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“But EU officials warn that negotiating a trade deal with Britain in less than 12 months will be very difficult, as normally such agreements take years.” Yep and what have these clowns been doing these past few years, playing tiddlywinks?

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6 hours ago, DrTuner said:

Yes, about the time the waffling ended. Now EU can get the rest of the financial services to Frankfurt and start moving whatever else they bought from UK back to the real continental Europe.

Very doubtful that is going to happen. Frankfurt hasn't got the capacity. The City will now be looking to Boris to make accommodation with EU re financial services now that Hard Brexit pushed aside.

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4 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

According to her calculations, Dianne Abbott says Labour won with a working majority of over 500

Of course not possible as the Brexit Party won over 100 MPs.

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3 hours ago, Laughing Gravy said:

Well finally. All those TV posters claiming the UK want to remain. I hope they fully understand now. Those Non Brits on here keeping telling the UK people whats good for them and the people want to remain in the EU. Clearly not.

 

Hopefully the champagne socialist called Labour will have a clear out and start from the bottom because if not they could lose voters for life if they haven't already.

 

So the EU members better start getting their money together as they will have a big hole to fill. Hopefully start paying for the privilege of fishing in British waters.

 

 

So Johnson's deal it will be. What happened to the only real brexit, a hard brexit?

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7 hours ago, Laughing Gravy said:

Well finally. All those TV posters claiming the UK want to remain. I hope they fully understand now. Those Non Brits on here keeping telling the UK people whats good for them and the people want to remain in the EU. Clearly not.

 

Hopefully the champagne socialist called Labour will have a clear out and start from the bottom because if not they could lose voters for life if they haven't already.

 

So the EU members better start getting their money together as they will have a big hole to fill. Hopefully start paying for the privilege of fishing in British waters.

 

 

Hope for a NEXIT now.....

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14 hours ago, webfact said:

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"(It is) a tall order to move on the future relationship in such a short time," one EU official said.

So time for the EU to get on with it and negotiate in good faith. 

No more hiding behind BRINO and the Merkel/May pact. No more Remainer UK Parliament to delay and disrupt a deal. No more closet Remain civil service subterfuge to hide the truth. 

Time for the pragmatists in the EU to accept you need it more than the UK now. 

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14 hours ago, trainman34014 said:

What people seem to ignore is that the EU needs a deal far more than the UK does. 

Let me guess, you conclude that based on balance of trade? 

 

14 hours ago, trainman34014 said:

Thousands of EU jobs rely on Exports to Britain, far more than British jobs rely on Europe.

Whether true or not, how does that support your theory? 
 

14 hours ago, trainman34014 said:

Too many statistics have been twisted to suit the Remainers views.

At least they don’t try to answer questions based on irrelevant data. 

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