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The pathetic petulant Eu

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gasbanni, 29 Jun 2018.

  1. gasbanni

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    How silly and bloody minded can they get intending to exclude Good old blighty from security and intelligence sharing........what a silly silly load of Europhials. ...... its beyond words how silly they are .....how gratifying that the leavers took the day......
     
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    I hear Theresa's having a house party next week to try to agree UK's objectives with a bunch of petulant toddlers calling themselves her Cabinet.

    If they ever manage to do that, they can start discussing them with the EU.

    Two years, and not even decided what they want yet.

    Bunch of twots.

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    Its no use that guy shouting at Barnier, he wont listen.
    EU, bunch of twunts.
     
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    "Prime Minister Theresa May has been unable to say much new at this summit - the last one before October - because she has yet to get her cabinet to agree on a blueprint for the UK's future relationship with the EU"

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-44655080

    "The European Council president said the "most difficult" issues were unresolved and "quick progress" was needed if agreement was to be reached by October."

    she has yet to get her cabinet to agree


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    "And after more than two years, this time next week ministers should be nearing the conclusion of their country retreat at Chequers.

    It's there that the prime minister hopes to find resolution in her team on a more detailed offer to the rest of the EU - easing, if not removing, all the contradictions in the Tories' positions."

    And after more than two years, this time next week ministers should be nearing the conclusion of their country retreat at Chequers.

    It's there that the prime minister hopes to find resolution in her team on a more detailed offer to the rest of the EU - easing, if not removing, all the contradictions
    in the Tories' positions."

    hopes
     
  7. ellal

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    "The pathetic petulant Eu"?

    Since the UK helped draw up the rules of the club, then when we become a 'third country' we should abide by said rules.

    Unless of course you believe that all 'third countries' should have access to EU security/intelligence?

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    Did you consider this when you voted out. The EU was more than just freedom of movement of people. What about the aviation industry, medical etc.

    We wanted out and out means out from all the EU institutions so why are you getting angry you are getting exactly what you wanted.

    We are getting our country back which means we are now on our own - you voted for this.
     
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    I found TM's speech a bit inflammatory.
    If the EU refuses UK access to their information on potential terrorists, it will make the EU citizens less safe???
    How does that work then? I can understand it if TM had claimed it would make UK citizens less safe, but she did not.

    Oh, I see, if the EU denies UK access to its information, the UK will reciprocate, which TM argues, will make EU citizens less safe.
    But that is TM making a unilateral decision: because we cannot access your information we will deny you access to ours!

    And the Brexiteers claim that the EU is punishing UK? :rolleyes:

    As others have said, when you leave the club, you forgo all benefits. You can try to negotiate your access to some, but at a cost.
    If you decide to leave the club, then realise you had not properly thought it through ............................................


    You all know what to do!

    And obviously, according to the PM, leaving the EU makes EU and UK citizens less safe!
    Well that was a brilliant idea! :rolleyes:
    Who thought of that one? :rolleyes:
     
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    Not to worry...will soon be out of EU and all of its nonsense..Yipppeeeeee..And to answer your replies....no couldnt give a flying fig of job losses etc...just gtfo
     
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    gasbag still grumbles that his ex-wife won't cook his Sunday dinner for him.
     
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    Yep, because once we're out of the eu there will be no more water leaks, blocked drains, dripping taps.
     
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    Actually they'll probably be more 'water leaks, blocked drains, dripping taps'...

    Because with the job losses (that dodoplumber doesn't care about) , less money will be available to fix them!

    Think potholes ;)
     
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    Which jobs are going ? MEP, yes, but which others?
     
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    Whst a load of garbage.

    EU citizens would be less safe because the EU petulantly threatens to cut UK from access to security database, despite the fact the UK contrribute significantly.

    Aah bless Wannabes upset, because he has been proved wrong, once more :ROFLMAO:

    I havent seen any UK embassies closing this week. Do think it might be next week?(n) I just wondered when it might happen so I can keep an eye out.
     
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