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I'm shocked the world is still turning, can't believe our country is still working away just nicely after leaving the golden grip of the EU....
We are still governed by EU laws during the transition period until January next year. While the relevant parties negotiate a deal we still have to put up with their rules, only difference is we have no say on any new laws or partnerships that are passed.
 
I didn't write the article. However, did you read and understand it? It is possible to understand things that one doesn't agree with. That willingness might go a long ways if you and a few others are seriously interested in having political discussion remain viable here.
 

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Hi all,

In an effort to keep the forums civil, we've kept the conversations focused directly on cycling. However, we kept our old threads open after the migration to the new Xenforo platform to maintain some links between the old and new forums.

With that said, this political discussion thread requires more moderation than any other part of the forums. In an effort to bring all of our discussion threads in line with our existing forum rules, we're closing down this discussion on politics. We will also close any other threads created to discuss politics on these forums.

We appreciate your understanding and firmly believe that by closing down this type of discussion we can focus our attention on providing the best forum experience possible for passionate fans of professional cycling.

Thank you all
- The Community Team
 
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