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Re: Brexit
« Reply #90 on: Wednesday 30-Jan-2019, 08:41* »
Still in deadlock even though some claiming victory and clarity after last night’s amendments.

We really seem to be learning nothing.

Last night was really just negotiating amongst ourselves to come to a position that is in conflict to the agreed withdrawal position last year. The “solution” is incompatible with our own and the EU’s red lines it seems.

Absolutely baffling.

British exceptionalism at it’s weird and incompetent best.

The world is split between those laughing at us and those pitying us. How are we ever going to be able to negotiate trade deals when we have such a fundamentally basic lack of understanding of the treaties that we helped forge, and renege on our commitments and constantly change our minds?



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