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welovesundaysatspace

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  1. welovesundaysatspace

    UK PM May makes no change to demands in talks with EU leaders - report

    Because the EU is in the stronger negotiating position. The 39bn and a potential trade deal have nothing to do with each other.
  2. welovesundaysatspace

    Brexit takes toll on Britain's financial sector, outlook weak

    It’s part of the political process that some MPs will not return because the electorate disagrees with their views. Will happen whatever they decide to do next.
  3. There is no “unrest in many eu countries”. And the machine is running well. Again, measured by results, not by some politician walking like he’s drunk.
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    UK PM May makes no change to demands in talks with EU leaders - report

    I tend to agree. It’s a pity; I wouldn’t have thought so some time ago. But the current state the U.K. is in, it is too much of a burden, a risk even, to have it as an EU member. Let them leave and think about what they actually want. The door will always be open; they can always become an EU member again if they want to.
  5. I think most mainland Europeans don’t really notice or care about EU politicians. Juncker et al are not Merkel or Macron or Trump; nobody feels they are being represented by them. The EU is what it is, a club, a trading bloc, a regulator. It is a machine running in the background; as long as the machine keeps running well, no one really cares who’s pushing the buttons.
  6. He wasn’t pulled up by police for drink driving.
  7. You didn’t talk about how he does his job. You speculated about his drinking habits.
  8. For some strange reason, some dude on a Thailand forum knows a “fact” about a “Million of E.u. citizens” that not even the British media knows.
  9. welovesundaysatspace

    Brexit takes toll on Britain's financial sector, outlook weak

    I think we have reached that point already. In its current state, the UK is a burden. Unfortunately the ECJ ruled that the EU doesn’t have a say in that.
  10. That totally depends on how valuable you are to the result. Wanna know how many times I violated code of conduct nonsense and was doing my own thing without anyone saying a word, simply because it would be a nightmare to replace me? As I said, people care about results, not about principles.
  11. You are wrong with your opinion about mainland Europeans. Everyone knows perfection doesn’t exist. But most people think in results rather than principles, and therefore don’t see the point in destroying our economies, freedom and rights over the drinking habits of some politician.
  12. welovesundaysatspace

    UK PM May makes no change to demands in talks with EU leaders - report

    She knows that: - no one would step up to replace her, because everyone knows it’s a deadlock and you can only lose; - it would then lead to a GE; - Tories would lose such GE. Good thing is, time is ticking, thanks to Theresa. So at some point, MPs need to make a decision for something, whether that’s hard Brexit, A50 withdrawal, or saving themselves but sacrificing the Tory party (by resigning).
  13. welovesundaysatspace

    Brexit takes toll on Britain's financial sector, outlook weak

    I‘m afraid you’re wrong it’s no longer an option. If the sovereign parliament wishes so, it can decide to withdraw from A50, which would mean to remain. The referendum doesn’t in any way restrict parliament‘s sovereignty.
  14. welovesundaysatspace

    UK in deadlock over Brexit 'Plan B' as May and Corbyn tussle

    The pink unicorn that Boris and Jacob promised doesn’t exist. There’s only no-deal, no-Brexit and May’s deal on the table. Something called reality.
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