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.... and you know Cyprus will veto Turkey joining the EU, and that no EU pressure will be brought to bear on them; aside from the fact that the EU is currently in negotiations with Turkey on a deal to stop the migrants on the S/East Front in return for visa free travel, which merely exchanged Syrians et al for Turks.  :rolleyes:   So there are still 80 Albanians in our prisons, perhaps those were the one's I saw fighting on TV news last week ?  !    Get real.    :wink:

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and no matter what, Cyprus won't budge,  get real.  They have tried to join for 30 years and all of a sudden its a forgone conclusion because we are having a referendum.  Stop the lies, its humiliating.

 

Wow a whole eighty prisoners,  overwhelming.

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80 is your figure, and they're still in OUR prison system according to you !   So they haven't been deported?   8)      ... and you know "Cyprus won't budge" do you?   In which case, they'll veto the proposed deal with Turkey to give them a visa free travel concession to all EU countries, including Cyprus - I don't think so. They'll be bought off with OUR money by Brussels. 8)    But keep going with the speculation, as the only facts available are 1) Turkey and the Balkan basket cases have applied to join the EU. and 2) Turkey is currently demanding visa free travel throughout the EU as part of the deal; or it will turn the migrant tap back on.   :twisted:

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Unless Turkey relinquishes its claim on Cyprus there could be some pretty heated arguments in  the Euro parliament in which both Turkey & Greece were sitting. Mutual intransigence could completely gum up the workings of the parliament with tit for tat vetoes.

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Turkey has been trying and failing to join the EU for over 30 years yet the Trumpeters put out posters saying that they are joining,  this in turn scares the bejebus out of all their most fervent acolytes and gets them frothing.  Turkey are no nearer joining the EU than they were 5 years ago.  Have you anything but conflation and half truths and myth and lies?

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I admit there are advantages of belonging to the EU, I recall our lorries being stuck sometimes for weeks at European boarders before Schenger, Italy was one of the worst, but you need to weigh up advantages over disadvantages and in any case the UK does not belong to Schenger. 

 

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You don't even know what the agreement you are spouting nonsense about is called, and much less about how it works and what it governs.

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You don't even know what the agreement you are spouting nonsense about is called, and much less about how it works and what it governs.

 

Really, I you do, your such an ass PJ. Why the mods have not banned you is beyond me???

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Really, I you do, your such an ass PJ. Why the mods have not banned you is beyond me???

Get banned for pointing out your lack of comprehension? So what is this agreement called and what does it cover?

 

If you were talking about a Chinese sanitary ware factory then I do apologise  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:

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Just in case it slipped past you PJ;  EU tax-payers will be forking out a £6billion bribe to Turkey, to turn off the migrant flow through their country into the EU. Added to which, the Turks are demanding visa free travel throughout the EU as part of the deal; thus substituting Turks for Syrians et al; not too difficult to grasp even for you.   :rolleyes:

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Just in case it slipped past you PJ;  EU tax-payers will be forking out a £6billion bribe to Turkey, to turn off the migrant flow through their country into the EU. Added to which, the Turks are demanding visa free travel throughout the EU as part of the deal; thus substituting Turks for Syrians et al; not too difficult to grasp even for you.   :rolleyes:

 

So not joining the EU then and pray tell, how will an easing of restrictions to Turkish citizens movement  within the Schengen area affect the UK? ( you left out that bit for effect didn't you?)

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well here is a quote from the BBC

 

Turkey's parliament will block a deal with the EU on migrants if Turks do not gain visa-free access to the bloc, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says.

Access to the EU's passport-free Schengen area was a key demand by Turkey in an agreement struck in March.

But the EU says Turkey still needs to meet certain conditions, including changes to its terror laws, before access can be granted.

 

now off you trot and find me anything that says that Turkish people will be allowed to cross freely into the UK under this agreement, which incidentally is still unsigned.

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Bit out of date, given (in practice) the shengen zone no longer exists. Again, the clue is in the bold type "gain visa free access to the bloc". Failiure to secure a deal will obviously mean the Turks will turn the migrant tap back on; so I guess the EU are between a rock and a hard place; hence the need for Brexit.  8)

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No need for Brexit and Brexit would do very little to stop migration but chances causing untold damage to our economy , and before you go off on another of you hysterical and boring tirades, I will accept the advice of these and not the pathetic ramblings of a failed local politico.

 

• Governor of the Bank of England

• International Monetary Fund
• Institute for Fiscal Studies
• Confederation of British Industry
• Leaders/heads of state of every single other member of the EU
• President of the United States of America
• Eight former US Treasury Secretaries
• President of China
• Prime Minister of India
• Prime Minister of Canada
• Prime Minister of Australia
• Prime Minister of Japan
• Prime Minister of New Zealand
• The chief executives of most of the top 100 companies in the UK including Marks and Spencer, BT, Asda, Vodafone, Virgin, IBM, BMW etc.
• Kofi Annan, the former Secretary General of the United Nations
• All living former Prime Ministers of the UK (from both parties)
• Virtually all reputable and recognised economists
• The Prime Minister of the UK
• The leader of the Labour Party
• The Leader of the Liberal Democrats
• The Leader of the Green Party
• The Leader of the Scottish National Party
• The leader of Plaid Cymru
• Leader of Sinn Fein
• Martin Lewis, that money saving dude off the telly
• The Secretary General of the TUC
• Unison
• National Union of Students
• National Union of Farmers
• Stephen Hawking
• Chief Executive of the NHS
• 300 of the most prominent international historians
• Director of Europol
• David Anderson QC, Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation
• Former Directors of GCHQ
• Secretary General of Nato
• Church of England
• Church in Scotland
• Church in Wales
• Friends of the Earth
• Greenpeace
• Director General of the World Trade Organisation
• WWF
• World Bank
• OECD

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Oh, forgot - the "experts"; perhaps you could consult them on when tar-mac needs relaying, the lawn needs cutting or you need a haircut ?!   :lol:

 

PFFFFT  that is so immature, what a response,  tar mac laying is nothing to do with me and, hope you're sitting down, nothing to do with you either.  So are you truly saying that I should believe you above all of the following and if so why?  Because you are Napoleon?

 

• Governor of the Bank of England

• International Monetary Fund

• Institute for Fiscal Studies

• Confederation of British Industry

• Leaders/heads of state of every single other member of the EU

• President of the United States of America

• Eight former US Treasury Secretaries

• President of China

• Prime Minister of India

• Prime Minister of Canada

• Prime Minister of Australia

• Prime Minister of Japan

• Prime Minister of New Zealand

• The chief executives of most of the top 100 companies in the UK including Marks and Spencer, BT, Asda, Vodafone, Virgin, IBM, BMW etc.

• Kofi Annan, the former Secretary General of the United Nations

• All living former Prime Ministers of the UK (from both parties)

• Virtually all reputable and recognised economists

• The Prime Minister of the UK

• The leader of the Labour Party

• The Leader of the Liberal Democrats

• The Leader of the Green Party

• The Leader of the Scottish National Party

• The leader of Plaid Cymru

• Leader of Sinn Fein

• Martin Lewis, that money saving dude off the telly

• The Secretary General of the TUC

• Unison

• National Union of Students

• National Union of Farmers

• Stephen Hawking

• Chief Executive of the NHS

• 300 of the most prominent international historians

• Director of Europol

• David Anderson QC, Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation

• Former Directors of GCHQ

• Secretary General of Nato

• Church of England

• Church in Scotland

• Church in Wales

• Friends of the Earth

• Greenpeace

• Director General of the World Trade Organisation

• WWF

• World Bank

• OECD

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Well if you delete all the outside, non British interests, the list gets smaller.  Then delete those in receipt of EU funding, which they can't even work out is OUR money in the first place. Then the TU element, who's failiure to protect UK workers in the workplace has led to a pitifull reliance on EU law, which is enshrined in UK law in any case.   So a list of rather biased interests.   8)

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