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15 hours ago, OneMoreFarang said:

I think it's a good idea to wait until the legal text is analyzed, understood and signed by everybody. And that may take some time...

 

And if all that is done and if the UK parliament agreed then it's wonderful that the first part of the Brexit process is done. Then the second part, new agreements with the EU and with all those other countries around the world, can begin.

Enjoy the next couple of years and all those wonderful deals with everybody around the world. 😉 

 

That's what should have happened before we joined the EEC.

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15 hours ago, AlexRich said:

Thankfully, quite a few of them have had a stroke ... so the confirmatory referendum attached to Boris's deal will be fun.

Just in...new issue of the Morbid Report from our not so special but thankful correspondent....careful what you wish for.

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15 hours ago, stephenterry said:

We'll see, won't we. You can bet your bottom dollar that the rise in the pound was not solely to do with expectation or speculation, but insider knowledge had a hand in it. 

You think?

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1 minute ago, DannyCarlton said:

That's what did happen before we joined the EEC and, as a result, we became known as the poor man of Europe. Leave with no deal and we will quickly earn that title again.

From the man who ,i quote said"Corbyn has wised up" he is about as wise as Abbott is ,and our cat is wiser than her 

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Just now, nauseus said:

You think?

I used to work with UK money market dealers - as a compliance auditor. The 'grapevine contacts' was as active then as probably it is today - but today's market is one of getting  your oar in quickest using the latest technology, also.  

 

I would suggest that the HoC is a fountain of knowledge as to how situations are resolved and the likelihood of that happening well before the media gets their greasy paws on it. 

 

Bit like a poll, really. I would say, right now, that johnson has an outside chance of gaining approval of his deal - if he doesn't, expect an early GE, cos now the deal is in place, he ain't going to accept a second referendum.

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Ignore the DUP and you get May's deal with "lipstick". Pay off the DUP and hey presto the brexit saga continues as the brexit transition, 14 months with further extensions available.

At some point after this undefined transition expires people will come to realise that they did not choose the best deal on the table.

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13 hours ago, Opl said:

60 modified pages, 490 unmodified ?  

Basically, yes. I see a 64 page revision document.

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8 minutes ago, evadgib said:

That is without doubt the biggest baloney spouted by you lot since 2016 😂

please explain what is wrong with my statement?

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5 minutes ago, damascase said:

Cartoonist Bas van der Schot’s view in this morning’s Dutch De Volkskrant:

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If you pull a cat by it's tail do not be surprised by it's response...

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9 minutes ago, Basil B said:

If you pull a cat by it's tail do not be surprised by it's response...

From point of view as a European , i think ,i am sure this is the best deal possible ...,unless we would gamble longer to get revoke or remain...but i would not push our luck for that   .
And it gives the island of Ireland the chance to keep all as it is for now , and possible becomes one in future if wished .
But to get this done & voted in H.O.C  is another case.... 

 

short summary of the deal

Deal.pdf

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