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  -0.84p -1.39% 59.50p 59.36p 59.38p 60.59p 59.19p 60.10p 156,269,604 16:35:15
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Banks 22,091.0 5,960.0 5.5 10.8 42,164.27

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21/5/2019
00:10
A difficult decision, Poikka. Hannan has written persuasively about the evils of the EU, and revealed just how their way of thinking is entirely at odds with our own. He is certainly one of the good guys. But it seems to me a vote for any Conservative, however honourable he might be personally, legitimizes a deeply dishonest and perfidious Party. If the Euro election is to achieve anything, it needs to be the most spectacular collapse possible for the Conservatives. We now have this gang of 60 determined to wreck Brexit at any cost whatever. As Cheshire pete put it, "they'll stop at nothing even if it means destroying their party, their country and peoples' faith in democracy" (personally I'd say it won't just destroy faith in democracy, it will destroy democracy). They have got to be shown that their antics will not be tolerated.
grahamite2
20/5/2019
23:59
Charge shoppers 1p to use self-checkout machines to heal Brexit divisions, say MPs A group of MPs has made the suggestion of a transaction fee on self-service checkouts in a report on social integration CREDIT: SIMON DAWSON/BLOOMBERG Sam Meadows 20 MAY 2019 • 12:00PM Shoppers should pay a transaction charge of 1p when they use a self-checkout machine to heal the generational divide caused by Brexit, a group of MPs has said. The parliamentary panel on social integration, chaired by Chuka Umunna, who defected from the Labour Party in February to found Change UK, made the proposal in a report released last week. The charge would be "to counteract potential damage caused by a lack of everyday contact between people" and could raise £30m to be spent on projects that promote social inclusion. Tom Ironside of the British Retail Consortium, the trade body for supermarkets, dismissed the proposal. "A new tax, particularly one that penalises modern shopping behaviour, will harm both consumers and retailers at a time when retailers are rightly focused on delivering the best value for shoppers," he said. Mr Umunna said: "We all know that Brexit has been incredibly divisive but what we have seen over the course of this inquiry suggests that generational division extends far beyond the realm of politics into our daily lives." Antony Hawkins of The Challenge, a social integration charity, said: "Our society is divided along many fault lines so it is great to see this group delve deep into the reasons for divisions between the ages and offer suggestions on how we bridge that gap." The group's report also proposed a tax break for people who commit to a minimum number of hours of volunteering each week. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/consumer-affairs/charge-shoppers-1p-use-self-checkout-machines-heal-brexit-divisions/
maxk
20/5/2019
22:35
VOTE FOR BREXIT VOTE FOR THE BREXIT PARTY LEAVE and WTO
xxxxxy
20/5/2019
22:35
Further comments on Stephen Barclay letter By JOHNREDWOOD | Published: MAY 18, 2019 A couple of correspondents have asked me to provide a more detailed response to the Barclay letter. In the main areas his letter confirms what I said about the draft Treaty. He agrees that as long as we are in so called transition the UK is “subject to existing and new rules as if we were membersâ€;� and pays full budget contributions. I have always pointed out we lose vote and voice so we are no longer full members with rights, but we would be entirely subject to EU laws, rules and budget requirements. That does not sound like leaving. We then need to negotiate our way out, which according to the government will entail locking us into yet another EU Treaty to be determined. Its a very expensive invitation to more talks about leaving. He confirms that the Northern Ireland Protocol creates different government for Northern Ireland over customs, trade and the single market. Of course he is right if the rest of the UK accepted EU requirements and changes as Northern Ireland would have to we could avoid separation of conditions between NI and the rest of the UK. Again that does not sound like leaving. He confirms that we will face full budget bills up to the unclear end of transition and will have further obligations up to 2028. He says the further adjustments made up to 2028 might be downwards, but clearly they could be upwards from an EU that is cash hungry and inventive on claims. He suggests £35bn to £ 39 bn is a small sum. I beg to differ. He also concedes this is just an estimate . Given the vagueness of the headings I think it could well be a lot bigger. He concedes the EU has a big role in calculating and sending the bill and adjudicating disputes. He doesn’t disagree we have been short changed on the EIB by losing our share of accumulated reserves. He agrees we have to meet pension liabilitues and payments to Turkey, but says this is fair. On individual Articles he usually argues continuing ECJ powers and related matters up to 2028 that I listed relate to matters that occur up to the end of transition. I object to this long tail, providing an enduring opportunity for the EU to demand more cash or legal observance because they say something started or occurred before we left. It gives them a lever which could be damaging to us He agrees the ECJ continues to rule all the time we are in so called transition. This would be a binding Treaty which would greatly reduce our capacity to govern ourselves. There is less disagreement than the general remarks of his letter might suggest. He places a favourable construction on how the EU would behave if we signed.I think they might push the clauses against us rather more.
xxxxxy
20/5/2019
22:33
BREXIT FACTS4EU.ORG SUMMARY Foreign judges, foreign laws, local effects Mrs Mays’ surrender treaty keeps UK under EU law UK will still be under the CJEU rulings even during May’s ‘Transition Period’ This new ruling will affect 27.6 million people in the UK in paid employment (Source: ONS) Cost will be borne by businesses UK Government raised objections but these were overruled by the EU judges The ruling (ECLI:EU:C:2019:402) In their ruling the judges of the CJEU, formerly known as the ECJ, said:- “…in order to ensure the effectiveness of the rights provided for in the Working Time Directive and the Charter, the Member States must require employers to set up an objective, reliable and accessible system enabling the duration of time worked each day by each worker to be measured.” They also considered the question of the massive costs to business in implementing this, which were raised by the UK Government. The judges said that this ruling: “should not be subordinated to purely economic considerations”;. In other words: ‘Forget the costs, just do it.’
xxxxxy
20/5/2019
22:30
Doug Powell Posted May 20, 2019 at 11:29 am | Permalink CJ, Wholeheartedly agree with you about the House of Lords! It is a Palatial Retirement Home, populated (for the most part) by arch non democrats, scoundrels and traitors all hell bent on thwarting Brexit – all made possible at the tax payers expense! The will of the people means nothing to them! Enough is enough! Abolish it without delay! High on the list of ‘must dos’ if we ever get a Brexiteer PM.
xxxxxy
20/5/2019
22:29
NickC Posted May 20, 2019 at 10:08 am | Permalink Adam, The Lisbon treaty (TEU, TFEU) is unlike most normal international treaties. For example: a UK-Russia treaty on double taxation is limited to the words in the agreement only; unlike the EU’s Lisbon treaty which is an enabling treaty – Lisbon enables the EU to create fresh additional legislation to impose on the UK effectively ad infinitum. Of course Remains are either ignorant of the difference, or know but pretend there isn’t any.
xxxxxy
20/5/2019
22:26
Vote for Honesty and Democracy and Freedom and Progress. Vote for the Brexit Party. LEAVE and WTO
xxxxxy
20/5/2019
22:25
Nigel Farage ‏ Verified account @Nigel_Farage Follow Follow @Nigel_Farage More Whatever they throw at us, we will never give up. ➡️
xxxxxy
20/5/2019
21:47
Poll puts Brexit Party on course for 23% of Westminster election vote but no MPs A quarter of the vote would still be enough to secure Labour the lion's share of Welsh MPs but the Brexit Party could end up with none. With the Brexit Party storming ahead in the European election campaign, the latest ITV poll also looked at how people say they would vote in other elections. It seems that Nigel Farage's new party would do very well though not secure the triumph that looks likely in this week's Euro-vote. Labour 25% Brexit Party 23% Conservatives 17% Plaid Cymru 13% Liberal Democrats 12% Green Party 5% Change UK 2% UKIP 1% Others 2% Unlike the proportional representation used in European elections, a Westminster election is fought under the first-past-the-post system, which makes it difficult for challenger parties to break through. In fact, if the Brexit Party's vote is spread evenly, it could gain no Welsh seats at all at Westminster, with other parties benefitting from the drop in Labour support -and Labour still holding more than half the Welsh seats, even with the support of just a quarter of all voters. https://www.itv.com/news/wales/2019-05-20/poll-puts-brexit-party-on-course-for-23-of-westminster-election-vote-but-no-mps/
stonedyou
20/5/2019
20:59
The problem with that Poikka, is Hannon has been remarkably ineffective. Thats why people know Farage.
maxk
20/5/2019
20:46
On second thoughts, as most voters are probably unaware of Hannon's credentials, and just look upon him as just another Tory, it's probably best that we both vote for DH. The wife agrees.
poikka
20/5/2019
20:46
Speak for your own country Freddie :-)
bargainbob
20/5/2019
20:12
TREVOR KAVANAGH Vote for Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party this week before Boris Johnson zips into No10 The EU elections could be a wake-up call for our blinkered Parliament A FRIEND of mine was so disgusted by Theresa May’s broken Brexit promises he ripped up his voting card for Thursday’s EU elections. Big mistake. This was his chance — and it is yours — to take a free swipe at the wreckers who sabotaged his 2016 Brexit vote and the democratic mandate of 17.4million like-minded Leavers. Boris Johnson is the clear favourite to zip in as the new Tory leader If we are going to blow £160million of hard-earned taxpayers’ cash on a useless election, we might as well use it to send a serious message to our useless MPs. This week’s poll could deliver the loudest wake-up call since The Sun’s famous “Up Yours Delors” front page. We urged readers to face east at noon on November 1, 1990, and “bawl at Gaul”. In a pincer movement, we invaded Brussels with an armoured car full of Page Three girls and put paid to the UK joining the disastrous euro. This week, the 52 per cent who voted Leave can do the same and tell out-of-step Remainers to stop messing around and deliver Brexit. Labour’s smarmy “Sir” Keir Starmer wants a second referendum. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9109730/vote-nigel-farage-boris-johnson/++
stonedyou
20/5/2019
19:38
Whenever we have the next GE, wonder if Farage will stand against Yvette Cooper, whose constituency voted 70% leave. Would be good to see the back of her. Sixty nails in the Tory party coffin, knocked in by each of their MPs in the pressure group against leaving with no deal. So desperate are they to keep us in the EU they'll stop at nothing even if it means destroying their party, their country and peoples' faith in democracy.
cheshire pete
20/5/2019
19:06
New fears for eurozone as German economy 'goes into reverse'and political tensions rise in Italy Daily Telegraph
xxxxxy
20/5/2019
19:00
I am going to vote for the Brexit Party. LEAVE and WTO
xxxxxy
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