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Nah... the EU parliament will just ignore what they will see as an insignificant objection, move the goalposts a little and crack on with their deal. They are already saying the deal will be signed on Thursday... no mention if they have asked the objectors what they think though

 

Because that's how the EU works... bully boy tactics 

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If the Canadians can't make a deal with 27 self interests, because of one self interest; then there's not much chance for us doing a deal. At the end of the day, far from "free trade";  the EU is a glorified protection racket, exploiting third world markets. If they want a tariff war, bring it on; just as long as the English Channel becomes an effective barrier to illegal immigration.

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I was just amazed at the audacity of the French with regards to Brexit talks.... them wanting all dialogue to be conducted in French.... they weren't so demanding when allied troops were planning D-Day..... although it wouldn't surprise me if they were somehow

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All starting to get a bit Francophobic here. I like the French, just don't like their choice of government/politicians in general. I could, actually, say the same about just about any country in the world really, it isn't the people - it's the people who they choose to represent them that let them down!

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Not francophobic just pointing out that when the french don't like anything the first thing they do is blockade the ports.

 

Petrol price went up in france, blockade the ports. Farmers subsidy went down, blockade the ports. getting to be frances national pastime.

 

In similar situations what do us brits do. Write a letter to the times complaining.

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Quite amazing really that the Germans who had lost the 3rd Reich & the French whose empire had crumbled should gang up to lull Britain into begging to join the Common Market only to finish off the trade benefits that we had with our Commonwealth membership. And to think our politicians of the day went cap in hand to join this corrupt club formed by two frustrated imperialist powers that has led to latter years of oppression & deceit.

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Well, the Remoaners aren't giving up; they're trying every way to squirm out of the decision made by the UK electorate in the referendum. We've got Mizz Krankie saying that Scotland could stay in the single market and accept free movement; which would imply a need to rebuild Hadrian's Wall. These PC liberals don't want to understand that the main motivation behind the Brexit vote was a desire for control over immigration, which means no free movement, which means no access to a single market - period. Now if the EU mafia want to impose tariffs, so can we, and we can play tit for tat as long as they want. Meanwhile, we can arrange trade deals with the rest of the world, without the stupidity of free movement of labour.

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The whole world has access to the single market, the point is that outside of the EU we have access to the rest of the world without the EU technocrats dictating terms.

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