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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2018 7:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am not surprised that nobody is looking at this : there has been years of … speculative nonsense talked about what has happened and what will happen and … nothing happens … but by chance I came across this which I rarely visit … and what was I googling ? Nothing to do with this : I watch Gloggle's results being manipulated towards my interests on those occasions when I trawl through pages of hundreds of results to see what it turned up … well : at least Google gratifies my prejudices for me ...

https://www.opendemocracy.net/uk/brexitinc/peter-geoghegan-jenna-corderoy/breaking-arron-banks-lied-to-parliament-about-his-brexit

Open Democracy . net

Breaking: Arron Banks lied to parliament about his Brexit campaign, say whistleblowers

Peter Geoghegan and Jenna Corderoy 3 November 2018

Major Brexit bankroller, now under investigation by the National Crime Agency, “deliberately misled” parliament about his insurance company’s political work, and amassed campaign data ‘warchest’

[ GO READ IT : A SUBSTANTIAL INVESTIGATION BY OPEN DEMOCRACY ]
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I WROTE ONE OF MY FUTILE EMAILS ABOUT THAT ONE …

From: David B Lawrence
Sent: 04 November 2018 20:43
To: Vaughan Gething AM Cardiff South & Penarth Const
Subject: You presumably know that I have become disenchanted with both Democracy and The UK and I want to refuse to endorse this legally ?

Dear Vaughan Gething AM,

I wonder if you are aware of this in The Observer / The Guardian - and could you get this matter discussed in The Welsh Assembly ?

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/nov/03/arron-banks-faces-new-claims-of-misleading-mps-over-brexit

It was investigated by Open Democracy -

https://www.opendemocracy.net/uk/brexitinc/peter-geoghegan-jenna-corderoy/breaking-arron-banks-lied-to-parliament-about-his-brexit

You presumably know that I have become disenchanted with both Democracy and The UK and I want to refuse to endorse this legally ?

If any election or especially a referendum with such deep consequences for Wales can be abused in this way - this should be discussed !

Yours Sincerely,

David B. Lawrence
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2018 5:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

One of the most likely consequences for Wales of Brexit is the significant decline of shipping with Ireland from which the South West and North West Welsh ports' economies benefit … It is difficult to decide by how much these areas will suffer but having heard that The Republic of Ireland is consulting with the shipping firms to build bigger faster cargo ships to circumvent the disastrous scenario of tailbacks of lorries filled with rotting produce which will also harm the South East English ports' economies - so I am going to see what I can find …

https://www.politico.eu/article/cargo-food-production-producers-brexit-burns-irelands-british-bridge-to-eu-markets/

Brexit burns Ireland’s British bridge to EU markets

Losing Britain as a stepping stone to Europe means longer transport times and higher costs for Irish business.

By Joshua Posaner and Emmet Livingstone 7/20/17, 12:55 PM CET Updated 8/17/17, 10:33 PM CET

… Dublin’s strategic problem is that London’s hard-line approach to leaving the EU and its customs union is now exploding Britain’s status as a reliable commercial land bridge. Irish food merchants and hauliers are being confronted with the prospect of journey times tripling and painful logjams for customs clearance in ill-equipped ports that will prove lethal to their profit margins. … It is impossible to overstate the importance of the British transit route: Some 80 percent of the Irish road freight that reaches mainland Europe passes through the U.K. … “Ireland is reliant on that accessibility to the U.K. more than any other country in Europe,” said Aidan Flynn, a manager at Freight Transport Association Ireland. … … Customs and tariffs between the EU and Britain are among the thorniest problems facing Brexit negotiators, with both sides eager to preserve as much of the status quo as possible. If policymakers fail to find an imaginative way to have frictionless trade — something the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier already warned is impossible — Ireland risks turning into a costly hinterland like Iceland, reliant on infrequent, lengthy ferry connections that bypass the U.K. …

[ GO READ : A LOT OF USEFUL STATISTICS TO ILLUSTRATE THE PROBLEM ]

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https://www.politico.eu/article/brexit-french-ireland-ports-cut-out-of-eu-trade-route-after-brexit/

French ports cut out of EU trade route after Brexit

The Commission has adopted plans to reroute Ireland’s freight to ports in Belgium and the Netherlands.

By Laura Greenhalgh and Joshua Posaner 8/3/18, 12:50 PM CET Updated 8/14/18, 2:44 PM CET

… The Commission on Wednesday adopted a proposal to revise the routing of one of its strategic transport corridors to connect Dublin and Cork with the Belgian ports of Zeebrugge and Antwerp and the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, to channel trade directly from Ireland to mainland Europe after Brexit. … The decision to realign the EU’s North Sea-Mediterranean corridor is both symbolic and practical: While the U.K. can no longer be part of EU routes when it leaves the bloc, circumventing the U.K. prevents Irish exports to the Continent from getting snarled up in British customs. … "This is to guarantee the connectivity of Ireland with mainland Europe, in particular by ensuring clarity and continuity as regards future priorities for infrastructure development and investments,” said Commission spokesperson Enrico Brivio. … The new route for the EU’s North Sea-Mediterranean corridor aims to redirect billions of euros worth of trade from the overland route through Britain directly to Belgium and the Netherlands. Sites along the so-called TEN-T corridors can apply for EU funds to develop their capacity. … … As it stands, the main shipping routes from Ireland run to Cherbourg in France and Santander in Spain. Capacity has already increased in anticipation of disruption on the land route. ...

[ YES : GO READ - THAT IS THE PRESENT SCENARIO AND THEY HAVE STARTED ]

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https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/942270/Brexit-news-eu-shipping-groups-bypass-britain-brexit

BREXIT PUNISHMENT: EU shipping groups plotting to BYPASS UK after Brexit

SHIPPING companies are threatening to bypass Britain after Brexit by increasing the number of direct ferry routes between Ireland and mainland Europe.

By Ciaran McGrath - EXPRESS - 11:49, Fri, Apr 6, 2018 | UPDATED: 17:31, Fri, Apr 6, 2018

Concerns about long tailbacks at British ports stemming from increased checks at customs and immigration have prompted several companies to increase capacity on routes which cut the UK out of the equation. … CLdN, a Luxembourg-based shipping company, has already introduced two “mega vessels” on new direct routes between Dublin with Zeebrugge in Belgium and Rotterdam in the Netherlands. ... A company spokesman told the Financial Times: “In anticipation of Brexit, the shipping community was looking for alternative solutions… seeking a good balance between costs, frequency and lead-time.”... Meanwhile, Brittany Ferries will launch a new service between Cork and the Spanish port of Santander later this month, a move partly triggered by Brexit, admitted a spokesman. ... He said: “It was always our intention to look at a direct route from Ireland to Spain but certainly Brexit has hastened the decision. ... “We have had a great deal of interest from hauliers." ... The Irish Exporters Association estimates the daily capacity for trucks between Dublin and Holyhead to be roughly 1,000 each way, while with respect to routes between Rosslare and the two Welsh ports of Fishguard and Pembroke, this figure is 250. ... Much of this traffic travels on to mainland Europe, with two-thirds of Irish exporters shipping to the continent via Britain. ...

[ I KNOW - THE EXPRESS : AT LEAST THE ISLE OF WIGHT FERRY WILL REMAIN ]

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I thought … " Why no hits on the Western Mail ? " - I was using Bing - so I went there and searched it - nothing but this … irrelevant …

https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/local-news/live-export-route-proves-success-2261319

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… So I thought …

well … at least The National Assembly in Wales will be discussing this issue ?

http://www.assembly.wales/en/bus-home/pages/plenaryitem.aspx?category=Written%20Question&itemid=3378

Written Assembly Questions tabled on 15 February 2017 for answer on 22 February 2017

To ask the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure

Eluned Morgan (Mid and West Wales): What relationship does the Welsh Government have with ferry operators between Wales and Ireland and how does it intend to strengthen relationships in future to secure Welsh interests? (WAQ73003)

Answer received on 17 February 2017

Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure (Ken Skates): The Welsh Government already has a close relationship with Stenaline and Irish Ferries, both individually and through their membership of the Welsh Ports Group where discussions continue to focus on Brexit.

I met with representatives of Irish Ferries in December to discuss specifically the potential impacts of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.

We will continue working closely with the ferry operators with the mutually held objective of continuing to develop business and encourage an increase in throughput, of passenger and freight traffic, through the key ports in Wales of Holyhead, Fishguard and Pembroke Dock.

Eluned Morgan (Mid and West Wales): What discussions has the Welsh Government's economic department had with the Irish Government and its economic agency, the IDA, to ensure that every opportunity is sought to secure investment between the two nations across the Irish Sea trade routes following Brexit? (WAQ73005)

Answer received on 27 February 2017 

Ken Skates: A number of productive discussions have been held with the Irish Government, the Irish Ambassador to the UK and representatives of the IDA since June 2016, including a successful trade mission to Dublin within the last six months. Next week, officials will also be hosting a reception at the Residence of the UK Ambassador to Ireland to celebrate St David's Day. The economy is a key element of any discussions with Ireland due to the long established and fruitful relationship of trade and investment between our two countries.  

[ APPARENTLY THAT IS THE EXTENT OF WRITTEN QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ]

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Apparently there was a report and The Welsh Assembly debated it - I looked for some facts - to summarise the useful bits for you : but if you want to watch the whole hog and thus anoint this lard -

http://www.senedd.tv/Meeting/Archive/f5c66324-4e50-4e6f-a23e-666756324f33?autostart=True#

http://www.assembly.wales/en/bus-home/pages/rop.aspx?MeetingID=4649&language=en#C498021

The Record of Proceedings - 11/10/2017 - Contents

6. Debate on the External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee's Report on the Implications of Brexit for Welsh Ports

Y Llywydd / The Llywydd

The next item is the debate on the External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee’s report on the implications of Brexit for Welsh ports. I call on the Chair of the committee to move the motion—David Rees.

Motion NDM6525 David Rees

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

Notes the report of the External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee on its inquiry into the implications of Brexit for Welsh ports, which was laid in the Table Office on 4 August 2017.

Motion moved.

" ... Our ports also share an important and symbiotic relationship with our European partners, so it’s natural to consider the potential implications of Brexit on our ports, which could be considerable. ... It became clear that whilst looking at the impact upon Welsh ports in totality, the ports that would be most affected would be our ferry ports at Holyhead, Fishguard and Pembroke Dock. We heard concerns of how a soft border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland and a hard maritime border between Wales and the Republic of Ireland could severely disadvantage Welsh ports. The loss of competitiveness resulting from differentiated border arrangements could lead to a displacement of traffic from Welsh ports, like Holyhead, to ports elsewhere in England and in Scotland through the Northern Ireland route. ... Milford Haven has some 2,000 tonnes of Irish seafood coming through it on to the continental markets ... The problem is that we have businesses that work to just-in-time delivery, and when it comes to food products ....

... Since 1993 and the completion of the European single market, the volume of freight between Holyhead and Dublin has increased by 694 per cent ... the most recent HMRC estimate suggests that Brexit could see UK customs declarations increase from the current £55 million per year—that’s £55 million per year—to a maximum of £255 million per year. That’s a five-fold increase ... the lack of space to accommodate new border and customs checks after Brexit could lead to lengthy delays at our ports—not just applicable to Wales, because Dover has the same problem ... please remember Holyhead is the second-busiest roll-on, roll-off port in the UK behind Dover ... Our recommendation 8 calls upon the Welsh Government to look at these opportunities of seeking whether free port designation in Wales can be effective and helpful ... [ I.E. TO NOT COLLECT CUSTOMS OR TAXES - THE WELSH GOVERNMENT VOLUNTEERING TO HAVE NO REVENUE ] ... Our relationship with Ireland, one of the biggest export markets, is crucial, and our fear was that the UK Government would focus all its attention on the implications of Brexit on the major ports of the south-east of England. …

… So, it’s critical that there’s a real understanding of what a hard Brexit would mean for ports in Wales. The fact is that trucks going to and from the EU through Dover take around two minutes to process. Now, if you’re driving a truck from outside the EU into or out of the UK, then it takes around 20 minutes to process ... witness after witness told us that the complications associated with developing a technologically led solution would mean that we would need to integrate the HMRC procedures in Ireland and the UK into a wholly custom integrated system, and there is no way this can be delivered in time if we crash out of the EU, as seems to be increasingly likely. Now, I don’t need to remind the Chamber of the desperately poor record of the UK Government on high-tech IT solutions in relation to public services ... In our dealings with representatives from the Republic, it was clear that their focus has been very much on resolving the border issues with Northern Ireland and that they hadn’t given as much thought to what impact a soft border with Northern Ireland, where lorries could potentially just zip through unhindered, would have on direct trade between the Republic and the UK via Wales, which, potentially, could be subject to that significant time and paperwork hold-up ...

... I want to make sure that, if this happens, the blame for any negative impact falls exactly where it should be: on those politicians and those political parties who push and vote for the UK to leave the customs union ... Well, I’ll try and stick to the report, which states that concerns over implications of Brexit for Welsh ports centre on three areas: that a soft border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will displace traffic from Welsh ports to those in England and Scotland via Northern Ireland; that any new customs arrangements will create technological and logistical challenges for our ports; and that many Welsh ports lack capacity to accommodate any new border controls and customs checks ... Stena Line Ports warned that Holyhead was constrained by space and would not have the capacity to stop vehicles. It is therefore also concerning that the Welsh Government only accepts in principle our recommendation that it sets out how it intends to address the lack of physical capacity to accommodate new borders and customs checks at Welsh ports ...

... In 2015, 50 per cent of more than 750,000 lorries carried along the central corridor to Dublin passed through Holyhead. After Dover, Holyhead is the second largest roll-on, roll-off ferry port in the UK, as the Chair of the committee indicated, with a business model dependent upon the open ports policy. Emulating the responsible approach being taken by the Irish Government, the Welsh Government should, therefore, be making detailed preparations now to ensure that any new arrangements do not lead to a displacement of traffic from Welsh ports, principally Holyhead ... But, if Holyhead has been created and defined by its port in the past, there is no hiding the threats facing it now. Any barrier to the flow of vehicles and goods is a threat to the port of Holyhead, and is, therefore, a threat to the well-being of the people of Holyhead ... clearly it would become less attractive for people to travel and do business through Holyhead. We are talking about 2 million travellers, 0.5 million cars and 400,000 goods vehicles ...

… Barriers at a port don’t fit into the modern way of trading. Ian Davies from Stena Line Ports says clearly that the growth of trade between Holyhead and Ireland happened because of the policies of open ports. There is a good balance, he says now, between goods and passengers ... Quite simply, according to the port managers, the space and the capacity simply aren’t there ... Government has to realise that we cannot magic up additional space in the port if it transpires that full customs border checks are required ... We have some of the largest ferries in Europe coming in … The whole port would come to a grinding halt ... It’s physically not possible to do it at the ports presently.’ ... We’ve heard from several people about the actual issue of the displacement of traffic through Northern Ireland, which would mean it would be bypassing the Welsh ports. There is this risk ... We have harbours like Burry Port, Aberaeron and Pwllheli, two major docks at Fishguard and Milford Haven, and they are absolutely integral to the economy, especially that economy in Mid and West Wales. I am hugely concerned about the potential of leaving the customs union, the single market, the common fisheries policy and the EU’s environmental frameworks, and that will represent dramatic changes for those ports ...

... Holyhead is the biggest passenger port, but Milford Haven is the biggest energy port, and some 5,000 jobs are reliant on the energy that comes through the port of Milford Haven ... Let’s take fishing, to start with: traditionally not seen as a big thing that we major on in Wales, but that’s because our fishing quotas have basically been sold to the Belgians for the last 40 years ... that a certain amount of the Welsh quota has to be landed at Welsh ports, so, once again, we can stamp things ‘landed in Wales’ or ‘landed at the port of Milford Haven’ ... So, I hope, whatever happens, we will pay attention to our Welsh ports as real economic drivers and as areas that employ a great deal of people ... if there is no deal with the EU, this is a very serious matter for the Irish republic as well for Wales ... I think it’s fair to say that Welsh ports currently punch well above their weight with over 11 per cent of the total freight moved through the UK handled by Welsh ports and over 70 per cent of cargo to and from Ireland, Great Britain and the wider EU passing through ports in Wales. ...

... It is devastating to leave the customs union, but it seems that’s the way we’re going ... It could have a devastating impact, if we’re not careful, on Holyhead and the communities around Holyhead, and the businesses and people working there ... The proposal is to note the committee’s report. Does any Member object ? The motion is therefore agreed in accordance with Standing Order 12.36. ... "

Motion agreed in accordance with Standing Order 12.36.

[ YES : THAT IS WHAT THE ASSEMBLY MEMBERS IN WALES HAVE DONE ]

[ MOVED ONE MOTION ... IN TWO YEARS ... TO NOTE THEIR OWN REPORT ]

[ SO THE DEMOCRATS IN WALES ARE LIKE ALL DEMOCRATS IN THE WORLD ]

[ CONSTIPATED ]

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The Democrats in Wales have abandoned every port for The Storms : _They are steering The Ship in The State away from all of The Established Norms_To go in search of The Icebergs in Europe_ by/Throwing away the cargo and cutting /free from/ every trope_This is why The Republicans - in Wales - advocate for political reforms ...

The Democrats in Wales have now abandoned every port for The Storms :_
They are steering The Ship in The State away from all of The Established Norms_
To go in search of The Icebergs in Europe … … … … … … … … _
By throwing away the cargo and cutting free from every trope -_
This is why The Republicans - in Wales - advocate for … political reforms ...

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 10, 2018 10:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

https://youtube.com/watch?v=YKCrKtOsPNg - The Big Brexit Debate : What does The UK really think ?

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/matt-kelly-nigel-mate-you-have-lost-get-over-it-1-5767740

" ... in Channel 4’s dramatic Brexit poll show, What the Nation Really Thinks. ... The bad news was relentless. Using what was described as a “powerful multi-level and post-stratification model” (where was the bloody multi-level post-stratification model when we needed it back in ’16?) Guru-Murthy revealed the mood of the nation had swung. ... Britain today favours a Remain choice on any second referendum vote (43% to 37%), it thinks Brexit is bad for the economy (44% versus 31% who thought it would be good), bad for the NHS (36% versus 30%) and bad for their own household finances (38% versus 16%). ... Crushingly for the EU-despising-but-soon-to-be-collecting £73k-a-year-EU-pensioner-MEP, 67% of the 20,000 people polled say they want a close relationship with the EU after we leave. ... towards the end as Guru-Murphy revealed the national swing to Remain had become undeniable: 54% Remain versus 46% Leave. ...

[ I TOOK A PHOTO OF THE MAP OF WALES HAVING TURNED YELLOW SINCE 2016 I.E. BREXIT IS NOW REJECTED BY WALES : I CAN NOT POST IT AT THE MOMENT BECAUSE OF THE PERSISTENT PROBLEM WITH PHOTOBUCKET ]
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2018 11:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well - after acres of newsprint and interweb nonsense - we finally have something concrete to discuss ... only we will not know anything about it until later today ... or may be tomorrow ... or ... ask me about this after I am dead.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-46300247

Draft on future UK-EU relationship 'agreed'

The EU and UK have agreed a draft agreement on their future relationship, paving the way for a Brexit deal to be finalised this weekend.

The political declaration - outlining how trade, security and other issues will work - has been "agreed in principle", the European Council says.

London and Brussels have already agreed the draft terms of the UK's exit from the EU on 29 March 2019.

Theresa May will make a statement to MPs later on Thursday. [ i.e. TODAY ]

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You know that today is - YOUR - day_When Prime Minister Theresa - YOUR - May_Will stand up in The Commons_And so issue The Summons_To The Suicidal in Politics who want it - YOUR - way.


PROEM FOR DAF ( MORITZ )

You know that today is - YOUR - day_
When Prime Minister Theresa - YOUR - May_
Will stand up in The Commons_
And so issue The Summons_
To The Suicidal in Politics who want it - YOUR - way.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2018 5:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From:
Sent: 28 November 2018 05:00
To: [ AN ELECTED CONSERVATIVE AND UNIONIST PARTY POLITICIAN ]
Subject: this might also interest you because I sent it to all of the North Wales AMs - directly above the coloured post I reported the Assembly's debate.

Dear

this might also interest you because I sent it to all of the North Wales AMs - directly above the coloured post I reported the Assembly's debate.

The fact that The Welsh Assembly debated a matter of possibly thousands of billions of pounds for forty minutes with two written questions ...

... is the sort of thing which I despair of : the Irish have since invested in two large ships and they are not going to change their plan whatever :

all that money invested in infrastructure to accommodate shiploads of Irish trucks has been wasted and the North Wales economy will suffer ...

This economic disaster has already happened and even if Brexit were to be abandoned I do not think Holyhead can possibly recover from this.

As far as I am concerned those arguments over " Sovereignty " would not have happened if somebody had explained that it is a political fiction.

My argument is that " The Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland " is a political fiction - that given a choice between people and paper -

- choose The People !

Likewise I disagree with Nationalism and other notionalisms where The People in Politics mistake ideas for realities - I almost agreed with Mrs T.

But " Society " does exist in a sense : the proper business of politics is intervening in un-consenting relationships and restoring them to consent.

This is why I do not agree with legislating about consenting relationships or Libertarians removing legislation about un-consenting relationships.

The United Kingdom's relationship with The European Union was consented to and we benefited from being able to extend our " Sovereignty."

Anyhow - I must rest : I am not going to sleep because I am suffering from a bout of Cyclothymia - prejudice against which led to my poverty ...

Yours Sincerely,

David B Lawrence.

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From: Y Repwblic Yng Nghymru
Sent: 14 November 2018 11:59
To:
Subject: Incidentally, if you have not seen how the map of Wales has changed re Brexit between 2016 and 2018 - I attach Re: You seem to be unaware of the decisions being taken in The Republic of Ireland and The European Union : North Wales' trade is now re-routed.

Incidentally, if you have not seen how the map of Wales has changed re Brexit between 2016 and 2018 - I attach what I mention here -

http://repwblic.informe.com/viewtopic.php?p=6896#6896

[ AN IMAGE OF THAT PAGE WAS COPIED INTO THIS EMAIL ]

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 10, 2018 10:11 pm Post subject: Reply with quote Edit/Delete this post Delete this post

https://youtube.com/watch?v=YKCrKtOsPNg - The Big Brexit Debate : What does The UK really think ?

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/matt-kelly-nigel-mate-you-have-lost-get-over-it-1-5767740

" ... in Channel 4’s dramatic Brexit poll show, What the Nation Really Thinks. ... The bad news was relentless. Using what was described as a “powerful multi-level and post-stratification model” (where was the bloody multi-level post-stratification model when we needed it back in ’16?) Guru-Murthy revealed the mood of the nation had swung. ... Britain today favours a Remain choice on any second referendum vote (43% to 37%), it thinks Brexit is bad for the economy (44% versus 31% who thought it would be good), bad for the NHS (36% versus 30%) and bad for their own household finances (38% versus 16%). ... Crushingly for the EU-despising-but-soon-to-be-collecting £73k-a-year-EU-pensioner-MEP, 67% of the 20,000 people polled say they want a close relationship with the EU after we leave. ... towards the end as Guru-Murphy revealed the national swing to Remain had become undeniable: 54% Remain versus 46% Leave. ...

[ I TOOK A PHOTO OF THE MAP OF WALES HAVING TURNED YELLOW SINCE 2016 I.E. BREXIT IS NOW REJECTED BY WALES : I CAN NOT POST IT AT THE MOMENT BECAUSE OF THE PERSISTENT PROBLEM WITH PHOTOBUCKET ]
From: Y Repwblic Yng Nghymru
Sent: 14 November 2018 11:27
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Subject: You seem to be unaware of the decisions being taken in The Republic of Ireland and The European Union : North Wales' trade is now re-routed.

​ REPWBLIC

Rhun ap Iorwerth CAM Ynys Mon
Michelle Brown RAM North Wales
Mark Isherwood RAM North Wales
Llyr Gruffydd RAM North Wales
Mandy Jones RAM North Wales
Sian Gwenllian CAM Arfon
Janet Finch-Saunders CAM Aberconwy
Darren Millar CAM Clwyd West
Anne Jones CAM Vale of Clwyd
Hannah Blyddyn CAM Delyn
Jack Sargeant CAM Alyn and Deeside
Leslie Griffith CAM Wrexham
Ken Skates CAM Clwyd South

Dear Welsh Assembly Members in North Wales.

+ BCC to [ ASAMUX ] who pointed out the contradictions between what the BBC reported was told to The Welsh Assembly and my report.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-46187337 - dated 12th November 2018

http://repwblic.informe.com/viewtopic.php?p=6895#6895 - dated 6th November 2018

You will have to excuse my wreckreational style : the latter was not written for this purpose but for the leisurely pursuit of satirical criticism.

You seem to be unaware of the decisions being taken in The Republic of Ireland and The European Union : North Wales' trade is now re-routed.

I may be wrong of course : my formulae for an evening of political entertainment is to cull a few facts, crack a joke and then make an argument.

Please consider the contrast between what I have reported and what the BBC reported The Welsh Assembly being told : the facts are different.

Yours Sincerely,

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