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AtW
9th July 2017, 00:03
"German industry has warned Britain not to rely on its help in securing a good Brexit deal, in a stark intervention that strikes a blow at the government’s EU departure plans.

Senior ministers have repeatedly claimed since the election that Germany’s powerful exporters will exert pressure for a deal handing Britain substantial access to the EU’s markets.

However, ministers are told that it is up to the British government to limit the economic fallout from its decision to leave the single market. With the government facing new pressure from business to soften its Brexit plans, German industrialists also warn that Britain will struggle to avoid economic damage as a result of exiting the bloc.

Two of Germany’s biggest industry groups have told the Observer that their main concern during the Brexit process is protecting the single market for the remaining 27 members, even if this harms trade with Britain."

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/jul/08/german-industry-warns-uk-over-brexit

greenlake
9th July 2017, 02:12
German industry warns UK not to expect help in Brexit talks

There's no love for Russia either....

http://i.imgur.com/QdoXDsb.gif

PurpleGorilla
9th July 2017, 08:23
EEA looks all but a done deal TBH, so this is irrelevant. We will still have single market access, and we will still buy German cars.

BrilloPad
9th July 2017, 08:36
Good. Lets have a hard Brexit.

WTFH
9th July 2017, 08:43
Good. Lets have a hard Brexit.

It's what the EU wants.

VectraMan
9th July 2017, 08:47
We don't need to buy German cars any more. Trump's going to let us buy American instead, and all it'll cost us is the NHS.

WTFH
9th July 2017, 09:32
We don't need to buy German cars any more. Trump's going to let us buy American instead, and all it'll cost us is the NHS.

We could always buy British cars, like Vauxhalls - that would stick two fingers up at European car makers if we do that.
Or buy Japanese - that might encourage them to make a trade deal with us. Buy Nissans. The Europeans won't like that.
Or maybe get yourself a Toyota Aygo. Better than giving your money to BMW for a Mini, or Renault for a Twingo.
Or a Mitsubishi Outlander - there's a hybrid one of them too.

But if we're going to buy American, how about a Jeep?

Paddy
9th July 2017, 09:36
We could always buy British cars, like Vauxhalls - that would stick two fingers up at European car makers if we do that.
Or buy Japanese - that might encourage them to make a trade deal with us. Buy Nissans. The Europeans won't like that.
Or maybe get yourself a Toyota Aygo. Better than giving your money to BMW for a Mini, or Renault for a Twingo.
Or a Mitsubishi Outlander - there's a hybrid one of them too.

But if we're going to buy American, how about a Jeep?

Not forgetting that Vauxhall is now owned by the French Peugeot Citroen Group

WTFH
9th July 2017, 09:40
Not forgetting that Vauxhall is now owned by the French Peugeot Citroen Group

Whoooooooosh

BlasterBates
9th July 2017, 10:13
...and in the EEA the UK stay for years and years as each of the hundreds of laws that need to be repealed have to be voted on.

Brexit DERAILED: MPs plan to sabotage repeal bill as Theresa May celebrates anniversary | Politics | News | Express.co.uk (http://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/826466/Brexit-plot-Theresa-May-anniversary-European-Union-Repeal-Bill)


A cross-party group of politicians - both MPs and peers - are believed to be in talks about how to water down the government’s plan for a hard Brexit.

Anti-Brexit campaigners have revealed they plan to push for a “legislative war” of the Repeal Bill, to be published this Thursday - the first anniversary of Theresa May becoming prime minister.

The group plan to prevent the government from using so-called Henry VIII powers contained in the bill, which would allow Mrs May and her team to rewrite hundreds of laws without primary legislation.

But senior government sources warned if the plot was successful, the result could delay Brexit “for years” as the government would have to let MPs vote on hundreds of other laws and amendments.

Brexit relies on the so called Henry VIII powers which allows the government to bulldoze its legislation through without consulting parliament.

:D

stek
9th July 2017, 10:34
...and in the EEA the UK stay for years and years as each of the hundreds of laws that need to be repealed have to be voted on.

Brexit DERAILED: MPs plan to sabotage repeal bill as Theresa May celebrates anniversary | Politics | News | Express.co.uk (http://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/826466/Brexit-plot-Theresa-May-anniversary-European-Union-Repeal-Bill)



Brexit relies on the so called Henry VIII powers which allows the government to bulldoze its legislation through without consulting parliament.

:D

AKA The Enabling Laws, copywrite A. Hitler.....

scooterscot
9th July 2017, 10:57
There's no love for Russia either....

Saw that gif a few times in my facebook feed. Hilarious. Merkel has probably increased her popularity with that one. Anyone want to bet €10k?

scooterscot
9th July 2017, 10:57
EEA looks all but a done deal TBH, so this is irrelevant. We will still have single market access, and we will still buy German cars.

And you still have freedom of movement.

BlasterBates
9th July 2017, 11:13
And you still have freedom of movement.

...and the shared sovereignty on trade and agriculture will now be given up entirely, leaving the UK less sovereign that it was before.

:D

AtW
9th July 2017, 11:26
We don't need to buy German cars any more. Trump's going to let us buy American instead, and all it'll cost us is the NHS.

He will extend Trumpcare to UK, simples

AtW
9th July 2017, 11:30
...and the shared sovereignty on trade and agriculture will now be given up entirely, leaving the UK less sovereign that it was before.

:D

It's all worth it as long as nobody wants to go to Britain - Tory Scum will make it so bad that Syrian refugees will run back to Syria

BlasterBates
9th July 2017, 12:09
UK businesses ‘not positive enough’ about huge meteor heading towards London (http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/business/uk-businesses-not-positive-enough-about-huge-meteor-heading-towards-london-20170707131320)

vetran
9th July 2017, 12:26
Isn't it funny the way Britain constantly try to do the right thing and see how they are repaid.

BlasterBates
9th July 2017, 12:35
UK industry warns on trade deal with the US (Trade deals are complex “and we don’t want to walk into a bear hug,” CBI President Paul Drechsler told the Sophy Ridge on Sunday show on Sky.)


Trade deals are complex “and we don’t want to walk into a bear hug,” CBI President Paul Drechsler told the Sophy Ridge on Sunday show on Sky.

The US-Australian trade deal led to less trade under George Bush.

AtW
9th July 2017, 13:37
Isn't it funny the way Britain constantly try to do the right thing and see how they are repaid.

:rollin:

You need to see a doctor mate, hurry up before NHS is broken up under terms of deal with Trump.

PurpleGorilla
9th July 2017, 14:06
And you still have freedom of movement.

Indeed. It's what remoaners want.