Brexit


#766

In fairness Davis wasn’t impressed by all accounts at Boris’ remarks


#767

Davis is another one out of his depth.


#768

With the crazy hair and shiowbiz antics maybe he is from the same planet as Trump!


#769

https://uk.yahoo.com/finance/news/brexit-govt-admits-first-time-will-settle-financial-obligations-eu-092243907.html

Granted, that last link is not yet news but speculation.


#770

How predictable


#771

Hard brexit here we come. Not good news for us. Or the U.K.


#772

Or no Brexit at all. Still would not be shocked if it doesn’t happen. Merkel and Macron have both indicated they it can be reversed and wouldn’t be against it.


#773

Always a possibility that we will be shored up/bolstered to underline the strength and positives of membership … and to exacerbate the fallout of the UK vote …


#774

Lord Kerr of Kinlochard - who helped draft Article 50 - only ever believed it would be triggered by a dictorial regime within the EU.


#775

#776

This is really is not going to end well for britannia … oh well.


#777

Those spitful bastards taking away something thats only available to EU Citizens :joy:


#778

British immigrants.


#779

or Ex-Pats as they like to call themselves. God forbid they ever call themselves immigrants…


#780

#781

Does http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/uk-eu-divorce-bill-half-pay-brexit-leave-campaign-referendum-350-million-brussels-a7881286.html qualify as fake news?


#782

#783

:joy::joy::joy::joy:


#784

Broadley speaking that’s just classic. :laughing:


#785

this is going well