Re: Brexit
« Reply #1140 on: March 12, 2019, 08:16:07 PM »
Looks like there about to announce tarifs tomorrow , on the back of the no deal vote .
Looks like the Irish beef industry will be in big trouble , the Uk will be free to trade with Brasil after this happens so our product may well no longer be economically viable to produce for export to the UK.

Its probably barely making headlines there in the UK but several suspect packages have arrived to Uk adresses already along with telephoned bomb alerts using recognised code words ,nothing viable so far ,
seems like for the UK to move forward ,the people from the border counties both north and south in Ireland are having to take a step back , back to the bad old days.

The DUP's pact with May in parliment and no  Northern Executive means none of the other political parties from the north  even get a say in how things go .

Brexit was voted in by a disgruntled working class who seemed to believe all the 'Foreigners' would be sent packing and the gates would be closed , I guess you could say Farrage did his job , of stiring up public sentiment in the very same way Trump does it ,incitement might be a more appropriate term .

May looks like she's getting close to the end ,even the voice sounds broken now ,I'm kinda geting the feeling she might be left carry the can through this but only so they'll have someone to blame when it  goes wrong and an election is called .


abbey road d enfer

Re: Brexit
« Reply #1141 on: March 13, 2019, 12:22:08 AM »
UKIP always was a small party. In the EU parliament and its committees it had zero influence. It's importance lay in giving UK voters a chance (via proportional representation) to voice their dissatisfaction with the EU. This in turn led to greater exposure of the party at home and greater success in home elections
That's exactly what we see in France, with Marine Le Pen going nowhere in the national elections, but it looks like the RN, her party, will soon have a significant number of MEPs. That would allow them to come back stronger on the local front. As we say here, you throw them out the door, they come back through the window.
That's the beauty of direct proportional suffrage...  :(
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abbey road d enfer

Re: Brexit
« Reply #1142 on: March 13, 2019, 03:07:48 AM »
As for pricing and charity sales.

Maybe announce swap of sale system starting in 2021 or so.

Auction unit one (telling all waiting customers and others about it and sell to highest bidder). This way you get a real demand-based market price.

Simultaneously sell second finished unit at whatever price and to whoever you like most -- could even PR this credibly.
I guess this answer belongs to https://groupdiy.com/index.php?topic=71883.msg911996#msg911996
Who's right or wrong is irrelevant. What matters is what's right or wrong.
Star ground is for electricians.