Brexit Phase Two - Trade

Joker62

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Tired_Tech has effectively answered you.

1) No way can the Article 50 end date be extended.

2) A 4 Year Norway might be possible as minds get concentrated by the rapidly approaching hard Brexit date. I suspect an element of pragmatism will creep in.

But that would probably require May to get binned at this end and Juncker/Barnier/Verhofstadt to get binned at the other end. Possible as there are 27 other heads of state looking at a potentially significant interruption to trade and job losses on both sides of the channel. In those circumstances, chopping off four heads might appear a sensible option.

Wordsmith
Of course it can. It has to be by agreement, though.

You're now proposing 2023?
 
The people voted democratically to have their legs broken so that is what they must have...no I insist! The screams of pain will be satisfying to thinking people.
 

skid2

LE
Book Reviewer
Somebody’s got their head screwed on. Trumps behaviour in Brussels, chequers and Helsinki.

Where are we, instead of leaning in and using our influence and clout to regulate a pan European response against Putin.
We’re running around with our thumbs up our bums, reminding ourselves and everyone else how ineffective and irrelevant we’ve become.
Well done Brexit.
 
alledgedley now that TM has caved to the brexiteer amdts - the tory remainers and Labour are tonight going to vote those amdts down! - if this happens then I think that the only option is to cull May
 
Somebody’s got their head screwed on. Trumps behaviour in Brussels, chequers and Helsinki.

Where are we, instead of leaning in and using our influence and clout to regulate a pan European response against Putin.
We’re running around with our thumbs up our bums, reminding ourselves and everyone else how ineffective and irrelevant we’ve become.
Well done Brexit.
Haha - good one mate!, didnt know you were a comedian! the chances of anyone, least of all us, convincing Frau Merkhel to stop supporting Putin by buying all his gas and spending next to feck all on her defence forces are exacctly nil! likewise with nearl all of the rest who dont give 2 hoots about Putin as long as the UK continues to subsidise them and the USA to protect them
 
Not necessarily 2023 - but it appears that despite May's gargantuan efforts to f--k things up, there might just be a win-win solution out there.

All we need now is the grown-ups to come along and take charge - by no means a given.

Wordsmith

Which grown-ups do you have in mind to rescue the UK from its self-selected flooded cave system?
 

skid2

LE
Book Reviewer
Haha - good one mate!, didnt know you were a comedian! the chances of anyone, least of all us, convincing Frau Merkhel to stop supporting Putin by buying all his gas and spending next to feck all on her defence forces are exacctly nil! likewise with nearl all of the rest who dont give 2 hoots about Putin as long as the UK continues to subsidise them and the USA to protect them
You missed the earlier jokes. I’m hurt.


You think we are subsidising Europe and the Europeans are are relying on the US to protect them.

You’re a bit out of time and highly optimistic. You do realise the last time article 5 was enacted it was to back up the Americans after 9/11.

But hurry, the empire needs men like you.


Edit. I miss it too.
 

Joker62

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Book Reviewer
alledgedley now that TM has caved to the brexiteer amdts - the tory remainers and Labour are tonight going to vote those amdts down! - if this happens then I think that the only option is to cull May
Seems the vote got through but only by 3 votes!

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Not necessarily 2023 - but it appears that despite May's gargantuan efforts to f--k things up, there might just be a win-win solution out there.

All we need now is the grown-ups to come along and take charge - by no means a given.

Wordsmith
Those mythical grownups. The ERG?
 

Auld-Yin

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Last week some ministers with brexit leanings resigned because they couldn't support the Chequers agreement. Today a remain minister resigned because he wanted to vote against the amended Bill.

Couldn't make this up, or could you!!

May feeling the pressure form these pesky MPs is considering sending them off on their (very) long summer holidays early, breaking up this Thursday rather than next week. Farcical. Brian Rix would be proud!!
 

skid2

LE
Book Reviewer
Great soap opera isn't it. Tomorrow the EU will reject the proposed changes and say they're not acceptable.

Stay tuned for the next exciting episode of "Brexit - Farce of the Decade".

Starring Theresa May and her terminally dense advisers.

Wordsmith :x
Nothing to do with the people who voted for it. Of course not,
 
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