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Daily Express Brexit news 30 May 2020

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  1. Notch7

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    Brexit warning: UK desperately needs trade deal more than EU, experts believe

    THE UK desperately needs a comprehensive post-Brexit free trade agreement with the EU more than Brussels requires it with London, political experts have warned, as the impact of a no deal scenario could be "far more severe" for Britain.

    “The EU holds all the advantage in the post-Brexit trade talks."


     
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    Brexit warning: EU desperately needs trade deal more than UK experts believe

    THE EU desperately needs a comprehensive post-Brexit free trade agreement with the UK more than London requires it with Brussels, political experts have warned, as the impact of a no deal scenario could be "far more severe" for the EU.

    “The UK holds all the advantage in the post-Brexit trade talks."



    See what I did there? ;)
     
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    but you are not an expert, and you have falsely attributed beliefs to non-existent experts.

    "Doug99 posts a lot of nonsense, King of England believes"
     
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    I think we can all safely agree that the EU are collectively sh1tt1ing their pants.
     
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    Why? Give some reasons.
     
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    The recession will be twice as deep as the 2008 financial crisis, as Ms Lagarade said the bloc faced a “massive economic crisis and one that was literally unheard of in peace time for the damage it is causing”.

    Remoaners claim we are the ones heading for the cliff edge.
    >titter<
    barnier says contemptibly ....."shut the door on the way out".
    No problem boyo.
     
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    I'm waiting,
     
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    Shortfall in budget and countries collectively wishing to pay less rather than more.

    Coronavirus bailout further compounding budget shortfalls.

    Importance of UK as a consumer to Germany, France and Italy, germany's the main one, beyond France and Italy the remaining countries are of little consequence.

    Dependence of a number of countries on access to our fishing waters.

    Reliance on the UK for intelligence.

    I could go on but, it's late.
     
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    Keep your hair on (if you've got any).
     
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    The contraction in 2020 across the EU will be 7.4 percent, far bigger than the 4.5 percent decline in 2009,
    https://www.politico.eu/article/the-eus-covid-19-economic-heart-attack/

    How do you think they will weather the coming economic down turn storm?
    Usual practice is milk the cash cows. Guess what?
    One has just left the bloc.
    >titter<
     
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    No shlit Sherlock!

    We are a small cog in the European economy these days, there is little we produce that EU countries cannot easily get elsewhere.

    We're leaving, or have left, the EU. People wanted a hard Brexit, the government wanted it, so lets embrace it.

    Tighten those belts.
     
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    that must have been a brief career.
     
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    We produce £9 billion for them each year.
    Lets see them get it else where given the economic schitt storm that is heading their way.
     
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