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39 minutes ago, dimitriv said:

 

No, I am tired of the UK and their populism. 

 

In my home country they try not to broadcast television interviews with Trump, because most people will zapp away and continue looking at another channel. This costs money, it's a waste of money for television channels. Less viewers, less income from advertisements. 

 

Same happens now with Johnson. Most people put him on par with Trump. Simply disgusting.

 

Let them live on their island and trade with other countries.Let them live on their island and trade with other countries.Let them live on their island and trade with other countries.Let them live on their island and trade with other countries.Let them live on their island and trade with other countries.Let them live on their island and trade with other countries.Let them live on their island and trade with other countries.

39 minutes ago, dimitriv said:

 

No, I am tired of the UK and their populism. 

 

In my home country they try not to broadcast television interviews with Trump, because most people will zapp away and continue looking at another channel. This costs money, it's a waste of money for television channels. Less viewers, less income from advertisements. 

 

Same happens now with Johnson. Most people put him on par with Trump. Simply disgusting.

 

I would really prefer to block the UK completely. Nothing in, nothing out. Cancel all flights, forbid any financial transactions. Let them live on their island and trade with other countries.

 

 

 

Let them live on their island and trade with other countries.

 

 

 

 

YOU SAY: Let them live on their island and trade with other countries.

 

Sure. But isn't that just the agreed political aim in UK? To continue on foggy islands

while trading with any country that fancy, exchanging some satang for a ware a or two . .

 

 

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Why should the EU negotiate with an ex-member, that voted to leave ? They should let Britain stand outside in the cold for twenty or twenty-five years. Then maybe let them back in, if they ask nicely.

Hilarious so if  those 27  countries  all had an 3  trillion economy it should   be  81   trillion instead of the paltry 18.4  trillion

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1 hour ago, Loiner said:

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The EU's treaty made in bad faith carries nothing worthy of respect. 

Johnson has proven he signed the WA in bad faith, for sure.

 

In what way have the EU done so?

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On 10/17/2020 at 7:43 AM, BritManToo said:

We've had similar problems with the Dutch and Portuguese .......

Let's face it, they were never really our friends and the UK should never have entered into any deals with them. 

i read somewhere uk $ portugal has the longest alliance in the world

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1 minute ago, RayC said:

Access to the single market without agreeing to conditions regarding state aid and a mechanism to resolve disputes.

You mean the state aid conditions that the EU saw fit to conveniently ignore with Airbus!

 

The EU are not looking for agreement on conditions, they are insisting on control of the mechanisms and EUCJ jurisdiction. Not quite the same thing as you assert....

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On 10/17/2020 at 9:58 AM, Pedrogaz said:

Hang in Boris. Screw trade deals. Just make sure our fisheries are safe from marauding French, Spanish and Portuguese trawlers.

 

     Just make sure , the lower caste in the UK , on benefits / zero hours .

     Can still purchases  affordable  imported food , from the EU,,  Aldi and Lidl .

  

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38 minutes ago, Matzzon said:

If you are leaving the EU, just do that. If you wish a trade deal with the EU, then you will have to meet their demands. You wanted out, and now you have that result. Deal with it, and stop the whining. Go without a deal if you not want to meet the demands. Who do you think suffer most? UK or EU?

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16 minutes ago, JonnyF said:

Yes, we wont meet the demands so it's no deal hopefully. I said last year we should go no deal without the WA and I've been proved correct again. Signing the WA was a mistake, it was a trick by the EU to extract money on the promise of an FTA that they weren't really interested in signing. 

 

The EU are shysters. Liars. Conmen. I am delighted to be leaving their corrupt protectionist racket. Quite frankly, feckem.

Great! And the UK is always fair...... :cheesy::cheesy:

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