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Sufficient progress made in Brexit talks - Jean-Claude Juncker; paving way for talks on future UK-EU relationship.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-42277040

Thinly veiled soft Brexit imo. We have conceded far too much already.

How about we just tell them to fuck off, and take back all their EU citizens and regulations?

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What has been agreed?

Guarantee that there will be "no hard border" between Northern Ireland and the Republic and that the "constitutional and economic integrity of the United Kingdom" will be maintained.

EU citizens living in the UK and vice versa will have their rights to live, work and study protected. The agreement includes reunification rights for relatives who do not live in the UK to join them in their host country in the future

Financial settlement - No specific figure is in the document but Downing Street sources say it will be between £35bn and £39bn, including budget contributions during a two-year "transition" period after March 2019

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I don't understand why we have to give them a £39b payout and contributions during the two-year "transition" period!!

Seriously cannot wait to see the back of the EU controlling us. 

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These 'negotiations' have been farcical from day one. It has been more than obvious that the EU's stance of delaying further talks has been primarily about the Exit (divirce) bill. There never was any problems over the rights of EU citizens already residing/working in the UK. The EU was given guarantees about their rights to remain here and these guarantees were very generous whilst the EU was saying that Brits living within EU countries would be unable to move between EU countries...Haven't heard much about that recently. Actually, I just looked and here is a link - seems to be a one way street     https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-12-08/brexit-breakthrough-risks-leaving-brits-in-europe-landlocked

 

Now that it has been said there has been an agreement of sorts (ie the EU has successfully conned us out of a very large amount of money) discussions are to move on to a trade agreement. The UK (May) has said it will be leaving the single market but wants to get the best deal for trading within it (presumably meaning no tariffs and no 'freedom of movement' which it presently includes). This won't go our way and look out for further concessions to the bastards.

 

Don't know about you chaps but if I had known that we were going to be so weak and offer so many concessions, especially this Exit money and the two years transition period then I would not have bothered to vote leave. I have advocated leaving for years before the referendum was even spoken about, I wanted this country to be totally free from this unelected totalitarion institution. A fucking farce!

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8 minutes ago, Harold said:

These 'negotiations' have been farcical from day one. It has been more than obvious that the EU's stance of delaying further talks has been primarily about the Exit (divirce) bill. There never was any problems over the rights of EU citizens already residing/working in the UK. The EU was given guarantees about their rights to remain here and these guarantees were very generous whilst the EU was saying that Brits living within EU countries would be unable to move between EU countries...Haven't heard much about that recently. Actually, I just looked and here is a link - seems to be a one way street     https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-12-08/brexit-breakthrough-risks-leaving-brits-in-europe-landlocked

 

Now that it has been said there has been an agreement of sorts (ie the EU has successfully conned us out of a very large amount of money) discussions are to move on to a trade agreement. The UK (May) has said it will be leaving the single market but wants to get the best deal for trading within it (presumably meaning no tariffs and no 'freedom of movement' which it presently includes). This won't go our way and look out for further concessions to the bastards.

 

Don't know about you chaps but if I had known that we were going to be so weak and offer so many concessions, especially this Exit money and the two years transition period then I would not have bothered to vote leave. I have advocated leaving for years before the referendum was even spoken about, I wanted this country to be totally free from this unelected totalitarion institution. A fucking farce!

But its only one payment and 2 years of payments, then where done, if thats what it takes to get us away from these cunts, then just pay them! I know its stupid money, but we'll end up paying more if we stay in!

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21 minutes ago, boro_boy said:

But its only one payment and 2 years of payments, then where done, if thats what it takes to get us away from these cunts, then just pay them! I know its stupid money, but we'll end up paying more if we stay in!

That is NOT what I voted for so I must disagree. This country needs that money just like we require the Foreign aid money.

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23 minutes ago, Harold said:

That is NOT what I voted for so I must disagree. This country needs that money just like we require the Foreign aid money.

The only reason I voted was so we could govern our self rather than people in Europe telling us what we can and can't do. So if that means giving them cunts a bit too much money before we go then so be it. I'd prefer we just left and paid nothing but thats not going to happen. What will happen though is we will continue to give them stuff whilst they give us nothing. 

They will miss us. Well the money we paid into Europe anyway!

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Not one penny, not one euro! I have totally lost all faith now!

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If its not a free trade agreement, and Tariffs are introduced, I wonder how many German and French car workers will lose their jobs?

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2 minutes ago, The Realist said:

If its not a free trade agreement, and Tariffs are introduced, I wonder how many German and French car workers will lose their jobs?

I agree it's a point to be considered strongly but do the EU suits actually give a fuck about the 'working man' in the individual countries ? I don't believe so as it has always appeared that their main (only) concern is the survival of the institution. As you previously mentioned elsewhere...we import more from the EU than the other way about.

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Italian Prosecco producers are shitting it too, along with the French wine makers, they really have a lot to lose don't they?

As for the Spanish, fuck them too, I don't go there on holiday anyhow!  They really would be in a mess without our tourists/holidaymakers.

We should not ever and I mean EVER, stop importing Polish women tho, no tariffs on anything just send them all.

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8 minutes ago, The Realist said:

Italian Prosecco producers are shitting it too, along with the French wine makers, they really have a lot to lose don't they?

As for the Spanish, fuck them too, I don't go there on holiday anyhow!  They really would be in a mess without our tourists/holidaymakers.

We should not ever and I mean EVER, stop importing Polish women tho, no tariffs on anything just send them all.

Of course they have an awful lot to lose. They'll realise that when it hits home - IF the UK doesn't agree to what the EU wants but tbh I believe the UK will concede again. May is weaker than watered down cats piss. Remember she was a 'remainer'!

 

You'll have to explain your reasoning about Polish burds though, you got a notion there or what ?     😄

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