'Price rises likely' due to UK shipping problems
09/12/2020 | news | business | 1,578
Businesses say importing goods to the UK is now so difficult, higher costs will be passed on to consumers.
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BBC leftie journos gleefully promoting any way in which to cause fear in relation to Brexit- come on BBC, we have already left the EU, get over it. Next focus now is to scrap the license fee/tax Removed
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09/12/2020 10:51:49 0 2
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Brexit not mentioned once in the article, maybe take your right-wing glasses off before commenting, eh?
Keep stirring it up BBC your defund is getting ever nearer... :) Removed
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09/12/2020 10:40:48 2 0
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They are moving to New York
They don't care what you think
Leaving you behind :0)
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09/12/2020 10:41:22 2 0
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you really are lacking in common sense
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09/12/2020 10:42:48 3 0
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if you don't like the BBC p*** off and go somewhere else
Beautiful!

The remoaners fuming again.
Such fun
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09/12/2020 10:44:41 4 2
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The thickos blaming others again. Nice
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09/12/2020 10:45:56 2 1
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British businesses experiencing problems and you're happy because people you disagree with are upset at this.

Trash the UK to own the libs.

What happened to you to make you this way?
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09/12/2020 10:46:17 1 1
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Remoaners?
I thought we had left already?
Well it would appear the Chinese have pulled a flanker here! Sending Covid worldwide, makes us and the rest of the world more dependent on the....time now to start manufacturing our own products...open opportunity! Removed
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09/12/2020 10:48:37 1 0
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I dont think that's a very PC comment. Then again I'm no longer sure what is ok to say & what isnt. Am I allowed to wish you all a Merry Christmas or do a some people chose to be offended by it? Too late!??
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09/12/2020 10:27:51 261 86
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Stand up anyone who couldn't see this coming??? Sit down Boris!!!??
"He said it's "near impossible" to get goods out of China now because fewer vessels than normal are sailing to the UK and there's also a shortage of empty containers ready to be filled in Chinese ports."

The remoaneratti must be very special people indeed to see this coming.
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09/12/2020 10:57:09 19 3
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So fewer vessels, and yet our ports can't cope with the influx of goods. How does that work?
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09/12/2020 10:31:52 353 166
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What a sad pointless act of self harm Brexit is
Nothing to see here, just the usual lamentable tedium from the self-righteous indignant. Removed
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09/12/2020 10:50:15 27 11
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Nothing to see here, just the usual annoyance of those that were right that upsets those that are so demonstrably wrong. Suck it up buttercup it's all yours, enjoy the price rises.
Another non-news story from the BBC. Why not put up a Kay Burley HYS? I could have a field day with that self satisfied, opinionated hypocrite. :) Removed
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09/12/2020 10:59:29 2 0
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Or a Jim Ratcliffe one.
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09/12/2020 10:31:38 438 150
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To be fair this isn't caused by Brexit, but Brexit will exacerbate the problem & only a pathological idiot would have carried on with a 'no idea' Brexit in the middle of a Global Pandemic!

Ladies & Gentlemen..... I give you Boris Johnson, PM of the UK!??
The PM is delivering on what HE was elected to do a year ago. He delivered Brexit before COVID and we left the EU.
You people are the 'pathological idiots' trapped in some Groundhog Day dated 24th June 2016 dripping out the same inane abuse and misrepresentations.
Remainers tell us they are better educated and superior but cannot tell the difference between 'Brexit' (which is done) and FTA talks??
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09/12/2020 11:19:45 45 16
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But we wouldn't be having the wretched FTA talks if it wasn't for Brexit! We had free movement of goods for 40 years, then for narrow-minded Little Englander reasons we decided to ditch all that. Prices will rocket and shelves will empty rapidly in the new year, but people like you will find someone else to blame for the mess you've caused.
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09/12/2020 11:05:14 3 4
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Prices came down and choices increased when we joined the EU, it's inevitable that prices would rise and choices decrease when we left. This simple observation still seems far too complicated for "Brexiters".
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Here we go again from the remoaners - everything that is wrong with anything ,anywhere is to do with Brexit - what a load of self centered, arrogant idiots Removed
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09/12/2020 11:40:03 5 0
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Ooooh name calling! How very Oscar Wilde!!!??
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09/12/2020 11:45:34 1 0
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Here in the UK we say "self-centred"
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09/12/2020 11:38:45 2 9
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That was always for me the key Brexit question

Were the price/cost increases that were likely to occur worth it, to get out from the corrupt EU system.

It was a very close decision for me.
Yet another idiot brexiteer who has not got a clue what they are talking about. Removed
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09/12/2020 11:55:13 1 1
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I didn't say which way I voted. I think you need to learn to read before jumping to conclusions.

And yes I have more than enough knowledge to convince any sane person that the way the EU is run is corrupt. Just because they make the rules they get away with it. It doesn't make it right.
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09/12/2020 11:35:55 8 3
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And its about to get even worse with Brexit.

Well done people....
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09/12/2020 12:10:23 6 2
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As usual the ordinary punter getting shafted again.
It will be the ordinary punter that will always get shafted, as the well to do will always make a penny or two. Do not forget that these deal makers are making a bomb from the stock market by buying when low and selling when high. Cummings, Jacob Rees Moggs, etc. They create the confusion, buy at the low point and sell at the recovery point. Removed
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09/12/2020 12:05:36 3 2
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British what?
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Looks like the usual BS from remoaners again! Removed
09/12/2020 12:59:46 5 1
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Strong reasoned arguments for Brexit there....
09/12/2020 13:02:33 5 1
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How very Oscar Wilde (not)! Loving the reasoned debate!??
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09/12/2020 13:08:15 4 1
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Looks like usual insightful comments from Leavers again!
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09/12/2020 12:25:52 0 1
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It might be worldwide but it's still because of Brexit, so there, neh.
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09/12/2020 10:43:08 145 188
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When did you see this coming? Did you predict C-19? Did you predict the surge of imports by "austerity" Britain? Can I see your thesis on shipping containers?