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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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Mike Oxsaw 6:07 Mon Jun 24
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Not sure there's a big demand for English wine in the whole world, let alone Japan; their whiskies challenge the top Scotches for quality, so nothing open there.

That leaves being able to shift a few extra Dairyleas in exchange for putting the whole of Sunderland on the dole.

Way to fucking go.

Hammer and Pickle 5:48 Mon Jun 24
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The Japan is a mainly a market for EU agricultural products like wine and cheese.

However, here's a summary of the EPA

The Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA ) has entered into force on 1 February 2019. The negotiations on the trade agreement started in 2013 and were finalised on 8 December 2017, followed by approval procedures in the EU and Japan.

The EPA has eliminated or reduced tariffs and non-tariff measures compared to the situation with no agreement Where needed, transitional periods for tariff reductions were agreed. The EU has liberalised 99% of tariff lines and Japan 97% of tariff lines, and concessions were agreed in terms of tariff rate quotas or tariff reductions on not yet liberalised tariffs. This will save companies of both sides substantial amounts when trading goods on the bilateral market. Wherever possible, import procedures were simplified for a wide range of products. The removal of non-tariff measures in areas such as import procedures or technical regulations has opened new business opportunities. Standards and technical regulations are based on international standards to the greatest possible extent. However, the agreement will not lower safety standards or require parties to change their domestic policy choices on matters such as for example the use of hormones or genetically modified organisms.

The agreement makes it easier for companies of both Parties to provide services and offers greater mobility for company employees to perform their work on the spot. The EPA contains a number of provisions that apply horizontally to all trade in services, such as a provision to reaffirm the Parties’ right to regulate. The right of authorities remains to keep public services public and will not force governments to privatise or deregulate public services, for example in the sectors of healthcare, education and water. Specific commitments were agreed in service sectors, including postal and courier services, telecommunication, maritime transport services or financial services.

only1billybonds 5:34 Mon Jun 24
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DVM.

Looking at his most recent posts i'd suggest he is having bleach intraveniously dripped into his system. Must be warming himself up for Tuesday.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 5:34 Mon Jun 24
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Hammer and Pickle 4:34 Mon Jun 24

' A UK manufacturer inside the EU SM now has the Japanese market open to its trade.'

No. It doesn't. Only if it is a manufacturer of wine or soft cheese.

Hammer and Pickle 5:27 Mon Jun 24
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Do you find it annoying when another bird gets the attention, Ken?

Hammer and Pickle 5:26 Mon Jun 24
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I'm perfectly sober.

Anyway, even if I was wankered you Muppets have lost the argument again.

It's all there for anyone to read.

Lee Trundle 5:21 Mon Jun 24
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Everyday's a BOOZEday for Pickled.

Dwight Van Mann 5:21 Mon Jun 24
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only1billybonds 5:17 Mon Jun 24
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Tuesday already?


In Pickle's home it's always Boozeday Tuesday.

only1billybonds 5:17 Mon Jun 24
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Tuesday already?

Dwight Van Mann 5:16 Mon Jun 24
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Jaan Kenbrovin 4:54 Mon Jun 24


TLE is infatuated with an Eastern European bird - that's all you need to know.

mashed in maryland 5:09 Mon Jun 24
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"you really ought to do one"

He's gone into threatening mode a little earlier than usual.

Pickled, u k hun? Xx

Hammer and Pickle 5:02 Mon Jun 24
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Actually, I'm not the one avoiding the question and yes, you really ought to do one.

Prometheus50 4:58 Mon Jun 24
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H&P

evading the actual question

Is this because you have no evidence to support your claim ?

Hammer and Pickle 4:55 Mon Jun 24
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Troll50

I believe UK manufacturing will suffer immensely if the UK leaves the EU's SM as you insist it must in order to "honour" the referendum result.

Now, like I said before, would you kindly fuck off?

Jaan Kenbrovin 4:54 Mon Jun 24
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the last eastender 4:23 Mon Jun 24

Do you not understand the difference between controlled migration, and an open border with freedom of movement?

mashed in maryland 4:47 Mon Jun 24
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Missed the part where the Leave campaign said that Brexit would stop legal immigration from India.

Can you dig it up please tle? Thanks.

the last eastender 4:45 Mon Jun 24
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Trundle I dont have to tell you anything you silly boy.
Funny how a brexiter calls me a racist for pointing out an inconvenient truth.
Youre projecting arent you?
Being a brexiter theres a big whiff of racism and xenophobia about you isnt there be honest?

Prometheus50 4:43 Mon Jun 24
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H&P

The EU Single market was already open to Japanese car exports because the manufacture of them took place within the EU as the condition of them exporting tariff free

Surely even you accept that the EU Japan FTA, by allowing Japan to export tariff free from Japan will cost a large number of jobs in Europe ?

Surely even you realise that when Japan start exporting electric cars into the EU tariff free, that will further impact European manufacturing and jobs unless the EU erect a trade barrier

If you disagree, then provide evidence to back your assertion, which so far you have not done

Hammer and Pickle 4:40 Mon Jun 24
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Trundle wins the race to the bottom when it comes to Brexit thickos by a length.

At a canter.

Lee Trundle 4:40 Mon Jun 24
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Are you now going to prove to me you're not a RACIST by telling me dejam's your mate?

You disgust me.

the last eastender 4:38 Mon Jun 24
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A quick resort to the race card there, the ultimate weapon, the trump card, the ace, the win all debates by quoting racism you knee jerk moron.
I have nt got a problem with indians I just love the irony of it all.

Funny all those brexit muppets thinking this is being done for their benefits.
When you going to wake up?

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