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Trump adviser Bolton: U.S. would enthusiastically support a UK choice for no-deal Brexit


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1 hour ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

I would take it, compared to where we are now.

 

Not the first time we have been there........................... and have you forgotten Tony Blair already?

And that's preferable?

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Just now, Chomper Higgot said:

The EU have been negotiating with the UK, it’s just the Tory Party can’t make up their minds what they want.

 

It was the ERG That scuppered the deal, not the EU.

 

 

The whole of the Labour party had nothing to do with not voting for the deal then, all the ERG fault. I wouldn't mind betting that many MPs in our parliament had wished they had voted for Mays surrender deal now.

The deal that May/Robbins were handed by the EU as we are all well aware failed 3 times to make it through parliament, meaning it was not a good deal for the UK, but was extremely desirable to the EU. 

Times have changed, Prime Ministers have changed, the only thing that hasn't changed is the intransigence of the EU.

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12 minutes ago, evadgib said:

The clue is in the title. 

 

John Bolton is the US National Security Advisor, he has no authority over trade negotiations, he does however need something from the UK, compliance to US sanctions and actions against Iran.

 

https://thehill.com/policy/international/europe/457034-bolton-to-press-uk-on-stronger-response-to-iran-huawei-report

 

Be assured, if the UK is foolish enough go through with a No-Deal Brexit and thereby place itself in desperate need of a trade deal from the US, the UK will find itself dancing to Bolton's tune. 

 

 

 

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38 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

The clue is in the title. 

 

John Bolton is the US National Security Advisor, he has no authority over trade negotiations, he does however need something from the UK, compliance to US sanctions and actions against Iran.

 

https://thehill.com/policy/international/europe/457034-bolton-to-press-uk-on-stronger-response-to-iran-huawei-report

 

Be assured, if the UK is foolish enough go through with a No-Deal Brexit and thereby place itself in desperate need of a trade deal from the US, the UK will find itself dancing to Bolton's tune. 

I nonetheless credited HMG's version with sufficient credibility to neuter any rhubarb 😉

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1 minute ago, evadgib said:

I nonetheless credit HMG's version with sufficient credibility to neutralize any rhubarb.

No amount of nonsense posted on the UK Government website gives Bolton any authority over US trade deals. 

 

The US Government have a whole department that deals with trade deals, it's not headed by Bolton. 

 

The UK Government is however headed by a habitual liar. 

 

Meanwhile Bolton's intentions to obtain UK support for US sanctions against Iran are widely reported. 

 

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4 hours ago, Joe Mcseismic said:

You do know that the "back-stop" was a British proposal, right?

It was a ruse dreamed up by Mrs May and O(i)lly Robins in order to scupper our chance of leaving at the first attempt. Under her leadership(!) it worked!

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12 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

No amount of nonsense posted on the UK Government website gives Bolton any authority over US trade deals. 

 

The US Government have a whole department that deals with trade deals, it's not headed by Bolton. 

 

The UK Government is however headed by a habitual liar. 

 

Meanwhile Bolton's intentions to obtain UK support for US sanctions against Iran are widely reported. 

 

By you it seems.

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5 hours ago, vogie said:

It would appear that the US of A are willing to sit down with us and discuss our future unlike the EU who are being totally belligerent and irresponsible as to the consequences of their actions. 

You mean you want to discuss your future with bolton the bomber?

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