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Old 07.11.2020, 00:21
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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He was serious- as he believed he could jump in with Trump - at the cost of our agriculture and standards, NHS, industry and so much more. But this option has all but gone- Hence my question? Where to now?


Anyone?
Why can't we still do a deal with the US? We wanted that option despite Trump not because of him. There's absolutely no love for trump in the Conservative party. The divide ideologically is big. The UK Conservative party aren't hyper socially conservative and borderline fascistic.

Biden will presumably demand NI is sorted as a precondition, but once that's sorted in it's the US interest to do a deal.
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