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Brexit
4 days ago

The majority of MPs do not want No Deal.

4 days ago

Depends. A week is a long time in politics as someone once said. I'll give you a different scenario. She leaves the vote in the HoC on the proposed deal until the last possible moment that she can. Now that the No Deal hardline Brexiteers have shown their hand and in the process have now lost their influence, so now the Remain and Soft Brexit MPs have gained leverage. In other words, May can ...

5 days ago

Info here about the UK trading on WTO terms in the event of a No Deal brexit https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-45112872

5 days ago

Theresa May to face leadership challenge https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-46535739

1. between Tiverton Parkway and Taunton and 2.  between Ivybridge and Totnes See Cllr Prowse about 28 mins into this video of last week's town council meeting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjriICyO82M

Just been looking at the video of last week's town council meeting click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjriICyO82M presentation concerning the carnival is made at the beginning of the meeting ending with an appeal direct to the camera at around 11 mins in.

Brexit
6 days ago

@majorp - Yes I agree all governments depend on businesses. The problem for the UK and the EU is how to protect businesses and at the same time have the UK leave the EU and at the same time have no hard border on the island of Ireland. That dilemma is what Theresa May is trying to resolve. It would be exactly the same dilemma whoever was the prime minister or whichever party was in power. ...

6 days ago

I don't see that it will be for business to decide. If we leave with a No Deal and thus go onto WTO rules and regulations businesses both sides of the channel will be negatively impacted.   BUT WTO rules will be the rules. Which is why neither the EU or the UK want a No Deal situation. * But........... * although hard line Brexiteers seem not to have a problem with such a scenario ...

6 days ago

Re trade with EU countries post Brexit if no deal. As I understand the situation we will then go on to World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules. This would involve tariffs and custom checks. So therefore there will be delays at ports such as Dover and Calais. Which is why on both sides of the channel stockpiling measures have been, and are, taking place. This country imports about 50% of it ...

and there are presently some 60 plus job vacancies at the RDE NHS Foundation Trust https://www.indeed.co.uk/jobs?q=Royal Devon Exeter Nhs Foundation Trust

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