Discussion in 'SMB' started by Ben Gardner, Nov 26, 2018.
Do Starbucks do this?
but you did.
I'm not sure if they still do, but when they first started over here they would.
Leavers were against Gina Miller insisting Parliament got a final say and leavers are against a 2nd referendum. Therefore that means TM gets to decide.
Or do you want a final say?
The bit I highlighted in bold. Is not true.
Why, that wasn't on the ballot paper, it just said leave - which she is doing.
Remainers asked for all the details 2 years ago and leavers couldn't come up with them, now TM has got some details you've realised the details do matter.
Well I disagree. Raab resigned because he knew he couldn't get a better deal and he also knew the deal on offer was utter shit. If he felt he could have got a better deal he wouldn't have resigned in the first place and he would now be saying to the UK public "this is what you could have had".
by default it is, if you didn't want parliament to have the vote or a 2nd referendum, all that is left is the government deciding which is what has happened.
If May's deal gets approved, we'll be leaving and we'll get the £350m a week for NHS and control of borders won't we???
The reason they are successful is quite simple, their pubs are the cleanest, serve the best beer, have the best service standards and keep on top of all the maintenance.
They employ local people and develop great teams of staff that work hard for each other. Worth noting each of the pubs raise a lot of money for charity each year also.
In a nut shell, JD Wetherspoons is one of the most successful UK retail business models in modern times.
That's a bit of a twisting of events. I expected the deal to be a compromise but atleast allow us to leave the single market. This deal only allows for that if the EU accept it. It's easier to leave the EU now then it will be in this new deal.
This is the equivalent of may taking the remain vote and saying we now should join the Euro. It's way way way out of the league of what we were expecting.
I've also drunk in Starbucks - it doesn't mean to say I approve of their fiscal agenda regarding corporate tax?
You seem to be linking one thing with something entirely different.
No and I've never been to starbucks.
True and on top of that they have publicity campaigns like lowering the hospitality VAT rate for a day. This helps other businesses as well but they might not have enough capital to be able to afford such a protest.
But black person can't be white... unless they are michael jackson.... so the gammon term does not really apply.
Whatever his idea of the way forward was it was obviously very different to Mays. It's obvious May has at best been weak as piss and at worst colluded with the EU, gone about the whole thing the wrong way from start to finish. The blokes that resigned have at least had some dignity to do so and not just go along with any old shit.
Honestly if someone said this is the EU's opening deal I would believe them.
Raab won't have had a different plan other than "no deal" otherwise he would have came out and said it.
His negotiating strategy no doubt amounted to little more than waiting for the EU to offer us a great deal because he probably still believed they need us more than we need them.
Ffs , do you not know what the EU have offered previously? They've offered other deals that have been turned down.
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