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More than 50,000 EU laws introduced in the UK over last 25 years highlights scale of challenge facing lawmakers following ‘Brexit’

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majorp
majorp
yesterday at 11:15

The question as I see it. What are the others thinking if there was a no deal and would they let it happen. I don't think so, as most of them have more to lose than we do. Who are we talking too in the negotiations, is it the EU as a whole or individual countries leaders or both?

see planning applications 18/01801/FUL and 18/01802/FUL

I believe it was a European Court of Justice ruling that stopped part-time workers being treated less favourably than full-time ones. I can remember when part-time workers were not allowed to join company pension schemes simply and only because they worked part-time. And the majority of part-time workers were........... women! Is it still the case that women are more likely to work-part ...

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Lynne
Lynne
yesterday at 07:53

A No Deal Brexit is a lose/lose outcome. So of course both sides are looking for a deal which disrupts as little as possible and to get to as near a win/win situation as is possible given all the issues involved. But that could take more time than the March 2019 deadline allows for. Click on this link for a synopsis of what May is proposing ...

Reopen the okehampton line ,you cannot avoid or beat nature.

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General Discussion
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majorp
majorp
yesterday at 03:14

The findings is sure to bolster the view among Brexiteers that there may be divisions on the EU side that can be exploited to Britain’s advantage in Phase 2 of the negotiations, which are due to start within weeks. So far, the EU has demonstrated rock-solid unity over the three divorce issues of citizens’ rights, the Brexit bill and the Northern Irish border. But that may be harder to sustain when ...

yesterday at 03:09

Complete speclation by Lostit. It is all might, if's and maybe's. It is now that matters. SO HOW DO WE GET OUT? We have more bargaining power that many of the other countries that are still in the EU. Our fisheries policy is scaring many who roam around in our waters freely now, but won't be able too when we leave There are many others that depend heavily on what we buy from them and are scared ...

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=dinner+lady+ecj+council&safe=off&client=opera&hs=ceB&channel=suggest&hl=en&sa=X&as_q=&spell=1&ved=0ahUKEwiEmd2qj9reAhWKGuwKHZk4CecQBQgRKAA Well worth read.

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Lostit
Lostit
2 days ago

^^