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Deal or No Deal ?

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Well TM says it's her deal or no deal, but will that get through Parliament ?   Seems Labour are going to vote against any deal and try to force a G/Election. But if they keep us in the EU, won't that confound their mass re-nationalisation plans ?   The waters get muddier .      

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No Deal sounds good to me.

Labour don't want anything except to get into power and, this time, ensure that they can't lose it again.

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I'll go with "no deal" too;   we're being threatened by the Remoaners with everything up to and including an asteroid heading for the UK, due to our Brexit decision. The reality is however, somewhat different; as the EU sell twice as much to us as we do to them, so trade restrictions will hit them harder, and late in the day, I think they're beginning to realise it. The problem for us is, that we have an elite of Remoaner politicians in Parliament, determined to scupper the will of the people and cave in to EU domination.  So ultimately, it for the electorate to decide one way or the other at the next G/Election, and just hope that they're not so fickle, that they change their minds.

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Interesting that the cracks are appearing in the EU, with a 20% hole in their un-audited budget; either the net contributors are going to have to pay more, or the net recipients are going to get less.  Add to this Brussel's dictate to Poland and Hungary to take in migrants, and we seem to have a perfect storm for an implosion.   :ph34r:

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The Leave campaign was s feast of lies, false promises and outright deceit,  must have cost a fortune to put that campaign together 😄😄😄

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Seems the pundits are increasing the odds on a deal that will tie us into the customs union ad infinitum; which means we cannot negotiate our own seperate trade deals, and will continue to pay but with no say. So, basically still in the EU - the politicians have robbed us.

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