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    Question for the Brexits, would you rather we had a trade deal with the US or the EU?

    I ask because I'm genuinely interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LostinSpace View Post
    Question for the Brexits, would you rather we had a trade deal with the US or the EU?

    I ask because I'm genuinely interested.
    Both..
    If you pay to watch the Premier League.. you are part of the problem !

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    Quote Originally Posted by sliper View Post
    Both..
    If you had to chose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LostinSpace View Post
    If you had to chose?
    Why would we choose ?
    If you pay to watch the Premier League.. you are part of the problem !

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    Quote Originally Posted by sliper View Post
    Why would we choose ?
    Oh i think thered be a choice to be made if the choice was to accept TTIP, which i still think is likely post Brexit.
    "People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sliper View Post
    Why would we choose ?
    OK, to reword it, which would be the highest priority?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raefil View Post
    Oh i think thered be a choice to be made if the choice was to accept TTIP, which i still think is likely post Brexit.
    To get a quick deal, I think we'd be offered TTIP with EU crossed out and replaced with UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PNEESSEX View Post
    Every time TM opens her mouth about hard Brexit the pound drops against the euro and the dollar.

    Unlikely to be the Lakes, was up in Scotland in November tho.....it's a cheap, short flight rather than a hideous, traffic blighted drive, which is a shame.
    I recommend Belfast mate. 70% remain vote in South Belfast where our flat is. Some good music venues and plenty of decent restaurants.Lovely countryside within easy reach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justinr73 View Post
    I recommend Belfast mate. 70% remain vote in South Belfast where our flat is. Some good music venues and plenty of decent restaurants.Lovely countryside within easy reach.
    I like Ireland but, over the years, have pretty much done it all.....have visited all 32 counties!

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    Interesting....the EU starting to cave in perhaps?

    The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator has shown the first signs of backing away from his hardline, no compromise approach after admitting he wants a deal with Britain that will guarantee the other 27 member states will continue to have easy access to the City.

    Michel Barnier wants a “special” relationship with the City of London after Britain has left the bloc, according to unpublished minutes seen by the Guardian that hint at unease about the costs of Brexit on continental Europe.

    Barnier told a private meeting of MEPs this week that special work was needed to avoid financial instability, according to a European parliament summary of the session.
    https://www.theguardian.com/business...ty-post-brexit
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