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 on: Yesterday at 11:49:00 AM 
Started by Eight - Last post by English Turbines
And that's a perfectly reasonable argument to have. 

But so many of the notions put forward by leave were just nonsense.  The idea that we would save money.  You've got a car boot pitch every sunday and you usually make 100 but it costs you 20.  So now you're 20 better off!  Ok you have no realistic plan at all about how to make the other 80 but you're 20 better off!  Idiocy.

But back in the real world we'll still need to trade with Europe which means we'll have to accept lots of their rules.  Except we just voted to not have any say in them at all.  Previously we were at the top table and when you get into the details actually had a hand in proposing lots of the rules people moan about or at the very least we agreed them.  So just a bang up job of taking back control there.

The other argument I hear when leavers get bored of facts is that they voted to leave because they were fed up of the "establishment" and *insert whatever gripe they like*.  Just beyond pathetic.

Hi m8,
              Not going to disagree about the money we pay versus the gains, however, as I said the reasons for leaving are many..I would take issue about us having a say at the table though, and our so called Government have spent so many years following EU directives they no longer know how to run a country, May certainly doesnt.
 Steves point about open Borders to all EU Passport holders is valid, although our Government is too busy serving big business needs its wide open to all comers...and thats got to stop..Forget Public service levels, there are too many people here already...LESS population is what we need, not more....
 I have never voted Labour, my concience is clear.
              :vulture:

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 on: Yesterday at 11:00:28 AM 
Started by The flying cat - Last post by The flying cat
The quad is a skystars 120, everything is very squeezed in and 'tight' the stack just fits in the frame, im wondering if it might be a good idea to cover the top and bottom frame plates with 'sticky back plastic' as blue peter used to call it, the stuff kids cover books with to stop the chance of grounding?

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 on: Yesterday at 10:33:44 AM 
Started by The flying cat - Last post by The flying cat
Thanks!

 4 
 on: Yesterday at 10:31:46 AM 
Started by Eight - Last post by jono44
I would watch this video of what the EU project really is. Heath was blackmailed into joining the political project by the way. But watch this vid.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EokwQi15pO0

 5 
 on: Yesterday at 10:30:09 AM 
Started by Eight - Last post by Loopdreams
I still don't like the idea of open borders to any EU member state "just because". I think immigration should be points-based and strictly enforced. We already do it for non-EU immigrants.
And that's a perfectly reasonable argument to have. 

But so many of the notions put forward by leave were just nonsense.  The idea that we would save money.  You've got a car boot pitch every sunday and you usually make 100 but it costs you 20.  So now you're 20 better off!  Ok you have no realistic plan at all about how to make the other 80 but you're 20 better off!  Idiocy.

But back in the real world we'll still need to trade with Europe which means we'll have to accept lots of their rules.  Except we just voted to not have any say in them at all.  Previously we were at the top table and when you get into the details actually had a hand in proposing lots of the rules people moan about or at the very least we agreed them.  So just a bang up job of taking back control there.

The other argument I hear when leavers get bored of facts is that they voted to leave because they were fed up of the "establishment" and *insert whatever gripe they like*.  Just beyond pathetic.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:25:43 AM 
Started by Eight - Last post by jono44
Hi Jono,
                  Yes, I heard that rumour too, its cobblers...Im pretty sure that those jobsworth nobodies that dreamt up LBT would like it to be true though.
  3 sets of LBT radio I have recently converted to FCC without any problems.

Im with Steve on the EU fiasco....everything he said...100%.

                        :vulture:

Thanks mate.
Just had a confirmation from Richard at T9 and said it can be done, might have to pick your brains on changing from LBT TO INTERNATIONAL

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 on: Yesterday at 10:07:52 AM 
Started by Eight - Last post by Steve W
I still don't like the idea of open borders to any EU member state "just because". I think immigration should be points-based and strictly enforced. We already do it for non-EU immigrants.

 8 
 on: Yesterday at 09:52:26 AM 
Started by Eight - Last post by Loopdreams
I voted leave for four reasons:

a) Uncontrolled borders is ridiculous and our public services are already at breaking point
Public services aren't a fixed resource, they are scaled to the size of the population.  They're at breaking point because of Tory ideology.  Immigration overall has lead to an increase in the available funds not a decrease (most of them are working, they contribute more than they cost) but simple facts like that don't stop immigrants from being a convenient scapegoat.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:29:36 AM 
Started by Eight - Last post by English Turbines
I'm sure I read or saw a video somewhere stating radios with LBT firmware have a block that won't allow you to change to international firmware.

 Hi Jono,
                  Yes, I heard that rumour too, its cobblers...Im pretty sure that those jobsworth nobodies that dreamt up LBT would like it to be true though.
  3 sets of LBT radio I have recently converted to FCC without any problems.

Im with Steve on the EU fiasco....everything he said...100%.

                        :vulture:

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 on: Yesterday at 09:21:25 AM 
Started by Eight - Last post by Steve W
I voted leave for four reasons:

a) Uncontrolled borders is ridiculous and our public services are already at breaking point
b) I don't like the idea of un-elected bureaucrats 1,000 miles away being able to dictate what can and can't be done in the UK
c) I don't ilke the idea that we have to financially "level the playing field" across countries by bailing them out - i.e. Greece. - when we have our own issues at home that directly affect myself and my family.
d) stuff like VATMOSS. Ugh.

Mostly a) though.

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