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We have Brexit now so maybe time for a new thread and a change of direction. The old thread Was all about the remainers trying to block brexit, all they managed was to delay it.

This thread is now all about the 11 months we have to get a trade deal with the EU or go No Deal.

I know what I'd prefer. ??

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It's vital for both that a deal is reached. Tho it could potentially hit our economy short term, while we are negotiating other deals, with USA-China etc, the effect on some EU countries economies would be disastrous possibly to the point of bankruptcy. Most notably, Spain,Portugal,Italy,Belgium and Holland. France and Germany would be hit hard too,particularly the motor industry.

One thing i am certain of, is the need to continue importing European beer. The thought have having to drink that pissy dishwater also known as Carling for the rest of my life is depressing.

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What happens to all the EU enforced laws, now that we have left?

Do they become null and void?

The one which allows migrant workers in this country to claim family allowance for their children even if they don't live here should be quashed immediately in my opinion. 

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7 hours ago, Mr Magnificent said:

What happens to all the EU enforced laws, now that we have left?

Do they become null and void?

The one which allows migrant workers in this country to claim family allowance for their children even if they don't live here should be quashed immediately in my opinion. 

Do we not keep these for the Transitional period has ended?

 

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7 hours ago, Mr Magnificent said:

What happens to all the EU enforced laws, now that we have left?

 

3 minutes ago, boro_boy said:

Do we not keep these for the Transitional period has ended?

Yep, we are still obliged until then as far as I am aware.

8 hours ago, Mr Magnificent said:

The one which allows migrant workers in this country to claim family allowance for their children even if they don't live here

That was the same for all EU countries who have family allowance I believe....however it would benefit those who were in the UK more than UK citizens living/working in other EU countries. Sure I read/heard that in the past. Irrespective, it was farcical that anyone could claim for children who were not in the same country as their parents. It should have been the allowance could only be claimed from the country where the children resided.

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Well said Dom.....

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/brexit/brexit-dominic-raab-accused-of-sabre-rattling-over-eu-talks/ar-BBZzjEF?li=BBoPWjQ&ocid=mailsignout

But isn't it absolutely sickening that sections of our, the UK, MSM will not get behind the government in this situation, preferring to give credence to the flat balloon that is the pathetic EU ? Remainer fuckers!!!

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27 minutes ago, The Realist said:

Another historic moment for Brexit Britain as we take our independent seat at the World Trade Organisation, sitting alongside our good friends from the USA. We're now proper players in global trade talks, instead of being rule-takers from Brussels!
 

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Read some shit this morning that to get a free trade deal with the EU the arrogant cunts are STILL demanding we adopt their rules....these fuckers must be the most off key politicians since Abraham Lincoln said to his wife...'Forget a night in....I fancy the theatre tonight'.

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9 minutes ago, Harold said:

Read some shit this morning that to get a free trade deal with the EU the arrogant cunts are STILL demanding we adopt their rules....these fuckers must be the most off key politicians since Abraham Lincoln said to his wife...'Forget a night in....I fancy the theatre tonight'.

They want to have access to our fishing waters, fuck them all, no deal please. WTO all the way ? 

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Been reading a lot about this last few days. I genuinely believe the EU, really has the jitters. Their biggest concern is for a level playing field, which says to me,they are of fear of what the UK can achieve free of the EU regulatory shackles. And now with us taking a seat on the WTO council, it has maybe escalated their fear even more. The differences in what we and the EU want, are not that far apart. Tho one big notable difference is our ambitions, which they know we can achieve, which will have a big cost to them, hence the level playing field obsession on their part. Feck em.

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