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What now for the EU ?

Is it within the realms of possibility that Poland and Hungary could be seduced by Vlad to rejoin the fold if the EU overplay their hand?

It would be a spectacular coup for Russian geopolitics.
This looks more like haggling and "negotiating". Poland and Hungary are the largest net beneficiaries. At 12.3 and 5.2 billion euros respectively (as of 2018 ), these are not necessarily small amounts that they want to lose. And there is more money in it with the coming COVID-19 helps. They are flexing their muscles, knowing full well that the EU cannot afford a real scandal, especially since Club Med and its leader France are covetously looking at all the nice money that will flow. So it will end like (almost) always, the EU will trying to save face cave in, a bad compromise will be made and everybody will continue happily as before.
In my opinion, none of the Eastern European countries that have had decades of pleasure under the Russian thumb want to have that again.
 
Plagarism is not truth Higgsy...
An absurd notion... Truth cannot be plagiarised. There are many things which simply can not be copyrighted. Though a full list would be far too long to mention, it includes things such as titles, facts, ideas, phrases and other items which are too small or short to have any unique value.

You are probably qualified to sell The Big Issue and it has gone to your head.
 

HCL

LE
Some didn't get the message that the UK is going to be a sh*t place and want to come in

Almost one million more EU citizens have applied to stay in the UK after Brexit than
had been expected as applications hit 4.2 million

WFMOB

That's cos most of them are on UC, get free health care, child benefits and get their rent paid by the system.

Do Brits abroad in the EU get the same deal?
 
An absurd notion... Truth cannot be plagiarised. There are many things which simply can not be copyrighted. Though a full list would be far too long to mention, it includes things such as titles, facts, ideas, phrases and other items which are too small or short to have any unique value.

You are probably qualified to sell The Big Issue and it has gone to your head.

You really are blustering now...
 
An absurd notion... Truth cannot be plagiarised. There are many things which simply can not be copyrighted. Though a full list would be far too long to mention, it includes things such as titles, facts, ideas, phrases and other items which are too small or short to have any unique value.

You are probably qualified to sell The Big Issue and it has gone to your head.
You seem to be outnumbered in your attitude to plagiarism which only goes to prove, as an indisputable truth, a fact if you will that you are the only one in step on this one...


... everybody else should write, create, design, invent, publish etc with no expectation of ownership of their work because a dribbling village idiot says they can’t copyright their work - he may wish to claim it as his own at some point.

Ok... I think I understand where you are coming from.
 
An absurd notion... Truth cannot be plagiarised. There are many things which simply can not be copyrighted. Though a full list would be far too long to mention, it includes things such as titles, facts, ideas, phrases and other items which are too small or short to have any unique value.

You are probably qualified to sell The Big Issue and it has gone to your head.
You still have not answered the extremely simple question: ‘Do you know what this symbol means ©️, and why it exists?’
 

WightMivvi

War Hero
You still have not answered the extremely simple question: ‘Do you know what this symbol means ©️, and why it exists?’
More pertinently, what is the EU’s attitude towards plagiarism and copyright infringement, and how will that change in the future? Isn’t the EU trying to strengthen and expand copyrighting?

Luckily for Higgy, we did him a favour by removing EU authority over him so he only has to worry about UK copyright and plagiarism laws.
 
You really are blustering now...
He’s used some of the right words but, as ever with people who don’t have a clue what they are writing about, he omits the key elements as to context.
I mean, Heavens, the worldwide multitude of Copyright, Trademark and IP lawyers may as well pack up shop now, if it is all as simple - and can readily be ignored - as HB makes out.
 

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