time's up ..... we should close the door once and for all and get on things. EU has had plenty of opportunity to negotiate but they will not give an inch and I'm glad to see we are not giving in to their demands.
Britain said on Monday the door was still open if the European Union wanted to make some small concessions to save Brexit trade talks, but that unless the bloc budged there would be a no-deal exit in 10 weeks.Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday there was no point in continuing talks and it was time to prepare for a no-deal departure when Britain’s informal EU membership - known as the transition period - ends on Dec. 31. But Michael Gove, his Brexit supremo who favours a deal, has struck a more conciliatory tone, saying agreement could be reached if the bloc compromised. “It would be sensible at this ... (full story)
DislikedI can't bite my tongue any longer. Too many comments on Brexit are shouts of an entrenched position with, at worst, prejudiced and, at best, highly-selected data and 'evidence'. We are where we are. The past is not a representation of the future. The situation is not one of declaring who is top of the league at the end of the season as, god-willing, the future is endless AND able to be changed. ALL that has happened right now in EU/UK negotiations is that all the easily-achievable sub-deals and compromises are sorted. They have been done quietly...Ignored
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