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gulliver1 | 15:10 Tue 08th Dec 2020 | News
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This is what to expect in the U/K if Boris's comes out with No deal.
Massive disruption of freight at Border.
Shortage of medical supplies.
Super market food shopping more expensive.
Big hole in Britains gdp.
Set back to international crime fighting.
Northern ireland stuck in the middle.
................. And Boris looks like he's going for it.......


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As all the Brexiteers will tell you – come 1 January 2021 there will be bluebirds over the white cliffs of Dover, just you wait and see. In reality there will be a large number of HGV’s parked-up at either side of the channel (some possibly containing supplies of a vaccine that needs to be kept at minus 70⁰C).
20:17 Tue 08th Dec 2020
....and ditto for the EUSSR, why do the VBQC always think that bad things only apply to us?
// And Boris looks like he's going for it //

that's not what the BBC are reporting......

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-55229681
why are you bothered? a) you hate this country and b) you claim not to live here.
It has been said that this COULD happen, not that this WOULD happen. If it happens then so be it. There will be initial problems obviously, but as TTT says there will be problems for the EU as well. Nothing worth achieving is done without problems.
This is what to expect if I ring Liz Hurley - she's going to say yes to my dinner invitation.

Sometimes gulliver, expectations are simply not realised, because we can't see into the future.
Doom and gloom merchants need to have a go at being positive for a change. Things will be different, but in a better way for the UK. Eventually, hopefully.
but he can, he's told us so time and again, knows more about what goes on in government than those in government.
Shouldn't affect you Gulliver as you don't live here.Stop sticking your nose in our business
You are being pessimistic, but in any case any reorg has a transition period when things are more difficult for a while before things settle and the improvement is clear.

Meanwhile, Boris looks like he may be busy caving in. Rumour has it that he's already decided to not go ahead with the controversial clauses, without it being clear what he got in return. So he's giving ground to get a deal, where's the agreement from the other side to withdraw their unacceptable demands to control & plunder, and so settle the deal?
lol- you all complain about Gulliver's posts - yet you all respond to them

Has he said where he resides ?
on one post a while ago, forget where, but it isn;t here
Bobbi says he just wants to reel people in, she could be right.
Good old emmie.
he did out himself a while back apparently, Togo did post the question.
I’ve always there would be a deal and I’m sticking to that obstinate belief. The prospect of there not being one is simply too serious.
It would even be bad for the fishing industry about which so much has been made.
Trying to sell all that fish caught in British coastal waters to the continent with the large new tarifs that would exist..
In almost every area a no deal scenario would be worse. In some cases disruption would probably be only for a few months, but in some areas, such as manufacturing notably the car industry, it could be terminal.
“ So he's giving ground to get a deal”

The news is: that’s how deals are done. It’s sometimes forgotten.
Good job he's getting it done then.
As respected politivcal commentator Chris Mason pointed out, compromise is a guest that often arrives very late to the table.

These negotiations have always had the format and style of a poker game - you bluff your opponent right to the wire, and then you concede if it's clear that you are not actually going to win.

That is probably what the EU will do.
Danny, I don't live in the UK either but it will affect us so it is our business too.
Sorry Gness, you don't harp on and on about not living here, unlike one certain individual :-)

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