“The British people didn´t vote for more red tape and costs...” | NEIL HALL - NGH sq - EFE - EFE
It was meant to reduce red tape...rather than add to it but a report yesterday from the Public Accounts Committee said that Brexit had made trade more expensive and there was a danger of delays at borders. Even in Mallorca there is more red tape now and it has affected our daily lives.
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Looking at remaining EU countries, corruption, bureaucracy and incompetence in Spain and other member states, a long established superior members club of select countries, contempt for southern Europe from states in the north, tens of thousands of unelected officials in Belgium ruling sovereign states, and the now unrecognisable face of the 'Common Market' that Britain joined, compared to the United States of Europe (or Fourth Reich) that is now the clear and obvious objective, then I for one have no regrets or concerns that Britain is free of such dictatorial control and manipulation.
I know Britain likes to forge its own version of history, but outside of Britain, it's commonly known that the UK left the EU. Not the other way around. "Fog in the channel. Britain cut off".
I am not sure it is the Brit side causing more red tape, more likely the EU side in spite.
Brexit. Voted for idiots by idiots. Never met an intelligent Brexiteer yet.
What happened to Johnson's 'bonfire of red tape'? Not another lie surely!
It's no surprise when the French premier say Britain must be punished for Brexit. There's no live and let live if your not in the gang. Which is a strange attitude in relation to UK holiday makers spending money in Euro zone????
Oh, and by the way, I haven't seen any impact here. But then, I'm not one of those that can only shop at the English shop (at 100% markup) to obtain English-labelled brown sauce and Heinz baked beans... Or order everything from Amazon UK (paying a fortune in shipping and customs duties) just so that the markings are in English ...or because that's the only way to guarantee proper English quality (of those proper english brands like Bosch or Samsung - Chinese made goods that you can also buy anywhere here). No wonder you all think Mallorca is expensive.
Thanks for that, Jason, but over 1/3 of "the British people" did indeed vote for more costs and red tape. It's not as if nobody ever mentioned it. They just ignored it. Because they all were sure that "they need us more than we need them". If only. But it's done, and that's the new reality. The one that over 1/3 of "the British people" voted for. Even if unwittingly.