What will you do if Brexit is reversed / doesn't happen ?

If Brexit is reversed and doesn't happen what will you do?

  • Go postal and fire bomb government buildings .

    Votes: 35 10.8%
  • Put my gillet vert on and protest.

    Votes: 41 12.7%
  • Stop paying taxes and refuse to cooperate with any government department .

    Votes: 9 2.8%
  • Absolutely nothing and put up with the lack of democracy .

    Votes: 72 22.2%
  • Celebrate the good news .

    Votes: 88 27.2%
  • Campaign for another election.

    Votes: 13 4.0%
  • Something else.

    Votes: 45 13.9%
  • Emigrate .

    Votes: 21 6.5%

  • Total voters
    324
Why do you sit at your PC or whatever and just make things up?
Does your obsession/fetish put little voices into your head?
Not really, this has been broadcast on European TV for a while now. If you are on satellite, you can find far better news coverage, than the Brussels Broadcasting Corp.
 
Not really, this has been broadcast on European TV for a while now. If you are on satellite, you can find far better news coverage, than the Brussels Broadcasting Corp.
No, it has been pointed out that any country wishing to join the EU must adopt the euro and Schengen. Those new countries that have not yet joined the Euro must plan to do so by 2020.
This does not mean UK, and I do see the Euro TV and press quite often. Nothing has been said that the countries with opt outs must give them up from 2020. The countries that haven't joined the Euro without an opt out are the ones that the 2020 applies.
It does not apply to UK and Denmark regarding the euro or UK and Ireland regarding Schengen.
Of course, being Arrse, now that you've said it then it will be picked up as gospel by others and lots of "what ifs" instead of what is actually happening.
 
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No, it has been pointed out that any country wishing to join the EU must adopt the euro and Schengen. Those new countries that have not yet joined the Euro must plan to do so by 2020.
This does not mean UK, and I do see the Euro TV and press quite often. Nothing has been said that the countries with opt outs must give them up from 2020. The countries that haven't joined the Euro without an opt out are the ones that the 2020 applies.
It does not apply to UK and Denmark regarding the euro or UK and Ireland regarding Schengen.
Of course, being Aarse, now that you've said it then it will be picked up as gospel by others and lots of "what ifs" instead of what is actually happening.
You're confusing him with facts.

Most unkind of you.
 
You're confusing him with facts.

Most unkind of you.
To be fair, the Daily Express did come out with the headline that the EU will make "all" Eu members adopt the euro by 2025 and described it as a "bombshell".
However, if you actually read the article it states UK and Denmark are exempt but the "all" and "bombshell" referred to the other 7 countries that don't currently use it or have an opt out.
 
To be fair, the Daily Express did come out with the headline that the EU will make "all" Eu members adopt the euro by 2025 and described it as a "bombshell".
However, if you actually read the article it states UK and Denmark are exempt but the "all" and "bombshell" referred to the other 7 countries that don't currently use it or have an opt out.
Fact checking? Wossat?
 
No, it has been pointed out that any country wishing to join the EU must adopt the euro and Schengen. Those new countries that have not yet joined the Euro must plan to do so by 2020.
This does not mean UK, and I do see the Euro TV and press quite often. Nothing has been said that the countries with opt outs must give them up from 2020. The countries that haven't joined the Euro without an opt out are the ones that the 2020 applies.
It does not apply to UK and Denmark regarding the euro or UK and Ireland regarding Schengen.
Of course, being Arrse, now that you've said it then it will be picked up as gospel by others and lots of "what ifs" instead of what is actually happening.
Do you really think that these lot outs will not eventually become opt ins?
 
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Published by: RTE, on Monday, 15 Apr 2019.

EU countries give clearance to start US trade talks.

European Union countries have given final clearance to start formal trade talks with the United States after months of delay due to French resistance.

In the end, the EU governments voted by a clear majority to approve the negotiating mandates proposed by the European Commission, with France voting against and Belgium abstaining.

The Commission, which coordinates trade policy for the 28-member European Union, wants to start negotiations on two tracks - one to cut tariffs on industrial goods, the other to make it easier for companies to show products meet EU or US standards.

It needed backing from the EU member states to do so.

The European Union and the United States reached a detente last July when US President Donald Trump agreed to hold off imposing punitive tariffs on EU cars as the two sides sought to improve economic ties.

That including removing tariffs on "non-auto industrial goods".

The Commission has repeatedly said it will not discuss tariffs or barriers to trade in farm products, but is willing to discuss cars, setting it on a possible collision course with Washington.

The Trump administration has a wide-ranging wish list, including comprehensive agricultural market access.

Diplomats say Germany, whose exports of cars and parts to the United States are more than half the EU total, wants to press ahead with talks to ward off tariffs on car makers Volkswagen, Mercedes maker Daimler and BMW.

France, with very few US car exports, had been seeking to push the issue beyond the European Parliament election in May, convinced that dealing with President Trump is not a vote winner.

France has insisted that agriculture should not feature in the talks but that climate change provisions should - a difficult demand given Trump's withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement.

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EU give clearance to start US trade talks
 
 

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