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I am sick to death of people in this country saying how much they hate Britain. In my opinion Britain is the best country in the world and will return to being so once Brexit goes through.
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If Britain is the best country in the world then why need to change as brexit goes through?
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If Britain is the best country in the world then why need to change as brexit goes through?
Our rules and regulations are controlled by brussells.
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Our rules and regulations are controlled by brussells.
Do you think the law will change tremendously after UK leaves EU?
And you think will change for better?
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Do you think the law will change tremendously after UK leaves EU?
And you think will change for better?
Yes indeed I do.
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If Britain is the best country in the world then why need to change as brexit goes through?
The Anglo-Saxon and Celtic races are the best in the world.
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Yes indeed I do.
Lol, it won't.
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Lol, it won't.
We will see
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(Original post by Nervously Shy.)
Our rules and regulations are controlled by brussells.
How many laws derived from rulings from the European Court of Justice or Europe in general can you name?

Eg. Human Rights, not so bad that one was it?

We make our laws, regulations, by-laws etc. in the Houses of Parliament and Commons, yes some are EU derived but tbh, they make logical sense and don't 'take away our sovereignty' or 'control us' indefinitely.
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We will see
Nope, we won't.
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Yes indeed I do.
what changes in law do you expect?
Can you give example others than those connected with 'the freedom of movement'?
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How many laws derived from rulings from the European Court of Justice or Europe in general can you name?

Eg. Human Rights, not so bad that one was it?

We make our laws, regulations, by-laws etc. in the Houses of Parliament and Commons, yes some are EU derived but tbh, they make logical sense and don't 'take away our sovereignty' or 'control us' indefinitely.
The Europian union told britain it couldn't use a certain fertiliser yet the rest of bloody europe still does!
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How many laws derived from rulings from the European Court of Justice or Europe in general can you name?

Eg. Human Rights, not so bad that one was it?

We make our laws, regulations, by-laws etc. in the Houses of Parliament and Commons, yes some are EU derived but tbh, they make logical sense and don't 'take away our sovereignty' or 'control us' indefinitely.
What? Like the EU regulations costing British fish suppliers millions as they now have to highlight on a pack of Salmon a notice saying 'Caution: This contains fish'.
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The Europian union told britain it couldn't use a certain fertiliser yet the rest of bloody europe still does!
I repeat. How many laws derived from rulings from the European Court of Justice or Europe in general can you name? Perhaps you're an expert and know more about it but... it doesn't seem so bad.


Safe and effective fertilisers on the EU market


WHAT IS THE AIM OF THE REGULATION?
  • It brings into one piece of legislation all the European Union rules that apply to fertilisers — chemical compounds that provide nutrients to plants.
  • It ensures that these highly technical requirements are implemented uniformly throughout the EU.
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I am sick to death of people in this country saying how much they hate Britain. In my opinion Britain is the best country in the world and will return to being so once Brexit goes through.
Shame those that think so lack intellectual prowess.
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I repeat. How many laws derived from rulings from the European Court of Justice or Europe in general can you name? Perhaps you're an expert and know more about it but... it doesn't seem so bad.


Safe and effective fertilisers on the EU market


WHAT IS THE AIM OF THE REGULATION?
  • It brings into one piece of legislation all the European Union rules that apply to fertilisers — chemical compounds that provide nutrients to plants.
  • It ensures that these highly technical requirements are implemented uniformly throughout the EU.
The annoying thing is that the rest of bloody europe is still using them
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(Original post by .( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°).)
What? Like the EU regulations costing British fish suppliers millions as they now have to highlight on a pack of Salmon a notice saying 'Caution: This contains fish'.
It surely cannot cost that much to label something as a fish product? To be honest some people with certain mental issues (sorry if it's not the right term) or anything that could affect them in this area might see a fish of an unusual name and think it isn't fish whilst being allergic.

Still, hardly worth draining our economy and peaceful ties with Europe over, is it?
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The Anglo-Saxon and Celtic races are the best in the world.
I'm a bit of a traditionalist so will always prefer races like the marathon and the 100 metres. But there are some admirable Anglo-Saxon races like cheese rolling and wife carrying.

https://youtu.be/OzghBO8zIbI
http://www.bbc.com/news/av/uk-391769...mpions-crowned
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so u enjoy having effed up teeth?
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(Original post by Nervously Shy.)
I am sick to death of people in this country saying how much they hate Britain. In my opinion Britain is the best country in the world and will return to being so once Brexit goes through.
What does Britain do better than any other nation? I guess we're a lot better at..queuing
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