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Old 21.09.2018, 16:34
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Nah, it's just the EU being the EU. Anyone with half a brain can see that Theresa May has moved as far as is possible for her, further in fact as her proposal will never get through Parlament. If the EU want a deal they need to take the threat of no deal seriously. If they don't then no deal is what will happen.
or just possibly the UK should take the importance of the Single Market seriously and realise the EU cannot compromise on that or risk betraying the 460m people and 27 countries that remain in the EU.

I agree no deal is highly likely and that is going to hit the UK hard. Much harder than the EU.

I see the GBP has dropped by over 0.5 cents since May started talking.
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