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Kemedian Posted Today, 09:43am
 
D E A L !

QUOTE ( The EU)
Fair and balanced.

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Kemedian Posted Today, 08:03am
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 16th Oct 2019, 11:28pm) *
apologising

What are you on about?
JAGZ1876 Posted Y'day, 10:28pm
 
QUOTE (Kemedian @ 16th Oct 2019, 08:32pm) *
There are the many EU citizens who have chosen to leave the mainland and come over here to live/work, and all those who'll come after (if) Brexit happens, whose right to fair living standards the EU shares a responsibilty to maintain in any deal.


Absolute nonsence Kem, the EU don't need to do anything if the UK separates from the union, stop apologising for them.
JAGZ1876 Posted Y'day, 10:24pm
 
QUOTE (Kemedian @ 16th Oct 2019, 08:11pm) *
Step into the light and honour the special one, eh?

It's religion like, this movement of yours.

I'm not worthy. blush.gif


Well i'll certainly agree about you not being worthy. laugh.gif yes.gif
Kemedian Posted Y'day, 07:32pm
 
QUOTE (ashfield @ 16th Oct 2019, 06:00pm) *
I don't share your optimism. The EU negotiators have done what I would expect them to do and that is act for the best interests of the members states. They have no reason to make concessions for the UK, if it was another country wanting to leave we would be telling them to go and get stuffed.

There are the many EU citizens who have chosen to leave the mainland and come over here to live/work, and all those who'll come after (if) Brexit happens, whose right to fair living standards the EU shares a responsibilty to maintain in any deal.
Kemedian Posted Y'day, 07:11pm
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 16th Oct 2019, 07:53pm) *
forget trying to save your failed union and cross over to the sunny side of the street

Step into the light and honour the special one, eh?

It's religion like, this movement of yours.

I'm not worthy. blush.gif
JAGZ1876 Posted Y'day, 06:53pm
 
QUOTE (Kemedian @ 16th Oct 2019, 12:07pm) *
You've got your views, I've got mine. But we both agree there's no deal like Remain. Let me put a different proposition to you...

Let's say a deal is done today, in which the EU gains the upper hand; a more than feasible outcome. There are two sides in the negotiations, and what a good deal from the EU perspective looks like may be nothing like as bad for us as you have predicted.


Ever the optimist Kem, to borrow a line Carmella said to me last week "I admire your tenacity" although i think you're actually whistling in the dark, forget trying to save your failed union and cross over to the sunny side of the street, Carmella is actually packing her bag as we speak, so if she can do it..... laugh.gif
ashfield Posted Y'day, 05:00pm
 
QUOTE (Kemedian @ 16th Oct 2019, 12:07pm) *
You've got your views, I've got mine. But we both agree there's no deal like Remain. Let me put a different proposition to you...

Let's say a deal is done today, in which the EU gains the upper hand; a more than feasible outcome. There are two sides in the negotiations, and what a good deal from the EU perspective looks like may be nothing like as bad for us as you have predicted.

I'm optimistic, on those grounds, because I believe that the EU will not do what we Remainers view as a bad deal.


I don't share your optimism. The EU negotiators have done what I would expect them to do and that is act for the best interests of the members states. They have no reason to make concessions for the UK, if it was another country wanting to leave we would be telling them to go and get stuffed.

As for those "acting" on behalf of our current government, I've yet to be convinced that there is a serious attempt to get a deal going on. As far as I can see there is nothing new going on and any deal is probably doomed to fail in a HoC vote.
Kemedian Posted Y'day, 11:07am
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 12th Oct 2019, 07:55pm) *
The winners will be the right wing ruling elite who engineered this situation for their own benefit, the rest of us will be the losers, even those who voted Leave for what they thought was all the right reasons.

You've got your views, I've got mine. But we both agree there's no deal like Remain. Let me put a different proposition to you...

Let's say a deal is done today, in which the EU gains the upper hand; a more than feasible outcome. There are two sides in the negotiations, and what a good deal from the EU perspective looks like may be nothing like as bad for us as you have predicted.

I'm optimistic, on those grounds, because I believe that the EU will not do what we Remainers view as a bad deal.
carmella Posted 14th Oct 2019, 02:35pm
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