Brexit Phase Two - Trade

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'In case of withdrawal from the United Kingdom of the European Union without agreement, British nationals currently residing in France and their family members would be staying illegally.'
Cue massive depreciation in property values in areas such as Dordogne, and reduced taxes to regional governments and the French Government
 
The irony that Grac denies mainstream media in favour of Twitter.
You're making stuff up and confuse opinions with fact. If you're not stupid it's because.....?
 
french being somewhat phallic today...


The draft no-deal law published by the French government today warns checks on goods at the borders could cause huge disruption.

The document says: 'In the event of withdrawal from the United Kingdom without agreement, British nationals who enjoy the right of free movement and free establishment throughout the European Union, as well as members of their family, will become nationals of third parties and will therefore in principle be subject to common law, that is to say to the requirement to present a visa to enter the French territory and to justify a residence permit to stay there.

'In case of withdrawal from the United Kingdom of the European Union without agreement, British nationals currently residing in France and their family members would be staying illegally.'
Ah well French residents become Aliens and have to report for Police supervison. But surely it is the EU that determines migration policy-not the French
 
Ah well French residents become Aliens and have to report for Police supervison. But surely it is the EU that determines migration policy-not the French
Should be interesting if the Gendarmes try that one.
 

Joker62

ADC
Book Reviewer
french being somewhat phallic today...


The draft no-deal law published by the French government today warns checks on goods at the borders could cause huge disruption.

The document says: 'In the event of withdrawal from the United Kingdom without agreement, British nationals who enjoy the right of free movement and free establishment throughout the European Union, as well as members of their family, will become nationals of third parties and will therefore in principle be subject to common law, that is to say to the requirement to present a visa to enter the French territory and to justify a residence permit to stay there.

'In case of withdrawal from the United Kingdom of the European Union without agreement, British nationals currently residing in France and their family members would be staying illegally.'
I think Macron et al need to remember what side their pain is beurred on, there are more EU citizens living in the UK than vice versa.
 

skid2

LE
Book Reviewer
Cue massive depreciation in property values in areas such as Dordogne, and reduced taxes to regional governments and the French Government
Maybe more brits would move there. On the Irish border and tariffs aren’t there WTO rules on that sort of thing about what you’re proposing being frowned upon.
If we’re going buccaneering, we’re going to need a bucking idea.
 
You're making stuff up and confuse opinions with fact. If you're not stupid it's because.....?
Shush you denier of mainstream news. And it's not even like you can discern a poor opinion from a well founded one.

Here, have another source:

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UK would still lose EU budget rebate if it decided to cancel Brexit, Brussels budget chief says

If it's the opinion of the EU budget boss that the UK would lose it's rebate, you can be rest assured that it's a possibility.

Now what other hairs would you like to split?
 
Maybe more brits would move there. On the Irish border and tariffs aren’t there WTO rules on that sort of thing about what you’re proposing being frowned upon.
If we’re going buccaneering, we’re going to need a bucking idea.
Only if destroying the economy of a region and declaring Brits 'aliens' is an attractive proposition for some Brits to move to that region.
 
So let's see if this is correct, a reporter sees a report and prints something about it and a poster here posts what the reporter says, and you want a copy of the document. Then you state the document does not exist. Someone is telling porkies, either the reporter or you.

I am sure you will find some natty little tweet from twitterland to keep you happy
You're making stuff up. It's one man making a statement. Go and read it. Then my original reply.
 
Ah well French residents become Aliens and have to report for Police supervison. But surely it is the EU that determines migration policy-not the French
The EU only decides migration policy for citizens of other EU countries. There is no harmonisation of migration from third countries.
 

Wordsmith

LE
Book Reviewer
french being somewhat phallic today...


The draft no-deal law published by the French government today warns checks on goods at the borders could cause huge disruption.

The document says: 'In the event of withdrawal from the United Kingdom without agreement, British nationals who enjoy the right of free movement and free establishment throughout the European Union, as well as members of their family, will become nationals of third parties and will therefore in principle be subject to common law, that is to say to the requirement to present a visa to enter the French territory and to justify a residence permit to stay there.

'In case of withdrawal from the United Kingdom of the European Union without agreement, British nationals currently residing in France and their family members would be staying illegally.'
That's Marcon $hitting himself that an easy Brexit will reduce the odds that he can get the necessary EU treaty changes through to stop the euro collapsing in the next recession and trashing the French economy in the process.

I will have a major attack of schadenfreude when that happens.

Wordsmith
 
If it's the opinion of the EU budget boss that the UK would lose it's rebate, you can be rest assured that it's a possibility.
Do you want me to make the relevant words bold? It looks like you've got there though.

So, in the event of the UK deciding to remain in the EU we may lose our rebate?
 
Not particularly.
I'm not in the market for an MG either. Electric with extender might have made some JLR products popular in the UK. There are buyers who would like the option to buy British. Sometimes that can swing a sale, though the market is less forgiving of reliability issues, particularly when paying a bit more than they might have done. Goodbye Jaguar or should I say TATA...
Good luck with buying British.
 

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