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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    ? Even with trade the plan is clear we've stated we would like a free trade deal, if no deal then WTO rules.
    You do know that WTO rules is just a phrase meaning tariffs, don't you? You keep chanting it as if you thought it was a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    You do know that WTO rules is just a phrase meaning tariffs, don't you? You keep chanting it as if you thought it was a good thing.
    Yawn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    FFS you are slowly becoming as tedious as simple Sybil the pleb. What specifically other than trade are you not aware of what the plan is? Even with trade the plan is clear we've stated we would like a free trade deal, if no deal then WTO rules.
    Did you ever read the Conservative Party manifesto?
    Agree a deep and special partnership with the EU

    As we leave the EU, we will no longer be members of the single market or customs union but we will seek a deep and special partnership including a comprehensive free trade agreement and customs agreement
    Sounds like we don't want a hard brexit with wto rules.

    There may be specific European programs in which we might want to partcipate and if so, it will be reasonable that we make a contibution. We will determine a fair settlement of the UK's rights and obligations as a departing member state in accordance with the law and spirit of the UK's coninuing partnership with the EU.
    Which EU programs? How much contribution for each one?
    Still not defined...eg settlement, Irish border and EU/UK citizen rights in UK/EU

    In short no blueprint to substantiate manifesto for which they were elected

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    Are you purposely being stupid asking questions like how much contribution before it's been negotiated?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    England strong culture and national pride is really incompatible with any union of any sorts
    The Commonwealth fellas will rally around Liz, just you watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Are you purposely being stupid asking questions like how much contribution before it's been negotiated?
    it's really a rhetorical question, nobody wants a DEAL anyhow

    a hard breakup is the only way to go, win-win for everyone, English people happy happy, Eurotards super happy happy to get rid of a major political liability

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Are you purposely being stupid asking questions like how much contribution before it's been negotiated?
    No I'm not being stupid. The Tory party is being deliberately vague and no-one can negotiate diddly-squat on such vague proposals. There has never been a plan, which is why the Hard Brexit plan is underway. If hard brexit is the only solution the tories can come up with they will be dumped. Is that plain enough for you.

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    The plan has always been hard Brexit as in leaving the single market / customs union. Who has ever stated otherwise? Just what type of trade relationship we will end up with no one knows as it hasn't been negotiated yet and your EU masters don't want to discuss it. I'm really struggling to see what you fail to understand. The plan is really quite simple and everyone seems aware of it other than You, negotiate a trade deal or revert to WTO rules which ever way it goes life will carry on so you and others who don't even reside in the UK don't need to lose any sleep worrying.
    Independence day - June 23 for Brits.

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    it seems that the UK wanted a deal, not the other way around

    that was the whole point of May being in charge of Brexit, after Cameron ran away like a little coward

    but you are right, there can't be any deal, and it's hard brexit

    of course big business and big banks don't like it, but fuck them, hard brexit it is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    of course big business and big banks don't like it, but fuck them, hard brexit it is
    What a poor troll you are. Big business is what keeps the EU going you clot. Without the banks, the Euro would be bust.

    Feeble pathetic troll by an amateur invertebrate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    The plan has always been hard Brexit as in leaving the single market / customs union.
    No it hasn't, it has been to leave the single market and customs union and negotiate a new single market and custom union, which you would not need to do with a hard brexit. Read the manifesto extract above.

    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Who has ever stated otherwise?
    Ummmm let me think about this....the Conservative fcuking party in their manifesto you dumbass!

    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    life will carry on so you and others who don't even reside in the UK don't need to lose any sleep worrying.
    UK citizens residing in the EU and their counterparts will be well and truly fcuked if there is a no deal. It'll be a small scale India/Pakistan divide as around 5 million people up sticks and return home without a job or home to go to. Can you even start to imagine the chaos that a no deal will bring? So it will affect me just as will affect you because I'll be squatting in your fooking garage if this happens.

    There has to be deal and PM May is going to have to cave in by Christmas in order to get a deal. At the moment she still thinks she can talk tough in the UK and say we are leaving the EU, whilst saying the opposite when she is in Europe. That shit has to stop. She needs to tell UK citizens that all scenarios involving Brexit are lose-lose ones and the best deal is to keep paying and staying in.

    Brexit is a fooking disaster that is costing the UK billions of and wasting hours and hours of government time.

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    Do you actually read your own post before hitting send? As I said the plan has always been to leave the single market / customs union. You say no it hasn't then it has. Both Cameron and Osborne do you remember them you know the pm and chancellor at the time of the vote both said quite clearly a vote to leave was a vote to leave the single market and customs union. Again you are becoming as tedious as simple Sybil.

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    Again everyone has stated all EU citizens currently residing in the UK will be allowed to remain and I believe your EU masters have said the same for Brits living in the EU so WTF is your issue there?

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    oh oh posts being deleted here,

    where is SeekingAss ? I miss his proses,

    too bad his best work was trash to the Dog House by some light head mod

    btw, what happened to the Dog House ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Do you actually read your own post before hitting send? As I said the plan has always been to leave the single market / customs union. You say no it hasn't then it has.
    I quoted the 2017 Conservative Manifesto, which says exactly that, we plan to leave whilst planning to stay in.

    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Again everyone has stated all EU citizens currently residing in the UK will be allowed to remain and I believe your EU masters have said the same for Brits living in the EU so WTF is your issue there?
    That is part of the negotiations at the moment not part of a Hard Brexit scenario. If you bothered to read the latest news you would have heard that PM May has said she cannot guarantee the rights of UK citizens living in the EU if there is hard Brexit.


    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Again you are becoming as tedious as simple Sybil.
    Just because Cyrille is opposed to Brexit doesn't make him simple or tedious. At least he cannot be accused of failing to keep up with the latest news.

    ....

    Wasn't it you that argued that a falling pound was good because of increased exports?

    Did you read the latest figures that show the UK failed to increase sales despite the drop? Looks like no good news has come of that falling pound you and your Brexieer friends felt so proud about.

    I see BAE Systems is getting rid of 2000 staff as well. That's our biggest defence manufacturer you raved about earlier in the year going further down the drain.

    PM May is going to cave in soon and bend over for her EU masters. She'll sell it to you and your mates as the EU backing down and agreeing to UK sense and you will be fooled by the bullshit, just like you were fooled by the Brexit bullshit in the first place.

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    May is a remoaner who clearly doesn't believe in Brexit, one can only presume she stood for PM to thwart Brexit as it took her 6 months to declare article 50 where as the spineless Cameron said he would declare it day after the vote. But as long as we leave on any terms and just get out then a future government who believes in Britain out of the EU can then get us out of any crap May is going to sign up to. With any luck though May will resign soon and the Tories will elect a Brexiteer as PM, Davies or Rees Mogg would do me.

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    I'm pretty sure the 2000 jobs BAE are getting rid of will have no problem finding future employment with the skills shortage in the UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    With any luck though May will resign soon and the Tories will elect a Brexiteer as PM, Davies or Rees Mogg would do me.
    we can only hope

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    ESMA is warning all UK banks and financial agencies to brace themselves for BREXSHIT

    and apparently the UK is facing mass resignation from EU agencies in the UK, making the whole affair more complex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    ESMA is warning all UK banks and financial agencies to brace themselves for BREXSHIT

    and apparently the UK is facing mass resignation from EU agencies in the UK, making the whole affair more complex
    Why are you such a simpleton?
    Once the UK is out of Europe there will be no need for EU quango agencies strangling British entrepreneurs, AND PREVENTING JOB GROWTH INTHE INTERNAL MARKET.
    Those EUnon jobs will be replaced with the functions that the EU cretins have vacated. It will be Brits working for the U.K. not worthless Europeans on huge money for being as obstructionist as possible.
    Trolling turd, and not a very good one.

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    well let's hope you are right

    but English people are lazy and don't want to work complex jobs, so what's your real options after BREXSHIT ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    well let's hope you are right

    but English people are lazy and don't want to work complex jobs, so what's your real options after BREXSHIT ?
    1. Sitting back laughing while you dumb fuckers jump through hoops trying to keep your pathetic euro (and Europe) afloat.

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    The Germans have a plan which this time is a certainty to succeed.

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    ^^ Interesting comment. Meanwhile on Planet Earth the pound is the currency that's looking pathetic at the moment.

    Service Industry is applying pressure to force the UK government away from a hard Brexit. PM May is being squeezed so much her eyes are gonna pop out!

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