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Brexit Phase Two - Trade

Any trade agreements with the EU will both undermine the referendum vote and destroy the integrity that exists among current members. We must therefore have a cliff edge no deal. Absoloutely smashing... The 17million who shot themselves in the foot will have a chance to experience reality. Make your way to the soup kitchens early.

Investment in Britain ground to a halt after the zombie woman's speech...excellent.
Speak it’s name and it steps forward to prove your case @Tired_Tech
 
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Both sides could sign a free trade agreement tomorrow. The EU would even get £40b in return (over the course of a few decades). The fact this isn't happening it's simply down to the EU deciding that the best way to protect the future of the EU is to punish the UK with as damaging relationship as possible....
Wrong.

It's because the EU has consistently said that if the UK wants free trade then the other three freedoms come as part of the package. The EU isn't punishing the UK, it is simply sticking to the EU's rules.
 

Auld-Yin

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As it stands we could leave in five minutes time and everything is splendid. We're basically the same as we were in June june .

the only time things get problematic is when the eu or UK diverge.

For example the eu comes up with something batsh*t retarded. And we don't take it on. Probably the most likely circumstance.

or similarly, UK comes up with something splendid. But the eu are too mired in their own bureaucracy to accept it.
:D

Showing a slight bias there TT aren't you? :cool:
 
How many cliches in there?
Mate, join the big boys club and try and articulate a response on why an anti Brexit narrative upsets you so much.


Surely even you can accept that the past 18 months have been essentially wasted, the tories heading for civil war and possible government collapse, the NI issue redlined out of all sense and most of us with more than two brain cells are saying: we told you so before the vote, that none of these realities were ever properly considered.


Where is this £350m for the NHS?

Why has over 100,000 UK businesses ended up being registered in Ireland in order to stay in the single market?

Why is the pound dropping?

Seriously- Explain why you want a poorer, weaker and more isolated U.K
 
I see the EUtopians are rattled now their EU heroes have effectively forced a no deal Brexit.
No one's forcing anything mate. If the so called brexiteers can't even handle internal UK dissent, what chance do they have against outsiders? And no, just because the vote went towards leaving brexit doesn't mean you get support from the rest of the votes who chose to remain. That's why it's called a democracy and you have these to and fro.
 
As long as they don't try to pay in pounds I suppose he'd take anything.
do I detect a note of sarcasm?- surely not. Put your thinking cap on for a minute. It's not called the Petrodollar for nothing and since 1945 the US has called the shots in this matter. Now cast your mind back to 2003 when Iraq happened and what does Bush do in cahoots with Blair? We now know that it was to do with Iraq happy for Euros to be used. Had that happened then- the Euro would have shot up as a reserve currency. The Iranians would rather deal with the EU too not the great Satan. But I read a lot into Total abandoning Iran. France is playing a double game with Russia again and it's quite happy to sacrifice us AGAIN because we not staying in their club. Quelle surprise.
 

Auld-Yin

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Mate, join the big boys club and try and articulate a response on why an anti Brexit narrative upsets you so much.


Surely even you can accept that the past 18 months have been essentially wasted, the tories heading for civil war and possible government collapse, the NI issue redlined out of all sense and most of us with more than two brain cells are saying: we told you so before the vote, that none of these realities were ever properly considered.


Where is this £350m for the NHS?

Why has over 100,000 UK businesses ended up being registered in Ireland in order to stay in the single market?

Why is the pound dropping?

Seriously- Explain why you want a poorer, weaker and more isolated U.K
Why are you still fighting the referendum that you lost?

Why are you not identifying as Baggie? :D
 

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