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  1. what even if "the contract" doesn't state so? you must be mad....
  2. in case you missed it bazza, there wont be any eu laws left in the uk after the repel bill, hence like the rest of the world, no need for the ecj in the uk......
  3. i agree with PK
  4. i am not shifting my emphasis i don't believe the eu or its institutions should have any role in the uk when it leaves... it was made clear by both side what the voting out would lead to.... the political firework that is waiting to go off if its not deemed to have left by the public is what most politicians fear not businesses that have no say on future elections....
  5. i thought the numbers had dropped? anyway the public sector party is been funded by reserves.....
  6. they can now fine you at the side of the road, if you don't have payment they clamp the vehicle, they are called deposits rather than fines.....
  7. if the ecj do play a role in the future what is to stop them finding tax laws are against eu citizen or anything else the uk does... the fact is the uk has voted to leave the eu, remainers like miss miller only want to stop exit... most of the eu right came from english law, all eu rights are been made into uk law, what's the problem? parliament needs full control of the future..... the remainers clearly don't want parliament in control despite miller's case....
  8. ?the eu want the ecj to have control in case of dispute.....
  9. lets not forget we already have the echr to deal with any matters, it does seem a bit of a trojan horse by the eu.....
  10. the concession given was that trigging article 50 changed rights, but as we can now see it doesn't, its the process after that does and that's voted on by parliament.... the government was correct in its approach, the lawyers messed it up.....
  11. but constant rises in public sector pay regardless of income effects everyone, its the same issue in the uk at the moment....
  12. the flipside is the eu could also change the law in the future and nothing the uk could do, which is why its a bad idea for the ecj to have any say......
  13. increasing public sector pay has the opposite effect, it decreases the amount of public sector jobs due to wage increases and inability to fund new jobs and slows growth in the private sector who have to pay for it..... the public sector workers just get richer.....
  14. then why can't the eu prove the legal basis for payment.... as for citizens rights,the ecj doesn't have any say outside the eu in any other country, it should be no different for the uk once they have left.... if you move to a foreign country you should except the laws,customs,way of life and learn the language......
  15. no contract= no payment....