Brexit electorate do not like foreigners. Stop using the criminals as a wind screen.mdaclarke wrote: ↑Wed Oct 28, 2020 11:13 pmIt makes perfect sense. Whether you choose to understand it is irrelevant. If you can't see how Romanian shoplifting gangs taking advantage of the FoM to enter the country and commit industrial scale shoplifting is relevant to the Brexit/Rejoin debate then that is your/remain/rejoin's problem.La soule wrote: ↑Wed Oct 28, 2020 8:44 pmThat point just doesn't make sense.mdaclarke wrote: ↑Wed Oct 28, 2020 7:17 pmWhataboutery
So because there are British criminals live in the EU it's ok that EU criminals go to the Uk?
As I said part of the price of EU membership is allowing foreign criminals (except for the most serious) into the UK.
The rejoin campaign better have a good answer to why this price is worth paying.
Ultimately the answer is that the financial benefit outweighs the cost of the offences carried out. That answer may make sense from a financial point of view, it is hard to make from an emotional point of view.
It is about cake again.
British criminals in the EU are irrelevant when it comes to Brexit and Rejoin as the voters who will have to decide are the British Electorate and they only care about foreign criminals in the UK. They couldn't give a stuff about criminals (British or otherwise) abroad.
Please continue as you have been as it is working dividends with the electorate.
I'll happily continue but I fear that BJ is just waiting for the outcome of the US election and buying time. If Biden wins, we might still have to deal with Bexiters for a while.