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22 hours ago, 3NUMBAS said:

down with the 4th reich we want freedom from their interference on oct31

Just a 10 weeks and we finally are released from the British, who still think they can control with a 67 mln the total EU with over 450 mln inhabitants. The time fo the British Raj is over.

The exchange rate of the GBP went down again... 

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9 hours ago, Victornoir said:

You cling to this idea like a louse on the head of a tramp.
The choices of the voters are not fixed. They evolve with time, new information and situations. You can not refuse it.

The choises were: Remain (48,11%) or... Leave ( 51,88%) , but nothing about… which form, consequences etc.

I can imagine, the British public finally wants to know, WHICH.. "Leave" = second referendum which...

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8 hours ago, vogie said:

I think it is you that seems to be confused, you cannot keep voting ad infinitum untill you get the vote that suits you, it would make, and indeed is making the whole point of voting a complete farce, you would turn a democratic country into a dictatorship by your described reasoning.

Sure you can, in about 20 years time maybe we should have another referendum on joining the EU....

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2 hours ago, puipuitom said:

The choises were: Remain (48,11%) or... Leave ( 51,88%) , but nothing about… which form, consequences etc.

I can imagine, the British public finally wants to know, WHICH.. "Leave" = second referendum which...

 

I assure you, you know Sweet FA about us British, just like the little Corporal in WWII

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2 hours ago, puipuitom said:

The choises were: Remain (48,11%) or... Leave ( 51,88%) , but nothing about… which form, consequences etc.

I can imagine, the British public finally wants to know, WHICH.. "Leave" = second referendum which...

 

 

I can assure you that they don't.

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, ukrules said:

Sure you can, in about 20 years time maybe we should have another referendum on joining the EU....

The Single Kingdom of England & Wales will:

1) Pay the default of 2019 leave = GBP 39 Bn + interests

2) Accept Schengen, €uro and right lane traffic

3) Valid for the coming 199 years

4) Only when 2/3 of all British voters agree

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2 minutes ago, puipuitom said:

The Single Kingdom of England & Wales will:

1) Pay the default of 2019 leave = GBP 39 Bn + interests

2) Accept Schengen, €uro and right lane traffic

3) Valid for the coming 199 years

4) Only when 2/3 of all British voters agree

 

 

Have you been at the Advocaat ?

 

 

Digest this with your nightcap..

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/mar/24/the-europe-union-has-bigger-problems-to-deal-with-than-brexit

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

Have you been at the Advocaat ?

 

 

Digest this with your nightcap..

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/mar/24/the-europe-union-has-bigger-problems-to-deal-with-than-brexit

 

 

Of course there will also be problems for the EU.
But independence from the undemocratic UK dictatorship is worth it (to express it in Brexit terminology).

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2 minutes ago, tomacht8 said:

Of course there will also be problems for the EU.
But independence from the undemocratic UK dictatorship is worth it (to express it in Brexit terminology).

 

 

On one thing we agree.

 

A divorce made in heaven.

 

How you in the EU can call the UK undemocratic shows why we should never have allowed ourselves to join the EU........ Peter Shore was right.

 

 

Just get your masters to get a deal offered, that the UK parliament can rubber stamp, and we can all get on with our lives - everybody happy.

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8 minutes ago, Jip99 said:

a) Better Dutch Advocaat than British lukewarm beer

b) Donot worry about my night cap.

c) In the EU, we have time to worry about other items too. The UK is fixed to brexit only. 

But.. the financial institututions have more confidence in the Euro-Economy than in the British seen the foreign exchange rate. 3 May 2019: € 1,17, today : € 1,095. I would need a real NIGHTCAP if that was my case... 

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1 minute ago, Jip99 said:

Just get your masters to get a deal offered, that the UK parliament can rubber stamp, and we can all get on with our lives - everybody happy.

The time the British could command any other country lies a LONG time behind us.

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56 minutes ago, Lokie said:

I assure you, you know Sweet FA about us British, just like the little Corporal in WWII

Pity the British and French did not listen to a British economic advisor then in the beginning of the 1920's ,.... John Milton Keynes. 

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2 minutes ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

On one thing we agree.

 

A divorce made in heaven.

 

How you in the EU can call the UK undemocratic shows why we should never have allowed ourselves to join the EU........ Peter Shore was right.

 

 

Just get your masters to get a deal offered, that the UK parliament can rubber stamp, and we can all get on with our lives - everybody happy.

No.

It is enough now.
No more about how UK politicians are trying to profile themselves at the expense of the EU.

The UK is no longer an EU asset.
On the contrary.
A no longer sustainable burden for all.

The EU should stop all negotiations immediately, unless the formerly clear UK operation exists to pay its existing debt (39 billion).

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No.
It is enough now.
No more about how UK politicians are trying to profile themselves at the expense of the EU.
The UK is no longer an EU asset.
On the contrary.
A no longer sustainable burden for all.
The EU should stop all negotiations immediately, unless the formerly clear UK operation exists to pay its existing debt (39 billion).


An asset? That says it all. The EU will have killed the goose that laid the golden eggs. The goose will rise as a Phoenix.

The new bird owes the EU nowt. No need for any negotiations about your imaginary debt.
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