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can anyone help me think of a poetic response to the poem THE CLASS GAME in the perspective of the upper class.
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They is the people who buy medicines but are not members of the European Union.
People can be members of the EU?! Where can I sign up?
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can anyone help me think of a poetic response to the poem THE CLASS GAME in the perspective of the upper class.
You're best asking here instead:

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=82
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ok thank you
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Lovely of you to call me young. Thank you. You raise a fair question. Why did people vote to leave? I doubt very much it was because they were well informed.

Please can you tell me why we will be better off when either there is a tarrif on all goods from the EU or the UK is flooded with cheap substandard products from the rest of the world as per WTO rules?
Tariffs?? The EU need us more than we need them. Tariffs work both ways WTO is ok for the rest of the world. They all make cheap good. Some of China goods are now good quality. But the EU need to export goods. So don't listen to scare mongers
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(Original post by 04MR17)
By having trade deals with countries producing them, or being in a state of emergency whereby charity organisations are delivering aid.
Really?

Well apparently the EU have said they open to a back stop in event of a no deal Brexit! So that's a customs arrangement..

Anyway how do you think we buy the huge array of products from outside the EU? Are you aware of the import taffifs the EU enforce for countries outside the EU, in order to protect its interest.
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Tariffs?? The EU need us more than we need them. Tariffs work both ways WTO is ok for the rest of the world. They all make cheap good. Some of China goods are now good quality. But the EU need to export goods. So don't listen to scare mongers
I believe people of the UK want to govern and control ourselves
. The common market was ok initially. Just trading. But things have gone to far. others do ok outside the EU. So will the UK
Your see.
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Pmsl I'm clearly a deluded brexiteer arnt I?
I recently was told there was a place called Cheeena?
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Pmsl I'm clearly a deluded brexiteer arnt I?
My phone changes words
Its China.
Anyway we all have our concepts of how it will be. Too many oppinions.
I guess nobody really knows.
But I believe all will be ok.
It's the British way. Have faith and trust in the people of the Uk.
We did survive the war
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Why will we we forced to buy it, I'm subjected to sub standard non EU tack everytime I walk into a pound shop but I don't have to buy it.

Who's going to hold the gun to us in the crazy school teacher remainer World?
Who? King price of course. Supermarkets will package substandard sh1t and sell it for premium prices once we are free of the consumer focused EU laws. Certainly under a free market Tory government at any rate.

EU law tends to look after the little guy. Of course you clearly favour big business out to make a quick buck no?
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Tariffs?? The EU need us more than we need them.
This is a classic line of Brexiteers but the numbers do not back up this idea. 50% of our trade is with the EU. And much of that 50% is in services rather than physical goods. 10% of trade in the EU is with the UK split between 27 counties in varying amounts. So just how do you conclude that they need us more than we need them?

And you tell me you aren't ignorant?
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Because it only 50% . There are cheap rubish goods on the market but some countries outside the EU produce good stuff. I know I bought it. Bought a tool the other day very high quality. I was surprised to see made in china. There are many countries outside the EU that produce good stuff
Don't panic
All will be good the EU sell more to us than we sell to them...
They need us. Believe me
Ask them. No I'm not ignorant
Been in business and around too
Long. Wise up!!!
(Original post by ByEeek)
This is a classic line of Brexiteers but the numbers do not back up this idea. 50% of our trade is with the EU. And much of that 50% is in services rather than physical goods. 10% of trade in the EU is with the UK split between 27 counties in varying amounts. So just how do you conclude that they need us more than we need them?

And you tell me you aren't ignorant?
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Same old crap... I won the referendum cup 3 yrs back so if I'm no longer recognised as the greatest team in the world. You haven't won a single match since!!! You guys just need men on horses with big sticks. You are nothing more than the thug rule of the 70's.
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I recently was told there was a place called Cheeena?
No... you are a ****.
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Same old crap... I won the referendum cup 3 yrs back so if I'm no longer recognised as the greatest team in the world. You haven't won a single match since!!! You guys just need men on horses with big sticks. You are nothing more than the thug rule of the 70's.
You are entitled to your opinion
Even though it's a load of Bull sh-ti
Millions of opinions in this country
Some right some wrong
Time will tell . Me I just think get out and all will be good because that's what will will fight for
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Because it only 50% . There are cheap rubish goods on the market but some countries outside the EU produce good stuff. I know I bought it. Bought a tool the other day very high quality. I was surprised to see made in china. There are many countries outside the EU that produce good stuff
Don't panic
All will be good the EU sell more to us than we sell to them...
They need us. Believe me
Ask them. No I'm not ignorant
Been in business and around too
Long. Wise up!!!
But it isn't just about you buying assembled tools from China. What about companies that buy specialist stuff delivered just-in-time? What about all the food we import by truck. Are you going to start flying in onions from China? The point is that our whole way of life depends on trade with the EU. It is unseen and hidden but it is there. And folks like you want to rip that to pieces with the simple reassurance that it will be ok. It really won't be ok. Why? Because everyone who has to deal with the reality is saying so.

For example, what about those who depend on drugs from the EU?

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices...-a8855131.html
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Who? King price of course. Supermarkets will package substandard sh1t and sell it for premium prices once we are free of the consumer focused EU laws. Certainly under a free market Tory government at any rate.

EU law tends to look after the little guy. Of course you clearly favour big business out to make a quick buck no?
Not really no, Im a socialist I'm certainly about regulations and control. Firstly controlling biast message that is being delivered in our education system system due EU funding.

As Tony Benn used to say over and over, this is about democracy not about a fear of cooperation with other nations.

Margaret Thatcher is possibly the most successful political figure of all time regarding destruction of the left wing. She invented the common market, deregulated and destroyed the root of all the working class financial security while portray herself —wrongly—as a person of humble origins just before releasing her most successful policy her atomic bomb - the national curriculum.

It is her atomic bomb which managed to carry out her fake claims of being from at the working class into an industry. Today, with the help of new Labour, in itself an indirect accidental creation as a result of Margarets sucess of making socialism a dirty word, we have schools of middle aged and younger people and an industry funded by the result of thatchers successful policies, who actually think they are left wing and looking after the 'little man' it's absolutely genius.

The irony is its the extreme right wing of the Tory party that are rising up to destroy the very thing that completely guarantees their ideal of the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer via a capitalist global economy and the left that are trying to protect it, because people like you are scared of the country sinking even further to the right, without the undemocratic protection of the EU to control the extremities of the Conservatives.

Crazy
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Cute poem.
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The country voted to get out
Not for a deal. Don't want a deal or we still be tired to them!! We want out.
Do deals later. They will still want to sell there cars and stuff to us
Get out No deal
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But it isn't just about you buying assembled tools from China. What about companies that buy specialist stuff delivered just-in-time? What about all the food we import by truck. Are you going to start flying in onions from China? The point is that our whole way of life depends on trade with the EU. It is unseen and hidden but it is there. And folks like you want to rip that to pieces with the simple reassurance that it will be ok. It really won't be ok. Why? Because everyone who has to deal with the reality is saying so.

For example, what about those who depend on drugs from the EU?

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices...-a8855131.html
Just FYI

Those just in time people can buy a warehouse and as for food we already fly it in from all over the world
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Just FYI

Those just in time people can buy a warehouse and as for food we already fly it in from all over the world
Great. Let's pay way more for out food whilst creating even more co2 emissions getting it here? Come to think of it, perhaps I should do my weekly shop from a supermarket 200 miles away?!
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