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2 hours ago, Hoola Han Solo said:

We need the best deal we can possibly get, even if it drags on for months (which it well could). This is a seismic, momentous moment in Great British history;  we’re not buying a b loody car!

Exactly 👍

 

No not exactly. The country needs a deal now - a deal that protects jobs and livelihoods, not to mention the economy and stabilty of all the connections we still have with the EU and will need after whatever deal is eventually agreed. If it drags on for months and months it will drag the country down with it.  It's time to stop the ridiculous merry go round and say enough is enough. 

I can accept there is an issue that causes problems - the Northern Ireland question  - and if the deal is voted down mainly because of that, then it should be hoped that a compromise can be had swiftly with the EU to rectify it and get it passed on a second look at it.

It needs sorting now, not months down the line.

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, lake district canary said:

Exactly 👍

 

No not exactly. The country needs a deal now - a deal that protects jobs and livelihoods, not to mention the economy and stabilty of all the connections we still have with the EU and will need after whatever deal is eventually agreed. If it drags on for months and months it will drag the country down with it.  It's time to stop the ridiculous merry go round and say enough is enough. 

I can accept there is an issue that causes problems - the Northern Ireland question  - and if the deal is voted down mainly because of that, then it should be hoped that a compromise can be had swiftly with the EU to rectify it and get it passed on a second look at it.

It needs sorting now, not months down the line.

 

 

 

He gets more clueless by the day.

If this deal were to be agreed, then setting aside it's horrors, it would still lead to another (minimum) 21 months of negotiations whereny business would not know what customs arrangements were to be in force afterwards... likewise with the Single Market.

Th negotiations could stretch to 2022. How on earth is that supposed to be anything that comes near to stability ? Or is it that the UK would be in the EU in all but name for the next 4 years or so without knowing where it would be after then is some sort of bizarre stability ?

However Lakey does do us a favour, if only that he gives a rather disturbing look into the utterly clueless mindset of the average brexiteer. By all means have a different view point, but at least have it based on some grasp of the facts and the reality...however tenuous.

Lakey has nothing that suggest he has the barest understanding of any of this.

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