Brexit Phase Two - Trade

You’ve never had new comber potatoes. Boiled in their jackets, butter, drop of pepper.
That’s it.
It’s a staple diet.
As I've stated, out of the ground, washed, then steamed, with nothing added, I pigged and ate close to a kilo whilst watching the World Cup Final, these pots needed nothing to enhance them.

I never thought that potatoes could be 'finger food'. ;-)
 
Why don't you just make something up Andy? How are they acting like children?
By preparingthemselves for a serious negoatiation?
By asking the UK to get its act together?
By not believbing in Unicorns?

I'll tell you what acting like a child is, it's agitiating for decades for something, not preparingand then, when you're in the cabinet, gobbing off soundbites instead of doing the plarandnning, finally running away because you can't have all of your own way.

And making shit up all of the time BTW.
My grand daughter on holiday holiday in Ibiza was give a unicorn swimming ring-so ya boo sucks
 
Did you get the twitter from your phone
No but you're allowed to do more than make calls with them. Your car has more than one gear as well. HTH
 
Not forking over £40 billion will cause the EU a major political headache. Loads of EU projects will have to be curtailed or cancelled.

Why this card was not played before totally escapes me - its a strong negotiating ploy. May running away from problems would be my guess.

More than ever I think May has been told that unless she toughens her negotiating stance, she will face a leadership challenge. Raab seems to have been given a lot more negotiating freedom than David Davis ever was. And Olly Robbins seems to have been sidelined - about time too.

Wordsmith
<snigger> Sure champ.
 
@Baglock seems very subdued today....

Last week deliriously happy as he thought BRINO was in his grasp, but as they say, a week is a very long time in politics - and now? it’s shaping up to be a hard Brexit.

Poor @Baglock - it’s been emotional.
 
I have noticed a significant toughening of the UK's negotiating stance.

Britain will 'thrive' even if there is no Brexit deal, minister says, as David Davis calls on PM to 'reset' her plan


Dominic Raab: Britain will refuse to pay £39 billion divorce bill to Brussels if the EU fails to agree trade deal


May was absolutely stupid not to play these cards before. She's just proved to be week in negotiations and a doormat the EU has walked right over. At least Dominic Rabb is adopting a more realistic negotiating stance.

Which in turn is more likely to force concessions out of the EU.

Wordsmith
Actually I think that in timing terms these declarations are not too bad at all.
 
I firmly believe that these extremist remainder types who post here most of the day, would rather see Brexit fail than succeed.
That's because you don't think too often. Your brain can't deal with complexity.
 

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Actually I think that in timing terms these declarations are not too bad at all.
So now having bailed out of DExEU and generally regarded as a failure. In not being actually able to deliver brexit or making pigs fly.
Hes giving advice to the PM. It's a pity he wasn't so helpful when he had only one job to do.
 
For all the media noise, this is what is actually being briefed out to MPs...

What was that about not agreeing to an NI backstop again? ^^

https://assets.publishing.service.g...file/728135/THE_FUTURE_UK-EU_RELATIONSHIP.pdf
A brief peruse and ES would say that all the previous talk from PMTM of a ‘bespoke-blueprint’ deal was hogwash, as option 1 & 2 have shown to be unagreeable.

Besides, any agreement has to Parliament & EU voted through.

So is TM being held accountable for not being able to back up her own words? Or no deal on the horizon? Seeing as 80% can only be mutually agreed.


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A brief peruse and ES would say that all the previous talk from PMTM of a ‘bespoke-blueprint’ deal was hogwash, as option 1 & 2 have shown to be unagreeable.

Besides, any agreement has to Parliament & EU voted through.

So is TM being held accountable for not being able to back up her own words? Or no deal on the horizon? Seeing as 80% can only be mutually agreed.


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It’s intersting. I think the risk of No Deal is certainly some way off. Despite media hype, negotiations still continue. All TM has to do is convince people that the backstop option for NI can be safely signed up to, because it should never be used.

Once the WA is finalised, the pressure is off a bit and then the eternal arguments over trade could actually being in earnest. ^^
 
Hard brexit...can't wait. Reece Mogg for PM...excellent. NI...no problem. Brexit bill, tell em to feck orf. We will have control of our borders, our currency and our laws...what can go wrong?
 

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