YepI wont click a Daily Mail link but I think I know what the story is, Nissan have a list of possible post Brexit scenarios, one of them was to shift everything to the UK and hope to hoover up all the business created by the other manufacturers leaving? I seem to remember something about this being a suggestion put forward by two people. Is that it?
To be honest if it safeguards existing jobs and replaces jobs lost then I would welcome it.
There is no post so it's not even fptp but I bet you know that.Our crap fptp system explains but not justifies that.
I'm not so sure the system was quite as broken as many assert. The last election was essentially a one issue ballot, and large numbers of traditional Labour supporters voted Tory to get what was most important to them. I don't think the current Tories are likely to be able to keep them.Our crap fptp system explains but not justifies that.
That's retcon. All parties had many other issues on their leaflets and I suspect Corbyn lost more votes due to his alleged pacifism, antisemitism and totalitarianism than Brexit dithering.I'm not so sure the system was quite as broken as many assert. The last election was essentially a one issue ballot, [...]
Your exhortation confuses me, and sounds a bit like those that tell me to get behind the country, which really means that I should stop warning of imminent danger.all those who got out on the streets protesting Brexit need to refocus their energies on solving the problems that are homegrown.
Australia has a trade deal with the EU? Since when?I thought we were going for Australia style now, not that I remember that coming up previously mind.
Ah, you've spotted the fatal flaw in the plan!Australia has a trade deal with the EU? Since when?
Negotiations opened three years ago and may have more years to run - not really usable as a blueprint for a trade deal to be ratified within 11 months.
Is this a euphemism for a no-deal crash-out?
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