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Hot Brexit BREXIT: after 47 years, Britain has left the European Union

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Was Britain right to leave the EU?

  • Yes

    Votes: 48 96.0%
  • No

    Votes: 2 4.0%

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hehaw hehaw

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Britain hangs tough on Fisheries

The plain facts of the matter are that any country has dominium over its landmass. By international law, this expands to the sea. The EU is not a country. Countries with historical fishing privileges allowing them to fish UK waters should simply apply for the right to catch British fish. Westminster decides who and how much they can catch.
The EU negotiators being a bunch egomaniacs blinded by an insatiable desire for power can not see this. This is why I think Michel Barnier will have to be sacked before there is any kind of trade deal, as his head will explode before he will agree to drop the EUs ludicrous demand.
 

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Looking at Sky News the past hour or so, the Scots aren't too happy tonight.
And when were they ever Happy. If a Scot was Happy he would get so worried about being Happy he would Immediately return to being his Unhappy Normal Self ! !

Unhappy is the Happy the Scot knows and likes ! !
 

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Today the UK and Canada have agreed a vital trade continuity agreement.....

Follows a super UK deal with Japan. (y)
Well it is indeed good that they have signed this deal to continue on the current trade arrangements that exist between the EU and Canada as they pertain to the UK but the real value of Brexit will come when a new trade deal is negotiated between the UK and Canada without any EU baggage. Talks on this new deal will start next year.
 

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Quelle surprise, you omitted to mention the next likely point, or how Nationalism in the recent past encouraged each European nation to pursue its own interests and compete for power, make alliances, and how that all ended up.

I suspect though one of the things that characterises the majority in your movement is illiteracy in basic European history. Well it is either that or something more sinister that makes you all apparently so keen to learn absolutely nothing from the past.
 
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