Re: Finally some good news!!
Posted: Sun Oct 13, 2019 5:55 pm
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That sounds like a quote taken straight from the manifest .
No, its not the legislation (that is a separate issue) its control over the Government and our future.warmweer wrote: ↑Sun Oct 13, 2019 5:11 pmThat's demagogic b*llshit and only focuses on the drawbacks of having extra legislation (which BTW is agreed upon through a system designed by representatives of all participating countries) AND leaves room for (too) many exceptions for specific countries (which is not something I'm a priori against).
The question of VAT and subsidy isn't as simple as that. you should also take the cost/income of providing local labour into account( just an example - by far not the only economic factor).Wirral Talk wrote: ↑Sun Oct 13, 2019 8:29 pm...
The EU has some controls over VAT and duty but ridiculous import loopholes where a company outside the EU doesn't have to charge VAT or duty but a company inside the EU does? This has a substantial effect on EU retailers making their sales less competitive.
Actually the EU born from the Treaty of Rome afaik, which was signed by
I stand corrected :confusion with the BLEU (Belgium Luxembourg Economic Union), a predecessor to the Benelux.
Thats one of ‘em!
That's what they've been wanting to do in Switzerland for a long time. But there are hardly any more jobs for job seekers over 40, especially for women. In addition, many people over the age of 50 are dismissed because they have simply become too expensive.The EU should also be looking at reducing working life not increasing it.
To me it doesn't constitute a problem: initially that is. Eventually all members should be equal, although a weighting in certain areas does appropriate.
It can constitute a problem but on the other hand as long as the ideology is similar: different customs are enriching (again: in certain areas).
The formulation : "is seeking" doesn't qualify as a formal request to me (and I'll emphasise that I do have experience with official letters (and requests) to official institutions).The UK Parliament has passed the European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 2) Act 2019. Its provisions now require Her Majesty's Government to seek an extension of the period provided under Article 50(3) of the Treaty on European Union, including as applied by Article 106a of the Euratom Treaty, currently due to expire at 11 p.m. GMT on 31 October 2019, until 11 p.m. GMT on 31 January 2020.
I am writing therefore to inform the European Council that the United Kingdom is seeking a further extension to the period provided under Article 50(3) of the Treaty on European Union, including as applied by Article 106a of the Euratom Treaty.
Where can I see that cover note?A cover note from Sir Tim Barrow, the UK's representative in Brussels, explained the first letter complied with the law as agreed by Parliament.