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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #61 on: 14 November 2018, 14:21:41 »

I suspect that in a decade when Mrs May is gone and has left this country as effectively a colony of the EU thanks to her efforts.  News will emerge that she has been living in a splendid Villa on the Riviera, Amalfi Coast, Algarve or somewhere equally glamorous on the continent.  :-X

.. with a massive pension from Brussels thanks to shuffling papers around there for a few years after her banishment from UK politics, naturally.
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #62 on: 14 November 2018, 14:48:36 »

I'm starting to understand her angle now. Smart lady.  :y
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #63 on: 14 November 2018, 17:21:44 »

This cabinet meeting is dragging on a bit. Either a few heads being banged together or a resignation letter being written.
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #64 on: 14 November 2018, 18:30:35 »

This cabinet meeting is dragging on a bit. Either a few heads being banged together or a resignation letter being written.

They may as well all agree with Theresa and keep their jobs knowing it will be defeated in parliament.
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #65 on: 14 November 2018, 19:02:12 »

In the restaurants and bars at the EU parliament today, Euro MP,s having been openly, laughing at and deriding the British MEP,s, and taking the piss about the way the UK has been stitched up.  >:(
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #66 on: 14 November 2018, 19:25:14 »

All in agreement then. Yeah..like fluck.
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #67 on: 14 November 2018, 21:40:18 »

She is a survivor, but when the commons kills her agreement its hard to see how she can cling on after that.  ???
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #68 on: 14 November 2018, 22:00:24 »

She is a survivor, but when the commons kills her agreement its hard to see how she can cling on after that.  ???
The way things are going, I wouldn't even bank on that. I'm either missing something or I'm stupid.
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #69 on: 14 November 2018, 23:02:09 »

In the restaurants and bars at the EU parliament today, Euro MP,s having been openly, laughing at and deriding the British MEP,s, and taking the piss about the way the UK has been stitched itself up.  >:(


Fixed that for you.
And of course they're laughing at us, that's what happens when somebody else oppss up on such a monumental scale.
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #70 on: 14 November 2018, 23:19:03 »

On what has come out so far staying in the EU is looking a better deal than Checkers. :o

Academic methinks.  The big question is if May has to go how can the 1922 committe put forward candidates for the party faithful ( including MigV6) to vote on? What do they choose Brexiteer or Remainer?  Split the party in two and hand the job to Corbyn....

As Rods2 says , get the popcorn in and sit back.
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #71 on: 15 November 2018, 00:08:20 »

In the restaurants and bars at the EU parliament today, Euro MP,s having been openly, laughing at and deriding the British MEP,s, and taking the piss about the way the UK has been stitched itself up.  >:(


Fixed that for you.
And of course they're laughing at us, that's what happens when somebody else oppss up on such a monumental scale.

And how exactly, did anyone imagine it would go any differently? Where we are arriving at has been the painfully obvious destination for some time. The EU could never allow us a deal that was better than being in. Otherwise the whole house of cards falls in on itself.

How anyone could argue that it's an institution of unelected self interested bureaucrats and simultaneously argue that we could bring sufficient political pressure to bear on them to get a "good deal" (definition unspecified) has been beyond me since the inglorious pig fuŁker put the question to the same group of people who gave us Boaty McBoatface.
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #72 on: 15 November 2018, 00:25:47 »

If our negotiators had dug their heels in a bit, then the EU giving us a bad deal would have hurt them just the same as it would hurt us.
As it stands, we have given in to their demands every step of the way, so they have everything they want without needing to compromise.
Olly Robins should be charged with treason.
Only course of action now is to accept she has wasted two years, install a Brexiteer as PM, and walk away. Deal with them under WTO terms and see who blinks first in asking for a trade deal.
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #73 on: 15 November 2018, 01:26:54 »

Olly Robins should be charged with treason.


He's more likely to get a peerage and all the trappings.  >:(
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Re: Brexit negotiations
« Reply #74 on: 15 November 2018, 08:09:52 »

If our negotiators had dug their heels in a bit, then the EU giving us a bad deal would have hurt them just the same as it would hurt us.
As it stands, we have given in to their demands every step of the way, so they have everything they want without needing to compromise.
Olly Robins should be charged with treason.
Only course of action now is to accept she has wasted two years, install a Brexiteer as PM, and walk away. Deal with them under WTO terms and see who blinks first in asking for a trade deal.
This was the only ever viable 'deal'... The EU never would/could have agreed to anything on the table.
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