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  • The EU will continue to grow but will change to address the feelings that drove Brexit.

    9 11.25%
  • The EU will continue to grow but will not address the feelings that drove Brexit

    9 11.25%
  • The EU will see more countries pulling out after we leave.

    15 18.75%
  • The UK will break up as a consequence of Brexit.

    16 20.00%
  • The UK will still hold after all is done and dusted.

    15 18.75%
  • There’ll be a second Brexit related referendum. (Independence / Brexit etc)

    18 22.50%
  • We’ll end up with soft Brexit and end up staying within EFTA.

    13 16.25%
  • We'll have a Hard Brexit, a disaster ending with WTO rules.

    19 23.75%
  • We'll have a Hard Brexit which will be a success, even under WTO rules

    12 15.00%
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Thread: How will Brexit go?***W:46]***

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    Re: How will Brexit go?***W:46]***

    In a move likely to go down well with the EU when he meets this week - Boris is going to tell various Leaders they need to prepare a new deal ready or we shoot ourselves in the head on 31st October.

    What's the likelihood the EU is overjoyed at the idea of that giant open back door to help bypass EU customs taxes and controls and bring the whole thing down?
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    Re: How will Brexit go?***W:46]***

    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Chaos View Post
    In a move likely to go down well with the EU when he meets this week - Boris is going to tell various Leaders they need to prepare a new deal ready or we shoot ourselves in the head on 31st October.

    What's the likelihood the EU is overjoyed at the idea of that giant open back door to help bypass EU customs taxes and controls and bring the whole thing down?
    Angela Merkel is already saying that the EU/UK Brexit deal will not be renegotiated.


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    Re: How will Brexit go?***W:46]***

    UK to end freedom of movement for EU citizens on day one of Brexit, under new government plan | The Independent


    This will cause chaos and if the UK can't be trusted with this...remember the previous government promised no changes....then how can anyone trust the UK in living up to other basic agreements?

    British expats and EU expats are in serious legal trouble if the Boris dictatorship keeps heading down this road...

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    Re: How will Brexit go?***W:46]***

    Leaked documents also say there will be problems with food and fuel (and medicines).

    UK faces food and fuel shortages in no-deal Brexit, says leaked plan


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    Re: How will Brexit go?***W:46]***

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    UK to end freedom of movement for EU citizens on day one of Brexit, under new government plan | The Independent


    This will cause chaos and if the UK can't be trusted with this...remember the previous government promised no changes....
    Remember that the whole Brexit argument was to end freedom of movement. A no deal means exactly that. Boris is the architect of the Euro-myth and he will be judged by that and his hand at the wheel when Brexit happened.

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    Angela Merkel is already saying that the EU/UK Brexit deal will not be renegotiated.
    Common sense except for ultra-Brexiteers really. A giant open back door for illegal trade will end the whole reason for the EU.
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    Re: How will Brexit go?***W:46]***

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    Re: How will Brexit go?***W:46]***

    Well, as per usual we have two different theories about what will happen next...

    Gordon Brown is reported in the Scottish Herald that the EU will allow the 31st October deadline to be shifted (all dependent on Macron agreeing as the 31st was his compromise against a full year) but equally David Frost - the UK's negotiator has ruled out an extension a report in the Independent.

    So we could have the EU offer to agree yet another extension - this one would call Boris' bluff but as this will weaken his support among hard Brexiteers, I don't see him change Govt position as an extension would allow more time for protests and a vote of no-confidence AND a General Election.....

    How it is presented will be interesting!
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    Re: How will Brexit go?***W:46]***

    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Chaos View Post
    Well, as per usual we have two different theories about what will happen next...

    Gordon Brown is reported in the Scottish Herald that the EU will allow the 31st October deadline to be shifted (all dependent on Macron agreeing as the 31st was his compromise against a full year) but equally David Frost - the UK's negotiator has ruled out an extension a report in the Independent.

    So we could have the EU offer to agree yet another extension - this one would call Boris' bluff but as this will weaken his support among hard Brexiteers, I don't see him change Govt position as an extension would allow more time for protests and a vote of no-confidence AND a General Election.....

    How it is presented will be interesting!
    I have little doubt that the EU would grant yet another extension (Macron or not), but for that to happen it would need to be asked.

    But the lemmings are too busy gnawing at the fence that so far keeps them from the cliff edge, to see anything else, let alone the prospect of asking anybody for anything.

    Just listening to Reese-Mugshot the other night shows the level of self-intoxication they've arrived at.

    Whole thing is really up to all the others and I have no faith in that lot at all either.
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    Re: How will Brexit go?***W:46]***

    Quote Originally Posted by Chagos View Post
    I have little doubt that the EU would grant yet another extension (Macron or not), but for that to happen it would need to be asked.

    But the lemmings are too busy gnawing at the fence that so far keeps them from the cliff edge, to see anything else, let alone the prospect of asking anybody for anything.

    Just listening to Reese-Mugshot the other night shows the level of self-intoxication they've arrived at.

    Whole thing is really up to all the others and I have no faith in that lot at all either.
    Yea Boris would have to ask and only way I see the EU agreeing is either that there is a chance of a deal or they want to undermine Boris and his gang.

    Still say that Ireland should join Schengen.. That would change the tune in Borisland.

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    Re: How will Brexit go?***W:46]***

    Quote Originally Posted by Chagos View Post
    I have little doubt that the EU would grant yet another extension (Macron or not) ~
    Doesn't there need to be unanimity among Europe's leaders for such a decision? If Macron decides to agree that's one thing but I'm pretty certain he's against further extensions and remember the EU said "use the time well" and we most certainly have not.
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