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Excellent, hopefully her resignation. A No Deal PM and we’ll be thriving in a few years.
Excellent, hopefully a People's Vote and we'll Remain in the EU and we'll be thriving in weeks.
We already had one of those 2 1/2 years ago...
When new evidence comes to light, a new trial is held. No different to the situation we’re in now.
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He has the perfect voice for the job
So after all this circus, time wasting & needless charade we need options like: A people's vote OR A people's vote OR A people's vote OR A people's vote OR A people's vote OR A people's vote OR A people's vote #PeoplesVoteNow
It’s been set, 23rd June 2016, make sure you put it in the diary!
Im minding in others country’s affairs, but even i, from argentina, know that the campaign was full of lies and V.Putin funneled tons of campaign money.trying devide the west. You took the bait. Im sure you have issues against europe. But you’ll have a very hard time outside it.
i doubt even David De Gea could save Theresa may now!!
What would be nice if all out elected representatives got together, abandoned their career plans, and worked out a coherent deal. Currently the EU cannot deal with us became everyone in parliament has a different idea
There is no option to do that. Should have been done before A50 called. Then we'd have realised Brexit as promised undeliverable. So it's DES. #RevokeA50
Now will you listen #PM that this deal is crap and not acceptable to anyone. As it is #Brexit in the name only. We need a real Brexit for real. So the #EU leaders need to stop playing games with the #UK.
What games? The UK is 1/7th the size of the EU27. It's just typical english arrogance to think you can dictate terms. Frankly the deal she got was better for the UK than most thought possible, and better than many members thought reasonable.
We are the second largest contributor to EU budget.
Meanwhile in the real world: http://ec.europa.eu/budget/figures/2007-2013/index_en.cfm … You are the 4th largest contributor after Italy even before the rebate. You also got more than half the money back through rebates, contracts and grants, meaning a net contribution of less than €9b (which is a trivial amount)
I'd add that other members have no problem filling a budget hole of less than €9bn. Combined GDP of the EU27 is nearly €16,000bn. Ireland and Finland have both already volunteered to contribute more.
Where did you source those figures, and where did you read any country has volunteered ANY more funds?
Oh... and I forgot to add this one: http://ec.europa.eu/budget/figures/2007-2013/index_en.cfm … (note that this includes rebate but excludes money received back through expenditure)
So the EU27 are perfectly ok with our no deal departure then? Everyone’s happy.