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Old 15.11.2018, 11:39
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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But how could you have a say about the terms and conditions at the time of voting? This is the outcome of a negotiation process.



And if you would define terms and conditions as a kind of requirement at the time of voting, you would never be able to negotiate that deal as the preferred outcome would always be something much more favorable for one party than the other.


The best way to go is probably have no deal at all, accept a potential chaos for a while and take it up from there. Or you stay in the EU and accept that you will be the barking dog that doesn't bite.
Well there was an official Leave Party and normally parties publish a manifesto describing what they will do when they win; this they did not do! Probably because despite being the official Leave Party they knew they would have no control over the terms of Brexit.

Nevertheless they could have provided some sort of outline or overview plan.
Instead they just provided a dubious list of the benefits resulting from leaving.
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