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  1. On "this week" this week Mr Portillo stated that Mrs May won't get hard Brexit through the electorate, cabinet, party, commons or lords. Hard Brexit is leaving the EU on WTO terms. Anything else is soft Brexit. If we don't get a deal we are on WTO terms. WTO terms would be very difficult for us. It would be difficult for European countries. It would be an existential catastrophe for the EU. The EU will face immediate budgetary issues with a massive imbalance of income to spending commitments. Mr Portillo is wrong, as unless the electorate, cabinet, party, commons, lords, 27 countries and the EU can agree on a deal we will have hard Brexit
  2. ?Why were the DUP not in the BBC debates? They had the same number of MPs as the Liberal Democrats.
  3. Macron was at the 2014 Bilderberg meeting http://www.theeuroprobe.org/2017-014-bilderberg-attendees/ FRANCE Castries, Henri de Chairman and CEO, AXA Group François Baroin – Member of Parliament (UMP); Mayor of Troyes Nicolas Baverez – Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP Pierre-André de Chalendar – Chairman and CEO, Saint-Gobain Fleur Pellerin – State Secretary for Foreign Trade Natalie Nougayrède – Director and Executive Editor, Le Monde Emmanuel Macron -Deputy Secretary General of the Presidency Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2014/05/29/bilderberg-copenhagen-2014-full-list-of-official-attendees-4744401/#ixzz4fHBU2bjo
  4. PWC, the global brand of Auditors that have recently failed at the Oscars have their mission statement as to provide "high-quality audits based on clear leadership and creative teamwork." Creative audits........ http://web.archive.org/web/20160421105706/http://www.pwc.com/jp/en/assurance/corporate/mission.html.
  5. Signed for spending commitments in International Agreements can be ignored and the benefits of the agreements continue on. Its an interesting paradigm. "I don't know where Germany can find billions of euros to boost defence spending if politicians also want to lower taxes," Sigmar Gabriel (The German Foreign Minister) said. Maybe we would like to cut taxes too!
  6. Germany (and other EU members) have refused to spend to the commitments that they have made to NATO. Under these circumstances why should we continue to pay anything to the EU?
  7. Glass is nice - as is not living 12 to a room
  8. But freedom of movement doesn't really work in the other direction - whether it's down to our lack of education, or inability to learn languages, or controls placed by other countries, the poor in this country aren't generally going to other countries to work. Wage controls in this country aren't being freed by the ability to move to other European countries.It is expounded by the fact that we are one of the richer countries - the Auf Weidersehen Pet situation is not occurring. Can a British worker go to another country, live cheaply 6 to a room, and earn enough in a few years to come home to buy a nice house? We could build a load more houses, towns, villages etc. But every one is someone's green space gone or brown field previously industrial land now turned into houses. Another car on the road. We used to have machines that would wash the car. now a gang of poorly paid workers.
  9. i miss erranta - from that article 9-11 Grosvenor Gardens did not merit a second glance on Thursday. They might just have turned their heads, though, if they had been aware that this is ground zero for the most explosive dirty tricks"
  10. my god you are a twit - we were discussing which parts of the EU's complicated system related to which part of the UK system. That is the entire point of the EU being unaccountable, the primary legislators are not elected or accountable
  11. anyway we're out and I'm off. A nice return to an understandable democratic sovereign country
  12. from your link - the commission does not have to accept any of the proposed amendments
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