A101 wrote:tommy1808 wrote:A101 wrote:
Nope you post refer to frictionless trade, that was only applicable to the Irish border. So no rewrite of history
Your lies are getting bolder and bolder every day.
Leave, BoJo himself, promised access to the single market, so *nothing* in that letter should be required to continue trade. Trade in the single market is friction less.
Well the post in question was related to the letter which I think was from treasury in which you referred directly to frictionless trade and how that was going to happen
Well, actually it describes how to easy the pain (=friction) of the additional layers of bureaucracy and doesn´t even mention tariffs (=opposite of frictionless):
Plus buying software, training people, register here and there, you know.. the stuff you have to do when trading on 3rd world level. And by 3rd world level i mean that single other country dealing on WTO rules, that is exempt from paying tariffs pretty much anywhere they want to ship to...
https://assets.publishing.service.gov.u ... raders.pdf
"frictionless trade and how that was going to happen" is quite a stretch when describing a level of friction only embargoed places can surpass.