Pilgrim_Joe wrote:mervyn wrote:MickyD wrote:mervyn wrote:signalspast wrote:mervyn wrote: According to the BBC’s genuinely independent ‘facts check’ dept, New Zealand will have easier customs access to the EU on foodstuffs than the UK. I suspect as days go by this deal will start to look thinner and thinner.
Merv whilst I dont consider the bbc to be impartial over brexit I would be I interested in seeing what they have to say could you please post a link.
Also what do you think of rhe new scheme in place or erasmus as I know it was one of the things that bothered you by brexit.
Don’t have a link signals, but I’m pretty sure I heard it mentioned on the today programme. I know for certain I heard it, but I listen to so much radio that I can’t be precise about the source. You’ve read my mind about the Erasmus replacement scheme. I’ve been trying to find details, as has my daughter, (she’s a teacher who has organised Erasmus exchanges for her students), but neither of us can find any info yet.
We're going to get a shiny new "Turing" scheme, theoretically beginning in September 2021.
https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new- ... ork-abroad
Thanks for that. Let’s hope they mean what they say.
Glad my youngest arranged their own flights etc and is halfway through the third year now. Won't have to do a 5th year.
Hopefully the Turing scheme will be a good as the Erasmus scheme which is a truly fantastic opportunity for people from all backgrounds
The privileged few.