Brexit negotiations

Discussion in 'Brexit' started by Auld-Yin, Jun 10, 2017.

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  1. Auld-Yin

    Auld-Yin LE Reviewer Book Reviewer Reviews Editor

    The Brexit. Negotiations start on a week Monday.

    While we will hear little from the team we know that they are under instruction to check Arrse before making any decisions. Therefore here is your chance to advise the negotiating team.

    Personally I think they should walk into the negotiating rooms and say "Right! We're off. How much do you want to pay us for a trade agreement?"
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  2. Remind them why they are sitting there and not in a death camp.
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  3. Helm

    Helm LE Book Reviewer

    Walk up to the biggest one and give them a good kicking, followed by "Anybody else want to try and be Mr Clever?"
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  4. Because of the Russians?

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  5. The ground hasn't been already been set.

    We want nothing. Anything above that is a bonus. If you want to play funny buggers we'll collapse the PIGS economy's and bring the jousenof cards tumbling down whilst giving russia the nod to have a go with western Ukraine safe in the knowledge that a permanent Member Ofbthe UN Security Council won't be too bothered.
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  6. AlienFTM

    AlienFTM LE Book Reviewer

    Goad Europe into demanding more and more money from us to leave.

    Europe will have spent it long before we get to March 19, while we are tightening our belts in expectation of hard times. Then in March 19 tell Europe to go away in short sharp and jerky movements. Suddenly there's a nine figure hole in their finances and we have a nine figure fighting fund to do sweeteners with non-EU trading partners.
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  7. Trans-sane

    Trans-sane LE Book Reviewer

    "Trade tariff on our automotive products. Well we have been instructed to inform you that we are setting tariffs on all German and French automotive companies at x+5%. Ditto for aerospace and defence. Well except for seat belt harnesses, ejector seats and any other basic safety equipment. We won't put lives at risk with a trade war." Then leak that to Mercedes, BMW, VW, Renault etc. And watch the national governments having their ears bent by national industrial champions.
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  8. Yay for more politics threads about the same stuff.
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  10. I believe that has already happened, which would explain why the German Gov't is keen to have a deal that would leave German exports to Britain untouched, ie no excessive taxes etc.
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  11. skid2

    skid2 LE Book Reviewer

    Look we were just kidding. It was a joke, we were all hammered. We needed an excuse to get rid of Cameron and Osborne.
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  12. These jousenof cards sound interesting. Some sort of secret weapon?
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  13. BEHEAD THOSE WHO .... oh.... er hang on ..... I've done that one already......
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  14. Yay, perhaps if the mods perma banned @Auld-Yin there would be a 99% drop in these bone threads.
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  15. He's taken over from Mrs Fingerz.
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