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What fresh bollox has Jools brought us today?

Oh.....ugh.....back in the bin.

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7 hours ago, Mr Apples said:

Fire off a fiver for fat fanny Francois to f*ck off? 😂

Apples

Bong Big Ben Bell End.

 

 

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USA is ready to rock with the UK on 01 Feb – the EU isn’t

With “ze clock teeking”, the EU seems determined to waste more time

woody_tweet_130120.jpg

Brexit Facts4EU.Org sheds some Brexit light on the murky world of EU delays

Yesterday the US Ambassador to the Court of St James, Ambassador Woody Johnson, made it perfectly and very publicly clear that the United States is ready to start formal trade talks the moment the UK leaves the EU.

Unfortunately, unlike the US, the EU will not be ready.

Ambassador Johnson stated yesterday that the USA is ready to start agreeing new trade arrangements with the UK in two weeks’ time - on 01 February – the day after the United Kingdom exits the EU (albeit in name only).

How is it possible that the EU is not ready to start trade talks after all this time?

Brexit Facts4EU.Org Summary

EU-UK trade talks – the current position and the extra EU delays

  • On 01 February, (first day after Brexit), the EU will NOT be ready to negotiate
  • When drafted, the Commission’s proposed mandate needs to be discussed by the EU27 governments
  • The EU will not be ready to negotiate trade with the UK until March
  • March will be three years and nine months after the UK voted to leave the EU
  • This is just three months before the notice period to extend the end of the Transition Period expires
  • It is just nine months before the UK will leave the EU and trade independently

On the other hand, the USA is ready to start

woody_tweet_130120_2.jpg

EU Commission picks Juncker’s Spanish Europhile Head of Cabinet for key role in UK negotiations

Jean-Claude Juncker’s former chief of staff Clara Martínez Alberola has just become the EU’s deputy chief Brexit negotiator, working with Michel Barnier. She only started work one week ago, on Monday 06 January.

In the 1980s Ms Martinez Alberola attended the College of Europe in Brussels, as well as the Université Libre de Bruxelles. Aged 56, she has only ever worked as a technocrat for the EU.

Is the EU really a credible international organisation?

The EU Commission still has not even drafted its proposed mandate for negotiating a trade agreement with the United Kingdom. According to Monsieur Barnier, speaking in Sweden last week, he hopes they will have completed this by 01 February.

This is the same day that the USA is ready to start agreeing trade terms with the post-Brexit UK. While the United States is pressing ahead, the EU will still be talking amongst themselves.

Once the Commission has produced its “negotiating mandate”, it then has to propose this to the EU27 governments for approval. It is expected that there will be some disagreements. Some governments will insist on prioritising certain issues, such as full access to British waters, whereas others will care far more about the bulk of the trading arrangements between the EU and the UK.

We expect this to be discussed at the General Affairs Council on 25 February although no agenda has yet been produced. Monsieur Barnier himself hopes that the final mandate will be agreed by the end of Feb/early March. Only then can the first negotiating meetings with the UK’s team be planned.

Chairman of the ERG Steve Baker MP stresses need for parallel trade talks

"This is no time for timidity. Parallel negotiations will stop us becoming a rule-taking satellite of Brussels," says former Brexit Minister Steve Baker MP, the Chairman of the ERG - the main grouping of Eurosceptic Conservative MPs in Parliament.

In a powerful article in the Daily Telegraph yesterday (FREE link), Steve Baker MP laid out the compelling case for conducting trade negotiations with worldwide partners, without waiting for the EU. It was this article that the US Ambassador responded to so quickly. 

baker.jpg

 

Observations

Many readers will be astonished that the EU is still not ready to negotiate the future trading arrangements between the EU and the UK, nearly four years after the UK’s EU Referendum took place.

Instead, the EU followed a policy of delay and obfuscation, introducing contrived ‘priority areas’ which had to be agreed before they would discuss anything else at all. Unsurprisingly one of these was money, and Theresa May meekly gave into to this demand. Rather more surprisingly the new Johnson Government has not challenged this.

On a more positive note, many countries are queueing up to talk trade with the UK and it is clear that the USA is enthusiastic to start. Others such as Australia and New Zealand have long indicated their keenness.

The irony of all this, of course, is that there is not – and never was – any legal restriction on the UK negotiating trade deals with other countries, provided the actual deals did not start until after the UK had left the EU.

We were the first to say this in 2016, and our position was backed up a month later when Lawyers for Britain published their opinion. We are well aware that some of the mainstream media such as the BBC do not seem to know this, and continue to report incorrectly, but that is the case.

Nevertheless, we are where we are. And countries like the US are champing at the bit, whereas the EU donkey is plodding along at its own pace. This in itself shows how the British people chose the right course back in 2016.

 

[ Sources: EU Commission Article 50 Taskforce | US Ambassador | Steve Baker MP ] Politicians and journalists can contact us for details, as ever.

Brexit Facts4EU.Org, 14 Jan 2020

 

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8 hours ago, paul moy said:

I hope you get your comeuppance for such a disgusting contribution.

Its a close call as to who is the biggest VAGINA on here out of you two but I would mark it down as a draw.

Will that suffice Peter the Deleter or should I revert back to the Anglo Saxon version instead of latin?

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9 hours ago, SwindonCanary said:

Corrected it for you again, work on your spelling please

Do not need to work on my spelling SWINDO. Ask your Mrs what Steve is working on.

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43 minutes ago, Jools said:

USA is ready to rock with the UK on 01 Feb – the EU isn’t

With “ze clock teeking”, the EU seems determined to waste more time

woody_tweet_130120.jpg

Brexit Facts4EU.Org sheds some Brexit light on the murky world of EU delays

Yesterday the US Ambassador to the Court of St James, Ambassador Woody Johnson, made it perfectly and very publicly clear that the United States is ready to start formal trade talks the moment the UK leaves the EU.

Unfortunately, unlike the US, the EU will not be ready.

Ambassador Johnson stated yesterday that the USA is ready to start agreeing new trade arrangements with the UK in two weeks’ time - on 01 February – the day after the United Kingdom exits the EU (albeit in name only).

How is it possible that the EU is not ready to start trade talks after all this time?

Brexit Facts4EU.Org Summary

EU-UK trade talks – the current position and the extra EU delays

  • On 01 February, (first day after Brexit), the EU will NOT be ready to negotiate
  • When drafted, the Commission’s proposed mandate needs to be discussed by the EU27 governments
  • The EU will not be ready to negotiate trade with the UK until March
  • March will be three years and nine months after the UK voted to leave the EU
  • This is just three months before the notice period to extend the end of the Transition Period expires
  • It is just nine months before the UK will leave the EU and trade independently

On the other hand, the USA is ready to start

woody_tweet_130120_2.jpg

EU Commission picks Juncker’s Spanish Europhile Head of Cabinet for key role in UK negotiations

Jean-Claude Juncker’s former chief of staff Clara Martínez Alberola has just become the EU’s deputy chief Brexit negotiator, working with Michel Barnier. She only started work one week ago, on Monday 06 January.

In the 1980s Ms Martinez Alberola attended the College of Europe in Brussels, as well as the Université Libre de Bruxelles. Aged 56, she has only ever worked as a technocrat for the EU.

Is the EU really a credible international organisation?

The EU Commission still has not even drafted its proposed mandate for negotiating a trade agreement with the United Kingdom. According to Monsieur Barnier, speaking in Sweden last week, he hopes they will have completed this by 01 February.

This is the same day that the USA is ready to start agreeing trade terms with the post-Brexit UK. While the United States is pressing ahead, the EU will still be talking amongst themselves.

Once the Commission has produced its “negotiating mandate”, it then has to propose this to the EU27 governments for approval. It is expected that there will be some disagreements. Some governments will insist on prioritising certain issues, such as full access to British waters, whereas others will care far more about the bulk of the trading arrangements between the EU and the UK.

We expect this to be discussed at the General Affairs Council on 25 February although no agenda has yet been produced. Monsieur Barnier himself hopes that the final mandate will be agreed by the end of Feb/early March. Only then can the first negotiating meetings with the UK’s team be planned.

Chairman of the ERG Steve Baker MP stresses need for parallel trade talks

"This is no time for timidity. Parallel negotiations will stop us becoming a rule-taking satellite of Brussels," says former Brexit Minister Steve Baker MP, the Chairman of the ERG - the main grouping of Eurosceptic Conservative MPs in Parliament.

In a powerful article in the Daily Telegraph yesterday (FREE link), Steve Baker MP laid out the compelling case for conducting trade negotiations with worldwide partners, without waiting for the EU. It was this article that the US Ambassador responded to so quickly. 

baker.jpg

 

Observations

Many readers will be astonished that the EU is still not ready to negotiate the future trading arrangements between the EU and the UK, nearly four years after the UK’s EU Referendum took place.

Instead, the EU followed a policy of delay and obfuscation, introducing contrived ‘priority areas’ which had to be agreed before they would discuss anything else at all. Unsurprisingly one of these was money, and Theresa May meekly gave into to this demand. Rather more surprisingly the new Johnson Government has not challenged this.

On a more positive note, many countries are queueing up to talk trade with the UK and it is clear that the USA is enthusiastic to start. Others such as Australia and New Zealand have long indicated their keenness.

The irony of all this, of course, is that there is not – and never was – any legal restriction on the UK negotiating trade deals with other countries, provided the actual deals did not start until after the UK had left the EU.

We were the first to say this in 2016, and our position was backed up a month later when Lawyers for Britain published their opinion. We are well aware that some of the mainstream media such as the BBC do not seem to know this, and continue to report incorrectly, but that is the case.

Nevertheless, we are where we are. And countries like the US are champing at the bit, whereas the EU donkey is plodding along at its own pace. This in itself shows how the British people chose the right course back in 2016.

 

[ Sources: EU Commission Article 50 Taskforce | US Ambassador | Steve Baker MP ] Politicians and journalists can contact us for details, as ever.

Brexit Facts4EU.Org, 14 Jan 2020

 

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YAY!!! We’ve got back control!!!

Oh wait, we’re just bending over and letting the USA take control instead.

 

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1 hour ago, SHRIMPER said:

Its a close call as to who is the biggest VAGINA on here out of you two but I would mark it down as a draw.

 

Whichever one smells most like a Gwyneth Paltrow candle wins.😀

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59 minutes ago, Hoola Han Solo said:

YAY!!! We’ve got back control!!!

Oh wait, we’re just bending over and letting the USA take control instead.

 

They look like they are just selling us cheaply to the Americans. Plastic patriots.

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2 minutes ago, Herman said:

They look like they are just selling us cheaply to the Americans. Plastic patriots.

Indeed, very cheaply and very plastic but par for the course for the bunch of w@nkers that now comprise Her Majesty's Government.

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1 hour ago, SHRIMPER said:

Do not need to work on my spelling SWINDO. Ask your Mrs what Steve is working on.

What the hell is this?

 

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38 minutes ago, Creative Midfielder said:

Indeed, very cheaply and very plastic but par for the course for the bunch of w@nkers that now comprise Her Majesty's Government.

It's not just me.😀

It seems so obvious what these people are doing to our country that I can't understand why any true Brit is cheering it. We're going from a big player in the biggest single market to a small player hoping for a deal with a country that has "America First" as their current slogan. I don't think this is going to end well.

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So is Boris already caving to Trump on the Iran nuclear deal.... and if so why? Does he even know what Trump’s deal is? Does Trump know what it is? 

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Like Johnson's deal is May's deal, but worse, Trump's deal is Obama's deal, but worse. They tweak the thing, change the name and all the RWNJs cheer. Mugs. 🤣

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11 hours ago, SHRIMPER said:

Do not need to work on my spelling SWINDON. Ask your Mrs what Steve is working on.

Can't spell Swindon 😉

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1 hour ago, SwindonCanary said:

Can't spell Swindon 😉

  12 hours ago, SHRIMPER said:

Do not need to work on my spelling SWINDO. You are also a VAGINA AND A HABITUAL LIAR. Ask your Mrs what Steve is working on.

Hows the spelling Peter the Deleter. I think you need to check it out for FVCKWIT SWINDO.

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16 hours ago, Hoola Han Solo said:

Well done Swindo 😀👍🏻

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Brexit has cost us nothing as we have not left yet. What has cost us billions is the dithering and delay caused by remoaners intent on thwarting the democratic vote. 

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14 hours ago, Jools said:

USA is ready to rock with the UK on 01 Feb – the EU isn’t

With “ze clock teeking”, the EU seems determined to waste more time

woody_tweet_130120.jpg

Brexit Facts4EU.Org sheds some Brexit light on the murky world of EU delays

Yesterday the US Ambassador to the Court of St James, Ambassador Woody Johnson, made it perfectly and very publicly clear that the United States is ready to start formal trade talks the moment the UK leaves the EU.

Unfortunately, unlike the US, the EU will not be ready.

Ambassador Johnson stated yesterday that the USA is ready to start agreeing new trade arrangements with the UK in two weeks’ time - on 01 February – the day after the United Kingdom exits the EU (albeit in name only).

How is it possible that the EU is not ready to start trade talks after all this time?

Brexit Facts4EU.Org Summary

EU-UK trade talks – the current position and the extra EU delays

  • On 01 February, (first day after Brexit), the EU will NOT be ready to negotiate
  • When drafted, the Commission’s proposed mandate needs to be discussed by the EU27 governments
  • The EU will not be ready to negotiate trade with the UK until March
  • March will be three years and nine months after the UK voted to leave the EU
  • This is just three months before the notice period to extend the end of the Transition Period expires
  • It is just nine months before the UK will leave the EU and trade independently

On the other hand, the USA is ready to start

woody_tweet_130120_2.jpg

EU Commission picks Juncker’s Spanish Europhile Head of Cabinet for key role in UK negotiations

Jean-Claude Juncker’s former chief of staff Clara Martínez Alberola has just become the EU’s deputy chief Brexit negotiator, working with Michel Barnier. She only started work one week ago, on Monday 06 January.

In the 1980s Ms Martinez Alberola attended the College of Europe in Brussels, as well as the Université Libre de Bruxelles. Aged 56, she has only ever worked as a technocrat for the EU.

Is the EU really a credible international organisation?

The EU Commission still has not even drafted its proposed mandate for negotiating a trade agreement with the United Kingdom. According to Monsieur Barnier, speaking in Sweden last week, he hopes they will have completed this by 01 February.

This is the same day that the USA is ready to start agreeing trade terms with the post-Brexit UK. While the United States is pressing ahead, the EU will still be talking amongst themselves.

Once the Commission has produced its “negotiating mandate”, it then has to propose this to the EU27 governments for approval. It is expected that there will be some disagreements. Some governments will insist on prioritising certain issues, such as full access to British waters, whereas others will care far more about the bulk of the trading arrangements between the EU and the UK.

We expect this to be discussed at the General Affairs Council on 25 February although no agenda has yet been produced. Monsieur Barnier himself hopes that the final mandate will be agreed by the end of Feb/early March. Only then can the first negotiating meetings with the UK’s team be planned.

Chairman of the ERG Steve Baker MP stresses need for parallel trade talks

"This is no time for timidity. Parallel negotiations will stop us becoming a rule-taking satellite of Brussels," says former Brexit Minister Steve Baker MP, the Chairman of the ERG - the main grouping of Eurosceptic Conservative MPs in Parliament.

In a powerful article in the Daily Telegraph yesterday (FREE link), Steve Baker MP laid out the compelling case for conducting trade negotiations with worldwide partners, without waiting for the EU. It was this article that the US Ambassador responded to so quickly. 

baker.jpg

 

Observations

Many readers will be astonished that the EU is still not ready to negotiate the future trading arrangements between the EU and the UK, nearly four years after the UK’s EU Referendum took place.

Instead, the EU followed a policy of delay and obfuscation, introducing contrived ‘priority areas’ which had to be agreed before they would discuss anything else at all. Unsurprisingly one of these was money, and Theresa May meekly gave into to this demand. Rather more surprisingly the new Johnson Government has not challenged this.

On a more positive note, many countries are queueing up to talk trade with the UK and it is clear that the USA is enthusiastic to start. Others such as Australia and New Zealand have long indicated their keenness.

The irony of all this, of course, is that there is not – and never was – any legal restriction on the UK negotiating trade deals with other countries, provided the actual deals did not start until after the UK had left the EU.

We were the first to say this in 2016, and our position was backed up a month later when Lawyers for Britain published their opinion. We are well aware that some of the mainstream media such as the BBC do not seem to know this, and continue to report incorrectly, but that is the case.

Nevertheless, we are where we are. And countries like the US are champing at the bit, whereas the EU donkey is plodding along at its own pace. This in itself shows how the British people chose the right course back in 2016.

 

[ Sources: EU Commission Article 50 Taskforce | US Ambassador | Steve Baker MP ] Politicians and journalists can contact us for details, as ever.

Brexit Facts4EU.Org, 14 Jan 2020

 

😎  🤠 💂‍♂️🇺🇸🇬🇧👍

 

 

 

As I said over three years ago, the EU only want to delay to continue sucking at our resources, as without them they are destined for bankruptcy.  I advised then that we should leave on WTO terms and it is still the only way IMO.

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Interesting article on the request from Boris to crowdfund Big Ben bonging, from the Daily Mash.🤭🤣

The five types of tw*t who'll pay for Big Ben to bong for Brexit

BIG BEN bonging for Brexit is the worst charitable cause since a druggie with a stolen charity tin rattled it around the local, but the cretins who support it live among us. 

Tw*ts who believe tax is theft

Anyone who looks at their wageslip and thinks ‘That’s not fair. I shouldn’t be paying for the A470 when I hardly use it’ will happily throw cash at an inane and pointless cause like reinstalling a big clapper back in a massive clock for a single day. Because they’re twats.

Tw*ts who still wish the national anthem was played on telly

In the mists of history, TV finished for the day with God Save The Queen. And some mad tw*ts believe that on the final bong of Brexit Eve the UK will become a sepia-toned wonderland of spitfires and spam on toast where it’s okay to call a dog the N-word, like in The Dam Busters.

Tw*ts who would never spare a quid for a homeless person

Those who walk past the homeless outside the Waitrose where they’ve just spent £97 on goose fat and Burgundy will suddenly find lots of spare cash in their pockets for this type of twattery.

Perpetually angry little tw*ts like MP Mark Francois

The people who blame everything that’s wrong about their lives on Europeans, gays, women and Meghan Markle, rather than blaming the tw*t in the mirror. They’re not necessarily male tw*ts either. Anne Widdecombe’s one.

Nigel Farage

Will put in one per cent of his £153k MEP redundancy payment on condition he is allowed to strike the bell himself with a good solid Sheffield steel sledgehammer. Will f**k up and break the bell.

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2 hours ago, SHRIMPER said:

Do not need to work on my spelling SWINDO. You are also a VAGINA AND A HABITUAL LIAR. Ask your Mrs what Steve is working on.

Hows the spelling Peter the Deleter. I think you need to check it out for FVCKWIT SWINDO.

are you writing in English ?

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27 minutes ago, SwindonCanary said:

are you writing in English ?

Dont make yourself look a bigger CHATTE than you are  FVCKWIT SWINDO.

That one ok Peter the Deleter as SWINDO has a problem with language by the look of it?

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