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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ellal, 9 Sep 2020.

  1. Notch7

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    I thought you were a lawyer

    If so you might understand the Withdrawal Agreement has been signed, set into EU law, UK law, International law

    the Withdrawal agreement has been done and dusted, leaving without agreeing a trade deal makes no difference, the WA still stands
     
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    Total brexiteer bolox, you should be ashamed for uttering such stupidity

    being outside the Single Market will easily cost as much and more than the membership fee.
    perhaps you should get you nose out of the Telegraph for a day, you might learn something
     
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    Of course it does

    anyway it was the deal that Boris Johnson signed and you voted for him
     
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    Rubbish

    the UK is totally unprepared for transition at the end of the year, it is nowhere near ready with IT infrastructure for haulage and customs declarations, so how do you think those will get done, on a scrap of paper?

    this is a government that cant order some PPE and get test and trace working, how on earth are they going to cope with the 200 million customs declarations needed per year
     
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    If Boris Johnson wanted to protect the UKs interests, we wouldnt be leaving.
     
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    Thats a different argument. If you intend to leave there appeared to be two good options: (1 & 3)

    1. get on with it, face the impact and evolve
    2. Dither about, delaying and extending spending money but ultimately heading for 1
    3. do a deal but this would never be easy with one side striving to improve the position (Brexit bonus) and the other side striving to make it worse (no cherry picking being out can't be as good as being in).

    I hope we get a deal, I think we will. But if we end up with 1, we probably should have gone directly there to start..

    I'm not arguing that the WA can be broken without consequence it absolutely cannot, unless bojo can argue bad faith. Who knows. Lawyers are not immune from politics. His and anyone else.
     
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    No idea. Do tell. Or here's a thought...get a life. If you're that passionate about this, you having all the answers, perhaps you're wasting your time talking to a handful of Brexers on a two bit DIY forum??
    You make no difference to your cause here. If this is therapy for you fine. Enjoy. Don't ever think you matter though. You don't.
     
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    doesnt exist, never did

    Well not quite true, it does exist for Tories and their mates, not for the general public who will suffer.
     
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    Mitch here you are busy taking time to post that I should "get a life"....gee dont you spot the irony

    the reality is, it winds you up :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Both parties are subject to the committee decisions on how to interpret and operate the NI Protocol.
    In the event of a lack of agreement, it goes to the ECJ, both parties agreed to this in the WA.
    If it goes to ECJ, and the ECJ rules against UK, but UK chooses to ignore the ECJ Ruling, it will be a further breach of international law.
     
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    If you say so.

    https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/bills/cbill/58-01/0177/20177.pdf
     
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    says Ceres foaming at the mouth

    calm down Old Bean, have a soothing cup of tea
     
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