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Old 22.08.2016, 15:00
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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which sort of ties into my statement that the UK is being underplayed. We know possible facts from the EU side, but we don't know what the UK will do, they are still organising their strategy. For me this is the best way to do it. Trying to intimidate doesn't work. If it continues as it is now with surprising positive news coming out, then the UK position becomes stronger.

Also the fact that came out of the debates that the net result that comes with BREXIT is the status quo, then how can you lose?
"the net result that comes with BREXIT is the status quo, then how can you lose" Well when UK leaves the EU even if everything else should stay the same (access to single market with FMOP etc. ) then the minimum we will lose is the ability to vote on (or veto) EU new rules or rule changes. So yes we will lose.
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