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Found 27th Oct
GDPR is a piece of upcoming EU regulation set to take effect in May 2018. It will affect both businesses and consumers alike, across the globe.

The short story is, businesses (big and small) need to be more careful with their data, else they will face massive fines. Individuals will be entitled to ask a company for all the data said companies holds on them for free, the company must comply within 1 month lest, again, the face massive fines.

Interesting piece of legislation, and a nice book to have at hand.

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This is hilarious. The irony. Some marketing bod at UKFast is a comedy genius. Give us all your personal details, and we'll send you a guide about protecting your personal data.

Graham19794 h, 36 m ago

Not to worry the UK tax payer will still be paying for this tripe while …Not to worry the UK tax payer will still be paying for this tripe while our pensioners go cold this winter.



Yheah the same pensioners who voted out without pausing and thinking about the outcome...
Edited by: "OperaUK" 27th Oct
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Where to get it from?

Nice one

Crap description, it's not just interesting legislation, it replaces the Data Protection Act. Lots have changed, most importantly for companies and clubs etc the fines are potentially massive for breaches. For citizens new rights and clearer information about how your data is used and shared also comes in along with wider ranging access to info and the right for data to be removed.

This is hilarious. The irony. Some marketing bod at UKFast is a comedy genius. Give us all your personal details, and we'll send you a guide about protecting your personal data.

Remainers will be drooling over this, Terry Christian especially .

morrig10 m ago

Remainers will be drooling over this, Terry Christian especially .


Not to worry the UK tax payer will still be paying for this tripe while our pensioners go cold this winter.

UKFast are a very reputable hosting company and I think the guide is really intended for businesses. They don't really provide consumer services so I can't see how this is a data gathering exercise especially when you consider the price of printing and posting the guide.

Graham197926 m ago

Not to worry the UK tax payer will still be paying for this tripe while …Not to worry the UK tax payer will still be paying for this tripe while our pensioners go cold this winter.


Yes £ 365m a week for NHS ...from now on .

Graham19791 h, 9 m ago

Not to worry the UK tax payer will still be paying for this tripe while …Not to worry the UK tax payer will still be paying for this tripe while our pensioners go cold this winter.

Pensioners are the only ones doing well out of the economy at the moment with their above inflationary increases

Will it will be valid after brexit?

antonywhite371 h, 59 m ago

Pensioners are the only ones doing well out of the economy at the moment …Pensioners are the only ones doing well out of the economy at the moment with their above inflationary increases



You wrote, "Doing well out of the economy with above inflationary increase." Is this a cruel joke?

How about you get yourself a wage for £100 a week, then you get way above inflation increase to £105 a week. You are laughing all the way to the bank with this well above inflation busting £5 a week extra! Then I say that you are the only one doing well out of the economy.

Grochotaki34 m ago

Will it will be valid after brexit?



Yes. Until such time as it is revoked (unlikely I reckon) or changed.

Graham19794 h, 36 m ago

Not to worry the UK tax payer will still be paying for this tripe while …Not to worry the UK tax payer will still be paying for this tripe while our pensioners go cold this winter.



Yheah the same pensioners who voted out without pausing and thinking about the outcome...
Edited by: "OperaUK" 27th Oct

OperaUK46 m ago

Yheah the same pensioners who voted out without pausing and thinking about …Yheah the same pensioners who voted out without pausing and thinking about the outcome...


Yeah, naw they remember life before the EU superstate and the laws and taxes it imposes without scrutiny or question. They want their country back and believe in democracy that their parents fought for in the second world war. No more money for lesbian donkey sanctuaries in Romania or bipolar caterpillars in Poland. The future looks bright and thankfully we have the foot ahead when the EU finally dies.

Graham197931 m ago

Yeah, naw they remember life before the EU superstate and the laws and …Yeah, naw they remember life before the EU superstate and the laws and taxes it imposes without scrutiny or question. They want their country back and believe in democracy that their parents fought for in the second world war. No more money for lesbian donkey sanctuaries in Romania or bipolar caterpillars in Poland. The future looks bright and thankfully we have the foot ahead when the EU finally dies.


Don't forget the tourettes tarantulas of Turkey ****!

Madalion48 m ago

Don't forget the tourettes tarantulas of Turkey ****!


Exactly and the one legged frog society for injured frogs of France or the trans-species dolphins (who want to be whales) of Denmark.

We are so lucky to be getting, thank goodness for the will of the people in on of the greatest and oldest democracies in the world. Can't wait!

The legislation has nothing to do with Brexit and Brexit won't affect us implementing it. The reality is that if we want to trade with Europe we will have to adopt it which we are doing. As individuals this new legislation give us a large number of rights with regards to our information when it comes to companies. For companies this has the potential of being a nightmare if they don't get their act together now for its going live in May.

Exactly, the UK will have to comply with most EU legislation going forward if it wants to continue trading with the EU. We will just have no ability to influence legislation. Still time for the decision to be reversed with a second referendum.

The Information Commissioner’s Office are the regulator for privacy and data protection. There are a number of free resources available to all to download and print, and you don’t need to enter an email address to get them- ico.org.uk

Madalion10 h, 11 m ago

Don't forget the tourettes tarantulas of Turkey ****!


Graham19799 h, 23 m ago

Exactly and the one legged frog society for injured frogs of France or the …Exactly and the one legged frog society for injured frogs of France or the trans-species dolphins (who want to be whales) of Denmark.We are so lucky to be getting, thank goodness for the will of the people in on of the greatest and oldest democracies in the world. Can't wait!


Are you talking about Greece?

And dont forget the The one foot in the grave flies and Walking Dead maggots in the UK ,part of the Farage species !

We won't be leaving the EU, don't worry. There will be another vote and the leave camp will just have to respect democracy.

Graham197917 h, 25 m ago

Yeah, naw they remember life before the EU superstate and the laws and …Yeah, naw they remember life before the EU superstate and the laws and taxes it imposes without scrutiny or question. They want their country back and believe in democracy that their parents fought for in the second world war. No more money for lesbian donkey sanctuaries in Romania or bipolar caterpillars in Poland. The future looks bright and thankfully we have the foot ahead when the EU finally dies.



You don't half talk some poo, whilst i was quite young I clearly remember life before the EU, and it was no where near as rosy as you seem to have deluded yourself into thinking.
Rampant capitalism crushing workers rights, sky high prices as manufacturers took complete advantage of a captive market and for me the worst of all, pollution so bad swimming at the seaside was a complete no no unless you enjoyed turds floating round you.

maddogb1 h, 0 m ago

You don't half talk some poo, whilst i was quite young I clearly remember …You don't half talk some poo, whilst i was quite young I clearly remember life before the EU, and it was no where near as rosy as you seem to have deluded yourself into thinking.Rampant capitalism crushing workers rights, sky high prices as manufacturers took complete advantage of a captive market and for me the worst of all, pollution so bad swimming at the seaside was a complete no no unless you enjoyed turds floating round you.


It must have been fantastic, walking along your local high street not having gangs of unemployed eastern Europeans hanging about. Being able to buy a bendy banana or knowing that you influence the democracy that you live in. Living in a country where Frau Merkel was unable to offload the millions shes welcoming to Germany. Living in a country where your MP represented YOU and not the EU's interests.

I assume you will want to leave the UK being an EU citizen at heart. May I recommend eastern Poland or Romania, probably don't want to venture too far away from the main cities though.

motionwerk7 h, 43 m ago

Are you talking about Greece?


Ah Greece, a perfect example of why we need to be out of Europe NOW!

Graham19792 h, 0 m ago

It must have been fantastic, walking along your local high street not …It must have been fantastic, walking along your local high street not having gangs of unemployed eastern Europeans hanging about. Being able to buy a bendy banana or knowing that you influence the democracy that you live in. Living in a country where Frau Merkel was unable to offload the millions shes welcoming to Germany. Living in a country where your MP represented YOU and not the EU's interests. I assume you will want to leave the UK being an EU citizen at heart. May I recommend eastern Poland or Romania, probably don't want to venture too far away from the main cities though.


*sigh*

Massive bite - sorry in advance to everyone else.

Personally, I wasn't born before we joined the EU but I've never seen any gangs of eastern Europeans "hanging about" and this bendy banana thing is something idiots use to remind us how bad the EU is, even though it's false - fake news bud, in lingo you can understand.

As far as I can tell, Merkle hasn't unloaded anyone on to me, nor do I think she's likely to because that'd be pretty weird but if you're annoyed that she's welcoming refugees into her country, you might just be a terrible person or a super villain. Or both. I suspect the former but have my fingers crossed you're the latter.

And a bit of news for you my chum - your MP almost certainly doesn't represent you or the EU. He/she represents themselves and will be using their position to maneuver themselves into a better job by cosying up to a variety of different companies now, in preparation for when they leave.

Ever been to Poland? It's a beautiful country, with pretty much all the facilities you get in the UK. Can't say I've been to Romania but I imagine it's not too dissimilar, with lots to see and do, with people just being people, doing people-y things. Not sure what your getting at with that statement really. I suspect you have a variety of issues and might be projecting your insecurities, but what do I know? I'm just a voice on the Web, telling you to put down the Daily Fail and/or s*n and go out and read some books.

Graham19792 h, 4 m ago

It must have been fantastic, walking along your local high street not …It must have been fantastic, walking along your local high street not having gangs of unemployed eastern Europeans hanging about. Being able to buy a bendy banana or knowing that you influence the democracy that you live in. Living in a country where Frau Merkel was unable to offload the millions shes welcoming to Germany. Living in a country where your MP represented YOU and not the EU's interests. I assume you will want to leave the UK being an EU citizen at heart. May I recommend eastern Poland or Romania, probably don't want to venture too far away from the main cities though.


Guess you love bendy bananas ,say no more ,have you ever seen a straight banana , oh yes its called a Dildo !

KonsumerKing25 m ago

Guess you love bendy bananas ,say no more ,have you ever seen a straight …Guess you love bendy bananas ,say no more ,have you ever seen a straight banana , oh yes its called a Dildo !


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One straight banana, although I think a Aubergine would be more your style, even the biggest might be on the small size

GDPR will affect nearly every business from sole traders to multinationals. It was mainly to try and stop the major data breaches/hacks like Sony, linked in, yahoo, etc. But its been extended to cover all businesses. Businesses are required to document what data (every contact) is held, how its used, and gain consent (for every data piece I.e. telephone no, email, IP address), then securely store it, and provide a full audit trail of a users data. Then there is ensuring strong data security, updating company data/computer policies. This isn't all the requirements.

Its a big old task. For every business.

Easiest for small businesses is to get on cloud systems so you don't have to worry about security (as much). This includes finance like Xero and CRM. There is only one or two CRM (customer relationship management) systems out there GDPR ready.

I work for one of them. I wont hawk on here so if of interest message me

Traffy843 m ago

*sigh*Massive bite - sorry in advance to everyone else. … *sigh*Massive bite - sorry in advance to everyone else. Personally, I wasn't born before we joined the EU but I've never seen any gangs of eastern Europeans "hanging about" and this bendy banana thing is something idiots use to remind us how bad the EU is, even though it's false - fake news bud, in lingo you can understand. As far as I can tell, Merkle hasn't unloaded anyone on to me, nor do I think she's likely to because that'd be pretty weird but if you're annoyed that she's welcoming refugees into her country, you might just be a terrible person or a super villain. Or both. I suspect the former but have my fingers crossed you're the latter. And a bit of news for you my chum - your MP almost certainly doesn't represent you or the EU. He/she represents themselves and will be using their position to maneuver themselves into a better job by cosying up to a variety of different companies now, in preparation for when they leave. Ever been to Poland? It's a beautiful country, with pretty much all the facilities you get in the UK. Can't say I've been to Romania but I imagine it's not too dissimilar, with lots to see and do, with people just being people, doing people-y things. Not sure what your getting at with that statement really. I suspect you have a variety of issues and might be projecting your insecurities, but what do I know? I'm just a voice on the Web, telling you to put down the Daily Fail and/or s*n and go out and read some books.




Oh dear, look what 5 seconds on Google found, chum

Commission Regulation (EC) No. 2257/94 of 16 September 1994 laying down quality standards for bananas, sometimes referred to in the media as the bendy banana law, is a European Union regulation specifying classification standards for bananas, which took effect on 1 January 1995.[1] It was replaced by Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1333/2011 of 19 December 2011 laying down marketing standards for bananas, rules on the verification of compliance with those marketing standards and requirements for notifications in the banana sector with effect as of 9 January 2012.[2]

Yes I have been to Poland, major city centre fine, lots of theives, pickpockets and homeless children, 30 seconds out and the poverty set in, the further out the worse it became. Post communist tower blocks, prostitutes and brothels. The people lived on next to nothing and in poverty, the countries in eastern Europe actively want rid of their low skilled, poor educated labour. I do recall adverts in the late 90's telling these people to come to the UK as you get enough money for 140 chickens a week. If life was so good in Poland why have 1,000,000+ moved here? Why do we have to care and pay for 440,000+ EU children.

If my MP doesn't represent me then I get rid at the next election, with the EU who exactly did you vote for? Juncker? The EU can't stand democacy because many remember the European Union as an economic club and not the EU superstate the Germans dream of.

Remember when people laughed at Nasty Nigel when he suggested the EU wanted it's own army? Not laughing now, would you send your children to join the EU army? I don't think so.

Emmanuel Macron calls for EU army and shared defence budget
independent.co.uk/new…tml

The French President called for the introduction of EU identity cards, a shared defence budget and a European military intervention force.

Speaking at Paris-Sorbonne University, he also proposed a shared budget for eurozone countries and an EU-wide asylum agency to help tackle the migration crisis.

Not even the socialist french want the economic migrant burden.

Frau Merkel beleived that she would be able to use the Schengen area to disperse refugees but it backfired, the poor EU countries weren't having a bar of it, quite ironically they want rid of their own idiots but wont take others.

This country has a bright future, it has managed to break free of the sinking European dictatorship just in time. I would offer them nothing and walk away without a trade deal. Lets see what happens when they start laying off 100,000s of workers in France and Germany, no wait that economic powerhouse that is Romania will buy all the cars we used too!

Graham19795 h, 19 m ago

It must have been fantastic, walking along your local high street not …It must have been fantastic, walking along your local high street not having gangs of unemployed eastern Europeans hanging about. Being able to buy a bendy banana or knowing that you influence the democracy that you live in. Living in a country where Frau Merkel was unable to offload the millions shes welcoming to Germany. Living in a country where your MP represented YOU and not the EU's interests. I assume you will want to leave the UK being an EU citizen at heart. May I recommend eastern Poland or Romania, probably don't want to venture too far away from the main cities though.



aside from all that tosh about stuff you clearly do not understand your definition of "fantastic" varies considerably from mine, it is a shame you have never heard of the old adage "divide and conquer"

Graham19793 h, 11 m ago

[Image] One straight banana, although I think a Aubergine would be more …[Image] One straight banana, although I think a Aubergine would be more your style, even the biggest might be on the small size


You still cannot lose the shackles of the very EU that torments your soul ,in the UK we call them Eggplants ,but to you they are Aubergines ,and you probably think bananas grow in the UK ! Don,t forget to shut the door on your way out ,oh and mind the step (poo), its not called Merde !

Graham19798 h, 13 m ago

Oh dear, look what 5 seconds on Google found, chumCommission Regulation …Oh dear, look what 5 seconds on Google found, chumCommission Regulation (EC) No. 2257/94 of 16 September 1994 laying down quality standards for bananas, sometimes referred to in the media as the bendy banana law, is a European Union regulation specifying classification standards for bananas, which took effect on 1 January 1995.[1] It was replaced by Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1333/2011 of 19 December 2011 laying down marketing standards for bananas, rules on the verification of compliance with those marketing standards and requirements for notifications in the banana sector with effect as of 9 January 2012.[2]Yes I have been to Poland, major city centre fine, lots of theives, pickpockets and homeless children, 30 seconds out and the poverty set in, the further out the worse it became. Post communist tower blocks, prostitutes and brothels. The people lived on next to nothing and in poverty, the countries in eastern Europe actively want rid of their low skilled, poor educated labour. I do recall adverts in the late 90's telling these people to come to the UK as you get enough money for 140 chickens a week. If life was so good in Poland why have 1,000,000+ moved here? Why do we have to care and pay for 440,000+ EU children.If my MP doesn't represent me then I get rid at the next election, with the EU who exactly did you vote for? Juncker? The EU can't stand democacy because many remember the European Union as an economic club and not the EU superstate the Germans dream of.Remember when people laughed at Nasty Nigel when he suggested the EU wanted it's own army? Not laughing now, would you send your children to join the EU army? I don't think so.Emmanuel Macron calls for EU army and shared defence budgethttp://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/emmanuel-emmanuel-macron-eu-army-joint-defence-budget-french-president-nato-britain-brexit-russia-a7968346.htmlThe French President called for the introduction of EU identity cards, a shared defence budget and a European military intervention force.Speaking at Paris-Sorbonne University, he also proposed a shared budget for eurozone countries and an EU-wide asylum agency to help tackle the migration crisis.Not even the socialist french want the economic migrant burden.Frau Merkel beleived that she would be able to use the Schengen area to disperse refugees but it backfired, the poor EU countries weren't having a bar of it, quite ironically they want rid of their own idiots but wont take others.This country has a bright future, it has managed to break free of the sinking European dictatorship just in time. I would offer them nothing and walk away without a trade deal. Lets see what happens when they start laying off 100,000s of workers in France and Germany, no wait that economic powerhouse that is Romania will buy all the cars we used too!


Unbelievable. First using wiki as your source material and then using a quote which states that what you're saying is false anyway. It's referred to as the 'bendy banana law' by the red tops, so I suppose that's technically true.

To clarify:

Bananas have always been classified by quality and size for international trade. Because the standards, set by individual governments and the industry, were confusing, the European Commission was asked to draw up new rules.

Commission regulation 2257/94 decreed that bananas in general should be “free from malformation or abnormal curvature”. Those sold as “extra class” must be perfect, “class 1” can have “slight defects of shape” and “class 2” can have full-scale “defects of shape”.

Nothing is banned under the regulation, which sets grading rules requested by industry to make sure importers – including UK wholesalers and supermarkets – know exactly what they will be getting when they order a box of bananas.

So not banned, simply catagorized - like every other type of fruit.

Poland has pickpockets, thieves, brothels, prostitutes and homeless children you say? Much like nearly every country on planet, including the UK then. You could be describing us quite easily! Why do we have 1 million + Polish people living here? We don't. We have approximately 831,000 going by your favourite fact site - Wikipedia - and although I can't speak for an group of people, all of whom have a wide variety of complex needs and wants, I can make a guess that jobs and family are key issues, as well our countries close ties from the 2nd World War in which they helped rid of a load of warmongering racist scumbags and we allowed a lot of their people to resettle here.


Why do we have to pay for 440,000 EU children? First, where have you got that figure from? Second, why is that even your question? Aren't you morally obligated to ensure children are fed, clothed and cared for, regardless of their place of birth. Don't answer that - I think I already know what you're going to say and it's verging back into supervillian territory.

Ah, that old chestnut! MEP's are democratically elected. They always have been, although I think Farage being one made everyone assume that someone can just walk in off the street and be one. Links here: europarl.europa.eu/uni…tml if you want to see how it actually works, instead of relying on The Mail to tell you.

I remember laughing at Nigel. I remember because it was about 5 minutes ago. Followed by a substantial period of time crying because he managed to convince a lot of people that he was 'one of them' even though he really isn't. Hitler did that as well. On the plus side for us, Hitler was the only one out of the two with any power and he's dead, so we should be OK.

The country does not have a foreseeably bright future. Not with Brexit looming and all the power being handed to May and her cronies. Tell me - will you think that everything is so peachy when they've completely stripped all the NHS assets and privatised every part of the public sector - all sold off to friends/family of MP's? Because as a public sector worker, I can tell you that it's definitely coming.

Traffy813 h, 52 m ago

Unbelievable. First using wiki as your source material and then using a …Unbelievable. First using wiki as your source material and then using a quote which states that what you're saying is false anyway. It's referred to as the 'bendy banana law' by the red tops, so I suppose that's technically true. To clarify:Bananas have always been classified by quality and size for international trade. Because the standards, set by individual governments and the industry, were confusing, the European Commission was asked to draw up new rules.Commission regulation 2257/94 decreed that bananas in general should be “free from malformation or abnormal curvature”. Those sold as “extra class” must be perfect, “class 1” can have “slight defects of shape” and “class 2” can have full-scale “defects of shape”.Nothing is banned under the regulation, which sets grading rules requested by industry to make sure importers – including UK wholesalers and supermarkets – know exactly what they will be getting when they order a box of bananas.So not banned, simply catagorized - like every other type of fruit.Poland has pickpockets, thieves, brothels, prostitutes and homeless children you say? Much like nearly every country on planet, including the UK then. You could be describing us quite easily! Why do we have 1 million + Polish people living here? We don't. We have approximately 831,000 going by your favourite fact site - Wikipedia - and although I can't speak for an group of people, all of whom have a wide variety of complex needs and wants, I can make a guess that jobs and family are key issues, as well our countries close ties from the 2nd World War in which they helped rid of a load of warmongering racist scumbags and we allowed a lot of their people to resettle here.Why do we have to pay for 440,000 EU children? First, where have you got that figure from? Second, why is that even your question? Aren't you morally obligated to ensure children are fed, clothed and cared for, regardless of their place of birth. Don't answer that - I think I already know what you're going to say and it's verging back into supervillian territory.Ah, that old chestnut! MEP's are democratically elected. They always have been, although I think Farage being one made everyone assume that someone can just walk in off the street and be one. Links here: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/unitedkingdom/en/your-meps/european_elections/the_voting_system.html if you want to see how it actually works, instead of relying on The Mail to tell you. I remember laughing at Nigel. I remember because it was about 5 minutes ago. Followed by a substantial period of time crying because he managed to convince a lot of people that he was 'one of them' even though he really isn't. Hitler did that as well. On the plus side for us, Hitler was the only one out of the two with any power and he's dead, so we should be OK.The country does not have a foreseeably bright future. Not with Brexit looming and all the power being handed to May and her cronies. Tell me - will you think that everything is so peachy when they've completely stripped all the NHS assets and privatised every part of the public sector - all sold off to friends/family of MP's? Because as a public sector worker, I can tell you that it's definitely coming.


As the Government begins Brexit talks, the Children’s Commissioner for England is warning that 588,0001 children in England who are EU nationals – 260,0002 estimated to be born in Britain – do not currently know what rights they will have to remain in the UK after Britain leaves the EU.
childrenscommissioner.gov.uk/wp-…pdf


And NO I'm not morally obliged to see foreign children fed, that's the job of their parents and the governments in the EU to which they were born. When I see BRITISH children in this country in schools that are unsafe because we have no money to fund repairs but spend hundreds of millions a week on the EU superstate and Banana rules that makes me question why the economic club were in has the ability to make laws that apply to this country. I see BRITISH children who are told we can't afford to fund their cancer treatment while we give millions away in foreign aid. I see BRITISH children waiting for months to see a specialist behind those from different countries.

The EU has categorised Banana's tells you everything you need to know about the EU superstate. It wants to integrate it's way into every aspect of the nation states it tries to incorporate. It is doing everything it can to stop the UK from leaving, the media it funds are doing their jobs fantastically. The Guardian and the BBC are lapping up any disagreements to try and twist public opinion but it's not working, we're leaving and I would go with NO DEAL to leave even sooner. It is the EU that is running scared as the UK is a net contributor they will have to raise taxes elsewhere. Maybe they won't introduce a "Green Apple Definition System" to math their Banana policy, maybe miss the "Cows with 3 Udders only" policy alone?


The British taxpayer has no responsibility to fed EU children, legally or morally and quite frankly that is a stunning argument to raise.

Graham19795 h, 50 m ago

The British taxpayer has no responsibility to fed EU children, legally or …The British taxpayer has no responsibility to fed EU children, legally or morally and quite frankly that is a stunning argument to raise.



A myopic view point.

Every advanced nation has a responsibility to aid those less advanced.
Not through any legal, or moral obligation, but simply because it's logical.

Graham197910 h, 38 m ago

As the Government begins Brexit talks, the Children’s Commissioner for E …As the Government begins Brexit talks, the Children’s Commissioner for England is warning that 588,0001 children in England who are EU nationals – 260,0002 estimated to be born in Britain – do not currently know what rights they will have to remain in the UK after Britain leaves the EU. https://www.childrenscommissioner.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/FINAL-Briefing-the-status-of-EU-National-Children-in-Britain-AM.pdfAnd NO I'm not morally obliged to see foreign children fed, that's the job of their parents and the governments in the EU to which they were born. When I see BRITISH children in this country in schools that are unsafe because we have no money to fund repairs but spend hundreds of millions a week on the EU superstate and Banana rules that makes me question why the economic club were in has the ability to make laws that apply to this country. I see BRITISH children who are told we can't afford to fund their cancer treatment while we give millions away in foreign aid. I see BRITISH children waiting for months to see a specialist behind those from different countries.The EU has categorised Banana's tells you everything you need to know about the EU superstate. It wants to integrate it's way into every aspect of the nation states it tries to incorporate. It is doing everything it can to stop the UK from leaving, the media it funds are doing their jobs fantastically. The Guardian and the BBC are lapping up any disagreements to try and twist public opinion but it's not working, we're leaving and I would go with NO DEAL to leave even sooner. It is the EU that is running scared as the UK is a net contributor they will have to raise taxes elsewhere. Maybe they won't introduce a "Green Apple Definition System" to math their Banana policy, maybe miss the "Cows with 3 Udders only" policy alone?The British taxpayer has no responsibility to fed EU children, legally or morally and quite frankly that is a stunning argument to raise.


So nowhere near the 440,000 you quoted then, what with 260,000 of 588,000 being born here. More importantly, the link to the article you provide has absolutely nothing to do with any requirement to feed children - it's about rights of those children to remain in the UK. Saying that we as human beings don't have a responsibility to care for children just because they weren't born in the same country as we were is undeniably cruel. You've allowed yourself to be taken in by our government (and their friends in the media - Rupert Murdoch etc) that want you to think that immigrants and foreigners are the sole cause of all our woes when the truth is far more to do with their own ineptitude and corruption. By comparison to what they spend/waste of the public purse furthering their own careers and bank balances, the money we send in foreign aid is a pittance. But obviously you won't believe that or even consider researching the possibility because it doesn't fit your rhetoric.

I'm not going to carry on with this conversation as there's no point. You tell me something, I point out it's provably wrong or a manipulation of the facts, so you then move onto something else that has no relevancy to the conversation.

Enjoy Brexit. I'll go out on a limb and assume that you'll be someone that will feel it's full effects...

Graham197928th Oct

It must have been fantastic, walking along your local high street not …It must have been fantastic, walking along your local high street not having gangs of unemployed eastern Europeans hanging about. Being able to buy a bendy banana or knowing that you influence the democracy that you live in. Living in a country where Frau Merkel was unable to offload the millions shes welcoming to Germany. Living in a country where your MP represented YOU and not the EU's interests. I assume you will want to leave the UK being an EU citizen at heart. May I recommend eastern Poland or Romania, probably don't want to venture too far away from the main cities though.


I buy bendy bananas every week. I think you will find that is a story Boris put about.

joyf45362 h, 23 m ago

I buy bendy bananas every week. I think you will find that is a story …I buy bendy bananas every week. I think you will find that is a story Boris put about.


No I think the link to the EU legislation is proof enough the political elite are worried about banana sizes. Can't wait to leave, lets call the dictatorship's bluff and leave with no deal.

Traffy828th Oct

*sigh*Massive bite - sorry in advance to everyone else. … *sigh*Massive bite - sorry in advance to everyone else. Personally, I wasn't born before we joined the EU but I've never seen any gangs of eastern Europeans "hanging about" and this bendy banana thing is something idiots use to remind us how bad the EU is, even though it's false - fake news bud, in lingo you can understand. As far as I can tell, Merkle hasn't unloaded anyone on to me, nor do I think she's likely to because that'd be pretty weird but if you're annoyed that she's welcoming refugees into her country, you might just be a terrible person or a super villain. Or both. I suspect the former but have my fingers crossed you're the latter. And a bit of news for you my chum - your MP almost certainly doesn't represent you or the EU. He/she represents themselves and will be using their position to maneuver themselves into a better job by cosying up to a variety of different companies now, in preparation for when they leave. Ever been to Poland? It's a beautiful country, with pretty much all the facilities you get in the UK. Can't say I've been to Romania but I imagine it's not too dissimilar, with lots to see and do, with people just being people, doing people-y things. Not sure what your getting at with that statement really. I suspect you have a variety of issues and might be projecting your insecurities, but what do I know? I'm just a voice on the Web, telling you to put down the Daily Fail and/or s*n and go out and read some books.



You make one or two valid points but your arrogance is overpowering.

pasheast2 h, 59 m ago

You make one or two valid points but your arrogance is overpowering.

As is yours, only you make no valid points.
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