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Thread: " Mrs Foster : "deal with the fatal flaws in the Withdrawal Agreement"

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    Politics.ie Member Mickeymac's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by raetsel View Post
    A hard border is not your friend, DOG.
    The DUP have become turkeys voting for Christmas as they steer us toward a no-deal Brexit | The Independent


    Ignore these opinion polls at your peril.


    Very good piece there by Ben Kelly in your link, will keep an eye out for him in future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by recedite View Post
    Norway does not have any say in the matter.
    Norway only gets a say in a deal between Norway and the EU.


    Don't shoot the messenger pal, simply quoting the crap presented to the press and public by these loons who appear to be holding Britain to ransom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by death or glory View Post
    Those are the boys who will make Eire have a hard border when there is no deal.
    I'm sure he very reassured.
    Have the sweats started yet son ? .. lmfao

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    Quote Originally Posted by raetsel View Post

    On the one side you have a country which is torn apart over Brexit, and cannot get a majority in parliament for any single option, or any route out of the mess they have gotten themselves into. On the other side you have a grouping of 27 nations with a remarkable unity of purpose, who have never blinked throughout the withdrawal negotiations, who have never even remotely shown that they are likely to crack.
    Who do you think is going to win that one, DOG?
    Deep down I think even the dog has the brain power to work this one out lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by raetsel View Post
    A hard border is not your friend, DOG.
    The DUP have become turkeys voting for Christmas as they steer us toward a no-deal Brexit | The Independent


    Ignore these opinion polls at your peril.

    this is the most extraordinary & exasperating thing about all this .... these loony crackpots are seemingly blind to this .. hilarious !

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    Quote Originally Posted by recedite View Post
    Norway does not have any say in the matter.
    Norway only gets a say in a deal between Norway and the EU.
    I believe MM may be talking about the EFTA ... Norway have said they dont want the UK in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angler View Post
    Ah Doggie, Theresa just pushed you in front of the Bus and you didn't even notice.
    ah sure being under the bus will be no problem to the dog, wasnt he the first 9 yo bomb disposal expert and is well used to be under vehicles of all sorts lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by AhNowStop View Post
    ah sure being under the bus will be no problem to the dog, wasnt he the first 9 yo bomb disposal expert and is well used to be under vehicles of all sorts lol



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    Default What happens if there is 'no deal' on 30-3-2019

    Maybe should have it's own thread.

    My answer would be: there'll be furious dealing to put together an alternative deal, which will either be ...indistinguishable from the current one, or the Norway model ( no plus, no say, contribute danegeld as per-usual), or Canada ( which has been in place for about a year and took ten years to negotiate is scarcely different to no deal).

    And of course the food-aid shipments to the UK.

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    We'll see how it goes on Tuesday. Failing that....second referendum seems the only way to avoid no deal.

    If no deal happens, I think there'll be a bunch of small emergency deals to keep planes flying, etc. but it'll still be a disaster. Food and Energy security in the UK will be severely pushed, riots won't be far behind.

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