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Old 14.07.2016, 15:47
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Legally, the UK is member of the union as long as article 50 has not been invoked as the referendum was legally purely consultative. In other words, May wants to negotiate the Brexit as a full member of the EU, while the EU wants to do what is in EU treaty. However, if May wants to be a full member of the EU for a while she is disregarding the referendum results for a while too, then there is no Brexit to negotiate in the first place. From a German perspective, May wants to be a EU state free from EU law. Yep, that's what it will be like in the coming years....
But then again, if they won't invoke article 50 soon, as expected, since they were so eager to get out of EU:roll eyes:, they should behave like an EU member country during this time...but of course, they won't. So is there any solution to make them invoke this article a.s.a.p? Because at the end of the day EU will be the one to lose from this dirty game.
It's funny in a way: they wanted better deals than anyone else and lost by their own hand, but still won't give up pushing a privileged agenda..
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