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leading brexit donors say brexit won't happen

Started by: tradertall
On: 11/01/2019 | 13:48
Replies: 34
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by: bobsta
on: 12/01/2019 | 09:09

A major poopfest is about to be unleashed come 15th January.......

Message 21 of 35
by: kenralph
on: 12/01/2019 | 13:26

@farnis wrote:

@kenralph wrote:

@majorincident wrote:

If we fail to leave, the blame is squarely on the shoulders of Mrs May for negotiating a deal that nobody is prepared to accept.

Least of all the other member countries.

This was the most obvious stumbling block when the government started spouting how we will cost one out of this without spending another pound and still remain in the single market. Anyone who believed their garbage should have their vote removed.

Old ken. lol.

But worth repeating, for those who buried their ears in the sand.

Message 22 of 35
by: tooltrader
on: 12/01/2019 | 14:24
If it doesnt happen there will be no point in ever voting again on anything.
All you will have to look forward to is anarchy and the birth of IRA type factions.
Message 23 of 35
by: jms0
on: 12/01/2019 | 14:32

@tooltrader wrote:

If it doesnt happen there will be no point in ever voting again on anything.
All you will have to look forward to is anarchy and the birth of IRA type factions.

There will be bit of recreational violence by those who don't understand the issues, but will seize on an excuse for a riot.  Then it'll rain (which put a stop to the 2011 riots), a few exemplary sentences will be handed down, insurers will pay out and life will go on.

You're the boss so check out Giffgaff's financial statements
Message 24 of 35
by: tooltrader
on: 12/01/2019 | 14:36
But the vote in the UK will be deemed worthless,it will change the face of the UK.
Message 25 of 35
by: jms0
on: 12/01/2019 | 14:41

@tooltrader wrote:

But the vote in the UK will be deemed worthless,it will change the face of the UK.

Voting is pretty worthess in safe seats anyway.  The publc don't care.  It's just a vocal, but ill-educated minority making a lot of noise on the internet.

You're the boss so check out Giffgaff's financial statements
Message 26 of 35
by: sarahaxon
on: 12/01/2019 | 14:43
@farnis
If by some miracle May's deal does go through, we will indeed be out on March 29th.

However, if you thought that was the end of it, and from there onwards the future was bright, I'm afraid you will be disappointed.

Then we would have to start negotiating a new trade arrangement with the EU. The UK negotiations to date have been dreadful. The ones for a new trade deal are set up to be even worse. The same problems are baked in. Immovable time frames. No protection for services, on which we rely. The need for all 27 EU countries to agree.

You can read more here http://chrisgreybrexitblog.blogspot.com/2019/01/the-backstop-is-symptom-not-cause-of.html?m=1

May's deal sets us up to fail. It would be a long slow disaster.

No deal would be an immediate economic shock, and would still need to be followed by a negotiation with the EU to work out what a long term agreement looks like.

We have to find a way of slowing this down and taking stock. Is this really what we want as a country? And if not, what do we want?

Message 27 of 35
by: tooltrader
on: 12/01/2019 | 15:04
Voting is never worthless.
Message 28 of 35
by: majorincident
on: 12/01/2019 | 15:43

@sarahaxon wrote:

@farnis
If by some miracle May's deal does go through, we will indeed be out on March 29th.

In the event that Mrs May does get her deal through Parliament, there is the inconvenient truth of the 'divorce bill'.  One way or the other, we will still be sending money to Brussels even though we have left the Union.  Post-Brexit Britain is going to face a lengthy period of adjustment in which very little will change.

The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars but in ourselves.
Message 30 of 35