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Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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Hammer and Pickle 12:33 Sun Jan 24
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I'd say what is extraordinary is that anyone could be surprised by this.

goose 12:18 Sun Jan 24
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
From the guardian:

“ In an extraordinary twist to the Brexit saga, UK small businesses are being told by advisers working for the Department for International Trade (DIT) that the best way to circumvent border issues and VAT problems that have been piling up since 1 January is to register new firms within the EU single market, from where they can distribute their goods far more freely.”

, 3:33 Sat Jan 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
I asked the question wrongly but Willtell has answered my query regarding what are the limits compared to being in the CU.

Westside 2:05 Sat Jan 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
The amounts you bring in from the EU will still be DUTY PAID. Admittedly at the lower levels you describe.

Duty FREE allowances, haven't changed

Willtell 1:44 Sat Jan 23
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I don't believe you're correct Westside...

"Booze cruise: UK lays out post-Brexit limits on French wine, beer and spirits
Stocking up on alcohol will be a somewhat different affair post-Brexit.

It's been a cherished British tradition for many years, leading to huge wine sales in northern France and even inspiring a TV drama, but post-Brexit the booze cruise will be greatly curtailed.

Once the Brexit transition period ends on December 31st, there will be much tighter limits on the amount of alcohol and tobacco people can bring into the UK from EU countries.

While bringing back a few bottles as holiday souvenirs will still be allowed, the days of driving to the Calais hypermarché and filling the car with cases of wine and beer will shortly end.

Under the new rules, the following personal allowances have been laid out by the UK government.

As under the old system, these apply only to people bringing in goods for their personal use - anyone who intends to sell on their haul comes under the rule for businesses.

After January 1st 2021 you will be allowed to bring into the UK from the EU;

42 litres of beer
18 litres (24 standard bottles) of still wine
4 litres of spirits OR 9 litres (12 bottles) of sparkling wine, fortified wine or any alcoholic beverage less than 22% ABV
There will also be limits on the amount of tobacco you can bring into the UK

200 cigarettes OR
100 cigarillos OR
50 cigars OR
250g tobacco OR
200 sticks of tobacco for heating
or any proportional combination of the above
And it's not just booze and tobacco that will be subject to limits, there will also be a monetary limit on all other goods bought abroad being imported into the UK, so if you intend to hit the designer boutiques of Paris you should limit your purchases.

The value limit is £390 (roughly €430) on goods other than alcohol and tobacco - although it's not totally clear how that will be enforced."

Westside 1:33 Sat Jan 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
What’s our duty free allowance now?

Same as its always been.

When bringing in fags, booze etc, from EU countries, when we were in the EU, it was all duty paid.

Willtell 1:18 Sat Jan 23
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Back in the 90's I helped a motorcycle racer doing the European Supersport Championship - a support class to World SuperBikes.

He and his dad used to buy crates of booze they left in sight but also hid thousands of cartons of cigarettes. They tended to get waved through customs or a cursory inspection of the lorry which was full of bikes and workshop equipment.

They used to make thousands of pounds out of it as a side line affair to being a professional racer...

Nurse Ratched 12:48 Sat Jan 23
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I went on a 'booze cruise' to France and Belgium with a group of friends and friends-of-friends, about 20 years ago. Landed at Calais and drove in a transit van around to various warehouses in France and Belgium. I was just there to make up the numbers so the bloke organising it (I didn't know him) could say it was all for personal use, divided between us. Though to be fair we all did buy crates and bottles for our personal use as well, so it wasn't an outright lie. Calais is a fucking horrible place, but the day we were there their local football team were in a cup final or some other important match, so the town was decked out. People were walking the streets with giant poodles dyed yellow, red and dark grey. I was amused. I had thought the French poodle thing was a stereotype. They look better dyed multicoloured.

Willtell 12:31 Sat Jan 23
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, 11:52 Sat Jan 23
"What’s our duty free allowance now?"

Academic as you're banned from travelling Comma...

Google is your friend.

Side of Ham 11:57 Sat Jan 23
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Could be a vote changer that one.....

, 11:52 Sat Jan 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
What’s our duty free allowance now?

Nurse Ratched 11:50 Sat Jan 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
I'm reserving judgment till I hear if anybody managed to get served a coffee in Pret.

Kaiser Zoso 11:32 Sat Jan 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
To be fair, I wouldn't have thought anyone voting Leave in 2016 could have imagined that as a consequence, a few shelves in M&S in Paris would be empty?

Nurse Ratched 11:11 Sat Jan 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
Hmm, but there's also the Percy Pigs tragedy...

Kaiser Zoso 10:56 Sat Jan 23
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
A woman has been charged £80 on some clothes she ordered, according to the site half wit, somewhere below.

Not sure if that’s sufficient reason to call the whole thing off and start the process to rejoin, though

Mike Oxsaw 10:26 Sat Jan 23
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Quite hard to see from where I am, but three weeks into freedom, has the UK sky fallen in yet, taking house prices with it?

Has Brexit thrown millions out of work, over and above Covid?

Are the shops bereft of fresh lemons and thousands of lorries backed up at the channel ports?

We need to know!!!

Cabbage Savage 10:49 Fri Jan 22
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
only1billybonds 10:41 Fri Jan 22


thank you firend

only1billybonds 10:41 Fri Jan 22
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Sav son.

You are indeed a fine looking fellow.

I think our friend after 8 would take a shine to you.

Hammer and Pickle 10:35 Fri Jan 22
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🦇🦇🦇🦇🦇🦇shit mental

Cabbage Savage 10:28 Fri Jan 22
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
pickle remeber when you do the darnse of the angree penis (old village kustom) at you & mrs pickle wedding party?

and you not mayk the penis angry.

Even when mrs pickle bend ova and show her
pęknięcie.... still no.

But then Jakub show you foto of donkee....

Hammer and Pickle 10:14 Fri Jan 22
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You're absolutely bat-shit mental doolally, Ratched.

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