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Brexit sausage war as Tories attack EU banger ban - that they allowed.

The UK and EU face a furious Brexit battle over sausages after Tory ministers started attacking a Brussels ban on bangers.

UK farmers are already banned from sending the meaty snack to the Continent under post-Brexit rules.

But now the clock is ticking on trade from Britain to Northern Ireland too - as it was only allowed under a six-month grace period.

That grace period expires at the end of June - after that, certain "chilled meat preparations" may be barred from going west across the Irish Sea.

If it's not resolved it's feared this could lead to supply gaps in Belfast supermarket. It includes chilled mince, chicken nuggets and chilled raw sausages, plus ungraded eggs and some unpasteurised milk.

The meaty impasse was already clear last year - because Tory ministers first agreed to put Northern Ireland under some EU rules, then agreed their post-Brexit trade deal without resolving the issue.




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Report lfc1971 April 30, 2024 5:09 PM BST
Of course if a business can get favourable tax conditions
in south Ireland , scam the plebs if that sweet Jesus keeps them quiet
In the meantime Britain ,, tariff them, put obstacles to their business tax the scrotes
Report lfc1971 April 30, 2024 5:12 PM BST
The Irish plebs are so thick they don’t even know when they’ve been scammed
In England our scum in the red wall at least are intelligent enough to know
Report dave1357 April 30, 2024 5:22 PM BST
Johnny The Guesser • April 30, 2024 4:36 PM BST

Obviously a boost for 'home grown' produce.

Buy British and any price increases can be avoided completely.


There isn't any, it's been p1shing with rain for a year and anyway there's no labour to harvest the crop, you utter melt.
Report lfc1971 April 30, 2024 5:33 PM BST
Quite so Johnny , the usual suspects have been predicting starvation and no food since Brexit

It’s not happening , cry harder dheads
Report flat16 April 30, 2024 5:48 PM BST
There isn't any:   a very drama queen generalisation ,almost guardianesque and like the guardian mostly untrue.
Sure the lowland arable farmers are struggling with wet fields but the rain kept the frost away ,so mild ,plenty of grass for the lambs and cattle ,rape seed looks brilliant and first early spuds look fantastic and a drying warm windy forecast.
Still you can talk up the prices if you want.
Report dave1357 April 30, 2024 5:59 PM BST
Further wet weather raises fears of harvest catastrophe

https://www.fwi.co.uk/arable/further-wet-weather-raises-fears-of-harvest-catastrophe

Lambing – weather and ground conditions for lambing are extremely challenging and compounded by the impact of continuous wet weather on ewe condition. Lambing losses are, therefore, higher than normal and feeding ewes and creep feeding of lambs is proving problematic, due to ground conditions, and costly.

https://www.nfu-cymru.org.uk/news-and-information/the-impacts-of-wet-weather-on-welsh-agriculture/


There are dozens of similar articles
Report flat16 April 30, 2024 6:15 PM BST
You can find any type of news you desire:
If you fancy woke socialist remainer alarmist slush try the Guardian.
Maybe right wing propaganda try the Express.
The truth is much harder to find ,after all ,if the headline were "many farmers flooded with wet fields but most are fine". No fecker would read it.
Like I say the lack of hard frosts in April has meant many crops in many areas are advanced and there will be high yields if we don't get a drought ,last years double rainfall in July would be handy.
You see factual and true is boring.
Report lfc1971 April 30, 2024 6:20 PM BST
14/04/24

Figures published  this week show that , since Brexit ,
the U.K. has gone from being the seventh largest exporter
in the world to bring the forth largest in the world 
Overtaking France, the Netherlands and Japan

Thankyou Brexit
Report lfc1971 April 30, 2024 6:21 PM BST
Under no circumstance believe anything a remainer like Dave says
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- April 30, 2024 6:25 PM BST
Iq16 lives on the sunlit uplands, lambs born
from unicorns floating over the quagmire
Report lfc1971 April 30, 2024 6:31 PM BST
Didn’t realise the lefties owned the sun ..
Report flat16 April 30, 2024 6:40 PM BST
As with many of the 100k farmers in the UK ,he knows that sandy/loamy and chalky soils drain quickly ,he also knows that brassicas like rape and legumes like peas adore rain ,rain and more rain.
You can learn this stuff if you ever ventured out of a classroom and out from behind a desk.
Report dave1357 April 30, 2024 6:55 PM BST
the utter delusion is the stuff of doctorates.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- April 30, 2024 7:10 PM BST
IQ16 trying to teach, lol...
Report lfc1971 April 30, 2024 7:11 PM BST
^ still whining , still telling lies
Report lfc1971 April 30, 2024 7:12 PM BST
Not you yhtl ,Laugh. that thicko dave
Report irishone May 1, 2024 7:03 AM BST
lumps of pork

...and you cant educate pork like Lfc
Report irishone May 1, 2024 7:07 AM BST
https://www.briefingsforbritain.co.uk/newsletter-14-04-24/

Look where the idiot Lfc1971 gets his info ......more bias than Adolf Hitler
Report PorcupineorPineapple May 1, 2024 12:35 PM BST
Polish PM Donald Tusk promises that Poles will be richer than Brits in 2029 as he says 'it's better to be in the EU!'

The promise comes on the 20th anniversary of Poland's accession to the EU in 2004 as he sets the target date for his promise for 25th anniversary in 2029



One for the diary
Report Johnny The Guesser May 1, 2024 12:43 PM BST
Poland's support for the EU lowest in over a decade.
Report Foinavon May 1, 2024 12:51 PM BST
'it's better to be in the EU!'

If you are a net recipient of EU largesse like Poland then it's probably true from a purely economic point of view.

We will all be poor in 2029 if we continue with nut zero and the fool Miliband will ensure that we do.
Report lfc1971 May 1, 2024 12:54 PM BST
Surprised Poland is not already richer

What people fail to understand is that the EU , may ,
be good for some countries and at the same time
bad for others

ie good for Poland - bad for Britain

I know it’s subtle .
Report edy May 1, 2024 1:22 PM BST

May 1, 2024 -- 12:43PM, Johnny The Guesser wrote:


Poland's support for the EU lowest in over a decade.


At a still reasonably solid 77%.

Report PorcupineorPineapple May 1, 2024 1:41 PM BST
Laugh
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 15, 2024 7:02 PM BST
Lorries carrying perishable food and plants from the EU are being held for up to 20 hours at the UK’s busiest Brexit border post as failures with the government’s IT systems delay imports entering Britain.


Businesses have described the government’s new border control checks as a “disaster” after IT outages led to lorries carrying meat, cheese and cut flowers being held for long periods, reducing the shelf life of their goods and prompting retailers to reject some orders.

The worst disruption was last weekend, with dozens of lorries being held at the government’s control post serving Dover and the Channel tunnel for periods of between eight and 20 hours after the IT system that registers goods went down.




Puffins are happy though.
Report flat16 May 15, 2024 8:25 PM BST
Thank you for mentioning the puffins.
The EU say that the Danes can come into our waters and fish 250,000 tonnes of sand eels ,many billions of them.
The UK is a sovereign country and says ,"we will set the quotas in our waters".
The sand eels start the food chain for many sea birds and many UK fish fish but the Danes want them to feed their pigs etc.
A brexit disagreement ,sorry about your flowers yhtl btw, my heart pumps pi££ for you.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 15, 2024 8:53 PM BST
Ha ha ha, selectively thick, feigned or otherwise

Meanwhile...
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 17, 2024 6:15 PM BST
the Field to Fork Summit held yesterday with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at 10 Downing Street."

He described it as an event "that was designed to show support for UK agriculture and where the supermarket itself had a presence promoting its commitment to British farmers."

"So, the timing of this announcement is really quite unbelievable", he added.

Mr Stocker said that UK sheep farmers received "strong prices" because of their high standards, and that the "realistic prices" provided much needed money for re-investment in to their farms in the wake of the Schmallenberg virus causing losses on many farms, and the threat of Bluetongue - an insect-borne viral disease.

Morrisons announced in March that it had made a loss of more than £1bn last year, driven by soaring financing costs as the firm's debt also grew.

The losses come at a time customers' housing budgets are squeezed in the face of the cost of living crisis, which according to major supermarkets has changed shopping habits for good, as people seek out cheaper products.

More reasons to not shop at morrisons
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 17, 2024 6:18 PM BST
May 2024
Morrisons has received a backlash from angry farmers as it trials the sale of New Zealand lamb instead of 100% British lamb in 39 of its stores.

The supermarket says the move is due to customer demand for cheaper prices.

"The blunt commercial reality is that New Zealand lamb is cheaper to source", it said in a statement, adding that its butchers' counters will still sell British lamb.

The National Farmers Union (NFU) said it was "disappointing" at a time the British livestock industry was under pressure and that New Zealand lamb is "produced to potentially lower standards".

NFU livestock board chair David Barton said he hoped the supermarket dropping its commitment to sell only British lamb was temporary and that the trial would come to an end.

"Recently, the UK farming unions wrote to the chief executive of Morrisons and other top retailers seeking support for the industry including a steadfast commitment to local sourcing in order to maintain food production across the UK and to safeguard our food security", he said.

Meanwhile, the National Sheep Association (NSA) said it was "dismayed and frustrated" by the decision, which "goes against all the principles on which the supermarket has built its reputation amongst the farming community".

But Morrisons said the trial follows an "extensive exercise" listening to customers who "were very clear" that they wanted the supermarket "to sell lamb at a more accessible price all year round".

It added that New Zealand lamb was cheaper to source than British lamb, although the NFU said the meat from overseas comes with "significant food miles".

Mr Barton said that the "unprecedented wet weather" was an "enormous challenge" for British farmers, urging Morrisons to stick to its 100% British lamb commitment.

Morrisons said: "We do not intend this move to mean a reduction in the overall volumes of lamb that we buy directly from British farmers."

It added that New Zealand lamb will be clearly labelled so customers in the stores participating in the trial can "make a choice".

NSA chief executive Phil Stocker said: "We learnt of this disappointing news whilst returning from the Field to Fork Summit held yesterday with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at 10 Downing Street."

He described it as an event "that was designed to show support for UK agriculture and where the supermarket itself had a presence promoting its commitment to British farmers."

"So, the timing of this announcement is really quite unbelievable", he added.

Mr Stocker said that UK sheep farmers received "strong prices" because of their high standards, and that the "realistic prices" provided much needed money for re-investment in to their farms in the wake of the Schmallenberg virus causing losses on many farms, and the threat of Bluetongue - an insect-borne viral disease.

Morrisons announced in March that it had made a loss of more than £1bn last year, driven by soaring financing costs as the firm's debt also grew.

The losses come at a time customers' housing budgets are squeezed in the face of the cost of living crisis, which according to major supermarkets has changed shopping habits for good, as people seek out cheaper products.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 17, 2024 8:39 PM BST
7 hours ago
A Cornish fisherman who voted for Brexit said the fleet had been "sold down the river" because foreign boats were still fishing near the coast.

Cornish MP Steve Double raised the issue in parliament this week saying the under-10m (33ft) fleet was "sadly in decline" and had been losing more than 100 vessels each year.

The former director of the New Under Ten Fishermen’s Association (NUTFA), which disbanded last month, said foreign-owned boats just "scoop up all the fish" in the area six to 12 miles from the coast.

The government said it was "listening" to fishermen.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 17, 2024 8:41 PM BST
Jerry Percy, from NUTFA, said about 80% of the UK fleet was small boats but they only had access to about 3% of the fishing quota.

He said he had announced NUTFA's closure because he could not see a future for the industry because of the foreign fleet's ability to catch huge quantities of fish.

"There's no effective catch limits for these boats so you've got this huge bunch of very powerful vessels fishing in uncontrolled ways in our waters to the detriment of our guys who can just stand there when they can't go to sea watching all the foreign vessels scoop up all the fish," he said.

Martin Gilbert, who fishes mainly for shellfish out of Newquay harbour and voted for Brexit but said the current deal had "sold us down the river".

"The French, the Belgians and the Spanish have still got the majority of the quota," he said.

"We have to go past the French to fish in our own waters and it's not right."
Report lfc1971 May 18, 2024 9:34 AM BST
When we follow the route of free trade agreements it leads to economic ruin
sacrificing the home market and businesses - less jobs , less opportunity ,
and a lower standard of living . It’s the same should it be the EU , or NZ
Report irishone May 19, 2024 7:50 AM BST
Report Charlie May 20, 2024 4:57 PM BST
LaughLaughLaughLaughLaugh
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 20, 2024 11:26 PM BST
British travellers to Europe face “long delays” at “choke points” like Dover and St Pancras due to post-Brexit EU border controls due to come into force in October, Lord Cameron has warned
Report Johnny The Guesser May 21, 2024 4:37 AM BST
EU entry border controls are down to the EU, so blame the EU.

If I want to go to the US, I will have to wait in a long queue, eventually they will photograph me and take my fingerprints.

If I don't like the entry processes of these places then I can choose to not go there.

Oh - and Morrisons sourcing their chicken from NZ has nothing to do with Brexit.
Report Johnny The Guesser May 21, 2024 4:51 AM BST
*lamb ..
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 21, 2024 9:14 AM BST
Yeah we queued for usa before and after brexit

But but but...
Report SirNorbertClarke May 21, 2024 10:15 AM BST
The infrastructure at the port of Dover is appalling. It needs completely redesigning but as usual no-one os prepared to pay for it.

Compared to Calais it's embarrassing.
Report irishone May 21, 2024 8:06 PM BST
Report Charlie May 21, 2024 8:08 PM BST
LaughLaughLaughLaughLaugh
Report lapsy pa May 21, 2024 8:09 PM BST
Geography isn't a help though, Dover a smallish harbour surrounded by cliffs whereas Calais has many miles of flat sandy beaches each side of it.
Report irishone May 21, 2024 8:13 PM BST
True Enough mate
Report Charlie May 21, 2024 8:14 PM BST
LaughLaughLaughLaughLaugh
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 28, 2024 10:58 AM BST
National Service is required because we don’t have fruit pickers! Due to Brexit which the young overwhelmingly didn’t want.

Boris Johnson's sister
Report SirNorbertClarke May 28, 2024 11:06 AM BST
Geography isn't a help though, Dover a smallish harbour surrounded by cliffs whereas Calais has many miles of flat sandy beaches each side of it.

Two solutions. Build a new cross channel port somewhere complete with 6 lane motorway access or reclaim a few humdred hecters from the sea.

The government's solution of just doing nothing is not helping Britain.
Report Johnny The Guesser May 28, 2024 2:08 PM BST
EU Border Control will be causing any problems that do arise, so blame them.

What's the point of the UK investing in infrastructure when the French will have one half asleep Border Guard on duty for the summer season.

If the EU can't (or won't) sort it out then spend your holiday dough somewhere else.
Report jollyswagman May 28, 2024 2:14 PM BST
the eu are introducing a scheme not dissimilar to that in the usa and we are introducing our own version too. borders innit.

we are now a third country, that so many people still cannot comprehend what this means is, quite frankly, astounding.
Report SirNorbertClarke May 28, 2024 2:19 PM BST
Johnny are you saying the French shouldn't have border controls?

The new system is biometric. Once your mugshot and fingerprints are in the system it shouldn't take more than 20 seconds for a machine to process someone.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 28, 2024 2:19 PM BST
EU Border Control will be causing any problems that do arise, so blame them.

Yep to non eu citizens... Like us, but not to other eu countries citizens
Report Johnny The Guesser May 28, 2024 2:43 PM BST
The French border controls are of course set by the EU , not the French. The EU can set any rules they like, (as can the UK except we no longer need to get the EU's approval), and if they don't work efficiently then the leisure traveller can chose not to travel there. Presumably the EU want to make them work ?

Why are you proposing we build huge floating ports linked to six lane motorways if they take 20 seconds to process somebody ?
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 28, 2024 2:45 PM BST
No, it's a problem caused by brexit.

We will just have to queue,...
Report dave1357 May 28, 2024 2:50 PM BST
were the delays at borders and the obstructions placed on trade on a bus somewhere during the referendum, or did fkwits say that it was all project fear?
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 28, 2024 2:54 PM BST
We can set up our own database maybe get fujitsu
to sort it, but it won't be compatible with eu
system and criminals details entering UK will
be missed, hey ho... Somebody's wife will get
a nice share bonus, possibly.
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 3:02 PM BST
And if your travel time is delayed a little going on holiday
what’s the big deal ? Patience folks , patience -everyone is so uptight
Report Johnny The Guesser May 28, 2024 3:02 PM BST
Travelled in and out of the EU many times since Brexit - no problems.

The EU have now decided to change the rules, which is their choice.

Just glad they can no longer impose rule changes on the UK. We are free to set our rules for the incoming traveller (unless they arrive on a small boat of course)  - we are free to implement any changes when it suits us to do so.
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 3:05 PM BST
The rules are what they are ,, plan for it and don’t get so upset , jeez what a lot of whiners
Report Foinavon May 28, 2024 3:19 PM BST
Going to France is a choice as is going to Mexico or the USA. They all take time, factor it into your expectations that's all. If you don't like to waste time travelling then stay at home. Your choice, nobody else's.
Report jollyswagman May 28, 2024 3:24 PM BST
so life outside the club is different to life inside the club foinavon?
Report Foinavon May 28, 2024 3:32 PM BST
I would hope so.
Report jollyswagman May 28, 2024 3:39 PM BST
but pre bozo's sh1te tca deal you told me that we has no need for an sps agreement as things would just carry on as before. you even said that if those affected by us leaving (in this instance farmers, fishermen and food exporters) could, in the worst case, just send their goods via a country that did have such an agreement with the eu. how did that work out?
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 28, 2024 3:40 PM BST
Yep we don't have a deal with usa,...

Now we left the EU we are outsiders there too

Back of the net, err, queue
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 3:45 PM BST
Seem to recall that some remainers thought
aircraft wouldn’t be able to fly into Europe post brexit
How did that work out ?
Report jollyswagman May 28, 2024 3:45 PM BST
we had Blush
Report jollyswagman May 28, 2024 3:47 PM BST
i seem to recall you were a remainer lfc.

planes not flying was a distinct possibility if we left with no agreement, i first became aware of it from someone who campaigned for decades to leave the eu.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 28, 2024 3:47 PM BST
Well, they had to negotiate a new deal lfc, without
it, they wouldn't.
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 3:51 PM BST
I seem to recall thinking remainers were worrying
about something that wouldn’t happen
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 3:53 PM BST
The strange thing is .. things have gone very very smoothly,
surprisingly so
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 28, 2024 3:58 PM BST
It's a good job the remainers pointed these things out.

The negotiation team turned up for talks with
no clue, no briefings, no paper to take notes nor
pens to write with.

No wonder we got such a chite deal
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 4:00 PM BST
could have been a little better .. but it was a very good deal by anyones standards
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 4:02 PM BST
Any country anywhere in the in the world would love to have
the U.K./EU deal
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 28, 2024 4:03 PM BST
What about the bit where we forgot to get
France to agree to take migrants back.

Seems a schoolboy error
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 4:06 PM BST
That’s not a surprise France never took a migrant back before brexit
Without U.K. taking 5 back in return
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 4:08 PM BST
That didn’t seem like a very good deal .within the EU . now did it ?
Report irishone May 28, 2024 4:08 PM BST
Absolutely deluded Lfc...explain any of the following ......

The majority of economists believe that Brexit has harmed the UK's economy and reduced its real per capita income in the long term, and the referendum itself damaged the economy. (Wicki)

So while Brexit may not have been the biggest reason for our surging food inflation, the higher costs it added may have played a significant part. (BBC, LSE)

Economists, including those at the government's own independent forecasters, say part of that gap may reflect Brexit-related costs or uncertainty. That makes the UK less efficient than it could be, meaning the cost of producing stuff is higher.(Oxford Uni)
Report irishone May 28, 2024 4:10 PM BST
The fact is, you cant or you wont.

Absolutely deluded you poor old fecker
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 4:12 PM BST
The figures disagree Iris
Report Foinavon May 28, 2024 4:12 PM BST
After May's shambles, Bozo did well to pick up the pieces although far from ideal. The cliff edge car crash never happened, remainers were wrong about the economic impact. Mysteriously, our balance of payments deficit with the EU has reduced because we import less from them despite not immediately putting barriers in the way as they have done to us.
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 4:13 PM BST
How’s Germany’s economy doing ?
Report irishone May 28, 2024 4:14 PM BST
Where are these figures then Lfc ?

Or are you going to bottle it like you usually do ?
Report irishone May 28, 2024 4:15 PM BST
PUT UP  OR SHUT UP!
Report jollyswagman May 28, 2024 4:15 PM BST
can you answer my question foinavon? tia
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 4:16 PM BST
They’re on this thread if you can’t be bothered to read and understand
that’s your failing .. you’re not alone
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 4:18 PM BST
I’m too tired to go through it all again, sorry
Report irishone May 28, 2024 4:18 PM BST
No they are not ...

You have bottled it again....Show the post




Report irishone May 28, 2024 4:20 PM BST
Report lfc1971 May 28, 2024 4:23 PM BST
lol chuckle
Report Foinavon May 28, 2024 4:28 PM BST
There is more red tape put up by the EU and our major exporters cope with it and still export to the EU. Some small exporters find it too much trouble so have stopped exporting to the EU, that's their business decision. Perhaps Bozo could have done better, he could have done worse, not in the power of ordinary voters. For them it was a political decision, not an economic one. The economic scaremongering was raised by the remain camp as they had nothing else to go on, the political project has no upside for ordinary citizens.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 28, 2024 4:35 PM BST
that's their business decision.

And their livelihoods ruined, cheers brexit
Report jollyswagman May 28, 2024 4:44 PM BST
the eu have put up zero red tape, that was our government's decision.

you havent really answered the question though so i will answer it for you. no, those for whom sps arrangements are needed have not carried on the same. and a grand total of zero companies have got around these requirements by sending goods to the eu via a country that does have such an agreement.
Report Foinavon May 28, 2024 4:45 PM BST
Like all the livelihoods that were lost when businesses and jobs were transferred to Eastern Europe during our time in the EU. The devastation of our fishing industry when we joined, the loss of our orchards and many manufacturing jobs, What happened post Brexit was a storm in a teacup in comparison.
Report jollyswagman May 28, 2024 4:48 PM BST
that is completely irrelevant to what you, incorrectly, said would happen with bozo's deal. a poor attempt at deflection, imo.
Report Johnny The Guesser May 28, 2024 4:51 PM BST
It's all irrelevant , we left years ago.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 28, 2024 4:51 PM BST
Our fishing industry taking back control

You are bonkers, just like brexit, that gives the
ordinary citizen nothing, but takes away the benefits
of eu citizenship.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- May 28, 2024 4:52 PM BST
So irrelevant you are bothered to post, again, and again, and again...
Report jollyswagman May 28, 2024 4:53 PM BST
jtg foinavon told me that things would carry on as before without an sps agreement, i am trying (and failing, unsurprisingly) to get him to admit he was talking hogwash.
Report irishone May 28, 2024 5:43 PM BST
Loads of opinions

Loads of sh1te

Where's the evidence for this propaganda please
Report Foinavon May 28, 2024 6:04 PM BST
, i am trying (and failing, unsurprisingly) to get him to admit he was talking hogwash.

You will have to put up a link, Jolly, I've just wasted an hour looking for what was actually said.
Report jollyswagman May 28, 2024 6:16 PM BST
idk which thread it was on
Report Ronaldmcdonald May 29, 2024 8:39 AM BST
Benefits of eu citizenship? I am not having some unelected bureaucrat telling me I have to eat straight bananas.
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