Italy will leave soon...top of the betting! https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-22/the-eu-is-more-worried-about-italy-than-brexit
What do you make of this ..would it have been allowed in this country! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSCarR0UjDQ
Juncker blames his regular unsteadiness on "sciatica", I don't see how that excuse explains his other eratic behavior.
Are the other EU partners conspicuos by their no comment. They all agreed on the brexit deal, and now what? What will they do when we have gone, will their be crisis after crisis. You can't take a country that was proping up most of the rest away, without some kind of repurcusions.
France would vote leave EU ...why pay EU so much money!
HAPPY BREXIT NEW YEAR!
87 days and counting!
Leave with a "No deal" or leave with the deal that is an the table now. I don't care which one it is, but lets get out. We can work with whatever one it is and work it out.
Trump and Putin also can't wait for Brexit to happen.
If we "leave" with the deal that is on the table then that is not leaving at all, we will be tied to the EU until it decides otherwise, which will be never because Brussels fears a truly independent trading nation on its doorstep. It is essential Treason May's deal is rejected and we leave on WTO terms if necessary.
Given globalisation and the economic and political clout of vast international corporations and middle east regimes I would question the term 'independent' trading nation.
'ows yer hard Brexit food/medicine stockpile coming along?
Thanks Leatash, excellent!
Never heard of her. So I looked her up.
Aussie shock jock stuff.
Reality has dawned on Varadkar, and Ireland is now bricking it in case of a No Deal Brexit:
The Government will seek hundreds of millions of euro in special aid from Brussels if the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal.
Dublin has already alerted the EU Commission that it will be lobbying for emergency aid to cope with the fallout to Irish trade, particularly for the beef, dairy and fishing sectors.
With Westminster deadlocked, fears are growing that Britain will exit the EU in just 12 weeks’ time without a deal.
However, it also comes at a time when Ireland is under increasing pressure from key EU member states, such as France and Germany, to increase taxes on multinational high-tech companies in Ireland.
Agriculture Minister Michael Creed has told the Irish Independent that if, and when, a hard Brexit becomes a reality, Ireland will be making a case for major grant aid.
“You’re looking at hundreds of millions here. Between the beef industry and the fishing industry we’re talking mega-money,” he said.
The article goes on to say that, in value terms, one third of the fish caught by Ireland's fishing fleet is taken from British waters.
This rather makes a nonsense of the lie peddled by Remainers that the EU doesn't really need Britain at all.