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  1. 2 more E.U. leaders who doubt about extension besides Juncker ….. seems a growing tendency amongst E.U. leaders .... https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2019/oct/18/boris-johnson-launches-frantic-sales-pitch-of-brexit-deal-ahead-of-commons-vote-politics-live 22m ago 15:09 Macron says he does not think EU will grant further Brexit extension Emmanuel Macron, the French president, has said he does not want to grant another Brexit extension. Speaking at a press conference at the end of the EU summit, he said: So that we can turn to the future I believe that we shall stick to the deadline of October 31. That being said, I’m not trying to read the future but I do not think we shall grant any further delay. Like I said, there shall be no delay unless there are some major changes. 11m ago 15:19 Varakdar says MPs should not assume EU27 would inevitably agree to Brexit extension And Leo Varadkar, the Irish taoiseach (prime minister), has also said that MPs at Westminster should not assume that the EU27 would inevitably agree to a Brexit extension. Speaking at his post-summit press conference, he said.
  2. 2 more E.U. leaders who doubt about extension besides Juncker ….. seems a growing tendency amongst E.U. leaders .... https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2019/oct/18/boris-johnson-launches-frantic-sales-pitch-of-brexit-deal-ahead-of-commons-vote-politics-live 22m ago 15:09 Macron says he does not think EU will grant further Brexit extension Emmanuel Macron, the French president, has said he does not want to grant another Brexit extension. Speaking at a press conference at the end of the EU summit, he said: So that we can turn to the future I believe that we shall stick to the deadline of October 31. That being said, I’m not trying to read the future but I do not think we shall grant any further delay. Like I said, there shall be no delay unless there are some major changes. 11m ago 15:19 Varakdar says MPs should not assume EU27 would inevitably agree to Brexit extension And Leo Varadkar, the Irish taoiseach (prime minister), has also said that MPs at Westminster should not assume that the EU27 would inevitably agree to a Brexit extension. Speaking at his post-summit press conference, he said:
  3. As I have read once a story from a foreigner who was long hospitalized , and the house roof needed serious repair …. and for that the darling wife needed & was given a letter of attorney …. and seems end story was that the wife put the house on her name by it ….I don't know if they stayed together or not afterwards ... 555 ( maybe done as a " precaution" as not mentioned for what the man was long time in hospital ….. maybe she thought better be sure …..in case of …. Just pointing out such letter need to be restricted to the purpose in mind on it . Good thing for Land office to demand …. I think they did that after some things happened as described by me .
  4. Out of E.U. point of view all can go good : 1) deal accepted by H.O.C. ….OK 2) voted down …. and Bojo must ask extension (shall be a very long one or not one) ….OK ( as contribution GBP coming again ) 4) referendum ….ok 3) And if all go tits ….chance on revoking …. ok ok ok … Maybe we E.U. start liking Boris already a bit more now ..
  5. as all banks do too, I think most see what they get cash in hand on street , and then expats what they get rom the one they choose online by transferring ….BUT be sure to calculate for your incoming transfers Bangkok Bank as that is used by the immigration officers for your extensions , unless you do monthly …. and even then ….
  6. From point of view as a European , i think ,i am sure this is the best deal possible ...,unless we would gamble longer to get revoke or remain...but i would not push our luck for that . And it gives the island of Ireland the chance to keep all as it is for now , and possible becomes one in future if wished . But to get this done & voted in H.O.C is another case.... short summary of the deal Deal.pdf
  7. Make clear …. vey clear... to what the power of attorney is limited /purposed or meant to be used …..or you running chance to find your house or possessions changed from owner !
  8. Only 1 Country has to refuse extension other 26 can not change that = ….veto it and it is done , so …..maybe Luxemburg ?? As that country PM. was already fed up with the Brexit uncertainty ….
  9. https://news.sky.com/story/live-brexit-deal-hangs-in-the-balance-as-pm-heads-to-eu-summit-11837415 Breaking LIVE: 'We've got great new deal' - Boris Johnson declares a Brexit agreement in place Latest updates as Boris Johnson travels to Brussels, after agreeing a Brexit deal with the EU.
  10. LIVE Updated 3m ago https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2019/oct/17/eu-leaders-gather-for-summit-as-boris-johnson-scrambles-to-get-backing-for-brexit-deal-politics-live Andrew Sparrow Politics Brexit: Boris Johnson says he has secured 'great new deal' with EU – live news Jean-Claude Juncker also confirms that deal has been agreed: follow the day’s Brexit events as they happen Maybe Bojo is throwing them under his red bus.....55555 lol
  11. I think the DUP shall be the one responsible to break the good Friday agreements ….. by ultimate be the only ones responsible to have a kind of a boarder on the Island .
  12. I use even my Asus laptop on Samsung flatscreen by HDMI cable
  13. it done over & out for the moment ….. next extension or nothing , I don't see any solution in this short few weeks day's can not be done technically as 27 country heads have to be informed if ANY changes could be made to "sweeten" the DUP ...
  14. Forget a deal in brussels , another extension it could be …. Matthew Weaver Thu 17 Oct 2019 08.10 BST https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/oct/17/dup-boris-johnson-brexit-deal DUP says it cannot support Boris Johnson's Brexit deal PM’s proposed deal suffers another blow as party objects to customs and VAT terms The Democratic Unionist party is threatening to scupper the Brexit deal that Boris Johnson is on the cusp of agreeing with the EU. On the morning of a crucial EU summit in Brussels, a joint statement from the DUP’s leader Arlene Foster and her deputy Nigel Dodds, explicitly says the party cannot support the deal that is close to being finalised. The pound fell 0.5% against the dollar and the euro within minutes of the announcement. more...
  15. Here same one I have as reserve one besides home country bank ,those but all for online , not the cash exchange on street or bank
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