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originally posted by: BelowLowAnnouncement
I didn't vote for any deal and nor did anyone I know. We voted to leave the EU. There wasn't much talk at the forefront of any Leave conversations about a deal before the vote. We didn't expect the EU to play nice.
originally posted by: links234
What this post tells me is that people who voted to leave have a fundamental misunderstanding of international treaties and agreements. A 'hard Brexit' where you just stop being in the EU with no other agreements means you don't get to go to the EU, you don't get to trade with the EU. There are no rules and regulations governing moving in and out of the EU from or to Britain.
Voting to leave with this idea that you would just be your own country, or something, absolutely fails to explain how you intend on maintaining trade and movement of peoples. OK, we get it, you live on an island...that doesn't mean you have to exist on one.
They make agreements to trade with the EU
The EU has trade deals with a large number of countries, including Canada, South Korea, and Mexico, although not with the US, India, China, or Australia
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: UKTruth
Im for whatever results equals less austerity, no recession, and most definitely no Tory tampering with our human rights.
I'm for a future for my kid, where Westminster are restrained somewhat form tampering with there existence.
Just to be perfectly clear.