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Old 14.07.2016, 11:31
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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That's ignorance of the complexity of the situation. The UK needs to solidify its approach and strategy along its many interests, including the interests of EU countries, such as Germany. Abruptness in this process causes unnecessary disruptions for all sides. This is something that is to be done for stable transition in the interests of the UK first and foremost, and then any cooperating parties beyond that.
That's fine to convince the UK voters as to how good May does the job and be popular but that doesn't answer any of the issues with EU. Obviously, the UK doesn't care about any procedure and wants to only care for its interests even as a member of the EU. This is not a surprise... the other EU countries got that long time ago.
The question is whether your speech, which is internal politics, is of any use outside of the UK. The world is waiting for Merkel, as usual.
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