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Old 01.02.2020, 12:42
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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So, with Brexit finally over, isn't it time to close this thread?

Tom
Definitely not. First of it, till the end of 2020 the UK will pay exactly the same as they did in the past, just have no saying in it. After that, all open. Unless they magically fix all those tradedeals, they might very well ask for an extension.

And then, they'll be paying into various EU funds for the next 40-50 years anyway, so that's all Brexit-related.

Plus the very possible split from Scotland and NIreland from Little Britain could also be directly attributed to Brexit.

The UK choose taxation without representation, good for them
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