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Brexit negotiations
« on: 13 November 2018, 16:40:11 »

It looks as though something might be on the table. I hope so, I really do. But, no doubt, every Tom, Dick and Harry in the house will want their tuppence worth.
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #1 on: 13 November 2018, 16:43:38 »

So, if it gets nodded through by the cabinet, the house of commons, doesn't upset the DUP and doesn't get vetoed by any EU member states, we're sorted? :y
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #2 on: 13 November 2018, 16:45:26 »

So, if it gets nodded through by the cabinet, the house of commons, doesn't upset the DUP and doesn't get vetoed by any EU member states, we're sorted? :y

The way this fiasco has panned out , don't hold your breath.😁
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #3 on: 13 November 2018, 16:49:37 »

Its a shambles. Get rid of Mayhem and put someone in charge who has a clue what they are doing.
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #4 on: 13 November 2018, 16:50:48 »

So, if it gets nodded through by the cabinet, the house of commons, doesn't upset the DUP and doesn't get vetoed by any EU member states, we're sorted? :y

........with a deal that nobody is very excited about, and not the 'brave new world' we were promised. :-X
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #5 on: 13 November 2018, 16:54:20 »

Its a shambles. Get rid of Mayhem and put someone in charge who has a clue what they are doing.

Do you mean JRM?

A bit of white powder for his face and he is ideally placed to play a 'Dickensian ghoul' over the Christmas period. :y
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #6 on: 13 November 2018, 16:58:09 »

So, if it gets nodded through by the cabinet, the house of commons, doesn't upset the DUP and doesn't get vetoed by any EU member states, we're sorted? :y

........with a deal that nobody is very excited about, and not the 'brave new world' we were promised. :-X
To be honest, Opti, I'm sick of the whole thing. Only idealists and idiots would think that we were going to get true isolation, surely? The countries of the world are linked together in so many ways, the only way we could truly stand alone is to go back to the Stone Age.

It would be sad if we had to sacrifice Northern Ireland but, hey ho, if that's the price. Been nice knowing you, Albs.  ;D
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #7 on: 13 November 2018, 16:59:44 »

Now....Wales and Scotland are a bit of a financial drain too.......hmmmmmm. :-\
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #8 on: 13 November 2018, 17:03:50 »

So, if it gets nodded through by the cabinet, the house of commons, doesn't upset the DUP and doesn't get vetoed by any EU member states, we're sorted? :y

........with a deal that nobody is very excited about, and not the 'brave new world' we were promised. :-X
To be honest, Opti, I'm sick of the whole thing. Only idealists and idiots would think that we were going to get true isolation, surely? The countries of the world are linked together in so many ways, the only way we could truly stand alone is to go back to the Stone Age.

It would be sad if we had to sacrifice Northern Ireland but, hey ho, if that's the price. Been nice knowing you, Albs.  ;D

I think you are largely correct.......

So the reason we are paying 39 billion to leave the EU is what, exactly? ::)
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #9 on: 13 November 2018, 17:08:21 »

So, if it gets nodded through by the cabinet, the house of commons, doesn't upset the DUP and doesn't get vetoed by any EU member states, we're sorted? :y

........with a deal that nobody is very excited about, and not the 'brave new world' we were promised. :-X
To be honest, Opti, I'm sick of the whole thing. Only idealists and idiots would think that we were going to get true isolation, surely? The countries of the world are linked together in so many ways, the only way we could truly stand alone is to go back to the Stone Age.

It would be sad if we had to sacrifice Northern Ireland but, hey ho, if that's the price. Been nice knowing you, Albs.  ;D

He'll be fine. Rumour has it Mrs Albitz is buying him a 'I LOVE SEBASTIAN VETTEL T-shirt for Christmas. That'll cheer him up. :y
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #10 on: 13 November 2018, 17:13:28 »

I suspect that our nice shiny new blue passports will have EU Subject written in them instead of British Citizen::)

Still that should please all those nice remainer types.  :y
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #11 on: 13 November 2018, 17:19:39 »

Its a shambles. Get rid of Mayhem and put someone in charge who has a clue what they are doing.


Any suggestions?
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #12 on: 13 November 2018, 17:22:39 »

I suspect that our nice shiny new blue passports will have EU Subject written in them instead of British Citizen::)

Still that should please all those nice remainer types.  :y
It won't please anyone, Tigger, but it never could. It had the potential to please one group of fanatics or another, but I think that would have led to years of recriminations.
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #13 on: 13 November 2018, 17:26:53 »

So the reason we are paying 39 billion to leave the EU is what, exactly? ::)

I suspect because some of our provinces, particularly the taffs and the sweatys have had recent, significant EU grants, and that needs paying back.
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #14 on: 13 November 2018, 17:31:33 »

So the reason we are paying 39 billion to leave the EU is what, exactly? ::)

I suspect because some of our provinces, particularly the taffs and the sweatys have had recent, significant EU grants, and that needs paying back.
Pension contributions, projects already started or funding promised..........etc.
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