Brexit already going to save lives in Britain. Brexit allowed Britain to get vaccine without European regulations....

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Brexit is likely going to save British lives....the red tape of belonging to the European union would have delayed the delivery of the vaccine to the subjects of Britain...

Regarding purchasing of the vaccine, Fund quotes Hugo Fry, the British managing director of Sanofi, the world’s fifth-biggest drug maker. According to Fry, the UK’s decoupling from the EU’s regulatory and purchasing bureaucracy enabled the “nimble buying” of hundreds of millions of doses. Thanks to Brexit, “the UK was able to do [the purchasing] in a single deal [that] meant that it got its deal done before France and before Germany.”

Regarding approval of the vaccine, Fund quotes Ambrose Evans-Pritchard:

The EU lacks anything like the UK’s Regulation 174 enabling fast-track action to fight pandemics, or chemical and nuclear attacks. Bureaucracy and legalistic inertia will give the virus one last chance to cause maximum devastation on the Continent, and this slippage of several weeks will have serious consequences for a clutch of eurozone economies already in trouble.
A German health minister says that EU countries decided not to pursue emergency approval of a vaccine. Why? Apparently, to maintain the solidarity of the EU system bloc.

How many lives will be lost in the name of EU “solidarity”? A great many probably, but none in the UK.

 
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Brexit is likely going to save British lives....the red tape of belonging to the European union would have delayed the delivery of the vaccine to the subjects of Britain...

Regarding purchasing of the vaccine, Fund quotes Hugo Fry, the British managing director of Sanofi, the world’s fifth-biggest drug maker. According to Fry, the UK’s decoupling from the EU’s regulatory and purchasing bureaucracy enabled the “nimble buying” of hundreds of millions of doses. Thanks to Brexit, “the UK was able to do [the purchasing] in a single deal [that] meant that it got its deal done before France and before Germany.”

Regarding approval of the vaccine, Fund quotes Ambrose Evans-Pritchard:

The EU lacks anything like the UK’s Regulation 174 enabling fast-track action to fight pandemics, or chemical and nuclear attacks. Bureaucracy and legalistic inertia will give the virus one last chance to cause maximum devastation on the Continent, and this slippage of several weeks will have serious consequences for a clutch of eurozone economies already in trouble.
A German health minister says that EU countries decided not to pursue emergency approval of a vaccine. Why? Apparently, to maintain the solidarity of the EU system bloc.

How many lives will be lost in the name of EU “solidarity”? A great many probably, but none in the UK.

And if there are serious side effects discovered later on will you be back to sing Brixit's praises again??
 

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debunked.

And...of course....your National Health system should have worked like a champ in the Chinese Flu out break......are you telling us it failed? And don't blame the tories.....blame the U.K. government....
The tories are the UK government you insular fuck.
 
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debunked.

And...of course....your National Health system should have worked like a champ in the Chinese Flu out break......are you telling us it failed? And don't blame the tories.....blame the U.K. government....
The tories are the UK government you insular fuck.

They don't run the bureaucracy you dumb fuck.....
 

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Brexit is likely going to save British lives....the red tape of belonging to the European union would have delayed the delivery of the vaccine to the subjects of Britain...

Regarding purchasing of the vaccine, Fund quotes Hugo Fry, the British managing director of Sanofi, the world’s fifth-biggest drug maker. According to Fry, the UK’s decoupling from the EU’s regulatory and purchasing bureaucracy enabled the “nimble buying” of hundreds of millions of doses. Thanks to Brexit, “the UK was able to do [the purchasing] in a single deal [that] meant that it got its deal done before France and before Germany.”

Regarding approval of the vaccine, Fund quotes Ambrose Evans-Pritchard:

The EU lacks anything like the UK’s Regulation 174 enabling fast-track action to fight pandemics, or chemical and nuclear attacks. Bureaucracy and legalistic inertia will give the virus one last chance to cause maximum devastation on the Continent, and this slippage of several weeks will have serious consequences for a clutch of eurozone economies already in trouble.
A German health minister says that EU countries decided not to pursue emergency approval of a vaccine. Why? Apparently, to maintain the solidarity of the EU system bloc.

How many lives will be lost in the name of EU “solidarity”? A great many probably, but none in the UK.


ehhhhh.... I'll wait until I see how effective the vaccine is.

The government rushing policies during the Spanish Flu, caused the death of millions. While I am generally in favor of fewer regulations over all, let's not jump on this one given a rushed vaccine is risky.
 

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Brexit is likely going to save British lives....the red tape of belonging to the European union would have delayed the delivery of the vaccine to the subjects of Britain...

Regarding purchasing of the vaccine, Fund quotes Hugo Fry, the British managing director of Sanofi, the world’s fifth-biggest drug maker. According to Fry, the UK’s decoupling from the EU’s regulatory and purchasing bureaucracy enabled the “nimble buying” of hundreds of millions of doses. Thanks to Brexit, “the UK was able to do [the purchasing] in a single deal [that] meant that it got its deal done before France and before Germany.”

Regarding approval of the vaccine, Fund quotes Ambrose Evans-Pritchard:

The EU lacks anything like the UK’s Regulation 174 enabling fast-track action to fight pandemics, or chemical and nuclear attacks. Bureaucracy and legalistic inertia will give the virus one last chance to cause maximum devastation on the Continent, and this slippage of several weeks will have serious consequences for a clutch of eurozone economies already in trouble.
A German health minister says that EU countries decided not to pursue emergency approval of a vaccine. Why? Apparently, to maintain the solidarity of the EU system bloc.

How many lives will be lost in the name of EU “solidarity”? A great many probably, but none in the UK.

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Brexit is likely going to save British lives....the red tape of belonging to the European union would have delayed the delivery of the vaccine to the subjects of Britain...

Regarding purchasing of the vaccine, Fund quotes Hugo Fry, the British managing director of Sanofi, the world’s fifth-biggest drug maker. According to Fry, the UK’s decoupling from the EU’s regulatory and purchasing bureaucracy enabled the “nimble buying” of hundreds of millions of doses. Thanks to Brexit, “the UK was able to do [the purchasing] in a single deal [that] meant that it got its deal done before France and before Germany.”

Regarding approval of the vaccine, Fund quotes Ambrose Evans-Pritchard:

The EU lacks anything like the UK’s Regulation 174 enabling fast-track action to fight pandemics, or chemical and nuclear attacks. Bureaucracy and legalistic inertia will give the virus one last chance to cause maximum devastation on the Continent, and this slippage of several weeks will have serious consequences for a clutch of eurozone economies already in trouble.
A German health minister says that EU countries decided not to pursue emergency approval of a vaccine. Why? Apparently, to maintain the solidarity of the EU system bloc.

How many lives will be lost in the name of EU “solidarity”? A great many probably, but none in the UK.

No, you've got it all arse about face as usual.
There was no red tape since we joined the EU. Goods and workers flowed to and from Britain to the continent. At present we are in a transition period while a deal is worked out. From Jan 1st 2021 Brexit comes into play. There will have to be Custom Posts on the south coast and continent also between the Republic of Ireland and the UK. This threatens the Good Friday Agreement which states there can be no physical border between ROI and the UK.

It is going to be chaos on Jan 1st whether we have a deal or not.
Had Brexit been in play when the vaccines were shipped they would have had to be checked on both sides of the channel.
that is why there is no red tape
 

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Brexit is likely going to save British lives....the red tape of belonging to the European union would have delayed the delivery of the vaccine to the subjects of Britain...

Regarding purchasing of the vaccine, Fund quotes Hugo Fry, the British managing director of Sanofi, the world’s fifth-biggest drug maker. According to Fry, the UK’s decoupling from the EU’s regulatory and purchasing bureaucracy enabled the “nimble buying” of hundreds of millions of doses. Thanks to Brexit, “the UK was able to do [the purchasing] in a single deal [that] meant that it got its deal done before France and before Germany.”

Regarding approval of the vaccine, Fund quotes Ambrose Evans-Pritchard:

The EU lacks anything like the UK’s Regulation 174 enabling fast-track action to fight pandemics, or chemical and nuclear attacks. Bureaucracy and legalistic inertia will give the virus one last chance to cause maximum devastation on the Continent, and this slippage of several weeks will have serious consequences for a clutch of eurozone economies already in trouble.
A German health minister says that EU countries decided not to pursue emergency approval of a vaccine. Why? Apparently, to maintain the solidarity of the EU system bloc.

How many lives will be lost in the name of EU “solidarity”? A great many probably, but none in the UK.

No, you've got it all arse about face as usual.
There was no red tape since we joined the EU. Goods and workers flowed to and from Britain to the continent. At present we are in a transition period while a deal is worked out. From Jan 1st 2021 Brexit comes into play. There will have to be Custom Posts on the south coast and continent also between the Republic of Ireland and the UK. This threatens the Good Friday Agreement which states there can be no physical border between ROI and the UK.

It is going to be chaos on Jan 1st whether we have a deal or not.
Had Brexit been in play when the vaccines were shipped they would have had to be checked on both sides of the channel.
that is why there is no red tape
Have you been stocking up ?
 

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Brexit is likely going to save British lives....the red tape of belonging to the European union would have delayed the delivery of the vaccine to the subjects of Britain...

Regarding purchasing of the vaccine, Fund quotes Hugo Fry, the British managing director of Sanofi, the world’s fifth-biggest drug maker. According to Fry, the UK’s decoupling from the EU’s regulatory and purchasing bureaucracy enabled the “nimble buying” of hundreds of millions of doses. Thanks to Brexit, “the UK was able to do [the purchasing] in a single deal [that] meant that it got its deal done before France and before Germany.”

Regarding approval of the vaccine, Fund quotes Ambrose Evans-Pritchard:

The EU lacks anything like the UK’s Regulation 174 enabling fast-track action to fight pandemics, or chemical and nuclear attacks. Bureaucracy and legalistic inertia will give the virus one last chance to cause maximum devastation on the Continent, and this slippage of several weeks will have serious consequences for a clutch of eurozone economies already in trouble.
A German health minister says that EU countries decided not to pursue emergency approval of a vaccine. Why? Apparently, to maintain the solidarity of the EU system bloc.

How many lives will be lost in the name of EU “solidarity”? A great many probably, but none in the UK.

No, you've got it all arse about face as usual.
There was no red tape since we joined the EU. Goods and workers flowed to and from Britain to the continent. At present we are in a transition period while a deal is worked out. From Jan 1st 2021 Brexit comes into play. There will have to be Custom Posts on the south coast and continent also between the Republic of Ireland and the UK. This threatens the Good Friday Agreement which states there can be no physical border between ROI and the UK.

It is going to be chaos on Jan 1st whether we have a deal or not.
Had Brexit been in play when the vaccines were shipped they would have had to be checked on both sides of the channel.
that is why there is no red tape
Have you been stocking up ?
Na, if I run out of toilet rolls I'll just use newspaper! - You?
 

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Brexit is likely going to save British lives....the red tape of belonging to the European union would have delayed the delivery of the vaccine to the subjects of Britain...

Regarding purchasing of the vaccine, Fund quotes Hugo Fry, the British managing director of Sanofi, the world’s fifth-biggest drug maker. According to Fry, the UK’s decoupling from the EU’s regulatory and purchasing bureaucracy enabled the “nimble buying” of hundreds of millions of doses. Thanks to Brexit, “the UK was able to do [the purchasing] in a single deal [that] meant that it got its deal done before France and before Germany.”

Regarding approval of the vaccine, Fund quotes Ambrose Evans-Pritchard:

The EU lacks anything like the UK’s Regulation 174 enabling fast-track action to fight pandemics, or chemical and nuclear attacks. Bureaucracy and legalistic inertia will give the virus one last chance to cause maximum devastation on the Continent, and this slippage of several weeks will have serious consequences for a clutch of eurozone economies already in trouble.
A German health minister says that EU countries decided not to pursue emergency approval of a vaccine. Why? Apparently, to maintain the solidarity of the EU system bloc.

How many lives will be lost in the name of EU “solidarity”? A great many probably, but none in the UK.

No, you've got it all arse about face as usual.
There was no red tape since we joined the EU. Goods and workers flowed to and from Britain to the continent. At present we are in a transition period while a deal is worked out. From Jan 1st 2021 Brexit comes into play. There will have to be Custom Posts on the south coast and continent also between the Republic of Ireland and the UK. This threatens the Good Friday Agreement which states there can be no physical border between ROI and the UK.

It is going to be chaos on Jan 1st whether we have a deal or not.
Had Brexit been in play when the vaccines were shipped they would have had to be checked on both sides of the channel.
that is why there is no red tape
Have you been stocking up ?
Na, if I run out of toilet rolls I'll just use newspaper! - You?
Just Lavazza coffee. Wife always buys beans,toms , pasta and rice in bulk anyway.
 

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Brexit is likely going to save British lives....the red tape of belonging to the European union would have delayed the delivery of the vaccine to the subjects of Britain...

Regarding purchasing of the vaccine, Fund quotes Hugo Fry, the British managing director of Sanofi, the world’s fifth-biggest drug maker. According to Fry, the UK’s decoupling from the EU’s regulatory and purchasing bureaucracy enabled the “nimble buying” of hundreds of millions of doses. Thanks to Brexit, “the UK was able to do [the purchasing] in a single deal [that] meant that it got its deal done before France and before Germany.”

Regarding approval of the vaccine, Fund quotes Ambrose Evans-Pritchard:

The EU lacks anything like the UK’s Regulation 174 enabling fast-track action to fight pandemics, or chemical and nuclear attacks. Bureaucracy and legalistic inertia will give the virus one last chance to cause maximum devastation on the Continent, and this slippage of several weeks will have serious consequences for a clutch of eurozone economies already in trouble.
A German health minister says that EU countries decided not to pursue emergency approval of a vaccine. Why? Apparently, to maintain the solidarity of the EU system bloc.

How many lives will be lost in the name of EU “solidarity”? A great many probably, but none in the UK.

I think the remoaners should pay for their vaccine shot.
 

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