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1 hour ago, Ani said:

Mounts said ? I think 99% of the people on here said there would be a deal. The question is ‘any deal’ or a ‘good deal’. 

Bolty won't care either way, he just wants to say "we won, you lost" even though it's not really got anything to do with him.

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We all know a deal is coming 

But it’s all about the details.

Look at the Canada deal. Exactly the same as the eu deal. So no worse, no better - just erm, the same.

It no good saying “we got a deal” then finding out it’s worse than what we had before, which many suspect it will be.

Peace in our time.

I have a fax in my pocket.

 

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42 minutes ago, Escobarp said:

I’m sure we were told by our resident political expert that we had gone no deal as he predicted. Strange 

Tomorrow is monday. What will happen is irrelevant. I’m just saying, it’ll be a Monday.

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38 minutes ago, Escobarp said:

I’m sure we were told by our resident political expert that we had gone no deal as he predicted. Strange 

If you could point us to the post you mean or even give the posters name it might help. There are a lot of experts on here as you know. 😚😁👍

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40 minutes ago, Spider said:

We all know a deal is coming 

But it’s all about the details.

Look at the Canada deal. Exactly the same as the eu deal. So no worse, no better - just erm, the same.

It no good saying “we got a deal” then finding out it’s worse than what we had before, which many suspect it will be.

Peace in our time.

I have a fax in my pocket.

 

The fact is that any deal will be deemed a good deal as people will say it is our deal and paves the way for so much more. Equally others will say any deal is a bad deal, the irony is that will unite Remainers and Farage ! 
 

Maybe people could define elements of a good deal beforehand ? Will be difficult as there is so much involved. 
 

So what does a good deal look like in terms of the Irish border ? I ask because I have no idea what that will work. What are people hoping for ? 

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We’re 5 weeks away and the only information being put out by the government to businesses is “be prepared, get ready now”

Trouble is, they don’t actually say what we need to be ready for.

Its so unlike this lot to give out murky, loose messaging.

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34 minutes ago, Ani said:

If you could point us to the post you mean or even give the posters name it might help. There are a lot of experts on here as you know. 😚😁👍

You know exactly who I mean 🙄

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1 minute ago, Escobarp said:

You know exactly who I mean 🙄

I presume you're treading Caerphilly and don't want to name him, even though he probably won't give Edam.

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Just now, Sweep said:

I presume you're treading Caerphilly and don't want to name him, even though he probably won't give Edam.

Was nt he sticking a banana up his arse. Genuinely can not remember if we did or did not do a deal by a certain date. 

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1 hour ago, Spider said:

We’re 5 weeks away and the only information being put out by the government to businesses is “be prepared, get ready now”

Trouble is, they don’t actually say what we need to be ready for.

Its so unlike this lot to give out murky, loose messaging.

dont they use the excuse for their shit efforts with covid that they didnt know what they were dealing with and had no time to prepare?

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4 minutes ago, Casino said:

dont they use the excuse for their shit efforts with covid that they didnt know what they were dealing with and had no time to prepare?

As mentioned previously a very good and valid reason to delay the process. 
 

As well as trade need the details on things like financial servicing passporting, Irish borders and critically at the moment pharmaceutical testing. The things people have been asking about for nearly 3 years. 

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55 minutes ago, Ani said:

As mentioned previously a very good and valid reason to delay the process. 
 

As well as trade need the details on things like financial servicing passporting, Irish borders and critically at the moment pharmaceutical testing. The things people have been asking about for nearly 3 years. 

You can’t negotiate sensibly with the eu while delaying the process, surely even remainers agree with that, any delay also gives more uncertainty, get it done now and let’s get on with our lives. 

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15 minutes ago, Mounts Kipper said:

You can’t negotiate sensibly with the eu while delaying the process, surely even remainers agree with that, any delay also gives more uncertainty, get it done now and let’s get on with our lives. 

The deal

Tell is what is acceptable and what isnt

You’ve had 4 years to think it through as you knew all along it would happen, so as Bolty says, the visionary should enlighten us. 😁

What would be an unacceptable betrayal and what would justify us leaving?

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1 hour ago, boltondiver said:

I guess we’ll get a deal done, but nowt wrong with WTO.

I would love to live in your world of optimism.

Anyhoo, no one on the vote leave side said we would leave on WTO rules anyway. In fact, some said we would stay in the single market.

So a deal of some sort it has to be otherwise Bojo and Gove should be drowned in the Thames by her Maj.

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26 minutes ago, Mounts Kipper said:

You can’t negotiate sensibly with the eu while delaying the process, surely even remainers agree with that, any delay also gives more uncertainty, get it done now and let’s get on with our lives. 

No idea why you need to say ‘even Remainers’ in your response. 

We are leaving. We need the best deal possible in terms of the actual deal and the infrastructure and processes to make that deal work. Given the shit storm this year has been a smooth transition is essential. Everyone’s attention has been focussed on the virus. 
 

Given we are 6-7 weeks away from leaving and no one is sure what the Irish border solution will be (for instance). How can you say with any certainty that that solution will be fine ? So if we had to have an interim solution for that would you think that was bad ? 
 

Take the vaccine if we need special rules to allow the movement of that across Europe for a period of time would you think that was bad ? 
 

What I am talking about is the potential need to keep current freedom of movement of goods for an interim period given the exceptional circumstances. (For instance). 

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9 minutes ago, Ani said:

No idea why you need to say ‘even Remainers’ in your response. 

We are leaving. We need the best deal possible in terms of the actual deal and the infrastructure and processes to make that deal work. Given the shit storm this year has been a smooth transition is essential. Everyone’s attention has been focussed on the virus. 
 

Given we are 6-7 weeks away from leaving and no one is sure what the Irish border solution will be (for instance). How can you say with any certainty that that solution will be fine ? So if we had to have an interim solution for that would you think that was bad ? 
 

Take the vaccine if we need special rules to allow the movement of that across Europe for a period of time would you think that was bad ? 
 

What I am talking about is the potential need to keep current freedom of movement of goods for an interim period given the exceptional circumstances. (For instance). 

He won and you clearly aren’t getting over it kiddo

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2 minutes ago, Mounts Kipper said:

You’re right he ain’t getting over it and we won. 😂🤣😂

What about my other question?

whats a good deal look like?

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1 hour ago, Winchester White said:

I would love to live in your world of optimism.

Anyhoo, no one on the vote leave side said we would leave on WTO rules anyway. In fact, some said we would stay in the single market.

So a deal of some sort it has to be otherwise Bojo and Gove should be drowned in the Thames by her Maj.

We are in WTO with our largest trading partner and we have a large surplus with them

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48 minutes ago, Spider said:

What about my other question?

whats a good deal look like?

Not agreeing to level playing field

access to our water restricted and with us in control of quotas

Free trade with no quotas

agreement on financial sector passporting. 

reciprocal rights for eu citizens here and U.K. citizens in EU.

A blue passport. 😂

 

 

 

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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