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    EU getting ‘impatient’ over negotiations

    Boris needs to stop faffing around and sign the deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    EU getting ‘impatient’ over negotiations

    Boris needs to stop faffing around and sign the deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    EU getting ‘impatient’ over negotiations

    Boris needs to stop faffing around and sign the deal.
    Barnier needs to realise he needs to tone down the piss-taking, and there might be a deal Boris can sign.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mordac View Post
    Barnier needs to realise he needs to tone down the piss-taking, and there might be a deal Boris can sign.
    The UK holds all the cards and can afford to wait for the EUSSR to throw in the towel at the last minute so Merkel can sell her 'luxury' cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Greg View Post
    The UK holds all the cards and can afford to wait for the EUSSR to throw in the towel at the last minute so Merkel can sell her 'luxury' cars.
    We'll see.
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    The EU might offer another 0.5% on the fishing quotas if Boris plays hardball and slap on quotas to energy imports.
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    The UK is now offering the EU 40% of its fish and it was still rejected, sounds to me like the result of Brexit will be winning back half control.

    UK's generous offer on fish rejected
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    Brexit: UK has lowered demands on fish catches, says EU


    A number of member states, including France, whose president, Emmanuel Macron, has repeatedly stressed the importance of protecting Europe’s fisheries, told Barnier they would prefer to restart the negotiations in 2021 than rush into a deal that would damage their coastal communities.
    It seems to me that the EU will simply allow a "crash-out" and continue the negotiations into 2021.
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    After crash out there will be no EU market to sell UK caught fish and UK fishermen (left without any UK support) will welcome any deal, at the same time EU fishing communities will get full financial support.

    Problem solved for Boris and EU, and UK fishermen fooked again by Tory Scum

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    Brexit: UK has lowered demands on fish catches, says EU




    It seems to me that the EU will simply allow a "crash-out" and continue the negotiations into 2021.
    A number of member states, including France, whose president, Emmanuel Macron, has repeatedly stressed the importance of protecting Europe’s fisheries, told Barnier they would prefer to restart the negotiations in 2021 than rush into a deal that would damage their coastal communities.
    I hope the irony isn't lost on anyone. The French designed the CFP purely so they could absolutely rape foreign waters with impunity.
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