Brexit Phase Two - Trade

For an anonymous "person (male or female or otherwise)" on t' tinterweb whose avowed statement of intent for posting very early on (to a lobster type person) was "I am only on here to wind-up the more rabid Brexiteers", you aren't half taking yourself seriously.
Well, one of your multiple personalities certainly are.
Now get your coat on, we really are leaving the EU.
And I am sorry to say that I have found you another job locally here so that you can stay in the EU as the UK isn't.
It's even related to the military so that really qualifies you to keep on posting on this site too !

Offre d'emploi : Conducteur spécialiste du transport CDD - France entière

Mais, @Baglock est pas de rigoureux et dynamique!

En avant au BREXIT mes amis!
 
Without reading through 900 pages, we keep hearing about how bad or good BREXIT will be for the UK. But has anyone worked out the costs for the rest of the EU. Surely the combined loss for the 27 is far greater than any loss for the 1.
If there are no published figures, Is that because no one has worked it out or the fact they have worked it out and the numbers are terrifying?
 
Without reading through 900 pages, we keep hearing about how bad or good BREXIT will be for the UK. But has anyone worked out the costs for the rest of the EU. Surely the combined loss for the 27 is far greater than any loss for the 1.
If there are no published figures, Is that because no one has worked it out or the fact they have worked it out and the numbers are terrifying?

I'm not sure you've thought your question through.
 

Auld-Yin

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My take is October, when the "deal" is brought before Parliament.
Discussions will stretch to mid-November when Barnier will stand up and say that no agreement has been possible. The Council of Europe will meet in mid-December, put Barnier back in his box and the agreement will be ratified with implementation periods agreed, probably in a series of different modules /disciplines with separate timelines, and the UK will depart the EU in March 2019. Various trade agreements with countries around the world will come in to force and the UK will go from strength to strength, despite the spoling tactics of some EU loving Britons.
 

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Discussions will stretch to mid-November when Barnier will stand up and say that no agreement has been possible. The Council of Europe will meet in mid-December, put Barnier back in his box and the agreement will be ratified with implementation periods agreed, probably in a series of different modules /disciplines with separate timelines, and the UK will depart the EU in March 2019. Various trade agreements with countries around the world will come in to force and the UK will go from strength to strength, despite the spoling tactics of some EU loving Britons.

This putting Barnier back in his box, is beyond belief. I’m surprised no ones offered him the Arsenal job.
 

Auld-Yin

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Have you anything to contribute to the trade discussion?

Otherwise, perhaps step away..
You seem to be testing the Moderators patience. Not for much longer I hope.
 
So you agree all is not going according to the non existent plan?
Maybe this is what they were hoping was going to save us
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Actually, and bearing in mind the hospital pass the current incumbents of No 10 and elsewhere were delivered, the criminal failure of the previous lot to allow any preparatory civil service contingency planning, the recalcitrant and non-existent collegiate attitude of the EU and more particularly E C and the well funded, strategically able and damaging remain insurgency, I am rather astonished that we have lasted this far.

That we have, and that we are still in the game, speaks volumes.
 
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