Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by chippie244, Mar 26, 2019.
What are the red lines?
Is anyone going to answer?
There seem to be a lot of different definitions.
At least this thread recognises we are looking at leaving.
I'm just trying to understand others point of view but it usually gets hijacked.
What would you accept as leaving?
I would be happy for us to be a partner to the EU, and I understand that would require a cost.
Very willing to compromise as long as we still leave.
If teh EU was the trading bloc that Britsh people agreed to join then, I belive, the referendum would have been an overwhelming remain.
Politicians changed it to a political organisarion, moving well away from pure trade and that is what the British do not like.
Cut all ties except trade, have a free trade area agreement and we would get along fine.
That's fair enough but what price would that cost?
I think it would be ridiculous to leave our nearest neighbours without a a trade deal and customs union and I think the one we have already is pretty good.
Leave no matter what!
Having a tooth taken out is less painful, i can tell you that.
TMs deal will get through eventually in spite of it not really being the Brexit that the public voted for.
After all it's the only deal that the EU will accept.
I don't think it's possible to leave. I think any decision will be reversed in my lifetime. Not having a seat at the table yet having to go along with what's decided won't wash... Jmo. We will always be tied to the EU for trade and security and travel, unless we can move the country. I just hope the big business and banks don't move away like they are saying. The UK needs a giant kick up the xxx and maybe this is it. They say be carful what you wish for... You might get it! We got it coming big time unless the great and the good (mps) sort this out ... 3 days left. Hum
The EU would have to 'accept' a no-deal.
I notice that the 16(?) proposals put forward to the Speaker includes voting on a 'no-deal'.
I hope that one gets included for a Parliamentary vote - it'll really add to the excitement.
And this is very exciting, isn't it? You will all be glued to your TV screens this evening, won't you?
Welcome back DA
I'll be glued . Building trade around here has stalled. Shares have dived. I want this sorted either in or out with no delay. Its like waiting for a tooth to be pulled. Get on with it
Yippee! 'No-deal' is one of the options they'll be voting for!
Or rather its like going into hospital to have your wisdom teeth out, only to find out afterwards that they accidentally circumcised you instead...which might actually be the case if the hospital is in Leicester.
The only reason that we are in this position of having no feasible exit plan is down to Teresa May, she has procrastinated when she should have been making meaningful and acceptable deals for both parties. Well done Chippie, you have waived the red rag again!
No matter how you dresss it up it's still a **** sandwich
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