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Old 12-01-2018, 13:38   #1576
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Re: Brexit discussion

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4th time. A quote is a quote! It is not hard. Crikey is it a slow day on here or what ?
No one is saying it isn't a quote.

We're saying the conclusions drawn from that quote are incorrect.
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Old 12-01-2018, 17:26   #1577
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Re: Brexit discussion

The pound is reaching it's highest level since Brexit after a story that Spain and Holland will team up to help ensure a soft-Brexit for Britain: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...ft-brexit-deal
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Old 13-01-2018, 10:41   #1578
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Re: Brexit discussion

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The pound is reaching it's highest level since Brexit after a story that Spain and Holland will team up to help ensure a soft-Brexit for Britain: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...ft-brexit-deal
Let's hope the UK Government is up for a soft Brexit too and can sort out the Gibraltar situation whose residents voted 96% to remain in the EU.
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Old 13-01-2018, 12:44   #1579
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No one is saying it isn't a quote.

We're saying the conclusions drawn from that quote are incorrect.
Yes. Thank God someone understood.
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Old 13-01-2018, 16:12   #1580
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No one is disputing the quote. Just that a quote means we have trade deals already sorted, it doesn't. The bills need to be created and passed in their respective parliaments.
Everybody knows that - the UK can't negotiate any trade deals while we're still in the UK. What can be done is certain 'exploratory' discussions.
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Old 13-01-2018, 19:21   #1581
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Re: Brexit discussion

In other news, the Goverment has implemented the EU payment service directive 2. This includes the abolition of credit card charges. Theresa Mays Twitter feed somehow didn’t mention This was an EU initiative - https://mobile.twitter.com/theresa_m...08358668038146
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Old 13-01-2018, 22:15   #1582
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In other news, the Goverment has implemented the EU payment service directive 2. This includes the abolition of credit card charges. Theresa Mays Twitter feed somehow didnít mention This was an EU initiative - https://mobile.twitter.com/theresa_m...08358668038146
Well there's a surprise ! Probably just an oversight. TM is a remainer at heart but has to keep the loons happy.

If it happens this Brexit is going to be so soft it might as well not have. It's still going to cost shedloads, which is the tragedy.
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Old 15-01-2018, 23:38   #1583
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Everybody knows that - the UK can't negotiate any trade deals while we're still in the UK. What can be done is certain 'exploratory' discussions.
If we're in the single market (as Iceland is) we can negotiate and sign deals with other countries. Sky News informed a Brexit Tory politician of this fact recently.
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When push came to shove the real red line - a little surprisingly - was the ability to negotiate, sign, and eventually implement different trade deals.
"What about Iceland?" I asked, highlighting the first Western nation to sign a free trade agreement with China.
"That sounds good," said the MP, before I pointed out that Iceland is a member of the European Economic Area and the European Free Trade Agreement - and therefore in the single market. Indeed so is Switzerland, which is in EFTA alone, but not the EEA. Norway is currently negotiating a deal with China too.
Instead in the week that further deliberations are to be had in the key cabinet Brexit subcommittee, the strategy is still more about what we do not want from the Brexit "end-state" than identifying what we actually want, or rather can get, in the negotiation.
On all sides in Parliament we are still in the middle of a rather pointless semantic dance.
On that issue of the single market it revolves around the word "in".
https://news.sky.com/story/sky-views...rexit-11208575
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Well there's a surprise ! Probably just an oversight. TM is a remainer at heart but has to keep the loons happy.

If it happens this Brexit is going to be so soft it might as well not have. It's still going to cost shedloads, which is the tragedy.
No it isnít and you have been told to stop using the term loons!
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Maybe Mr K is concerned what north american birds think about Brexit.

Just checking though - 'Loon' is bad but 'corrupt imbecile' is OK?
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Maybe Mr K is concerned what north american birds think about Brexit.

Just checking though - 'Loon' is bad but 'corrupt imbecile' is OK?
Corrupt imbecile has not been aimed at any members and if you donít mind, next time you have a team query, use the Private message facility.
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