Brexit News & Discussion v6: Britain and E.U agreed on Brexit deal, trade talks to begin soon. | Page 37

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  1. deise69 Brown Belt

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    Old Nidge is throwing a wobbly atm. LOL

     
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    It's funny how he still pretends he doesn't understand what the payment is for.
    That's something I have found a lot of UK politicians doing. The once still talking about all sorts of free trade deal without free movement etc.
    They still pretend they don't understand what will happen.

    I mean say about the EU what you want. At least they don't pretend not to understand an issue.
    They just ignore it.
     
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  3. deise69 Brown Belt

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    Just watch the full show, he's still deluded.



    That's the first of the issues sorted, now the UK just need to sort out citizens rights and the border in the next 6 days or no trades talks.
     
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    Yea I remember you saying as much, or at least someone did I assume you.
     
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  5. JDragon War Room Patriot

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    http://uk.businessinsider.com/uk-de...-avoid-post-brexit-hard-border-report-2017-11
     
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  7. Arkain2K Si vis pacem, para bellum

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    Brexit Cost Rises as Britain Retreats on Divorce Demands
    By STEPHEN CASTLE | NOV. 29, 2017

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    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/29/world/europe/brexit-divorce-demands.html
     
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  9. snakedafunky Black Belt

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    Yeah, I am starting to think the UK will not actually leave. It just appears to be too complicated to do within a two year period.
    Two options the UK gets put in a very damaging position. Or they are going to make some kind of deal where they basically have to still obey 80% EU rules but have no say anymore.

    I don't think I have ever witnessed such a self-inflicted political wound like Cameron calling for the Brexit vote.
    I mean whatever is going to happen all outcomes are going to be bad. Leaving with or without a deal is bad.
    And not leaving would be wrong as well because a considerable % of the British public would rightfully felt betrayed.
    Talk about a lose/lose situation for everyone involved including the EU. It's not like they are completely innocent.
     
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    Cameron didnt think people were stupid enough to actually vote leave
     
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    If only there were a large group of people who said Brexit was a pipe dream without a good ending.
     
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  12. Arkain2K Si vis pacem, para bellum

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    Effectively this means the border is moved to the Irish Sea.

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  15. snakedafunky Black Belt

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    I don't really understand what "regulatory divergence" means?
    Like different parts of Britain, in this case, Northern Irland will still be part of the EU single market?
    But the rest of the UK arent? How is that going to work? That would put Northern Ireland outside the UK and EU to some degree?
    Also, wouldnt that open the way for other regions to ask for the same?
     
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  16. Rational Poster Ascended Super Liberal

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    Well, that's because he is one of the most arrogant cunts in history.
     
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    Yes.

     
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  18. deise69 Brown Belt

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    It means NI will keep the same regulations as Ireland, so its effectively staying in the EU.
    Yes.
    Covered under the GFA.
    Yes.
     
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  19. snakedafunky Black Belt

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    Thanks, so in other words England just sold out NI.
    If you assume Brexit is a good thing.
     
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    In other words the people of NI who voted for the GFA referendum (71%) get what they wanted, no border on the island of Ireland.

    I've always maintained that Brexit was a self inflicted disaster in the making, once the GFA is protected I don't really care what Britain does now.
     
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