Is BREXIT a form of theft?

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FredOrJohn
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Currently I, YOU , ME "OWN" these rights

https://www.gov.uk/working-abroad/overview

What UK government says:
have the same rights as nationals of the country you’re working in when it comes to:
  • working conditions
  • pay
  • social security (eg benefits)

Have Brexit voters "stolen" from us these rights?

What do you think have we been robbed?

Is that why so many people are spitting mad about Brexit?
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Good morning Fred or John
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Did the Mods set you a daily thread limit when they unbanned you?
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You know how you said you were "apparently" spamming ......
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You're doing quite a good promotional job for Brexit mate,
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(Original post by FredOrJohn)
Currently I, YOU , ME "OWN" these rights

https://www.gov.uk/working-abroad/overview

What UK government says:
have the same rights as nationals of the country you’re working in when it comes to:
  • working conditions
  • pay
  • social security (eg benefits)
Have Brexit voters "stolen" from us these rights?

What do you think have we been robbed?

Is that why so many people are spitting mad about Brexit?
yes
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I love how all these salty remoaners are so sure that all this European law, esp with regard to employment law - will just disappear post Brexit

This stuff is all UK statute. It's UK law. Why would you think it would instantly change? If we didn't want it in the first place, we would have just done what everyone else in Europe does and just ignored it. Leaving the EU doesn't automatically repeal UK statute.
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no it's not
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I love how all these salty remoaners are so sure that all this European law, esp with regard to employment law - will just disappear post Brexit

This stuff is all UK statute. It's UK law. Why would you think it would instantly change? If we didn't want it in the first place, we would have just done what everyone else in Europe does and just ignored it. Leaving the EU doesn't automatically repeal UK statute.
From the sounds of the hyperbole from the Remain camp you'd think the UK used to be a savage, lawless barbaric land until the benevolent EU uplifted us. It's not like we pioneered modern human rights or anything.
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Another bonkers thread. Not it isnt a form of theft.
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(Original post by Trinculo)
I love how all these salty remoaners are so sure that all this European law, esp with regard to employment law - will just disappear post Brexit

This stuff is all UK statute. It's UK law. Why would you think it would instantly change? If we didn't want it in the first place, we would have just done what everyone else in Europe does and just ignored it. Leaving the EU doesn't automatically repeal UK statute.
Given what the OP is referring to, no, our existing rights in the EU are not guaranteed by Brexit. This will come down to the exit negotiations.
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Given what the OP is referring to, no, our existing rights in the EU are not guaranteed by Brexit. This will come down to the exit negotiations.
They're current UK law. It's like saying that Brexit doesn't guarantee that murder will still be a crime. Why would we repeal any law? If we objected to it that much, we just wouldn't have had it in the first place.
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See you when you next get unbanned. :ciao:
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I certainly feel as I have been robbed by Brexiters.
They gain nothing by us leaving but people who work in the EU (like me) lose (or EU'ers working here lose) their whole livelihood.

I would say, it feels like to me that Brexiting is verging on criminal, I know its not literally criminal, I am saying emotionally
it feels like a major crime has been committed on the UK and EU - because of the potential mass unemployment done to ordinary
people who have not done any harm to any brexiters..

That is how it feels like, I do know in reality, a brexiter is not a criminal.
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Brexit stole OP's sanity.
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This thread stole my time.
I'm sending you the bill.
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(Original post by FredOrJohn)
I certainly feel as I have been robbed by Brexiters.
They gain nothing by us leaving but people who work in the EU (like me) lose (or EU'ers working here lose) their whole livelihood.

I would say, it feels like to me that Brexiting is verging on criminal, I know its not literally criminal, I am saying emotionally
it feels like a major crime has been committed on the UK and EU - because of the potential mass unemployment done to ordinary
people who have not done any harm to any brexiters..

That is how it feels like, I do know in reality, a brexiter is not a criminal.
*******s and *******s.
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Oooh.

Rule of Law trying to be mashed onto politics. Good luck.
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Oooh.

Rule of Law trying to be mashed onto politics. Good luck.
Two lots of people in UK:

a) Those who work or live from time to time in the EU
b) Those who do not...

BREXIT means to these two groups (best case scenario) :
(group a) WORSE LIFE (group b) NO CHANGE

REMAIN means to these two groups:
(group a) NO CHANGE (group b) NO CHANGE

Thus, its clear that a BREXIT voter gains nothing but a REMAIN person actually loses stuff.

This is not normally considered democratic - the minorities are meant to be looked after if there is nothing to be gained by the majority by taking the minorities rights away.

Its like making homosexuality illegal - There is nothing to be gained by non-homosexuals by such a law but homosexuals lose.

A REMAIN person is like a homosexual in pre 1960s Britain.... We have lost our rights to work, live , health in the vast majority of our continent. Its a dark dark dark time for our nation.
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