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Old 01-01-2021, 22:58   #46
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Re: Britain outside the EU

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Rejoin campaign launches ‘EU ID card’ to ‘resist Brexit’s effects’ and ‘stay European’
THE newly formed "rejoin" campaign has launched an EU identity card to fight against the impacts of Brexit.

“Joining the campaign is in itself a declaration of your wish to be considered European and to apply to become an associate citizen of the EU.

“Once the campaign is large enough to gain wider attention, we will lobby the EU to create a formal scheme that we can sign up to.

Aw that's so sweet bless.



https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/13...-Boris-johnson
Actually papa you've misrepresented this. The article does state:

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The scheme has so far received 159,890 registrations to apply for EU citizenship at the time of writing.
Anyone can apply for EU citizenship as long as they meet EU requirements.
A non story really but laughable showing how gullable remainers can be.

Then there is a picture of a card which again is laughable.



Seems a bit disjointed.

Just had a thought I can knock those cards out at the discount price of £1 each, free p&p. Anyone interested?
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Old 01-01-2021, 23:28   #47
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Re: Britain outside the EU

Sturgeon tramped over to Brussels thinking she'd be warmly given assurances about Scotland only to be treated with distant politeness and getting absolutely nothing from the EU.

Scroll forward: the EUID card! The British Sausage has a better chance!
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Re: Britain outside the EU

Here's one I made earlier!
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Old 02-01-2021, 01:45   #49
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Here's one I made earlier!
I'm sure he will treasure it. If he wants I can do it on credit card sized plastic so he can put it in his wallet. £1 + p&p
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Old 02-01-2021, 08:31   #50
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Re: Britain outside the EU

They could have at least designed a nicer card.

It does feel quite sad though, like children creating an imaginary world. People going around with these meaningless European ID cards as if they're anything other than a fake bit of plastic.

Their efforts would be better spent creating the reverse version of UKIP. A party which agitates for a referendum to join the European Union. They would get a head start with the numbers they claim are dedicated enough to spend money to indulge themselves in the fiction that they're still EU citizens with this little card.
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There’s got to be something worth investigating with the cards. Like Trump not conceding there’s money being made somewhere.
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Re: Britain outside the EU

I now know how my cat feels when he has been flead and wormed, ridding ourselves of 27 parasites is enough to make one feel giddy
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Re: Britain outside the EU

Interesting viewpoint from the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.

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Re: Britain outside the EU

Presumably these new rules include driving on the wrong side of the road.
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Presumably these new rules include driving on the wrong side of the road.
Certainly looks that way from the picture
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Interesting viewpoint from the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.

Well interesting and blatantly obvious, N.I. Finds itself in a unique position, truly the best of both scenarios and itís citizens automatically British and EU citizens.

I know if there was a referendum on the N.I. Keeping the status quo would be what I would vote for if I was Northern Irish.
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Interesting viewpoint from the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.

I'm old enough to remember when England enjoyed those benefits too.
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Old 03-01-2021, 00:09   #58
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Re: Britain outside the EU

Spain will decide who enters Gibraltar. Not the conventional defintion of taking back control, unless you're Spanish.

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Spain will have the last word on who enters Gibraltar under a preliminary deal on border arrangements for the U.K. territory, Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya told El Pais in an interview.

Responsibility for overseeing the new passport-free Schengen agreement terms for entry to Gibraltarís port and airport, as envisaged in the accord, would be Spainís, Gonzalez told the newspaper.

ďEvidently, there must be a Spanish presence to carry out the minimum tasks of Schengen control,Ē she said.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...-minister-says
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Spain will decide who enters Gibraltar. Not the conventional defintion of taking back control, unless you're Spanish.


https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...-minister-says
Iím pretty sure youíve not actually read beyond the bit you quoted (or if you did, you didnít understand it).
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What Andrew naughtily failed to quote was this:

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Separately, Fabian Picardo, Gibraltar’s first minister, said that only the Gibraltarian authorities would decide who enters the territory.

“Under the New Year’s Eve Agreement only Gibraltar will decide who enters Gibraltar & Spanish officers will not exercise any controls in Gibraltar at the Airport or Port now or in four years time,” he said on Twitter. “This is our land.”
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