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Good point made on the radio this morning 20:18 - Jan 15 with 6512 viewsFixed_It

48% knew what they were voting for and voted for it. 52% voted for different things. So actually, their vote was in effect split. And even now they can't agree. Will of the people? Remain.

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Good point made on the radio this morning on 11:43 - Jan 18 with 488 viewsjjblue84

Good point made on the radio this morning on 11:42 - Jan 18 by No9

& you need to understand International law if you want to join the WTO


Rules, not ‘law’!
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 11:51 - Jan 18 with 484 viewsBlue_Moses

Thought that the day after the vote and now it's proved to be correct, otherwise it would have all been sorted a while back.
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 11:54 - Jan 18 with 477 viewsNo9

Good point made on the radio this morning on 11:43 - Jan 18 by jjblue84

Rules, not ‘law’!


Ah, you don't understand international law - OK
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 13:19 - Jan 18 with 435 viewsjjblue84

Good point made on the radio this morning on 10:44 - Jan 18 by No9

That is rather naive; if the UK doesn't pay it's dues the EU will just take the UK to the international courts.

Additionally & more important is the fact that should the UK renage on the finacial settelement it has made with the EU, the propsect of making any trade agreements with any other country just become more difficult.

The real problem I have with the brexiteers is that they refuse to face reality and just lie about the world outside the EU. have you read the WTO site to see what reality is?


The point is, the international courts are not based on law, which only applies to its own country...so all it is in reality is threats!
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 13:38 - Jan 18 with 417 viewsNo9

Good point made on the radio this morning on 13:19 - Jan 18 by jjblue84

The point is, the international courts are not based on law, which only applies to its own country...so all it is in reality is threats!


Well, if the British government take that attitude now they are trying to join the WTO it won't help their cause will it?
If any country isn't goin gto honour its obligations it will no doubt find it difficult to trade with anyone.
You do realise the UK has only just lodged it's application to join the WTO as an independent nation don't you?
You do understand other members can object?
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 13:41 - Jan 18 with 412 viewsjjblue84

Good point made on the radio this morning on 13:38 - Jan 18 by No9

Well, if the British government take that attitude now they are trying to join the WTO it won't help their cause will it?
If any country isn't goin gto honour its obligations it will no doubt find it difficult to trade with anyone.
You do realise the UK has only just lodged it's application to join the WTO as an independent nation don't you?
You do understand other members can object?


I’m just pointing out what the law is...hope it’s finally sunk in!
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 13:45 - Jan 18 with 405 viewsNo9

Good point made on the radio this morning on 13:41 - Jan 18 by jjblue84

I’m just pointing out what the law is...hope it’s finally sunk in!


& as I said you should probably look at the WTO website
And if the EU took the UK to the international courts what do you think that would achieve?
How much would it cost the taxpayer?
How much cooperation do you think the Um would get from others ?
& if you don't believe in international law how would you conduct international business?

Are you telling us you are a supporter of rouge states
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 14:45 - Jan 18 with 389 viewsjjblue84

Good point made on the radio this morning on 13:45 - Jan 18 by No9

& as I said you should probably look at the WTO website
And if the EU took the UK to the international courts what do you think that would achieve?
How much would it cost the taxpayer?
How much cooperation do you think the Um would get from others ?
& if you don't believe in international law how would you conduct international business?

Are you telling us you are a supporter of rouge states


Just rouge white and blue ones...!
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 14:49 - Jan 18 with 383 viewsNo9

Good point made on the radio this morning on 14:45 - Jan 18 by jjblue84

Just rouge white and blue ones...!


Good for you
Let me know when you have decided
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 14:55 - Jan 18 with 376 viewsjjblue84

Good point made on the radio this morning on 14:49 - Jan 18 by No9

Good for you
Let me know when you have decided


Maybe ask someone who’s interested, now you’ve lost the law debate!
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 15:00 - Jan 18 with 370 viewsm14_blue

Good point made on the radio this morning on 14:45 - Jan 18 by jjblue84

Just rouge white and blue ones...!


To be fair that’s pretty good.
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 15:11 - Jan 18 with 359 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

Good point made on the radio this morning on 11:54 - Jan 18 by No9

Ah, you don't understand international law - OK


Are you a fan of international law protecting the interests of multinationals over those of nations?

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WTF on 15:19 - Jan 18 with 348 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

WTF on 09:17 - Jan 17 by Dyland

Silly cvtns


Would be a terrible shame to allow this bunch of nobs to hijack the yellow vest momentum! Vive La France!

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Good point made on the radio this morning on 15:21 - Jan 18 with 345 viewsHerbivore

Good point made on the radio this morning on 15:00 - Jan 18 by m14_blue

To be fair that’s pretty good.


Pretty sure it was just a typo.

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Good point made on the radio this morning on 15:27 - Jan 18 with 339 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

Good point made on the radio this morning on 15:21 - Jan 18 by Herbivore

Pretty sure it was just a typo.


Well the joke would be a bit flat without it!

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Good point made on the radio this morning on 15:46 - Jan 18 with 327 viewsHerbivore

Good point made on the radio this morning on 15:27 - Jan 18 by BanksterDebtSlave

Well the joke would be a bit flat without it!


I don't think he was making a joke, mate. He's just a bit dim-witted.

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Good point made on the radio this morning on 16:19 - Jan 18 with 312 viewsNo9

Good point made on the radio this morning on 15:11 - Jan 18 by BanksterDebtSlave

Are you a fan of international law protecting the interests of multinationals over those of nations?


Well the UK has done a pretty good job of protecting multinationals over the British people which will only get worse one we leave the EU
We will be in hock to the Americans won;t we?
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 16:20 - Jan 18 with 310 viewsNo9

Good point made on the radio this morning on 14:55 - Jan 18 by jjblue84

Maybe ask someone who’s interested, now you’ve lost the law debate!


Maybe when you visit the WTO website you will learn a few things?
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 16:39 - Jan 18 with 298 viewsjjblue84

Good point made on the radio this morning on 16:20 - Jan 18 by No9

Maybe when you visit the WTO website you will learn a few things?


Rules is rules, eh?
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 16:41 - Jan 18 with 297 viewsNo9

Good point made on the radio this morning on 16:39 - Jan 18 by jjblue84

Rules is rules, eh?


Er, if you enter into any agreement e.g to abide by the rules of the WTO it is governed by international law
You still haven't looked have you?
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 16:56 - Jan 18 with 284 viewsjjblue84

Good point made on the radio this morning on 16:41 - Jan 18 by No9

Er, if you enter into any agreement e.g to abide by the rules of the WTO it is governed by international law
You still haven't looked have you?


You mean international ‘rules’... get it yet??
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 17:00 - Jan 18 with 282 viewsmanchego

Good point made on the radio this morning on 18:17 - Jan 17 by gazzer1999

Money of course, do you not realise just how many billions we hand over to the EU in tariffs collected? it makes the £350 million on the side of the bus look like small potatoes. Thats the real reason they want us to stay, they are frightened of losing over £20 Billion in tariffs + all our other money every year.
Get real it always come down to the money!


71% of CBI member businesses report that the UK’s membership of the EU has had an overall positive impact on their business, including 67% of SME members. Only 13% said there had been a negative impact. Overall,78% said they would vote to remain in the EU in a referendum, with 77% of SME’s taking the same position.
A CBI literature review suggests that the net benefit of EU membership to the UK could be in the region of 4-5% of GDP or £62bn-£78bn a year – roughly the economies of the North East and Northern Ireland taken together.
Access to a $16.6 trillion a year Single Market of 500m people is the key benefit

UK firms’ access to the Single Market goes beyond a standard free-trade agreement - the EU has eliminated tariff barriers and customs procedures within its borders, and has taken strides towards removing non-tariff barriers - such as different product regulations - by enforcing EU-wide competition law and coordinating product regulations.
76% of CBI members say that the ability to freely buy and sell products in the EU has had a positive impact on their business, including 74% of SMEs.
It has been estimated that UK trade with some countries in Europe could have increased by as much as 50% as a result of EU membership.
The Single Market also underpins access to European supply chains. In 2009 $207bn of the UK’s total of $293bn of exports to the rest of the EU27 was used as inputs to industries, rather than being consumed directly; and the UK imported $161bn of intermediates from the EU27 in 2009. Imported intermediates are important even to domestically-focused sectors: the health & social care sector used $19bn of imported intermediates (principally of pharmaceuticals and other chemicals).

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Good point made on the radio this morning on 17:02 - Jan 18 with 277 viewsm14_blue

Good point made on the radio this morning on 15:46 - Jan 18 by Herbivore

I don't think he was making a joke, mate. He's just a bit dim-witted.


With the new found spirit of reconciliation I’ve seen in our PM, I’m giving the benefit of the doubt.
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 17:08 - Jan 18 with 272 viewsNo9

Good point made on the radio this morning on 16:56 - Jan 18 by jjblue84

You mean international ‘rules’... get it yet??


No 'Law', any agreement or treaty within the rules will be covered by international law, that is what you need to understand.
Just as any contracts or agreements betweeen parties are covered by law maybe in either country that is party to the contract or agreement.
If it involves loans then the lender may decide which laegal system has jurisdiction and may even require as is current in some countries, ADR
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Good point made on the radio this morning on 17:17 - Jan 18 with 256 viewsjjblue84

Good point made on the radio this morning on 17:08 - Jan 18 by No9

No 'Law', any agreement or treaty within the rules will be covered by international law, that is what you need to understand.
Just as any contracts or agreements betweeen parties are covered by law maybe in either country that is party to the contract or agreement.
If it involves loans then the lender may decide which laegal system has jurisdiction and may even require as is current in some countries, ADR


Keep saying it, you might even believe yourself...
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