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52 minutes ago, Laughing Gravy said:

Why is a Dutch man so concerned about British politics. You keep telling us you can't wait for us to leave then tell us what a mistake it is. Hilarious. I would guess that 75% of remainers on these thread are not even from the UK.

I confirm that we come here as at the show.
In my country no one is interested in Brexit.

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7 hours ago, tomacht8 said:

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).

 

 

A great example of why we are leaving.

 

 

Your post is testament to 17.4 million voters.

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On 8/19/2019 at 2:39 PM, Kadilo said:

Sadly he can talk to all he wants. They will never collectively support him getting into No.10 under any circumstances. 

Their only hope is him agreeing to allow someone else of their choice to step forward which ain’t gonna happen as he’s putting all his eggs in this basket as the only way he could get into No.10. 

for a start off he need the full support of all his MP's and with he, Abbot, McDonald and McCluski all speaking for the Labour Party yet contradict each other.

 

Recall parliament for what? to pull down the government and replace it with a caretaker government with no direction?

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29 minutes ago, Basil B said:

for a start off he need the full support of all his MP's and with he, Abbot, McDonald and McCluski all speaking for the Labour Party yet contradict each other.

 

Recall parliament for what? to pull down the government and replace it with a caretaker government with no direction?

Any direct except over the cliff edge will do nicely.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Any direct except over the cliff edge will do nicely.

 

 

Brick wall anyone?

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18 minutes ago, nauseus said:

Brick wall anyone?

When you set off on a journey without a plan you  tend to wind up some place else than where you intended. 

 

And of course that's somebody else's fault. 

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3 hours ago, vogie said:

Whats the point of setting off with a plan when through an indecisive Labour Party it changes depending on the weather. Labour had a plan to leave the EU didn't they. Who's fault is that?

 

Don't ya just love 'em!

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3 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

When you set off on a journey without a plan you  tend to wind up some place else than where you intended. 

 

And of course that's somebody else's fault. 

Well, it seems that if this stand of the EU had been known in advance, planning would have been easy...and pointless. Brick wall is a brick wall, whatever anyone might have done bar conceding completely.

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Being a "half full glass' person rather than the 'half empty glass' people on contributing their views, which I respect, I thought a couple of reports today regarding contentious matters relating to this much debated subject, might just bring some re-assurance to both sides of the discussion.   Both are good news for the UK.

 

Reports.

 

Despite the concerns issued by those associated with Project Fear, it has been reported that the UK will sign a "trade continuity" deal with the Republic of Korea. There had been fears that the UK would be unable to sign any trade deal with leading countries around the world. But this agreement marks a huge development in the UK's post-Brexit future

The agreement with South Korea will allow businesses to keep trading freely until after the October 31 exit date.   The new free trade agreement allegedly replicates the parameters of the current EU-South Korea trade deal which was signed in 2011.

Recently appointed Trade Secretary, Liz Truss will apparently sign the deal with Korean Minister of Trade, Yoo Myung-hee in London.

In a statement, the Korean Minister insisted that signing the deal would remove the uncertainty of Brexit.

 

Ignore Project Fear! Customs expert confirms there ARE alternatives to Brexit backstop

Chair of Joint Customs Consultative Committee Peter MacSwiney confirmed that goods could be checked away from the Irish Border using technology. Mr MacSwiney noted that this would be a difficult process for some “micro-businesses” but noted that it could be done for other types of business. He told Sky News’ Kimberly Leonard: “Well, I guess there are alternatives to the backstop. 

Technology is available to track goods, to report goods, we have got systems of fiscal clearance away from the physical frontier.

“But it all hinges on the person moving the goods tells you they are doing that.

 

So folks, it's not all doom and gloom.   Just requires a positive attitude of mind!

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1 minute ago, neverceasetobeamazed said:

 

 

Being a "half full glass' person rather than the 'half empty glass' people on contributing their views, which I respect, I thought a couple of reports today regarding contentious matters relating to this much debated subject, might just bring some re-assurance to both sides of the discussion.   Both are good news for the UK.

 

Reports.

 

Despite the concerns issued by those associated with Project Fear, it has been reported that the UK will sign a "trade continuity" deal with the Republic of Korea. There had been fears that the UK would be unable to sign any trade deal with leading countries around the world. But this agreement marks a huge development in the UK's post-Brexit future

The agreement with South Korea will allow businesses to keep trading freely until after the October 31 exit date.   The new free trade agreement allegedly replicates the parameters of the current EU-South Korea trade deal which was signed in 2011.

Recently appointed Trade Secretary, Liz Truss will apparently sign the deal with Korean Minister of Trade, Yoo Myung-hee in London.

In a statement, the Korean Minister insisted that signing the deal would remove the uncertainty of Brexit.

 

Ignore Project Fear! Customs expert confirms there ARE alternatives to Brexit backstop

Chair of Joint Customs Consultative Committee Peter MacSwiney confirmed that goods could be checked away from the Irish Border using technology. Mr MacSwiney noted that this would be a difficult process for some “micro-businesses” but noted that it could be done for other types of business. He told Sky News’ Kimberly Leonard: “Well, I guess there are alternatives to the backstop. 

Technology is available to track goods, to report goods, we have got systems of fiscal clearance away from the physical frontier.

“But it all hinges on the person moving the goods tells you they are doing that.

 

So folks, it's not all doom and gloom.   Just requires a positive attitude of mind!

You might want to amend your post so it doesn't violate the 3 sentence rule. Basically, you're not allowed to quote more than 3 sentences from a source. A headline is allowed, too. And the link is necessary.

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