-Life Ships, March 2007. Products and Waste Derived From Dismantling Annex 15. Economic Analysis of Dismantling Annex 16.

39. International Conference on the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships (IMO, May 2009).

40. Key facts about tyres. (Page 85)

41. Legal Ship Dismantling & Recycling, Aliaga, Turkey.

42. MARPOL 73/78, all 43 amendments, the last one in 2009. (Pages 21, 55, 57)

43. Manufacturers Claim WEEE Directive Will Increase Prices (UK White Goods).

44. Restrictions on the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS) (2002/95/EC). (Pages 22, 48, 49)

45. Regulation (EC) No 761/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19th March 2001, allowing voluntary participation by organisations in a Community eco-management and audit scheme (EMAS). (Page 32)

46. Reusability, Recyclability and Recoverability (RRR) new Directive 2005/64/EC. (Pages 23, 28, 43, 75, 85)

47. Revised Version of the Annex II of the ELV Directive, adopted October 2008. (Page 42)

48. Rosyth Royal Dockyard Ltd‟s strategy for the decommissioning of the Barrow nuclear licensed site, a review by HM Nuclear Installation Inspectorate.

49. Study in relation to options for new initiatives regarding dismantling of ships (Milieu Ltd. and COWI 2008) for the Director General Environment of the European Commission.

50. Study in relation to options for new initiatives regarding dismantling of ships environmental law and policy executive summary, Milieu Ltd. & COWI, Brussels, August 2009. (Page 56)

51. Suzuki Green Procurement Guideline. (Page 29)

52. The Calyx Group – a strategic Case Study 2006. (Pages 83, 84)

53. The Defence Logistics Support Chain Manual JSP 886 Volume 9 The Disposal Of Material, February 2008. (Pages 28, 58, 64) Part 1 Introduction to Disposals and the Declaration Process. Part 4 The Disposal of Capital Equipment.

54. The EU Landfill Directive introduced a ban on whole tyres being landfilled in July 2003. (Page 26)

55. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), a paper on Waste disposal, waste reduction and waste recycling. (Page 27)

56. The Guardian, Tuesday November 25th 2008. Lord Drayson, the science minister, asked the European Space Agency to approve a new space centre to observe climate change from space and develop robotics technology

57. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) ninth sustainability report on the UK automotive sector, 2007. (Pages 29, 44, 65, 67, 71, 72)

58. The WEEE Directive: Recovery and Reuse/Recycling Targets. (Pages 48, 49, 84, 102, 110)

59. Toyota Green Thinking, June 2009. (Page 29)

60. Victory for safe jobs and the environment in Bangladesh (Editorial in the Daily Star, Thursday 19th March 2009)

61. Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft strategy for compliance with recycling and recovery rates, 2007.

62. Waste Batteries and Accumulators Regulations, 2009. (Pages 30, 34, 87)

63. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipments (WEEE) Directive (2002/96/EC). (Page 22, 48, 49)

64. Wen Ya Synthesis coalition comments 1998 (Page 27)

65. WEEE collection rate downsized after error emerges Monday 10th March 2008 Legislation News. (Page 54)

66. www.ableuk.com/ableshiprecycling (Page 54)

67. www.berr.gov.uk (pages 45, 68)

68. www.calyx-group.com (Page 83)

73. www.netregs.gov.uk (Pages 47, 110)

74. www.ukwhitegood.co.uk (Page 22)

75. ZDNET UK Recycling special report: Designing PCs for the environment.

76. ZDNET UK Recycling special report: Disposal is too hot to handle.

77. ZDNET UK Special report: Who pays for recycling hardware.
Except, they aren't 'your' research papers, are they? It's just a fanciful list of directives and references. Many of them I don't doubt you know **** all about the content and ramifications or even the intent therein.

So, rather than base your choice to leave on if you'd be better off financially and your living conditions would significantly change, you voted out simply because the EU demands tougher enforcement of policy on waste products, in particular maritime industry. What does the rest of the world do then when they 'scrape' their ships? Y'know. The ones outside the EU? What does Russia do? The US? China? The way your arse is farting endwards on this, anyone would think the EU has got it wrong. Is their any country in the world which doesn't covertly flog their gross tonnage to cheap, overseas recycling facilities (like Leyals in Turkey, for example?) Is there a nation state who disposes of it's shipping in an entirely green-friendly manner? What, and where is nuclear waste stored in Rosyth? How much recyclable scrap was recovered from the T42s, and could that have been improved if we left the EU? What the flying **** has this to do with us exiting the EU anyway, apart from giving you some sort of grandstand to push out some hobby you have?

Anyway. How much will leaving the EU actually save you ... personally? C'mon. You've shown the ability to display a ******* bibliography. Give us your own calculations on how it effects YOU.

You won't, mind. Because you can't.

levers
 
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slim

War Hero
But ... but ... you're answering them. Admittedly, not the salient questions, because you lack any capability, rationale, and reason to do so. But you're still answering. And gettin' a bit cross, innit?



This is how it works in Slim's world:

Slim issues bigoted xenophobia
I don't

I call him a bigoted xenophobe
He calls me a 'bigotted' racist

Great stuff, guys!



But ... but you're not, are you?



What? Retards like you and Sumo? Sick to the back teeth?

You could do what you'd say you'd do and just 'ignoe' me. But you won't.

levers
Don't Feed the TRoll
 

slim

War Hero
Except, they are 'your' research papers, are they? It's just a fanciful list of directives and references. Many of them I don't doubt you know **** all about the content and ramifications or even the intent therein.

So, rather than base your choice to leave on if you'd be better off financially and your living conditions would significantly change, you voted out simply because the EU demands tougher enforcement of policy on waste products, in particular maritime industry. What does the rest of the world do then when they 'scrape' their ships? Y'know. The ones outside the EU? What does Russia do? The US? China? The way your arse is farting endwards on this, anyone would think the EU has got it wrong. Is their any country in the world which doesn't covertly flog their gross tonnage to cheap, overseas recycling facilities (like Leyals in Turkey, for example?) Is there a nation state who disposes of it's shipping in an entirely green-friendly manner? What, and where is nuclear waste stored in Rosyth? How much recyclable scrap was recovered from the T42s, and could that have been improved if we left the EU? What the flying **** has this to do with us exiting the EU anyway, apart from giving you some sort of grandstand to push out some hobby you have?

Anyway. How much will leaving the EU actually save you ... personally? C'mon. You've shown the ability to display a ******* bibliography. Give us your own calculations on how it effects YOU.

You won't, mind. Because you can't.

levers
Don't FEED the Troll
 
That's DEAD funny that is, Slim. I can hear all the bigots in Billy Britainland hollering and whooping to that one. 'Snowflake Earrings' eh? Funny as ****. Need some maskers now, 'cos my ******* ribs have gone.

You're quite unhinged, deep down. Aren't you?

levers
 

slim

War Hero
Evening my fellow racist Bigots.
Still have many unintelligent mumblings coming from the box that the resident expert is currently residing in.
Having done a little research on how much the EU costs me peronally I find it is impossible to give an answer.
The UK pays 0.6% of our taxes to the EU.
So 0.6% of your income tax goes to this marvelous organisation.
But wait we pay tax on ciggies,beer, spirits and many other things which all go to making up the 0.6%.
So it is virtually impossible to calculte what each individual pays.
Another stupid question from the resident remoaner
 
Evening my fellow racist Bigots.
Still have many unintelligent mumblings coming from the box that the resident expert is currently residing in.
Having done a little research on how much the EU costs me peronally I find it is impossible to give an answer.
The UK pays 0.6% of our taxes to the EU.
So 0.6% of your income tax goes to this marvelous organisation.
But wait we pay tax on ciggies,beer, spirits and many other things which all go to making up the 0.6%.
So it is virtually impossible to calculte what each individual pays.
Another stupid question from the resident remoaner
So not really a reason to vote to leave. Well done. See? You can do it!

So there's no real reason to bellyache that the EU costs so much, if you don't even know how much it actually costs YOU. You've got nothing to ******* drip about. The argument is baseless and factless. You're not leaving the EU because you don't really know how much it is costing, save for some fucked up figures the media you **** over put out for you to **** some more over (and get dead furious, because, y'know ... unelected officials and all that .... )

So if you can't tell us how much it is costing because you don't know, what OTHER reason is there to vote leave, Slim?

*waits dead patiently*

levers

ps: I think you are a xenophobe, not a racist. You, however, think you are a racist and are unashamedly referring yourself as one. Just sayin'.
 

Sumo

War Hero
Evening my fellow racist Bigots.
Still have many unintelligent mumblings coming from the box that the resident expert is currently residing in.
Having done a little research on how much the EU costs me peronally I find it is impossible to give an answer.
The UK pays 0.6% of our taxes to the EU.
So 0.6% of your income tax goes to this marvelous organisation.
But wait we pay tax on ciggies,beer, spirits and many other things which all go to making up the 0.6%.
So it is virtually impossible to calculte what each individual pays.
Another stupid question from the resident remoaner
Now you know why he keeps asking, he hasn't a scooby, which is why I gave him a generalised equation that does, but to hard for him to work with, as the answer will require intelligent assumption. With the EU themselves say there are 30 different ways to calculate countries donations, possibly deliberate to hide true costs?
 
Now you know why he keeps asking, he hasn't a scooby, which is why I gave him a generalised equation that does, but to hard for him to work with, as the answer will require intelligent assumption. With the EU themselves say there are 30 different ways to calculate countries donations, possibly deliberate to hide true costs?
No. I ask it because chimps like you try to make us 'whinging remoaners' believe you have traction in claiming the EU costs us an outstanding amount. When I ask how much it costs YOU, you haven't a ******* clue how much, or how to even calculate how much. So your claim is entirely baseless. It's like saying

"Have you seen how much it costs to see a film at Gunwharf Quays?"

and someone saying, "No. How much is it?"

and you not bothering at all to find out, or even how to find out. You also negate to understand that there might be discounts, concessions and the film might be even worth the amount. You're not bothered about that though, because you hate films anyway and anyone who doesn't is a moaning twat who should just shut up. In fact, you want the cinema shut down. We'll be okay. Just watch.

It's empty gobshiting. And it's also an easily exposed mask because the real reason is ... what, exactly?

Take your time.

levers
 
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SONAR-BENDER

War Hero
Levers - I do hope you have passed your fitness test recently, since you are quite old and I am (seriously) concerned about your blood pressure and heart. Here’s why.


I may have mentioned this last time you went off on a major rant, but I can’t be arrsed looking.


I have a good mate. He is a Remainer/Remoaner who also spouts his version of the Remain Gospel. The EU can do no wrong etc, the UK is screwed if/when we leave etc etc.Trouble is, he has some problems and I know that you are not him, as he is no longer Serving.


He manages to get himself SO worked up about Brexit that he has to withdraw from all ‘Social Media’ and calm himself down for a couple of weeks. He has begun to get a wee bit upset again since Boris came along and the ranting has begun again.


So, take a deep breath - in through the nose and out through the mouth. Chill. There is NOTHING you can do about whatever happens. NOTHING. You can quote this and that fact - makes no difference. You can do NOTHING.



Life is too short.








PS - I moved to Spain for one reason only - the sun. Grew up in the West coast of Scotland, served in boats - I’m DUE some sun time.
 
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