Yes, but I don't sell meat I'm afraid.You got a website, mudsticks?
Well I respect anyone's right to be vegetarian or indeed vegan for their own personal reasons.The animals would probably disagree I would imagine if they had a choice though.
Brexiteers going for the same easy to recognise smiley that the covid deniers are?
If you're going to cite Thatcher in a Brexit thread I think this speech is a better example of what we've thrown away.
I wonder if there is any evidence that 'we have always disagreed with this law'? Any previous mention of it? Any attempts to change it when we were members?Car insurance premiums not to go up by another £50 quid.
"British motorists have been saved from a potential £50 increase to their driver’s insurance, after the government announced it would scrap the EU’s requirement for coverage on vehicles used on private land. The European Court of Justice’s “Vnuk” decision – which mandated insurance for vehicles such as quad bikes, golf buggies, and mobility scooters – will be ditched by the Department for Transport “at the earliest possible opportunity”, as the UK moves to create its own new legislation away from EU orbit. The “Vnuk” ruling would have made insurance companies liable for an extra £2 billion in coverage costs, which would inevitably have been passed on to customers…
Calling the decision “a clear win for motorists in Britain”, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said:
“We have always disagreed with this over-the-top law that would only do one thing – hit the pockets of hard-working people up and down the country with an unnecessary hike in their car insurance. I am delighted to announce that we no longer need to implement it.
“Scrapping this rule would save the country billions of pounds and is part of a new and prosperous future for the UK outside the EU – a future in which we set our own rules and regulations.”
OK I had a brief look and Shapps is banging on about the potential effect on the motorsport industry. However... the EU had already voted to exclude motorsport from the legislation, subject to member state approval.I wonder if there is any evidence that 'we have always disagreed with this law'? Any previous mention of it? Any attempts to change it when we were members?