Article 50/Brexit Negotiations

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by blueinsa, 15 Mar 2017.

  1. BlueS

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    Nicola Sturgeon said move to Scotland, but i'm ripe for buckfast jihaddy.

    It's unclear, can big issue sellers come too?
     
  2. Vic

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    Nowt will happen for months. First we need the talks about talks. Have we got any negotiators yet?
     
  3. smudgedj

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  4. Vic

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    Wrong thread. This is not the Trump liar thread. For "in many respects" read "in no respect".
     
  5. Vic

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    What on earth is that about? We're leaving and you approve but already you're complaining about what that means! You voted for it. I think "suck it up" is the standard taunt.

    Unless you didn't think we'd end up with hard brexit by voting leave....
     
  6. smudgedj

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    PMSL Text is so hard to parse eh.
     
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    Yeah we have Boris and Davies..............oh shit...............
     
  9. cibaman

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    I think you might have to wait a few months first.
     
  10. Len Rum

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    This weeks topical Brexit quiz folks. Who said this?
    "We export more to Ireland than we do to China,almost twice as much to Belgium than we do to India,nearly three times as much to Sweden as we do to Brazil. It is not realistic to think we could just replace European trade with these new markets.
    In a stand off between Britain and the EU, 44 per cent of our exports is more important to us than eight per cent of the EU exports is to them.
    Remaining inside the EU does make us more secure, it does make us more prosperous and it does make us more influential beyond our shores.
    I believe it is clearly in our national interest to remain a member of the European Union."
    Was it:
    A. Teresa May
    B. Theresa May
     

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