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8 minutes ago, VBF said:

Better yet let's just leave NOW - the sooner the better!!!

That's what we voted for 3 years ago.

That´s what the rest of the EU member hopes since 3 years. But the Brits demand this and that and make it complicated. It would be so easy to say tomorrow: "Ok, bye, bye EU. We want nothing from you, so don´t annoy us." 

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10 minutes ago, CNXexpat said:

That´s what the rest of the EU member hopes since 3 years. But the Brits demand this and that and make it complicated. It would be so easy to say tomorrow: "Ok, bye, bye EU. We want nothing from you, so don´t annoy us." 

I'd go with that and along with it we tell the EU that we are NOT paying a ridiculous "Divorce Bill" and if they don't like it sue us....in the European Court which we no longer recognise!

The only "demands" are because the EU has these ridiculous terms to agree a so-called deal which looks like not happening anyway.

 

To the Brussels Muppets Bureaucrats I salute you................. (ask the French to explain 😋 )

 

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15 minutes ago, CNXexpat said:

That´s what the rest of the EU member hopes since 3 years. But the Brits demand this and that and make it complicated. It would be so easy to say tomorrow: "Ok, bye, bye EU. We want nothing from you, so don´t annoy us." 

 

 

We don’t want/need anything from you.

 

If you want to buy our goods - and we want to buy your goods - the markets will take care of it.

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1 hour ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

Great first post.

     Old, Newbee ?.   Probably banned,  as a previous forum preacher ...555

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, BritManToo said:

What about the Romans?

     

          The Romans civilised  Britain , introducing social stuctures,  discipline/ religion .

          Not forgetting their road systems, and civil engineering achievments .

          We are natural born , Europeans ,  including our Royal family .

 

            Gbp / 36 bht soon.   Thx Brexiteers treason ..

         

 

          

 

         

 

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8 hours ago, bannork said:

No problem, throw out Johnson at the beginning of September with a vote of no confidence, install a new PM within 14 days and revoke Article 50.

All BJ need do in such circumstances is to withdraw any resistance to the Tilbrook case (the PM is one of two respondents, the other being his Brexit sec. All that is needed is a consent order) , Furthermore are you seriously under estimating  the threat from Farage & his BxP?

 

 

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39 minutes ago, VBF said:

I'd go with that and along with it we tell the EU that we are NOT paying a ridiculous "Divorce Bill" and if they don't like it sue us....in the European Court which we no longer recognise!

The only "demands" are because the EU has these ridiculous terms to agree a so-called deal which looks like not happening anyway.

 

To the Brussels Muppets Bureaucrats I salute you................. (ask the French to explain 😋 )

 

1239430655_2fingers.jpg.65bd5d4475fdb0907a8e273187b7eee9.jpg

Do you know how where the number comes from and why it´s so high? 
https://qz.com/1134703/brexit-divorce-bill-explained-why-the-uk-needs-to-pay-the-eu-to-leave/

 

 

25 minutes ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

We don’t want/need anything from you.

 

If you want to buy our goods - and we want to buy your goods - the markets will take care of it.

So why aren´t you out? The problem is the UK parliament. It doesn´t want to leave with no deal, they want a deal - but has no idea which deal. The UK asked the EU to leave not in March, you forgot? Everybody in the EU is annoyed of the UK because they can´t make a decision. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/47739397

 

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/04/how-does-the-rest-of-the-world-currently-view-the-uk-brexit-boris-johnson

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1 minute ago, CNXexpat said:

Do you know how where the number comes from and why it´s so high? 
https://qz.com/1134703/brexit-divorce-bill-explained-why-the-uk-needs-to-pay-the-eu-to-leave/

 

 

So why aren´t you out? The problem is the UK parliament. It doesn´t want to leave with no deal, they want a deal - but has no idea which deal. The UK asked the EU to leave not in March, you forgot? Everybody in the EU is annoyed of the UK because they can´t make a decision. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/47739397

 

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/04/how-does-the-rest-of-the-world-currently-view-the-uk-brexit-boris-johnson

 

 

Don’t ask me why we are not out. We should be.

 

Parliament (as fragmented as it is) can make a decision.... it decided that deal was sh1t. That is the fault of Theresa May and the EU.

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3 minutes ago, CNXexpat said:

Do you know how where the number comes from and why it´s so high? 
https://qz.com/1134703/brexit-divorce-bill-explained-why-the-uk-needs-to-pay-the-eu-to-leave/

 

 

So why aren´t you out? The problem is the UK parliament. It doesn´t want to leave with no deal, they want a deal - but has no idea which deal. The UK asked the EU to leave not in March, you forgot? Everybody in the EU is annoyed of the UK because they can´t make a decision. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/47739397

 

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/04/how-does-the-rest-of-the-world-currently-view-the-uk-brexit-boris-johnson

Regarding that QZ.com article, the last para reads:

 

"Britain is estimated to have around €150 billion in assets that it purchased during its EU membership, including cash and property(paywall). On top of that, since the EU spends around €7 billion a year in Britain, so if these payments were deducted, it would reduce the final bill but a large amount."

 

That "large amount" might even be 100% - I do not know.

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16 minutes ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

Don’t ask me why we are not out. We should be.

 

Parliament (as fragmented as it is) can make a decision.... it decided that deal was sh1t. That is the fault of Theresa May and the EU.

It decided the deal is bad but also decided that they want to have a deal - but no idea which kind of deal. If the parliament would vote "no deal" they can leave tomorrow and they could be out since March or before. 

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