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Old 03.07.2016, 18:52
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Odile, UK people voted LEAVE. It's up to the UK leaders now to respect the decison of the people. And that's the end of it.
Which makes it at this date much more a British problem than a European problem... The Europeans are waiting...

As a German politician put it yesterday: Tea will be getting cold soon and that won't make it some ice-tea. Message: Waiting might be necessary for internal British reasons, but it will soon become counter-productive.

Intercultural thought of the day: The French will cool down with time, the German will get harsher. There is no stopping an angry Frenchman, there is no stopping a German who is right. The British government should make sure it doesn't not end up facing both when negotiating the future of the UK with EU.
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