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Old 07.10.2016, 11:56
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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The UK won't be allowed to cherry-pick. That's the only sensible way for the EU, otherwise every member state would want the same. Whether FMOP is a necessity may be open for debate but as things stand free EEA access without FMOP isn't possible. You probably know Merkel's POV, and Hollande said the same less than a day ago.
And from the next President of the Council of Europe "UK will be treated 'like Greece' and get tough deal during Brexit talks.
Joseph Muscat expects UK to be left with 'fair' but 'inferior deal' after negotiations"

And for mud slinging;
May is like some latter day Don Quixote tilting at windmills with a broken lance; fantasy of getting a better deal from the EU when there is not one single voice of support in Europe.
She has the strength of Margaret Thatcher but not the same common sense and practicality.

She appointed four people responsible for Brexit with no clear leader and so they spend most of their time fighting turf wars.
After a quarter year she has not shown the quality of leadership to bring them together to speak with a common voice.
Every time she speaks in public sterling crashes deeper down into the cellar.
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