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Old 06.10.2019, 17:01
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Of course it is not clear to you....

The HOC refused to ratify the agreement.... the agreement was signed by T. May and is sitting there still awaiting ratification. How do you think she could have kept bring it back if it had been rejected.
Nothing signed unless someone is telling porkies and besides, absent some weird side letter agreement, it would be treated as rejected if counter offers have been going backwards and forwards since then. But then you would know that

Boris could put a proposal saying “in all good faith we think you have defrauded us by a trillion over the years but we’ll accept €60 billion and Juncker’s wine cellar and yes I’ll take that to parliament for a vote whenever you want”.

UK does get the worst deal of any country, it's amazing how astute the voters were in the referendum
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