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7 minutes ago, nauseus said:

So he's saying that the EU is the equivalent of the Imperial Japanese Army?

 

Well, there are certain similarities, I suppose. 

Between the lines you can guess Scotland is lost for the union , after all a Scottish queen and King beheading is a thing to remember....

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1 hour ago, JonnyF said:

You do realize that only 6-8% of UK companies export to the EU?  

But unfortunately all UK companies are affected by at least some EU regulations. Brilliant innit?

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19 minutes ago, david555 said:

Between the lines you can guess Scotland is lost for the union , after all a Scottish queen and King beheading is a thing to remember....

So is the loss of £1400 per citizen per annum on secession.

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1 minute ago, aright said:

So is the loss of £1400 per citizen per annum on secession.

E.U. take care for them , time to decolonize  it's been to long already .

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Am i missing something or i see UK is also signed Lisbon treaty? And now they want play the game we can go out as we want? Its not possibly sorry. UK need to act as every member that signed that document and this obligates to pay if you want exit. Is simple but for Brits many things even the simpliest are complicated. 

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12 minutes ago, aright said:

You need to brush up on your history. Scotland is not a colony and the United Kingdom is not an Empire.

I do however have my suspicions the EU is an Empire run by Germany.

 

So true sir you had an Empire  but no more , and we see Scotland treated as a colony , so what is in a name Shakespeare in mind …,E.U. not an Empire but on his way to U.S.E. :biggrin:

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If some would be interested , The view from Brussels about tory candidates ….Mark Stone SKY News had it in a video on the news , here it is on a page …. all 3 comments from high lawyer and 1Brexit steering group member , and 1 from the E.U. reform group …… their verdict ...all candidates in denial and delusional , only one speaks a bit the true is that Rory ..

 

https://news.sky.com/story/tory-leadership-race-the-view-from-brussels-11740802

 

Tory leadership race: The view from Brussels

Three EU experts discuss the candidates, their promises and whether those promises have any basis in reality.

By Mark Stone, Europe correspondent

 

Thursday 13 June 2019 07:26, UK

What do those on the EU side of the Brexit argument make of the Conservative leadership contest?

We asked three insiders, who watch events in Westminster closely, to analyse the leadership contenders' pledges and assess their viability.

 

Are they promising the undeliverable just to win over Conservative MPs and grass roots Tory members? Or does any one of them have a credible, deliverable plan?

:: Jean-Claude Piris is a top EU lawyer. For 23 years he was the director-general of the European Council's legal service.

Agata Gostynaka-Jakubowska is a Brussels-based senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform.

Philippe Lamberts is a member of the European Parliament. He sits on the Brexit Steering Group.

 

I began by asking them, broadly, what do they make of the campaign to become British Prime Minister so far?

Philippe Lamberts: "I see many people in denial of reality."

Agata Gostynaka-Jakubowska: "I think many of the contenders are actually delusional about what they can achieve. And I think the reality will come to bite them soon."

Jean-Claude Piris: "Sometimes you are obliged, in order to be elected, to make promises you know you are not going to implement so some of them are pushing a little bit too much. Because as you say in English they are promising unicorns - things which are completely unrealistic."

 

:: What about an eleventh hour backdown by the EU?

Philippe Lamberts: "What many people like Dominic Raab and others are ignoring is the calculus that the EU27 are making is that indeed a no-deal Brexit will be harmful but ruining the integrity of the Single Market would be even more harmful. So if you have to chose between two evils, you choose the lesser one."

Agata Gostynaka-Jakubowska: "Any contender who thinks that he or she will be able to bypass the EU institutions in those negotiations and negotiate bilaterally with key member states, I think he or she is wrong to think this."

What about a so-called World Trade Organisation (WTO) Brexit in which the UK leaves with no deal and then trades on WTO terms with the EU and the rest of the world?

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Jean-Claude Piris: "That means on 1 November, suddenly the UK will have no trade agreements with anybody in the world so it will be a unique country. And nowadays the UK benefits from the EU Single Market but also all the trade agreements concluded by the EU on behalf of the 28 members with a lot of countries in the world - Canada, Singapore, South Korea, Mexico, Japan and so on. ****

 

much more ...

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1 hour ago, aright said:

So is the loss of £1400 per citizen per annum on secession.

The equivalent of approx. 55440 Thai baht a year …. waw..! how generous from U.K. :cheesy:

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