How do we think EU negotiations will go? (Vol 8)

How do we think EU negotiations will go? (Vol 8)

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Scrump

Original Poster:

7,482 posts

108 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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Things are hotting up. typemoantype
Vol.7 lasted only 4 weeks, see here:
https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&...

There is still plenty to discuss around borders banghead , backstops boxedin , and burning in hell furious
So no need for personal attacks shoot

PurpleMoonlight

18,369 posts

107 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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thumbup

anonymous-user

4 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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In before the lock.

Laurel Green

27,564 posts

182 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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Greg66 said:
In before the lock.
Is that locked in or out?

citizensm1th

5,610 posts

87 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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When can we have a nasa style countdown?

Robertj21a

7,649 posts

55 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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Despite everything, we still seem to be heading for a No Deal Brexit, even if only by default.

johnxjsc1985

15,948 posts

114 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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why is Tusk deliberately trying to ps off 17.4 million people , firstly condemning them to hell and now saying that nice Mr Corbyn has a good idea.

citizensm1th

5,610 posts

87 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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johnxjsc1985 said:
why is Tusk deliberately trying to ps off 17.4 million people , firstly condemning them to hell and now saying that nice Mr Corbyn has a good idea.
Stop lying

soupdragon1

2,209 posts

47 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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I've nothing to say right now, same as all those posters above me to be fair, who also had nothing to say, but decided to write some drivel just to become a member of volume 8. Shame on them - probably all Brexiteers no doubt wink

PurpleMoonlight

18,369 posts

107 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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johnxjsc1985 said:
why is Tusk deliberately trying to ps off 17.4 million people , firstly condemning them to hell and now saying that nice Mr Corbyn has a good idea.
He didn't condemn them to hell. He condemned the leave leaders.

A CU is a method of resolving the NI/Ireland border issue whether you like it or not.

steve_k

579 posts

155 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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PurpleMoonlight said:
He didn't condemn them to hell. He condemned the leave leaders.

A CU is a method of resolving the NI/Ireland border issue whether you like it or not.
The only ones demanding a border in Ireland are the EU, the border issue is their issue.

The EU need to sort out their border issue the UK and Ireland have said they won't be putting up a border.

It's an issue with the EU, it still will be if they won't move and the UK walk away with no deal, whether you like it or not it's their issue and they need to sort it out.



Vanden Saab

4,465 posts

24 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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citizensm1th said:
When can we have a nasa style countdown?
49 Days: 10 Hours : 22 Mins : 22 Secs and counting

anonymous-user

4 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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citizensm1th said:
When can we have a nasa style countdown?
You thinking Challenger? I'm thinking Challenger.

Tony427

2,329 posts

183 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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soupdragon1 said:
I've nothing to say right now, same as all those posters above me to be fair, who also had nothing to say, but decided to write some drivel just to become a member of volume 8. Shame on them - probably all Brexiteers no doubt wink
Ditto.

Ali2202

3,595 posts

154 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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Tony427 said:
soupdragon1 said:
I've nothing to say right now, same as all those posters above me to be fair, who also had nothing to say, but decided to write some drivel just to become a member of volume 8. Shame on them - probably all Brexiteers no doubt wink
Ditto.
Ditto on the drivel..

Terminator X

8,455 posts

154 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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Right at the last minute the EU will "see the light" and remove the backstop then HMG will vote through Mays Deal as is. Leaving with "no deal" was never possible imho given May is a remainer and so are a reasonable number of MP's even if their constituents are not!

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TX.

PurpleMoonlight

18,369 posts

107 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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Terminator X said:
Right at the last minute the EU will "see the light" and remove the backstop then HMG will vote through Mays Deal as is. Leaving with "no deal" was never possible imho given May is a remainer and so are a reasonable number of MP's even if their constituents are not!

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TX.
Can the necessary UK legislation be passed in the last minute?

Digger

11,303 posts

141 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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Dixy

1,715 posts

155 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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Is it time to start discussing how long it will take them to do a deal after April 1st and a WTO split.

oyster

9,585 posts

198 months

Friday 8th February 2019
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Terminator X said:
Right at the last minute the EU will "see the light" and remove the backstop then HMG will vote through Mays Deal as is. Leaving with "no deal" was never possible imho given May is a remainer and so are a reasonable number of MP's even if their constituents are not!

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TX.
I think at the last moment, the EU will offer us sweeteners to stay.
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