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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal 10:12 - Nov 8 with 4298 viewsEireannach_gorm

... Or aiming for a no deal Brexit.

UK is going to trigger article 16 of the Northern Ireland protocol, a move both Dublin and Brussels expect in the coming days ( presumably after COP26 ).

Old report:
https://www.euronews.com/2021/11/05/brexit-eu-warns-of-serious-consequences-if-u

Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney is upping the ante now.
https://www.rte.ie/news/2021/1107/1258410-brexit/
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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 10:19 - Nov 8 with 2102 viewschicoazul

Be very interesting to see how this aggressive bad faith approach to negotiating works for the UK.

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 10:21 - Nov 8 with 2113 viewsDarth_Koont

Political opportunism/naked ambition rarely has a strong relationship with reality and facts.

I think some form of trade war once the impracticalities and costs of Brexit became apparent was always going to be the outcome. Unfortunately it’s also a price the UK population was always going to have to pay and not our politicians.
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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 10:22 - Nov 8 with 2105 viewsBlueNomad

Please do not refer to that buffoon by his first name - it hints at affection.
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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 10:39 - Nov 8 with 2027 viewsEireannach_gorm

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 10:19 - Nov 8 by chicoazul

Be very interesting to see how this aggressive bad faith approach to negotiating works for the UK.


Especially if it is the template for all the new wonderful deals that are waiting to be done.
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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 10:41 - Nov 8 with 2007 viewsSteve_M

Perma-chaos as a way to keep the Tory Party together.

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:01 - Nov 8 with 1928 viewsgordon

Basically as long as we're at political war with Europe, the conservative party will always lead the polls / be elected.
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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:06 - Nov 8 with 1908 viewsfactual_blue

He's standing in the garden going 'Ooh! Look! A squirrel!' to divert attention away from the sleaze mess he's created, hoping that his backbenchers, who are clearly fed up with him will rally round.

He's not even clever, is he?

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:07 - Nov 8 with 1899 viewsfactual_blue

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 10:22 - Nov 8 by BlueNomad

Please do not refer to that buffoon by his first name - it hints at affection.


He's 'boris' under Facters' Rule For The Names Of People Or Things That Deserve No Respect.

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:16 - Nov 8 with 1891 viewsmeekreech

Good thing too. Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom not part of a senseless collection of sovereign states trying to play the part of a powerful game in world politics. They are showing the world their might by arguing about the delivery of sausages and such goods between parts of a sovereign state. With any luck people throughout Europe will come to see they are being treated as a commodity and will eventually break free. The whole situation is shown to be run in a loaded way where one or two countries ( namely Germany and France) try to punish countries for having policies not in line with the rules but avoid the same action when they are breaking the same rules.

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:25 - Nov 8 with 1835 viewsfactual_blue

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:16 - Nov 8 by meekreech

Good thing too. Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom not part of a senseless collection of sovereign states trying to play the part of a powerful game in world politics. They are showing the world their might by arguing about the delivery of sausages and such goods between parts of a sovereign state. With any luck people throughout Europe will come to see they are being treated as a commodity and will eventually break free. The whole situation is shown to be run in a loaded way where one or two countries ( namely Germany and France) try to punish countries for having policies not in line with the rules but avoid the same action when they are breaking the same rules.



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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:30 - Nov 8 with 1810 viewsHerbivore

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:16 - Nov 8 by meekreech

Good thing too. Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom not part of a senseless collection of sovereign states trying to play the part of a powerful game in world politics. They are showing the world their might by arguing about the delivery of sausages and such goods between parts of a sovereign state. With any luck people throughout Europe will come to see they are being treated as a commodity and will eventually break free. The whole situation is shown to be run in a loaded way where one or two countries ( namely Germany and France) try to punish countries for having policies not in line with the rules but avoid the same action when they are breaking the same rules.


Agreed, it's definitely the EU's fault that they expect us to stick to an agreement that we negotiated and signed up to.

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:31 - Nov 8 with 1802 viewsfactual_blue

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:30 - Nov 8 by Herbivore

Agreed, it's definitely the EU's fault that they expect us to stick to an agreement that we negotiated and signed up to.


Yeah, but they're all foreigners. We should send a gunboat, that'll sort them out.

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:36 - Nov 8 with 1796 viewsBlueNomad

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:16 - Nov 8 by meekreech

Good thing too. Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom not part of a senseless collection of sovereign states trying to play the part of a powerful game in world politics. They are showing the world their might by arguing about the delivery of sausages and such goods between parts of a sovereign state. With any luck people throughout Europe will come to see they are being treated as a commodity and will eventually break free. The whole situation is shown to be run in a loaded way where one or two countries ( namely Germany and France) try to punish countries for having policies not in line with the rules but avoid the same action when they are breaking the same rules.


I enjoy your satirical comments on the situation. Perhaps a little more humour is needed to make it great!
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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:51 - Nov 8 with 1737 viewsfooters

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:30 - Nov 8 by Herbivore

Agreed, it's definitely the EU's fault that they expect us to stick to an agreement that we negotiated and signed up to.


Bloody underhanded crooks, using our deal against us. How dare they.

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 12:13 - Nov 8 with 1671 viewsnoggin

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:16 - Nov 8 by meekreech

Good thing too. Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom not part of a senseless collection of sovereign states trying to play the part of a powerful game in world politics. They are showing the world their might by arguing about the delivery of sausages and such goods between parts of a sovereign state. With any luck people throughout Europe will come to see they are being treated as a commodity and will eventually break free. The whole situation is shown to be run in a loaded way where one or two countries ( namely Germany and France) try to punish countries for having policies not in line with the rules but avoid the same action when they are breaking the same rules.


lol

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 12:20 - Nov 8 with 1637 viewsFtnfwest

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:07 - Nov 8 by factual_blue

He's 'boris' under Facters' Rule For The Names Of People Or Things That Deserve No Respect.


He's up there with Joey Zasa....actually no he's not
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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 12:34 - Nov 8 with 1605 viewsEireannach_gorm

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:16 - Nov 8 by meekreech

Good thing too. Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom not part of a senseless collection of sovereign states trying to play the part of a powerful game in world politics. They are showing the world their might by arguing about the delivery of sausages and such goods between parts of a sovereign state. With any luck people throughout Europe will come to see they are being treated as a commodity and will eventually break free. The whole situation is shown to be run in a loaded way where one or two countries ( namely Germany and France) try to punish countries for having policies not in line with the rules but avoid the same action when they are breaking the same rules.



Possibly better than a senseless collection of non sovereign states trying to play the part of a powerful game in world politics.
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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 12:36 - Nov 8 with 1586 viewsdickie

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 11:16 - Nov 8 by meekreech

Good thing too. Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom not part of a senseless collection of sovereign states trying to play the part of a powerful game in world politics. They are showing the world their might by arguing about the delivery of sausages and such goods between parts of a sovereign state. With any luck people throughout Europe will come to see they are being treated as a commodity and will eventually break free. The whole situation is shown to be run in a loaded way where one or two countries ( namely Germany and France) try to punish countries for having policies not in line with the rules but avoid the same action when they are breaking the same rules.


What are your enlightened thoughts on the Good Friday Agreement?
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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 12:53 - Nov 8 with 1529 viewsmeekreech

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 10:19 - Nov 8 by chicoazul

Be very interesting to see how this aggressive bad faith approach to negotiating works for the UK.


How about the aggressive bad faith from the eec ? I expect to collect a lot more down buttons simply for having a non socialist viewpoint. The problem with this site for anything other than football is it has a deeply ingrained socialist bias and a lack of toleration for anything else. That is only to be expected .

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 12:56 - Nov 8 with 1500 viewsHerbivore

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 12:53 - Nov 8 by meekreech

How about the aggressive bad faith from the eec ? I expect to collect a lot more down buttons simply for having a non socialist viewpoint. The problem with this site for anything other than football is it has a deeply ingrained socialist bias and a lack of toleration for anything else. That is only to be expected .


What has the EU got to do with socialism? And what is "bad faith" about sticking to a bilaterally agreed international treaty?

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 12:59 - Nov 8 with 1481 viewsnoggin

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 12:53 - Nov 8 by meekreech

How about the aggressive bad faith from the eec ? I expect to collect a lot more down buttons simply for having a non socialist viewpoint. The problem with this site for anything other than football is it has a deeply ingrained socialist bias and a lack of toleration for anything else. That is only to be expected .


lol

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 13:01 - Nov 8 with 1463 viewsnoggin

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 12:36 - Nov 8 by dickie

What are your enlightened thoughts on the Good Friday Agreement?


Bloody socialist nonsense

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 13:06 - Nov 8 with 1412 viewsfooters

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 12:53 - Nov 8 by meekreech

How about the aggressive bad faith from the eec ? I expect to collect a lot more down buttons simply for having a non socialist viewpoint. The problem with this site for anything other than football is it has a deeply ingrained socialist bias and a lack of toleration for anything else. That is only to be expected .


Socialism? On TWTD? Oh deary me.

If anything there's not enough of it.

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 13:10 - Nov 8 with 1400 viewsnoggin

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 12:53 - Nov 8 by meekreech

How about the aggressive bad faith from the eec ? I expect to collect a lot more down buttons simply for having a non socialist viewpoint. The problem with this site for anything other than football is it has a deeply ingrained socialist bias and a lack of toleration for anything else. That is only to be expected .


Meekreech on the wireless.

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Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 13:14 - Nov 8 with 1376 viewsfooters

Boris renegotiating the Brexit deal on 13:10 - Nov 8 by noggin

Meekreech on the wireless.


Many people seem to label anything to the left of Pinochet as 'socialist' or 'Marxist' without being able to understand either term. It's actually quite worrying.

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