Nope, it's possible (and a scenario raised by some in the EU themselves, not the UK side), also possible (and we don't need to buy any food that doesn't meet our standards), there are other appointments also.https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/obligation. I leave this here then with a few bottles of Chilean and South African wine.
So you can predict all the variables to see the EU crashing and them not being able to mitigate the damage of us leaving under a crash out brexit, but can't do the same thing for the UK or estimate a very rough timescale due to too many variables.
Hahahaha, you really put the UK and the EU agreeing a trade deal in 3 months as a hypothetical when it has taken far longer over the Withdrawal Agreement and that isn't finished?!
The TPP would require a drop in food standards etc iirc as the US would insist. But then cheap US food might be necessary as leading Brexiteer economist Patrick Minford said a crash out brexit will pretty much destroy Agriculture and Manufacturing in this country.
That is one negotiator, so we have somebody who can maybe be involved with a couple of trade negotiations over a year. Who is going to do the rest?
It won't happen as it would be a world record by a long way, unless our Govt bends over backwards of course. If we did that then we'd be better not leaving.Nope, it's possible (and a scenario raised by some in the EU themselves, not the UK side), also possible (and we don't need to buy any food that doesn't meet our standards), there are other appointments also.
In a way it reminds me of the Obama moment in the referendum, deliberate and staged.
So you admit the Brexiteers didn't have a plan?
Honestly, although I agree with some of the sentiments, especially with regards chancers like BoJo, it's clearly a conscious decision by Tusk to come out with this statement (rather than lashing out in frustration) and a really odd tactic if he wants a deal to get signed. You'd think this comment will do nothing but harden the Brexiteers' resolve to stand firm in not accepting what's on the table.
Although rumour has it that this is not tied to Brexit, as much as to the recent signing of the EU-Japan trade deal.Sky Sources say Japanese car manufacturer Honda is preparing to close its Swindon plant with the loss of 3,500 jobs
They are also closing their factory in Turkey to move production back to Japan so irrelevant. One thing I find interesting is that the factory will remain as is until 2021/2 so just confirms nothing to do with Brexit.Although rumour has it that this is not tied to Brexit, as much as to the recent signing of the EU-Japan trade deal.
Sounds like they're not planning to move the plant to mainland Europe, but rather are going to move all production back to Japan because they no longer have to pay tariffs on Japan-to-EU exports and they can undertake production 'back home' more efficiently.
Tangentially, I guess this is still an anti-Brexit argument, just not as direct, as it emphasizes how signing free trade deals left and right with other countries is not going to bring manufacturing back to Britain for anything even remotely commoditized, as we just don't do it as cheaply and efficiently as other competing nations...…...
Brexit is a contributory factor with the Airline, it is not the only factor though. The collapse in the exchange rate for £ Sterling was wholly down to Brexit which has added a good 15% to their costs.They are also closing their factory in Turkey to move production back to Japan so irrelevant. One thing I find interesting is that the factory will remain as is until 2021/2 so just confirms nothing to do with Brexit.
Bmi airline administration is all about Brexit so some media would like us to think but it has been stated they have been losing substantial amounts of money each month for a long time and have basically run out.
Has anyone also noticed that with some posters everything bad is to do with Brexit. The world economy is shrinking as is the European economy with Italy already in recession and others on the edge of it,not forgetting the debt to GDP of some of these countries.Anyone else noticed that for certain posters nothing bad has anything to do with Brexit. They gleefully cheer on what they call no-deal Brexit without the faintest idea of the consequences.
Still You've got your conutry back. Or Rather Jacob rees Mogg's got it- and he';s moving his hedge fund to Dublin. Believe there'll be some vacancies for forelock-tuggers down Somerset way