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    In the long run, this probably is the best thing for China. A fractured Europe is a weakened Europe. Funny how the cards fall.

    China should probably tend an offer to buy Greece.
    Greta the destroyer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZenOps View Post
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    In the long run, this probably is the best thing for China. A fractured Europe is a weakened Europe. Funny how the cards fall.

    China should probably tend an offer to buy Greece.
    It will be interesting to see how Europe keeps it together. Everyone is in so much debit and needs the UK to buy shit from them to keep their badly run shop afloat.
    Its Europe without the United Kingdom (if they can get out).

    John Bercow the Commons speaker is finally standing down. He also played a part in this mess. Good riddance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZenOps View Post
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    In the long run, this probably is the best thing for China. A fractured Europe is a weakened Europe. Funny how the cards fall.

    China should probably tend an offer to buy Greece.
    Some say, China already bought UK.

    https://uk.reuters.com/article/us-hi...-idUKKCN1PB1GY

    https://www.theguardian.com/technolo...ver-5g-rollout


    Anyway, Johnson is now back to where May was? What can he even do?

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    John Bercow the Commons speaker is finally standing down. He also played a part in this mess. Good riddance.
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    Prime Minister of Ireland Leo Varadkar with a deep, classics dig at Bojo and the UK.

    “Securing the ratification in less than there years is going to be a Herculean task for you.

    But we do want to be your friend, your ally, your Athena”

    Hercules went crazy, murdered his children, and Athena had to step in to knock him out to stop the damage before he could kill more.


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    So, more "progress" and more "cooperation" happening, but still no deal that anyone can get across the finish line. I love reading the BBC coverage of this stuff.
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    I need to find some brexit swag next week. Do they make brexit maga hats?
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    Man people really have their Panties in a bunch here. Some kind of anarchist climate hysteria bullshit has all of Westminster snarled up. Not sure whether it’s linked to Brexit or not but ruled my plans to tour Westminster before they prorogue.

    What a waste of breath, all the protestors look homeless so clearly have nothing better to do.
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    Man people really have their Panties in a bunch here. Some kind of anarchist climate hysteria bullshit has all of Westminster snarled up. Not sure whether it’s linked to Brexit or not but ruled my plans to tour Westminster before they prorogue.

    What a waste of breath, all the protestors look homeless so clearly have nothing better to do.
    Sounds liek the pro-socialist rallies that were going when I went. Made visiting Buckingham Palace so dreary and miserable.

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    Sounds liek the pro-socialist rallies that were going when I went. Made visiting Buckingham Palace so dreary and miserable.
    Buckingham Palace is pretty dreary even on it's best days.

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    All of the old castles/buildings over there have a lingering mold smell. Climate change or not, moisture is going to be the downfall of the UK.
    Greta the destroyer.

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    https://twitter.com/Haggis_UK/status....2d7457d4.html

    Old lady expresses her feelings about Boris.
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    This week may be the LAST CHANCE for an agreement before the October 31st deadline. Honest, for real, cross my heart I swear . . .

    Also, I like the queen, so here's a picture of her lookin good.
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    The UK can't leave without a agreement on the 31st. The opposition tabled this. Boris has to ask for a extension.

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    I doubt it.
    If the deal comes back to parliament. Im betting the opposition parties will vote it down regardless of how good it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Is something happening?
    Nothing except unity from both sides of the Brexit question.


    U.K., EU agree to 'great' outline Brexit deal, PM Boris Johnson says

    However, immediately complicating matters was Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), which didn't waste a minute to say it could not back the outline deal because of provisions for the Irish border.

    The party, a key ally of Johnson, says it stands by a statement issued earlier by party leader Arlene Foster and her deputy Nigel Dodds that said the DUP "could not support what is being suggested on customs and consent issues."

    The DUP said its position was unchanged after the announcement of the provisional deal.

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    Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn echoed the DUP, saying the deal brokered Thursday is "even worse" than the settlement reached by Johnson's predecessor that was repeatedly rejected by lawmakers.

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    The Scottish National Party (SNP) will also not vote for Johnson's Brexit deal in Parliament because it poses a much harder exit from the EU, party leader Nicola Sturgeon said on Thursday.

    "The Brexit envisaged by Boris Johnson is one which sees a much looser relationship with the EU when it comes to issues like food standards, environmental protections and workers' rights," she said.

    "Scotland did not vote for Brexit in any form, and SNP MPs will not vote for Brexit in any form."

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    In a surprising turn of events, Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage is urging lawmakers to reject the tentative deal, saying he would prefer an extension to the Oct. 31 Brexit deadline to be followed by a national election rather than a parliamentary vote in favour of the new terms.

    Farage said Thursday the deal is "just not Brexit," which would bind U.K. to the EU in too many ways and favours a "clean break" with the bloc rather than "another European treaty."


    https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/u-k-eu...323987?cmp=rss

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    I doubt it.
    If the deal comes back to parliament. Im betting the opposition parties will vote it down regardless of how good it is.
    And my prediction of a hard brexit will come true.
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