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Support british farmers or lose them .I watch country file every week and have noticed our farmers are having a hard time .Our rules and regulations are so strict their finding it hard to compete with the rest of the world .
If we dont support them we will lose them gauranteed .I buy british when ever I can and always check before buying when shopping , just check the label most times you will see a small british flag or ask if your unsure .If you want to be sure use your local farm shop or veg and fruit shops and your local butcher , they will always know where their stock is sourced .Yes its not as cheap but garanteed british .If you want brexit to work we can all do our bit so think positive and support this great country or lose it as well .You laugh its no joke immigrtion can do that the mayor of london is an example . We could land up with a foreign government even though its base would be westminister .
CynicGirl · 26-30, F
they totally deserve what whatever they have coming... they were one of the highest demographics that voted for the brexit... and now they loose all the benefits from the EU...

fucking morons
CynicGirl · 26-30, F
[@379861,Sharon] thank you, someone gets it
[@470110,Rhodesianman] No, I am just asking if the UK is shut out by other countries in the way you want the UK to shut them out, isn't that perfectly fine, since their patriotism is part of their sovereignty, just like the UK's is part of its sovereignty?

Reciprocity, right?
ArtieKat · 61-69, M
[@379797,CynicGirl] Presumably you heard that Michel Barnier addressed the European Parliament earlier today and told then in no uncertain terms that the EU are now prepared to compromise on three key policy areas (previously set in tablets of stone) to get the UK back to the negotiating table..... Of course the EU don't need a trade deal with the UK.
Nunos50 · 56-60, M
What has Sadiq Khan to do with any of this? He's no immigrant, even to London he was born in Tooting I believe.

British lamb is not good if you're considering the environment, we feed our sheep on such poor grazing they are fed year round with oil based foodstuffs etc so actually New Zealand lamb shipped here frozen is better for the environment than most British lamb.

Also 60% of British Lamb is exported to France and will be 40% more expensive after 1st January but that's no deal for you.

Defra have a plan... Pay sheep farmers to plant trees rather than graze sheep to help us meet our carbon zero deadline.
Nunos50 · 56-60, M
[@470110,Rhodesianman] no you're a racist which your potentially offensive username should have tipped me off.
Rhodesianman · 56-60, M
[@14688,Nunos50] Proves your ignorance .
Nunos50 · 56-60, M
[@470110,Rhodesianman] you use a username with the name I'd a country known for apartheid and containing the name of a name who was a colonialist who's occupied large parts of Western Africa and who is a symbol of white oppression against Africans. Just put yourself in other people's position for a second.

Sadiq was born in Tooting he's British abd Londoner. Boris on the other hand was born in New York and he was until 2015 holding dual nationality. Who's more British? This is a rhetorical question but I'm posing to look at your starting position.
Rhodesianman · 56-60, M
[@14688,Nunos50] He is a what the british would call a foreign immigrant .What I was pointing out and cant believe I am having to point out is the fact that if we are not careful we will land up with blacks , indians , arabs ,chinese Japanese etc as our government and not a genuine white british face among them .What I am saying is british white people could land up being the small minority in britain.
Rhodesianman · 56-60, M
[@14688,Nunos50] Never say not in your lifetime or your kids change can happen pretty quick just look back on the last 60/70 years alot and I mean alot has changed .
Nunos50 · 56-60, M
[@470110,Rhodesianman] 4.4% to even something like 32% to ensure a majority government is returned? Can't visualise it at all
Rhodesianman · 56-60, M
[@14688,Nunos50] Thats what everyone thinks till it happens .Africa is a prime example .Take my home country for instance it took nearly 100 years to build to self sufficiency and in just over 5 short years it was bankrupt , its citizens living in poverty etc the same happened in South Africa it went from being one of the most successful countries in africa to one of the worst with the highest crime rate in the world in under ten years .It happens all it needs is things to fall in place and you can turn the world on its head .China is slowly taking over the whole of africa so rapidly its frightening and could become a real superpower so never say never .
Harriet03 · 36-40, F
You never see a farmer on a bike!!
Rhodesianman · 56-60, M
[@763897,Harriet03] Maybe not but most of their machinery does not belong to them its hired from large companies as needed .Any vehicles they have are either on HP or older vehicles their not as well off as you think they literally like living hand to mouth their outgoings are huge and alot of time they are making less than is going out Its hard to make money modern farming when you have a public who want everything for nothing .
Mrpdavies · 56-60, M
They said they didn't like EU rules and the single market (Thatcher's creation) and voted for Brexit. I don't owe them anything. They can take their chances on the global market and I hope the government stops subsidising them. No other industry is subsidised in that way.

 
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