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Farage's best buddy likes to attack our current prime minister, and encourages a calamitous no-deal Brextreme crash out. This is because he has our best interests at heart, right?

"The EU is too big to push around. Its economy is larger than that of the US. Mr Trump’s best hope of breaking Europe’s opposition to US regulatory standards is to strike a separate deal with Britain. That will only be possible if the UK fully breaks with Europe’s rules. The headlines are about tariffs. But trade talks nowadays focus on regulatory convergence. Items such as chlorinated chicken, genetically modified foods and lifting restrictions on National Health Service procurement, would be on the agenda of any US-UK trade deal.

Mr. Trump knows what he is doing. Only a no-deal Brexit would deliver a Britain desperate enough to agree to that. America First works best when other countries also go it alone. At which point Mr Trump can dictate the terms."



https://www.ft.com/content/e57ef0d2-f381-11e8-9623-d7f9881e729f?emailId=5c006572dc87ee0004978ab8
 
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Farage's best buddy likes to attack our current prime minister, and encourages a calamitous no-deal Brextreme crash out. This is because he has our best interests at heart, right?

"The EU is too big to push around. Its economy is larger than that of the US. Mr Trump’s best hope of breaking Europe’s opposition to US regulatory standards is to strike a separate deal with Britain. That will only be possible if the UK fully breaks with Europe’s rules. The headlines are about tariffs. But trade talks nowadays focus on regulatory convergence. Items such as chlorinated chicken, genetically modified foods and lifting restrictions on National Health Service procurement, would be on the agenda of any US-UK trade deal.

Mr. Trump knows what he is doing. Only a no-deal Brexit would deliver a Britain desperate enough to agree to that. America First works best when other countries also go it alone. At which point Mr Trump can dictate the terms."



https://www.ft.com/content/e57ef0d2-f381-11e8-9623-d7f9881e729f?emailId=5c006572dc87ee0004978ab8
Are. You a Lord
Farage's best buddy likes to attack our current prime minister, and encourages a calamitous no-deal Brextreme crash out. This is because he has our best interests at heart, right?

"The EU is too big to push around. Its economy is larger than that of the US. Mr Trump’s best hope of breaking Europe’s opposition to US regulatory standards is to strike a separate deal with Britain. That will only be possible if the UK fully breaks with Europe’s rules. The headlines are about tariffs. But trade talks nowadays focus on regulatory convergence. Items such as chlorinated chicken, genetically modified foods and lifting restrictions on National Health Service procurement, would be on the agenda of any US-UK trade deal.

Mr. Trump knows what he is doing. Only a no-deal Brexit would deliver a Britain desperate enough to agree to that. America First works best when other countries also go it alone. At which point Mr Trump can dictate the terms."



https://www.ft.com/content/e57ef0d2-f381-11e8-9623-d7f9881e729f?emailId=5c006572dc87ee0004978ab8
Are you a Lord Haw Haw tribute act in your spare time?
 
Tory party which is a leave party run by a remainer.
The Labour party which is a remain party run by a leaver.
It could only happen in Britain
Any wonder the country is in the state it is in.
 
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