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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Numfuktwat, if the UK wants access to EU benefits then it has to agree the forum for arbitration of any disputes that may arise, and logically this is the fucking ECJ. The EU position is coherent and has been consistently the same; arbitration on trade and matters pertaining thereto must be before the ECJ and that protocol must be applied across the board, for all issues. The Brexit loons have objected stating they want an alternative protocol but as yet have failed to express their counter proposals in any text that might constitute a legal framework enforceable in law.

    That's the issue at stake you gormless oik.
    what would you expect from goal shifting hustler chavs like Pikoot

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    ^ well the UK is not negotiating using May and her EU lackeys anymore, if we were then we'd have rolled over for a tummy tickle by now. The lack of a UK proposal on EU entrenched red lines is because there can be no proposal in which the UK accepts them - not hard is it?

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    the poor chap seems a bit rattled. Does he realise he doesn't control the UK, its the very rhetoric which drove the UK out and is stirring anti EU sentiment across the block. Its too funny.


    Mr Barnier hit out at Boris Johnson’s negotiating team in an online news conference after the latest round of talks broke up at lunchtime yesterday.


    He said that the “clock was ticking” and urged the UK Government to extend the transition period if it was not prepared to shift on the outstanding issues.


    The UK cannot refuse to extend the position, and at the same time, slow down discussions on important areas.


    The UK cannot impose this short, brief timeline, and at the same time not budget to make progress on the topics that are of importance to the EU,” the EU chief Brexit negotiator said.


    Mr Barnier said that “progress this week was disappointing" in four areas, including the EU’s demand for a “level playing field” of regulations, unchanged fishing quotas and a continuing power for the European Court of Justice to intervene in trade disputes.


    "The UK did not wish to commit seriously on a number of fundamental points,” he said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    ^ well the UK is not negotiating using May and her EU lackeys anymore, if we were then we'd have rolled over for a tummy tickle by now. The lack of a UK proposal on EU entrenched red lines is because there can be no proposal in which the UK accepts them - not hard is it?
    you are assuming you have a choice and you are completely independent, but you aren't.

    We own you and must obey to our demands if you want to "simulate" your freedom

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    you will never leave the EU completely, only on paper

    you will still be chained to our regulations and would need to comply to them to survive,

    you are fucked in every holes, but you don't know it yet

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    ^ all this talk seems strangely familiar, the tone...mmm when did we hear that before?, wasn't it in the 1st half of the C20th? its all a bit like Sausages coming out as a low life gutter faggot once he gets riled.

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    Well done, Boris - keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    ^ all this talk seems strangely familiar, the tone...mmm when did we hear that before?, wasn't it in the 1st half of the C20th? its all a bit like Sausages coming out as a low life gutter faggot once he gets riled.
    why did you join the EU then? Germany has always been central to the construction of the EU

    you can only blame yourself for that situation fuckup, since you joined

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Well done, Boris - keep up the good work.
    he will do a 180 on Brexit extension, like he did with COVID-19

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    why did you join the EU then? Germany has always been central to the construction of the EU
    You silly little Belgian turd burglar, we joined the common market not the Orwellian monolith its turning itself into. I have no problem with Yermany, worked there for a few years and still have friends there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    odious faggot.
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    cum guzzler.
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    low life gutter faggot
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    turd burglar
    All this and uncredited quotes from the Daily Express too.

    Dear oh dear. What a repressed little right winger you are.

    And are you seriously putting up your days of ditch digging in Deutschland surrounded by your square bashing brit mates as a time of cultural appreciation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    You silly little Belgian turd burglar, we joined the common market not the Orwellian monolith its turning itself into. I have no problem with Yermany, worked there for a few years and still have friends there.
    the common market was the first stage, and you guys didn't quit when it was clear in the early 90s that the EU was looking for a full political integration, quite au contraire, you fully embraced it

    maybe you can blame Thatcher for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Dear oh dear. What a repressed little right winger you are.
    Zing..

    Here's the back end of Sausages pantomime horse, oh and look he's even parroting the old chelsea chutney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    you are fucked in every holes, but you don't know it yet
    and all the while, the US chamber of commerce is salivating.

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    Chlorinated chicken with sprayed on cheese-style cheez will be a feature on the dinner thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post

    we joined the common market not the Orwellian monolith its turning itself into.

    An interesting claim given that no member state is subordinate to the other and each has agreed to abide by the four freedoms, unfettered movement of labour, capital, services and people, in order to enjoy the unlimited scope afforded by a market of 500 million consumers within a rule of law that enshrines the sanctity of human rights and the equality of opportunity, an association of member states that celebrates democracy at every level of its incorporation, whether it be local, national or within their representation on behalf of the EU. But above all, each member state enjoys the privilege of delegating its authority to the association according to its needs and may at any time derogate from that delegation in order to re-assert its sovereignty in whatever national interest it chooses to pursue.

    You being an oik and not a little stupid will not understand these facts, not least because you are incapable of the cognitive ability.

    You quote Orwell as a metaphor, not out of any literary knowledge ( you have read none of his works ) but as a hackneyed cliche, the significance of which is as much a mystery to you as quantum mechanics, you oaf.

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    nice swim?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    and all the while, the US chamber of commerce is salivating.
    we will make sure to neuter the UK enough as not to make this mistake,

    we have them on a leash, don't worry

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    I can see a successful Brexit hinging on a UK vaccine for Covid-19 being made available by October. Pull your socks up lads and get that sorted...

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    You mean developed in the UK and produced in Germany, Belgium & France?

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    The Anglo-American nexus is overcooked, the degree of trade increase has already been discounted as piffling and will not come close to outweighing the expected 6% reduction to GDP from Brexit over the next decade.

    Britain has little to offer the yanks except as a possible dump for surplus products and another market for its medico-insurance industrial combine.

    Britain is now off the world stage, sidelined by its parochial insignificance.

    Frankly, it is no longer worth the candle and I would hope Barnier et al will simply wrap things up sooner than later, raise the tariff barriers, impose full customs and immigration controls and treat the UK as just another WTO coon state. The UK's stance is embarrassingly third world in its puerility and its negotiating team should be dismissed for what it truly is, no more than a redundant appendage of little consequence, a mere approximation of the wind expelled by a flatulent BoJo.

    The truth is, we have been denied the wonderful tragic end to a clown's life, BoJo has survived and all is now little more than a tedious anti-climax to a cod opera of buffoonery.

    Brexit is a bore, broken down Brexit Britain is a bore, its preoccupation with "The War" is a bore, its "a la recherché du temp perdu" is a bore , a PM as a jingoistic old fat blowhard is a bore, a government of the witless, the inept, and the merely craven is a bore, the Tory inspired COVID death count is a bore, it's all a bore.

    The next four years will be like a bloody wake which has run out of booze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    the expected 6% reduction to GDP from Brexit over the next decade.
    If the current approach of lockdown to contain Covid-19 is continued for another couple of months then these reductions will pale into insignificance...

    Brexit has masses of breathing space now and it is impossible to determine any economic effects in comparison to the coronavirus.

    To be on a pension and watch this unfold is possibly the best position to be in right now.

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    maybe COVID-19 will save the UK from Brexit after all,

    remember how you were about to join the IMF for financial rescue and the EU then saved you from the humiliation to go ahead with that plan

    maybe COVID-19 will be the excuse to "suspend" Brexit for the next 10 years for health reasons

    told you guys you were never going to leave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Brexit is a bore, broken down Brexit Britain is a bore,
    yep, you seem really bored talking about both subjects, but no, its paragraphs of Mills&Boonesque prose daily to support your disinterest. So when you are in bed with ChaiDee of an night do you discuss which sainted shore you will alight on and make your forever home.. maybe tomorrow, maybe the next day .....

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    Barnier insists that any area of disagreement will go before the ECJ for arbitration. Yet the ECJ is just one of many broken and biased institutions, from which the UK wishes to withdraw.
    An eminently sensible bargaining position for the EU to insist upon.
    Time for the EU and Barnier to realise that the bus is leaving, with, or without them and their self aggrandizing institutions.

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