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Re: Brexit
« Reply #60 on: Thursday 17-Jan-2019, 08:38* »
Whoa. Seriously? Only a small % of MPs support no deal. Itís way too disruptive on even the most basic day-to-day level. I canít see no deal being accepted by parliament.

Therefore....the problem is there isnít much time to sort anything else out. Article 50 wonít be rescinded but will have to be delayed. The only way the EU will agree to extend it is for an election or a referendum and itís clear an election wonít happen right now.

Therefore IMO itíll break down at the last minute and the only way out will be for an exasperated May to extend article 50 with the promise of a referendum.

Iím fuming that both sides couldnít compromise. An EFTA style arrangement would mean we have close ties and can strike independent trade deals. Weíd be out of the EU.

Anything else is bluster. Remainers should have worked harder to pursue a more mutually agreeable compromise; leavers should have acknowledged the narrow margin of victory and the need to engage and compromise and that their vision of the U.K. in the 1950s is a warped fantasy.

Bunch of idiots.



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