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15 hours ago, shull said:

Ta Ta Tae Feck 

Looking forward to the 31st. 

I will contribute to a big bong for  Ben. 

 

 

Boris can bung his big ben bong up his bum!

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EU not willing to start talks on the Brexit Trade Agreement until the start of March giving the r27 countries time to decide on a unified position, this is possibly in response to our government's declared hope that they will be able to exploit divisions in the national interests of the separate countries.

June/July has repeatedly been mentioned as the deadline for a deal to be reached and give time for the details to be worked out and agreed by all parties involved if an extension to the UKs final exit is to be avoided - does anyone actually think that BJ & his compadres will be able to negotiate a good deal within this 4/5 month period? 

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EU not willing to start talks on the Brexit Trade Agreement until the start of March giving the r27 countries time to decide on a unified position, this is possibly in response to our government's declared hope that they will be able to exploit divisions in the national interests of the separate countries.
June/July has repeatedly been mentioned as the deadline for a deal to be reached and give time for the details to be worked out and agreed by all parties involved if an extension to the UKs final exit is to be avoided - does anyone actually think that BJ & his compadres will be able to negotiate a good deal within this 4/5 month period? 
Boris doesn't care if it is a good deal. He could come back with the worst deal possible and claim he was just acting on what the country voted for. Then he will (probably) start cutting people's rights etc. and make a fortune, along with his already loaded backers.

The sooner we're out of this the better, IMO.

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19 hours ago, Slartibartfast said:

1. Boris doesn't care if it is a good deal. He could come back with the worst deal possible and claim he was just acting on what the country voted for. Then he will (probably) start cutting people's rights etc. and make a fortune, along with his already loaded backers.

2. The sooner we're out of this the better, IMO.

1. You're almost certainly right about BJ, I've always said his long term goal is the money from the book deal, after dinner circuit & company directorships to be picked up after the current gig is up.

2.  I understand this is a loaded question  but do you really think leaving on schedule with a bad deal is a better option than a delay to get a better deal - BJ could always argue that the delay was a result of the WA being delayed by 10 months?

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1. You're almost certainly right about BJ, I've always said his long term goal is the money from the book deal, after dinner circuit & company directorships to be picked up after the current gig is up.
2.  I understand this is a loaded question  but do you really think leaving on schedule with a bad deal is a better option than a delay to get a better deal - BJ could always argue that the delay was a result of the WA being delayed by 10 months?
I meant Scotland out of the UK.

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2 minutes ago, Slartibartfast said:
12 minutes ago, Bud the Baker said:
1. You're almost certainly right about BJ, I've always said his long term goal is the money from the book deal, after dinner circuit & company directorships to be picked up after the current gig is up.
2.  I understand this is a loaded question  but do you really think leaving on schedule with a bad deal is a better option than a delay to get a better deal - BJ could always argue that the delay was a result of the WA being delayed by 10 months?

I meant Scotland out of the UK.

Fairy Nuff!

 The point I was trying to make, clumsily, is that BJ is untrustworthy e.g. only a week before ditching the DUP he was saying "no Conservative PM a deal that would involve part of the UK in a different Customs Union" - he's a loose cannon. 

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Fairy Nuff!
 The point I was trying to make, clumsily, is that BJ is untrustworthy e.g. only a week before ditching the DUP he was saying "no Conservative PM a deal that would involve part of the UK in a different Customs Union" - he's a loose cannon. 
He definitely is. He is obviously only in it for himself and his mates, but mainly himself.

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As an aside here was a quote from the Beeb's reporting of the issue with regards to NI

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All 18 Westminster MPs from Northern Ireland opposed the prime minister's Brexit deal last month.

Did I miss Sinn Fein reversing their position on boycotting Westminster?

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2 hours ago, TPAFKATS said:

So that's both the Scottish and Northern Irish Parliaments rejected the withdrawal deal by way of a formal vote.
Welsh Parliament hasn't voted yet

How's that union of equals working?

Very valid point. 

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