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No-deal EU exit 'far more likely' if parliament rejects May's deal - minister

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31 minutes ago, melvinmelvin said:

is foggy island completely out of control?

or is this the  normal way of running UK,

this defence character and  bojo and dodgy davies and rees-mogg etc etc??

The 'defence character' was merely answering a question & the other 3 aren't in the cabinet.

HTH

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Will Ireland unite? 

 

Interesting to hear voices from Northern Ireland, what they are thinking about no-deal brexit and what it might bring forward.

 

 

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13 minutes ago, elliss said:

       UK erupts really ,  complacency is now the norm in,  ex Great Britain.  

     Where laziness is regarded as a disability. EU, we beg forgiveness, mon ami, entente cordiale, kiss.

 

 

, mon ami. 

Unable to respond as i'm unable to decipher the question.

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1 minute ago, evadgib said:

The 'defence character' was merely answering a question & the other 3 aren't in the cabinet.

HTH

no, he was not

he was giving a speech re UK, and a terrible terrible one, and reading out of a script

 

yes, I know  that the others  are not in cab, bojo was though,

that says volumes about how UK is run, volumes

 

my  guess is that UK is in pretty deep <deleted>, come brexit or not

 

 

 

 

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38 minutes ago, oilinki said:

Will Ireland unite? 

 

Interesting to hear voices from Northern Ireland, what they are thinking about no-deal brexit and what it might bring forward.

You didn't; I haven't been able to look it up properly but that appears to be an RTE clip featuring RoI panelists with perhaps one SF MP from the north

(ie not remotely interested in anything to do with the Crown).

And lets not forget Stormont hasn't sat for 2 years.

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2 hours ago, Grouse said:

Brexit will be abandoned 

 

May's deal is dead

 

A no deal Brexit will be killed by parliament.

 

The game is up.

Job well done.  She's a hero in the mould of Maggie.

OK, a different mould, but a hero nonetheless.

 

She's given us an Italian Job way out, instead of a Quadrophenia exit

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12 hours ago, oilinki said:

May's deal is fair one and it's the only one negotiated between EU and UK. 

 

The only option is for UK to cancel brexit altogether. I don't see that happening as it would be a major lose of face for the UK. 

 

Too proud to bend, break it must.

What is it you don't understand? All powers go to the EU in next few years, the UK will become a federal state of Europe if we don't leave.  Explain to me what is fair about May's deal!!

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25 minutes ago, leither69 said:

What is it you don't understand? All powers go to the EU in next few years, the UK will become a federal state of Europe if we don't leave.  Explain to me what is fair about May's deal!!

That couple of year period is transformation / adaptation period. Naturally UK no longer have a say of the EU's future, which it will be leaving. How else it could be?

 

Meanwhile UK is able to start negotiation deals around the world. Deals which it will need once the transformtion period is over. UK has enough time to hire and train thousands of people to it borders to take care of customs etc duties. UK has time to hire and train tens of thousands bureaucrats, who will take over the duties, which EU did earlier. 

 

Of course UK is going to leave. Neither EU nor UK wish UK to be in constant half in - half out state. 

 

This deal simply makes UK's leaving the EU so much more easier and softer for the UK and specially for the people of UK. 

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13 hours ago, oilinki said:

May's deal is fair one and it's the only one negotiated between EU and UK. 

 

The only option is for UK to cancel brexit altogether. I don't see that happening as it would be a major lose of face for the UK. 

 

Too proud to bend, break it must.

Wrong. The only options are May's deal or no deal. Remain already eliminated by the referendum result.

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3 minutes ago, Thingamabob said:

Wrong. The only options are May's deal or no deal. Remain already eliminated by the referendum result.

As far as I'm aware, although you may know differently, the UK is still a parliamentary democracy. So a vote for a second referendum is certainly an option.

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12 minutes ago, bristolboy said:

As far as I'm aware, although you may know differently, the UK is still a parliamentary democracy. So a vote for a second referendum is certainly an option.

After the first has been fully implemented!

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The UK has a dream of being "an Island" to itself again, & in doing so has dug a hole deeper than

expected.

The world has moved on & I think they may find that as when they where a "Superpower"

so much has changed & without much acceptance of this they will find themselves isolated to 

a large degree.

I forecast sterling to remain at today"s rates against the Baht for 5 years minimum

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16 hours ago, evadgib said:

May's deal is a dogs breakfast. There'll be NO (E)U turn & 29 March has been settled in law therefore cannot simply be moved at the drop of a hat. If they tamper with it too often the country will erupt as is happening in France, Belgium & elsewhere.

 

The 29th of March isn't hard to change at all. Simply withdraw Article 50. 

 

There is no way the UK would erupt as the French and to a less extent the Belgians have.

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26 minutes ago, natway09 said:

The UK has a dream of being "an Island" to itself again, & in doing so has dug a hole deeper than

expected.

The world has moved on & I think they may find that as when they where a "Superpower"

so much has changed & without much acceptance of this they will find themselves isolated to 

a large degree.

I forecast sterling to remain at today"s rates against the Baht for 5 years minimum

 

You little optimist!

 

I predict Sterling to fall against the Baht during this year probably ending up around 35-40 range. 

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2 hours ago, evadgib said:

After the first has been fully implemented!

 

Why?

 

There is no law or precedence to say that is there? 

 

 

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