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Patrick Stewart probably says it best...

2 days ago

No court ever gets is right 100%. That's a given. but the UK governments of any party, seem to get it wrong on legislation quite alot. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/what-has-the-european-court-of-human-rights-done-for-us-a7000531.html If you wish to comment you need to read this first, and when doing so, bear in mind that these rulings would not be possible to achieve ...

2 days ago

^^

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Lostit
Lostit
2 days ago

@ majorp : i am confused at to what you are refering to when you say we are locked into. When you wrote " Now we are locked into something, that it appears is difficult to get out of.", I took what you refer to us being locked into as being the new draft withdrawal agreement and the NI border problem. Is this correct? OR did you mean our actual EU membership?

leatash
leatash
2 days ago

All i can say is roll on 11pm 29th March 2019 i have a big box of fireworks ready and waiting.

Lynne
Lynne
2 days ago

I thought I heard someone say it will all be over by Christmas. Thing is though, they didn't say which one.......

burneside
burneside
2 days ago

Negotiations on the UK side are being conducted by Olly Robbins who was once Principal Private Secretary to Tony Blair, and while studying at Oxford  was president of the Oxford Reform Club, a group promoting a federal EU.  So we have a Remain Prime Minister and the chief negotiator is of the same ilk.  No wonder we are where we are. Michael Portillo made a very good point on Thursday's This ...

And if they are of benefit to us I don't see the problem. The problem might be that if we are out of the EU they could be rescinded or amended.

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Lynne
Lynne
2 days ago

The negotiations are being led on the EU's part by Michel Barnier and his team. As well as the Uk government having to agree to whatever is being proposed as I understand the situation so too do all the governments of the remaining EU countries. We could end up with No Deal by default and neither the Uk or the EU wants that. But.......

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