1. Pour décourager les autres, obvs., you silly old Nazi-loving buffoon.Answer these questions:
Why would the EU make terms and conditions deliberately unacceptable?
Which manufacturers and traders are unaffected by brexit?
AndFacts and figures on the EU’s position in global markets
- The EU is the largest economy in the world. Although growth is projected to be slow, the EU remains the largest economy in the world with a GDP per head of €25 000 for its 500 million consumers.
Rankings by Nominal GDP
Here are the 2019 rankings by nominal GDP, shown in current U.S. dollars. These don't take into account PPP, and by this measure, the U.S. is the world's biggest economy:
- U.S.: $21.4 trillion
- EU: $15.6 trillion
Pleased to see Liz Truss and gang have got the UK-Japan FTA over the finishing line, in record time I believe.
It could be argued that Covid was an ill wind that blew them some good.
Opposition parties and MSM have been all over, firstly Brexit, then Covid, and effectively left the negotiators free of hindrance to get their job done.
surely the point is that if the EU does not want-Ahem- to denude MS of their sovereignty and within the WA both sides can act independently for their own interests, that is either Eire/ EU or the UK the concept of a breach at this stage is dead in the water. The Issue of the ECJ is fairly simple. A Ms having a grievance against a non MS can either use it's own courts- much more likely on a contractual basis or ours to enforce any ruling. It's up to any company without the zone to determine if they want to/ can comply with any findings. Ultimately their can be no compulsion to trade.Oops. Looks like the EU has stuffed up again.
Seeing as Varadkar thought we were a small country with a colonial mindset we should absolutely shut the door on them.
We'll have none of that nonsense in here thank you very much!
Is it better than, the same or worse than the deal we currently enjoy via the EU? It came into force on 1 Feb 2019.
A paediatrician should care more for kids than their parents do?
Parents who can't rustle up a slice of toast or a bit of porridge for their kid in the morning should be charged with neglect.
My understanding is it is very slightly better, certainly not worse.Is it better than, the same or worse than the deal we currently enjoy via the EU? It came into force on 1 Feb 2019.
Isn’t that their day job, (or night job if they are on shift) to care for kids?
Good thinking Batman. Apparently it’s impossible to get a policeman out for a burglary or vandalism.........but you want them out when someone misses their porage oats.
Let me know how that goes, you remember the kick up when people started ringing the police when KFC missed a delivery.
I disagree. We can be forgiving, offer them a trade deal, even an economic community, with freedom of movement between countries.Seeing as Varadkar thought we were a small country with a colonial mindset we should absolutely shut the door on them.