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Comment by Steve Kerswell on July 13, 2016 at 15:48

I'm positive.....I think :-)))

Comment by Brian (up north) Morris on July 13, 2016 at 15:40

good to see everyone is feeling positive .....:-)))))

Comment by Big Vern on July 13, 2016 at 15:24

The draft 'bill of human rights' is so watered down as to offer nothing whilst at the same time seeming to give 'scumbags' everything:-((( and with no higher authority than our own government little redress against abuses by 'our government' The human rights act we had was not without problems but they could have been fixed. Instead we are likely to wind up with the worst of both worlds.

As  for re-drafting legislation to replace EU legislation the only stuff that will get changed is what the establishment want changing ie that I have previously referred to. As for trade, car legislation etc none of that will change partly because it comes from either established trade deals we can't afford to lose (so foreign workers will still be here and free to earn) or it is UNECE legislation which we are bound to regardless of the EU.

Thus we are stuck with most of the things people don't like because being in the Eu or not was never going to change those things. We seem to have lost a lot and gained very little, unless you are super rich or powerful in which case - what the hell you doin' here:-)))))

Comment by James Doulton on July 13, 2016 at 9:08

Most of our laws will need to be rewritten because they mostly rely, to some extent, on EU law. It is a huge task to do in two years. Most of it will be done without the involvement of parliament because there won't be time to debate it. It is a tremendous opportunity and a terrible risk but with the 'wrong' government overseeing it then we could get completely stitched up. There will be lots of lawyers booking lots of overtime, I wonder how many of them will be imported?

Comment by rob saul on July 13, 2016 at 7:00
Since 2007ish Cameron an others have been been mooting the idea of the "British bill of rights" to replace the human rights act
Human right act is a British law thou it does cover the articles covered by the European court of human rights among others
Will you really be sad to see it go ? Those poor burglars who cant sue if you assault them in your home,young arsonists who burn down a school then sue for their "right" to an education ?
An lets not forget the caravan dwelling,transit driving,tree cutting travelling community it really would be a shame for them to loose some of the laws they now hide behind while parked on the local common dumping rubbish by the tonne
Who knows ? There might even be an outbreak ok common sense
Comment by Big Vern on July 12, 2016 at 22:37

Its what everyone voted for Steve, End to human rights act, end to minimum wage, end to employee protections, end to freedom of speech and free expression, end to privacy and privilege. So the brexiteers have what they wanted.

Comment by Big Vern on July 12, 2016 at 22:34

Still better than the other one, she made Farage look positively left wing

Comment by Steve Kerswell on July 11, 2016 at 19:39

Well, look what you've got now in charge of Britain's future, a new Thatcher. After all the brexit liars have gone into hiding Theresa May stands up and walks in to number 10 unopposed. It's all a fix, get your money back under your bed, the banks will soon be going bust next. Third world here we come :-))

Comment by James Doulton on June 27, 2016 at 18:59

I agree Martin, zero hours contracts are very unfair and the rule that you have to take one and lose your JSA is an absolute fraud. It is completely unnecessary and I believe it is immoral. It is one of the problems with our government system that if you give the blues a majority then you have to accept their bad ideas along with their good ones. Similarly with the reds. On balance I prefer the blues but it is a close thing.

In the European Parliament it is completely different, there isn't a simple choice between blue or red policies so you get the most acceptable ideas from either side without having to put up with the crazy or unfair ones. It is a much better democracy than ours. But then they could see the problems with our parliament when they designed theirs.

Comment by rob saul on June 26, 2016 at 21:05
Like Daryl said about Kent/sussex look at the percentage who voted along the east coast all the way from gt Yarmouth to the fens an above the humber
Turn out was mostly above 70%
"out" was very high 60,s to low 70,s% for leave
That wasn't a protest vote and they weren't people being fed propaganda by the papers
They were people who are on the front line living it every day with no hope other than this vote
Things might be hunky dory in Islington or the home counties/m4-m40 corridor but if your on the fens an your nearest town is wisbeach with a 72% ish polish population you might see things a bit different
Try and protest and your "racist"
Google "Friday bridge labour camp" that's why you cant get a job on the land now in the fens
Gang masters have them there,shop on site (that's in the middle of nowhere) an they are paying rent and to be taken to the fields
Its not fair the poles/lithuanians/russains are being exploited but its even more unfair that the English lost their jobs to them
But its all part of the "system"
You want cheap food
Supermarkets want bigger profits
Farmers want a bigger slice of the pie
Who suffers ?

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