Even with the impending majority facing him this idiot states that Boris doesn't have a majority to leave the EU. It really does beggar belief.
That will depend on the EUSo far, all eyes are on the 31st January 2020 as the next significant date whereby pro-leavers believe we'll be out and pro-remain are sceptical, suggesting negotiations will "take years".
She and other EU27 leaders said their top priority would be to maintain a "level playing field" between the EU and the U.K. — in an effort to prevent economic competition from undermining regulatory standards or putting the bloc at other disadvantages.
"Our goal is we aim at zero tariffs, zero quotas, zero dumping," von der Leyen said at a news conference beside Council President Charles Michel. "This is important for us and this is what we work for."
The EU must surely be rueing the day they dismissed David Cameron's request for some tweaks to the relationship. Look where they are now, the arrogant pecksniffs.Boris now has the mandate to do whatever the Hell he likes.
I suggest tell the EU to do one whilst trading on WTO terms and then finalise a whole raft of treaties.
The EU won't like it but they need us more than we need them. Time for some payback.
The EU must surely be rueing the day they dismissed David Cameron's request for some tweaks to the relationship. Look where they are now, the arrogant pecksniffs.
Sixty. In a word.
Doctor Strange Walt.With a significant majority behind them, our current government are now in a key position to finally see this process through.
So far, all eyes are on the 31st January 2020 as the next significant date whereby pro-leavers believe we'll be out and pro-remain are sceptical, suggesting negotiations will "take years".
With just over a month to go, where do you think Boris and his team will succeed? And what do you believe could trip them up in these closing stages, potentially casting further doubt in the minds of the already sceptical?
On the suggestion by @Auld-Yin we shall now close the majority of "what if" threads. By all means if you feel any of the ones I have locked deserve further discussion, send me a PM and we'll see if it has merit.
As someone who has personally had enough of 3½ years of leave/remain same old same old, I cannot help but feel it's time to lay those deep-rooted differences to one side at long last, put aside my own personal loathing for this time of year and wish you all a very merry Christmas and Happy New year (you c***s) and hope somehow by this time next year we'll all be in a much more prospective place, the Pound will be worth about 6 Euros / 4 Dollars, and we'll be spending at least two months of the year holidaying in Spain getting smashed on muchas cerveza with our loose change.
Over to you.
Edit. in the same twitterfeed which promised a total rebuttal of the photo of the sick child on the hospital floor.I’ll get right on that. Sit tight.
Was that the one who had his mate do it, only to have the whole thing shown to be a fib on a shop security camera?One of my running club members - a university lecturer - has had to walk away from the internet.
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He gloated when that elderly ex-serviceman was 'milk shaked' in Aldershot, but can't take a bit of gloating back.
Still, I'll leave him in peace with his devastation and Brexit Derangement Syndrome.
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