What the problem with Tusk joke? European hear far worse from the UKJump to post
There is a little dirty fact that some seems to willfully ignore: the BoE used proportionally way more Quantitative easing than the ECB...Jump to post
The problem is not if the UK negotiator is a leaver or a remainer, but rather if he is able to understand what is the EU, what are the written rules and so what he could get or crash out. Each time the UK comes with a "plan" that breaks the four freedoms the answer will be the same..... An...Jump to post
Obviously as they are not and never were in the EU.Jump to post
The non EU migration figures you refer to stem from over 50 years of migration from Commonwealth nations. The huge influx of EU migrants started in 2005. As we had that discussion on that forum many times before, I'll just post a quote that sums up things perfectly: Mr Drechsler also said it was ti...Jump to post
I wonder how you can misunderstand the EU that much. Are you american ?Jump to post
I laugh every time the UK members feign to forget the cost they had to pay for US help: Destroyers for Bases Agreement , on the top of the end to privileged links with ex empire states.... The US destroyed more efficiently the British empire than Germany :) And when you think than some morons in the...Jump to post
All that talk and thee problem is very simple.
The UK decided to leave the EU and become a third country for the EU.
All the whining is because the UK tries to escape the rules that apply to ALL third countries, and that it helped to create, just because you know, british exceptionalism....
You should read the notice to stakeholders that the EU posted on its website month ago. It was spelled black on white.
And they are far more relevant than Loizeau
You are confusing the appearance of power (national parliament) and the real power. your parliament brilliantly shows every day it has zero power.
You could also us your brain to think how things could add up together ?Jump to post
The Pressure from the EU comes only from the fact that they refused to negotiate a deal before the UK triggered article 50. The EU is not just a bunch of retards that learned nothing working with the UK tricks for 40 years....... If the UK made a national government or just let the civil service wor...Jump to post
It was a fake news with the meaning that was given in the uk press. Barnier has just said the same things he said the past 2 years. Some brexiters acted like it was something new. If Barnier is more explicit today in the german press, I guess it is an answer to the UK trying to twist his words for t...Jump to post
Yes, it seems if things are not spelled out brutally, the UK government goes on talking only to the british audience and just forget that they are not the only part in the negotiation :white: . The week was really interesting and I bet that some people made a lot of money playing with the pound and ...Jump to post
Which ever one we want, fortunately or unfortunately, TM is in charge and she has never been a proponent of Hard Brexit . You are sure about that ? Her lancaster House speech propose just the hardest brexit. The EU answered with a nice slide that was linked often here explaining that with the red l...Jump to post
From Huffpost today, Barnier was rather clear: Michel Barnier said he owed “the truth” to people as he told reporters the EU would not change its “principles” in order to strike a Brexit deal. He also suggested an agreement would not be reached by the next European Council summit – scheduled for Oct...Jump to post
The correction well begin with the end of zero-hour contracts that amount to a form of slavery for me.Jump to post
Gibraltar should be kicked out on 29 march and then put on the Tax heaven black list. Actually Gibraltar survives like a tick on the EU and use that system to not put the real cost burden of its existence on the UK.Jump to post
Blackmail tactics can work two ways Olddog. The ability to withdraw is protection against this. It has been repeatedly stated this option exists by all the major players. Post a continental source for your claim. I think you just read a fantasy in the british press, like the one since yesterday tha...Jump to post
Jim Ratcliffe: Britain’s wealthiest man moves to Monaco despite backing Brexit
It is funny how theses people tend to push for brexit while putting their money outside britain
ChrisKen, you should ask yourself why the commission did not start the negotiation before the article 50 was triggered. I know some Englishes think that there are only stupid people on the continent, but dealing with the UK negotiation tactics from the inside for almost half a century, we learned on...Jump to post
The UK voted to leave. The UK PM with her Lancaster House speech decided to go for the hardest brexit and notified officially article 50 to the EU commission. There is no way back.
It is not the EU fault if your PM was ill advised by the legatum institute...
It seems some of you did not read theses notice to stackholders.
The EU clearly spells out what will happen and the business concerned had time to adapt.
And while we read that the UK is making the EMA move to amsterdam as obnoxious as they can, it will change nothing at the end.Jump to post
It's not like if there was no competition to AstraZeneca that is ready to fill any void....Jump to post
Well, TM with her Lancaster speech put up a lot of red lines to please her ultras. If she keeps them all, the UK will get a good spanking.Jump to post
I mean that is crap because some brexiter use it to make a point that will never work. Basically they think that if they try to make the most damages while the UK leaves, the EU will have to disintegrate to give the UK what it wants to somehow mitigate theses damages and that will never happen.Jump to post
And now Liam EU trade deal 'easiest in human history' Fox is claiming UK set to crash out of Europe with no-deal Brexit - and EU to blame :) It seems that theses morons and the other members of the gang have still not understood the only leverage they had was the permanent blackmailing give us what ...Jump to post
I really enjoy that you believe that crapJump to post
JRM. Patriot. https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/998667/brexit-news-jacob-rees-mogg-no-deal-brexit-bank-of-england-Mark-Carney The same Jacob Rees-Mogg who had his company set up shop in Ireland to protect it from a hard Brexit? Yeah, he’s a good lad. Proved to be a false claim. Look it up. An...Jump to post
Express, retards nestJump to post
I know better than an US economist with an agenda:Michael Burrage is a member of Economists for Free Trade that tries to push the theory than trading on WTO rules like Mauritius is the panacea
You should ask him why his country does trade deals and not just wto...
Lol you are confusing people studying to become a nurse and qualified nurses coming in....Jump to post
You should read entirely what macron said and not only the catchy title. You will see that he is in fact say the opposite of what you are thinking. In the full interview, Macron questioned the way the UK had chosen Brexit. Asked if the French would vote to leave the EU in the same way, he said: “Ye...Jump to post
Arion640 wrote:More truth out today:
https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics ... eal-Brexit
You are mixing things on purpose: the intra EU immigration that UK suffered is its own choice. All other countries used the 7 years buffer legally allowed. The refugee problem is a totally different ans germany absorbed almost 90 % of it. The UK not even 1 %. Do you think people in europe are illite...Jump to post
It is sad that other countries do not allow the people the same choice as the UK, if they would, the EU would be history. Macron admitted himself if given the vote that France would have left. Even one of the 'most respected publications' on the planet says so https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018...Jump to post
But they have that choice. Article 50 is not for UK use only
Joking aside, I really think that the EU should shrink to 1995 members minus UK. And rebuild from that point.
Arion640 wrote:Yes NAFTA. Which is what the EU should be, a free trade agreement, not on it’s way to being a superstate.
Richard28 wrote:Arion640 wrote:No need to get so frustrated Rich, lifes too short.
Not frustrated at all, I take great joy in education.
So British EU diplomats to be recalled to Brussels in 2019.
It was unavoidable if a bit sad because I guess than most of them are not so anti EU
The problem is the UK blames already the EU since 1973 so a bit more or a bit less...Jump to post
Maybe Macron will drown TM and Bregançon and a new GE ?Jump to post
sevenair wrote:Olddog wrote:But I want that Brexit happens, simply on EU terms not on UK cherry picking terms.
That's not brexit.
But I want that Brexit happens, simply on EU terms not on UK cherry picking terms.Jump to post