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    This Sky article kind of crystalises what my thinking has been over the last few days watching the Brexit negs.

    Sky Views: Brexit talks cannot succeed

    "...And that is because of a mistake Theresa May made on day one of becoming prime minister. She adopted the language and approach of the Leave campaign, hook, line and sinker and she failed to prepare the way for the inevitable compromise which would be part of any bespoke deal."
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    This Sky article kind of crystalises what my thinking has been over the last few days watching the Brexit negs.

    Sky Views: Brexit talks cannot succeed

    "...And that is because of a mistake Theresa May made on day one of becoming prime minister. She adopted the language and approach of the Leave campaign, hook, line and sinker and she failed to prepare the way for the inevitable compromise which would be part of any bespoke deal."
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    That must have been difficult for them to write.
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    Ah and there was me thinking it was because the EU27 / Barnier / Drunker were being bloody minded, protecting their bureaucracy and non-free-trade bloc.

    But no, it's all TM's fault. (c) The Independent, the Guardian, the BBC, SKY, the FT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Platypus View Post
    Ah and there was me thinking it was because the EU27 / Barnier / Drunker were being bloody minded, protecting their bureaucracy and non-free-trade bloc.

    But no, it's all TM's fault. (c) The Independent, the Guardian, the BBC, SKY, the FT.


    how is the EU not a free trade bloc ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Platypus View Post
    Ah and there was me thinking it was because the EU27 / Barnier / Drunker were being bloody minded, protecting their bureaucracy and non-free-trade bloc.

    But no, it's all TM's fault. (c) The Independent, the Guardian, the BBC, SKY, the FT.
    It is.

    As Home Secretary meeting up with her counterparts in Europe she would know how negotiation happens in the EU. So she should have been using that knowledge when she became PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Platypus View Post
    Ah and there was me thinking it was because the EU27 / Barnier / Drunker were being bloody minded, protecting their bureaucracy and non-free-trade bloc.

    But no, it's all TM's fault. (c) The Independent, the Guardian, the BBC, SKY, the FT.
    This persecution complex may make you feel better in the short term, but it won't keep the British people in jobs.
    Where there's muck there's brass.

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    There seems to be life in this thread after all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    This persecution complex may make you feel better in the short term, but it won't keep the British people in jobs.
    Nonsense. But keep on with the negativity but I do worry your old heart won't cope with the strain of all your depressive thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Equalizer View Post
    There seems to be life in this thread after all.
    It's more like something from the walking dead, just won't die.

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