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northernladyuk
10th October 2017, 07:41
The Brexit supporter said the EU should be treating the UK as an equal as Britain negations its exit from the Brussels bloc.
Speaking after the Prime Minister's address in the House of Commons, where she said a “creative solution” for a new economic relationship was needed, Mr Rees-Mogg took aim at the EU.
The Tory MP for North East Somerset claimed the “guidelines” set up by the EU were of their “own invention”.
He told Sky News: “These are not strict guidelines, these are guidelines they have invented for themselves.


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Jacob, Jacob, Jacob. Look at you reduced to a supplicant grovelling before the altar of EU bureaucracy. You've let yourself down, you've let Nanny down, you've let the whole school down.

The UK should be setting the rules and guidelines, and making the EU comply if they want access to the UK market. Remember, they have more to lose than the UK does.

BlasterBates
10th October 2017, 07:45
The British Empire is far bigger than the EU.

:D

scooterscot
10th October 2017, 07:48
Why some people are unable to grasp the will of a majority is beyond me. The EU has spoken. They're the top dog. The big cheese. Brexit in a nutshell..


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yC4gm_vN3s

northernladyuk
10th October 2017, 07:50
The British Empire is far bigger than the EU.

:D

And Britannia will arise anew.

http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/130/590x/secondary/Jacob-Rees-Mogg-wife-Conservative-MP-991780.jpg

sasguru
10th October 2017, 07:50
Jacob, Jacob, Jacob. Look at you reduced to a supplicant grovelling before the altar of EU bureaucracy. You've let yourself down, you've let Nanny down, you've let the whole school down.


:laugh:laugh:laugh:rollin:

The farce continues. The chaos at the top is spectacular and yet there are still the blinkered, brainwashed, bird-brained, frankly thick as mince Brexshitters who claim that this is somehow the EU's fault, spectacularly ignoring the fact that our government is still fighting among themselves like ferrets in a sack and doesn't have a coherent view on what they want.
In these circumstances, the default option becomes a hard Brexit.
And make no mistake you stupid, stupid Brexiter kunts, hard Brexit does not herald some gleaming bright future for Britain, not now, not in the medium term and not in the long term. It means the sure and permanent diminution of Britain, politically, economically and culturally- for good.

Eirikur
10th October 2017, 07:53
Well the EU is far superior in this case so that gives them the right to act like that

BlasterBates
10th October 2017, 07:56
Did anyone notice how glum the Brexiteers looked on the front bench as May served up "Brexit tripe and onions" during her speech.

:D

NotAllThere
10th October 2017, 07:58
- for good.Aha! So you admit it's a good thing then.

BrilloPad
10th October 2017, 07:59
:laugh:laugh:laugh:rollin:

The farce continues. The chaos at the top is spectacular and yet there are still the blinkered, brainwashed, bird-brained, frankly thick as mince Brextulipters who claim that this is somehow the EU's fault, spectacularly ignoring the fact that our government is still fighting among themselves like ferrets in a sack and doesn't have a coherent view on what they want.
In these circumstances, the default option becomes a hard Brexit.
And make no mistake you stupid, stupid Brexiter kunts, hard Brexit does not herald some gleaming bright future for Britain, not now, not in the medium term and not in the long term. It means the sure and permanent diminution of Britain, politically, economically and culturally- for good.

http://forums.contractoruk.com/general/80648-first-time-ever-britain-exports-more-countries-outside-eu.html

sasguru
10th October 2017, 08:00
Aha! So you admit it's a good thing then.

Brexiters on here are thick enough wiothout you confusing them further:rolleyes:

BrilloPad
10th October 2017, 08:01
JRM is mostly a twunt. However on this point I agree with him.

WTFH
10th October 2017, 08:02
Did he lash out at them in Latin?

northernladyuk
10th October 2017, 08:04
JRM is mostly a twunt. However on this point I agree with him.

A further damning blow to his credibility.

sasguru
10th October 2017, 08:19
http://forums.contractoruk.com/general/80648-first-time-ever-britain-exports-more-countries-outside-eu.html

At no point did I ever advocate LEAVING the EU, especiually on the worst possible terms.
This is one of the myths put forward by Brexiters - that you have to leave the EU to export more to the rest of the world.
But Germany does it within the EU.

But let's say we had managed to double our exports to India and China, say.
THEN we could more plausibly have left the EU.

Now, I suspect the blow caused by a hard Brexit would be the tipping point.

BrilloPad
10th October 2017, 08:25
At no point did I ever advocate LEAVING the EU, especiually on the worst possible terms.
This is one of the myths put forward by Brexiters - that you have to leave the EU to export more to the rest of the world.
But Germany does it within the EU.

But let's say we had managed to double our exports to India and China, say.
THEN we could more plausibly have left the EU.

Now, I suspect the blow caused by a hard Brexit would be the tipping point.

We have no idea what the terms of leaving the EU are.

Most Brexiters only cared about giving DC a kicking. And the feeling that there are too many people for the size of the country and the services available.

sasguru
10th October 2017, 08:26
We have no idea what the terms of leaving the EU are.

.

If the government cant make uo its mind, its nada

BrilloPad
10th October 2017, 08:28
If the government cant make uo its mind, its nada

Sounds like a good result to me. I thought that was what you wanted?

However, negotiating with 28 other countries was never going to be easy.

WTFH
10th October 2017, 08:30
However, negotiating with 28 other countries was never going to be easy.

Yeah, the current government can’t even manage 27.

BrilloPad
10th October 2017, 08:31
Yeah, the current government can’t even manage 27.

I included Turkey.....

zeitghost
10th October 2017, 08:43
And Britannia will arise anew.

http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/130/590x/secondary/Jacob-Rees-Mogg-wife-Conservative-MP-991780.jpg

And this time, no more Mr Nice Guy.

:smokin

You have been warned.

Ve vill have the smart uniforms.

BlasterBates
10th October 2017, 08:49
Dover threatened with massive traffic jams (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-10-10/brexit-threatens-dover-with-massive-traffic-jams)

Anyone crossing over to Switzerland from elsewhere in the EU knows this is precisely what will happen even when there is a really good deal.

TheFaQQer
10th October 2017, 08:52
https://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2010/4/23/1272041586602/Jacob-Rees-Mogg-001.jpg

On a lighter note, here's the cover of the upcoming JRM britpop album.

northernladyuk
10th October 2017, 08:55
We have no idea what the terms of leaving the EU are.


Well doesn't that just say it all! Although we're starting to get a glimpse that they're not going to be good terms.

darmstadt
10th October 2017, 09:19
I included Turkey.....

No, they can negotiate with Turkey:

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/jan/28/theresa-may-signs-100m-fighter-jet-deal-with-turkeys-erdogan

British, Turkish Governments Green Light TF-X Development Work | Combat Aircraft content from Aviation Week (http://aviationweek.com/combat-aircraft/british-turkish-governments-green-light-tf-x-development-work)

northernladyuk
10th October 2017, 09:22
Dover threatened with massive traffic jams (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-10-10/brexit-threatens-dover-with-massive-traffic-jams)


Nice to see some Brexit plans coming to fruition for once.

British tea, jam and biscuits will be at the heart of Britain's Brexit trade plans (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/10/18/british-tea-jam-and-biscuits-will-be-at-the-heart-of-britains-br/)

:igmc: