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30-04-2021, 04:36 PM
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Re: A new trade deal in the making

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Lord Frost was more prepared than the others by not disclosing the documents in a photo shoot, instead putting them out of sight and out of the public domain.
Wow, you have proven again your ability to turn everything around and let it look better.
Very good, I honestly envy you for that ability.
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Re: A new trade deal in the making

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You see: ministers on both sides have already agreed the bit on gender equality.
And - better yet - it's similar to a chapter in out deal with Japan.
Some "arrogance" there then and another example of the deliberate misinformation prevalent from EUrophiles - but that as we know is the EU way.


https://www.independent.co.uk/news/u...-b1839763.html
Yes, both sides. New zealand must think the UK has much to learn from them. Same article says:

New Zealand, one of the few nations to have had three female leaders, has a number of progressive policies on women’s rights and gender equality. In 2018, it became the first country in the world to pass legislation which gives domestic abuse victims 10 days of paid leave from work to flee their partner.

Last month, New Zealand became one of the first countries to give parents who suffer miscarriages or stillbirths paid leave from work, after parliament voted in favour of giving both mothers and their partners three days of bereavement leave.
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30-04-2021, 04:38 PM
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Re: A new trade deal in the making

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Yes, both sides. New zealand must think the UK has much to learn from them. Same article says:

New Zealand, one of the few nations to have had three female leaders, has a number of progressive policies on women’s rights and gender equality. In 2018, it became the first country in the world to pass legislation which gives domestic abuse victims 10 days of paid leave from work to flee their partner.

Last month, New Zealand became one of the first countries to give parents who suffer miscarriages or stillbirths paid leave from work, after parliament voted in favour of giving both mothers and their partners three days of bereavement leave.
That shows that UK is willing to learn, which is a good thing.
Unlike the EU who carry on making the same mistakes it would appear.
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30-04-2021, 05:07 PM
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Re: A new trade deal in the making

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That shows that UK is willing to learn, which is a good thing.
Unlike the EU who carry on making the same mistakes it would appear.
And have female commission president. The UK had a female pm twice. Learned anything from that? As you now have a male.
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30-04-2021, 06:24 PM
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And have female commission president. The UK had a female pm twice. Learned anything from that? As you now have a male.
Apart from proving that you're sexist too, what on earth does your ludicrous statement regarding gender have to do with ability?
 
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