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A democratically elected United Kindom Prime Minister,has been brought to her knees by a bunch of non- elected EU Bureaucrats. They say the next, and subsequent negotiations, will be even harder. No agreements have been finalized and it could still end up with a walk away. It's not over till it's over.
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A democratically elected United Kindom Prime Minister,has been brought to her knees by a bunch of non- elected EU Bureaucrats. They say the next, and subsequent negotiations, will be even harder. No agreements have been finalized and it could still end up with a walk away. It's not over till it's over.
Huh ??!!
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Old 09-12-2017, 07:26 AM
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The only agreement is to go forward to the next round of talks and that is subject to approval by the 27 other states.

As far as the Irish Border and the rest of the “sticking points”are concerned, “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed"
GB could still turn the tables and walk away. Too many un-achievable demands could result in this.
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A democratically elected United Kindom Prime Minister,has been brought to her knees by a bunch of non- elected EU Bureaucrats. They say the next, and subsequent negotiations, will be even harder. No agreements have been finalized and it could still end up with a walk away. It's not over till it's over.
I take it that you are not happy with the agreement Jembo .Why not ?
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The worst thing that could happen for everyone concerned would be a GE with the inevitable consequences of a further delay in an EU deal The pound would tank and and confidence in the British economy would erode further . Some of the establishment in the UK seem to want to go down that route by the looks of things . Farage , Rees Mogg , B J , IDS all seem to want anarchy .
Indeed.... and yes there's some kamikaze merchants out there hell-bent on chaos....IDS is a disgruntled has been loser.
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Old 09-12-2017, 08:33 PM
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I take it that you are not happy with the agreement Jembo .Why not ?
Me......unhappy?.....certainly not Bo. Brexit will never effect me as I have had my working like. Enough money in the bank to see me through old age and the rest. I simply join in the conversation and say what I see.
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A democratically elected United Kindom Prime Minister,has been brought to her knees by a bunch of non- elected EU Bureaucrats. They say the next, and subsequent negotiations, will be even harder. No agreements have been finalized and it could still end up with a walk away. It's not over till it's over.
jembo; Do you mean brought to her knees as " A la Monica Lewinskey" lol
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jembo; Do you mean brought to her knees as " A la Monica Lewinskey" lol
More like vultures on the fence,Ed. Mind you I noticed that Arlene Foster caved in very quickly. She in now talking about “the national interest” instead of playing “party politics” seems like someone had a word in her ear!
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More like vultures on the fence,Ed. Mind you I noticed that Arlene Foster caved in very quickly. She in now talking about “the national interest” instead of playing “party politics” seems like someone had a word in her ear!
The two are intertwined as far as the DUP are concerned .
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More like vultures on the fence,Ed. Mind you I noticed that Arlene Foster caved in very quickly. She in now talking about “the national interest” instead of playing “party politics” seems like someone had a word in her ear!
Maybe it was Martin McGuinness. Jazizz she's a homely looking,who'd make a man want to become a priest.

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