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Britain to become "second rate" in the world after Brexit - EU's Tusk

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19 hours ago, samran said:

I do expect hurried 'free' trade deals to be signed between the UK and Australia/NZ post brexit. In the UK governments desperation to get a 'win' on the board, the FTAs will be heavily lopsided, and not in the UK's favour. But such will be the quid pro quo when you want an FTA for PR purposes, rather than the normal ones negotiated over 5-10 years.

Exactly. This claim for "compensation" is the start of the negotiations and will be built into the agreement with the UK losing out ad infinitum.

Brexit means brexit, whatever the cost.

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10 hours ago, sandyf said:

The brexit mentality, a grapefruit is larger than an orange so it proves the point.

The oranges in Egypt are almost as big as grapefruit.

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On 11/14/2019 at 7:26 AM, colinneil said:

What Tusk and his cronies are worried about is the UK leaving will be the start of  other countries  leaving.

 

which countries do you think want to leave ? ; in other countries, " leavers " are a minority

now Albania and an other country  ( don't remember the name ) want to enter the EU 

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5 minutes ago, Aforek said:

which countries do you think want to leave ? ; in other countries, " leavers " are a minority

now Albania and an other country  ( don't remember the name ) want to enter the EU 

and good luck with that....and the other!

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25 minutes ago, Aforek said:

which countries do you think want to leave ? ; in other countries, " leavers " are a minority

now Albania and an other country  ( don't remember the name ) want to enter the EU 

None want to leave. They realise the benefits of being in the world's biggest trading bloc.

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39 minutes ago, sandyf said:

The brexiteers of course think they can strike better deals than the worlds biggest trading bloc.

When it all goes pear shaped they will be blaming the EU for allowing Trump to take over the NHS and everything else that makes the UK worse off.

For 6 months, assuredly.
Afterwards, they will tear each other apart.

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Why the Conservatives slogan of Get Brexit Done is such utter drivel.

The first 10 minutes is a bit slow then he gets going.

 

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1 hour ago, sandyf said:

The brexiteers of course think they can strike better deals than the worlds biggest trading bloc.

When it all goes pear shaped they will be blaming the EU for allowing Trump to take over the NHS and everything else that makes the UK worse off.

More far-out assumptions....Don't you ever get tired of writing that stuff...?  🥴

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20 minutes ago, bannork said:

Why the Conservatives slogan of Get Brexit Done is such utter drivel.

The first 10 minutes is a bit slow then he gets going.

 

Yeah he gets going...into the same old biased selective commentary to be expected from a funded mouth. And that shirt! 

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16 hours ago, transam said:

More far-out assumptions....Don't you ever get tired of writing that stuff...?  🥴

By the time you realise ISDS is not an assumption it will be too late.

EU-US trade deal fell apart because the EU rejected it. Boris is so desperate for the trade deals he will take it onboard, paving the way to all sort of problems.

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Oh and Europe has so many powerful countries like bankrupt Greece, almost bankrupt 

Italy, how is Spain and France really doing?  Oh yes Britain be very worried about Europe and

the EU.

Geezer

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