Brexit Phase Two - Trade

The non-worried EU want us to hold a second referendum so we don't leave the EU. Diddums...

Brexit: EU leaders 'almost unanimous' in support for second UK referendum - latest news


We'll be over the worst of our problems a few months after Brexit. The EU has huge problems on the horizon, which explains the anxiety about us leaving. Among other things we would have been a cash cow in the event of a eurozone failure in the next recession. In addition, if we prosper outside the EU, we might also catalyse other countries to leave.

Good luck to to the EU - should have given Call Me Dave meaningful concessions if you wanted to stop us leaving.

After March 29th, we'll be able to watch the slowly developing fuster cluck from the sidelines, secure in the knowledge we've insulated ourselves from a significant part of the pain.

Wordsmith
I wasn’t too happy with the result of the German election.

Can they redo that one for me
 
The non-worried EU want us to hold a second referendum so we don't leave the EU. Diddums...

Brexit: EU leaders 'almost unanimous' in support for second UK referendum - latest news


We'll be over the worst of our problems a few months after Brexit. The EU has huge problems on the horizon, which explains the anxiety about us leaving. Among other things we would have been a cash cow in the event of a eurozone failure in the next recession. In addition, if we prosper outside the EU, we might also catalyse other countries to leave.

Good luck to to the EU - should have given Call Me Dave meaningful concessions if you wanted to stop us leaving.

After March 29th, we'll be able to watch the slowly developing fuster cluck from the sidelines, secure in the knowledge we've insulated ourselves from a significant part of the pain.

Wordsmith
I agree with that. There was some good stuff - some reports made it sound like they'd sent him away empty-handed - but a bit more would have been so much more sensible.
 
The non-worried EU want us to hold a second referendum so we don't leave the EU. Diddums...

Brexit: EU leaders 'almost unanimous' in support for second UK referendum - latest news


We'll be over the worst of our problems a few months after Brexit. The EU has huge problems on the horizon, which explains the anxiety about us leaving. Among other things we would have been a cash cow in the event of a eurozone failure in the next recession. If we prosper outside the EU, we might also catalyse other countries to leave.

Good luck to to the EU - should have given Call Me Dave meaningful concessions if you wanted to stop us leaving.

After March 29th, we'll be able to watch the slowly developing fuster cluck from the sidelines, secure in the knowledge we've insulated ourselves from a significant part of the pain.

Wordsmith
The Same EU that's decided that Michel Barnier & May will have a forthcoming 2 day lock in to wrangle out a deal.

PMTM has made it clear, no 2nd Referendum & A50 not extended.

Atm, On Politics live Alistair Campbell admitted that June 2016 'was' the peoples vote & still fantasising over another vote.

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calm yourself.

i want the 1975 European Communities referendum redoing. Should the vote go the other way, I expect 40 years of contributions to be returned to us, in exchange for the moneys we received from Europe.
We should be ok.

There was no unanimous decision from the EU therefore they can’t demand it.
Out of interest, which country didn’t think we should have a second referendum?
Those that did, why do they feel it necessary to interfere?

If we’re that unimportant why are the EU desperate to keep us in?
 
Thwart Brexit. How on earth can anyone ‘thwart’ anything when, the people in favour of it, haven’t the first clue what it is they are doing, what they want or what the point of it all is.

Brexiters want sovereignty, of what, we never lost sovereignty.
Brexiters want control of their borders, yet can’t tell the difference between a coastline and a border. They don’t know what to do with a border either.


I’m beginning to think that there’s something wrong with seriously true believer Brexiters.

They’ve finally found a cause, something to believe in. They’ve invested so much time attempting to defend what’s turned into the indefensible, they refuse to see what’s happening right in front of them.


I’m still waiting to see what the Brexit equivalent of the Volkssturm is going to look like.
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Back at that point of having to agree to differ.
Maybe so.

you are aware that MEL's were to vote on various points AFTER the referendum...

Former ALDE group MEP Andrew Duff backed Lambsdorff, telling this website, "He's perfectly within his rights as an MEP to hold his opinion. The Cameron deal on 19 February was binding only on his 27 colleagues in the European Council. Implementing the deal will be very complex, very controversial and very long - and not just in the European Parliament."
what couldn't be killed off in the MEP vote would have been gradually eroded over time.

the eu is heading in its direction. You go with it or you leave it.

Senior MEP promises major opposition to Cameron Brexit deal
 
Maybe so.

you are aware that MEL's were to vote on various points AFTER the referendum...



what couldn't be killed off in the MEP vote would have been gradually eroded over time.

the eu is heading in its direction. You go with it or you leave it.

Senior MEP promises major opposition to Cameron Brexit deal
Brexit would probably have focussed European minds a bit more if the UK had had the referendum first, and Cameron then gone to the EU with his wish list in the eventuality of a vote to leave.
 

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