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UK Referendum 23 June 2016 - Will it be an EU BREXIT or Not?

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posted on Nov, 14 2017 @ 03:39 PM
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originally posted by: 83Liberty
I'm pleased to announce that we, along with Ireland, Denmark and Malta, didn't sign up to the EU army today.


That would be the EU army that was never in the works and would never happen... until it did.




posted on Nov, 14 2017 @ 04:02 PM
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a reply to: UKTruth
Yeah you would have been a dangerous fantasist if you had believed that.
Here's the EU's press release...
europa.eu...

Obviously they don't mention the phrase 'EU army' but if you read the details it is an EU army but has a fancy name called Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO).

I think the EU will have each nation specialise in areas like navy, jets, helicopters etc and have a central command center in Brussels.

Crazy how big this news actually is and not much in the media at all about it (probably for good reason!)
This may even deserve it's own thread.
edit on 83004bAmerica/ChicagoTue, 14 Nov 2017 16:04:04 -06003017 by 83Liberty because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 15 2017 @ 07:21 AM
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It should be wrote into law because the people have decreed BREXIT with their democratic vote! Out means OUT as per A50 specifies!!


U.K. Tories Attack May's `Mad' Brexit Date Law, Threaten Revolt

www.msn.com...



posted on Nov, 17 2017 @ 07:49 AM
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They need the trade deal more than we do.....me thinks because they know how important the continuity of supply chains are to EU companies!

Britain will be forced to accept a Canada-style trade deal with EU, leaked document reveals

www.msn.com...



posted on Nov, 17 2017 @ 08:55 AM
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It appears and becomes more apparent by the day that the people of

UK/GB have more faith in their country than any of the MP's elected

by these same people.


These elected by the people MP's would do better to look toward the

people they are supposed to represent than where they

are currently looking toward and to placate the EU.


Just what are they afraid of?? Its the people of GB/UK who will OR will

not keep them in their cushy jobs, and the people are displeased

sooooo MP's of the UK/GB ......


Be afraid ..... very afraid, your days may well be numbered



posted on Nov, 18 2017 @ 07:33 AM
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originally posted by: eletheia



It appears and becomes more apparent by the day that the people of

UK/GB have more faith in their country than any of the MP's elected

by these same people.


These elected by the people MP's would do better to look toward the

people they are supposed to represent than where they

are currently looking toward and to placate the EU.


Just what are they afraid of?? Its the people of GB/UK who will OR will

not keep them in their cushy jobs, and the people are displeased

sooooo MP's of the UK/GB ......


Be afraid ..... very afraid, your days may well be numbered
Yes they are a disgrace and should jointly take responsibility for timely delivery of the British peoples democratic wish! And they should do it proudly. I get the impression that there are many PTB don't like the fact that the sleeping lion as awoke!!



posted on Nov, 18 2017 @ 07:42 AM
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Blackmail or desperation on the part of EU cronies. A holes!

EU gives Theresa May two weeks to up divorce bill and stop talks stalling

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posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 10:29 AM
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I think the B will be ballistic as opposed to bananas! The EU should be told to FOff.


Voters Will 'Go Bananas' At £40bn Brexit Divorce Bill, Warns Tory MP


www.msn.com...



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 11:50 AM
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I really don't get this.
Is there not a decent MP or Media out there who can say that we shouldn't be giving them a penny and if they think we owe them money, then give us the bill which shows what we owe and why. Then we can talk/negotiate it!

Don't just hand over them some random (or ransom for the better word) money.



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 03:08 PM
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Agree! Since when did the figures be agreed prior to agreeing whats in it!



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 07:53 PM
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Came across this thought it was apt


Hello Mr Davis", says Mr Barnier. "I'm sorry to hear you are no longer renewing your club membership, if you would like to come to my office we can settle your account".
"I have settled my bar bill" says Mr Davis..
"Ah yes Mr Davis", says Mr Barnier, "but there are other matters that need settlement"

In Mr Barniers office Mr Davis explains that he has settled his bar bill so wonders what else he can possibly owe the Golf Club? "Well Mr Davis" begins Mr Barnier, "you did agree to buy one of our Club Jackets".
"Yes" agrees Mr Davis "I did agree to buy a jacket but I haven't received it yet". "As soon as you supply the jacket I will send you a cheque for the full amount".
"That will not be possible" explains Mr Barnier. "As you are no longer a club member you will not be entitled to buy one of our jackets"!
"But you still want me to pay for it" exclaims Mr Davis.
"Yes" says Mr Barnier, "That will be £500 for the jacket. "There is also your bar bill".

"But I've already settled my bar bill" says Mr Davis. "Yes" says Mr Barnier, "but as you can appreciate, we need to place our orders from the Brewery in advance to ensure our bar is properly stocked".. "You regularly used to spend at least £50 a week in the bar so we have placed orders with the brewery accordingly for the coming year". "You therefore owe us £2600 for the year".
"Will you still allow me to have these drinks?" asks Mr Davis. "No of course not Mr Davis". "You are no longer a club member!" says Mr Barnier.

"Next is your restaurant bill" continues Mr Barnier. "In the same manner we have to make arrangements in advance with our catering suppliers". "Your average restaurant bill was in the order of £300 a month, so we'll require payment of £3600 for the next year"."Will you still allow me to have these drinks?" asks Mr Davis. "No of course not Mr Davis". "You are no longer a club member!" says Mr Barnier.

"Next is your restaurant bill" continues Mr Barnier. "In the same manner we have to make arrangements in advance with our catering suppliers". "Your average restaurant bill was in the order of £300 a month, so we'll require payment of £3600 for the next year".
"I don't suppose you'll be letting me have these meals either" asks Mr Davis.
"No, of course not" says an irritated Mr Barnier, "you are no longer a club member!"

"Then of course" Mr Barnier continues, "there are repairs to the clubhouse roof".
"Clubhouse roof" exclaims Mr Davis, "What's that got to do with me?"
"Well it still needs to be repaired and the builders are coming in next week", your share of the bill is £2000".
"I see" says Mr Davis, "anything else?".

"Now you mention it" says Mr Barnier, "there is Fred the Barman's pension". "We would like you to pay £5 a week towards Fred's pension when he retires next month". "He's not well you know so I doubt we'll need to ask you for payment for longer than about five years, so £1300 should do it". "This brings your total bill to £10,000" says Mr Barnier. "Let me get this straight" says Mr Davis, "you want me to pay £500 for a jacket you won't let me have, £2600 for beverages you won't let me drink and £3600 for food you won't let me eat, all under a roof I won't be allowed under and not served by a bloke who's going to retire next month!"
"Yes, it's all perfectly clear and quite reasonable" says Mr Barnier.
"
Piss off!" says Mr Davis ..................................... This is what the EU negotiations is all about






RP2SticksOfDynamite look in your message box.



posted on Nov, 21 2017 @ 09:40 AM
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originally posted by: eletheia

Came across this thought it was apt


Hello Mr Davis", says Mr Barnier. "I'm sorry to hear you are no longer renewing your club membership, if you would like to come to my office we can settle your account".
"I have settled my bar bill" says Mr Davis..
"Ah yes Mr Davis", says Mr Barnier, "but there are other matters that need settlement"

In Mr Barniers office Mr Davis explains that he has settled his bar bill so wonders what else he can possibly owe the Golf Club? "Well Mr Davis" begins Mr Barnier, "you did agree to buy one of our Club Jackets".
"Yes" agrees Mr Davis "I did agree to buy a jacket but I haven't received it yet". "As soon as you supply the jacket I will send you a cheque for the full amount".
"That will not be possible" explains Mr Barnier. "As you are no longer a club member you will not be entitled to buy one of our jackets"!
"But you still want me to pay for it" exclaims Mr Davis.
"Yes" says Mr Barnier, "That will be £500 for the jacket. "There is also your bar bill".

"But I've already settled my bar bill" says Mr Davis. "Yes" says Mr Barnier, "but as you can appreciate, we need to place our orders from the Brewery in advance to ensure our bar is properly stocked".. "You regularly used to spend at least £50 a week in the bar so we have placed orders with the brewery accordingly for the coming year". "You therefore owe us £2600 for the year".
"Will you still allow me to have these drinks?" asks Mr Davis. "No of course not Mr Davis". "You are no longer a club member!" says Mr Barnier.

"Next is your restaurant bill" continues Mr Barnier. "In the same manner we have to make arrangements in advance with our catering suppliers". "Your average restaurant bill was in the order of £300 a month, so we'll require payment of £3600 for the next year"."Will you still allow me to have these drinks?" asks Mr Davis. "No of course not Mr Davis". "You are no longer a club member!" says Mr Barnier.

"Next is your restaurant bill" continues Mr Barnier. "In the same manner we have to make arrangements in advance with our catering suppliers". "Your average restaurant bill was in the order of £300 a month, so we'll require payment of £3600 for the next year".
"I don't suppose you'll be letting me have these meals either" asks Mr Davis.
"No, of course not" says an irritated Mr Barnier, "you are no longer a club member!"

"Then of course" Mr Barnier continues, "there are repairs to the clubhouse roof".
"Clubhouse roof" exclaims Mr Davis, "What's that got to do with me?"
"Well it still needs to be repaired and the builders are coming in next week", your share of the bill is £2000".
"I see" says Mr Davis, "anything else?".

"Now you mention it" says Mr Barnier, "there is Fred the Barman's pension". "We would like you to pay £5 a week towards Fred's pension when he retires next month". "He's not well you know so I doubt we'll need to ask you for payment for longer than about five years, so £1300 should do it". "This brings your total bill to £10,000" says Mr Barnier. "Let me get this straight" says Mr Davis, "you want me to pay £500 for a jacket you won't let me have, £2600 for beverages you won't let me drink and £3600 for food you won't let me eat, all under a roof I won't be allowed under and not served by a bloke who's going to retire next month!"
"Yes, it's all perfectly clear and quite reasonable" says Mr Barnier.
"
Piss off!" says Mr Davis ..................................... This is what the EU negotiations is all about






RP2SticksOfDynamite look in your message box.
Exactly. Very apt!

Also see the links below


leave.eu...

www.leave-the-eu.org.uk...


Assume it is the 2nd link that is the one you mentioned, Yes

edit on 21-11-2017 by RP2SticksOfDynamite because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 25 2017 @ 03:56 AM
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We should tell them where to shove their 10 days. Boris can you oblige?


EU Gives Theresa May 10-Day Deadline Over Brexit Concessions


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posted on Nov, 25 2017 @ 08:12 AM
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So what......


Australia attacks UK-EU Brexit plan to share quotas for cheap food imports

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posted on Nov, 25 2017 @ 09:18 AM
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Is it not obvious that the EU is blatantly trying its very best to make the UK Brexit Team look inadequate and incapable of negotiating a deal so as to either a) get a better deal for the EU (more money) or b) get the UK to change its mind on Brexit (thus f..k the democratic wishes of the British people - so much for being democrats)?


EU officials scornful over UK's performance in Brexit negotiations, leaked report shows

www.telegraph.co.uk...



posted on Nov, 26 2017 @ 01:31 AM
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And they are not the only ones to be piss.d! There is no way we should accept any rules now that we are leaving. Time to tell the EU to kindly and politely to f..k off


EU demands in next round of talks set to enrage Cabinet Brexiteers, leak reveals

uk.yahoo.com...



posted on Nov, 26 2017 @ 02:29 PM
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EU officials are not always honest about how far Brexit talks have progressed, Ruth Davidson claims

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posted on Nov, 28 2017 @ 06:18 AM
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As long as they don't come up with some unacceptable demands and they may press for more now that week cracked on the 20m.


Brexit agreement hopefully in 'next few days', EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier says

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posted on Nov, 28 2017 @ 06:23 AM
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Now this is what I think. And longer term we will do better.


Brexit without EU trade deal 'not end of world': WTO chief

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posted on Nov, 28 2017 @ 06:27 AM
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This stinks of a cover-up': MPs are furious after the government releases redacted Brexit reports

www.msn.com... oPWjQ




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