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European Medicines Agency in High Court fight with Canary Wharf over Brexit move


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12 hours ago, Tes Tickle said:

Waste is waste but whatever.  It's too late now, the leave/stay referendum was way back in 2016, after which parliament is compelled to obey the will of the electorate.  You're flogging a dead horse.

Yes, emotive unsubstantiated jargon won. I'm full aware of that. I don't accept that it is the end for factual debate. 

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On 29/01/2019 at 15:30, ElPapasito said:

Surely the real question is what the hell is a smallish European governmental agency renting for £25M per year in Canary Wharf?  They could get an office block for 1/10th that in any major other city in the UK. 

That alone is enough to reassure me leaving the EU is a good move.

 

Well we all knew that the EU squanders and wastes money, well those free thinking forum members did. Just look at the plush EU offices where the great Euro wastes of space , who have never had a proper job in their lives, like Juncker etc talk crap and are undemocratic all day at our expense. But not for much longer!

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On 27/01/2019 at 17:35, prozac said:

Mr Justice Marcus Smith is expected to reserve his judgment. 

Is there any update on the ruling?

Or is Mr Justice Smith waiting to see what happens in March?

I suppose if Brexit goes away or is just too fiddly to do, then the EMA have no defence against their bad lease negotiation.

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3 hours ago, Fretful Mother said:

Is there any update on the ruling?

Or is Mr Justice Smith waiting to see what happens in March?

I suppose if Brexit goes away or is just too fiddly to do, then the EMA have no defence against their bad lease negotiation.

"the devil is in the details" 

This ruling could break the UK, if it goes against the EU could they take the decision to the European courts, if so then it is game over.

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On 31/01/2019 at 22:11, Tes Tickle said:

Is the EU even solvent without our wad of cash every year?

All assuming that we manage to get something resembling fair trade that doesn't involve us handing over £billions per year.  I'm very sure that their intention is to keep the UK money taps flowing.

After creating 1.5 trillion euros ... well, we will see if this has solved their insolvency crisis. Personally, I doubt it.

I neither want to be on the hook for paying that debt back or for the cash flow to keep them bobbing along the surface until the shark of reality bites.

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