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Old 25.10.2016, 14:07
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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True but the process to negotiate any follow-on contract could have been outlined, perhaps by reference to relevant EU Articles.
Or simply by saying they will be treated like any other EU country.
Something similar to the Bilaterals, which say that the party that wants change can request so? We all know the results of that request.
What's the use of taking the effort to, say, agree on how to initiate the procedure to remain in the EEA when the leaving country may not even wish to? Especially when this is probably outlined in the respective treaty already?
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