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Old 06.08.2019, 11:03
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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The working agreement is not on offer. It exists because it was agreed between two sides.

The UK still hasn't a clue what it wants. But what it needs is a good dose of reality.. and stop hiding behind blame and idiocy.

Keeping it real.

It was agreed between Theresa May’s negotiators and the EU, and it has been rejected on three occasions by Parliament because it is a terrible deal.

This is why the EU (and Ireland) will come out looking bad in the event of No Deal. There is no doubt the UK wanted to leave on good terms and with a Free Trade Arrangement. Remember, it was Theresa May who was in charge of the negotiations, not Boris.

So I ask again, should the UK now accept the deal on offer?
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