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Stephen Cole
2021-01-10 09:12:25 UTC
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Brian, the first week of our total independence from the EU is now
complete, but I haven’t seen anything in the news about the NHS being given
that extra £350M that that bus said it would get every week. Have you heard
anything about it? When and where is the cheque being handed over?
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Brian Reay
2021-01-10 10:15:48 UTC
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Brian, the first week of our total independence from the EU is now
complete, but I haven’t seen anything in the news about the NHS being given
that extra £350M that that bus said it would get every week. Have you heard
anything about it? When and where is the cheque being handed over?
Fuck off dick.
pinnerite
2021-01-10 11:03:31 UTC
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Post by Stephen Cole
Brian, the first week of our total independence from the EU is now
complete, but I haven’t seen anything in the news about the NHS being given
that extra £350M that that bus said it would get every week. Have you heard
anything about it? When and where is the cheque being handed over?
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I noticed a huge amount of money shovelled at the NHS.

Aparently there is a pandemic.

Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members threatening to go their own way.
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Spike
2021-01-10 11:31:17 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
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Roger Hayter
2021-01-10 11:54:42 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
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Stephen Cole
2021-01-10 12:14:11 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
Careful, Rog. You know that facts and reality upset Burt.

Poor Old Burt.
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Spike
2021-01-10 12:18:18 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with which to treat
the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free from the bureaucracy of the
EU and so has been able to move more quickly. Only a day or two ago we
had vaccinated a million people in the same time that Germany had
vaccinated several hundred.
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Bernie
2021-01-10 13:31:31 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind
with members threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I
don't see that it would have made any difference.
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with which to
treat the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free from the bureaucracy
of the EU and so has been able to move more quickly.
Shoemenders, Burt.
Roger Hayter
2021-01-10 16:06:43 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind
with members threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I
don't see that it would have made any difference.
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with which to
treat the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free from the bureaucracy
of the EU and so has been able to move more quickly.
Shoemenders, Burt.
In fact the UK regulator was free under EU rules (which we were still
following at the time) to approve the vaccine when they did. The EU
authorities did it a few weeks later. It is quite pleasing that we achieved
that, but unaffected by EU membership.
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Dave Plowman (News)
2021-01-10 15:53:08 UTC
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The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with which to treat
the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free from the bureaucracy of the
EU and so has been able to move more quickly. Only a day or two ago we
had vaccinated a million people in the same time that Germany had
vaccinated several hundred.
A good Bexiteer. Still trying to persuade himself he made the right
decision. With any facts not let in the way.
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T i m
2021-01-10 16:29:59 UTC
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Post by Spike
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with which to treat
the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free from the bureaucracy of the
EU and so has been able to move more quickly. Only a day or two ago we
had vaccinated a million people in the same time that Germany had
vaccinated several hundred.
A good Bexiteer.
The only thing 'Spuke / Burk' is good at is being a (stupid /
pointless) troll.
Post by Dave Plowman (News)
Still trying to persuade himself he made the right
decision. With any facts not let in the way.
It's what they do. ;-(

But hey, it keeps them occupied and from harassing any other people.

Cheers, T i m
Stephen Cole
2021-01-10 16:39:13 UTC
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On Sun, 10 Jan 2021 15:53:08 +0000 (GMT), "Dave Plowman (News)"
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Post by Spike
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with which to treat
the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free from the bureaucracy of the
EU and so has been able to move more quickly. Only a day or two ago we
had vaccinated a million people in the same time that Germany had
vaccinated several hundred.
A good Bexiteer.
The only thing 'Spuke / Burk' is good at is being a (stupid /
pointless) troll.
Burt’s not even very good at that. He’s the thinnest skinned troll I’ve
ever encountered. It takes almost no effort to send him bouncing off the
walls in a blind, shrieking rage.
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T i m
2021-01-10 18:01:00 UTC
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On 10 Jan 2021 16:39:13 GMT, Stephen Cole
Post by T i m
On Sun, 10 Jan 2021 15:53:08 +0000 (GMT), "Dave Plowman (News)"
Post by Dave Plowman (News)
Post by Spike
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with which to treat
the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free from the bureaucracy of the
EU and so has been able to move more quickly. Only a day or two ago we
had vaccinated a million people in the same time that Germany had
vaccinated several hundred.
A good Bexiteer.
The only thing 'Spuke / Burk' is good at is being a (stupid /
pointless) troll.
Burt’s not even very good at that. He’s the thinnest skinned troll I’ve
ever encountered. It takes almost no effort to send him bouncing off the
walls in a blind, shrieking rage.
That's mostly why I've stopped replying to him (and his kind) a while
back, it could be considered 'cruel' if//as he's not well.

Cheers, T i m
Spike
2021-01-12 08:58:25 UTC
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The only thing 'Spuke / Burk' is good at is being a (stupid /
pointless) troll.
Burt�s not even very good at that. He�s the thinnest skinned troll I�ve
ever encountered. It takes almost no effort to send him bouncing off the
walls in a blind, shrieking rage.
That's mostly why I've stopped replying to him (and his kind) a while
back, it could be considered 'cruel' if//as he's not well.
I'm not suffering from lack of Vitamin B12, the symptoms of which should
be obvious to you. But thanks for your concern.
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Bernie
2021-01-10 19:11:23 UTC
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On 10 Jan 2021 16:39:13 GMT
Post by Stephen Cole
Post by T i m
On Sun, 10 Jan 2021 15:53:08 +0000 (GMT), "Dave Plowman (News)"
Post by Dave Plowman (News)
Post by Spike
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with which
to treat the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free from the
bureaucracy of the EU and so has been able to move more quickly.
Only a day or two ago we had vaccinated a million people in the
same time that Germany had vaccinated several hundred.
A good Bexiteer.
The only thing 'Spuke / Burk' is good at is being a (stupid /
pointless) troll.
Burt’s not even very good at that. He’s the thinnest skinned troll
I’ve ever encountered. It takes almost no effort to send him bouncing
off the walls in a blind, shrieking rage.
Gareth is the World Champion Shrieker, shirley?

Evans can have his skirts hitched up and be shrieking his fat head off
before you can say 'pretentious pretend polymath pillock'.
Stephen Cole
2021-01-11 07:04:59 UTC
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On 10 Jan 2021 16:39:13 GMT
Post by Stephen Cole
Post by T i m
On Sun, 10 Jan 2021 15:53:08 +0000 (GMT), "Dave Plowman (News)"
Post by Dave Plowman (News)
Post by Spike
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with which
to treat the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free from the
bureaucracy of the EU and so has been able to move more quickly.
Only a day or two ago we had vaccinated a million people in the
same time that Germany had vaccinated several hundred.
A good Bexiteer.
The only thing 'Spuke / Burk' is good at is being a (stupid /
pointless) troll.
Burt’s not even very good at that. He’s the thinnest skinned troll
I’ve ever encountered. It takes almost no effort to send him bouncing
off the walls in a blind, shrieking rage.
Gareth is the World Champion Shrieker, shirley?
Evans can have his skirts hitched up and be shrieking his fat head off
before you can say 'pretentious pretend polymath pillock'.
I wonder how much of a dramatic meltdown he’s going to have in the upcoming
RFD?
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Bernie
2021-01-11 08:01:43 UTC
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On 11 Jan 2021 07:04:59 GMT
Post by Stephen Cole
Post by T i m
On 10 Jan 2021 16:39:13 GMT
Post by Stephen Cole
Post by T i m
On Sun, 10 Jan 2021 15:53:08 +0000 (GMT), "Dave Plowman (News)"
Post by Dave Plowman (News)
Post by Spike
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with which
to treat the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free from the
bureaucracy of the EU and so has been able to move more quickly.
Only a day or two ago we had vaccinated a million people in the
same time that Germany had vaccinated several hundred.
A good Bexiteer.
The only thing 'Spuke / Burk' is good at is being a (stupid /
pointless) troll.
Burt’s not even very good at that. He’s the thinnest skinned troll
I’ve ever encountered. It takes almost no effort to send him
bouncing off the walls in a blind, shrieking rage.
Gareth is the World Champion Shrieker, shirley?
Evans can have his skirts hitched up and be shrieking his fat head
off before you can say 'pretentious pretend polymath pillock'.
I wonder how much of a dramatic meltdown he’s going to have in the
upcoming RFD?
Evans will try to make himself the centre of attention by shrieking
about you wanting to be the centre of attention - same old.

How's Burt going to get his wrecking kicks without speaking to you or
quoting you?
Stephen Cole
2021-01-11 14:29:12 UTC
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Post by Bernie
On 11 Jan 2021 07:04:59 GMT
Post by Stephen Cole
Post by T i m
On 10 Jan 2021 16:39:13 GMT
Post by Stephen Cole
Post by T i m
On Sun, 10 Jan 2021 15:53:08 +0000 (GMT), "Dave Plowman (News)"
Post by Dave Plowman (News)
Post by Spike
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with which
to treat the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free from the
bureaucracy of the EU and so has been able to move more quickly.
Only a day or two ago we had vaccinated a million people in the
same time that Germany had vaccinated several hundred.
A good Bexiteer.
The only thing 'Spuke / Burk' is good at is being a (stupid /
pointless) troll.
Burt’s not even very good at that. He’s the thinnest skinned troll
I’ve ever encountered. It takes almost no effort to send him
bouncing off the walls in a blind, shrieking rage.
Gareth is the World Champion Shrieker, shirley?
Evans can have his skirts hitched up and be shrieking his fat head
off before you can say 'pretentious pretend polymath pillock'.
I wonder how much of a dramatic meltdown he’s going to have in the
upcoming RFD?
Evans will try to make himself the centre of attention by shrieking
about you wanting to be the centre of attention - same old.
How's Burt going to get his wrecking kicks without speaking to you or
quoting you?
I always look forward to seeing how badly Burt manages to tie himself in
knots, his recent unbalanced behaviour suggests we’re in for a real treat
of a deranged pantomime. Poor Old Burt.
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Bernie
2021-01-17 17:50:19 UTC
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On Mon, 11 Jan 2021 08:01:43 +0000
Post by Bernie
On 11 Jan 2021 07:04:59 GMT
Post by Stephen Cole
Post by T i m
On 10 Jan 2021 16:39:13 GMT
Post by Stephen Cole
Post by T i m
On Sun, 10 Jan 2021 15:53:08 +0000 (GMT), "Dave Plowman (News)"
Post by Dave Plowman (News)
Post by Spike
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with
which to treat the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free
from the bureaucracy of the EU and so has been able to move
more quickly. Only a day or two ago we had vaccinated a
million people in the same time that Germany had vaccinated
several hundred.
A good Bexiteer.
The only thing 'Spuke / Burk' is good at is being a (stupid /
pointless) troll.
Burt’s not even very good at that. He’s the thinnest skinned
troll I’ve ever encountered. It takes almost no effort to send
him bouncing off the walls in a blind, shrieking rage.
Gareth is the World Champion Shrieker, shirley?
Evans can have his skirts hitched up and be shrieking his fat head
off before you can say 'pretentious pretend polymath pillock'.
I wonder how much of a dramatic meltdown he’s going to have in the
upcoming RFD?
Evans will try to make himself the centre of attention by shrieking
about you wanting to be the centre of attention - same old.
Well, that prediction came good pretty quickly.
Post by Bernie
How's Burt going to get his wrecking kicks without speaking to you or
quoting you?
TBA
Stephen Cole
2021-01-17 19:25:11 UTC
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On Mon, 11 Jan 2021 08:01:43 +0000
Post by Bernie
On 11 Jan 2021 07:04:59 GMT
Post by Stephen Cole
Post by T i m
On 10 Jan 2021 16:39:13 GMT
Post by Stephen Cole
Post by T i m
On Sun, 10 Jan 2021 15:53:08 +0000 (GMT), "Dave Plowman (News)"
Post by Dave Plowman (News)
Post by Spike
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with
which to treat the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free
from the bureaucracy of the EU and so has been able to move
more quickly. Only a day or two ago we had vaccinated a
million people in the same time that Germany had vaccinated
several hundred.
A good Bexiteer.
The only thing 'Spuke / Burk' is good at is being a (stupid /
pointless) troll.
Burt’s not even very good at that. He’s the thinnest skinned
troll I’ve ever encountered. It takes almost no effort to send
him bouncing off the walls in a blind, shrieking rage.
Gareth is the World Champion Shrieker, shirley?
Evans can have his skirts hitched up and be shrieking his fat head
off before you can say 'pretentious pretend polymath pillock'.
I wonder how much of a dramatic meltdown he’s going to have in the
upcoming RFD?
Evans will try to make himself the centre of attention by shrieking
about you wanting to be the centre of attention - same old.
Well, that prediction came good pretty quickly.
A mere 26 minutes after the RFD was posted, too. Gareth must have been like
a cat on hot tin roof all week waiting for it to appear!
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Bernie
2021-01-17 20:26:50 UTC
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On 17 Jan 2021 19:25:11 GMT
Post by Stephen Cole
Post by Bernie
On Mon, 11 Jan 2021 08:01:43 +0000
Post by Bernie
On 11 Jan 2021 07:04:59 GMT
Post by Stephen Cole
Post by T i m
On 10 Jan 2021 16:39:13 GMT
Post by Stephen Cole
Post by T i m
On Sun, 10 Jan 2021 15:53:08 +0000 (GMT), "Dave Plowman (News)"
Post by Dave Plowman (News)
Post by Spike
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with
which to treat the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free
from the bureaucracy of the EU and so has been able to move
more quickly. Only a day or two ago we had vaccinated a
million people in the same time that Germany had vaccinated
several hundred.
A good Bexiteer.
The only thing 'Spuke / Burk' is good at is being a (stupid /
pointless) troll.
Burt’s not even very good at that. He’s the thinnest skinned
troll I’ve ever encountered. It takes almost no effort to send
him bouncing off the walls in a blind, shrieking rage.
Gareth is the World Champion Shrieker, shirley?
Evans can have his skirts hitched up and be shrieking his fat
head off before you can say 'pretentious pretend polymath
pillock'.
I wonder how much of a dramatic meltdown he’s going to have in the
upcoming RFD?
Evans will try to make himself the centre of attention by shrieking
about you wanting to be the centre of attention - same old.
Well, that prediction came good pretty quickly.
A mere 26 minutes after the RFD was posted, too. Gareth must have
been like a cat on hot tin roof all week waiting for it to appear!
It's a properly demented response, too. Like a load of old soft toys in
a tumble-drier - all fluff and hot air.

Poor Old Gareth.

Ian Jackson
2021-01-10 21:30:24 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
The EU has been glacially slow in approving vaccines with which to treat
the pandemic, whereas the UK has been free from the bureaucracy of the
EU and so has been able to move more quickly. Only a day or two ago we
had vaccinated a million people in the same time that Germany had
vaccinated several hundred.
AIUI, the EU does prefer to do such things 'as one'. However, as I think
has already been pointed out, it appears that if it's urgent, individual
members can do their own approval of drugs and the like. If so, then
even if we'd still been a 'pre-Brexit member' of the EU, it would have
made no difference to our ability to give prompt approval to the
vaccine(s) for use in the UK.
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alan_m
2021-01-10 13:47:17 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
Wasn't the criticism in the early days of the pandemic that the UK was
not participating in the measures/purchasing policies that the EU were
negotiating for its member states?
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The Natural Philosopher
2021-01-10 14:10:04 UTC
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Post by Spike
  Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with
members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
we were not wholly subject to EU rules.
Post by alan_m
Wasn't the criticism in the early days of the pandemic that the UK was
not participating in the measures/purchasing policies that the EU were
negotiating for its member states?
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Roger Hayter
2021-01-10 16:11:04 UTC
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On 10 Jan 2021 at 14:10:04 GMT, "The Natural Philosopher"
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Post by alan_m
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Spike
  Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with
members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
we were not wholly subject to EU rules.
Well let's get to the point and eliminate that prevarication. There is an EU
rule that says any EU country can unilaterally approve a medicine for urgent
reasons. Several other EU countries considered doing so, and chose not to.
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Post by alan_m
Wasn't the criticism in the early days of the pandemic that the UK was
not participating in the measures/purchasing policies that the EU were
negotiating for its member states?
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Dave Plowman (News)
2021-01-11 14:29:28 UTC
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Well let's get to the point and eliminate that prevarication. There is
an EU rule that says any EU country can unilaterally approve a medicine
for urgent reasons. Several other EU countries considered doing so, and
chose not to.
This can't be true. Every country in the EU is forced to be identical in
every way. Unless the Brexiteers lied.
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Radio Man
2021-01-12 12:17:36 UTC
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Well let's get to the point and eliminate that prevarication. There is
an EU rule that says any EU country can unilaterally approve a medicine
for urgent reasons. Several other EU countries considered doing so, and
chose not to.
This can't be true. Every country in the EU is forced to be identical in
every way. Unless the Brexiteers lied.
Roger is being economical with the truth. The EU are furious Germany has
gone it alone over the vaccine which is unusual normally breaches by
favoured countries are simply ignored. The difference here is others are
also doing it and the EU is in danger of falling apart. The Eurocrats see
their reign threatened as other countries contemplate following the UK out
of the EU. I have relatives in Italy and during a Skype call over Christmas
they mentioned the Italians want out. My walking friend has a German wife.
Her family tell her much the same the average German wants out.
alan_m
2021-01-13 23:12:01 UTC
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Post by Dave Plowman (News)
Post by Roger Hayter
Well let's get to the point and eliminate that prevarication. There is
an EU rule that says any EU country can unilaterally approve a medicine
for urgent reasons. Several other EU countries considered doing so, and
chose not to.
This can't be true. Every country in the EU is forced to be identical in
every way. Unless the Brexiteers lied.
Roger is being economical with the truth. The EU are furious Germany has
gone it alone over the vaccine which is unusual normally breaches by
favoured countries are simply ignored. The difference here is others are
also doing it and the EU is in danger of falling apart. The Eurocrats see
their reign threatened as other countries contemplate following the UK out
of the EU. I have relatives in Italy and during a Skype call over Christmas
they mentioned the Italians want out. My walking friend has a German wife.
Her family tell her much the same the average German wants out.
I wonder if the pandemic debt mountains are going to dramatically change
the way the EU is going to work. I cannot see German tax payers wanting
to bail out the southern European basket cases when they themselves
probably have large job loses and their government has a huge national
debt to finance from increased taxes.
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Rod Speed
2021-01-10 16:48:43 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
Wasn't the criticism in the early days of the pandemic that the UK was not
participating in the measures/purchasing policies that the EU were
negotiating for its member states?
Yes, but it didn’t get a worse result because of that.
Peeler
2021-01-10 16:58:32 UTC
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<FLUSH the trolling senile asshole's latest trollshit unread>

03:48??? And it's trolling time for you already, you abnormal senile
Australian pig?
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Andy Bennet
2021-01-10 16:01:58 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
Ummm ... we actually left the EU 1 year ago
Roger Hayter
2021-01-10 16:17:25 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
Ummm ... we actually left the EU 1 year ago
And agreed to follow EU rules for a 'transitional' year. In this particular
respect other EU rules were free to do as we did re vaccine approval.
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Spike
2021-01-10 16:28:12 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
Ummm ... we actually left the EU 1 year ago
And agreed to follow EU rules for a 'transitional' year. In this particular
respect other EU rules were free to do as we did re vaccine approval.
There are suggestions that the Supreme Soviet didn't want a piecemeal
response, and so elbowed individual countries into a collective
approach. It was this that was responsible for the EUSSR's glacial speed
at a time of crisis.
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Roger Hayter
2021-01-10 16:57:51 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
Ummm ... we actually left the EU 1 year ago
And agreed to follow EU rules for a 'transitional' year. In this particular
respect other EU rules were free to do as we did re vaccine approval.
There are suggestions that the Supreme Soviet didn't want a piecemeal
response, and so elbowed individual countries into a collective
approach. It was this that was responsible for the EUSSR's glacial speed
at a time of crisis.
But contrary to the apparent beliefs of mad conspiracy theorists, the EU
Commission wouldn't be in a position to tell independent (sovereign!) members
not to do something which the rules permitted, even if the Commission for some
unaccountable reason wanted to. It may come as unwelcome real-world news to
you that the EU is run by its member states. So the "suggestions" are made by
liars and nationalist wreckers.
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Spike
2021-01-11 11:27:19 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
Ummm ... we actually left the EU 1 year ago
And agreed to follow EU rules for a 'transitional' year. In this particular
respect other EU rules were free to do as we did re vaccine approval.
There are suggestions that the Supreme Soviet didn't want a piecemeal
response, and so elbowed individual countries into a collective
approach. It was this that was responsible for the EUSSR's glacial speed
at a time of crisis.
But contrary to the apparent beliefs of mad conspiracy theorists, the EU
Commission wouldn't be in a position to tell independent (sovereign!) members
not to do something which the rules permitted, even if the Commission for some
unaccountable reason wanted to. It may come as unwelcome real-world news to
you that the EU is run by its member states. So the "suggestions" are made by
liars and nationalist wreckers.
If that were true, it would be laughable.
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Bernie
2021-01-11 12:47:20 UTC
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Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Spike
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Andy Bennet
On 10 Jan 2021 at 11:31:17 GMT, "Spike"
Post by Spike
Post by pinnerite
Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way
behind with members threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU
rules I don't see that it would have made any difference.
Ummm ... we actually left the EU 1 year ago
And agreed to follow EU rules for a 'transitional' year. In
this particular respect other EU rules were free to do as we did
re vaccine approval.
There are suggestions that the Supreme Soviet didn't want a
piecemeal response, and so elbowed individual countries into a
collective approach. It was this that was responsible for the
EUSSR's glacial speed at a time of crisis.
But contrary to the apparent beliefs of mad conspiracy theorists,
the EU Commission wouldn't be in a position to tell independent
(sovereign!) members not to do something which the rules permitted,
even if the Commission for some unaccountable reason wanted to. It
may come as unwelcome real-world news to you that the EU is run by
its member states. So the "suggestions" are made by liars and
nationalist wreckers.
If that were true, it would be laughable.
You always make me laugh, Burt.
Roger Hayter
2021-01-11 19:53:17 UTC
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Post by Spike
Post by pinnerite
Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with
members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
Ummm ... we actually left the EU 1 year ago
And agreed to follow EU rules for a 'transitional' year. In this particular
respect other EU rules were free to do as we did re vaccine approval.
There are suggestions that the Supreme Soviet didn't want a piecemeal
response, and so elbowed individual countries into a collective
approach. It was this that was responsible for the EUSSR's glacial speed
at a time of crisis.
But contrary to the apparent beliefs of mad conspiracy theorists, the EU
Commission wouldn't be in a position to tell independent (sovereign!) members
not to do something which the rules permitted, even if the Commission for some
unaccountable reason wanted to. It may come as unwelcome real-world news to
you that the EU is run by its member states. So the "suggestions" are made by
liars and nationalist wreckers.
If that were true, it would be laughable.
Well yes; that sort of anti-EU propaganda is laughable; and you just
supported it. Your point is?
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Spike
2021-01-12 09:08:05 UTC
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Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Spike
Post by pinnerite
Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with
members threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
Ummm ... we actually left the EU 1 year ago
And agreed to follow EU rules for a 'transitional' year. In this particular
respect other EU rules were free to do as we did re vaccine approval.
There are suggestions that the Supreme Soviet didn't want a piecemeal
response, and so elbowed individual countries into a collective
approach. It was this that was responsible for the EUSSR's glacial speed
at a time of crisis.
But contrary to the apparent beliefs of mad conspiracy theorists, the EU
Commission wouldn't be in a position to tell independent (sovereign!) members
not to do something which the rules permitted, even if the Commission for
some unaccountable reason wanted to. It may come as unwelcome real-world news to
you that the EU is run by its member states. So the "suggestions" are made
by liars and nationalist wreckers.
If that were true, it would be laughable.
Well yes; that sort of anti-EU propaganda is laughable; and you just
supported it. Your point is?
I take it you've never made a study of the EUSSR and how it operates,
and it's even less likely that you've drawn parallels between it and the
Soviet Union.

When the then General Secretary said "If you leave, we will hurt you",
he was referring to the EUSSR as a whole, not to a particular country.
How do you suppose that might have come about? Can you see anything
happening now that might be a manifestation of such a threat?
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Fred
2021-01-10 17:04:36 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules I don't see
that it would have made any difference.
Ummm ... we actually left the EU 1 year ago
And agreed to follow EU rules for a 'transitional' year.
Nope.
Post by Roger Hayter
In this particular respect other EU rules were free to do as we did re
vaccine approval.
Peeler
2021-01-10 17:19:04 UTC
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On Mon, 11 Jan 2021 04:04:36 +1100, Fred, better known as cantankerous
trolling senile geezer Rodent Speed, wrote:

<FLUSH the trolling senile asshole's latest trollshit unread>
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Fred
2021-01-10 16:35:22 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with members
threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
Given that all that we did was while still subject to EU rules
No it wasn’t.
Post by Roger Hayter
I don't see that it would have made any difference.
More fool you.
Peeler
2021-01-10 16:59:44 UTC
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On Mon, 11 Jan 2021 03:35:22 +1100, Fred, better known as cantankerous
trolling senile geezer Rodent Speed, wrote:

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03:35??? LOL Is your unbearable LONELINESS not letting you sleep in again,
you despicable 86-year-old senile troll?
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Rod Speed is an entirely modern phenomenon. Essentially, Rod Speed
is an insecure and worthless individual who has discovered he can
enhance his own self-esteem in his own eyes by playing "the big, hard
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https://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/rod-speed-faq.2973853/
Stephen Cole
2021-01-10 12:14:12 UTC
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Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with
members threatening to go their own way.
Just think, we could have stayed in the EU and been as badly off as them.
I see that your cross-post filter is still broken then, Burt.
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Dave Plowman (News)
2021-01-10 12:36:23 UTC
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Aparently there is a pandemic.
Our response to it may not be great but the EU is way behind with
members threatening to go their own way.
I take it Trump is now posting here?

Only Belgium and Italy are ahead of us in deaths per million overall, of
comparable countries, and we are catching them up fast.
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Fredxx
2021-01-10 14:45:28 UTC
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Post by Stephen Cole
Brian, the first week of our total independence from the EU is now
complete, but I haven’t seen anything in the news about the NHS being given
that extra £350M that that bus said it would get every week. Have you heard
anything about it? When and where is the cheque being handed over?
My figures are that NHS expenditure on 2015/6 was £136.8b and
expenditure 2020/1 is estimated to be £201.7b.

This represents an increase of over £1b per week. That must therefore be
the Brexit dividend? You need to get out more.
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