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- May 8, 2011
There is a figure in the billions that would not be paidI thought even with the no deal option we still pay a "divorce bill" to cover our liability on budgets agreed before we declared we want to leave.
Strange to think that this was the only thing we ever heard about on the news or on the radio before March.
Let’s not pretend the EU haven’t majorly screwed up here too. Their negotiating tactic the entire time has been to refuse to budge an inch.the bill has to paid really, or all future deals/trades will be off.
With Covid and the ecconmies globally, you've got to say a no deal is bad for everyone.
What happened to the ready made deal Boris, ping it in microwave! more BS from Boris
Correct, I believe the EU wanted the whole Brexit thing to collapse on itselfLet’s not pretend the EU haven’t majorly screwed up here too. Their negotiating tactic the entire time has been to refuse to budge an inch.
The UK will cope just fine and there’ll be some form of settlement but it’ll be nowhere near the figure the EU think it’s going to be.
There is no way all future trades will be off. Countries like Germany have too much sway and will want favourable terms with us.
You are getting confused with the EU having no flexibility and the UK trying to find some!They probably did making it easy for countries to walk away would not be something in the best interest of the EU but we obviously would of known that going in.
They seem to have remained pretty consistent in what they want out of the deal it seems to be our side changing it's mind all the time but they we've gone through multiple people in terms of the people looking after this since the whole process began.
No Deal feels inevitable at this point.